In this episode of Revolution Fan Podcast, Tom, Jenn, Shelley and Stephen talk about Revolution season 1, episode 2, Chained Heat. We also read and play feedback from our last episode.
Topics we covered were:
- whether Charlie is annoying
- guns versus swords in this environment, and the Baltimore Act
- the excellent editing in this episode
- Rachel’s situation with General Monroe
- the walking times over the distances between the Illinois cities
- are there 2 groups (Militia, Rebels) or 3 separate groups (Militia, Rebels and “device” owners)
- a discussion of Randall – named after Randall Flagg?
- the things on Grace’s computer screen, including Rachel, Grace, and Randall’s names
- Nora with the rebels and Miles with the Republic
- Maggie, and whether she’s not exactly what we’ve seen
- technology that could work without electricity that we have not seen yet: steam engines, diesel engines, water wheels
- past and future episode names (“Chained Heat” “No Quarter” “Plague Dogs” and “Soul Train”)
We played and talked about a voicemail from Audrey from Texas. We talked about the Revolution / Star Wars analogy.
We talk about a Twitter conversation with Chris Chambers.
We read and talked about an email from Bill Bailey, about whether Aaron will power Charlie’s iPod or Maggie’s iPhone.
We thank those that have re-tweeted us on Podcast, including Maria Howell and many others.
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