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Revolution Review: Where Loyalties Lie

There were plenty of familial ties to go around in "Ties That Bind" and some head scratching developments as well.

The family ties are still the strongest aspect Revolution has going for it, and it’s great to see some of the other major families, aside from the Mathesons, get some time. Tom and Julia’s actions to get Jason out from Monroe’s clutches and keep him from being sent on a suicide mission to California are downright cunning. Their loyalties aren’t in line with the Republic, but with their family; since those loyalties are bound to blood then they are easily malleable. Read More...


| Nov 16, 2012 11:49PM EST
I think the whole family idea went into overload this episode. This guy that works at DISH with me pointed out that sine there is no more internet the family ties must be a lot stronger and it would appear so. And Neville’s story keeps getting more and more intriguing. Just watching his wife and him lets you know what their family is capable of when threatened. I can’t wait to see what happens on the next episode. I forgot to set my DVR to record it before I left to my mothers for Thanksgiving and almost turned around, lol. But then I remembered my Hopper from DISH automatically records the big four networks during prime time, so it will be waiting at home for me when I get back and I don’t have to worry about getting yelled at for being late.

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