(Television Without Pity) — After just a couple of episodes, NBC's new 2012 drama "Revolution" has already prompted a huge amount of questions -- and we're not even talking about the source and mechanics of the global power outage, which we presume (or rather, hope) will be answered eventually. No, we have these other queries in mind…
Why pick a crossbow over a regular bow and arrow, or even a sword? Crossbows are heavy to carry, cumbersome to load, and totally ineffective in a firefight.
Wouldn't everyone's clothes be more tattered? It's not like the Gap is still producing and distributing new clothing, yet everyone still looks perfectly coiffed, if a little dingy.
How does Miles expect Charlie and her friends to meet in Indiana, or find any destination, really? Are there maps available? No one seems to be using compasses and there don't appear to be any street signs anywhere in the overgrown woods.
How exactly were the rules of the Baltimore Act communicated to the general populace?
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