Not too long ago we had posted a list of names shown up on Grace’s computer. Thanks to Keisha for recognizing some of the names while being on set, we are now able to narrow the list down. The following names listed below are part of the ‘Revolution’ crew. While it is unlikely that these names will be actual characters on the show, can we still be hopeful?
List of names on Grace’s computer from Episode 1×02 “Chained Heat” who have been identified:
Julia in Atlanta: Loving the twist that Revolution’s Rachel is alive! What’s next for her? We’re loving it, too! As fans saw at the end of last week’s episode, Charlie’s presumed-dead mama is actually being held captive by militia-man Monroe. And, according to Elizabeth Mitchell herself, upcoming episodes will find Rachel doing “anything to survive. The things she does will get you going. You’ll be like, ‘Noooooo!’ Honestly, every day I go to work and I’m like, ‘Don’t judge her.’” But wait—there’s more! “Right now, my poor character’s hiding half or maybe even 3/4 of who she is,” Mitchell tells us, “but there’s little glimmers of wicked in there. She may actually end up turning evil. I mean, she certainly has cause.” And what if Rachel does end up going down that dark path? Says Mitchell, “I’d be totally on board with that!”
If you noticed from Revolution’s “Chained Heat” episode, Grace was re-booting her computer as Randall was heading into her house. During this time Aaron was giving Maggie the “usb power pendant.” As Grace’s computer came back on, a list of names were populating which included the Rachel and Grace (those we already know). Randall is the third on the list. We know he exists from the end of the episode, but how soon will we find out more? Who are these people? Are these all the people that carry the “usb power pendant” and/or those involved with the power turning off?
In this epic adventure thriller, a family struggles to reunite in a post-apocalyptic American landscape: a world of empty cities, local militias and heroic freedom fighters, where every single piece of technology — computers, planes, cars, phones, even lights — has mysteriously blacked out … forever.