This episode brought forth a new storyline of far future Dreyfuss and future Crane, who appears to be worse for wear. It would seem that it's not useless for Molly to see this future, meaning she must be able to alter it. It was interesting to get the background on the Jennings' team, and to see the care that every one of the current team shares for each other. I continue to appreciate that Agent Thomas trusts Crane and, more importantly, trusts Molly with Jenny. Alex and Jake very firmly bonded this episode. The question is - will it remain strongly platonic? I think they see themselves more as "brothers in arms" than "lovers in arms." Interestingly, Molly has seen this corporate future, and so has Dreyfuss, and Jenny has shared this with Diana, but it doesn't appear anyone has told Crane! I'm guessing this will come back to haunt them.
This episode had rapid pace and was amusing. The visuals and effects continue to be excellent. In particular, Ansel's sigils being activated looked cool and the Greek Fire was beautiful. Direction continues to be smooth with good pacing. It's nice that the audience now knows what the object is, what it is intended to be used for, and why both Dreyfuss AND Ansel want it. It's also nice that while Diana is understandably worried about Molly and her fate, she's not gnashing her teeth, and accepts the weird stuff that she's seen. I hope that the inevitable let down for Jake is not too painful, because I hate to see people emotionally manipulated. I really enjoyed the fact that Crane's pep talk to Molly's soccer team was interesting and funny and I, in particular, relished that the girl's were fascinated and curious and the show didn't make them look weak, foolish or scared. Bravo!! I appreciate that we will be coming back to Sleepy Hollow. It was fun to explore DC, but it will be nice to return home.