REVOLUTION 1×04 Tonight: We’ll learn more about Rachel

Hey guys, tonight there is a brand new REVOLUTION episode where we should learn more about Rachel. That’s what David Rambo said  in TV Guide’s interview. So do not miss 1×04 tonight! 🙂

This is the part of the interview regarding Elizabeth’s character (it contains SPOILERS):

“There is a bombshell about the family and Rachel,” Rambo says. “The final moments are pretty shocking.”

After learning that Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) is a hostage of Monroe (David Lyons) and that Miles (Billy Burke) founded the militia, what other revelations remain? Rambo says Monday’s episode does include some information about why Rachel left her family, but he stopped short of saying how that plays into the shocking moment.

Source: TV Guide (there’s more spoilers about other characters in the article).

I made a facebook cover + avatar with the photos from REVOLUTION 1×02.

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We recently added in the PRESS page the latest interviews with Elizabeth and other old (but new) ones from 2006 and 2000, and also updated the REVOLUTION’s info page, adding a section for the ratings and the episodes’ info page.

One thought on “REVOLUTION 1×04 Tonight: We’ll learn more about Rachel

  • October 8, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    This is so exciting to see that there is going to be another bombshell dropped on the viewers of Revolution! I can’t wait to see what happens, and I’m assuming it’s going to involve Rachel. A lot of my coworkers at DISH have given up on it already, but I am going to stick around for a while longer to see if it does a better job going forward. I’m very interested to see where the story leads, so it’s good that my Hopper will record every episode with the PrimeTime Anytime feature, so I don’t have to worry about missing an episode. I really hope that this is the beginning of a huge success for Revolution, because I could see them trying to drop a bomb on us every other week or so!

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