Tomorrow the thirteenth episode of Revolution will air. Since the return of Revolution after it’s hiatus fans have received one dud episode and one that was above-average but suffered from some sloppiness. Last week’s episode (Ghosts) certainly set the stage but suffered from improbable knife fights and characters doing things for no obvious reasons. Early indications are that tomorrow’s episode will certainly up the ante. By the looks of it Major Neville will be captured by the resistance and Rachel is set to explain why the blackout occurred. There is also something with a nuclear bomb but I won’t write more less I should spoil too much.
Despite a mediocre first half of the season I still find myself drawn to Revolution. It is slowly growing on me in a similar fashion to Terra Nova. Revolution’s second half of season 1 will probably be a lot better than the first half. However, there is also a risk that the show will burn itself out and cause viewers to tune out. Something similar happened to The Event.
If you’re still willing to give Revolution a chance but haven’t viewed any since its return to the air. Than I suggest you suck up episode 11 ‘The Stand’ and enjoy episode 12 ‘Ghosts’.
Below you can read the promo for episode 13 ‘The Song Remains The Same’…
WHILE NEVILLE FACES PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL JEOPARDY, RACHEL STRUGGLES TO RESTORE THE POWER AND HER SELF-RESPECT- Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) faces danger and hard choices as Monroe (David Lyons) doubts his loyalty, he disowns his son Jason (JD Pardo) and gets captured by Miles (Billy Burke). Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) begin slowly patching their relationship only to be pulled apart again as Rachel suddenly embarks on a quest to restore the power and her self-respect. She must make a dangerous journey to the mysterious Tower as it holds her only chance at redemption. Also starring Zak Orth, Daniella Alonso, Colm Feore, Kim Raver, Malik Yoba and Derek Webster.
Here are the promotion stills for Revolution…
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