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Interesting but didn't add much. Emotional Amanda was good to see. Set up for NYE 2011.
I honestly felt so bad for Victoria, the way she was hanging on to the house was incredibly sweet. Conrad saying they were selling kinda broke my heart a little regarding Victoria. I seriously love this character, she's so complex, evil but at the same time so likeable somehow. I don't really get why Emily is being so harsh on her, Conrad deserves all the things Emily has (hopefully) waiting for him!
in the picture for the upcomming episode "Grief". Nolan is breaking into someone's house. It appears it is the US Marshall that supposedly killed David Clarke. If you look at the picture you see over Nolan's shoulder what looks like the grey haired man. I believe Emily (real Amanda) is bashing him over the head and killing him in the next episode "Grief".
Who is the actor that played Roger? I know I've seen him fairly recently on TV and it's driving me nuts trying to remember where I've seen him!
IMDB (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2263865/fullcredits) was no help.
"I didn't think it was possible to feel that he was even more of an arrogant, pompous weasel but I was wrong. It made me wish that Emily had done worse than just burned his home and his manuscript."
LOL and AMEN to what the reviewer said above, my thoughts exactly about Mason Treadwell, who is just too Snidely Whiplash-like to be real, he nearly twirls his moustache in every episode he's in!
Still, I love this show, mainly because Amanda/Emily is so like a panther, elegant and beautiful, but deadly when stalking her prey. And I ADORE Nolan, who is so wonderful in this role, his face holds so many emotions and he's so awkward and geeky for such a wealthy young man.
Madeline Stowe is also amazingly adept at being a cobra, so evil and yet so slinky...she plays an astonishingly cruel character, but does so with layers of complexity, so that viewers don't hate her outright, because we see her vulnerability underneath all that poison for the people she loves.
I find myself wondering
I loved seeing Emily/Amanda before she was "hardened". Amanda lost her cool. Emily wouldn't ever. Amanda was sloppy (footprints in the snow? Seriously??) - Emily would definitely not. She still had her spark, but it was messy - as it should be. It reminds me of when I was all fire and no refinement at that age too - whereas now, I don't "reveal" my fire and that gives me more power. If you lay all your cards out, then your game is up.
I can't imagine her angst of not believing, and it killed me to see a sweet little girl's life destroyed. You could see how much Victoria was smitten by David - a man not like everyone else. She is fascinating... and disturbing.
This was slower, but what a great layered foundation for the episodes to come.
And while the epi was slow, holy hell the previews.
Whose skull do you think Amanda/Emily is bashing in?????
I LOVE this show, it certainly keeps you guessing with its cat and mouse game play and as time goes on you begin to wonder who's chasing who...I hope they keep it on the air for a long time.
You're all right ... And it was 10 years ago too. But you know she was involved a lot in the drama with Roger, wasn't Franck suspicious ? But you're right that's not that surprising.
Really? The villain you dislike the most is Treadwell??? I think he's morally confused like Victoria (it's why they make such a great pair!). He's a lot more interesting than the other take-downs, which last night's ep demonstrated. I'd forgotten how inconsequential they were.
All in all a fun episode. It may prove to be inconsequential in the grand scheme of things, but it's a good reminder of why Amanda/Emily is doing this!
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There's more holes in this whole storyline/plot on Revenge than there is in a slice of swiss cheese. Does that stop me from watching it? HELL NO! I am still hopelessly hooked on and addicted to this show! ABC, get your act together and renew this for another season or two, like yesterday!
chrisea34: would you seriously remember a waitress that catered to you 10 years ago for 2h??
not even normal ppl would, but the Grayson's/friends are arrogant as hell and even though they saw the waitress they didn't look at her the same as they would have looked at "equals"
decent episode, felt bad for poor Roger :/
Nolan found out it wad her in the first episode because of the tattoo. I also admit that this episode was slow pace and who would throw a party talking about how they destroy a man life. Jack still bore me even with that ugly long hair and I am begging that they do not follow the book on what this is based concerning him. Then, Nolan had personal drivers back then. What happen to make him stop having them? I felt bad for Frank and why didn't Victoria destroy Roger when she found out it was him that sent the note.
really not a fan of this episode!
the only good thing was Amandas talk with that guy who got killed by Frank!
And yes it was good to see Lydia and Frank! :D
They would not recognize someone so unimportant that they meet for one night. Nolan had seen her every once in awhile over a 10 year period.
Good episode! Loved getting the back story! I also loved seeing Emily (its weird I want to call her amanda in this episode) with such emotion at the end.
Still hoping Daniel is putting on a fake front.
I loved it, we got to see a more vulnerable side of Amanda and I like to see how things start. It was cool to see everybody again but i would have enjoyed seeing Amanda meet the Japanese Ninja or something. The only thing that annoyed me is that they saw her face so much I can't believe no one recognized her in the present !!! I mean Nolan knew it was her in the first episode. For God's sake she only changed her haircut !!!
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