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Revolution: No Quarter

On the run from Militia, Nora leads Miles and Charlie back to the Rebel camp. Meanwhile, Aaron and Maggie search for Grace and Danny stands up to one of Captain Neville's men.

Source: NBC

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x3
Production Number: 2J7103
Airdate: Monday October 01st, 2012

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky 1) Apr 05, 2013
AU (FOX8) Nov 12, 2013


Guest Stars
Michael MosleyMichael Mosley
As Militia Soldier
Mark PellegrinoMark Pellegrino
As Capt. Jeremy Baker
Derek WebsterDerek Webster
As Nicholas

Co-Guest Stars
Lauren BaroneLauren Barone
As Rebel Medic
Tim BattenTim Batten
As Rebel Soldier
Dane NorthcuttDane Northcutt
As Second-In-Command
Paras PatelParas Patel
As Albert
Russ RussoRuss Russo
As Rebel Hostage
Tim SitarzTim Sitarz
As Dude
Main Cast
Billy BurkeBilly Burke
As Miles Matheson
Tracy SpiridakosTracy Spiridakos
As Charlotte "Charlie" Matheson
Giancarlo EspositoGiancarlo Esposito
As Tom Neville
Zak OrthZak Orth
As Aaron Pittman
David LyonsDavid Lyons
As Sebastian "Bass" Monroe
Daniella AlonsoDaniella Alonso
As Nora Clayton
Anna Lise-PhillipsAnna Lise-Phillips
As Maggie Foster
Graham RogersGraham Rogers
As Danny Matheson


The episode begins with Charlie, Miles and Nora on the move. Miles attempts to talk Nora out of her association to the rebels, as he feels it’s not a good idea, and is still unhappy at this decision of hers. The scene then flashes back to eight weeks after the blackout. Miles and Monroe are shown talking about what they should do, and discuss what their next course of action should be, given the state of affairs. Miles wants to go look for Ben, and Monroe says he'll come along, in order to help Miles look for him. Back in present day, the threesome is shown arriving at the rebel base and finding Nora's friend Nick. ..

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Episode Notes
The working title for this episode was "St. Anne, Illinois".

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Marvin GayeI Heard It Through The GrapevineCD Player at the End of Episode

Cultural References
Miles Matheson: I'm Stu Redman, this is Frannie.

Stu and Frannie are characters from Steven King's book "The Stand", a post-apocalyptic horror/fantasy novel.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorEric Kripke
Executive ProducerEric Kripke  |  J.J. Abrams  |  Bryan Burk
Co-Executive ProducerKathy Lingg  |  Philip Sgriccia  |  David Rambo  |  Anne Cofell  |  Monica Breen  |  Jon Favreau
Supervising ProducerPaul Grellong  |  Charles Beeson
ProducerAthena Wickham  |  Robert M. Williams, Jr.
Production DesignerDoug Meerdink
EditorDavid Eisenberg
Director of PhotographyDavid Stockton
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