There’s no reason to lose your head over having to wait so long for the return of ‘Sleepy Hollow‘ as the Horsemen of Death already has, though according to these clips he’ll be back for the upcoming second season. While Ichabod and Abbie are featured heavily here, we also are shown that the villain they initially felt was their greatest threat is posed to return. Not only that, but they’ll be the ones bringing him back! With the recent exposure of the second horsemen at the close of last season, it almost feels as if he doesn’t seem to rank in the danger department that he once had. At least that’s how I feel they are handling the situation. If I recall, when they went to trap him initially they used a few more precautions compared to what we see here.

In the first clip we see our two heroes back together again in the land of the living. Not only that, but they are in a bank! How anti-climatic. That is, until we see Ichabod go off on one of the major problems with our society in how easy credit can ruin financial stability. He tells off a bank teller quite entertainingly before Abbie pulls him away so they can go for their true goal, something that they left in a bank deposit box.

You can check out what they’ve come to get in the video below:So that seems like a secure place to keep the head doesn’t it? The best part though is Ichabod’s interaction with the teller. I love the line “Thomas Jefferson once said banking establishments are even more dangerous than standing armies.” This can be all too true considering how some have been in the last few years in our society. Nice way to stick in some social commentary guys!

Since the two were at the bank to retrieve the head of the Horsemen of Death, they, of course, have to use it and the next clip examines exactly how they plan to go about doing that.

That clearly is a good idea!

Are you excited to see ‘Sleepy Hollow’ return this Fall? Will you be tuning in to find out more about how they plan to prevent the Apocalypse?
‘Sleepy Hollow’ Season 2 will premiere on September 22nd at 9 p.m. on Fox.

Sources: The Hollywood Reporter, Entertainment Weekly