Sleepy Hollow: "Go Where I Send Thee" Airs Tonight!

Happy Hollow Day to all! Tonight's episode "Go Where I Send Thee" promises more creepy scary goodness, but it's not all monsters and demons. Tom talked to Marisa Roffman from GiveMeMyRemote.com about one of the more lighthearted scenes from tonight's episode, in this interview clip:

 

 

 

Tom Will Answer Questions Live on Facebook Tomorrow!

Photo by Christopher Polk

 

Is there something you've been dying to ask Tom? You'll have your chance to personally ask him tomorrow, when he takes fan questions on EW's Facebook page, starting tomorrow at 3pm ET. 

EW has also posted an exclusive clip from Monday's episode (complete with a Franklin name drop, naturally). Tom very proudly admitted he made a stunt coordinator squeal (presumably in terror?) while shooting this scene!

 

 

NYCC: Sleepyhead Meet Up!

 

If you are going to NYCC for the Sleepy Hollow panel this Sunday, October 12th, come and join fellow Sleepy Hollow fans for a meet up afterward at the Headless Horseman (15th and Irving) at 7pm. If you can make it, an RSVP to TomMisonFans@yahoo.com would be appreciated so we know how many to expect.

Hope to see you there!

EW Extra: Why Tom Wants to be a Lannister

 

Entertainment Weekly posted a little bonus for us on their site, about what show Tom would like to make a guest appearance on, if he had his choice. He chose one of his favorite shows, Game of Thrones:

Tom Mison: Yeah, whenever I hear about the Game of Thrones shoot, I always feel sorry for people like Kit Harington, who are in the freezing cold, snowy—I think they’re in Iceland or somewhere. [Ed. note: He's right.] Which is cool—I’d love to go to Iceland. But working in the snow, and then you get other people who are in Malta for three months…

EW: Sunning themselves on the shore.
Exactly. That’s why I’d rather be a Lannister.

You’ve sort of got the looks for it.
Yeah?

You’ve got the—
—the sinister look in my eyes? [Laughter]

The blue eyes. You look inbred, is what I’m trying to say.
Thank you very much, thanks. Weak ankles.

That’s a great way to start the interview.
Tell me I look inbred. Perfect. [Laughter]

Well, that was awkward. Worst start to an interview ever?

Make sure you pick up this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly with Tom's full interview, which is on newsstands today!