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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    LOL - I sure hope not!
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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    With Hurley didn't they finally explain it by showing a secret stash of food and candy bars that he'd found? At least Aaron has lost some weight...quite a bit in fact. He's barely pudgy anymore even if not quite in the lean and mean form of the other guys.

    I saw "Miles" the other day on a rerun of Closer, playing a serial killer....hard mental shift!

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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    Quote Originally Posted by Cornholio View Post
    Still watching here! I've been thinking for a while that Charlie is actually Miles' biological daughter. Anyone else?

    I still don't see how Aaron could be so meaty. We rarely see anyone eating!
    I've always thought that... And that little bit with Rachel and Miles on the train platform parting company 5 years before the blackout... Makes it all seem possible...
    Ingorance killed the Cat... Curiousity was framed!

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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    Quote Originally Posted by Cornholio View Post

    I still don't see how Aaron could be so meaty. We rarely see anyone eating!
    I've had to set Reality aside for this show... Like Miles miraculous recovery from an infection that nearly killed him... Or Rachel recovering from a arrow shot through and through... Or Miles (5 years before the blackout) heading back to the military with long hair and sideburns... Or Charlie (and everyone really) always looking like she stepped out of an Urban Outfitters catalog... Or Rachel in the middle of a primitive tent city coming up with a microscope and everything she needs to determine the tifus germ was generated in a lab... Or... Or... Or...
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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    Yes, you'd think she'd be lucky to tell it was typhus with that set up, but she can also see some "tag" the lab put on ?

    At least the hair doesn't always look clean.... Although I realize it is stylishly dirty....
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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    Quote Originally Posted by Brodie View Post
    I want to see Charlie and Connor interacting...
    I guess I have to wait no longer for this! LOL
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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    I loved Charlie's Oooo, he had a gun on you? How scary, scene. I guess there were NO tough females south of the border...just the ones using beet juice....

    She surely has changed since she was hanging out with Neville's son. Of course, so has he.

    Trying to recall if Neville knows about his son's crush....

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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    And how do they get across the country so fast?
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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    Quote Originally Posted by Punkin View Post
    And how do they get across the country so fast?
    I know. They've been walking across several states for quite some time. Honestly, who could actually do this? Their bodies and their shoes don't seem to wear out.

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    Re: Revolution - Monday 10PM EST

    Yeah, let's say 4 mph for 10 hours a day...40 miles a day.... It took people months to get from the Mississippi to Oregon on the Oregon Trail using oxen pulled wagons...ok I suppose those might be slower, but still... Now if they used horses more...the Pony Express could get a letter across the whole country in 10 days...not that one rider and one horse could acheive those rates, but closer to what they are doing.

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