Okay, let’s talk about Abbie’s face when she gets a glimpse of Crane’s projection. So full of hope and just a teensy bit of cray-cray. Her vulnerability just makes her more lovable.
So now Agent Foster has her eye on Ichabod. Agent Reynolds suspects Crane had a hand in Abbie’s disappearance. Reynolds refers to her as Agent Mills. Guess he still hasn’t made her resignation official. Agent Daniel Reynold’s case board includes an Ichabod glamour shot.
Hmm, why does Sophie also have this mark on her arm? Abbie barely knows her. Ichabod seems to be taking this in stride when he should be giving Agent Foster some major side-eye. He’s lost his grip a little bit so he’s probably just not thinking clearly.
Time to discuss our favorite Sleepy Hollow-related gifts from the past year.
Jenny Mills is a smart, brave artifact hunter, but unfortunately, she fooled around with this shard and now appears to be under the control of Pandora, a fashionable but totally crazy pants sorceress. FBI Agent Abbie Mills will not stand for this and is going to find her sister. Ichabod Crane goes wherever Abbie goes—most of the time—so it’s Team Witness to the rescue.
Joe and Jenny kickbox. Zach Appelman’s muscles should demand an on-set trailer. Lyndie Greenwood’s midriff hurts my feelings. Kickboxing is the new foreplay, apparently. Jenny goes into Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots mode, glows red, and her eyes glaze white. Uh-oh!
This was a solid episode as long as you dismiss a few minutes involving an extra, who is shipping herself with Crane. We got a brief glimpse at Abbie and Daniel’s past relationship, there are huge developments on the Jenny & Joe Show and Pandora is just warming up.
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.