Warning: We're about to run down the biggest TV moments from Monday night. If you don't want to be spoiled on a particular show, skip to the next!
Sleepy Hollow: Ichabod. Is. Going. To. Kill. Abbie. Well, he's going to end up giving her soul over to the big bad, which is basically the same thing, right?
Yep, that's the bombshell that Moloch dropped on Ichabod at the end of tonight's fall finale, leaving us to fret over the fate of our new favorite friendship on TV until Jan. 13. (How rude, especially after Abbie gave Ichabod a stocking with his name embroidered on it for Christmas. Awww!)
But let's back up, shall we? In the episode, we learned more about Ichabod's son: His name was Jeremy and Katrina learned she was pregnant after Ichabod began his three hundred year-long nap. We also learn that Jeremy inherited Katrina's witchy powers and was able to start fires with his mind and that he was eventually buried alive (thanks to a hex on his heart) by a coven of witches, the same coven that placed Katrina in purgatory. Anyone else care to wager that we will be seeing Jeremy pop up in Sleepy Hollow by season's end?
The Voice: Season five's five finalists, Cole Vosbury, James Wolpert, Will Champlin, Jacquie Lee and Tessanne Chin, took the stage for the NBC reality hit's semi-finals and man, did they all bring their A-game, proving this season may just be the best yet.
But our picks for the night's best vocals would have to go to the ladies. Tessanne's (Team Adam) rendition of Simon and Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water," a song covered by many reality competition contestants before her, was chill-inducing, while Jacquie's (Team Christina) take on Sarah McLachlan's "Angel" brought tears to our eyes.
The question now is whether or not Cole (Team Blake) and Jacquie are good enough to stop Adam Levine, who still has three contestants in the running and hasn't lost one since Nov. 7 (!), from winning this season and adding The Voice's trophy next to his Sexiest Man Alive award on his mantle.
Almost Human: And the award for funniest moment of the night goes to Fox's new drama, thanks to the hilarious scene in which robot Dorian dropped his pants and showed his human partner Kennex what's he working with. Why? Because Kennex walked in on another synthetic while they were changing and saw...nothing. Yes, it seems like most synthetics do not have private parts. (Dorian isn't like most synthetics though, right?) We're talking Ken doll status, people! Just take a look: