Everyone is devastated by Danny's death. Miles and Nora set out to recruit a former militia comrade. Meanwhile, Rachel attempts to elude the grip of Randall.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Neville (credit only)
Joseph Deckert
Jim Hudson


After Danny's funeral Miles leaves the rebel headquarters determined to find his former senior people who supported him when he tried to kill Monroe. The first is Jim Hudson and with Nora accompanying him quickly learns where his old comrade is living. He doesn't get a very warm reception and Hudson, now married and living a new life, doesn't want any part of killing Monroe. He's left with little choice however. Back at the rebel camp, Rachel tries to connect with Charlie who has grown cold since the death of her brother. Randall Flynn shows Munroe how he can track the pendants when they're turned on. They locate the two pendants in Aaron's possession and launch an attack against the rebel camp. Rachel knows exactly what needs to be done. A flashback shows how, a year before the blackout, Randall Flynn learned that his son was killed on duty in Afghanistan. He was also Rachel's boss who ordered the weapon fired on the night of the blackout. Written by garykmcd

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1 April 2013 (USA)  »

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In the library Jim Hudson hands his aide a copy of Stephen King's "The Stand". Another hint that the story bears a lot of resemblance to King's novel. See more »


Flynn is shown in flashbacks receiving news from an Army officer that the Secretary of the Army regrets to inform him of the death of his son. Flynn is later seen holding his son's dog tags which say "Marines". A USMC or U.S. naval officer would have notified the Flynns had their son been a Marine. See more »


Randall Flynn: ...But you either let the grief define you or you learn from it.
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References Conan the Barbarian (1982) See more »


Revolution Opening Theme
By J.J. Abrams
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Poor Portrayal of KIA Family
28 May 2013 | by (Vallejo, California) – See all my reviews

While I still like Revolution, I don't like how they portray a family who lost someone due to action in Afghanistan in this installment, and I'm lowering my overall rating and will probably modify my overall review besides. This episode depicts the Randall Flynn character, obviously selfish, as having lost his son who was serving. How can they justify this depiction with so great a sacrifice? So far, almost to the end of the season, with one more episode left, there's no explanation of Randall's turn, nor why he chose Monroe's side even over others. Then again, many of the main characters have their hands dirty, e.g. Rachel. Moreover, now a main basis for fighting involves Danny's being killed. Go figure!

I actually purchased this episode, one of several, on Amazon.com over the official Memorial Day Weekend which just ended, almost catching up with the series since its break last November. Traditional Memorial Day is May 30. While the video quality of the purchased HD episodes is very good, the episodes NBC shows also look very good. I still plan to watch the series for now.

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