I’ll address “Columbia” on the show that was formerly known as Sleepy Hollow with what are probably my final stream-of-consciousness ramblings on the series.
Don’t let them pretend that the fans just imagined all of this with a bunch of mumbo jumbo about the nature of the relationship.
Constantly name-dropping founding fathers wasn’t working on Abbie so Crane had to up his game with a romance language.
We’re a bit amused by your frustration with the show. For even casual sports fans such as myself, it’s kind of nice to see you react the way we do to a penalty called against our favorite football team. Friggin’ Giants, man.
No, The Hidden One, you do not get to talk that way to Pandora. She went to so much trouble to raise him from wherever he was and she gets nothing but verbal abuse. I seriously want Pandora to ask Ichabod for help with a quickie divorce. He can give her the shiv he used to get rid of his first wife.
Agent Grace Abigail Mills and Ichabod Crane are fighting the Hidden One, a cranky god who hates humanity and harbors a severe dislike for the Witnesses. The battle to defeat the Hidden One led to Abbie stranded in a desolate dimension. It was a different time zone: ten months in that dimension but just a few weeks in our reality. Abbie is secretly obsessed with a mysterious symbol and her head is not fully in the Witnessing game.
Apparently, Abbie now keeps a journal as therapy to cope with her time stranded in that other realm. She claims it’s a boring read, which it probably is since she’d rather spend time by herself at the shooting range then at home being pampered but let’s just pretend that she practices writing her name as “Mrs. Ichabod Crane” and doodles hearts. Crane probably sneaks peeks at it so that he can see if she mentioned anything about him.
Abbie says she doesn’t need to be pampered. Shut up, Abbie. You do need to be pampered. What is the matter with you?