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The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia 

Monroe becomes paranoid when Neville disappears. Jason makes a big decision. Miles experiences romantic attraction towards both Rachel and Nora.

Director:

Nick Copus

Writers:

Eric Kripke (created by), Paul Grellong
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Billy Burke ... Miles Matheson
Tracy Spiridakos ... Charlie Matheson
Giancarlo Esposito ... Tom Neville (credit only)
Zak Orth ... Aaron Pittman
David Lyons ... Sebastian 'Bass' Monroe
Daniella Alonso ... Nora Clayton
JD Pardo ... Jason Neville (credit only)
Elizabeth Mitchell ... Rachel Matheson
Kate Burton ... Dr. Jane Warren
Leslie Hope ... President Kelly Foster
Dayo Okeniyi ... Alec Penner
Avis-Marie Barnes ... Beth
Kyle Clements ... Reed
Craig Leydecker Craig Leydecker ... Ryan
Josh Murray ... Cop
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Storyline

Miles, Nora and Charlie head to the Federation of Georgia where Monroe plans to use his atomic bomb. Monroe's men are traveling ahead of them and when they arrive at a guardhouse, Miles finds his own knife there. He now knows that Monroe's man is his former protégé, Alec. Flashbacks tell their story. Georgia is very rich and its president has a proposal for Miles. Rachel and Aaron meanwhile search out Rachel's friend Dr. Jane Warren without whom, she says, they will never be able to turn the electricity back on. Monroe learns that Neville and his wife have disappeared. Written by garykmcd

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 April 2013 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

The title for this episode come from the "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" written in 1972 by songwriter Bobby Russell and was sung by Vicki Lawrence. See more »

Goofs

Alec in Atlanta has a portable radio to talk to Monroe in Philadelphia, who uses a base station. Portable radios only have a range of a few miles (less inside a building such as where Alec was), and depending upon the antenna and terrain base stations only have a range of under 100 miles. In order for him to talk to Monroe, his radio would have to work like a cellphone and go through a network of towers. Since there was no power between Philadelphia and Atlanta and they are about 760 miles apart, it would be impossible for the two to communicate as was shown. See more »

Quotes

Charlie Matheson: I've never left the Monroe republic.
Miles Matheson: My God, you're a hick.
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Soundtracks

Revolution Opening Theme
credited
By J.J. Abrams
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Cant FIND it, cant WATCH it
22 April 2013 | by atlantis1960See all my reviews

This episode first aired during the Boston marathon airing. Anyone setting their CVR's to record the show was greeted with the horror of the Boston bombing.

Every since, its been a chase-tail trying to see this episode. Not being able to see it tosses the entire show into the gutter, because I for one, insist on watching episodes in order.

You cant see the show on NBC, Youtube, or any other else place I've tried to see the show.

They wont even post the episode the episode on Direct TV. They just hold on to the same old episodes everyones seen since the dawn of time.

Good luck if you find the episode "Night the lights went off in Georgia". I for one, am done looking and waiting for it, and that means Good Bye REVOLUTION.

It WAS good there, for a while.


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