REVOLUTION 1×11 REVEALED
This is an interview with Elizabeth from the podcast Revolution Revealed Episode 11.
So what do you think of Revolution 1×11? I’m so happy to see she has a lot more to do on the series. Rachel is the most interesting character of this show. Not only she knows everything, but also she carries all the burden, I mean I don’t think anybody else has been through what she’s been through and Elizabeth’s performance was so heartbreakig! And the chemistry with Miles… There’s really something in there! I can’t wait to find out!
Revolution 1×14 The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia – Synopsis
||SPOILERS|| Monroe’s paranoia is fueled by the disappearance of Neville and Jason’s big decision; Miles and Charlie grow closer; Miles feels attracted to both Nora and Rachel; Rachel tries to turn the power back on
Revolution 1×11 Ratings
Revolution final ratings: 7.03 million, 4.3/7 – 18-49 leader: 2.6
Revolution” avoided the steep fall-off that some other dramas that took long breaks suffered in recent years. It was in line with its last few episodes of the fall, although it did fall off a good amount in its second half-hour.
Revolution Recap (Parts regarding Rachel)
WEAPONS QUEST | Rachel suggests that they get some power of their own to battle Monroe. She and Miles head off in search of an old coworker named John who’s got missile launchers. On the way there, they have a particularly loaded conversation as Miles reveals that he thought he saw her dead body. He apologizes and promises he never would have left her behind if he knew she was really alive. For the second time since they’ve been reunited, it looks like the two are about to kiss – until Rachel asks him to take a step back. Was the idea that Monroe killed Rachel the thing that broke up the guys’ friendship? Was Miles in love with her?
At John’s, Miles and Rachel are like kids in a candy store, checking out the arsenal of weapons. But the fun is cut short when John reveals that the mysterious Randall got to him. Rachel is horrified to learn that Department of Defense suit got into the tower – presumably the place where he currently has Grace working to get the elevators operating so he can get to level 12 – and tries to reason with her pal about the “unbalanced” DoD figure. Taking a different approach, Miles is able to get out of his restraints and overtake John before Randall arrives.
REBEL, REBEL | Nora and the rest of the gang arrive at the resistance’s central headquarters in Annapolis, Maryland. Rather than running, the rebels decide to stay put and face Monroe’s helicopters. Everyone, including Danny, volunteers to be part of the first line of defense. Although they have many in number, the fighters are clearly out-powered once the gunplay starts. Thankfully, Miles and Rachel arrive with the missiles just in time to even the playing field a bit. When Miles gets blown back by an explosion, Danny grabs the missile launcher and takes down one of the helicopters. But the victory is short-lived as he’s
outlived his story purpose riddled with bullets.
Later, Rachel says her goodbyes to her dead son – and then cuts into him. From under a scar – the one from the experimental procedure Danny had done a year before the blackout? – she retrieves a blinking blue gizmo. Is it the work of Randall, who earlier this season promised to help her sick unborn child? Was it part of the treatment? What the heck was wrong with the youngest Matheson? Or was the gadget something Randall inserted into Danny in exchange for treatment? Speaking of the baddie, he and John drive to see Monroe and offer their services to him.
Revolution fans, what did you think of the show’s return? Were you surprised to see Danny killed off so swiftly? Got any theories about what’s on level 12 or that thing inside Danny? Are you as intrigued as I am about Miles and Rachel’s history? Hit the comments with your thoughts — but first, grade the episode below!
Source: TV LINE