Victoria's vulnerabilities are exposed when feelings of guilt and a fight with her daughter becomes to much to bear.



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


Tyler makes sure Daniels finds out about his father's adultery, so he'll refuse the internship at the Grayson firm Conrad imposed after the drunk episode. Rightly worried about Emily's temerity, Nolan hides a camera in her beach house, which ends up in Lydia's new home with some returned belongings after her failed reclaim of the residence. Nolan and Emily make it appear Lydia masterminded all their dirty deeds, so the Graysons send security expert Frank to deal with her, which ends with her possibly fatal fall from a balcony. Having seen Lydia has a picture that can expose Emily as Amanda, Nolan rushes there to retrieve it, and nearly gets caught for Frank's crime. The sports car Conrda sends Victoria after Frabk showed her a $10,000,000 'gift' to blackmailer Lydia is handed over to Charlotte in a vain attempt to buy off her disgust over maternal indifference. Eclan is delighted when the vixen invites him for a spin, but she's arrested for speeding. Shut off from his trust fund, ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

19 October 2011 (USA)  »

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Charlotte is texting Declan, but when she clicks to read a new message his name is misspelled as Delcan on her phone. See more »


Conrad Grayson: I'm gone, like, two days, and Daniel's off the wagon. How'd you let that happen?
Victoria Grayson: I had my hands full. Perhaps you can tell me where your hands have been.
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References Let's Make a Deal (1963) See more »


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Composed by Fil Eisler
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Guilt is a Nasty Thing
17 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

Honestly, you can hide your guilt for years, but eventually it will eat you from the inside out. And when it does, it could ruin your life, your career, even your sanity.

I have to admit, I do feel guilty for countless things. Some of them I can no longer fix, but I have come to peace with them. Time does mend if you let it, but never wait too long, because soon it will be too late, and it will definitely be when you least expect it.

This was a great episode, and if you are having second thoughts about hitting play, push them aside long enough for that button to be pressed. But odds are you already have, and if not JUST DO IT ALREADY.

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