|Revolution -- Season 2 (Flashbacks in parentheses)|
|#01 "Born in the U.S.A." (Rachel, Miles, and Charlie)||#09 "Everyone Says I Love You" (Rachel)||#16 "Exposition Boulevard" (Truman)|
|#02 "There Will Be Blood" (Aaron)||#10 "Three Amigos"||#17 "Why We Fight"|
|#03 "Love Story"||#11 "Mis Dos Padres"||#18 "Austin City Limits"|
|#04 "Patriot Games"||#12 "Captain Trips" (Julia)||#19 "Shit Happens" (Charlie and Miles)|
|#05 "One Riot, One Ranger" (Aaron)||#13 "Happy Endings"||#20 "Tomorrowland" (TBA)|
|#06 "Dead Man Walking" (Monroe)||#14 "Fear and Loathing"||#21 "Memorial Day" (TBA)|
|#07 "The Patriot Act" (Gene)||#15 "Dreamcatcher"||#22 "Declaration of Independence" (TBA)|
|#08 "Come Blow Your Horn" (Dr. Horn)|
|Season 2, Episode 13|
|Air date||January 29th 2014|
|Written by||David Rambo & Trey Callaway|
|Directed by||Ernest Dickerson|
"Fear and Loathing"
Happy Endings is the 13th episode of Season 2 and first aired on January 29th 2014 on NBC.
At the start of the episode, Porter stops breathing as the standoff continues in Truman's office. Just as Truman orders his man to shoot Connor, Miles drops the Patriot soldier with a sniper rifle from a nearby rooftop. A minute later, Truman is cuffed to a radiator as Connor rushes to deliver the stock of antidote to Rachel. Charlie and Rachel hurriedly inject the sick as Connor heaves Porter into a wagon, then drives the Matheson women out of town to rendezvous with Miles and Monroe. Truman then doses himself with one of the remaining vials.
Five days later, a thoroughly tortured Neville is thrown on the floor of the Oval Office,by way of introduction to President Jack Davis. Davis is aware of Neville's plot to kill him, courtesy of Julia , who is alive for the moment. Since Neville knows more about Monroe than anyone else, Davis is sending him to Willoughby to execute the former Militia general - or else he will start amputating pieces of Julia's anatomy. Knowing this may be his only chance, Neville requests that Davis allow Jason to accompany him. Days later, Neville and Jason show up in Truman's office to announce their mission.
Days later, Porter is recovering, while Connor has formed a crush on Charlie, who has got his number. After the typhus scare, Monroe has decided the only chance of defeating the Patriots entails buying mercenaries from an old friend of his in New Vegas, warlord Duncan Page. After walking New Vegas' midway past a Bret Michaels performance, Monroe stops into the Diamondback Casino, where he used to work the fight ring. It turns out Duncan is a woman who clearly has a bad history with Monroe. She drives a hard bargain for her mercenaries: 30 diamonds a head, which Monroe does not have.
Aaron and Priscilla have walked to Lubbock, Texas. They find themselves at a former hotel, where their old friend from MIT , Peter Garner, now heads up a revival-type church. Peter invites the couple to attend a service in which he harnesses the nanites to heal a blind woman in the name of God. After the service, Aaron and Priscilla explain that all Peter's healing is not God's will, but the work of the nanites. They want him to tell his congregation the truth, but Peter's truth lies somewhere else, so he locks Aaron and Priscilla into a hotel room. In his mind, the nanites are pretty much like God, and they should embrace that notion. They are all staying in Lubbock until they figure out why the nanites want them there.
Miles takes Rachel to an overgrown drive-in for an impromptu date, a night without war or worries. They pretend they're watching Evil Dead II and make love for the first time in 20 years. Back in New Vegas, Charlie seduces Connor, blowing his mind. When he wonders if things are going to get weird now considering her opinion of his father, Charlie delivers the bad news: life is short, and Connor just joined the losing team. Chances are they will both be dead within the year. Connor suggests trying a little hope, but Charlie prefers realism. When Monroe stumbles across the couple in flagrante delicto, Connor tells him to back off. The only way they are going to work is as partners or not at all.
Returning home after their date, Miles and Rachel are stunned to find Neville waiting for them with the story that he is looking for revenge on the Patriots for the death of his wife. When Miles asks Jason for confirmation that Tom is telling the truth, he swears it on his mother's grave. Meanwhile, Monroe hatches a plot to rob the casino, run by the owner - and his former fight manager - Ely Gould. He will fight a bare-knuckle match so Charlie and Connor can rob the casino while all of Gould's men are occupied taking bets.
Gould pits his best guy, a behemoth, against Monroe, as Charlie and Connor put their bait-and-switch plan into action. Charlie runs off as a decoy while Monroe wins his fight. He is just about to get away with Connor and the diamonds when a rifle butt hits him square in the temple. Gould and his man Ray pull the strongbox of diamonds out of Connor's pack. As the episode ends, Connor and Monroe are surrounded, and Charlie is long gone!
- Billy Burke as Miles Matheson
- Tracy Spiridakos as Charlie Matheson
- Giancarlo Esposito as Tom Neville
- Zak Orth as Aaron Pittman
- David Lyons as Sebastian 'Bass' Monroe
- J.D. Pardo as Jason Neville
- Stephen Collins as Dr. Gene Porter
- Elizabeth Mitchell as Rachel Matheson
- Katie Aselton as Duncan Page
- Steven Culp as Edward Truman
- Daniel Henney as Peter Garner
- Bret Michaels as Himself
- Maureen Sebastian as Priscilla Pittman
- Timm Sharp as Ely Gould
- Cotter Smith as President Jack Davis
- Mat Vairo as Connor Bennett
- First appearance of Peter Garner.
- First appearance of President Jack Davis.
- First appearance of Duncan Page.
- First appearance of Ely Gould.
- First appearance of Vincent
- This is the first time in the second season that Neville and Jason cross paths with the rest of the main cast.