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Revenge “Victory” [+ “Masquerade” Preview] 

Photo Credit: Vivian Zink/ABC
Photo Credit: Vivian Zink/ABC

As usual we got some information on the last episode.  Here’s what we know.

  • Eli and Emily were abused in the foster home they shared.  Meredith Hayward, their foster mother is told that she was getting money from the Amanda Clark Foundation because of all her good work.  But at a press conference, Eli exposes Mrs. Hayward on how she abused kids and the system.
  • The Falcon is working for the Initiative.   (Who is this person?  Is it someone we already know?)
  • Eli really started the fire that Emily (Amanda) was blamed for.   Eli also revealed that Meredith Hayward was in possession of letters from Amanda’s father which she had no idea about.  She sold them to Mason Treadwell.  When Emily goes to see Mason about the letters he delivers a major bomb:  Victoria has another son?  (Wait, Victoria has another son?  Yeah, what does that mean and where in the world is he?)
  • Padma was taken by initiative and now they have Nolan’s program, Carrion.  Aiden and Nolan had been set up.  (Does this mean Padma is really kidnapped or what?)
  • Jack tracks down Kenny Ryan who told him that Nate recorded his conversions with Conrad Grayson.  Conrad asks Jack to be a part of his campaign for Governor as a sort of “Joe the Plumber.”  Jack agrees but only because he feels he can find out more information being on the inside of the Grayson family.

Check out preview pictures from the next episode “Masquerade“.

Synopsis of “Masquerade”: Hamptonites celebrate Halloween with a glamorous masquerade ball hosted by the Graysons, which is a perfect setting for Emily to drag out Victoria’s skeletons. Jack steps up his revenge plan and finds an unexpected ally, and Aiden makes a bold move with a gruesome conclusion.

And a video sneak peek too:

Revenge airs tonight at 9/8c on ABC.

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