|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)|
|Mis Dos Padres|
|Season 2, Episode 11|
|Air date||January 15th 2014|
|Written by||Rockne S. O'Bannon & Ben Edlund|
|Directed by||Michael Offer|
Mis Dos Padres is the 11th episode of Season 2 and aired on January 15th 2014.
Monroe finds himself in unfamiliar territory and must make a choice about his son, Connor whilst Neville and Julia continue to tango at Jason's dismay. Meanwhile, Gene leads Charlie to an uneasy discovery.
After the initial shock of seeing Aaron wears off, Grace explains that she has been living alone in Spring City since events in The Tower. And there is another surprise in store for Aaron: his wife Priscilla is passed out on Grace's couch. It turns out she has been suffering from visions similar to Aaron's - the fireflies, dead people, etc. - and her dead father told her to find Grace. In fact, Priscilla's husband thought she was so crazy that he took the kids and abandoned her.
Grace knows the nanites directed the couple to her. Clearly the nanites have crossed into consciousness; perhaps they have even learned to network. Since Aaron wrote the original code for the nanites, he gave them their "mind," and since Priscilla helped, well, she is like their mother. Priscilla wonders why their friend Peter, who also helped write the code, was not called to Spring City, too. Regardless, the nanites are everywhere, and apparently they have a mind of their own. What Grace wants to know is how does all of this make the nanites any different from God?
Connor takes Monroe to Nunez's opulent villa, where a flayed corpse is displayed as evidence of what happens to those who fail the boss. It is clear that Nunez relies on Connor, whom he has raised like a son, and he is pleased with the offering of Monroe. When Nunez asks Connor for his take on Monroe's fate, Connor suggests selling him to the highest bidder. Lucky for Monroe, Miles and Rachel are already plotting his rescue. However, when Miles reaches him, Monroe refuses to leave, preferring to stay so Connor can take credit for his capture. Unfortunately, Miles is captured, too, and dumped alongside Monroe in a locked cell.
Charlie and her grandfather spy on Truman and the Patriots as they erect a large armed camp. Porter spies his old friend, Lloyd Welliver, and wants to retrieve him immediately, but Charlie knows there is no way. Who would have thought that Porter had the same stubborn spirit as Rachel? Later that night, Porter sneaks into the Patriot camp, only to discover Welliver is already dead. Having guessed Porter would go after his friend, Charlie rescues him from a guard. Moments later, they are both captured.
Neville delivers congratulatory flowers to Julia, an excuse to ask whether she has forced her husband to hire Neville onto his security detail. She has not. Neville is further annoyed to discover Jason has stolen documents from Roger Allenford that lay out plans for numerous reeducation programs - all run by Julia's husband Doyle. Having survived the torture of reeducation himself, Jason is adamant - something must be done! Late that night, Neville tells Julia that Doyle is responsible for nearly killing Jason. Now he wants her to get him into Doyle's office to steal what he needs to blackmail his way onto the security detail. Julia warns that she may not be able to protect Neville if he sneaks into Doyle's office, which feeds Neville's paranoia: whose side is Julia on?
Miles and Monroe argue long into the night. Monroe wanted to give Connor something, some help, and all he has to give is himself - which has of course screwed Miles. Inside his inner sanctum, Nunez toasts Connor to celebrate the capture of Miles - a matched set means more money. Somehow, Nunez cannot believe that Connor captured Monroe, the most ruthless man in the world. As a test, he has Connor whip Monroe, who is strung up in front of a crowd. Just when Monroe is on the verge of death, Connor halts the proceedings, asking, "Do we want to sell him? Or bury him?" Nunez's greed wins out.
Rachel has just bribed her way into the inner sanctum when Connor hands her the key to Miles and Monroe's cell, unaware that another of Nunez' henchmen is watching. The three are just running off when they are stopped by Nunez, who has a knife to Connor's throat. Nunez cannot have anyone thinking that he is weak, and Connor made his choice. When Connor makes a move, Miles, Monroe and Rachel back him up. After they escape, Connor claims helping Monroe was the first mistake of his life. But does Monroe really think he can regain all the power he lost? Monroe promises that together, father and son will take back the power - and more.
Back at the White House, Doyle calls his security detail into his office - someone broke in! Now he will need more security! Fearing Neville has gone ahead with his plan, Julia sneaks into the camp to scold him, only to realize it was Jason who broke into Doyle's office. Furious that his parents continue to scheme while the country is going to hell in a Patriot handbasket, Jason admits to his crime, just as soldiers come to detain him for questioning.
Truman uncuffs Charlie and Porter, hands them masks and ushers them into tent sheathed in plastic. It does not take Porter long to realize Truman has a typhus epidemic on his hands - and this is just the beginning. Porter's friend Welliver was the first, and now Truman and the Patriots are rushing to build a quarantine camp in advance of the inevitable outbreak. Porter and Truman may have their differences, but now it is time to work together, or else Willoughby will be lost.
- 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
- Joaquim de Almeida as Luis Nunez
- Christopher Cousins as Victor Doyle
- Steven Culp as Edward Truman
- Maria Howell as Grace Beaumont
- Maureen Sebastian as Priscilla Pittman
- Mat Vairo as Connor Bennett
- Kim Raver as Julia Neville
- This episode marks the return of Priscilla after being absent for 10 episodes. She was last seen in "The Dark Tower ".
- Peter is mentioned