If anyone is rolling in their grave because of Sleepy Hollow, it’s more likely Washington Irving than any headless horseman. Surprisingly though, Sleepy Hollow‘s pilot was not a bad a way to kick things off for a supernatural show that also integrates (potentially) a police procedural in the way Grimm has done. While Sleepy Hollow ultimately has more in common with the ill-fated Zero Hour in terms of mythology and epic, world-ending consequences, its biggest problem is its desire to connect in any way to the original tale, to which it bares very little (i.e. no) resemblance. And yet, it’s actually kind of fun. Hit the jump for more.