Revenge

Season 2 Episode 3

Confidence

29
Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Oct 14, 2012 on ABC
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8.8
out of 10
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126 votes
5

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  • Episode Summary

    The Graysons return to the spotlight and the center of a media storm; Emily's past continues to haunt her.

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • Confidence

      7.5
      This was a fairly good episode of Revenge, not as good as the previous two episodes but still pretty good.

      I enjoyed all the media attention surrounding the Grayson family. But I didn't really care for the flashbacks featuring Emily and aiden
    • Who is Aiden???

      8.0
      Did I hear correctly when the Japanese mentor told Amanda/Emily that Aiden was her brother?

      Did anyone else hear that? It was when she went to meet Aiden so they could leave together to look for his sister.
    • Confidence

      10
      Confidence was a perfect and very entertaining episode of Revenge. I really enjoyed watching because there was a lot of character and plot development along with multiple conflicts of interest. The story was well crafted, the acting was superb, and the media storm swarming the Graysons was quite intense. I liked how every thing played out. I look forward to watching the next episode!!!!!!!!!
    • Jumping the Shark?

      2.5
      I have invested a lot of time in this series for which I have to suspend a lot of disbelief in the first place. Last night's episode was pushing the already thin envelope, however. I realize that "Emily's" past is now haunting her, but I didn't get any expostion as to why it was so stressful as to justify attempted cold blooded murder. Also, Daniel's latest facile switch should have been unbelievable even to doting Mom. Declan's metamorphosis from a somewhat principled but confused individual into a common thief is absurd. And Jack's offhand disposal of "Amanda" was equally dumb.



      I guess if the writers want to go down the path of "everbody's a mess", then good luck. I see the skis being strapped on though.moreless
    • Such a brilliant storyline!

      10
      This was an icnredible storyline and a brilliant continuation to Revenge! So many great developments today! Finally we get some more info on the new guy that's been stalking Emily. Certainly seems like an interesting character. For sure.



      Very interesting developments at Grayson Manor. Such a dysfunctional family, yet trying to appear completely normal. It' s quite funny at times. :P



      I just can't wait to see how this all continues to unfold! It is so interesting and it is really breathtaking at times! Keep it up, Revenge! I can't wait for Episode 4!moreless
    Michael Nardelli

    Michael Nardelli

    Trey Chandler

    Guest Star

    Latarsha Rose

    Latarsha Rose

    Rachel Fisk

    Guest Star

    Brianne Howey

    Brianne Howey

    Eve

    Guest Star

    Margarita Levieva

    Margarita Levieva

    Amanda Clake/Emily Thorne

    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Jason Leigh

    Jennifer Jason Leigh

    Kara Wallace Clarke

    Recurring Role

    Barry Sloane

    Barry Sloane

    Aiden Mathis

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Kara Wallace Clarke: (Emily listening to a voicemail on the White Haired Man's phone ) Gordon, it's me. Where are you? Some guy claiming to be a detective Lasky came by with a sketch asking questions. I-I know what I'm supposed to do and if I don't hear from you by tomorrow I'll start shutting everything down and go dark like we promised... Only I'm hoping I won't have to that somehow you're still okay. God, Gordon, please be okay. I love you.

      • Emily Thorne: (voice over opening scenes) In a race between danger and indecision the difference between life and death comes down to confidence, faith in our abilities, certainty in ourselves and the trust we put in others.

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