Revenge Photo Preview: Masquerade Madness!

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Revenge is all-new again this Sunday, but it looks like the fun is just beginning.

Looking beyond "Illumination," ABC has released promotional photos for the two episodes that follow it, "Victory" and "Illumination." What can fans expect in these installments?

On March 24, Victoria enlists the help of Amanda's foster brother in her charitable foundation, and Emily Thorne seizes an opportunity to regain some of her missing past.

While settling the score with someone who had a hand in setting her on this path in the first place, of course. Looks like Aiden and Nolan are getting in on the act, too, in "Victory" ...

Aiden and Nolan Image
Padma, Trask
Trask and Padma
Nolan and Aiden Image
Aiden and Nolan Scene
Taking Their Best Shot?
Nolan and Aiden Pic
Conrad and Ash
Ash D.

Then, in "Masquerade," Hamptonites celebrate Halloween with a glamorous masquerade ball hosted by the Graysons, which is a perfect setting for Emily to drag out some of Victoria's skeletons.

Meanwhile, Jack steps up his revenge plan and finds an unexpected ally, and Aiden makes a bold move - one with a gruesome conclusion - in the March 31 episode of the ABC hit.

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Hottest Masquerade Ball Ever
Emily and a Masked Man
Aiden at the Bar
Nice Hat Ems
Emily, Daniel and Aiden Pic
Masquerade Episode Picture
Woman in White
Woman on a Mission (and in a Mask)
Emily in a Gorgeous Dress
Ems and Vicky
Evil is Lurking
Graysons in Masks
Conrad and Victoria at the Ball
Daniel and Emily in Disguise
Masked Aiden
Emily and Daniel Dance
Shall We Dance Ms. Thorne
Emily at the Ball
Emily and Aiden in Disguise

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Revenge Season 2 Episode 18 Quotes

[to Emily] Wow, start your revenge-ines.


All too often, we mask the truth in artifice, concealing ourselves for fear of losing the ones we love or prolonging a deception for those we wish to expose. We hide behind that which brings us comfort from pain and sadness or use it to repel a truth too devastating to accept.