Revenge Episode Preview: Rules of Engagement

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It's started.

Only one new episode remains before the two-hour Revenge Season 2 finale, and the title of next Sunday's installment, "Engagement," clearly refers to more than one couple's impending nuptials.

The mother of all face-offs awaits between Emily, who's laser-focused on her payback plan once again, and Victoria, who appears to be on the verge of calling out her adversary like never before.

After the events of last night's episode (see our review of "Identity"), Emily plots her next move while assuming her new role as Daniel's fiancee, as Aiden struggles with the pair's re-engagement.

At the same time, Jack learns more than he bargained for, and desperate times call for desperate measures as Conrad's gubernatorial poll numbers slip after Victoria's big reveal on Nightline.

Oh, and Takeda and his samurai sword have their own agenda, too.

How will everything play out next week and set up the "Truth" that comes out on the May 12 season-ender? Check out the promo for "Engagement" and share your predictions below:

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Thanks for the promo; this looks like a pretty intense episode, and a great set-up for the season finale. Unfortunately I haven't gotten a chance to see Engagement yet because I've been working overtime at DISH, but I plan to catch up with it on my DVR. I set my DISH Hopper to always record Revenge and everything else on ABC during primetime, so it will be easy for me to see Engagement even though I forgot to set a timer for it.


it would be great if the actors would speak more clearly and if the back ground music was not so loud.



Leon alexis

Great show,my friends!

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Revenge Season 2 Episode 20 Quotes

[to Jack] Hey do you know why you're supposed to bury a politician 100 feet down? Because deep down they're really good people.


Engagement can be a commitment to love or a declaration of war. One must enter every battle without hesitation, willing to fully engage the enemy until death do you part.