Emily gets to work on her next target, a former family friend who testified against her father. Victoria tries to find more information on Emily.



(created by), | 1 more credit »

Watch Now

From $1.99 (SD) on Amazon Video





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
Daniel Grayson (as Joshua Bowman)


Nolan proves himself an invaluable ally by preventing Victoria outbidding 'Emily' for the Southampton beach-house she wants as HQ for sentimental reasons. His firm's latest major deal also provides her the means to lure Bill Harmon into ruining his hedge fund. Victoria's hunky Harvard son Daniel quickly falls for Emily, but that inspires Victoria to hire a P.I. for a thorough check-up, which reveal the two year (prison) gap between Amanda and the fake Emily persona. Jack Porter has to sell his treasured yacht to Nolan to pay father's debts, but is offered a generous escape. His kid brother Declan's plan to score a date with Charlotte on it falls trough, rival Adam Connor's preppy mates gang up beastly on the poor puppy and their father Carl has a cardiac crisis. Written by KGF Vissers

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


TV-PG | See all certifications »




Release Date:

29 September 2011 (USA)  »

Filming Locations:

Company Credits

Show detailed on  »

Technical Specs

Sound Mix:


Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
See  »

Did You Know?


Given how sharp and intelligent Frank is, it is unlikely he didn't recognize Emily from the party 10 years back. He interacted with her for quite some time and even shooed her away from the pool house while he murdered Roger Halstead. Frank is head of security, so it should have occurred to him that Emily looks just like the waitress at the Grayson's party some years back. See more »


Emily Thorne: Trust is a difficult thing, whether it's finding the right people to trust or trusting the right people to do the wrong thing. But trusting your heart is the riskiest thing of all. In the end that you can truly trust is ourselves.
See more »


References For Your Eyes Only (1981) See more »


Written by Dustin Payseur
Performed by Beach Fossils
See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

Se7en reasons to avenge your TV remote and bury competitors like Ringer
29 September 2011 | by (France) – See all my reviews

R like redrum. The show is not Shining but the pilot revealed that someone will die and Amanda told us that collateral damages are inevitable. Innocent people will get hurt.

E like Emily. If it wasn't for her father's diary and her childhood memories we wouldn't know anything about her true identity. I hope the flashbacks featuring the little girl will keep illuminating the episodes because they're probably my favorite moments.

V like Victoria. Madeleine Stowe's vicious and gorgeous character surely drives the audience wild. I both love and hate her. Usually I dislike one dimensional profiles but here it's well balanced by Amanda's one even if they're both playing a dangerous game. In fact the most interesting thing about them is that they're challenging players. They're both beautiful and smart women To Die For.

E like eclecticism. From the heterogeneous characters to the diverse sets it seems all episodes will look different. Jack's family should grow on you even more after what happened. Nolan Ross is also an other individual to count on and what an enigmatic one !

N like need. The pilot already hooked me but this second installment made me crave the upcoming episode. I'm as intrigued as Victoria is suspicious. Moreover the episodic format is almost impalpable as all stories serve the same purpose, leading us to the tragic event covered in the pilot.

8 like ∞. The clock is ticking and it's as hypnotic to watch as looking at a rotating hourglass. The main story is also supported by numerous minor arcs that make things way more entertaining and unpredictable. Even a simple pawn could checkmate the Queens in this game !

E like exoticism. Forget the diary, they should have tattooed Amanda's photo on Emily VanCamp's body. She's no Michael Scofield but her goal is similar to his as she has to break a puzzle into pieces. Her dark motives are also mirrored by wonderful visuals like the one on the beach. ABC's budget is high and it shows every single second !

6 of 7 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?

Message Boards

Recent Posts
So the moral of the story is... atlantajoseph
Why weren't Emily and Daniel endgame? genuis_of_the_year2002
James Tupper is Awful as David Clark- Anyone feel the same? rutledge3512
spin-off youngdaniel75
Price tag of Hampton Homes? halleberry1
How much is Jennifer Jason Leigh in this show? Goranjake
Discuss Trust (2011) on the IMDb message boards »

Contribute to This Page