If you are able to, please go and show your support!
Date: October 12, 2014.
Time: 3-4 PM.
Location: Main Stage 1-D.
Where do you see that? I can’t find it on the schedule.
I have the strangest feeling that the Kindred is going to be the Tuxedo Mask of this show. Popping up out of nowhere, offering support,
motivational speechesrandom garbled nonsense and then gallop away into the night leaving the gang confused, but reassured.
This show is bonkers, man.
And then we find out later that Kindred and Abbie were married in a past life and Ichabod is their child?
As some of you might have been aware from various tumblr posts last week (literally the only way I found out about it), Orlando Jones and Lyndie Greenwood were in Sleepy Hollow last Friday (the town, not the show). I found out about it Thursday night and then promptly spent the rest of my waking hours freaking out, because Sleepy Hollow is about 20 minutes from me and I was getting out of work early the next day for unrelated reasons. This was fate, clearly.
I drove down early, got a good parking spot (of which some old man sitting on a bench advised me that I didn’t have to pay the meter, he doubted they’d be ticketing on account of exciting celebrity happenings), and then settled into the crowd that was forming outside the police department/municipal building where the ringing in of Halloween season was to take place.
There were a lot of teenagers and children and I was alone, which made me feel super awkward. Several adults were milling about, fangirling over Orlando to one another, which made me feel slightly less awkward. (Only slightly.) A woman from the cemetery handed out walking tour pamphlets. The PR woman from Fox flitted around introducing herself to media.
AND THEN THE HEADLESS HORSEMAN GALLOPED DOWN THE STREET AND INTO THE CROWD.
other people’s family shit is so awkward
One of my favorite things about this show is when it historically nitpicks and then uses the magical teapot of Thomas Jefferson to pour holy water to seal the Fissure of Destruction that will inevitably be located just outside town.
- quote from this review on io9.