'Revolution' Video Sneak Peeks: Moving On After a Tragedy in 'Ghosts'
'Revolution' Video Sneak Peeks: Moving On After a Tragedy in 'Ghosts'
Carla Day
Carla Day
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
After Danny's death on Revolution, Rachel and Charlie bonded over their mutual desire to kill Monroe for his attacks on the rebels. In "Ghosts," their relationship is strained over Rachel's abandonment of her family. Will they come together to fight against a common enemy? Or, is the anger too deep to overcome?

Spoiler alert: This article contains Revolution spoilers and clips. You've been warned.

The official synopsis: A final act of heroism by one of their own saves the lives of the Charlie and the gang, but the loss devastates everyone and they must carry on with heavy hearts but increased resolve. Miles (Billy Burke) sets out on a mission with Nora (Daniella Alonso) to recruit his former Militia comrade, Jim Hudson (Malik Yoba) and enlist his savage killing skills. Meanwhile, Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) looks for a power source and a way back into the heart of her daughter Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos). Rachel also attempts to elude the grip of Randall Flynn (Colm Feore), her ruthless former boss and ally of Monroe (David Lyons). 

In the clip, "Family Feud," Rachel walks in as Charlie is cleaning her wound and offers to help. Charlie pushes her mother away and says she needs to go back out to fight. Rachel doesn't want her to go because she's afraid of losing her daughter. Charlie yells at her mother for abandoning both her and Danny. Rachel gets upset and slaps Charlie. 

In the below clip, Danny is buried. Rachel tries to take Charlie's hand but she pulls her hand away.

In the below clip, Miles is packing up to leave with Nora. Rachel asks him if he can stay because Charlie needs him. Miles asks, "How have I made anything better?"

Revolution airs on Mondays at 10 pm ET on NBC.

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