Revenge (2011–2015)
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Resurrection 

Victoria is resurrected, Amanda gets her test results and Emily encounters and old enemy.

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Victoria is resurrected, Amanda gets her test results and Emily encounters and old enemy.

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Nolan Ross: What now, revenger?
Emily Thorne: Let the punishment fit the crime. Victoria took my mother away from me. It's time I took her daughter away from her.
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References Mission: Impossible (1996) See more »

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Composed by Fil Eisler
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Madeline Stowe still in fine form
12 May 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

...so I take back what I said about her regarding the previous episode. She is still at peak performance, I was just a little worried there during the previous episode.

Personal favorite Christa B. Allen the absolute stand-out of this episode. Why she should be credited last, AFTER that Connor Paolo of all people, I do not know.

A special mention to Gabriel Mann's witty dry- humored Nolan Ross. I generally post quotes here on the site involving female leads, but his punchlines are great!

What's happened to Emily Alyn Lind? Her real- life little sister replaced her as the 5 year old version of Amanda (the original Amanda, hoo, confusing!) and Emily's not needed anymore...

Fortunately, the irritating Japanese martial arts experts do not appear in this episode. Irritating, to me, because they seem so contrived, as in "whimsical scriptwriter loves karate movies" and adds something that is to his, and only his, liking. It doesn't blend in, and wouldn't.

Stop-gap characters. They abound in this series. That mysterious guy, I feel it is shoddy storytelling to pull rabbits out of hats. Case in point: as interesting as it might be to have Jennifer Jason Leigh join the cast, how come there was so little referral to the absent mother last season BUT NOW of course, it's all of a sudden all about Mommy?

It's that kind of thing. Inventions along the way...

So, I am still quite critical of this show, but of course, it has its share of moments!


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