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'Revenge' 3x20 'Revolution': Getting the Feds involved

Emily: "For three years now I’ve been undercover building a case against the Graysons."
Emily: "For three years now I’ve been undercover building a case against the Graysons."
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Emily: “A revolution begins when the desires of many are addressed by the actions of one. A ripple of change that starts when the first stone is cast at those in power, and only ends when one side lies defeated, or if two sides become one.”

Victoria: "History has proved that there are always people out there who enjoy haunting this family with the spectacle that is David Clarke."
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“Revolution” is the April 27 episode of “Revenge.” If you haven’t seen tonight’s episode, then beware of spoilers. Be sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from tonight's episode. “Revenge” airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. central on ABC (KTRK).

Emily is forced to become someone else. No, not Amanda Clarke. To Pascal, Emily is now Agent Rebecca Stone from Homeland Security. This is the first time that Emily has had to drastically change course. She adapts well. It’s interesting watching Emily take on a new persona. It shows how desperate she is. Now that Pascal is out of the way, though, it is unclear what her next move will be. Any theories on what Emily will do next?

Charlotte and Jack are together again, and look, they are doing something interesting. Consider me shocked. Charlotte finally shows some smarts and goes to Jack for help instead of listening to what her mother tells her. It is unclear of what to make of the man who has been sending the letters (and who probably kidnaps Charlotte at the end). Jack knows more than he is letting on, so perhaps this is a guy from his and Emily’s past. Either way, it is great to see Jack in an exciting storyline again. What are your theories?

Conrad gets his hands dirty, like blood red dirty. He pushes Pascal into a helicopter blade. This is definitely a big moment for Conrad. He is no longer hiding what he is doing by getting someone else to do his dirty work for him. It will be interesting to see if this is the beginning of a drastic change in Conrad or simply just a onetime thing to eliminate a threat. As for Pascal, he was never truly that interesting. The effects of his death already seem to be creating more exciting storylines. Will you miss Pascal?

I never really bought Victoria and Pascal’s relationship. Perhaps it is because they fell in love in the past, and so we don’t ever get to see that initial spark. What’s not hard to buy into is Victoria’s grief. She is utterly heartbroken and destroyed at the end. Her reaction was much more shocking than heartbreaking. This is the first time we have ever seen Victoria this broken or angry. Anyone who gets in her way should be very afraid. Did you like Victoria and Pascal together?

Pascal’s death has put into motion some exciting things. One is that there may be a rift between Victoria and Daniel, which would be great to see. Daniel needs to learn that he can’t just manipulate everyone. Plus, Victoria loves Daniel, and so it would be great to watch her deal with Daniel’s betrayal. Another is that Margaux is now the CEO. Her reaction to Pascal’s death was so sad, and it actually made me feel sorry for her, which is rare because typically she annoys me. Is anyone else concerned about Daniel acting as CEO for Margaux?

What did you think of the episode? Do you think Victoria will focus on Conrad or Emily? Leave me your thoughts in a comment below.