‘The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia’ saw Revolution cross the border into the Georgia Federation, a land of wealth and fairly comfortable living. Between what Georgia can grow and what it gets in aid, Georgia is capable of not only a good standard o more
“Must be what God feels like,” muses Rachel’s old friend Jane (Kate Burton), referring to the two Militia men whose faces she melts off thanks to a high tech phaser. While the comment most certainl... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Andrea more
Miles, Charlie and Nora headed to the Georgia Federation to stop Monroe's nuclear attack. Meanwhile, Rachel and Aaron contacted an old friend for information needed to turn the lights back on. Check out the conflicts they faced while on their journeys. Re more
Where we left off: Team Charlie was down two members as Rachel and Aaron left on a dangerous mission and Monroe acquired a nuclear bomb. In tonight's fourteenth episode, "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia", Rachel and Aaron continue their journey t more
In " The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia " Miles brings Nora, Charlie, and his excess baggage to The Georgia Federation.
The Georgia Federation is already an interesting development, and its President, Kelly, is the complete opposite of Monroe. more
This week’s Revolution, ‘The Song Remains the Same’, saw the secret of the blackout revealed and Neville captured by the rebels. It was quite a good episode — as long as you were able to suspend your disbelief in the face of a ridiculous revelation.
Rachel told everybody what caused the blackout, but you know what? It's not even that important. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/revolution-the-song-remains-the-same-review-the-secrets-out-but-it-doesnt-really-matter-136552986612/