Revolution (2012–2014)
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Soul Train 

As Miles and the others near Neville and his men, Nora re-connects with a fellow rebel. Orders from Monroe up the value of Danny's life.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson
Col. John Faber
Young Jason


After burying their friend, Miles, Charlie and the others continue their quest to rescue Danny. They learn that Monroe now has a working train and Miles is certain Danny will be transported to Philadelphia. Nora contacts a fellow member of the militia and she decides to blow up the train, even if it puts Danny's life in danger. Danny meanwhile is having a hard time with Captain Tom Neville. In flashbacks, Neville's life at the time of the blackout is revealed. He is clearly prepared to do whatever is necessary to protect his wife and son. In Philadelphia, Rachel tells Monroe about the pendants. Written by garykmcd

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15 October 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The character played by Jeff Fahey is named Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson. That was the name of David Soul's character on Starsky and Hutch (1975) right down to the nickname. See more »


When Captain Neville and Miles are knife fighting in the train yard, Neville has stubble on his face. A short time later, Captain Neville goes to move Danny from the bank vault and he is clean shaven. A short time later, Captain Neville is outside the train preparing to leave and he once again has stubble. See more »


Captain Tom Neville: Aw, come on! Who's next? Danny boy? You're up?
Danny Matheson: No. No thanks.
Captain Tom Neville: Come on. The rest of these bootlicks are too afraid to hit hard. But I know how you feel about me.
Danny Matheson: I'm not gonna fight you.
[punches Danny in the face]
Captain Tom Neville: You gotta toughen up, son.
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Revolution Opening Theme
By J.J. Abrams
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This was a really disappointing episode
3 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

I have had certain problems with all the episodes, but this one was really bad. If you are fighting the evil empire, you cannot allow them to have a train, so many more would die, so one life would just not be justified. Even so, given that cars can be separated, why not separate the car from the train, and let the engine be destroyed. Also, if the engine is destroyed, that does not even mean that the train will be derailed. Also, how did Miles know the right log. There are a whole bunch of other inconsistencies in the whole series. Without railroads, there would be pretty much no way for any group to be able to control a significant part of the country considering that there would be a lot of patriots to the original US, particularly in the heartland of the US, so revolts would be common. WOuld probably have been better to concentrate on fighting the bad guys instead of finding one person.

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