Revenge (2011–2015)
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Grief 

Emily's search for the white haired man is interrupted by the wedding plans, and now Nolan is going after him. Meanwhile, Sammy seems to be on the final stage of his life.

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Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
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Carole Miller
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Jaime Cardaci (as Rachel Katherine DiPillo)
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Dr. Ray Clemons
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Daniel is resolved to save his father's firm, but demands afterwards everything be legal and by the book. Victoria blackmails even Lydia into joining the SEC case against Conrad. As their parents' bickering sabotages Charlotte's therapy, she returns to Declan. Nolan prevents Emily's murder resolution after they identify David's white-haired killer, but they fiends comes after him. Jack and Emily are drawn together even closer by old dog Sammy's death rekindling youth memories. Written by KGF Vissers

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Emily Thorne: [opening voiceover] They say grief occurs in five stages. First, there's denial, followed by anger. Then comes bargaining, and depression. For most, the final stage of grief is acceptance. But for me, grief is a life sentence without clemency. I will never accept and I will never forgive, not even after the man who killed my father lies dead at my feet.
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The World Unfolds
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Performed by Gabriel & The Hounds
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Cried like a little girl in this Ep
14 February 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Overall, I like the show. I think that it ran about as long as it should have -- perhaps a bit longer in some cases. Episode spoilers below.

However, this episode was one of the most hard-hitting for me. (Until the final season) this episode marks the end of Emily's childhood with the death of her dog, Sammy. Considering the body count of this series, it seems silly that the dog dying was so sad, but he was both so happy to see her again and symbolized the last time she was happy with her father. His death was a gut punch.

Easily one of the most memorable episodes of the first 3 seasons. Well done.


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