Revenge (2011–2015)
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With Daniel free of charges, Emily is set up to find the man that killed her father, which brings her to the house of one of the former secretaries of Grayson Global - only to discover a secret she wasn't expecting.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
Carole Miller


Finally acquitted, Daniel not only prepares to marry Emily, but also becomes Grayson Global's new boss when father Conrad, whom he naively and publicly believes innocent, has to step aside during an SEC investigation instigated by vindictive Victoria. Charlote breaks up with Declan, whose tuition is however paid on by Nolan, and is expelled after Declan reports her drug abuse. A picture Charlotte found hidden by Viktoria of David in jail sets Emily on the trail of her father's last journal. Nolan fails to hide it and is made to admit his own last secret, having been raised by aunt Carole Miller after his family was wrecked by the Graysons for trying to save David. Written by KGF Vissers

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2 May 2012 (USA)  »

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Nolan Ross: Rough day at the office?
Emily Thorne: He's one of them, Nolan. Conrad confessed everything to Daniel before the interview.
Nolan Ross: "Everything" everything?
Emily Thorne: Daniel could've come clean. He could've... ended the whole thing. But instead...
Nolan Ross: He doubled down on Grayson. So what are you gonna do now?
Emily Thorne: I'm gonna marry him. And I'm gonna track down the man who killed my father.
Nolan Ross: And what are you gonna do when you find him?
Emily Thorne: I'm gonna kill him.
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Composed by Fil Eisler
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another day in the Hamptons
11 April 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

The overriding thought that came up to me watching this, is that if Daniel now knows the family secret, then the whole reason for the show's existence is coming to an end, because once the secret is out, there'd be no reason for three more seasons. Then I guessed that Daniel hasn't really been let in on the full truth by Conrad, it would be the only explanation. This is only speculation, your guess is as good as mine. I don't take peeks up ahead.

Whichever way it turns out, the series early on, as mentioned in earlier reviews, seemed an unlikely candidate for a full four seasons, as the whole plot is going to hinge on Victoria and Conrad and Daniel and Jack not knowing Emily's motives, and the Graysons not being dense characters, this current premise is bound to wear thin after more than twenty episodes onwards, let's not even talk about the reality of the more than sixty lying up ahead.

Perhaps this should have been a 22 episode mini-series?

Only time will tell what I'd think about it by the Final Season. But already they are on thin ice with this episode. Not that much to get excited about. Emily is coldly aiming to marry Daniel and ride the Graysons to hell, and kill whoever is responsible for the death of her father. Nothing new there.

Only point of interest was Christa B. Allen, who as Charlotte during an off time, stressed out and morose, wasn't as exciting as in the other episodes, but still giving the more watch-worthy performance. Okay, so she's my favorite, I'm biased on this subject, but Emily is a cold dark- minded heroine that doesn't really live up to expectations (though I know the majority of REVENGE fans would disagree, but they'd be missing the point I'm trying to make)

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