Revenge Round Table: "Perception"
Revenge brought up the topic of perception versus reality last Wednesday night, as Grandpa Grayson went at it with his son and Conrad told Charlotte the truth about her father.
Indeed, a Pandora's Box was opened and we all can't wait to see what falls out of it on this week's engagement party-themed installment. First, though, Round Table panelists Christine Orlando, Leigh Raines and Dan Forcella are here to take a look back...
What was your favorite moment from the episode?
Christine: Is it sad to say that my favorite thing about the episode was the outfits. I thought all of the dresses were stunning and Madeline Stowe was gorgeous in her white dress with the red details. I also love that Victoria can dictate what her guests will wear to her party. Even when it all goes to Hell, at least she can guarantee that everyone will look good.
Leigh: My favorite part was definitely the end when the trap door was open and the fire and ice invitation was there that said "Emily Thorne will attend." Fauxmanda just put her game face on and I was not expecting that!
Dan: I loved Grandpa Grayson yelling at Conrad for being such a jerk. Before that moment we saw a nice old man, so it was awesome seeing the Grayson mean streak come out.
Who will Grandpa Grayson eventually help most by returning to town?
Christine: I love William Devane. He's the perfect actor for this role. Grandpa Grayson may end up being a wild card but I love the bond he has with Victoria. Those two could make one heck of a devilish duo.
Leigh: I think Grandpa Grayson has a strong bond with Victoria now, but as things unravel he will become more protective and involved with the kids.
Dan: I think he'll help out all of the Graysons, and therefore be a big detriment to Emily's plans. Not only does he seem to be determined to help his family, but Grandpa Grayson might have the means to take Emily out if need be.
Do you agree with Nolan's decision to show Fauxmanda the tape?
Christine: No! Nolan's a bit of a softy and I love that about him, but it was a dumb move and could have deadly consequences.
Leigh: Nolan needs to stop having a conscience if he wants to be part of Emily's plans.
Dan: Not if I'm Emily, but I loved seeing him do it. There are certain people that don't need to be taken advantage of over and over again. Fauxmanda and Jack aren't on her list, so why continue to put them in harm's way?
Is Jack becoming too annoying with his love for Amanda? Or do you feel for him?
Christine: I've never really liked Jack and his obsession with Amanda is too much for me.
Leigh: I feel bad for Jack because the woman he loves isn't real. The Amanda he holds a candle for isn't the little girl he once knew.
Dan: Oh, he's definitely annoying, but I agree with Leigh that it's hard not to feel bad for him for the mess he's got into with Fauxmanda. It's not good for anybody.
Who shoots Daniel at this week's engagement party? And what are the consequence?
Christine: Are we sure that Daniel's the one who gets shot? I still think there are other possibilities. It wouldn't surprise me if Tyler wandered back for this party. I guess we'll find out Wednesday night.
Leigh: I echo Christine's idea that it might not be Daniel. Either way, it will probably result in a trial and even more revenge.
Dan: Okay, I'll be the lone one who still thinks it's Daniel. He's not going to die, though. Jack shoots him. Daniel survives.