So they managed to say a lot without actually saying anything at all! They haven't given anything away, but then I guess they would get in trouble if they did.
Agreed. Someone has slipped over the edge from reality into fantasy and has written themselves into a TV plot. Sad. They need help.
This is not a reality TV show where we get to vote off people we don't like. If you don't like how the show is going then write your own TV show and see if anyone likes it.
It wouldn't matter what the writers wrote, there will always be people who hate it.
@ Nosey, Aiden and Emily both had a father who was framed by the Graysons/initiative (Aiden's Dad was the baggage handler and his sister was killed by the initiative). Jack and Emily spent one summer together as kids, Aiden and Emily spent years together training in Japan.
@debbie, Conrad doesn't really have Huntington's disease! Emily has just made it look as if he has.
There are three possibilities about the crash:
1. Conrad crashed because the medication Emily has been feeding him made him crash.
2. Conrad deliberately crashed the car to kill the priest but wanted it to look as if it is an accident
3. Victoria tampered with the car first to prevent Conrad and the priest confessing and therefore ruining her too.
Will be interesting to find out!
BTW Robert, give it a break would you? It's not funny.
I agree Kandi. While an Emily/Jack pairing has a certain romantic appeal in real life it would never work. They are so different personalities and have lived in such different worlds it would be hopeless. Also Emily is fabulously wealthy and Jack is virtually broke. Can you really see him being happy to live off Emily's money? With his pride?
Emily and Aiden are two peas in a pod, both have a revenge mentality, both are possibly sociopaths, both happy to destroy others if they think they deserve it. They think the same and have shared so much recent history. And the chemistry is definitely there.
Go Mr Bond! I'll vote for you!
@Nosey, actually the root cause of this is the Greysons. None of this would have happened if the Greysons hadn't behaved how they did in the beginning and now they are being exposed by Emily they are trying to cover up their sins again and causing more trouble with the cover up. You can't blame Emily for their response to her exposure.
Huntington's cannot skip a generation, so if Conrad really had it (I know that he doesn't and Emily is only trying to make out that he has) then one of his parents had to have had the disease, not just his grandfather. Also the disease manifests itself at around age 30-40 so IF Conrad had it then it would have shown up before now. It is not something that can be hidden. Children of parents with Huntington's have a 50/50 chance of getting it. It is also a terrible disease, and now, thanks to Revenge, there are going to be a whole lot more people who are seriously misinformed about it.
The Huntington thing is all wrong. From what we have seen of Conrad's father in past episodes, he does not have Huntington's. It is not a condition that can be hidden at all and would always have manifest well before Conrad's father's age. Also if Conrad did have it it would have manifest well before Conrad's age now. Also if Conrad had it then Daniel would have a 50/50 chance of having it too. You would think that the writers would do a little more research before selecting something like that to throw in the mix.
While the Emily and Jack thing might be romantic, it will never work in the long run. As adults they are two very different people. Jack is very moral, Emily is not. Emily is very wealthy, Jack is not. Jack is a push over with other people, Emily is not. The chemistry is not there.
Whereas with Aiden, both of them know the other's worst personality traits and yet still love each other regardless. That is what will make a future relationship last.
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