Things were definitely coming apart at the seams in the Hamptons this week as “Dissolution” the sixth episode of the season on “Revenge” aired. Relationships were splitting left and right and it was sheer pleasure to watch.
The Grayson family was reunited around the breakfast table. Yes, Conrad, Victoria, Charlotte, Daniel, Patrick and Emily were all present. The barbs traded were fun to watch as Conrad announced he had sold Grayson Manor. The announcement had Victoria fuming and Emily worried about her plans for the wedding and her revenge. The unity, of course, didn’t last.
Nolan fessed up and told Jack that he, too, knows Emily’s true identity. He confided in Jack because he needed a friend. His relationship with Patrick seems promising but he has doubts and Emily wants him to end it because it might interfere with her plans. Nolan turned to Jack but Jack was none too thrilled to know Nolan had been keeping this secret the whole time.
Sarah, Daniel’s former love, made a surprise return. Charlotte, still not completely over being peeved with Emily, manipulated events to get Sarah fired from her job so she could bring Sarah and Daniel into closer contact. This will definitely pose a threat to Emily’s engagement to Daniel.
Conrad learns from Aiden that it was actually Patrick who made the attempt on his life and he warns Victoria that her bastard son will be dealt with. She tells Patrick he has to leave town indefinitely for his own good. She fears Conrad will have him killed and until she can control this situation, she wants him safe. So the mother and son reunion has ended for now.
The only relationship that seemed to remain intact was the one between Emily and Aiden. Aiden, however, is so hell bent on ending all this and having Emily to himself that he jeopardizes all her plans. Things can only get uglier form here on out.
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