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Tom started by talking about the violence warning which we have seen just once before. Miles and Monroe had 3 bouts of their showdown, but Miles told him why he left / tried to kill him, and later why he couldn’t kill him – they will always be brothers.
Tom thought it was strange that Nora just killed all of Dan’s people, the Tower protectors. I understand that they are on the opposite side of Rachel, Aaron and Nora who each have their own reasons for turning the power back on. But I guess there wasn’t any way around it in this case.
It’s complicated between Miles and his feelings for Nora and for Rachel. However, things may be simpler now that Nora’s dead…
So, they get the power back on, and it seems the power plans, electric grids, and local wiring is pretty much intact after 15 years (16 years now?) without being serviced. That’s probably a place for suspending disbelief.
So, why all the lightning outside the Tower where Monroe was?
And finally, was this really the former US Government’s plan to turn on the power, and to launch missles at Philly and Atlanta? That’s kind of destructive.
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