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Instead, you find a place to grow anew. That is your responsibility now. Remember what you were destined to blossom into. My daughter, all mothers know that only goodness can bear sweet fruit.

Flora to Gothel

"Flower Child" is the nineteenth episode of Season Seven of ABC's Once Upon a Time. It was written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz, and directed by Tessa Blake. It is the one hundred and fifty-second episode of the series overall, and premiered on April 27, 2018.

Synopsis

Tilly and Rogers find themselves in danger after an encounter with Eloise, forcing Tilly to make a life-altering decision when Rogers' life is threatened. Meanwhile, Henry and Jacinda's relationship takes a step forward, but despite Lucy's efforts, their union doesn't provide the answers she's seeking. In a flashback, young Gothel seeks revenge after her home is destroyed.[2]

Recap

Cast[2]

Starring

Guest Starring

Co-Starring

Uncredited


Trivia

Title

Production Notes

  • CAST NOTES: This is the only episode of the series in which none of the original Season One cast appear.

Event Chronology

Episode Connections

  • Eloise was first described in "Secret Garden" as being in a cult and being its leader.
  • Henry first showed Jacinda the results that prove he is Lucy's father in "The Guardian", and he was shown these results by Nick in "Chosen".
  • Lucy insisted to Henry in "Hyperion Heights" that everything in his book really happened.
  • Jacinda wonders how she could magically forget that Henry is Lucy's father, an event that began to take place at the end of "The Eighth Witch" when the Dark Curse was cast.
  • Henry recalls the first time he met Jacinda in "Hyperion Heights".
  • Cinderella was first seen in her blue dress in "Hyperion Heights".
  • Lucy gave Henry a piece of the glass slipper in "The Garden of Forking Paths".
  • Sabine mentioned in "Breadcrumbs" that she hired Drew to work for her food truck.
  • Drew is being interrogated at the police station after being arrested by Rogers in "The Guardian". In the same episode, he told him about Mr. Samdi's role in Nick's death and also steered him into taking a closer look at the unusual manner in how Nick died.
  • Drew and Rogers discuss Nick's murder, which happened in "Chosen". Also mentioned by Drew is Nick's hunting of witches, which began in "Secret Garden".
  • Eloise admits that she abandoned Alice when the latter was a child, referring to events in "Eloise Gardener".
  • Lucy broke into Samdi's home in "The Girl in the Tower".
  • Henry's heart was poisoned in "The Eighth Witch".
  • Weaver stole Roni's magic in "The Guardian". Additionally, Samdi gave Roni that magic in "Sisterhood".
  • Eloise met Margot in a flashback during "Secret Garden".
  • Tilly was on the run from the police in "The Girl in the Tower".
  • Henry talks about how he saw a photograph of himself with Roni where he was eight years old, an event that took place in "Greenbacks" and "Wake Up Call".
  • The origin of the swan keychain was revealed in "Tallahassee".
  • The origin of the chipped cup was explored in "Skin Deep".
  • Lucy mentions the time Jacinda tried to escape to Bainbridge Island with her, an event that happened in "Hyperion Heights".
  • Tilly moved into Rogers' home at the end of "The Girl in the Tower".
  • The plant which Gothel sets loose on her enemies is the same plant that Drizella discovered in the ruins of Gothel's old tower in "Wake Up Call".

Disney

Lost

  • Henry says he saw a photograph of himself with Roni where he was eight years old, a reference to the second Lost number.

Fairytales and Folklore

Popular Culture

  • This episode is also a fairytale rendition of the horror novel Carrie, focusing on a young woman's desire to mingle with the regular girls but ends up being betrayed and uses her magic powers to exact deadly revenge by killing everyone at the ball.
    • The show's rendition of the famous horror novel is a fairytale version, but unlike most of the fairytales featured on the show, this rendition takes place in the Land Without Magic; just like the source material.
    • Like the titular character, Gothel has magic powers and a protective mother; however, unlike Margaret White, the deluded, abusive and fanatically religious mother from the novel, Flora is a loving mother figure to Gothel.
    • Like Carrie White, Gothel is unhappy with her sheltered life and decides to mingle with the regular girls, against her mother's wishes; but ends up being humiliated by them. Just like the titular character, she plans on attending a ball and gets a special dress for the occasion. During the party, a group of house sisters and their leader, Isla, pour a bucket of mud onto Gothel; similar to the iconic scene where the bullies, lead by Chris Hargensen, dump a bucket of pigs' blood onto the titular character at the prom.
    • After their attack on Gothel, Isla and the other girls go to the tree nymphs' home using Gothel's key, where they kill them all with fire and axes. When she discovered what they did, Gothel, still covered in mud, takes her revenge by going back to the ball and using her magic powers to lock the doors and kill all the guests. This is similar to the way Carrie, covered in pigs' blood, locks everyone in and slaughters all the guests at the school prom with her telekinetic powers.
    • Isla and the other girls go to the tree nymphs' home, where they kill all the inhabitants with fire and axes. Afterward, Gothel finds Flora in the ruins of her old home and Flora dies in her arms. In the novel, Carrie goes home and her mother dies at her hands. The Whites' house then catches fire and it is later found in flames.
    • One member of Isla's clique, Seraphina, first joins her friends in taunting Gothel; she later feels remorse for her actions and starts to make amends. Gothel and Seraphina have a conversation in which the latter is revealed to have magical powers, and Gothel sees that she played no part in murdering the tree nymphs, leading her to spare her life. This is similar to Sue Snell, who first joins her classmates in tormenting Carrie (it is implied that she acted under peer pressure), but afterward she feels remorse for her actions and tries to make amends with Carrie. She and Carrie have a conversation, in which Sue is revealed to have telepathic powers and Carrie sees that she played no part in Chris' plan, leading her to spare her life.
    • After slaughtering the guests at the ball, Gothel, still covered in mud, proceeds to wipe out the rest of the human population in the world. In the novel, Carrie, while walking home in her bloodstained dress, destroys most of the town with her telekinetic powers, killing hundreds of people.
      • Coincidentally, Emilie de Ravin starred as the bully Chris Hargensen in the 2002 television film adaptation of the novel, a film which also stars fellow Once Upon a Time actor Rena Sofer as the titular character's teacher.
  • Henry references Cabo, a popular resort city in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur.
  • BOOKS AS SET DRESSING: Henry has a copy of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (seen upside-down) by C. S. Lewis on his coffee table.[20]
  • Henry's book is the 2002 paperback edition by HarperCollins.[21]
  • The HarperCollins 2002 paperback edition of the first book in the series, The Magician's Nephew,[22] is lying underneath it.[20] The spine is worn and illegible, but if you compare it to the photograph of the box set in the reference, you can see that it's the same.

Props Notes

Set Dressing

  • HIDDEN DETAILS: Many of the photographs on Henry's boards are taken from the filming of previous episodes:
  • The photographs of Lucy[13] seems to be from the filming of "Hyperion Heights";[36] her denim jacket is the same, but her undergarment is different.
  • The photograph of Sabine[13] is taken from a deleted scene from "The Garden of Forking Paths", where Rogers and Sabine are on a bench.[37] Notice the purse strap over her left shoulder and her yellow sweater.[13]
  • The photograph of Kelly[16] is a behind the scenes picture from "The Eighth Witch",[38] which can easily be seen from the workout clothes Kelly is wearing.
  • The photograph of Mr. Samdi[16] seems to be a behind the scenes picture from "The Girl in the Tower";[39] his shirt and sweater is the same, although his jacket is different.
  • The photograph of Nick[16] is a behind the scenes picture from "Chosen" or "The Guardian"; his shirt and jacket matches the outfit he wears when he attacks Kelly in the former and when he's at the police station in both episodes.[40]
  • The photograph of Ivy[14] is taken from the filming of a deleted scene with Ivy and her mother from "Hyperion Heights",[41] which is called "Ground Breaking" and is available on the Blu-ray/DVD.
  • The photograph of Anastasia[14] is from the filming of "Sisterhood", as seen from her black coat.[42]
  • The photograph of Rogers[14] is the same as the one from his file at the police station in "One Little Tear".[43] The photo itself is from the filming of the scene with Henry and Rogers at the harbor in "Eloise Gardener",[44] as seen from the similar background colors.
  • The photograph of Weaver[14] is from the filming of "Eloise Gardener",[45] where he is wearing the same dark jacket and blue shirt, although he does not wear the sunglasses.
  • The photograph of Eloise Gardener[46] is the same as the one from the case file at the police station in "Knightfall".[47]
  • The photograph of Victoria Belfrey on the "witch cult" board[46] is the same as the one in her file at the police station in "One Little Tear",[48] itself taken from the filming of "Hyperion Heights".[49]
  • The first[46] and second[50] photograph of the Perp are the same as the photos from his file in "One Little Tear",[51] which are modified versions of the photos from his mughshot pedigree from "Wake Up Call".[52]
  • Ironically, the third photo[50] is the same as one of the photos from "Wake Up Call".
  • The photograph of Hilda Braeburn[50] is the same as the photo from the case file at the police station in "Knightfall",[53] which is taken from a promotional photograph of actress Chilton Crane from "A Taste of the Heights".[54] Notice how the white apron Hilda wore in "A Taste of the Heights" has been CGIed away.
  • The photograph of a murdered Doctor Sage[50] is the same as the one in the police files from "A Taste of the Heights"[55] and "Knightfall"[47]
  • Her portrait photo[46] is most likely from the filming of "Secret Garden", since that's the only episode where she appears; however, although her white coat is the same, she is wearing a different sweater.[56]
  • HIDDEN DETAILS: On one of Henry's bulletin boards, Roni is also listed under the name "Rani".[13] "Rani" is Sanskrit for "queen".[58]
  • PAUSE AND READ: The newspaper article about Victoria Belfrey's death from "A Taste of the Heights"[59] is pinned to Henry's board.[13] This can be seen more clearly in the next episode, "Is This Henry Mills?".[60]
  • Another newspaper article pinned to the board is called "Local teens to volunteer time".[61] Curiously, the headline does not match the content; it is about a group of students who became stranded on a mountain.
  • The article is based on two real world articles. The first four paragraphs are adapted from an article from February 2014, published in the Maine newspapers The Times Records,[62] and the Sun Journal.[63] The last two paragraphs are a word-by-word rendering of an article published by the Canadian newspaper Vancouver Sun in December 2013.[64]
  • This is a comparison of the first four paragraphs (the headline from The Times Record is used here; the wording for the headline of the Sun Journal version is slightly different), with the final two paragraphs, which are from the other article (called "2 fathers, group of 8 kids rescued after unplanned night on mountain near Rossland") at the end:


ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Group of Boy Scouts
rescued from Black Cap
Local teens to
volunteer time
Authorities say three Boy
Scouts
and two of their adult
leaders became stranded on the
side of Black Cap Mountain in
Eddington and were rescued by
a group of game wardens, firefight-
ers and professional climbers.
Authorities say six nature study
students and three of their adult
leaders became stranded on the
side of Black Cap Mountain in
Washington and were rescued by
a group of park rangers, firefight-
ers and professional climbers.
The Warden Service says that
four climbers lowered the three boys
and two adults down the moun-
tain early Sunday morning after
they became stranded Saturday
night when they ventured off a
trail.
The Ranger Service says that
four climbers lowered the six boys
and three adults down the moun-
tain early Saturday morning after
they became stranded Friday
night when they ventured out of
bounds.
The two Scout leaders went to
find the boys after they didn't
return from a hike, but they also
became stranded and called 911
around 7:30 p.m.
The three adult leaders went to
find the group after they didn't
return from a hike, but they also
became stranded and called 911
around 8:30 p.m.
After the Scouts were found
by the game wardens, the profes-
sional climbers lowered them to
firefighters waiting at the bottom
of the mountain. The Scouts but [sic]
did not require treatment for any-
thing except being cold.
After the students were found
by the park rangers, the profes-
sional climbers lowered them to
firefighters waiting at the bottom
of the mountain. The students but [sic]
did not require treatment for any-
thing except being cold.
/
The overnight rescue of two
fathers and a group of eight kids
from the backcountry of a ski
resort in the West Kootenays
should be a warning to others to
stay in bounds unless they have a
GPS tracking device, a search and
rescue expert says.
/
The group – up from Washing-
[clipping ends]


  • Another article clipping[61] is adapted from a real article published in The News Tribune,[65] a daily newspaper in Tacoma, Washington, in November 2017, a few months before the episode was filmed. Note that some of the text is obscured or off-screen; a few words from the missing contents are glimpsed in the newspaper that Sabine picks up in "A Taste of the Heights"[59] and are set in fuchsia; the rest of the article can be seen on a newspaper prop which was auctioned off online in April 2019.[66]


ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Farm in Puyallup Valley will live on
under new ownership

BY ALLISON NEEDLES


Local farm will live on
under new o[image ends]

By S. McKinley
Washington State Journal News Staff

Last month, Puyallup farmers Mark and
Katie Green got to share with the
community some big news.
After years in the making, the
couple officially purchased the farm
from Dick and Terry Carkner, the
former owners of Terry's Berries Farm locat-
ed at 4520 River Road in the Puyallup River Valley.
Last month, local farmers Mark and
[obscured name] Soparlo got to share with the
community some big news.
After years in the making, the
couple officially purchased the farm
from Stacy and Harley Thomas, the
former owners of a berry farm locat-
ed in the Puyallup River Valley.
The farm is now named
Wild Hare Organic Farm
under the Green's ownership.
/
When we shared (the news) with
our customers they were so excit-
ed," said Katie, 36. (The farm) is
very special to them and it's very
fun to see.
The Carkners cultivated the farm
for more than 30 years. For the past
three years, the Greens were
When we shared (the news) with
our customers they were so excit-
ed," said Stacy, 36. (The farm) is
very special to them and it's very
fun to see.
The Thomas' cultivated the farm
for more than 30 years. For the past
three years, the Soparlos were the

managers on the farm, harvesting
for its Community-Supported Agri-
culture (CSA) program.
[illegible word], administrators and
[illegible word] of the farm, harvesting
for its Community-support[image ends]
culture [image ends]


  • CREW NAMES ON PROPS: S. McKinley is a reference to production staff member Shaun McKinlay.
  • CREW NAMES ON PROPS: Mark Soparlo is another production staff member on the show.
  • CREW NAMES ON PROPS: The name Gina Mackay appears on one of Henry's bulletin boards.[17] This is a real-life person who works as a graphic designer on the show.

Costume Notes

  • SECONDHAND CLOTHING: The pink cloak worn by Isla in the scene where she pours mud on Gothel[77] is the same cloak worn by Rapunzel in the Season Three episode "The Tower".[78] Note that the cloak has been modified for the episode: The white fur trimming on Rapunzel's cloak has been replaced with golden fabric and the golden clasp has been replaced with a similar but different clasp.

Filming Locations

  • Foxglove Farm has also doubled as locations for other productions:


International Titles


Videos

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