Revenge (2011–2015)
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Emily targets the psychiatrist responsible for institutionalizing her as a child. Declan and Jack face a tough decision.



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


Nolan helps Emily to the private recordings of therapy sessions, including her own, with Dr. Michelle Banks, who doesn't recognize the Amanda Clarke she, bribed by Victoria, kept committed till majority, and Victoria's, which show she never wanted a daughter, to be sneakily switched with a DVD to promote a handicapped children charity, thus making Charlotte hate her mother. The shrink is discredited and abducted, to a storage facility rented by the Grayson corporation, also leaked to the press. Daniel is seduced to break his parole terms by meeting the unforgiving victim of a drunk driving crash he accidentally caused before his successful alcohol rehab, Tyler even gets him drunk again. Declan is furious that Jack won't simply sell the bar they inherited, but mother's heirloom ring helps him date Charlotte, while he hangs on to a recording proving socialite rival Adam's infidelity. Written by KGF Vissers

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12 October 2011 (USA)  »

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During Emily's session, you can see a video camera hidden in the book shelf recording the session. The book it is sitting on top of is 'The Count of Monte Cristo'. See more »


Emily Thorne: Now go before someone sees you. Victoria watches this place like a hawk.
Nolan Ross: I also did some research into your collateral damage. Seems Dr. Bates wasn't always the go-to shrink for the rich and demented. She began her road to infamy as a court-appointed child psychologist.
Nolan Ross: Random coincidence?
Emily Thorne: Nothing's random, Nolan.
Nolan Ross: Well, you can be satisfied the good doctor will never practice again.
Emily Thorne: [resolutely] Count on it.
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References Gojira (1954) See more »


Performed by Middle Brother
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Childhood Hatreds
17 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

This was an amazing episode to watch. The fact that hatred can build up so much over time that you end up stabbing them in the back instead of the other way around.

If I could give this episode a higher vote, I would. Just the idea that someone I dislike now, or someone who treats me badly now, might end up getting their lives ruined... By my actions, and my motives. It's crazy, but understandable.

If you are considering hitting play I suggest you do now because you wouldn't want to miss it. As I said in my previous reviews for this show I am very "picky" when it comes to sticking with a show, but this episode had me hooked for good.

So hit play already and stop listening to me ramble.

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