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It’s Freda vs. Hakeem in the rap battle of the century, but how will this affect his Pepsi endorsement deal or the unborn child he doesn’t know about? Life is so complicated!
There’s an even bigger, badder big bad coming to Sleepy Hollow, but the FBI is on it like– DAMN IT, JENNY, DID YOU GET POSSESSED AGAIN?!
It’s a very Gotham wedding, but not really. Jim makes out with Barbara, but not really. Barbara falls to her death, but not really. It’s all very interesting, but not really.
Cookie’s new plan for a concert in the park is no picnic, and her nice romantic dinner with her son is all kinds of weird.
Introducing the Red Lady from Corabee/a nursery rhyme monster as scary as can be/she attacks and she stings and she makes you crazy/when she haunts the good people of Sleepy (…Hollow)
Penguin crashes Theo’s election party, because it ain’t a Gotham party until at least a dozen random bystanders are brutally murdered.
When Booth and Bones come to Sleepy Hollow, even an army of zombies somehow can’t keep this crossover interesting.
Oh no, Hakeem got kidnapp– oh wait, no, he’s back already. So… what are we gonna do with the next 45 minutes of this episode?
Let’s all give Butch a hand for trying to infiltrate Theo’s gang, even if it didn’t go all that well for him. Also, Cat is getting all Catwoman-ish to help Firefly.
When the tooth fairy comes prowling around Sleepy Hollow, you’ll learn just how important flossing really is.
Det. Gordon, who you don’t care about because he’s not the Penguin, faces off with a new villain called Firefly, who you don’t care about because he’s not the Penguin.
If you think they know how to throw an office party on Mad Men, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
When you’re having trouble coming up with a monster of the week, why not just smush together two from last season? Toss in an evil dagger, some mumbo-jumbo about Jack the Ripper, and stir.
When the FBI comes a-knockin’, Lucious and Cookie put aside their differences, call a truce, and decide to co-produce a music video together. It doesn’t go well.
Detective Jim Gordon is moving up in the world under the wing of Gotham’s new top cop. Meanwhile, kidnapping Penguin’s mother seems like an especially dumb move on behalf of the city’s new top bad guy.
There’s a secret-eating monster on the loose in Sleepy Hollow, and it’s totally ruining Ichabod’s dinner with Abbie.
Lucious invites the family over for dinner to celebrate his homecoming from prison. He’s also got a plan to sabotage Cookie’s new label and destroy it from the inside out, as if she wasn’t doing that already.
Gotham’s 1% know how to party, but the joke’s on Jerome when the city gets a new hero.
It’s a mid-series reboot for Sleepy Hollow as FOX attempts to pull this demon-obsessed melodrama out of Hell with a number of welcome changes. The season 3 premiere gives us many reasons to smile, mostly from who’s gone forever. Bye-bye, Katrina and your whiny headless boyfriend!