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Revenge: Suspicion

Updated on April 21, 2013

Revenge: Suspicion

Emily is falling in love with Daniel and she is way in over her head and losing control of her feelings. Daniel has a bet with Tyler as to who can win the biggest accounts at the Grayson Business at the Beach.

Victoria is keeping Lydia, her husband’s mistress, at their house and drugging her.

Emily thought she had sent Amanda to Paris but Amanda decided since Emily assumed her identity that she would return as the real Amanda Clarke. And Emily’s ability to manipulate Amanda is no longer working.

The police show up to find Frank Steven’s telephone signal.

Emily and Amanda have unresolved business between them.

Nolan is trying to run interference between Amanda and Jack so Jack doesn’t get hurt. And Tyler, Nolan and Ashley’s boy toy, stole Nolan’s credit card to buy Ashley a dress.

There is a flashback in this episode Victoria and Emily’s Father were lovers while Victoria was married to Conrad Grayson. It is odd that Emily knew Jack but not Daniel.

Tyler hits Nolan up for a $20 million investment. And Emily and Nolan find out that Lydia had every intention of exposing the Graysons for setting her Father up.

Victoria offers to buy Declan off from Charlotte and so Declan accepted and broken up with Charlotte but not really. Declan only took the money.

Tyler only ropes Noland into the investment with a kiss which his girlfriend, Ashley, sees and is quit upset with. Tyler writes it off to ambition.

Lydia gets a hold of Conrad and explains she is terrified of Victoria as Victoria keeps feeding her drugs. Conrad has Lydia moved out of the house secretly during a fund raising party as to protect Lydia.

Amanda assumes Emily true identity and starts and affair with Jack who Emily is secretly in love with.

We find out that Emily Thorne has bee trained by a Japanese businessmen.

Sadly it would seem Ashley is getting closer to Victoria Grayson to move up in life and as such is spying on Emily.

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The entire premise of the show is if you really want to hurt someone take something they love. Emily/ Amanda lost her father and so she is going to take something from Victoria is the only thing she loves Daniel but it doesn’t seem she wants to hurt Daniel.

With Lydia Victoria does seem like Kathy Bates in Misery.

I think in my earlier hubs that I thought this show had a very Asian feel about it. And to find out Emily has been trained by Japanese businessmen makes a lot of sense.

It is ironic that the real Emily Thorne would assume the identity of Amanda Clark creating a huge obstacle in the assumed Emily Thorne’s life.

It is awesome show with very tragedic characters. The characters are so overly sophisticated their complexities are their doom which is great entertainment.


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    • JT Walters profile imageAUTHOR

      JT Walters 

      7 years ago from Florida

      Hi Danielle,

      It is a very guilty pleasure but i am so glad I am not alone in my love for it.

      Thanks for reading, commenting and providing feedback.


    • danielleantosz profile image


      7 years ago from Florida

      I love this show! Very much a guilty pleasure, but I get so wrapped up in the characters.


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