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{{Box|This article focuses on the [[Season Seven]] episode.<br>For the [[Season Three]] episode, see '''"[[The Tower]]"'''.}}
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{{Episode
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|name = The Girl in the Tower
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|image = 714HateThisPlace.png
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|number = 14
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|season = 7
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|backstory=[[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]]
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*[[Robin Hood (Birth)|Robin Hood]]
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|viewers = 2.11 million<ref>{{cite web|url=https://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/daily-ratings/friday-final-ratings-march-23-2018/|title=NCAA Tournament and ‘Dynasty’ adjust down: Friday final ratings|last=Porter|first=Rick|date=March 26, 2018|quote=Once Upon a Time (ABC) (...) 2.11|publisher=[[Wikipedia:TV by the Numbers|TV by the Numbers]]}}</ref>
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|airdate = March 23, 2018
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|writer = [[Dana Horgan]] &<br>[[Leah Fong]]
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|director = [[Antonio Negret]]
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|previous = [[Knightfall]]
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|next = [[Sisterhood]]
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}}{{Quote|'''[[Robin Hood (Birth)|Robin Hood]]''': Wow. So ''you're'' the girl in the [[Gothel's Tower|tower]].<br>'''[[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]]''': I got out of that tower years ago.}}
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'''"The Girl in the Tower"''' is the fourteenth episode of [[Season Seven]] of [[ABC]]'s ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''. It was written by [[Dana Horgan]] & [[Leah Fong]], and directed by [[Antonio Negret]]. It is the one hundred and forty-seventh episode of the series overall, and premiered on March 23, 2018.
   
Chad: alright! time for a nickelback marathon NICKELBACK TO BACKA NICKELBACKA A RAMA! oh YEAH AHA!
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==Synopsis==
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[[Rogers]] works to prove [[Tilly]]'s innocence in the case of the [[Hilda Braeburn|Blind Baker]]'s death, while [[Ivy Belfrey|Ivy]] attempts to make amends with [[Anastasia (The Garden of Forking Paths)|Anastasia]], and [[Mr. Samdi|Samdi]] makes a revealing confession to [[Roni]]. Meanwhile, in a faraway [[New Enchanted Forest|realm]], [[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]] forms an unbreakable bond.<ref name="airdate">{{cite web|url=https://www.disneyabcpress.com/abc/pressrelease/once-upon-a-time-the-girl-in-the-tower-323/|title=ONCE UPON A TIME: THE GIRL IN THE TOWER (3/23)|date=march 19, 2018|publisher=Disney ABC Press}}</ref>
   
Radio host: On second thought this might not be a good idea...
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==Recap==
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{{NeedRecap}}
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==Deleted Scenes==
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==="I Didn't Expect to See You"===
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{{S|This scene is included on "[[Once Upon a Time: The Complete Seventh and Final Season]]".}}
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[[Henry Mills|Henry]] and [[Rogers]] arrive at the site of [[Rollin' Bayou]] to ask [[Jacinda Vidrio|Jacinda]] or [[Sabine]] if they ever saw [[Tilly]], who is a potential murderer. Though Rogers asks Henry if he's fine with talking to Jacinda, Henry stays neutral. Henry tries to talk to Jacinda, but he messes up. Then, they talk about [[Lucy]], before Rogers asking her if Tilly was here yesterday, to which Jacinda replies "no". Soon, they realize that Tilly stole some [[beignets]] instead of buying them, despite what she said.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://comicbook.com/tv-shows/2018/08/28/once-upon-a-time-season-7-deleted-scene-exclusive/|title=Exclusive 'Once Upon a Time' Season 7 Deleted Scene: 'I Didn't Expect to See You Here'|last=Ridgely|first=Charlie|date=August 28, 2018|publisher=Comicbook.com}}
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==="If She Can Change..."===
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{{S|This scene is included on the "[[Once Upon a Time: The Complete Seventh and Final Season]]" Blu-ray, but ''not'' the DVD.}}
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[[Ivy Belfrey|Ivy]] comes to [[Eloise Gardener (Character)|Eloise]]'s "[[Decrepit Building|gathering place]]" to look for [[Anastasia (The Garden of Forking Paths)|Anastasia]], but sees Eloise standing before her. Eloise says that she does not keep Anastasia where she kept Ivy and that she would never torture Anastasia, as she is like her own daughter. Ivy mocks Eloise and her [[Coven of the Eight|coven]], saying she's sure that that's what she tells all the girls and also that Eloise wants to watch people suffer while she gets what she wants. Eloise reminds Ivy that she was the one who tried to steal her sister's [[magic]] and leave her for dead. Ivy accepts herself and says that she wants to be changed just like her [[Victoria Belfrey|mother]]. She threatens Eloise, saying that she will tell her sister the truth, which is Eloise wanting her just to get the [[Darkness|Dark One]]'s powers. Eloise suddenly takes Ivy's [[Beatrice (Doll)|doll]] and wants to use it for her own advantage to gain Anastasia's trust. As she walks away, Ivy yells that "it is not over".
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==="One-Upped by a Nanny Cam"===
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{{S|This scene is included on the "[[Once Upon a Time: The Complete Seventh and Final Season]]" Blu-ray, but ''not'' the DVD.}}
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[[Eloise Gardener (Character)|Eloise]] and [[Anastasia (The Garden of Forking Paths)|Anastasia]] move from place to place to avoid getting caught by [[Ivy Belfrey|Ivy]] or anyone else. Anastasia tells her that she's getting cold, but Eloise assures her to trust "mother". While they walk down the street, they stumble upon Ivy, who reveals that she found them thanks to the camera that was put on her [[Beatrice (Doll)|doll]] by [[Victoria Belfrey|Victoria]], the doll which was previously taken by Eloise. Ivy admits to Anastasia that she's sorry that she tried to hurt her, and that if Anastasia allows it, she can learn how to be a sister. As soon as Eloise tries to walk up to Ivy, Ivy aims a gun at her and tells Anastasia the truth, that Eloise killed their mother and she is using her just like she used her. Anastasia, who's had enough, [[magic]]ally pushes the both of them, which gives her a time to run.
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===Untitled===
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A scene where [[Tilly]] is eating [[Wikipedia:Mochi ice cream|Mochi balls]] was cut from the episode.<ref name="buzz">{{cite web|url=https://youtu.be/fTV8RUFHav4?t=1909|title=Once Upon A Time Season 7 Episode 22 Review w/ Rose Reynolds: AfterBuzz TV|date=May 21, 2018|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Youtube|YouTube]]}}</ref>
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==Cast<ref name="airdate"/>==
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===Starring===
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*[[Lana Parrilla]] as [[Regina Mills]]<ref name="visual">[[:File:714SpyingTheGroup.png]]<br>[[:File:714Promo4.jpg]]</ref>/[[Roni]]
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*[[Colin O'Donoghue]] as [[Hook (Wish Realm)]]/[[Rogers]]
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*[[Andrew J. West]] as [[Henry Mills]]
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*[[Dania Ramirez]] as [[Cinderella (Hyperion Heights)|Cinderella]]<ref name="visual"/>
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*[[Alison Fernandez]] as [[Lucy]]
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*[[Mekia Cox]] {{S|(Credit only)}}
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*[[Robert Carlyle]] {{S|(Credit only)}}
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===Guest Starring===
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*[[Emma Booth]] {{S|(Press release/ [[Once Upon a Time: The Complete Third Season|Blu-ray]] deleted scenes only)}}
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*[[Daniel Francis]] as [[Mr. Samdi]]
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*[[Adelaide Kane]] as [[Ivy Belfrey]]
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*[[Rebecca Mader]] as [[Zelena]]<ref name="visual"/>/[[Kelly West]]
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*[[Rose Reynolds]] as [[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]]/[[Tilly]]
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*[[Tiera Skovbye]] as [[Robin Hood (Birth)|Robin Hood]]/[[Margot]]
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*[[Yael Yurman]] {{S|(Press release/ Blu-ray deleted scenes only)}}
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===Co-Starring===
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*Peter Ciuffa as [[Mr. Charles|Deli Owner]]
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*Jasmine Lukuku as [[Mrs. Lewis|Produce Vendor]]
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*Cory Rempel as [[Clayton]]
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===Uncredited===
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*Unknown baby as Lucy
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==Trivia==
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{{StartTrivia}}
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|-|Production Notes=
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===Title===
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*The [[Episode Title Cards|title card]] features the [[Troll (Hyperion Heights)|Troll]]'s statue form.<ref>[[:File:714Title.png]]</ref>
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*The title of this episode was revealed by [[Adam Horowitz]] via his [[Twitter]] account on November 29, 2017.<ref name="writers">{{TwitterLink|AdamHorowitzLA/status|935927441242984448|[[Adam Horowitz]]|date=November 29, 2017|quote=Here's another #OnceUponATime #titlespoiler — hope to see ya for our return on Friday, December 8th!|image=File:TWAdamHorowitzLA-714.png}}</ref>
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*According to [[Leah Fong]], the second choice for the title of this episode was "Goodbye, Tower Girl".<ref>{{TwitterLink|leahfong|status/977398208618901505|[[Leah Fong]]|date=March 23, 2018|quote=Goodbye, Tower was our second choice for episode title / Goodbye, Tower GIRL. Typo!|image=File:TWLeahFong-714.png}}</ref>
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===Production Notes===
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*A scene where [[Tilly]] is eating [[Wikipedia:Mochi ice cream|Mochi balls]] was cut from the episode. According to [[Rose Reynolds]], she had to eat around ten Mochi balls, which resulted in Rose feeling sick by the end of the take.<ref name="buzz"/>
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|-|Episode Connections=
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===Event Chronology===
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*The [[Seattle]] events take place after "[[Knightfall]]" and before "[[Sisterhood]]". {{TimeLWM}}
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*The [[New Enchanted Forest]] flashbacks occur in various places of the overall timeline.
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**The flashback where [[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]] escapes the [[Gothel's Tower|tower]] takes place several years after "[[Knightfall]]", and before "[[Greenbacks]]".
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**The remaining flashbacks take place years later, after "[[Secret Garden]]" and before "[[The Guardian]]".
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===Episode Connections===
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*How [[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]] was trapped in [[Gothel's Tower]] is explained in "[[Eloise Gardener (Episode)|Eloise Gardener]]".
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*Alice lights a candle on a cupcake to celebrate her birthday, just like [[Emma Swan|Emma]] did in "[[Pilot]]" and "[[Wish You Were Here]]", and [[Zelena]] in "[[Our Decay]]".
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*[[Tilly]] was accused of murdering [[Hilda Braeburn]] in "[[Knightfall]]".
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*[[Henry Mills|Henry]]'s daughter [[Lucy]] was born in "[[The Eighth Witch]]".
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*[[Robin Hood (Birth)|Robin]]'s skill with a bow and arrow was first seen in "[[Secret Garden]]".
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*Alice explains that she keeps a distance to her father because his heart is [[Curse of the Poisoned Heart|poisoned]] and he will die if she gets too close; referring to events in "[[Pretty in Blue]]", where [[Hook (Wish Realm)|Wish Hook]] became injured when he and Alice embraced.
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*Robin references Nook, the nickname [[Zelena]] first called Hook during "Secret Garden".
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*Robin says that she thought Henry and [[Cinderella (Hyperion Heights)|Cinderella]] left Alice in Wonderland looking for a cure for Alice's father, referring to events in "Pretty in Blue".
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*How Robin came to the [[New Enchanted Forest]] is explained in "Secret Garden".
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*[[Lucy]] and [[Roni]] continue [[Operation Hyacinth]], which they began in "Knightfall".
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*Lucy mentions Henry was poisoned, an event that happened in "The Eighth Witch".
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*[[Ivy Belfrey|Ivy]] first spoke of her plans to find and reconcile with [[Anastasia (The Garden of Forking Paths)|Anastasia]] in "Knightfall".
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*[[Victoria Belfrey|Victoria]]'s death occurred in "Secret Garden".
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*While in Henry's [[Mills Apartment|apartment]], Ivy is holding her childhood doll [[Beatrice (Doll)|Beatrice]], which she got from [[Jacinda Vidrio|Jacinda]] in "Knightfall".
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*[[Rogers]] tells Henry that Tilly once shot [[Weaver]]. This event was seen in "[[Beauty]]".
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*Tilly references how upset she felt when she saw [[Eloise Gardener (Character)|Eloise]], which occurred in "Knightfall".
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*The book ''[[Robin Hood: Myth and Legend]]'', which Tilly finds in Henry's apartment, is the same book that [[Regina Mills|Regina]] finds in [[Robin Hood (Lacey)|Robin Hood]]'s old [[Cassidy Apartment|apartment]] in "[[Only You (Episode)|Only You]]". According to Regina, she gave the book to Robin before he left [[Storybrooke]] with his family.
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*Tilly mentions buying marmalade sandwiches, a favorite of hers that Weaver gave her in "Beauty".
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*Robin talks about stealing [[Emma Swan|the sheriff]]'s [[Yellow Bug|bug]]. This well-known vehicle was first seen in "[[Pilot]]".
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*Robin says that her [[Robin Hood (Lacey)|father]] died when she was a baby, an event that took place in "[[Last Rites]]".
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*[[Kelly West|Kelly]] is surprised to see that [[Mr. Samdi]] is awake. She and Roni attempted to find out if he was cursed in "[[A Taste of the Heights]]".
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*The lock of hair that the [[Nick Branson|killer]] took from [[Doctor Sage]] was first seen in "Secret Garden".
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*Roni refers to her long history with Weaver when he was still [[Rumplestiltskin]], which began in "[[We Are Both]]" when they first met.
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*Kelly left one of her 37 messages for [[Margot]] in "Secret Garden".
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|-|Cultural References=
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===Disney===
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*At [[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]]'s tea party, she wears a blue dress and smock, similar to what she wears in [[Disney]]'s ''[[Alice in Wonderland]]''. She also sings "[[w:c:Disney:The Unbirthday Song|The Unbirthday Song]]" with different words.
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**{{DisneyList|The Girl in the Tower}}
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===Fairytales and Folklore===
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*This episode features [[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]] from ''[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]'', [[Hook (Wish Realm)|Captain Hook]] from the ''[[Peter and Wendy|Peter Pan]]'' story, [[Cinderella (Hyperion Heights)|Cinderella]] from the "[[Cinderella (Fairytale)|Cinderella]]" fairytale, the [[Zelena|Wicked Witch of the West]] from ''[[The Wonderful Wizard of Oz]]'' story, and [[Robin Hood (Birth)|Robin Hood]] from the [[Robin Hood (Ballad)|ballad]].
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*The [[Troll (Hyperion Heights)|Troll]] is an allusion to the BFG from the [[The BFG|novel of the same name]].<ref>{{TwitterLink|leahfong|status/977399385423163392|[[Leah Fong]]|date=March 23, 2018|quote=it was inspired by the Fremont Troll, but I'm a huge fan of that book so I'm sure that creeped in!|image=File:TWLeahFong-714-2.png}}</ref>
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*[[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]] has a tea party with her stuffed animals on her birthday, a reference to the [[Jefferson|Mad Hatter]]'s tea party from the book. She also picks up a top hat and jokingly refers to it as "Mr. Hatter".
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*When Alice is looking at the stars, she mentions the "second star to the right", quoting the directions to [[Neverland]] in ''Peter Pan''.
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*Alice says that she once outran a [[Bandersnatches|Bandersnatch]], a reference to the creature from ''[[Through the Looking-Glass]]''.
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*When talking to [[Mr. Charles]], [[Tilly]] refers to herself as the "girl with the marmalade sandwiches", a reference to the scene in ''Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'', where Alice grabs a jar of orange marmalade from a shelf while falling down the [[Rabbit Holes|rabbit hole]].
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*Alice says she sometimes believes six impossible things before breakfast, a reference to the novel ''Through the Looking-Glass'', where Alice tries to convince the [[Red Queen]] that one cannot believe impossible things and the queen shoots back, "Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."
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*When she returns to [[Roni's]], [[Margot]] says "There's no place like home", which is a reference to ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'', where [[Dorothy Gale|Dorothy]] tells the [[Scarecrow]], "No matter how dreary and gray our [[Kansas (Location)|homes]] are, we people of flesh and blood would rather live there than in any other country, be it ever so beautiful. There is no place like home."
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===''Lost''===
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*There is a close-up of [[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]]'s eye when she uses the spyglass,<ref>[[:File:714GoodEveningTrees.png]]</ref> a recurring [[w:c:Lostepedia:Eyes|theme]] on ''[[Wikipedia:Lost (TV series)|Lost]]''.
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*[[Robin Hood (Birth)|Robin]] says that she drove the [[Yellow Bug|yellow bug]] for [[w:c:Lostpedia:8|eight]] minutes before she was caught, a reference to the second ''Lost'' [[w:c:Lostpedia:The Numbers|number]].
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===Popular Culture===
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*[[Henry Mills|Henry]] has a volume of ''[http://www.amazon.com/American-Peoples-Encyclopedia-Anegada-Passage/dp/B0016XD27S The American Peoples Encyclopedia]'' in his bookshelf.<ref>[[:File:714RobinHoodBook.png]]</ref>
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**In the [[Season One]] episode "[[The Stable Boy]]", young Henry had several volumes of ''The American Peoples Encyclopedia'' in his [[Mills House|room]].<ref>[[:File:118CheckingOnHenry.png]]</ref>
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*When [[Tilly]] goes to fetch her backpack from the dumpster, Henry says, "Unless you ran into [[Wikipedia:Oscar the Grouch|Oscar the Grouch]], you're not gonna find an alibi back here." Oscar the Grouch is a character on the children's television program ''[[Wikipedia:Sesame Street|Sesame Street]]'', who lives in a trash can.
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*The [[Wikipedia:Arc de Triomphe|Triumphal Arch of the Star]] is pictured on a painting in [[Mr. Samdi]]'s [[The Vault|living room]].<ref>[[:File:714SamdiApartment.png]]</ref>
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*One of the [[Wikipedia:Marvel Comics|Marvel comics]] in Henry's [[Mills Apartment|apartment]] is ''[[w:c:Marvel:X-Factor Vol 1 9|X-Factor Vol 1 #9]]''.<ref>[[:File:714TillyUpsideDown.png]]</ref>
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*According to the cover, [[Margot]]'s copy of ''[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]'' is illustrated by [[Wikipedia:Arthur Rackham|Arthur Rackham]],<ref name="LookieBookie">[[:File:714AliceInWonderland.png]]</ref> a famous nineteenth/twentieth century English book illustrator. The cover illustration is "[[Commons:File:Alice in Wonderland by Arthur Rackham - 15 - At this the whole pack rose up into the air and came flying down upon her.jpg|At this the whole pack rose up into the air and came flying down upon her]]", one of several illustrations created by Rackham for [[Wikipedia:Lewis Carroll|Lewis Carroll]]'s novel in 1907.
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**The same picture can be seen among the numerous fairy tale illustrations pinned to the wall in [[Henry Mills|Henry]]'s [[Mills House|room]] in the Season One [[Pilot|premiere]]<ref>[[:File:101MoreOldFashioned.png]] {{S|(behind [[Regina Mills|Regina]]'s head)}}</ref> and the [[Season Three]] episode "[[The New Neverland]]".<ref>[[:File:310BedTime.png]]</ref>
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*When she returns to [[Roni's]], [[Margot]] says "There's no place like home", which is a reference to the famous line by [[Dorothy Gale]] from the movie ''[[Wikipedia:The Wizard of Oz (1939 film)|The Wizard of Oz]]'' (the line also appears in the [[The Wonderful Wizard of Oz|novel]]).
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|-|Set Notes=
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===Props Notes===
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*At [[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]]'s tea party, a rabbit plushie is sitting by the table,<ref>[[:File:714VeryHappyBirthday.png]]</ref> a reference to the [[White Rabbit]] from ''[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]''.
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**In "[[The Guardian]]", Alice has the same rabbit plushie in her [[Alice's Cottage|cottage]]<ref name="Bracelet">[[:File:718LikeMyBracelet.png]]</ref> and refers to it as "Mr. Rabbit".
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*The drink [[Roni]] gives to [[Kelly West|Kelly]] when she apologizes, is a green [[Wikipedia:Appletini|appletini]].<ref>[[:File:714YouAnApology.png]]</ref>
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*The cover of [[Margot]]'s copy of ''[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]''<ref name="LookieBookie" /> is based on [[Wikipedia:Chronicle Books|Chronicle Books]]' 2002 edition of the novel:<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.amazon.com/Alices-Adventures-Wonderland-Lewis-Carroll/dp/158717152X|title=Alice's Adventures in Wonderland|accessdate=February 22, 2019|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Amazon (company)|Amazon]]}}</ref> The color and layout is similar and the [[Commons:File:Alice in Wonderland by Arthur Rackham - 15 - At this the whole pack rose up into the air and came flying down upon her.jpg|cover illustration]] is the same, as is the cover text ("Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by [[Wikipedia:Lewis Carroll|Lewis Carroll]] – Illustrated by [[Wikipedia:Arthur Rackham|Arthur Rackham]]").
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===Set Dressing===
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*[[Alice (Hyperion Heights)|Alice]]'s tea set<ref>[[:File:714LightingCandle.png]]<br>[[:File:714TeaParty.png]]</ref> is a [https://www.toysmith.com/ Toysmith] Deluxe Ceramic Tea Set with Basket.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00009IM50/?tag=hyprod-20&hvadid=15473447619|title=Deluxe Ceramic Tea Set with Basket|accessdate=November 7, 2018|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Amazon (company)|Amazon]]}}</ref> In "[[The Guardian]]", Alice has the same tea set in her [[Alice's Cottage|cottage]].<ref name="Bracelet" />
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**The same tea set was used for the [[Jefferson|Mad Hatter]]'s daughter [[Grace]]'s tea party in the [[Season One]] episode "[[Hat Trick]]".<ref>[[:File:117GracesTeaParty.png]]</ref>
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|-|Other Notes=
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===Filming Locations===
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*The parking lot at [http://www.kisushi.ca/ Ki Sushi] in [[Wikipedia:New Westminster|New Westminster]] is used for the outdoor scene where [[Henry Mills|Henry]] and [[Rogers]] are talking to [[Tilly]] after they find her on the street.<ref name="fl">{{TwitterLink|DeanMachine16|status/939036973066366979|GreenMachine|date=December 7, 2017|quote=Hey @WhatsFilming and @yvrshoots ... Just got another film notice at work tonight for Once Upon a Time next week.
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Looks like they'll be filming on Tuesday Dec 12th outside Ki Sushi in the late morning and interior stuff on Columbia later in the afternoon.|image=File:TWDeanMachine16-714.png}} <small>([[:File:TWDeanMachine16-714-2.jpg|filming notice]])</small></ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://canadagraphs.weebly.com/once-upon-a-time-blog/once-upon-a-time-shoots-a-scene-for-season-7-either-ep-14-or-15-with-colin-odonoghue-andrew-j-west-and-rose-reynolds-in-new-westminster|title=Once Upon A Time shoots a scene for season 7 (either ep 14 or 15) with Colin O'Donoghue, Andrew J West and Rose Reynolds in New Westminster|date=January 4, 2018|publisher=Canadagraphs}}<br><br>{{cite web|url=https://www.google.com/maps/@49.2016804,-122.9121541,3a,50.8y,52.16h,92.09t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1szklURW4QpleOgG-zmc15hw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656|title=46 8th St, New Westminster, British Columbia|month=August|year=2017|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Google Maps|Google Maps]]}}</ref>
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*[https://www.facebook.com/SantaBarbaraMarket/ Santa Barbara Market] in [[Wikipedia:Vancouver|Vancouver]] doubles as the exterior and interior of [[Hyperion Grocery]] for this episode.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.google.com/maps/place/1312+Commercial+Dr,+Vancouver,+BC+V5L+3X6,+Canada/@49.2726407,-123.0695621,3a,40.5y,64.74h,87.01t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sdDetdrwgBQ6ctz5TuyEs6A!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x5486713f157676c3:0x3fafe7680c475f2a!8m2!3d49.2728471!4d-123.0694238|title=1319 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, British Columbia|month=May|year=2017|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Google Maps|Google Maps]]}}</ref>
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*[https://www.thebridalgallery.com/ The Bridal Gallery], also known as ''The Vault'', in New Westminster, doubles as the exterior and interior of [[Mr. Samdi]]'s [[The Vault|hotel]].<ref name="fl"/>
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*CRAB Park in Vancouver doubles as the area where [[Kelly West|Kelly]] confronts [[Roni]] and [[Mr. Samdi]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hollywoodnorth.buzz/2017/12/mid-season-once-upon-a-time-sisters-regina-zelena-lana-parrilla-rebecca-mader-reunite-tonight.html|title=SEASON 7: ONCE UPON A TIME Sisters Regina & Zelena (Lana Parrilla & Rebecca Mader) Reunite|last=Gittins|first=Susan|date=December 15, 2017|publisher=Hollywood North}}</ref>
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{{EndTrivia}}
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===International Titles===
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{{InternationalTitles
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|French title=La Fille de la Tour
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|French translation=The Tower Girl
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|Italian title=La ragazza nella torre
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|Italian translation=The Girl in the Tower
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|Portuguese title=A Garota da Torre
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|Portuguese translation=The Tower Girl
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}}
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==Videos==
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7x14 - The Girl in the Tower - Promo
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The Bug to the Rescue – Once Upon A Time
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==References==
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This article focuses on the Season Seven episode.
For the Season Three episode, see "The Tower".
Robin Hood: Wow. So you're the girl in the tower.
Alice: I got out of that tower years ago.

"The Girl in the Tower" is the fourteenth episode of Season Seven of ABC's Once Upon a Time. It was written by Dana Horgan & Leah Fong, and directed by Antonio Negret. It is the one hundred and forty-seventh episode of the series overall, and premiered on March 23, 2018.

Synopsis

Rogers works to prove Tilly's innocence in the case of the Blind Baker's death, while Ivy attempts to make amends with Anastasia, and Samdi makes a revealing confession to Roni. Meanwhile, in a faraway realm, Alice forms an unbreakable bond.[2]

Recap


Deleted Scenes

"I Didn't Expect to See You"

This scene is included on "Once Upon a Time: The Complete Seventh and Final Season".

Henry and Rogers arrive at the site of Rollin' Bayou to ask Jacinda or Sabine if they ever saw Tilly, who is a potential murderer. Though Rogers asks Henry if he's fine with talking to Jacinda, Henry stays neutral. Henry tries to talk to Jacinda, but he messes up. Then, they talk about Lucy, before Rogers asking her if Tilly was here yesterday, to which Jacinda replies "no". Soon, they realize that Tilly stole some beignets instead of buying them, despite what she said.[3]

"If She Can Change..."

This scene is included on the "Once Upon a Time: The Complete Seventh and Final Season" Blu-ray, but not the DVD.

Ivy comes to Eloise's "gathering place" to look for Anastasia, but sees Eloise standing before her. Eloise says that she does not keep Anastasia where she kept Ivy and that she would never torture Anastasia, as she is like her own daughter. Ivy mocks Eloise and her coven, saying she's sure that that's what she tells all the girls and also that Eloise wants to watch people suffer while she gets what she wants. Eloise reminds Ivy that she was the one who tried to steal her sister's magic and leave her for dead. Ivy accepts herself and says that she wants to be changed just like her mother. She threatens Eloise, saying that she will tell her sister the truth, which is Eloise wanting her just to get the Dark One's powers. Eloise suddenly takes Ivy's doll and wants to use it for her own advantage to gain Anastasia's trust. As she walks away, Ivy yells that "it is not over".

"One-Upped by a Nanny Cam"

This scene is included on the "Once Upon a Time: The Complete Seventh and Final Season" Blu-ray, but not the DVD.

Eloise and Anastasia move from place to place to avoid getting caught by Ivy or anyone else. Anastasia tells her that she's getting cold, but Eloise assures her to trust "mother". While they walk down the street, they stumble upon Ivy, who reveals that she found them thanks to the camera that was put on her doll by Victoria, the doll which was previously taken by Eloise. Ivy admits to Anastasia that she's sorry that she tried to hurt her, and that if Anastasia allows it, she can learn how to be a sister. As soon as Eloise tries to walk up to Ivy, Ivy aims a gun at her and tells Anastasia the truth, that Eloise killed their mother and she is using her just like she used her. Anastasia, who's had enough, magically pushes the both of them, which gives her a time to run.

Untitled

A scene where Tilly is eating Mochi balls was cut from the episode.[4]

Cast[2]

Starring

Guest Starring

Co-Starring

Uncredited

  • Unknown baby as Lucy

Trivia

Title

Production Notes

  • A scene where Tilly is eating Mochi balls was cut from the episode. According to Rose Reynolds, she had to eat around ten Mochi balls, which resulted in Rose feeling sick by the end of the take.[4]

Event Chronology

Episode Connections

Disney

Fairytales and Folklore

  • This episode features Alice from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Captain Hook from the Peter Pan story, Cinderella from the "Cinderella" fairytale, the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz story, and Robin Hood from the ballad.
  • The Troll is an allusion to the BFG from the novel of the same name.[9]
  • Alice has a tea party with her stuffed animals on her birthday, a reference to the Mad Hatter's tea party from the book. She also picks up a top hat and jokingly refers to it as "Mr. Hatter".
  • When Alice is looking at the stars, she mentions the "second star to the right", quoting the directions to Neverland in Peter Pan.
  • Alice says that she once outran a Bandersnatch, a reference to the creature from Through the Looking-Glass.
  • When talking to Mr. Charles, Tilly refers to herself as the "girl with the marmalade sandwiches", a reference to the scene in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, where Alice grabs a jar of orange marmalade from a shelf while falling down the rabbit hole.
  • Alice says she sometimes believes six impossible things before breakfast, a reference to the novel Through the Looking-Glass, where Alice tries to convince the Red Queen that one cannot believe impossible things and the queen shoots back, "Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."
  • When she returns to Roni's, Margot says "There's no place like home", which is a reference to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, where Dorothy tells the Scarecrow, "No matter how dreary and gray our homes are, we people of flesh and blood would rather live there than in any other country, be it ever so beautiful. There is no place like home."

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Popular Culture

Props Notes

Set Dressing

Filming Locations

International Titles


Videos

References

  1. Porter, Rick (March 26, 2018). NCAA Tournament and ‘Dynasty’ adjust down: Friday final ratings. TV by the Numbers. “Once Upon a Time (ABC) (...) 2.11”
  2. 2.0 2.1 ONCE UPON A TIME: THE GIRL IN THE TOWER (3/23). Disney ABC Press (march 19, 2018).
  3. Ridgely, Charlie (August 28, 2018). Exclusive 'Once Upon a Time' Season 7 Deleted Scene: 'I Didn't Expect to See You Here'. Comicbook.com.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Once Upon A Time Season 7 Episode 22 Review w/ Rose Reynolds: AfterBuzz TV. YouTube (May 21, 2018).
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  7. TwitterLogo @AdamHorowitzLA/status (Adam Horowitz) on Twitter (November 29, 2017). "Here's another #OnceUponATime #titlespoiler — hope to see ya for our return on Friday, December 8th!" (screenshot)
  8. TwitterLogo @leahfong (Leah Fong) on Twitter (March 23, 2018). "Goodbye, Tower was our second choice for episode title / Goodbye, Tower GIRL. Typo!" (screenshot)
  9. TwitterLogo @leahfong (Leah Fong) on Twitter (March 23, 2018). "it was inspired by the Fremont Troll, but I'm a huge fan of that book so I'm sure that creeped in!" (screenshot)
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  11. File:714RobinHoodBook.png
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  13. File:714SamdiApartment.png
  14. File:714TillyUpsideDown.png
  15. 15.0 15.1 File:714AliceInWonderland.png
  16. File:101MoreOldFashioned.png (behind Regina's head)
  17. File:310BedTime.png
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  21. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Amazon. Retrieved on February 22, 2019.
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  23. Deluxe Ceramic Tea Set with Basket. Amazon. Retrieved on November 7, 2018.
  24. File:117GracesTeaParty.png
  25. 25.0 25.1 TwitterLogo @DeanMachine16 (GreenMachine) on Twitter (December 7, 2017). "Hey @WhatsFilming and @yvrshoots ... Just got another film notice at work tonight for Once Upon a Time next week. Looks like they'll be filming on Tuesday Dec 12th outside Ki Sushi in the late morning and interior stuff on Columbia later in the afternoon." (screenshot) (filming notice)
  26. Once Upon A Time shoots a scene for season 7 (either ep 14 or 15) with Colin O'Donoghue, Andrew J West and Rose Reynolds in New Westminster. Canadagraphs (January 4, 2018).

    46 8th St, New Westminster, British Columbia. Google Maps (August 2017).
  27. 1319 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, British Columbia. Google Maps (May 2017).
  28. Gittins, Susan (December 15, 2017). SEASON 7: ONCE UPON A TIME Sisters Regina & Zelena (Lana Parrilla & Rebecca Mader) Reunite. Hollywood North.

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