This is the requisite creepy-child episode. Every supernatural series needs one. In this case, a boy from the past chases a pretty little girl into the future and ends up in modern-day Sleepy Hollow. You could make a case for the symbolism of it all. Go ahead, make the case, I don’t feel like doing it. Let’s go!
It will be established that Ichabod Crane is the unsung hero of American history having figured into all the key Revolutionary War events. The damn sexy hobo had a key role in the Boston Tea Party. Really, the man’s face should be on currency.
I knew it, I just knew it! Lieutenant Grace Abigail Mills has an apartment! If nothing else, she has a bedroom. During this re-watch, I found the evidence. She has a bed, an end table, an alarm clock, all things one would find in a home. We never see that set again, just like we never see Abbie in uniform again after the second episode, but it’s proof that she does not live out of her car. The heroine of the show is not a hobo! Her partner Ichabod Crane is still a hobo, but a damn sexy one. Let’s go!
Damn sexy time traveler Ichabod Crane and doe-eyed Lieutenant Abbie Mills just met. She’s already leaving him little notes and he is all up in her personal business. That’s how life is when you’re tasked with preventing the Apocalypse, it’s a bonding experience. Let’s go!
Doe-eyed Lieutenant Abbie Mills meets a damn sexy hobo. It’s the first episode, and the episode is full of firsts, but first things first. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover so grab a snack and let’s go!
Distinguishing features: a prickly attitude and a droll sense of humor.
Calvin is a Sleepy Hollow native and highly regarded photojournalist, who covered Syria and Iraq. He is one of the only civilians in town to remark on the mysterious disappearances and deaths.