It took some time, but angels were finally introduced on Sleepy Hollow Season 2 Episode 12. What did you think of Orion? Yay or Nay? Will we see him again before the season finale?
Join TV Fanatics Stacy Glanzman, Whitney Evans, Jim Garner and Henry A. Otero as they discuss the rogue angel and his agenda, Irving's return and much more. Join us in the comments section, won't you?
Share your thoughts on the angel, Orion. Were you disappointed he had his own agenda? Will we see him again?
Stacy: I liked him and thought he and Abbie made a connection, so I was definitely disappointed he had his own agenda, though not really surprised. Abbie still has the charm he gave her to contact him, so I think there's a good chance we'll see him again.
Whitney: I wouldn't say I was disappointed. I kept thinking, he can't really kill the horseman, right? How can there be a Sleepy Hollow without the headless horseman? Abbie and Ichabod being the ones to stop him was a nice twist.
Jim: I want Orion's chakram weapon so bad! That thing was AWESOME looking. My wife said I "squee'ed" a little when he handed Abbie the "baby" version - but I have no memory of it. I'm sad that he turned out to be a bit on the crazy side, but I'm sure we will see him again.
Hank: I felt the same way Stacy did. It seemed Abbie and Orion had made a connection, not so much. He was basically using her for his own end. I just wish the witnesses would catch a break and get some "supernatural" assistance. I'm sure we'll see Orion again.
Stacy: Ichabod's confusion over organic produce. Produce not always being "farm to table" as Abbie put it would definitely be baffling to him!
Whitney: "Isn't all produce organic by definition?" Oh, Ichabod. Never change.
Jim: Only one I really remember was the same one Stacy and Whitney mentioned about the produce. It was classic, but discussed well above.
Hank: Definitely the one Whitney mentioned. Crane's observations are always hilariously on the money.
Is Katrina insane setting the Horseman of Death free? Is guilt really motivating her? Can the Crane marriage be saved?
Stacy: I don't know if it's guilt that's motivating her, but I suspect it's something more than that. She and Ichabod have not been on the same page lately and I think she feels a connection to Abraham that she doesn't want to admit is there. Setting him free was probably a bad idea, but I think he'll keep his promise. I hope their marriage can't be saved, I have yet to see any chemistry between them as it is.
Whitney: I don't even know what to say about Katrina anymore. Her character is in need of some major rehabilitation. I guess she feels guilty about what she did to Abraham, but he's the freaking Horseman of Death! You can't just set him free. And in regards to the Crane marriage, they will need some serious counseling if they want a shot at saving it. Do they even like each other anymore?
Jim: I don't think she's insane, she's just use to doing things her own way and being her own boss. Being thrust into a "team" environment is clearly not sitting well. I hope she and Ichabod can get back to being happy with each other, I hate seeing them at odds.
Hank: I'm not sure what's motivating Katrina anymore, and I'm not sure I care. She's a character we're supposed to like because Ichabod loves her and she's his wife, but I'm pretty much over her. The writers seem to be using her to cause conflict and that's a shame.
How did you feel about the Jenny/Hawley team up in this installment?
Stacy: Hawley needs to make up his mind! He clearly likes both sisters and I don't want to see him come between them. I don't really care if he dates either one of them, I just don't want to see him cause problems between Abbie and Jenny.
Whitney: It was okay, but wasn't he eyeing up Abbie like one or two episodes ago? It just seemed odd that he was all the sudden jealous of Jenny like that. I'm sure it will make the fans happy though, because no one wanted to see that love triangle play out.
Jim: I'm glad he finally came clean with her. Though, the writers need to decide which sister he is going to pursue, as Whitney mentioned, it seemed like was giving Abbie "goo-goo eyes" just a few episodes ago.
Hank: I enjoyed their dynamic this week and hopefully he sticks to Jenny and leaves Abbie out of it. I'll say it again, no need for a love triangle on this show. There are too many other interesting story arc's to get to.
Captain Irving is back! Any theories as to how he's returned and is he something other than human now?
Stacy: I'm guessing it has something to do with signing his soul away, but other than that I have no real theories. I am glad he's back though!
Whitney: I love Irving and his death was really heartbreaking, so his reappearance was a nice twist at the end. I'm thinking he isn't human. And like Stacy said, I'm thinking it has something to do with that blood oath.
Jim: He returned because this is Sleepy Hollow and I'm sure he is more than human now. And while I'm glad to see Irving back, doing it one episode after he died really took all the "shock" and "awe" out of his death. After he died you wondered if any cast member was safe, now we know that if their name is a main credit they aren't leaving anytime soon.
Hank: While I'm thrilled Irving is back, I have to agree with Jim. Bringing the character back so soon took all the shock out of his death. I do think he's not quite human anymore. As I mentioned at the top, our witnesses need some "supernatural" assistance. Perhaps Irving will now fill that role?
Sleepy Hollow returns with an all new episode next week. Check out Orlando Jones' thoughts on Irving’s return below.