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'Revenge' 3x22 'Execution': The truth comes out

Victoria: “Loyal to the bitter end. It’s a beautiful sentiment, and an even better epitaph.”

Emily: "Seeing his face just reminds me of how many people we had to hurt."
Photo Courtesy Of Colleen Hayes/ABC
Victoria: "Emily ripped away my chance at true love, so it's only fair I do the same for her."
Photo Courtesy Of Colleen Hayes/ABC

“Execution” is the May 11 episode of “Revenge.” If you haven’t seen the episode, then beware of spoilers. Be sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from tonight's episode. “Revenge” returns this fall on ABC (KTRK).

Nolan bringing Gideon into his own little revengenda is strange. It doesn’t show good planning on his part. If you are going to get in bed with someone, you better know how they operate. While it is great to see someone else go after Daniel, it is really the best thing about this situation. It would have made more sense to see Nolan and Javier try to work out a plan together. We need more information and backstory on Gideon. I don’t trust someone with that luscious of hair. Are you a fan of Nolan and Gideon teaming up?

Oh, Aiden. I saw this coming. His death was heartbreaking mainly due to Emily’s reaction. I never really had strong feelings about them as a couple, but it is hard not to feel anything watching Emily discover Aiden on her couch. The writers mentioning how Nolan loved Aiden too was touching. Nolan and Aiden partnering up always entertained me. However, I won’t really miss him all that much. Will you miss Aiden?

Charlotte is upset with everyone. It is amusing that she still is inadvertently helping Emily out. Now that she knows more about what is going on around her, Charlotte is much more interesting. The next step is her actually doing something about it. Right now she is still running around clueless. This has to change next season otherwise she will be more of an annoyance than an intriguing character. What do you hope happens next season with Charlotte?

Yes, Victoria now knows the truth, but Emily gets her committed for it. This is a great twist because Victoria is aware of who she is really up against, but right now she can’t do anything about it. You lock Emily up, and she locks you up. It’s very fitting. I’m looking forward to how Emily and Victoria’s dynamic changes now that Victoria knows the Amanda Clarke truth of it all. Did anyone else fear that Emily actually killed Victoria?

Emily’s basically done. Conrad is locked up. Her father’s name has been cleared, and now Victoria is in a mental institution. What is next for her? Will her stay in the Hamptons to help out her friends and keep an eye on Charlotte? These are some of the reasons why I’m kinda okay with bringing David Clarke back into the mix. It will shake things up. However, the fact that he is alive brings all sorts of questions. What are your feelings on David Clarke being alive?

What did you think of the episode? Leave me your thoughts in a comment below.

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