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The first season’s incredible two-episode finale packs loads twists and cliffhangers.
After a month-long break, the danger in ‘Sleepy Hollow’ is still ever-present. Yet much of the energy feels lost after so many weeks without our team of Apocalypse fighters.
After another week off, Sleepy Hollow is back for its Fall Finale. Jewish mysticism slips into the series as its witchiness ramps up. Plus, John Noble makes his return (finally)!
This week’s episode reflects on family — and marks a return to the monster-of-the-week format.
I don’t have any real complaints about this episode, except why did it have to end?
In the episode of the series to date, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ continues to alter American history by revisiting Paul Revere’s historic midnight ride.
This was possibly the best episode of the series so far.
John Keith says the series’ fifth episode is a run-of-the-mill one-off.
Check out John Keith’s recap/review of the first season’s fourth episode.
Check out John Keith’s review of ‘Sleepy Hollow’s solid second episode.
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