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    • Sleepy Hollow - Episode 1.03 - For the Triumph of Evil... - Synopses
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      A doctor with ties to Abbie’s institutionalized sister, Jenny - and to the seminal supernatural event from their childhood - makes contact with the Lieutenant shortly before jumping from a ledge and plunging to her death. When a closer examination of the corpse reveals some intriguing and markedly paranormal signs, Captain Irving assigns Mills and Crane to investigate. Despite Abbie’s reluctance to revisit the unexplained and still contentious event from her and Jenny’s past, Crane forges ahead, leading to a guilt-ridden Abbie’s revealing confession that could hold the key to Sleepy Hollow’s current wave of mystical activity or – at the very least – offer clues to stem the growing rash of suicides by people considered “witnesses” to the Mills sisters’ mystery. When their investigation reveals the presence of an ancient Native American dream-demon, Abbie and Crane set out to confront the malevolent spirit on his home turf, knowing full well that should they be killed in the dream world, it would have real world implications.

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      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.

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    • Sleepy Hollow - Episode 1.03 - For the Triumph of Evil... - Press Release

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      MISTER SANDMAN, GIVE ME A….NIGHTMARE? ON “SLEEPY HOLLOW”

      FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, ON FOX

      Another soldier in the army of evil, the Sandman, seeps into the dreams of the residents of Sleepy Hollow. By infiltrating their minds at night, he tortures them to the brink – all because they, at one time, turned a blind eye to justice. When the Sandman seemingly sets his sights on Abbie, she is forced to begin to face her past – and her institutionalized sister, JENNY (guest star Lyndie Greenwood). With Ichabod by her side, and her life at stake, the duo must try to defeat the Sandman and continue their fight against evil in the “For the Triumph of Evil” episode of SLEEPY HOLLOW airing Friday, Oct. 4 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (SLH-103) (TV-14 L, V)


      Cast: Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane; Nicole Beharie as Lt. Abbie Mills; Orlando Jones as Captain Frank Irving; Katia Winter as Katrina Crane

      Guest Cast: Lyndie Greenwood as Jenny Mills

      Source: Fox

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      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • Question: Loved Sleepy Hollow and thrilled it did so well in the ratings. Got anything on Episode 2? —Henry
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      Ausiello: Though he very much died in the premiere, we have by no means seen the last of John Cho’s Andy.
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      What the heck was that horned thingy at the end of Sleepy Hollow?! — Jerry
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      NATALIE: "That's a great question!" executive producer Alex Kurtzman says. "It's going to be one of the driving questions of the first season." The producers call the horned monster "The Blurry Man," and say that he is responsible for unleashing Headless. His unique appearance is actually inspired by a famous figure, but don't go poring through your Bible to find him.
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    • Sleepy Hollow - Episode 1.04 - The Lesser Key of Solomon - Synopses
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      In 1773 in Boston Harbor, Crane and his colonial compatriots use a colonists’ Tea-Tax protest for cover as they infiltrate a British stronghold and attempt to steal a crate believed by Colonel Washington to contain an item of tremendous power. Unfortunately, the mission doesn’t go as planned and the crate is – apparently – destroyed.
      Present day. Following her visit from Crane (during which he warned that “the Four Horsemen are coming”), Abbie’s sister, Jenny, escapes from Tarrytown Psychiatric Hospital and goes on the run... with a definite purpose. Still feeling guilty for turning her back on Jenny by steadfastly denying their forest encounter with “the blurry man” when they were teens, Abbie petitions Captain Irving to lead the search for her sister. Once Crane and Abbie find Jenny, it becomes clear that she is far from crazy, and far more familiar with Sleepy Hollow’s long history of the occult than anyone, including Abbie, could have possibly imagined. Meanwhile, servants of the Headless Horseman (aka “Death”) make their gruesome presence felt as they, too, search for Jenny, and try to recover a powerful demonic tome used to fling open the gates of Hell in preparation for the coming invasion. Also, Captain Irving and his detectives begin to plumb the depth of the evil that is lurking all throughout the formerly quaint village, and Crane learns the name of the being who has summoned the Headless Horseman.

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      Sleepy Hollow - Episode 1.02 - Blood Moon - Sneak Peek 2

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    • Sleepy Hollow - Episode 1.04 - The Lesser Key of Solomon - Synopses

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      In 1773 in Boston Harbor, Crane and his colonial compatriots use a colonists’ Tea-Tax protest for cover as they infiltrate a British stronghold and attempt to steal a crate believed by Colonel Washington to contain an item of tremendous power. Unfortunately, the mission doesn’t go as planned and the crate is – apparently – destroyed.

      Present day. Following her visit from Crane (during which he warned that “the Four Horsemen are coming”), Abbie’s sister, Jenny, escapes from Tarrytown Psychiatric Hospital and goes on the run... with a definite purpose. Still feeling guilty for turning her back on Jenny by steadfastly denying their forest encounter with “the blurry man” when they were teens, Abbie petitions Captain Irving to lead the search for her sister. Once Crane and Abbie find Jenny, it becomes clear that she is far from crazy, and far more familiar with Sleepy Hollow’s long history of the occult than anyone, including Abbie, could have possibly imagined. Meanwhile, servants of the Headless Horseman (aka “Death”) make their gruesome presence felt as they, too, search for Jenny, and try to recover a powerful demonic tome used to fling open the gates of Hell in preparation for the coming invasion. Also, Captain Irving and his detectives begin to plumb the depth of the evil that is lurking all throughout the formerly quaint village, and Crane learns the name of the being who has summoned the Headless Horseman.



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      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • Ich habe mir eben auch beide Folgen angeschaut und ich muss sagen, meine anfängliche Skepsis- bevor ich es überhaupt gesehen habe, ist vollkommen weg. Ich habe die Serie bis jetzt auch für gut befunden und werde auf jeden Fall dran bleiben. Ich kann Purpel nur zustimmen, auch ich mag die Charaktere und deren Darsteller uuund den britischen Akzent des Hauptdarsteller! *lol1* *ja* (Sorry, I am a sucker for that!) *;)* Und die Serie hat wirklich nur den Namen des Hauptakteures "Ichabod Crane" und den "headless horseman" gemeinsam mit dem Kinofilm. Und die Tatsache, dass wenn die Getöteten ihre "remains" wieder finden, oder hier die Asche der Nachfahren, sie wieder lebendig werden und nochmal leben....
      Ich kann sie nur empfehlen, das einzige, was mich gestört hat, waren die roten Augen des weißen Pferdes, sah irgendwie doof aus damit. Aber als apokalytisches Pferd trägt man das wohl so!? *lol1*

      *and sometimes I feel that I should go and play with the thunder*
    • Kann mich Nörpel und Samm nur anschließen, bis jetzt bin ich schwer begeistert von Sleepy Hollow!
      Die Serie benutzt zwar die Legende als Grundlage macht aber etwas Eigenständiges daraus, und ist bis jetzt recht unterhaltsam. Die Darsteller und wie sie ihre Charas spielen, das macht Lust auf mehr, freue mich schon auf Folge 3.
      "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.LLAP"
      “Don’t you dare think there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you.”


      *rose* Sig by angelinchains
    • Sleepy Hollow - Episode 1.05 - John Doe - Synopsis
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      An unidentified boy is found unconscious by the woods’ edge, his veins blackened. During a brief period of consciousness, the boy – who is dressed in antiquated clothing – speaks in a language Crane recognizes as Middle English. When the EMT who revived the boy collapses exhibiting the same blackening of the veins, the CDC descends on Sleepy Hollow to contain what they fear may be the outbreak of an infectious and deadly disease. After speaking to the boy in his native tongue Crane concludes the lad is somehow linked to Roanoke, the first British colony in the New World, which mysteriously vanished over four hundred years ago. As doctors search for a medical cause and scientific cure for the growing epidemic, Crane and Mills follow the boy’s trail back into the woods in search for answers of an other-worldly nature.
      Meanwhile, when Captain Irving calls in special investigators from the NYPD to help with the ongoing "serial killer" investigation, egos in the Sleepy Hollow Sheriff’s Department get ruffled, leading an already suspicious Detective Morales to take a closer look at Crane; and despite her cynical disposition, Abbie begins to reconcile the fact that she has a major role to play in the battle against evil in Sleepy Hollow, and seeks out the help of a higher power.

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      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.