Miles, Charlie, Nora and Aaron struggle to separate fantasy from reality on an underground journey to Independence Hall. Meanwhile, Monroe starts to grow suspicious of Rachel.

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Danny Matheson (credit only)
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Having reached the outskirts of Philadelphia, Miles manages to convince the rebels that he can deliver Monroe's head to them. They agree to work with him and are soon traveling through the city's subway system to get into town. They begin to hallucinate when their oxygen supply thins out. They also have to deal with a traitor in their midst. Charlie learns why Miles left the militia. Rachel has agreed to build an amplifier that will expand the power and range of the pendants. Major Neville begins to doubt her sincerity and has a way to test what she's doing. Written by garykmcd

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19 November 2012 (USA)  »

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The episode is named after a song by Led Zeppelin. See more »

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When the Group joined by the Rebels are down in the tunnels they begin to hallucinate because of the lack of oxygen. However it takes at least half a day for the oxygen to run out in a 10-by-10 metre room containing 10 people (which is about the number of their group). In the show they are trapped in an abandoned train tunnel which is definitely much larger than a 10-by-10 metre room and haven't been down there for more than a day when they begin to hallucinate. In theory they should be able to survive down there for days. See more »

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[stabs her replacement Dr. Jaffe in the heart and looks at Monroe]
Rachel Matheson: Now you need me.
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Since I've Been Loving You
Written by John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
Performed by Led Zeppelin
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