Revenge (2011–2015)
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Daniel tries to rattle Emily; Emily's instability puts everything she has worked for at risk.


John Terlesky


Mike Kelley (created by), Gretchen J. Berg | 4 more credits »




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
Nick Wechsler ... Jack Porter
Josh Bowman ... Daniel Grayson
Barry Sloane ... Aiden Mathis
Christa B. Allen ... Charlotte Clarke (credit only)
Gail O'Grady ... Stevie Grayson
Karine Vanasse ... Margaux LeMarchal
Annabelle Stephenson ... Sara Munello
Justin Hartley ... Patrick Osbourne
Stephany Jacobsen ... Niko Takeda (as Stephanie Jacobsen)
Brett Cullen ... Jimmy Brennan
Jayne Brook ... Loretta Deaton


Daniel is furious now Conrad got him fired as Margaux's magazine editor and to have lost Sara for Emily's fake pregnancy, so he bonds with 'last kin mate' Charlotte. Patrick wrestles with frustrations over his lying mother, driving him to torch the gallery he helped her acquire, and his till now absent biological father, who proves even worse. NIko discovers the sword used to murder her father under ex Aiden's bed and realizes he's been doing Emily's bidding. Written by KGF Vissers

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Sara Munello: [relaxing by pool, in bikini, chatting on phone] I'd love to go to Aunt Gina's jewelry party. Just, the thing is, work has me slammed right now. Ma, please don't say I'm blowing you off.
[Emily appears]
Sara Munello: Uh, look, I gotta hop. A customer's giving me the stink-eye. Yeah.
Emily Thorne: It's one thing to deliver a wake-up call to my husband and his mistress, but I have too much self-respect to watch you lounge by our pool. You have to go now.
Sara Munello: Well, Daniel asked me to stay, and I'm sticking by him.
Emily Thorne: I won't let you ...
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References The Odd Couple (1968) See more »


We Must Be Killers
Performed by Mikky Ekko
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where's Christa?
27 November 2017 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

I see by the other review here, a confirmation that some people really go for this, as I surmised. The show couldn't have lasted so long without a solid fan-base. With my regular postings here, I'm pretty sure I must rank as a staunch critic of the show. But just like this Other Reviewer, I am also aware of the glitz and the glamor and the thrills and the fun. It's just that, as is the way with network television, the project gets handed over to different 'executors', and every scriptwriter adds his or her new flavor, and the whole thing becomes a heady mix, a stew peppered with too much spice, and even this Other Reviewer here refers to the unforgivable Season 2...

Not a show to take serious? Believe you me, this one, the plot unravels as it goes along with the tiger catching it's own tail and gagging on it! If the Graysons were dumb clucks, maybe then, but even then, they'd have had to be very dumb clucks. Point is, somebody like Conrad, and somebody like Victoria, they'd have figured the scheme of things out back in Season One.

Doesn't change the appeal, though. As the Other Reviewer attests.

Everything here is every bit entertaining, make no mistake. I find that Nolan has fizzled out, his quirks now sound flat and without sparkle. The whole thing with Patrick really ruined the character. Okay, that's my opinion. But you won't be able to deny that Gabriel Mann's performance is way, way down.

Emily Vancamp gives a very convincing performance right down to a hunted, cornered look. Her whole mission is in the balance, and her portrayal of bewilderment is something to behold.

Some others are just not in that class. Stephanie Jacobson, as Niko, for one. And, oh, please, I can't say the original Mrs. Grayson is what the already overcrowded show needs.

Hey. Christa, where's Christa? Unlike in the summary provided here by kgv vissers, no sign of Charlotte (I watch on DVD).

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19 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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