Updated 01:01 AM EST, Thu, Nov 26, 2020

'Revolution' Season 2 Episode 9 Spoilers: Charlie Proves Herself, a Mystery is Solved [Video]

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On the latest installment of dystopian drama "Revolution," Aaron was captured and a character's life was cut short.

On "Come Blow Your Horn," Aaron (Zak Orth) is captured by Dr. Horn (Zeljko Ivanek) due to his remarkable powers. Horn captures Aaron because he hopes Aron can use his nanite mind powers to fix a tumor growing in Horn's brain. Flashbacks also give more insight into Horn's character, and allow Horn to talk about the invisible power around them, which are the nanites.

Dr. Gene (Stephen Collins) is also walking the line between good guy and traitor, and it is not clear where he stands.

As for Tom (Giancarlo Esposito), he finds Allenford's husband, Roger, who leads Tom to where they are keeping Allenford. Then Roger yells at her for selling them out, and shoots her dead.

The episode ends with Aaron lighting his torture room on fire as one of Horn's henchmen puts his knife into Cynthia in an effort to get Aaron to extend his healing powers beyond his own self.

On the next episode, "Everyone Says I Love You," "Rachel's relationship with Gene remains strained; Charlie demonstrates her maturity; Neville gives Jason a determined proclamation."

On upcoming episodes, it will also be revealed what Miles (Billy Burke) was burning in the shed on the first episode of the season. Co-showrunner Rockne S. O'Bannon hinted to TVLine, "The burning of the shed - and its contents - will become shockingly clear as we approach the climax of the season."

TVLine also released a bonus for "Revolution" fans who were disappointed that the advertised lip-lock between Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Miles never happened. Co-executive producer Anne Cofell Saunders said, "We're releasing the scene as a direct response to fans reaching out to us on Twitter. For all of you who have been tweeting me asking for it, here's your scene. You're awesome."

Elizabeth Mitchell previously said about the scene, "I loved it because I felt like that's what you do in life - things get all crazy and you're like, 'Oh, hi! I missed you, too.'"

However, as much as Elizabeth liked the scene, the producers decided the timing of it was "weird." Watch the exclusive scene here.

Then check out the promo for "Everyone Says I Love You" below, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. on NBC.

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