Revenge (2011–2015)
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Identity 

Emily, Aiden and Nolan work to uncover the Falcon's true identity and stop the Initiative.

Director:

Charlie Stratton

Writers:

Mike Kelley (created by), Joe Fazzio | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Madeleine Stowe ... Victoria Grayson
Emily VanCamp ... Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
Gabriel Mann ... Nolan Ross
Henry Czerny ... Conrad Grayson
Ashley Madekwe ... Ashley Davenport
Nick Wechsler ... Jack Porter
Josh Bowman ... Daniel Grayson
Barry Sloane ... Aiden Mathis
Connor Paolo ... Declan Porter
Christa B. Allen ... Charlotte Clarke
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa ... Satoshi Takeda
Susan Park ... Edith 'Fa1c0n' Lee
Jessica Tuck ... Alison Stoddard
Ben Bode ... Dean Todd Walton (as Ben Bodé)
JuJu Chang ... Herself (as Juju Chang)
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Storyline

Aiden agrees that Emimy's best shot at ruining the Graysons is sharing unsuspecting Daniel's bed as his bride. Victoria hopes to appease Conrad about her secret puberty pregnancy by proof of abortion, but Nolan accepts to take on the only better hacker, the Falcon, who helped former employer Victoria and the Initiative, hence shares blame for Padma's murder, finds out it's a girl by gaming dare and sets a trap so the FBI can finally lock her up. Jack dumps Emily as Carl's godmother, Declan is shocked that Charlotte prefers partying over promised help with his crucial Ivy league application essay. Written by KGF Vissers

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bed | adoption | paternity | party | duel | See All (9) »


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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 April 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Island, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Quotes

[last lines]
Aiden Mathis: As much as I hate to say it, shouldn't you be with Daniel right about now?
Emily Thorne: I was. Daniel's pushing me to define our relationship.
[Emily places Daniel's engagement ring on the table]
Aiden Mathis: What, are you asking me for my permission?
Emily Thorne: I don't know.
Aiden Mathis: Well, this was your plan all along, wasn't it? Rip the golden boy away from his family, tear the Graysons apart from the inside? Leave them broken, powerless.
Emily Thorne: Yes.
Aiden Mathis: Well, then tell me this one thing. When this is all over, when... when they've paid ...
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Connections

References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Oh Mercy
(uncredited)
Performed by Europa
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Regina, set to bring out the wild side of Charlotte

Ah, at least Christa didn't get her scenes deleted again this episode. And some extra viewer interest here with bad girl Regina set to initiate (and seduce) rich girl Charlotte into the girls-gone-wild lifestyle.

Some loose thoughts:

Re Emily listening in on Victoria and Conrad discussing the 1973 (supposed) abortion. Noticed the way anybody can just walk into the Grayson mansion unannounced? Millionaires would live with no security? The Graysons, especially, would have round-the- clock surveillance, given their precarious situation pitted against the Initiative.

I was kinda expecting to see Sloane again, the girl with her eye on Daniel, from last week's episode. Ah well...

The Falcon turns out to be... this unlikely Oriental girl? Hoo boy. Hoo boy again. Tut, tut, tut. You think she seems in any way convincing? Tut, tut, tut.

That old replacement Chinese dude really bugs me. Really doesn't fit in. The sophisticated original, back in Season 1, was a whole lot better. This guy just looks like a thug. And can't act. Is just there. People, the whole Chinese thing (Aiden included) was a BAD idea from the start. And now you perpetuate it this way? If you couldn't get the original guy again, drop the character.

Oh, and by the way, I should have mentioned this before, but Henry Czerny is absolutely great when he gets that menacing exasperated tone, that soft hissing of his words. And if The Raven praises a male actor, that should be some feather in his cap!


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