Revolution was mentioned on the Walking Dead thread and I figured I'd start a thread of its own for those who watch the show. I've watched it from the beginning and my overall reaction is "Meh." I really enjoyed the first three or so seasons of "Lost" then got pissed when the writers created more questions without answering the questions they had already raised. I finished out watching the series mostly because I had too much time invested not to see how it (badly) ended. I was apprehensive when I heard that JJ Abrams was behind Revolution because Lost was so dragged out, but decided to give it a shot anyway. I'll give them this, they're not dragging it out in terms of actually moving the story. [There are probably some spoilers in the following, might want to skip if you've not seen all of the episodes yet.] In the pilot a central (though not main) character was killed and a couple of episodes ago a main character was killed. The band of wanderers has actually made some progress and done some things and now the story seems to be re-locating from the Mid West to the East Coast. On the other hand, why the hell is the power still out? Fifteen years?!?!? Doesn't anybody not in possession of a pendant have ANY ideas? Is it some sort of EMP or some "force" that suppresses power? Just because the power went out, does that necessarily mean you can't EVER generate any more? Why not use wind power? Or solar? I have thought that all of the references to Stephen King have been kind of cool, though.