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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by pmyers, Oct 30, 2012.
Long before, and in a galaxy far away
(hope I'm not smeeking)
They had a ton of bows and arrows in the first couple episodes. They seem to have forgotten about them or lost them or possibly both.
Found an interesting Revolution video clip on NBC.com:
Seems as though Monroe has captured one of the project scientists who worked on the amulet "device". The clip is here, but you'll have to watch a commercial first:
This next episode should be interesting.
So where was the filming? And what old building?
Only thing I've recognized for sure so far is the old Sticky Fingers shot a few episodes ago.
I guess NBC didn't bother to re-broadcast it for a significant portion of the viewers, this is a good time to quit the show.
I thought they rebroadcasted it on Friday?
On Friday they filmed at the 5229 Castle Hayne Rd and 5219 N. College
Back in September, down the street from me at the 3725 Marathon.
Here is a pic as I drove by 5219 N. College
It's not a very good photo as I took it while driving :O Also it was later in the day and they had started un-propping it.
I thought they had the Telethon for all Comcast channels on Friday night? I guess I missed it.
just like previews and promos for hells kitchen
charlie impressed me that she actually was going to follow thru on it
i still think it's crazy that 'she' kills the leader and the people just let everyone go...no loyalty there
They probably were just as happy to be rid of the guy.
I'm really looking forward to tonight's episode based on the previews!
They had originally scheduled "Revolution" to re-air at 8:00, but then put the telethon on at that time and moved "Revolution" to 10:00.
I don't think Revolution aired at 10 near me. I had already seen it though.
I loved how Nora was on the verge of death, unconscious from a knife wound and subsequent infection. Then a shot of adrenaline and she's awake and back to normal. Sure she got some homemade penicillin, but really?
She has Super Miles' blood in her now, duh.
Well, she wasn't on the verge of death. Just unconscious and recovering. And definitely not "back to normal." She still seemed woozy and a bit disoriented when she woke up.
My TiVo tried to record a rerun on Saturday night, but when I played it to see what episode it was, it was a local new special about the election. So I assumed that the rerun aired in other markets, but since our market got the original run of the episode on Monday, 10/29, the local affiliate took advantage of the slot and aired their own content.