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Just please, get in the bloody car.
Rogers to Tilly src

Rogers' Car is a vehicle featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time. It first appears in the third episode[3] of the seventh season.


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During Fifth Curse

After Regina cast Drizella's curse to save Henry's life, the inhabitants of the New Enchanted Forest are sent to Hyperion Heights. Captain Hook, a native of the Wish Realm, who later relocated to the New Enchanted Forest, becomes Rogers, a policeman and the owner of a real world vehicle. ("The Eighth Witch", "A Pirate's Life", "Hyperion Heights")

In Hyperion Heights, Rogers gets promoted to detective at the city precinct. One day, he arrives at work and parks his vehicle near the entrance, before entering the precinct to continue with his duties. ("The Garden of Forking Paths")

After Fifth Curse


Trivia

On-Screen Notes

Set Dressing

Appearances

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 File:721OverMyPeople.png
  2. In "The Guardian", Rogers' car can be seen in the courtyard of Nick's apartment before he takes in Drew for questioning. (File:718DoThis.png) This could mean Rogers drove Drew to the police station in his car.
  3. 3.0 3.1 File:703TheirWay2.png
  4. 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Internet Movie Cars Database. Retrieved on June 28, 2019.
  5. File:719RogersTillyArrive.png
  6. Farley, Josh (May 28, 2008). Decoding ‘XMT’ Washington State Plates. Kitsap Sun. “Law enforcement, like many public agencies in the state, use "exempt" plates on some of their vehicles. In order to figure out if the plate is exempt, look at the left of the regular letters on the plate — it will bear the letters "XMT" vertically.”
    Farley, Josh (November 10, 2012). Confidential plates popular with local police chiefs. Kitsap Sun. “Government vehicles in Washington typically have sets of "exempt" license plates, denoted by a small vertical "XMT" on the left side of the plate. (...) The program is limited to law enforcement purposes; statewide elected officials; state treasurer employees transporting money; and for any other public officer or public employee when recommended by the chief of the Washington State Patrol.”
  7. File:701RogersIvyArriving.png
    File:709GettingOutOfCar.png
  8. File:719TillyPlaying.png

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