Revenge (2011–2015)
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Daniel plans a romantic proposal that may carry dire, long-term ramifications, and Charlotte is devastated when she's forced to move back home with her mother. Meanwhile, Jack's life is put... See full summary »

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Daniel plans a romantic proposal that may carry dire, long-term ramifications, and Charlotte is devastated when she's forced to move back home with her mother. Meanwhile, Jack's life is put in jeopardy when he's betrayed by someone he adores, and Nolan forces Emily to think twice about her actions. Written by Fox Publicity

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Emily Thorne: [opening voiceover] Some say that our lives are defined by the sum of our choices. But it isn't really our choices that distinguish who we are. It's our commitment to them.
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plot holes, but okay... this is good stuff
21 March 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Madeleine Stowe is absolutely great in this show. And in this episode she truly is a force to behold. Victoria Grayson is a most complex character, and she does a wonderful job portraying the love of a mother who is looking out for not only herself, but for her children. All of what I have just said, would give entirely the wrong impression to the uninitiated not watching the show, She is like a black panther sitting there, a cornered black panther warding off an assault on her dignity, but still showing her affection for those that matter to her. The finer nuances, the inwardly groaning, the dismay in the eyes, a facial twitch here and there, weathering impending shame and scandal, it is all very vividly done.

The strength of this show lies in showing the emotions of both sides. While Victoria is at times shown almost as a caricature Evil Queen up there in her balcony tower overlooking Casa Emily, thankfully she is not a cardboard character.

Obviously characters are being written out as their story arcs come to an end. The other Amanda, and Ryan, the lawyer. Both are sure to return...? I don't quite see Amanda living up to what's expected, she's not the type.

Ashley Madekwe has a relatively small part, but has enormous presence. And leggy Crista B. Allen running tearfully up the stairs towards the end, wow, baby!

For all the other times I have posted backhanded compliments in previous reviews, this show lives up to its well-deserved reputation as a contemporary favorite.


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