Before Revolution's two-week hiatus, the freshman drama left us hanging in a major way when Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) gave in and told Monroe (David Lyons) how to reverse the blackout. But now that Rachel's officially started helping the militia, does that make her the enemy?Lost and V, is no stranger to serialized mysteries and morally gray characters. "They're just my favorite," she tells TVGuide.com. "I think it's because I grew up studying Shakespeare and Chekov. I like these big, big shows with the archetypes. And the fact that it's an ordinary person in an extraordinary situation and what that shows about who that person proves to be, good or bad."The blackout has certainly brought out a different side of Mitchell's character Rachel. When the lights went out, Rachel was a wife and mother who was far from equipped to deal with the chaos and violence that followed. "She's not in any way a badass," Mitchell says. "She's not the person most likely to survive. She's not any of those things. She's a highly intelligent mother of two who's devoted to her kids."
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