After just a few episodes, Sleepy Hollow has taken TV by storm. Before another new episode airs, ET has a behind-the-scenes look at the fantasy drama series' production.
For those who are just tuning in to the series, it follows the story of "Ichabod Crane" (Tom Mison), who rises from his grave in Sleepy Hollow after perishing in the Revolutionary War in 1781 while he was on a mission for then-general and future U.S. president George Washington.
On Monday night's episode of Sleepy Hollow, entitled "The Lesser Key of Solomon," we are taken back to 1773, when we discover that Ichabod was largely responsible for the Boston Tea Party. Although it was a pivotal moment in the Revolutionary War, we also discover that he had ulterior motives for sparking the riotous protest.
However, Ichabod's plan doesn't quite work out as he mapped it out and is met with resistance (of the explosive variety) when he attempts to seize a crate with something of great value inside of it.