Abbie: Mr. Crane, I'm Lieutenant Abbie Mills.
Ichabod: (chuckles) A female lieutenant. In whose army?
Abbie: You're not gonna break character, huh?
Ichabod: You've been emancipated, I take it?
Abbie: (chuckles) Excuse me?
Ichabod: From enslavement.
Abbie: Okay. I'll play along here. I am a black female lieutenant for the Westchester County Police Department. Do you see this gun? I'm authorized to use it. On you.
Ichabod: If you're insinuating I endorse slavery, I'm offended.
Abbie: Wait, back up. You're offended?
Ichabod: I'll have you know I was a proponent of the Abolitionist Act before the New York Assembly.
Abbie: Congratulations. Slavery has been abolished 150 years. It's a whole new day in America.
Ichabod: Um. Well, I'm pleased to hear it. I on the other hand remain shackled here.