Familiar faces re-appear as a confused Aaron awakes to a world with power.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Neville (credit only)
Dr. Gene Porter (credit only)
Soldier 1
DOD Representative
Mike Davis ...
Chris Hayes ...
Chris Hayes


Aaron suddenly awakens on March 5, 2014 in his apartment with his wife Priscilla. There is no blackout and everything is functioning normally. Aaron has several attacks of deja vue however as he sees people that he knows - Rachel, Dr. Horn - but can't quite place who they are. He soon realizes - with a bit of help from Charlie, who he dug out of the back of his mind - that it's all a nano-induced dream-like state to get him to repair the deteriorating software code. Written by garykmcd

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Also references Terminator when Aaron calls Dr. Horn "Skynet piece of crap". See more »


The morning news reporter says, "Good Morning New York" leading us to believe they are in New York, but they are actually in Austin, TX. See more »


Aaron Pittman: Blackout or whatever the hell, that's the dream. I mean, who would even want that nightmare to be real? This- this is real. Got a great house, and I got cold beer, and I've got internet porn and you, and there is nowhere I would rather be.
Priscilla Pittman: I love you. Except for the porn part.
Aaron Pittman: You married a red-blooded American male.
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Mr. Blue Sky
Performed by Electric Light Orchestra
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9 March 2014 | by (Vancouver, Canada) – See all my reviews

Finally Revolution is amping up the volume, the intellect, the script- writing and I LIKE IT.

Mainstream/Broadcast TV (not specialty networks) has to cater to a PG13 audience... It's hard for adults to truly immerse themselves in these TV series that are meant to be escapes from reality but are so fake you cringe at the sub-plots...

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