Season 1 Episode 17


Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Apr 18, 2012 on ABC
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    Revenge: Masterpiece Theater

    Plots are shifting so rapidly it feels like all my predictions have to be re-calibrated: Daniel is back home, ready to stir up trouble; Victoria has other things on her plate, for once, instead of just fretting about her galas;…

  • Episode Summary

    As Daniel stands trial for Tyler's murder, Victoria's surprise reunion with her ex-love Dominik Wright poses a threat to her family's struggles and Jack's desperate search for Amanda is put on hold when he is named a suspect in the murder investigation.

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    • More amazing storylines!

      OK, so firstly to Victoria's new relationship. It seems like it is either going to tie into the storyline (which I hope it does) othererwise I think it's quite pointless as the storyline really wouldn't need it.

      In other news, things got very interesting today with what Victoria did to get Daniel away from prison. The final line and scene of the pisode today left me a little confused. Clearly Emily is conflicted, but who ws that man and why was he so significant that she had to beat him up like that?

      Meanwhile, interesting storyline with Jack pursuing Amanda, while Charlott e and Daeclan's storyline was equally interesting.

      So many great scenes! I can't wait to watch the next one!!!moreless
    • An okay episode

      -Okay, so I liked the episode but I didn't love it.

      - They managed to create more layers to Victoria, I loved her scenes.

      - Everyone is betraying everyone

      - Seriously, can't they get some decent wigs?

      - Charlotte is a little bit more interesting now...

      - "This is for jack. This is for Daniel"- that final line managed to confirm that she is conflicted and loves both. Hopefully now people can stop with the "she only loves jack," "she is only stringing Daniel along for her master plan" talk.

      - The episode was uneven, I mean:

      *How could Victoria possible try to implicate Emily? She was at the party while Victoria was giving the toast, just as the shots were heard.

      * How could Declan credibly rat out Charlotte?

      * Why bring in a new lover for Victoria, is this just soap or will this somehow be tied into the plot?

      * If you are going to hire a spin doctor, wouldn't the wealthy Graysons hire a professional PR firm, not some author like Treadwell?moreless
    • 1x17 "Doubt"

      Revenge returns after a LOT of time with a highly enjoyable episode. Some serious character and plot development in 40 minutes of the Hamptons most disturbed family. The fun you get watching Revenge is the kind of fun only a few shows really pull off and this episode had some good lines and moments to remember (like the end).
    • Really enjoyed the ending.

      I loved seeing Emily finally beat the s**t out of somebody and using the skills we all know she has and except for Nolan they don't.
    • Doubt

      Doubt was a great episode of Revenge if only for a few key scenes. I really did enjoy watching because the action and intrigue picked right up and took some interesting turns and twists. There was a lot of character and plot development, though what there was just didn't seem like enough in some scenes. I was thrilled to see Emily take an inventory of herself and re-acclimate to the situations at hand. Declan and Charlotte are at odds over the night on the beach while Victoria plots to get her son home at a price higher than money can buy. I loved how Emily caught on to the fact and got Revenge for the incident initiated by Victoria. There were some very intriguing aspects to this episode and I certainly look forward to watching what happens next!!!!!!!moreless
    James Purefoy

    James Purefoy

    Dominik Wright

    Guest Star

    Courtney B. Vance

    Courtney B. Vance

    Benjamin Brooks

    Guest Star

    Tess Lina

    Tess Lina


    Guest Star

    Roger Bart

    Roger Bart

    Mason Treadwell

    Recurring Role

    Ed Corbin

    Ed Corbin


    Recurring Role

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