If "Breaking Bad" has taught us anything, it's that Giancarlo Esposito is awesome, and that opponents should never underestimate any character he plays, whether it's the machiavellian Gus Fring or the steely Major Tom Neville, Sebastian Monroe's (David Lyons) right-hand man on "Revolution." Sadly, it seems that the slimy Randall Flynn (Colm Feore) has not yet learned that lesson, as demonstrated in The Huffington Post's exclusive clip above.
Flynn has intimate knowledge of both the blackout and the pendants that can be used to power Monroe's vast array of destructive machinery, so he seems eager to put Neville in his place -- but Neville is more than capable of holding his own in a battle, verbal or otherwise.
Check out the exclusive clip above and tune into "Revolution," Mondays at 10 p.m. ET on NBC, to see who ultimately comes out on top in this war of words.
Here's how NBC describes this week's episode of "Revolution, titled "The Song Remains The Same."
WHILE NEVILLE FACES PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL JEOPARDY, RACHEL STRUGGLES TO RESTORE THE POWER AND HER SELF-RESPECT- Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) faces danger and hard choices as Monroe (David Lyons) doubts his loyalty, he disowns his son Jason (JD Pardo) and gets captured by Miles (Billy Burke). Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) begin slowly patching their relationship only to be pulled apart again as Rachel suddenly embarks on a quest to restore the power and her self-respect. She must make a dangerous journey to the mysterious Tower as it holds her only chance at redemption.