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The Patriot and the nano storyline have been separate so far, with the group being divided and each of the characters following their own quests. O’Bannon said that both of these stories will come together in the last episode of the season and the nano storyline will become a huge factor, with Rachel taking center stage. Mitchell for her part said she really enjoys being part of both the Patriot and the nano world.
O’Bannon teased the aftermath of Jason’s death, stating that it will have an emotional resonance but gives the series a right turn. It will hit Charlie in an unusual way and her means of dealing with it will be unexpected. The decision to kill off Jason was a difficult one to make but O’Bannon assured that ultimately it shows that any character is vulnerable and it makes the stakes more real. He also warned to be prepared for Neville to revert back to his old self and become even worse.
When asked if Rachel would be providing Charlie with comfort and helping her cope with her loss, Mitchell admitted that Rachel isn’t the best person to come to for help with problems. However, she believes Rachel is trying to lay moral hope and also be a good mother. She will try her best to help Charlie with the situation but whether Charlie accepts that help is yet to be seen.
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Truman launches a mustard gas attack against Miles and Monroe; Miles agrees to join Monroe in a ruthless scheme to beat the Patriots; Aaron becomes increasingly alarmed over the nanotech’s power.
Episode 2.20 – Tomorrowland
Episode 2.21 – Memorial Day
Episode 2.22 – Declaration of Independence
Miles is separated from the group during a confrontation with Texas rangers; Neville demands information about Jason’s location; Aaron makes a discovery.
Is Charlie going to die on Revolution?! — Hayley
These promos don’t look promising, do they? Allow executive producer Rockne S. O’Bannon to throw more gasoline on the fire. “[Wednesday's episode] may not be for everyone,” he says. “We’re totally prepared for some of our regular viewers to come at us with pitchforks after a certain shocking event in this episode.” Need help sharpening your pitchfork, Hayley? -TvGuide
Question: Any scoop for Revolution‘s Charloe fans? While Monroe has shown signs of jealousy of Charlie’s relationship with his son, all signs indicate the coffin on this relationship has been sealed shut. They seemingly hate each other. –Karen
Ausiello: “Never give up hope” continues to be the mantra of executive producer Rockne S. O’Bannon. As he tells us, “Sure, Charlie and Connor are a natural hook-up. But there’s no denying that Charlie and Monroe have history. Certainly that’s on Monroe’s mind. Stay tuned.” BONUS SCOOP: In the coming weeks, Revolution will uncork its most mind-blowing episode yet. -TvLine
Frustrated with Neville (Giancarlo Esposito), Jason (JD Pardo) turns to Miles (Billy Burke) with crucial information about the Patriots’ next steps for Texas. Determined to derail the Patriots’ plans, Miles and Monroe (David Lyons) rush to Austin with Jason, Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Connor (Mat Vairo) in tow. Meanwhile, Aaron (Zak Orth) grows suspicious of Priscilla’s (Maureen Sebastian) increasingly unusual behavior.