Post by AntiArbitrator on Oct 20, 2013 18:58:34 GMT -5
I am looking forward to seeing how Monroe will keep everyone in the Matheson family from trying to kill him. Then, there are the murderous Patriots who will recognize him. Heck, his former soldiers probably want to kill him too.
But he is still one of my favorite sociopaths. When his eyes water, I forgive him for everything he has done.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Oct 24, 2013 22:13:14 GMT -5
I love having the gang together again. Now all we need are Tom and Jason to show up. This is the ultimate "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" scenario.
Aaron has turned into an extremely interesting character. Who would have thought that when we first saw him? He is like The Hulk...don't make him angry. His friend's philandering bully husband was the first victim of his anger. I understand now why he wanted to leave...he really cannot control what happens when he is upset.
I thought things might work out with Bass after they fought off the Patriots, but he ruined it when he shot the Texas Ranger. Although that might precipitate the war they want, it makes Bass seem unstable.
The Patriots are worst than the Monroe Republic. They are sending people to a camp to reprogram them and I am sure they will kill anyone who flunks the reprogramming.
P.S. Why did Jason and Charlie separate? Was he still angry that she did not defend him when people accused him of being a spy?
Did his father take him away after the nukes exploded and they just kept running?
I enjoyed the episode for the most part.....until they killed Bobby...I mean Jim Beaver's character of the Texas Ranger. Jim Beaver never gets to live: he was killed in "Deadwood," "Supernatural," and now, here, in "Revolution." Dammit.
Bas sure is luck that neither Miles nor Rachel killed him outright. He blew any kind of "in" he had with Miles after gunning dow Bobby the Texas Ranger who Miles was trying to recruit. Of course, he didn't seem to think that his boss would do anything other than sign a treaty with the Patriots, so maybe Miles action, awful as it was, may work.
Loved Charlie and Miles reunion. He's become really attached to her. Not so Rachel. Their relationship is very dicey.
Aaron is confusing to me. What is with this possibility of his having some kind of supernatural powers. I still don't understand the significance of the fireflies. but I'm glad Rachel tracked him down and brought him back.
Neville has absolutely no core. He'll double deal, lie, cheat, kill to get whatever it is he wants. He may rival Bas in his immorality. Not that I trusted that female "US government" chick. And the people out to kill her looked like they were dressed in the same uniforms. Which faction is on the level?
So next week it looks like Bas is going to be executed. I don't think it's gonna happen. He's too good a character to kill off this soon. We'll soon see.