“Go Where I Send Thee” è un episodio interlocutorio, where Abbie and Ichabod cement their relationship by fighting the monster on duty, che questa volta è il Pifferaio Magico. Non il Pifferaio di Hamelin, come precisa Crane, ma uno spietato assassino, molto abile con la spada e amante degli affari.
More introspection and less action in this episode of Sleepy Hollow, played on the emotional conflicts of all the characters, in spite of the fighting Knights. Everything revolves around a magical coin (none other than one of the pieces of silver Judas), pushing the betrayal, or rather brings out the darkness that is within each of us, Although hidden deep.
The little Jeremy Crane had taught us: If you can't fight alone, created a monster friend to do it for you; and his adult version replicates the story with that sort of avatar on horseback. But now even the dad makes his monster staff, the "Kindred", a pile of corpses with the head of the Headless Horseman, the only being able to counteract the latter.
Last season's finale was beautiful, with those final ten minutes that revealed an unexpected and shocking truth: Henry not only is the Knight of war, but is the son of Ichabod and Katrina. Personally I had some doubts about the loyalty of the Sin Eater, but it slipped quickly (because it was my favorite) and I was thinking that it might be the little Jeremy Crane.