the "cool" lightning is the effect of all the electricity that is in the air from the nanos. it becomes part of the emf (electromagnetic field). They olny reason i know that was from rewatching the movie the core last weekend.
What I really want to know and we will obviously find out sometime next season is who the President is.
you could see that Nora was a part of the rebels in the flashback to 10 years after the blackout by the looks on her face when Bass is mentioning the rebels to Miles.
The fallout of being in the tower and starting "the world on fire" will be interesting to see.
These characters are so frustrating and they killed off one of the few who wasn't. Not a great move, but at least the show's not shy about moving forward with big plot developments. So I guess the real "revolution" is against the original United States now. Certainly not the kind of TV show premise that would ordinarily be allowed on the air since it would be dismissed as some kind of wacko right-wing patriot wish-fulfillment. But Randall flips that all around. Still, it's hard to see how believable it is for some White House conspiracy to have been the evil masterminds behind all the craziness all along. NBC's show Last Resort did a reasonable job of making that work, but I'm not sure how well this show will handle it.
Not sure what they were going for in that scene with Monroe in the field surrounded by lightning strikes. Felt like they just threw that in there to make the power coming on look "cool." Anyway, next season if Miles doesn't finally put Monroe out of his misery and Jason doesn't kill his sicko father, I want Charlie to step up to the plate and just kill all four of them. Monroe's speech explaining that his bromance with Miles was the reason he became an evil dictator made me realize how little this show makes me care about the other characters by comparison.
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