'Revolution' 2.04 Preview: Rachel Doesn't Trust the Government


'Revolution' 2.04  Preview: Rachel Doesn't Trust the Government
Rachel may land in trouble when she's caught sneaking into the U.S. Government headquarters.


Something is suspicious about the U.S. Government, so Rachel thinks in the next episode of "Revolution". Upon getting introduced to Edward Truman (Steven Culp) who is part of the Government, she questions his authority.

Believing that they come with a hidden agenda, Rachel sneaks into the Government headquarters. But her curiosity and heightened awareness could be her undoing as she gets caught by Truman when scanning through his documents.

According to the official synopsis, wounds of Miles and Rachel begin to heal and they begin planning a resistance to what they believe might be the Patriot occupation. A picture from the upcoming outing hints that Miles and Rachel get closer in a romantic way.

Meanwhile, Monroe and Charlie's dynamic begin to evolve. Neville's manipulation of Patriot power brokers makes Machiavelli look like a cherub and Aaron's mind works overtime awake or asleep with mind-blowing effectiveness.

"Patriot Games" will air Wednesday, October 16 at 8/7c on NBC.








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