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Previously on Sleepy Hollow, we learned the devastating history of Ichabod’s son, partly so Tom Mison could look beautifully vulnerable and please me greatly. Plus Henry Parrish returned to Sin Eater the exposition of a story of witches and carnivals (seriously) and charm the socks off of me. And now:
“Hell hath frozen over,” Abbie declares when Ichabod reluctantly parades around in, wait for it, his new SKINNY JEANS. He doesn’t understand her “obsession with my finery” and why she wants him to change what he’s wearing. Maybe because of some of the lingering cave grave damp, Ichabod. *coughs delicately* No dice, though, he’s back in ye olde duds a moment later. Continue reading
Previously on Sleepy Hollow: Haunted house! Scary trees! Babies! Everyone is family! *holds you and sobs*
Ichabod splits wood with an axe, because the producers of this show love me and want me to watch Tom Mison doing hot things outdoors. Abbie shows up to hear his grousing about modern Christmas stuff (including an etymology of eggnog, because that’s way more fun than just spiking things with rum…mmmm, rum), and to his confusion, calls him a Scrooge. But “If I were you, I’d be taking an axe to something too,” Abbie says.
And then the producers show how they really and truly love me as Ichabod looks vulnerable and upset and devastated in the sunlight. Continue reading