On Monday's Revolution, two of our heroes—and a few of our villains — will come face-to-face with ghosts from their former lives.
While Aaron (Zak Orth) has been absent from the action recently, he finally gets some much-deserved attention when he runs into Priscilla (Maureen Sebastian)— the wife he abandoned in the woods fifteen years ago.
The past came back to bite our heroes right in the bum on Revolution. In "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia," we saw old friends, old enemies and a few that are a mix of both. Read on for the eight biggest burning questions from the latest episode. [Warning: Major spoilers ahead. Watch out!]
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Monday's Revolution answered the question we've all been waiting for: What caused the blackout? So let's not waste any time before digging into the seven burning questions from "The Song Remains the Same."
[WARNING: Major spoilers ahead. Read at your own risk.]
Revolution continued to add questions on top of questions this week, but I'm not complaining. "Ghosts" set up a lot of interesting changes to the NBC drama that will dramatically shift the series' tone away from the simple Miles vs. Monroe dichotomy. Read on for the nine biggest burning questions from Monday's episode....