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Revenge S03E17: "Addiction"


Buffets are a pretty cool invention, because you can take whatever you want and no one can stop you. "Hell yeah, I'm gonna grab some of these spring rolls," you think to yourself. But then you spot the mashed potatoes and they look good. The next thing you know, you've got the meal equivalent of an "around the world" party from college. There's spaghetti, a burrito, a salad (to imply that you're healthy), and pudding AND pie. And that's why buffets always seem like such a great idea—because you can sample a myriad of different things, whatever your brain tricks you into thinking sounds good. But about 15 minutes after shoveling nacho-cheese-topped pizza into your mouth, your stomach starts to rebel and you suddenly wish you'd never laid eyes on that damn buffet. And that's what "Addiction" felt like. A lot of possibly interesting moments that, when mixed together, made my insides hurt so badly that I wished Revenge could take it all back.

There were the scheming Grayson siblings; a running storyline about Pascal wanting to put his P in Victoria's V; Emily planning, setting up, and throwing a Monte Carlo-themed charity event in the span of 24 hours; Margaux strong-arming her father into giving her Voulez; Conrad manipulating Stevie into handing over the deed to the manor, a quick trip to Bermuda to catch up with Aiden and Aiden's break-up beard; and a weird bit about Nolan's prison bestie macking on Charlotte, PLUS the episode still found a way to work in Morgan Fairchild. I feel like I'm looking through a kaleidoscope, a device that make things appear fancy and beautiful, but if you stop and think about it, the results are just colorful, organized chaos. Which is also a pretty accurate metaphor for the Hamptons and Revenge as a whole, too. 


Let's start with Emily, for no other reason than she's the show's main character and we're supposed to care what she's up to. In order to get information from Pascal, she organized a charity event—with Daniel's credit card, no less—that would benefit a charity close to his heart. After Victoria folded the winning hand during blackjack allowing Emily to think she'd won, Emily found herself invited back to Pascal's room, but both were working a con, each hoping the other would get realllll chatty. I don't know what Emily expected, because it wasn't like Pascal was going to come out and say, "Did I ever tell you about the time I was involved in the David Clarke scandal?" But he was recording their conversation via a well-hidden bug in an Eiffel Tower figurine, and obviously, Emily has dog-like hearing and was able to figure this out immediately. What's Pascal up to? Nevermind, I don't care. Because he's just another character who's going to be gone in a few episodes, the latest in a long line of potentially interesting characters locked in an eternal battle with a storyline that's less than stellar.

I don't give a crap about the stuff happening at Voulez, so it's a relatively good thing that Pascal has agreed to hand over the magazine to Margaux—and just Margaux, no Conrad—after she and Daniel let it slip to Interpol that maaaaaybe there was something fishy going on with the books. I'm only vaguely more interested in Pascal's ongoing attempt to re-woo Victoria, as we learned the two used to be an item before she married Conrad. She met him at a flea market or something while she was studying abroad, which is how all great love stories begin. After she returned to the U.S., he sent her an orchid every day they were apart, which, FYI sometimes orchids smell like death. Like actual death—rotting flesh. I hope Pascal didn't send her those orchids. Anyway, Pascal really wanted to win Victoria back, and by the end of the episode, the two were all about it. I think Victoria might have been suffering from some sort of mental breakdown, because her hair was a hot mess. Like, the hottest mess. Who let her go to Monte Carlo night looking like she'd tried to use a crimper on a perm?


The rest of the episode was one mess after another. Daniel helped Margaux force her father and Conrad out at Voulez, which means she's not going to take the job as editor-in-chief of a magazine in Rome. Emily searched out Aiden in Bermuda because she missed him, but also because she wanted his help in deciphering what "TWM" referred to in Pascal's letter. This says a lot about how Emily operates—she's never going to put her love for someone above her desire for revenge against the Graysons, which is why she's going to end up alone. There's really no happy ending for her at this point, even if Aiden did return to the Hamptons—break-up beard and all—to announce that TWD were his father's initials. 

Meanwhile, over at the Southfork Inn, Conrad had a heart-to-heart with Stevie, which felt genuine but was actually just a way to get her to hand over the deed to Grayson Manor so he could give it to Pascal to use as leverage to get into Victoria's pants. Honestly, if Conrad had an honest moment in his entire life, I'm pretty sure his brain would just implode. This, of course, led to Stevie nearly throwing away all of her years of sober living, which was bound to happen sooner or later because her alcoholic past has been mentioned at least once every 15 minutes since she was introduced as a character. This wasn't just Chekhov's gun, this was Chekhov introducing the gun, then taking it out every so often, waving it around in the air, and firing a few warning shots. I'm not sure why more people who cross paths with the Graysons don't have drinking problems now that I think about it.


"Addiction" didn't really do much to move Revenge's overall story forward. It gave the appearance of having a lot going on, but it didn't really come together, and it didn't really advance the plot. We know Pascal was involved in the part of the story that involved Aiden's father and the part he played in the David Clarke scandal, but other than that, the episode was mostly just an excuse to throw a fancy party. It left a sour taste in my mouth, and the more I think about it, the more it makes my insides hurt. There isn't that much time left in this season, so the series would be wise to stop effing around and get down to business. 



NOTES


– Harsh truthiness from Aiden this week when he told Emily he wasn't like Nolan and she couldn't shut him out and then expect him to come running back to help her. Except that's what he did. But the fact that he talked trash about Nolan just made me dislike him even more.

– Daniel don't need no guest list, son! 

– Daniel also planted the idea that maybe Jack cared too much about Emily in Margaux's mind. Danny, you're trying so hard and it's so sad. Just get over it. And stop being super into your mom's dating life. You're starting to sound like Patrick.

– Why is everyone suddenly acting like Emily is poor? 

– Official ruling on Javier: He needs to go away ASAP. However, his Charvatar or whatever has more personality than actual Charlotte right now, soooo...

– Mason Treadwell is back next week!!!!!

– Nolan's best look this week was obviously the amazing ensemble he wore to Monte Carlo night. 


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AIRED ON 5/10/2015

Season 4 : Episode 23

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I used to like Daniel, now I wish they'd dump him in a deep deep hole.
Charlotte is a waste of space, Victoria is annoying, Margaux- who's that? Jack another waste, Conrad a two dimensional character, Stevie weak, Aided forced on us time and time again, and Emily has completely forgotten what her sharpie looks like.

ONLY Nolan is worth watching.
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I know I'm late, but I agree that this episode had too much going on. I do disagree, though, that it did nothing to move along the plot. All the subtle hints to what was coming up were evident in this episode. I ALSO agree that Daniel needs to die. If he doesn't, then at least kill Charlotte. She is so bland, I feel like I'm watching a blank screen when she speaks.
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I've said it every episode and I'll say it again can someone please please please please please please please please please kill Daniel, shoot him blow him up, dump him in the middle of the ocean just kill that sad sad sad man. By the way the PI is HOT.
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What? I think the opposite. This season and this episode had a lot going on. There were new character introductions and the plot widened because of it. Now it seems like there is actually too much going on. That's why it felt messy to me, but that's what I love about Revenge - so many intrigues. I want just a little bit less, but I also think this was the whole point of what's been going on lately = there seems to be a lot of obstacles for Emily now and she's struggled with it, and she still will once Mason is back in the picture too. That's what makes it exciting though, to see how she will cope with these obstacles and see her come out on top. I just hope the writers know exactly how to tie everything up this time, and not ditch storylines like they did with the initiative... Basically I don't mind however many intrigues they throw at us as long as they can tie everything together in the end.

I like the new characters much better than stupid Patrick, Padma, any every Nolan-related character, or Ashley... Stevie is interesting, and Pascal thrown into the mix is also a little exciting. I don't like Javier much though. He seems irrelevant and he came so sudden without any clear purpose. Aiden is still annoying. I was hoping he'd be gone by now.

I loved it when Daniel planted jealousy in Margaux' mind. I also like her getting a job offer. Hopefully we can get rid of her soon and see the relationship with Jack end so that he can smooch with Emily instead. She needs to get over the dick Aiden. I don't understand why Aiden act so mean towards her after HE is the one that cheated with Niko and killed their mentor...
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After the mess that was season 2 I was hoping that this season will improve. And at first it did look that way. Emily was back on revenge track but now it seems Revenge is about everything but her original mission.

You have Patrick, Margaux, Pascal.... all just having their 5 minutes of spotlight which don't move plot forward much.

Also Monte Cristo cigars were a nice touch. ;)
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PS Oh yeah, I would definately give my ex-husband my billion dollar estate in the Hamptons after that heart to heart , I guess Revenge thinks their audience is Children and would actually make a stupid move like that.

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And they want to pretend real estate title deeds are bearer instruments.
They can't keep ownership of stock or land on a realistic basis on this show.
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I still confused about last weeks episode where they expose Emily of a fake pregnancy that they had to have know about when they had her ovaries removed when she supposedly "lost" the baby in the 1 episode this season. So are the writers on drugs or what???? The Dr. couldn't tell she was never pregnant then????? WTF
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Victoria and Daniel knew about the fake pregnancy before the "exposure" at the opera. Charlotte did not, however. Emily was the one to "leak" the pregnancy to the Voulez tip line, but Victoria did not know it was Emily that had actually given up the medical information, so she saw an opportunity to expose Emily to the world that she was in fact never pregnant. This was all part of Emily's plan though because she wanted to break away from the Graysons in a public fashion and make them feel like they "won".
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Well but Aiden was right - but then again to stupid to not help her
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They're treating her like she's poor because when Victoria 'found' her infinity box it was planted with fake bank statements to make Emily look poor so that Victoria and Daniel would think that Emily is just a golddigger, nothing else. To their knowledge she is poor.
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I agree with you Kaitlin. This episode was a hot mess. Revenge just can't get back on track. I blame Season 2's ridiculous "The Initiative" plot, a greedy network and Aiden! They had the perfect opportunity to get rid of his character by leaving him in Bermuda (LOL very subtle metaphor Revenge. May the actual Bremuda triangle swallow you up Aiden!) so why oh why bring him back????


P.S. Speaking of obvious metaphors, can Charlotte please only appear in this form from now on?
SHE IS BEYOND POINTLESS!

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They should kill Daniel ASAP.
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Emily's red dress though. If there's one thing Revenge is consistent on, it's the character's impeccable dress ware, which was so on point in this episode. Although it was admittedly a slow episode, it had its fun moments. Swanky Hamptons parties are always nice, last week we got the opera and this week the casino. Watching Pascal and Emily go at it even though they know each other's motives but they don't know that the other knows (if that makes sense), is entertaining. They both seem to be on the same level, and with Pascal on Victoria's side it makes it a more even playing field. And I like Javier, he's fun. Next week looks like one hell of an episode. You can't go wrong with Mason Treadwell, you just can't. Wonder what he'll have to say to Victoria about Emily, probably nothing but it should be fun to watch regardless. "...a running storyline about Pascal wanting to put his P in Victoria's V." Well done, that's two consecutive weeks you've made me laugh in a review.
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At this point i'm just brainstorming my own revenge plot. Quick remix: Aiden gets killed by Takeda's daughter, because he killed TAKEDA! (that's the character equivalent of Declan killing Nolan and it needs to be remedied.) Nolan kicks out disposable character no.7 simply saying I no longer have a use for you, Charlotte's in the room. (who was he talking to? Doesn't matter, camera pans away and never pans back) Emily vows revenge for Aiden's death. "Cool, i'll be expecting it in 5 years" quips lady Takeda (ooh burn). Actual vengeance taken: Conrad's finally exposed for his role in David's framing and death; Daniel filled with rage over emily's true purpose tries to attack her, but oh that's right she's a black belt and gives him the beating of a lifetime; true to her word Emily turns herself in to the police to fulfill her deal with Mason T. What about Victoria? Fastforward 6 months V comes to gloat. "All that plotting and your still just a child locked in her room." "Not quite Mrs. Grayson, you see, I made it a point to punish those who caused my father's death, but your suffering was never going to be quick and painless. Charlotte hates you, Daniel is crippled (yes, Daniel is crippled it was that bad of a beating), Conrad took the easy way out, but you...you were always my primary target. For as long as i'm alive you will live in fear of the "gifts" i've left you in places you once thought you controlled, felt safe in. And after you've been tormented by the sins of your past enough I will come to give you the sweet release of death...to give you what you once gave me a gift of nothing for that's all you'll have left. Take care Victoria, i'll see you soon." Victoria visibly shaken quickly gets up from her seat and runs to the exit as Emily/Amanda lowers her head. Whispering into one of her handcuffs she says "Nolan, Operation retribution begins now..." The End
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Seriously guys... what's wrong with you? The majority of the most popular messages are about hair. Someone could think that this is a hairstyle show.
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Not far off: It's a fashion commercial!
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Revenge has been disappointing, I still hope they can turn it around, many fans are still hanging in there, Once again we get a week of characters that are most likely not long for the series, I talked about last week how they bring in characters like they are about to do something major but then they quietly disappear, this week the writing was on the wall for some of the new characters, how many people want to bet that Margaux will get devastated by Jack/Emily and take that job in Rome, That Nolan's new cyber room mate will do something awful and will find himself dead or in jail, Stevie will be quietly shipped off into rehab and Pascal will be rejected by Victoria or locked up or run off by Emily in about two episodes, Now for the regulars, Daniel (Please die) Charlotte please find out Emily is your sister so your usefulness can be fulfilled so you can go as well, Conrad well he can go die with Daniel, All we want is Victoria vs Emily with lots of collateral damage, why can't they figure that out. This show has separated the two best characters on the show Emily and Victoria, when they should be going head to head. Aiden is just a fill in for Jack, I'm not sure why they didn't go the obvious route and have Charlotte fall for Jack so it could be sister vs sister for his affections. It's just a mess now, dare I say it's become Initiative worthy FUCKERY? I mean Aiden coming back because it's his father's initials, that'a STRETCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I will be watching next week but it's a shame I'm more excited about Ressuretion than I am Revenge.
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Past time for this series to end. I really don't care what happens at this point. End it Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Oh Revenge, you still can't figure out what you did right in Season 1 can you?
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Totally agree on everyone treating Emily like she's poor. She was a millionaire and establishing herself individually before meeting the Graysons. I don't know why they're acting like she was just a gold digger.

I do disagree about Aidan still though. That's just me.
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As stated by others:
she is pretending to be a golddigger.
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"...a running storyline about Pascal wanting to put his P in Victoria's V..."

this was the moment, when iced tea came out of my nose. bravo!
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1. Emily and Vicky were playing poker, not blackjack. Specifically, Texas Hold Em.
2. TWM were Aiden's father's initials, not TWD. TWD is an awful show that's still rattling around on AMC of a Sunday night.
Vicky's hair was like a car crash, I just couldnt look away.
Ugh, Daniel, you are just the worst. Can you get any worse? Probably. My face curls in disgust every time Danny boy is on screen.
This was a very spinning the wheels type of episode. Not a lot going on, and stupid Aiden came back with his manky beard. Ugh.
I think this show is beyond redemption, and that makes me sad, because season 1 was pretty great.
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– Why is everyone suddenly acting like Emily is poor?
This is what I didn't get I mean she had money to rent the beach house so I don't understand why people think she's poor.
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I've not watched the last several eps. Did Em sell her beach house and then rent it from the new owners?
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She bought the beach house, she rented it to start with. The Greysons think she is poor now because they think she is a good digger because of the fake infinity box Nolan created. They don't realise she really does have money. But how they think she paid for stuff before I really don't know, but then, this programme doesn't really bear thinking things through too much!
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This season however she supposedly signed it over to Lydia and they've never made clear how she recovered title.
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She only promised Lydia her beach house if she kept well away from the wedding. That is why Aiden made sure she couldn't get into the wedding. Then the honeymoon happened and Emily got shot so no paper work was ever done. Next thing Lydia is on the run from the law. It was only a verbal promise and Lydia could hardly go to court to get it upheld without getting thrown in jail herself.
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You dislike Aiden for very personal reasons I guess, because he wasn't talking trash about Nolan...he never would. He just made a point that he is not like Nolan, who understands that Emily's cold shoulder is sometimes just cover....plus, Nolan and Emily's relationship is so different from her and Aiden's, so I can't agree with you.

Now, if you ask me who I dislike even more - Daniel Bitch The Third Grayson. OMG, what a shit face dude...srsly, if Charlotte has any brains left she would know better than to take her brother's side to go after Emily. What he is doing to Margaux and hurting Jack in the process for selfish and insecurity issues. PLEASE SOMEONE PUNCH HIS STUPID FACE! I wish Emily gets to do it soon. Daniel is just the worst. ever.!
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Aiden has hurt Nolan for his own purposes before (remember when he got Grayson Global control of Nolcorp?)
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About Emily being poor - I seem to remember them (Em and Nolan) making it look like Emily had no money and had just blagged her way into the Hamptons, it think it was when Patrick stole Em's wooden box and the content Nolan had replaced it with made it look like Em was a golddigger.

Or did I just make that storyline up in my mind?
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No, you are right!
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Oh good, my brain isn't just making up new revenge plots then :)
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Can somebody take this show behind the tool shed and just put two between it's eyes? It's past the interesting point and has just become sad...it belongs at the noonish hour with all the other soap operas... :/
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Ya know, if you don't like the show anymore you can take behind the too shed and shoot it between the eyes yourself, it's as easy as not watching any longer. It's your decision. That simple.
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yep..daytime soap opera..it's sad..I loved a lot this show back to season 1..
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Yeah, I loved season 1 when it had a plot that was having progress to it: ruin the graysons...then all the shit hit the fan and went somewhere else completely with that plane fiasco and just lost it...
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Everything on this show feels so ridiculously low stakes. It's not even trying anymore, because we already know the answers to the "burning questions" in each episode. "OMG! Could Conrad possibly be having a moment with his first wife?" No. Of course not. Like, why would we even ever believe that could be the case? "OMG! Will Emily get ALL the answers she's looking for out of Frenchie McAcent?" No, of course she won't, because why would she? "What will happen between Victoria and Emily THIS week?!" Uh, you mean besides a couple of sideways glances and a cutting remark or two (i.e. - the usual)? Not a whole lot. "What exactly is Charlotte up to?" WHAT EXACTLY IS CHARLOTTE UP TO?!?! WHO. FREAKING. CARES?!

And then next week's episode when Mason returns...."*gasp!* Oh no! Mason is back! And he's being tempted by Victoria!! What secrets will he--" STOP! Just.......stop. He will spill exactly zero secrets. We all know this.

*sigh* I used to love this show so much. Now I feel like I watch out of obligation more than anything in the hope that it will get back on track. This show probably should have been a limited series event, getting two seasons AT MOST. I really hope they wrap it up this season or next season once and for all.
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Javier is useless...
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"The only thing this episode is addicted to is garbage."


LOOOOL. the poll understands me. THANK YOU TV.com editors/writers. &
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The episode was okay. I've come to term with the fact that watching the plot unfold in Revenge is frustrating to say the least. Should a show be frustrating to watch? Probably not. I've given up on shows that annoyed me a lot less then Revenge does. And yet here I am watching this series every Sunday like a junkie. So what does that tell you? -.- The episode title perfectly fits what I am to this show.

Revenge may have cut its lose ends in the previous weeks, but now they've sowed the seeds of new plot points that I personally don't give a damn about. Why do the writers always do this? I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels the same.

I don't care enough about Stevie almost falling off the wagon. I don't care Jack and Margaux are starting to have relationship problems because Daniel is a dick. I don't care about Javier and Charlotte. Period. I can't emphasize that enough. And now Aiden is back. Ugh.

The writers knew they couldn't convincingly keep Aiden around after his story tied up. So now they're bringing up some plot about his father to keep him around longer. The only thing I'm convinced about is this is going to cause another headache for Team Revenge with Aiden going rogue and causing hindrances for Emily's own revenge plot.

I don't know whether or not Conrad was being sincere or manipulative with Stevie. Even though he's the bad guy and a terrible person I really can't help but to feel sympathetic with him. I do honestly believe Conrad is hurt whenever he finds out his wives have children that are not his.

I'm disappointed in Victoria. She fell right into Conrad's trap with Pascal. She should be smarter than that.

My favorite parts in the whole episode was when Emily revealed she paid for her her event using Daniel's card and when she wagered his engagement ring. Scandalous!


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What the hell? I thought we buried Aiden? This is just stupid. Can someone do something with Margaux's hair? It annoyed me even more than she did this week.

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Pft! I know how much everyone he loves it when I rant, but the episode was GOD awful.

Why is Aiden back? For the love of everything that is holy in this world, just get rid of him. Most useless and pointless character on the show ... he should have died a LONG time ago. This Emily/Aiden "love" story is disgusting. It's even more disturbing than Damon and Elena on the Vampire Diaries.

Can we talk about how:

- Aiden nearly drowned Emily in the last episode.

- Aiden is possessive, and he has physically and emotionally hurt Emily.

- Aiden is a complete wacko who doesn't value human life. He put Jack's life in jeopardy just because he got jealous ... like WHAT THE ACTUAL F**K?

- Aiden and Emily's relationship consists of nothing but sex and talking about how they love each other ... okay but why?

- The actors have ZERO on-screen chemistry. I cringe every time they kiss.

JUST ENOUGH ALREADY.



Random dude I don't care about kissing Charlotte? Okay? Why? ... moving on.

I don't care about Stevie. I don't care about Jack's girlfriend's father either. LOL (I'm bad at names; like really, I can't be bothered to remember his name) What's the deal with these random and poorly written side characters I don't care about? STOP, show, just stop.

Like it's bad enough the focus was on characters I don't care about, nothing really happened. Victoria and Emily playing mind games ? Okay, been there, done that a million times before! When do we get a cat fight? Victoria and Emily HATE each other. It's time for a brawl. It's been 3 seasons already.

Daniel has been acting like a baby for 2-3 episodes now. He's always planning evil things with mommy because he doesn't like Emily. Grr. Grow a pair, Daniel. You are being childish.

Anyway ...

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Daniel, you suck so such at this manipulation thing and Margeux I hope that was you at the casino realizing how easily you were manipulated into distrusting Jack. I mean Charlotte (of all people) being totally upset at Daniel probably should have been a clue. And Daniel, you big baby, going after Jack in terms of Emily's allies is like...I don't know, really wimpy. Try and go after Nolan or Aiden, I dare you. Oh and your father is evil too, poor Stevie. I hope Jack managed to put that all together (at least her conversation with Conrad got her to that place) and you are ready to go guns blazing.

I like Aiden coming back this way, to remind everyone that this is not merely about David Clarke but his family and all the people who died on the plane crash.
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Another winning dress for Emily. Seriously. But what was with Victoria's hair? Its usually flawless, and this new curl look was a hot mess (maybe intentional since she was falling back into 30 years or so back?). Anyway enough fashion police.

The episode to me, seemed good? Like a lot better than previous weeks. And I like this new dynamic of Emily and Daniel hating each other a lot more than what it's been like since they first broke up in season 1.

A negative is this really ridiculous tendency of making EVERYONE connected. Now Aiden's father? And Stevie? What's next Nolan and Javier's parents will get in on the action too? Just ... ehh.
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hot mess? WTF?

Victoria's HAIR LOOKED FLAWLESS.
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Each to their own. I think she always looks flawless except in that curly do.
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Solid episode.
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Not really.
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I'm feeling as addicted as I felt throughout season one. Rather than being vulnerable because of "blackouts", Emily now seems legitimately challenged by her adversaries who are not just suspicious of her motives but actually testing her intentions. The episode could have done without the cheap drama between Margaux and Jack.
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Yes but I believe the writers are setting up a Jack and Emily reunion. I'm just confused as to why they brought him back at the end of that episode.
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I definitely think Emily and Jack will end up together. It seems like the show has been dishing enough drama Jack's way so that he can reasonably relate with Emily. Aiden will probably be around as long as the show is, but he and Emily are too affected by the whole revenge thing to ever be in a relationship outside of that.
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It wouldn't let me reply to that last comment but I just wanted to say that would be a beautiful ending. Hope it happens.
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I think Aiden will sacrifice himself for emily at some point.
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That would make a lot of sense. Also a friend of mine brought up the fact that Emily's infertility and Jack's single father status sets them up to be an ideal couple. Emily would get a child, Carl would get a Mom, and technically Jack would get "Amanda".
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REVENGE IS BACK!
Except for that weird pink tie thing stevie grayson was wearing
Also how many times does emily change in one day?
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Yes, that TIE! Wtf?



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I gave up on this show last season (after being totally addicted to season 1 and the first half of season 2.

I don't think I'll watch what I've missed. But, I'd love to at least read the summaries so I see where the story has gone.

Where can I catch all your previous review/summaries?
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  • Season 1 was amazing.
  • Season 2 was stinky.
  • Season 3... not TOO bad but not near Season 1's quality.
At the beginning of Season 3 the characters made an off-hand comment about how they never want to even hear anyone mention the Initiative again, they'd rather pretend it didn't happen. Which seemed like the writers admitting "Yeh, that sucked let's move on" Since Season 3 had a major reset to get rid of that whole plot line and its fallout.
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The reviews focus more on the bad than the good, but this season has been pretty solid. You should tune back in.
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I don't like that they moved away from being a show about revenge and instead became a night-time soap opera.
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Check the community page, there should be all the past reviews there
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Thanks.
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Now that was some red dress!
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