Revenge (2011–2015)
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Confession 

An unexpected guest at Nolan's housewarming party leads to a showdown.

Director:

Matt Earl Beesley

Writers:

Mike Kelley (created by), Sallie Patrick | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Madeleine Stowe ... Victoria Grayson
Emily VanCamp ... Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
Gabriel Mann ... Nolan Ross
Henry Czerny ... Conrad Grayson
Nick Wechsler ... Jack Porter
Josh Bowman ... Daniel Grayson
Barry Sloane ... Aiden Mathis
Christa B. Allen ... Charlotte Clarke
James Le Gros ... Father Paul Whitley (as James Legros)
Karine Vanasse ... Margaux LeMarchal
Justin Hartley ... Patrick Osbourne
Jim Jansen ... Monk
Nick Heyman ... Waiter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alissa Bartow Alissa Bartow ... Carl Porter
Amber Bartow Amber Bartow ... Carl Porter
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Storyline

Now the Graysons are ruined, Conrad's fatal diagnosis forces him to resign, so even the Hamptons estate will have to be sold soon. Nolan now hosts the season's grandest party, at the grand new beach house Emily bought him. Charlotte's hostility to Patrick is sort on corroborated at a Grayson home dinner when even Victoria can't deny she too schemed to keep him away, yet he stand by her and helps kick-start her new gallery career, being a reputed painter. Aiden convinces Victoria to have joined her in search of revenge on Emily. Conrad is convinced by former employee Paul, now his confessor, to come clean about David Clarke's murder at his deathbed, but they have a terrible car crash. Daniel concentrates on his editor career, planning to expose his father business-wise, while magazine boss Margaux starts an affair with Jack, who is utterly true with Emily's vindictive scheming, but not his own. Written by KGF Vissers

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 October 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Island, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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Quotes

Charlotte Clarke: Jack, you helped me by opening up my eyes to the truth about my father. So I'm trying to help you.
Jack Porter: Help me what?
Charlotte Clarke: See that you stopped living. You take care of Carl and the bar, but not yourself.
[he sighs]
Charlotte Clarke: Amanda would want you to enjoy life. So would Declan. You know what he said to me once? He said "a ship is safe in the harbor, but that's not why ships were built."
Jack Porter: I'll bet he told you he made that up.
Charlotte Clarke: He didn't.
[he chuckles, and she laughs]
Charlotte Clarke: Regardless, you need to go out. And the beauty of ...
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Bones
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Written and performed by MS MR
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ain't nothing sacred here
17 October 2017 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

The religious penance theme continues in this episode. Conrad's ill health is fed by a little bottle administered by the unlikely nurse Emily. Come on, in real life, unhampered by a scriptwriter holding in the reins, Conrad would have rushed out for a second opinion, and he'd have been in the very best of convalescent care, not at home being tended by the next- door neighbor, but okay, somebody is spinning a good yarn and I'll just shut up...

The dream sequence with Charlotte picking up the knife and stabbing ol' Conrad in the heart... She was so intense, so devastatingly beautiful, fragile yet resolute, such unearthly perfection, words fail me, I can't describe just how awesome she was, you gotta see that for yourself...

The Patrick character. The way Victoria looks at him, this beefcake offering for the laydeeezz, don't tell me she is for one single little moment thinking of him as her long-lost son.

And Conrad and the priest drove off in the Ferrari Testarossa and they rode and they rode and they rode and then THEY HIT A POLE. A pole. It was standing there by the side of the road, just as regular telegraph and electric light poles do, and then this umpteen million dollar bucks car slammed into it and WHOOSH! it was on fire (as is the American way with colliding cars, they are apparently on a level with the Hindenburg) and CONVENIENTLY the way-too-informed-to-keep-around-in-the- (semblance-of)-a-script character can have his timely exit. Hell, they weren't even intoxicated and there wasn't even one oncoming truck. Oh how corny can you get?


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