|Sons of Liberty|
Although the Sons were best known for being radical patriots, they appear as fancy, civilized gentlemen who like having actual tea parties instead of protesting against Britain. Tuddrussel convinces the group to train to be radicals, but they eventually give up. Larry seems to join them temporarily before Otto transforms them into hooligans with coffee, sending them out to act in the Boston Tea Party. The two most notable members in the episode are Samuel Adams and John Hancock, but Paul Revere and Benjamin Rush, who appear in later episodes, were also known members.
The Sons of Liberty was an underground organization against Parliament and the Crown. Its motto was "No taxation without representation." The Sons of Liberty is most famous for its opposition of the Tea Act, represented by the Boston Tea Party.