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Sleepy Hollow – Paradise Lost

by Alan Rapp on January 7, 2015

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Sleepy Hollow - Paradise Lost

The Second Season of Sleepy Hollow returns from its mid-season break with its characters a bit lost. Taking place six weeks after the defeat of Moloch and the death of their son (John Noble), Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Katrina (Katia Winter) are far from reunited as a happy couple. Choosing to spend time apart, Ichabod has become obsessed with finding new evil to battle as his wife searches for a way to free Abraham (Neil Jackson) from the Horseman of Death. “Pardise Lost” forces both stories to converge as the arrival of a bloodthirsty angel (Max Brown) which will lead to conflicted loyalties and the revelation of an entirely new threat to the town.

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Sleepy Hollow – The Kindred

by Alan Rapp on October 3, 2014

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Sleepy Hollow - The Kindred

With Abbie (Nicole Beharie) and her sister Jenny (Lyndie Greenwood) safe, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) turns his attention back to rescuing his wife Katrina (Katia Winter) from the Headless Horseman. Terribly outgunned, Ichabod chooses to use Benjamin Franklin‘s (Timothy Busfield) incomplete Frankenstein’s Monster to fight the Horseman and War (John Noble). Using the head of the Horseman, Ichabod and Jenny finish the monster who turns out to be a powerful ally and distraction even if the plan to rescue Katrina ultimately fails.

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Sleepy Hollow – This Is War

by Alan Rapp on September 25, 2014

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Sleepy Hollow - This Is War

After spending the first-third of the episode on a fake reality used by Moloch to lower the defenses and force Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Abbie (Nicole Beharie) into revealing information about an artifact the demon needs to lead his army into the Earth, the season finale picks up in earnest with Ichabod breaking out of his casket, reuniting with Jenny (Lyndie Greenwood), and working together to stop the plans of Moloch and the Sin Eater (John Noble).

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Sleepy Hollow – Bad Blood

by Alan Rapp on January 22, 2014

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Sleepy Hollow - Bad Blood

As the season finale begins Ichabod Crane’s (Tom Mison) good mood at finding some suitable clothing at a Revolutionary War reenactment is short-lived when the Sin Eater (John Noble) shares his vision to Crane, Abbie (Nicole Beharie), and Jenny Mills (Lyndie Greenwood) of Moloch raising the second Horseman on the anniversary of Abbie and Jenny’s first encounter with the demon during an eclipse 13 years ago. In need of a witch to stop War from literally descending on the town, Crane plans to use the map of ley lines he memorized from Washington’s map and walk into Purgatory to save Katrina (Katia Winter) and bring her home. And, despite Jenny’s objections, Abbie refuses to let him go alone.

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  • Title: Sleepy Hollow – The Indispensable Man
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“Sometimes a story is just a story, Miss Mills.”

Sleepy Hollow - The Indispensable Man

The first-half of Sleepy Hollow‘s two-hour First Season finale involves Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Abbie (Nicole Beharie) investigating the message hidden in George Washington’s Bible four days after Washington’s (Louis Herthum) death by none other than Zombie George Washington (yeah, you read that right). The message includes a map to Purgatory Crane could use to free Katrina (Katia Winter) or provide Moloch a method of bringing forth his apocalypse. As Crane faces the double-edged sword of Katrina’s salvation versus the end of the world, both he and Abbie do their best to ignore the prophecy that Crane will eventually turn on Abbie and deliver her soul to Moloch.

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