Revenge

Season 3 Episode 1

Fear

72
Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Sep 29, 2013 on ABC
8.6
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Emily has a new timeline as she renews her request for revenge; and Victoria reunites with her long-lost eldest son, complicating things for her family.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Help S3

    10
    I need to see S3
  • Could not believe Conrad was behind everything going on all this time. I will rate it as 9

    9.0
    Just got done with final episide of season 2 - can't wait to see how far Conrad Grayson gets by with everything he has done. Letting his people think there was a initiative. What will Jack do now he lost hus wife who he thought was Amanda Clarke, now loses his brother. I also can't believe the girl actually set up Nolan after all.

  • revenge

    7.0
    i thought that fear was a very promising episode from revenge because it actually set things up in the right direction by bogging down all the subplots from season 2 so that we could really get back to what this show a success in season 1, but though it wasn't perfect but still promising. hopefully the rest of the season will be more like season 1
  • revenge confusing

    4.5
    in the beginning of the show you see emily get shot then you see that she is having a dream. she tells jack that she is the real amanda clarke but was that for another future show? then jack kisses emily like he really is in love with her and then says I don't feel anything. I don't get this opening show? am I the only one that found this show confusing? I love Nolan but parachutting into a party was just ridiculous!!!!!!!

    does Jack really know that emily is amanda? love to hear from all of you on thismoreless
  • Kinda Meh!!! but am still hopeful

    6.0
    The first of episode of revenge was not Bad, and that's being kind. So let's forget,anti-climatic season 2 resolutions (Nolan already out of jail,)the brushed under the rug storylines (Charlotte's baby and her new sexuality???) Don't mind the plot holes (danciel and Victoria can't tell Emily's is acting evil) and convoluted plot points (Nolan parachuted in to avoid security, Emily SO easily changed the medical records and pinned it on "Ashely"???) WHATEVER it was still entaining



    Season 3 is on a mission to take us back to the original, but here's the thing, season 1 was must watch TV because it was fun, scandalous and over the top but all the while managing to be very "Focused".



    There was something so cool about watching Emily and side kick Nolan take down people each week on the way to the Grayson leaders, Conrad and Victoria. that was the premise, that was it,simple!!! , and as far as i was concerned all the secondary characters, Danciel, Tyler, Amanda, Jack, Declan, Ashley, Charlotte and Aidan were minor distractions that made her mission a little challenging and raised the stakes, but ultimately they were "distractions" and should have stayed that way.



    Revenge started to fail when it tried to bring these other characters into the centre. Seriously!!! who cared about Jack/Declan and their stupid Bar???, or Charlotte and her tantrums?? or even Nolan and his lame love affairs?? I love Nolan)



    Master takeda said it well, when he told Emily to screw everybody else and focus and that's what Revenge 3 needs to do,take out the B-level character dead weight and focus on Emily. Bring in new rivals for her to take down on her way to the Greysons, if she takes someone down, can that person stay down please, or it becomes pointless





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Ashley Madekwe

Ashley Madekwe

Ashley Davenport

Guest Star

Diogo Morgado

Diogo Morgado

Dr. Jorge Velez

Guest Star

Justin Hartley

Justin Hartley

Patrick Osbourne

Recurring Role

Karine Vanasse

Karine Vanasse

Margaux LeMarchal

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Emily: I am so sorry that I lied to you. That I didn't tell you the truth in the first place.
      Jack: I know..I think about all the opportunities you had to tell me. That night under the fireworks, the night Sammy died...
      Emily: I wanted to.
      Jack: But you didn't. So I ask myself, why? Why was this so important to you? Then a couple weeks ago, I was leaving my uncle's place in Pittsburgh, and Carl was asleep in the back. I looked in the rearview, and just as he was waking up, his eyes caught mine, and...he just sprang to life. And in that moment, I saw the love that a child has for their father, and I understood why you're doing what you're doing. (moves in closer and holds her face in his hands. Why you told me when you did. To save me. (kisses her passionately, then stops) I didn't know how I felt about you until this moment. (moves away) And I'm sorry. I just don't feel anything. I'll keep your secret, but it's just me and Carl now. Leave us alone.

    • Jack: You're responsible for what happened with Conrad today, aren't you?
      Emily: He had no right being governor in the first place.
      Jack: So you almost kill him? Isn't that exactly what you were stopping me from doing?
      Emily: I'm not killing anybody, Jack. But I will let them suffer. These are terrible people doing terrible things. This is what they deserve!
      Jack: Did Amanda get what she deserved? Did Declan? Will I once the Graysons start connecting dots? Because they know what Amanda Clarke was trying to do to them. They just killed the wrong girl.
      Emily: (getting irritated) Yeah, you're right.
      Jack: (long pause) Finish this by the end of the summer, then leave for good, or I'll tell everyone the truth. (walks away)

    • Emily Thorne: (closing voice-over) Fear is the most primal of emotions, it can linger as a memory burnt into one's mind of a parent taken too soon. Or burrow into one's soul as self-doubt over a child's rejection. But the one thing we all fear the most is the unknown.

    • Emily Thorne: (opening voice-over) Fear. It's a fire that burns from birth in even the coldest heart. It motivates and paralyzes the best of us or is used as a weapon by the worst. But when your path is one of treachery and deception, the greatest fear of all is that the truth is absolute.

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