REVIEW: Revolution – Season 1 Episode 14 "The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia" – Episode Recap & Review

REVIEW: Revolution – Season 1 Episode 14 “The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia” – Episode Recap & Review
By Yael

We finally get to see outside the Monroe Republic in Revolution’s ‘
The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia’ but if you haven’t seen this episode yet, then read no further and consider this your official SPOILER ALERT! 



Rachel and Aaron seek out the woman in the Planes Nation who can guide them through The Tower, while Miles, Nora, and Charlie head into the Georgia Federation to stop a nuclear bomb. 
Rachel’s friend reveals that the “nanobots” not only turned out the lights but were keeping Danny alive – as well as her partner who has cancer. 
Elsewhere we meet Alec, Miles’ former sidekick, who reminds the audience that Miles betrays everyone. But has he changed?
In the final moments, the president of the Georgia Federation confesses her plans of war against the Monroe Republic and offers Miles’ an army of his own. But will he take it? 

Even with all the big reveals, this episode didn’t seem to get us anywhere… and from the beginning, the show hasn’t really been moving forward either. What did you think of this episode? Were you happy to see what the world outside the Monroe Republic looked like? Leave your thoughts in the comments & don’t miss all new episodes of Revolution, Mondays on NBC. 



On a completely different note – did this episode seem a bit Whovian/ Ninth Doctor to you? Nanobots… or nanogenes? And as Jane said, saving everyone else but she “could lose you”… No? Just me? Okay. 

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