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Revenge "Retribution" Trailer: No More Distractions

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Revenge Season 2, while still enjoyable, has not featured a lot of actual revenge, instead centering on several loosely interwoven and at times overly complex plot lines that dulled the ABC drama's focus.

Well, say goodbye to all that after Sunday night.

With Amanda dead and Jack fighting for his life, Emily has suffered a gut-wrenching loss that should give her renewed determination to take down the Graysons, a quest that was her singular goal for so long.

No more distractions, she promises. Game on.

Sadly, we have to wait three weeks to find out her next move after an episode that breathed new life into the struggling series. How do you think our heroine will respond, and what will the fallout be?

The March 10 episode synopsis: "Still reeling from the devastation on The Amanda, Emily's commitment to justice and revenge is stronger than ever, while the Hamptons mourn the loss of one of their own.

For a full rundown and commentary on the ultimate "Sacrifice" we just saw, follow the link to read our Revenge review from last night. Then check out the promo for "Retribution" and comment below:

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Revenge Season 2 Episode 15 Quotes

Nolan: As far as me sticking by your side, I think you know by now I'm not going anywhere.
Emily: Then don't ever tell me to let go, or to ease up, or to forgive. Not when I'm standing here covered in the blood of one of the only people that I ever loved.

In its purest form, an act of retribution provides symmetry, the rendering of payment for crimes against the innocent. but the danger of retaliation lies in furthering the cycle of violence. Still, it's a risk that must be met when the greater offense is to allow the guilty to go unpunished.

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