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Sleepy Hollow season finale recap: A Horseman of a Different Color

You think you know from crazy finales? Well, you ain't seen nothing yet



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Sleepy Hollow

Season 1, Ep. 12 | Aired Jan 20

A visual representation of  how I felt at the end of Sleepy’s “oh-my-God-is-this-seriously-happening” first season finale (warning: strong language ahead):



Seriously, guys, I don’t even know where to start.

Orlando Jones warned us to expect a “devastating” finale… but now that season 1 is actually over, even “devastating” seems like a bit of an understatement. I mean, just look at how episode 13 leaves all of our heroes: Irving’s being held after confessing to two murders he didn’t commit. Zombie John Cho is trapped within Zombie George Washington’s secret zombie tomb. Jenny is lying possibly dead in the middle of a deserted road. Abbie is stuck inside an episode of Are You Afraid of the Dark, with only two creepy Mini Millses for company. Katrina’s in need of rescue once again, thanks to Headless’s grabby hands. And Ichabod – noble, virtuous, kinda-like-Angel-but-90-times-hotter Ichabod – has, kinda like Angel, been caught in a coffin and buried alive by his onetime ally Henry Parrish. Who’s actually the Second Horseman of the apocalypse. And, oh yeah, also Ichabod and Katrina’s long-lost son.

Like I said:

I can’t even begin to fathom how the Sleepy team is going to resolve this deliciously wicked cliffhanger stew when the show returns for its second season in the fall. Luckily, fathoming such things isn’t my job… at least, not when there are still two glorious Hollow hours waiting to be dissected. So without further ado, here’s that recap you ordered.

NEXT: Wait, did I mention Zombie George Washington?