All I wanna do is dreaaaam. Dream, dream, dream, dream, dreeeaaaam. The Sandman is out to punish people, and Abbie is on his list! Abbie has to face one mistake from her past in order to survive, and Ichabod has her back all the way. He even uses the power of his thirst to somehow merge himself into Abbie’s dream. Stopping the Sandman includes Ichy paying a visit to Jenny to let her know that there are now two people who believe her.
Quotes from the podcast: “I love that I can say, I can meta, that this Black woman, Jenny, was wronged by these different people, because they were looking out for themselves, and we have them being punished for it. For wronging her, for doing wrong by her.”
“Is the emancipation line the last we’ll see of Ichabod being awkward/inappropriate about people in the 21st century? Because ever since that line we’ve only gotten him being awkward about things, 21st century things, not 21st century society. […..] I’m wondering if the show is telling me that aside from the things, there’s no difference for Ichabod. 1700s, 2000s, aside from the technology it’s all the same. So then you get people thinking that for Abbie, 2000s, 1700s, it’s all the same. She’d just have to adapt to not having a car, and that’s it.”
“I’m wondering why aren’t Jenny and Abbie the Witnesses. They are the ones that were passed out in the woods for a couple of days. Ichabod’s just like, ‘yeah, it’s you and me.’ But why is it you, Ichabod? What did you see? All he did was create the Headless Horseman by taking his head off.”-Cana
“The tea was already made, too. Like how did they know to make the tea? It looked like Kool-Aid, first of all. Green Kool-Aid. He’s like ‘this tea is so and so.’ Like, do they just keep it on hand, just in case they wanna have dreams?”-Cana