Post by AntiArbitrator on Oct 4, 2012 15:51:19 GMT -5
I have a burning desire to know the answer to some of these questions. And I am sure others would like to know also. Some answers might be more time sensitive than others, so which ones would you like to know first?
Although I would like to know things like where do the women get their perfectly fitting clothes and why Monroe was #1 in the militia instead of Miles, I wanted to narrow it down to ten. Sorry, folks.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Oct 4, 2012 16:06:44 GMT -5
SoCal, you are too darn fast! I should have asked you to make the poll. Those questions are hilarious.
Although "who will NOT make it past next episode" is important, I did not choose that one because I'm sure it's going to be Maggie. We can't have "the other woman" around now that we know Rachel is alive, right?
I really want to know what Randall did with Grace. May Randall is just a crazy ex-boyfriend.
No, I think the fact that Randall has a pendant and an electric cattle prod and kicked in Grace's front door means he's someone of some importance, otherwise, why not show his face? And why would Grace send a message to whoever she's communicating with, "Randall is here?"
I hope you're right about Maggie. I don't find her character that appealing, at least, so far. But with Kripke in the driver's seat, you never know who's gonna get off'd. I never saw John Winchester's death coming.....
Post by AntiArbitrator on Oct 4, 2012 18:56:49 GMT -5
John Winchester's death was heartbreaking. Kripke does delight in throwing us a curve ball. I think we need to keep Aaron so he can hack some computer equipment. Even though Grace is careless about her front door, is not good at lying, and did not realize she needed to erase Danny's tracks to her front door, I think I like her.
Post by Mistermoonlight on Oct 6, 2012 19:58:24 GMT -5
I'm betting it's Maggie too. The group needs the computer guy, so I'd be surprised as hell if it was him. However, from a storytelling point of view it would just blow me away if it was. That would mean that literally anything could happen.
Loved his reaction to hearing Marvin Gaye.
Grace is the character who interests me most, because she obviously knows the secret about the power, and what happened.
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I just saw a commercial for the upcoming episode and this time the narrator said something like....."she won't make it out alive."
So we know a woman is going to die. Now, which one will it be. I'm hoping it's Maggie, too. NOt that I don't like her, I just don't think her character is that interesting as compared to the other female characters we've been introduced to.
But it's early enough that I can live with anyone getting ganked.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Oct 7, 2012 13:16:26 GMT -5
Gank anyone but Miles. Revolution is like Supernatural in the way that it makes characters stand out for me so that I will remember them in the future. I recognized Miles' face, but could not remember from what. I have seen all the Twilight movies (only because I read the series and Jacob is exciting) and did not realize Billy Burke plays the role of Bella's father, Chief Swan.
I'm hoping it's Maggie that doesn't make it out alive. It's not that I don't like her, I just don't see any purpose to her character, really. I almost think Maggie was a character that was made just for the purpose of killing her off early in the story to make the story go on.
If it was Nora that didn't make it out alive, I wouldn't be too surprised as she could have done that as a sacrifice, she seems to be the type of character who would do that.
If it was Grace or Rachel, I would be surprised. I don't think they would throw in a couple of twists like that (Grace able to turn on the power and Rachel being alive) and then kill them off right away.
I would be shocked if it was Charlie who didn't make it.
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