Daniel agrees with Jack he better resigns as barman and takes pity on his father, whom Victoria locks out. Tyler forces Emily to face the press at the occasion of the sanctimonious couple's... See full summary »

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Daniel agrees with Jack he better resigns as barman and takes pity on his father, whom Victoria locks out. Tyler forces Emily to face the press at the occasion of the sanctimonious couple's 25th wedding anniversary and grabs his chance to become Conrad's potentially indispensable right hand by helping him move his office from the beach mansion. Frank vows to redeem himself with the couple and discovers 'Emily's' past includes Amanda's identity swap with the real one in a juvenile institution, but the warden tips off 'Emily' and the real one, contacted by Frank, fatally smashes his head. DEclan is invited to the anniversary dinner by Charlotte but walks out vexed by condescending Victoria and Tyler. Written by KGF Vissers

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Juvie chick is multilingual?
23 April 2012 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

I just started watching Revenge on Hulu, and am very much into it. But have to agree with Danny's review on some of the more ludicrous and unbelievable plot contrivances. That being said, let's suspend our disbelief, and just go along with it for the sake of entertainment. Even then, however, I think we can agree that character development is important for the coherence and plausibility of the plot. Someone please explain to me, then, why the real Emily, i.e. the stripper who just killed Frank, has to say "Za shchastiye!" (To Happiness!) in Russian every time she raises a glass to toast someone? Sure, the actress who plays her, Margarita Levieva, is Russian, but how the hell would her character, who is supposed to be some run-of-the-mill, all-American, trailer-trash-juvie-stripper chick with a 100% Anglo name like "Emily Thorne" know how to say "cheers!" to anyone in a foreign language? Did she learn that in juvie? Come on. What is this? Some kind of cute gimmick the actress thought up herself? "Oooohhh, I know! Let me say 'cheers' in Russian every time I drink, that would be awesome! Cause, you know, I'm, like, Russian and all." Seriously? That's great and all, but for the purposes of this show? Not. Making. Any. Sense, people. Consistency, please.


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