Emily: “When my father was in prison, he wrote in his journals about the value of life can be directly measured by our will to endure. We have an remarkable ability to resist fatigue and to withstand pain, to keep fighting as long as we don’t lose sight of what we are fighting for.”
“Endurance” is tonight’s episode of “Revenge.” If you haven’t seen tonight’s episode, then beware of spoilers. To review what happened last time, click here. Be sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from tonight's episode. “Revenge” airs Sunday nights at 8 on ABC (KTRK).
For once, Emily is done with revenge. She wants out of the Hamptons and away from the Graysons. It is great that Emily can recognize that she has failed. She isn’t only focused on revenge. Sadly, after Nico’s chat and the revelation that she can no longer have children, Emily is back in revenge mode. It would be great if the writers show Emily operating a little bit differently this time in her vendetta, since she has failed previously. It is unlikely this will happen though, since she breaks up with Aiden and seems to hate the Graysons now more than ever. They have to be lying about Emily not being able to have children, right?
Victoria learns Emily’s secret, or rather the secret Nolan and Emily want her to learn. After learning Patrick is going to give his mom the infinity box, Emily and Nolan swap out the contents. This new box shows Emily obsessively stalking the Graysons. All of this leads to a great confrontation. Emily tells Victoria and Daniel that she knows who really shot her, and Victoria thinks she has uncovered Emily’s great secret. It is about time to have this kind of shake up in the dynamic between Emily and the Graysons, especially Daniel. Now that he knows more about her motives, Daniel is finally playing at Grayson level. He is being deceiving and interesting. His good heart and intentions are still there, but he has an interesting storyline for once. What are your thoughts on this new understanding between Emily and the Graysons?
Let’s chat annoying people, shall we? Nico’s motives are unclear. She wants to help Emily, but she wants Aiden. Nico does some backstabbing/false information spreading in this episode, but there aren’t any consequences. Emily ends up staying, just like Nico tells Aiden. It is pointless to show her lie. What is clear is that soon she will learn that Aiden killed Takeda, and then things will get interesting. Now onto Patrick. Ugh, can’t trust him at all. He flip flops too much, so if the writers ever want viewers to believe that he is on Nolan’s side (or anyone other than Victoria’s), then they are going to have to work for it. It is hard to trust anything he says to anyone but Victoria. The writers have made him out to be an annoying character rather than anyone of interest. Who do you dislike more: Patrick or Nico?
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