Revenge (2011–2015)
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Emily Thorn is remembering again but will people from her and Aidan's past come back to bite them?



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Episode cast overview:
Victoria Grayson
Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
Nolan Ross
Jack Porter
Aiden Mathis
Charlotte Clarke
Margaux LeMarchal
Patrick Osbourne
Niko Takeda (as Stephanie Jacobsen)
Jessica Roche
Dr. Angela Sturman


Conrad tells 'ingrate' Daniel, who considers returning to Sara again, he's on his own from here. To save Victoria, Patrick tries to seduce NOlan and get him drunk to search for evidence, but is caught and has to knock him down. Overcoming amnesia, Emily is ready to give up on revenge, her evidence box being seized, but Nolan managed to switch it and thus mislead Victoria, who insisted to take Daniel's bride in at the manor for control. Aiden is surprised to find Emily in medical charge of and watched over by Takeda's daughter Niko, his ex. Written by KGF Vissers

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12 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Sara Munello: Well, I don't want your money. I want you to leave me alone.
Daniel Grayson: Well, I can't, not after what...
Daniel Grayson: Not after you hurt yourself the way you did.
Sara Munello: You... you think I tried to kill myself, because you married Emily? That is... is so typical Grayson, believing everything is about you.
Daniel Grayson: Your roommate called me...
Sara Munello: I was drunk, Danny. I passed out and almost drowned. I was stupid, okay? But I won't be stupid again.
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too much
22 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

While watching, it came to me: How to sum up what is wrong, in only two words: Too much. While this stuff is good, no denying that, the credibility of the show didn't take long to go out the window. With each passing episode, more and more characters were introduced, they are all a volatile brew in a heady mix, erupting sporadically, much entertainment, but if you try to make any sense of it, well, what a buncha junk, but good junk.

My favorite, Christa, had the week off, it seems, and she gives only a token appearance.

Notice how Sara, Daniel's ex, exclaiming "She's a psycho!" is now also set up with the potential.for revenge.

To get back to my previous review, there is just no way the press would have gone for Lydia as the apparent culprit. Where is the motive? Lydia has none. Little minor skirmishes.

And as for Mademoiselle Frenchie, a magazine like Vogue, oops,.Voulez, is hardly the type of media suitable for news expose. A fashion magazine is a monthly do, and these goings-on are still just immediately afterward. Voulez is not a newspaper which can keep up with what happens here and now.

Offering a $10 million reward for Lydia? Lydia is some sort of terrorist jackal? Deena more than just a tad excessive. I would imagine that Lydia would be brought in easily by a couple of boy scouts.

I can list dozens of stuff, these are just what I thought about while watching.

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