Sleepy Hollow Episode (1×04) Review – “The Lesser Key of Solomon”

Posted October 10, 2013 by @Angelized_1st in Entertainment, Sleepy Hollow, Television / 0 Comments

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Abbie Mills’ ‘Green Eyed Monster’ Reared Its Ugly Head in “The Lesser Key of Solomon.”

Even though the episode kicks off in Boston Harbor on December 16, 1773, we learn more about the Boston Tea Party’s true origins in the present day. This week’s episode of Sleepy Hollow still continued to deliver the thrills and chills of the previous three weeks, but also managed to offer up some important answers. Not only did we get a new puzzle to Abbie’s backstory, but we also learned more about Jenny Mills as well. Also, after waiting four weeks, viewers finally learned who summoned the Headless Horseman.

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“Remember when I told you this place was going straight to hell? I hate being right.” Jenny made a run for it at the end of last week’s episode, and this week Ichabod and Abbie went looking for her. During the course of their search, Abbie discovered just how difficult Jenny’s life has been when she visited one of her sister’s foster parents. Aside from this incident being an eye-opener for Abbie, Ichabod also learned how alone the sisters really are. Abbie was already feeling guilty about lying about the Demon, and seeing how her sister was mistreated at her foster home-made Abbie’s guilt worse. When the writers decided to make Abbie do something so horrible as abandoning her sister, it’s important to show her trying to atone for her “sins.” Abbie’s guilt was a great move on their part and had repercussions throughout the episode. (More…)


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