So I'm sure I'm not the only one that was left frustrated and mind-blown at the end of the most recent episode.
A couple of things keep swirling through my mind, though.
1) The women of the coven. The Four who speak as One or whatever. They said Katrina broke their law, but I don't understand how. Ichabod is the First Witness. Isn't he supposed to be around to fight all the demons and stuff? The way it always seemed was that this was how it was meant to work out. But the four women were saying otherwise, basically saying that Katrina should have let Ichabod...
Just a few random things I've noticed in the show as well as some opinions on certain things.. :)
1) Am I the only one that noticed that the Captain shares the last name of the man who wrote the original short story of Sleepy Hollow? Captain Irving and the original author was Washington Irving. Eh, eh?? I wonder if this is any kind of foreshadowing for the Captain's role in the show later on. I have gotten the feeling that he might know more than he has led us to believe and I want to know which side he's really on. Then again, this may just be a mere...
What’s the secret to Sleepy Hollow‘s success? It’s easy to point to any number of factors — breakneck pacing, sharp writing, a supernatural premise that takes itself just seriously enough. Ask a Sleepyhead to answer that question, though, and chances are they’ll respond with just two words: Tom Mison, a.k.a. the English stage actor who stars as moody, arch, utterly captivating man out of time Ichabod Crane.