|Revolution -- Season 1 (Flashbacks in parentheses)|
|#01 "Pilot" (Matheson Family)||#08 "Ties That Bind" (Nora)||#15 "Home" (Monroe)|
|#02 "Chained Heat" (Charlie)||#09 "Kashmir"||#16 "The Love Boat"|
|#03 "No Quarter" (Miles/Monroe)||#10 "Nobody's Fault But Mine" (Miles/Monroe)||#17 "The Longest Day"|
|#04 "The Plague Dogs" (Maggie)||#11 "The Stand" (Rachel/Charlie)||#18 "Clue" (Jason)|
|#05 "Soul Train" (Neville)||#12 "Ghosts" (Randall)||#19 "Children of Men"|
|#06 "Sex and Drugs" (Aaron)||#13 "The Song Remains the Same"||#20 "The Dark Tower"|
|#07 "The Children's Crusade" (Rachel)||#14 "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" (Miles/Alec)|
|Season 1, Episode 9|
|Air date||November 19, 2012|
"Ties That Bind"
"Nobody's Fault But Mine"
West Chester, PA
Miles, Charlie, Aaron, and Nora team up with Joseph Wheatley , a rebel member for Philadelphia, and four other rebels. Their plan to get to Independence Hall is to go through the subway tunnels. However, Charlie steps on a land mine but manages not to set it off; Nora then manages to neutralize it, giving her and the others mere seconds before it detonates, sealing off their escape and the main air supply.
Due to lack of oxygen, the group starts experiencing hallucinations; Miles thinks he saw a Militia soldier and Aaron starts seeing his wife Priscilla. After a while, Miles hallucinates about entering Monroe's office and coming face to face with him as Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" plays. It's revealed that Monroe started killing innocent civilians, so Miles left, but not before trying to assassinate him.
The group manages to get to a doorway with fresh oxygen. Suddenly, Wheatley (revealed to be a Militia deep-cover agent) kidnaps Miles after killing the 4 rebels. Charlie shoots Wheatley , but right before dying, he shoots her in the head, but the bullet only grazes her. Charlie has a hallucination where she wakes up back home in Sylvania Estates, Wisconsin; her father Ben is very much alive as well as Maggie, and Danny was never taken. She tells Ben that she needs to go to find Danny. In real life, Miles successfully wakes Charlie up. After 3 hours, the group decides to see what is behind the screen door next to them.
Rachel begins to finish her device. She explains to Neville that it is a Pendant Amplifier. Each Pendant gets every device to power up again within a range of 9 to 10 feet, but with the Amplifier, it gets every device to power up again within half a mile.
Monroe does not trust her device, so he gets Dr.Jaffe to check it out. He reveals that it is actually a bomb targeted at Monroe and the Pendant acts as a detonator. Monroe threatens to kill Rachel and Danny and doesn't need her anymore to build the real amplifier, he has Jaffe. Rachel is forced to stab Jaffe to death before saying to Monroe "Now you need me".
- 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
- Daniella Alonso as Nora Clayton
- Graham Rogers as Danny Matheson (credit only)
- J.D. Pardo as Jason Neville (credit only)
- Tim Guinee as Ben Matheson
- Elizabeth Mitchell as Rachel Matheson
- Reed Diamond as Sergeant Wheatley
- Conor O'Farrell as Dr. Bradley Jaffe
- Maureen Sebastian as Priscilla Pittman
- Michael Harding as Colonel Starkey
- First appearance of Colonel Starkey.
- Last appearance of Dr. Bradley Jaffe.
- First (and last) appearance of Sergeant Wheatley.
- This episode featured the Led Zeppelin songs Kashmir and Since I've Been Loving You.
- The Rebel leader Colonel Starkey is a reference to the movie The Postman.