Exclusive Revolution Video: A Ruthless Miles Gets a Lead on Neville and Danny

Revolution‘s Miles and Charlie will get a big boost in their search for Danny on Monday’s episode (NBC, 10/9c), when they come across a man who’s got some very valuable information about Captain Tom Neville’s whereabouts. In the exclusive video below, Miles threatens the stranger to get details, but it doesn’t take much for him to spill.

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He reveals not only where he saw the militia leader and his bound captive, but also when and their destination. To thank him for the very helpful intel, Miles gives him a not-so-nice parting gift.

Press PLAY to watch the sneak peek and then hit the comments with your thoughts.

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  1. Deb Saine says:

    being a hoosier, i love how revolution has been winding its way through indiana … so far, bloomington, lowell and nobelsville have been mentioned in the series …

    • AT says:

      Actually, I’m pretty sure the Bloomington mentioned is the Illinois one, not the Indiana one. They’ve been in the Pontiac and Chatsworth area, which is within 50 miles of Bloomington IL.

      • Deb Saine says:

        but they did refer to lowel indiana, right, the place where charlie and miles were going to meet up with aaron and maggie?and then this last episode, they mentioned noblesville … is there a nobelsvillle ill or a lowel ill? i knew there was a bloomington ill as well as in … but not about the others …

        • Bob says:

          lowell and noblesville are both in indiana. Lowell is just south of Merrillville where there is a waterpark that looks a lot like the one in this weeks episode. I am originally from Noblesville and I cant wait to see if they make it there and do any scenes to look like the real town.

          • Jennifer says:

            They will have to show the Noblesville sign that says “home of country music star Steve Wariner”. I’m out in Greenfield, so I will wait and see too. maybe Indy is the new Capitol of the republic?

        • T. Lawson says:

          I went to elementary and middle school in Lowell Indiana. We lived about 2 miles east of town in a ole run down farm house. The winters were cold and the summers fun. Lowell, Indiana has a spot in my heat…I suppose it always will.

  2. Renee says:

    I love me some Miles. :-)

  3. chiana says:

    If you’re Canadian, don’t bother. All you get to see is a peacock. And not a real one, either.

  4. Dean says:

    I hate spoilers, but damn this is one show I can’t wait to watch new episodes of and click on everything that has its name on it!

  5. Lena4960 says:

    This is such a smart show and love the cast. Then again how can you not? :-)

  6. Hoosier Daddy says:

    I lived in Noblesville and have travelled to Chicago many times, so the hiking route between the two cities would be as follows… If the rescue group left Chicago and travelled south to Noblesville, Indiana then the amusement and water park featured in the second or third episode was probably supposed Indiana Beach in Monticello, Indiana and not the small waterpark in Lowelll. Also once they got to Noblesville there was a steam locomotive they boarded to go to Philadelphia. There is actually a historic steam locomotive, Nickel Plate Road 587, that is still used in Noblesville that runs for special events to and from Indianapolis….with all these Indiana references, I wonder if one of the writers on the show is from Indiana.

    • Deb Saine says:

      hey, hoosier daddy! thanks for the info – i think you’re right on target!!! as an aside, i live in logansport, which isn’t far from indiana beach (more than corn in indiana – terrible commercial but memorable (sp)) … thanks!!