REVOLUTION Midseason Poster | 1×10 BTS photos | 1×09 Ratings&Reviews

UPDATE: New poster added. I don’t get why they keep using photos with dark hair. *_*

REVOLUTION Fall Finale Poster (Source: TV Line)

REVOLUTION 1×10 BTS photos

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Revolution did the same of last week: 1×09 Viewers: 7,04  million, A18-49:  2.6 (18-49 leader)

REVIEWS:

  • That moment easily solidified Rachel as my favorite character on the show in addition to one of my favorite moments in the series so far. (TV GUIDE)
  • Fact: Elizabeth Mitchell just pulled off one of the most bad ass moves in the history of television. #Revolution (TV Addict)

Pendants, revealed! Thank god for verbal exposition. On Captain Neville’s (Giancarlo Esposito) behalf, Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) finally explained the limits and abilities of the pendants. Though it would have been nice if the information was integrated a bit more seamlessly, at this point in the season I barely care how I get answers as long as I get some (because the questions keep piling up!). Now about Randall….

True colors After we had begun to lose faith in Rachel’s moral compass, our belief in the Matheson matriarch was finally restored — but at quite the price. Instead of building an amplifier for the pendant as promised, it turns out Rachel was building a time bomb to murder her captor. But after Bass discovers her betrayal, he promises it’s the end of the road for her and her son. Fortunately, Rachel, quick and ruthless as ever, doesn’t hesitate before murdering her former colleague (and the only other person with the knowledge to build Monroe’s amplifier). That moment easily solidified Rachel as my favorite character on the show in addition to one of my favorite moments in the series so far.

Source: TV Guide

Elsewhere, Rachel gives Neville and one of Monroe’s other top guys a walk-through of how the pendants work — powering up anything within a 10-foot radius — and thus illustrates their shortcomings for military/field use. Ergo, she is busy constructing an “amplifier” that will turn the pendants up to 11, affording a half-mile range. How soon can Neville expect to begin “murder[ing] thousands of people?” as Rachel puts it. “Soon,” she reports.
If, that is, she actually were buidling an “amplifier.” But she is not, and the distrustful Neville suspects as much. As such, he advises Monroe to have Rachel’s former colleague — the smart yet utterly stoopid Brad — to inspect her work. “It’s a bomb,” he tattles. (We pause for a moment to appreciate the irony of Elizabeth Mitchell tinkering with a bomb again. Where’s a heavy rock when you need one? We’ll go dutch! What?)
With her deliciously duplicitous plan exposed, and Brad handy to take over work on the amplifier, Rachel is deemed no longer necessary and is about to be brought to slaughter when she grabs a sharp thingamajig and lunges at Brad, stabbing him to death. “Now you need me,” she snarks to Monroe. Touché. What did you think of the episode “Kashmir”? Did you appreciate the Led Zeppelin cues? Did you cheer Rachel’s gutsy move? When can Aaron shave? And are you ready for next week’s midseason finale?
Source: TV Line

Elizabeth Mitchell Revolution

Fact: Elizabeth Mitchell just pulled off one of the most bad ass moves in the history of television. #Revolution
Source: TV Addict