[Video] 'Revolution' Sneak Peek: The Rebels Make a High Level Capture
[Video] 'Revolution' Sneak Peek: The Rebels Make a High Level Capture
Carla Day
Carla Day
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
On Revolution, fortunes shift as the rebels make a high level capture from the Monroe Militia. Meanwhile, Rachel has to make a decision about her future. Should she stay with Charlie and fight? Or, should she go after Randall and the Tower? Plus, there's a surprise kiss on "The Song Remains the Same."

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

Official synopsis: (Giancarlo Esposito) faces danger and hard choices as Monroe (David Lyons) doubts his loyalty, he disowns his son Jason (JD Pardo) and gets captured by Miles (Billy Burke). Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) begin slowly patching their relationship only to be pulled apart again as Rachel suddenly embarks on a quest to restore the power and her self-respect. She must make a dangerous journey to the mysterious Tower as it holds her only chance at redemption.

Check out the promo for "The Song Remains the Same."

Highlights from the promo: 

  • "Something went wrong on the tower. I never did find out what." -- Rachel
  • "So we have to go there, right?" -- Aaron
  • "I'm going to turn the power back on." -- Rachel to Charlie
  • "I'm not letting you do this." -- Miles
  • Miles and Rachel kiss!
  • "We're all on the same team, right?" -- Jason
  • They capture Neville and Charlie rifle butts him in the head.
  • "Temper, temper, Miles." -- Neville.

Julia Neville's upset that she has to pretend that her son is dead. She proclaims, "Jason is not dead." Tom reminds his wife that if Monroe finds out that Jason betrayed the cause, the leader will question their loyalty as well. "Once you found out that, how long do you think we'd keep breathing," asks Tom.

Revolution airs Mondays at 10 pm ET on NBC.

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