In New Vegas, Charlie became the leader of men on Revolution. She was given the manpower the rebels need in order to overtake the Patriots. Monroe was pushed aside for the young warrior. While on set last month, the cast spoke about how their characters will react to Charlie's new position of power.
Check out what they had to say about Charlie's new fighters.
Elizabeth Mitchell (Rachel): I think the fact Charlie is a warrior and a weapon and having all of these troops at her disposal is not a surprise as much as it makes your heart sick. You realize that here's this vibrant, amazing woman, who could do anything and has the strength to be anything she wants to be. But she doesn't think she has any other option.
Billy Burke (Miles): I think [Miles] does take a little bit of pride in what she's become, but he's also deathly afraid of what she's become. What she's becoming is a little him and never in a million years would he want that to be the case.
Tracy Spiridakos (Charlie) : I think Charlie's always somebody who's up for a challenge whether she knows she's going to do it right or if she's going to fail at it. She's always going to go in 1000%. That's one of the things I love about her. It doesn't even matter what you throw in her face, she's never going to turn around and say, "I can't the responsibility." She's just going to go for it and see what happens. So when the opportunity arose, she just goes for it.
Revolution airs Wednesdays at 8 pm ET on NBC.
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