The story of Revolution continues with “No Quarter,” the third episode in the gripping first season. Share your thoughts here.
Last week’s episode of Revolution, “Chained Heat,” showed us Miles leaving to find Nora with Charlie following him. Upon arrival at a prisoner camp which happens to have Nora, they free her and the others, and at the same time steal a sniper rifle. Nora is revealed to be a member of the Rebels.
Meanwhile, Aaron and Maggie went to Grace’s house to pass off the flash-drive given to them by Ben. We also saw Danny giving Captain Neville some difficulty. The episode ends with a big reveal that Charlie’s mom was still alive.
Tonight’s episode continued on with the narrative. Nora, who continues to be on the run from the Militia, took Miles and Charlie back with her to the Rebel camp. The truth behind Miles’ involvement with the Monroe militia was revealed.
At the same time, Aaron and Maggie searched for Grace, who was taken from her home last week by the strange and mysterious Randall. We also got the opportunity to see Danny standing up against one of Captain Neville’s men.
Revolution is written by Eric Kripke (Supernatural) and produced by J.J. Abrams (Lost, Fringe). It stars Tracy Spiridakos (Being Human) as Charlie, Billy Burke (Charlie Swan in Twilight) as Miles, and Anna Lise Phillips as Maggie, Ben’s girlfriend and Charlie’s companion.
Next week on ‘Revolution’
Revolution 1×04 airs in a week on Monday, October 8 at 10:00 pm. The episode will be titled “The Plague Dogs.” The episode was originally titled “Lowell, Indiana” which tells us a little bit about where our characters are traveling and the path on which they might follow.
This episode will show us Charlie and Nora, after rescuing Miles from the Militia, teaming up with Aaron and Maggie. Shockingly, Nate is tracking their every move along the way.
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