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Abbie's dreams are plagued by an eyeless creature that sends her visions of the future and the past. While she tries to work out her issues, Abbie investigates two mysterious suicides with Ichabod and they realize that the creature from her dreams is responsible. To avoid becoming the spirit's next victim, Abbie must face her past and what happened between her and her sister Jenny.
Abbie gets a call and arrives at the station. Irving introduces her to Dr. Mara Vega, a forensic psychologist, and tells Abbie that Ichabod is already interrogating their subject. They go to the interrogation room where Ichabod is talking to a teenage girl: Abbie. Irving explains that they captured her with Vega's help. Abbie goes into the room and Ichabod, his eyes glazed white, tells her that the truth will set her free. The door is locked behind Abbie and she demands that they let her out. As she pounds on the mirror, a pale blind figure approaches her.....Read the full recap
Ichabod: And what, pray tell, was I doing in your dream?
Abbie: Freaking me out even more than usual.
Jenny Mills: Who are you? Abbie's new boyfriend?
Ichabod: We are amicable, and yes, I am male, but I suspect you're implying something else.
Jenny Mills: What's your name, tall, dark, and British?
Ichabod: My name is Ichabod Crane.
Jenny Mills: Huh. What do your friends call you? Icky?
Ichabod: Not if they wish to remain my friends.
Jenny Mills: Hmm. Sense of humor, too.
Ichabod: What is the cause of the rift between you and Miss Jenny?
Abbie: I told you, it's complicated.
Ichabod: I was born more than two centuries ago, and my wife is prisoner in some otherworldly realm. I'm no stranger to complications.
Ichabod: I requested coffee from the charwoman in the entrance hall, but she said you're particular to this beverage.
Abbie: She's called a receptionist. Or Wendy.
Seamus Duncan: I don't know where you came from, but you can drop your "friend of the tribe" schtick. No one's a chief, no one lives in teepees, and no one has powwows. Got it?
Ichabod: You stopped having powwows? I rather enjoyed those.
The last thing we need around here is another episode of The Twilight Zone
The Twilight Zone
is a 60s TV series featuring tales of fantasy, horror, and science fiction, often accompanied by a "twist" ending.
Seamus Duncan: You guys into time travel? I got a tricked-out DeLorean in mint condition.
Marty McFly is the main character in the three Back to the Future movies, a teenager who uses a time-traveling DeLorean to visit the past and future and alter his own history.
Seamus Duncan: You want me to go all kemosabe and cast a spell and do a rain dance?
"Kemosabe" is the fictional term that Tonto uses to address the Lone Ranger in the radio and TV shows, and various movies. It means "faithful friend."