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Revenge Sneak Peeks: The Aftermath

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Revenge returns Sunday night, and two sneak peeks hint at some of the drama to come following the shocking events of last month, when the tragedy aboard the Amanda reset the series somewhat.

In the first clip, Victoria and Conrad meet with Trask and discuss the loss of Amanda (and her computer) at sea. In the second, we see Jack in the hospital, alive, but learning that his bride is not.

Still reeling from the tragedy that took place on board The Amanda, Emily's commitment to justice is stronger than ever, as the Hamptons mourn the loss of one of their own. Look out, Graysons.

Watch the two scenes from Sunday's return episode and see what you think:

Be sure to check out our Revenge photo gallery from the episode, as well, then tell us: What do you think will happen on Sunday? Whose "Retribution" will take shape, and how?

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When is Jack going to wake up and drink a pot of coffee? Honestly, his dog recognized the real deal after all those years and he still doesn't see what's up? For crying out loud, they spent their childhood together. Time for him to stop the pity 'everyone lies to me' routine and get over himself.

Lakersfan

FINALLY SOME INFO! I've been dying without my revenge! I hope Emily finds her laptop

Soapjunk

Jack hit the CRAP out of greyson please

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.

Emily