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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. [Watch out, though: Spoilers ahead!]

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Miles (Billy Burke) officially joins the rebels, but with one condition: he brings on his own militia officers. Too bad Miles' old friend Jim isn't exactly keen to relive his past. But as always, Monroe's men show up at just the wrong time, forcing Jim to take up his sword once more. It's too bad for Jim, because his poor, unsuspecting wife isn't exactly thrilled when she discovers his secret life.

It's weird, though. I barely know this character, but I was so sad when I saw the way this war, which has barely begun, already tore his world apart. Can't anyone in this show just be happy?!

Who's really in charge? Even before he had (actual) power, Monroe (David Lyons) was always in complete control. That is, until Randall came waltzing driving in. Now for the first time, we've seen someone who can truly stand up to our favorite dictator — and it's absolutely fantastic! I am head over heels for Monroe (even if he is evil), but it's fun to see him thrown off balance. Randall joining forces with Monroe has really altered the power dynamic of the series. Where do you think the "alliance" will go from here?

Seriously, dudes? Governor Affleck, really? He's come a long way since his Gigli days. Calling him king of the "heathens" isn't exactly fair. Then again, thank you for at least implying some celebrities survived the apocalypse. I've been wondering what happened to the Kardashians, Jolies, Lohans, etc. since the power went out. Cameos, please!

Rachel is a little too slap-happy Slapping Miles was one thing, but slapping Charlie? Totally uncalled for. Then again, Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) has been held captive for how many years? Her social graces might be just a tad off. Yes, her daughter is spiraling out of control, but as a viewer, I'd take lying, unbalanced Charlie over the pouting ingénue we met in the pilot. So chill out, Rachel, and let's see where this goes!

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