After a somewhat confusing opening, Sleepy Hollow put Crane and Abbie back in the thick of things where as Henry Parish put it, “War is hell.” He may possibly have meant purgatory since Katrina and Abbie are both still there. This opening episode of season two continued to walk a fine line between comedy and fantasy. The very beginning of This is War gave a knowing nod and wink to Hannibal Lector and Silence of the Lambs with the image of Parish as super intelligent nemesis and his wearing a Lector-type of prison uniform
After last week’s episode of Private Lives of Nashville Wives, the girl’s all get together to have a rehash before the bus ride home, in Bless and Release Erika feels bad about her outburst at Jenny’s party the night before. She feels bad about “attacking” Jenny, but as Anna says, the business woman pushes everyone. Cassie reveals that the atmosphere has lightened up since Jen has gone and Erika feels like she’s blown her last chance to connect with Jenny.
Last night’s episode of Private Lives of Nashville Wives: To Tell the Truth contains more cringeworthy moments than any in season one so far. Sarah Davidson, who is going through a divorce with her husband Dallas, is performing in Chicago and the ladies have all gone up to give her some much needed support. Sarah goes up north in a tour bus that seems to be a lot happier than the bus ride undertaken by the remaining gals who are taking the road trip from hell.