Review Billy Grifter 10 Jan 2014 - 16:23
This review contains spoilers.
2.10 The Three Amigos
There was me thinking I’d seen the last of turkey, and then Revolution came back.
What The Three Amigos reminded me of most is how far from the original premise this show has wandered. Because people have entirely given up even mentioning the power outage issue and their focus is decidedly south of the border.
Our three Amigos in this instance are Miles, Rachel and Bass, who head to Mexico to hang out with Bass’s long lost son. It’s as simple and as dumb as that statement makes it sound, as when you leave people for decades they’re invariably either not where you left them or the same person when you come back.
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