Category Archives: Sleepy Hollow

Jenny and Joe kss on Sleepy Hollow

30 Thoughts on Sleepy Hollow: “The Art of War”

Normally, I’d be swooning at the Ichabod closeup and the eyebrow porn, butI don’t want to love him right now because the camera will pull back and he’ll be with that weirdo extra who keeps trying to ship herself with him. Last week, we opened with a closeup, but it was marred by Crextra’s presence. Wait, that damn, sexy hobo is playing chess with Abbie. It’s safe to rewind.

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Abbie and Daniel work a case in "The Red Lady From Caribee" on Sleepy Hollow

4 Fan Thoughts on Sleepy Hollow’s “This Red Lady from Caribee.”

We here at TVRD love watching Sleepy Hollow, writing about Sleepy Hollow, Tweeting about Sleepy Hollow and hearing what our fellow Sleepyheads have to say. This time around, Barbara Ruffin is weighing in on “This Red Lady from Caribee.” She has a couple of conspiracy theories that I hadn’t even considered because I was too busy focusing on Abbie’s hair and that date Crane went on with the extra.

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Bones and Ichabod Crane

Sleepy Hollow: “Dead Men Tell No Tales” — Oct. 29, 2015

Back to the Witness mission, Crane feels guilty; Washington sent him to kill Howe, and he failed. Had Crane succeeded, the war may have ended more quickly. Crane has a lot of guilt issues. What he should feel bad about is Joe Corbin, who arrives at Jenny’s trailer with two bags of groceries. That’s what happens when you are gainfully employed, Crane.

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Jessica Camacho as (Sophie Foster) in a diner on Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow Adds Jessica Camacho as Series Regular

Jessica Camacho, who appeared in the “Blood and Fear” episode, has landed a spot as a series regular. You’ll remember that Sophie stole the Shard of Anubis from Randall Martin and left him cuffed to a shower railing. Jenny’s increased visibility, in what I like to think of as an in-show spinoff, The Jenny & Joe Show, requires additional characters so that we can see Jenny in the artifact-hunting mode we’d only heard about.

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