Emily: “It is believed that original sin can only be cleansed by the waters of baptism, but it is the sins that follow that are not so easily washed away. And since forgiveness of trespass is only granted the truly penitent, pure evil can never be erased.”
“Sin” 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. e sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from tonight's episode. “Revenge” airs Sunday nights at 8 on ABC (KTRK).
Emily’s latest target once worked for Grayson Global, but now he is a Catholic priest. Father Paul Wesley doesn’t fit Emily’s normal type of target, which causing Nolan to be concerned about her. This is definitely an interesting new strain to put on their relationship, but it is great to see Nolan trying to do what David Clarke would want. Hopefully Nolan will continue to try to reel Emily back in when she goes too far. She doesn’t listen to Nolan’s concerns right away, but clearly his words are on her mind. It’s unclear how much stock Emily puts in Jack’s words, whether or not she is listening to Jack or Nolan or both. Do you think Emily should have gone after the priest?
Speaking of Father Paul, viewers see Emily hit him over the head, and then it is not mentioned for another twenty minutes. During all this time, there is confusion as to whether or not something was missed. There is too much time elapsed. Either Emily shouldn’t have gone after Father Paul that early on in the episode, or there should have been dialogue where Emily mentions more of what happened, most likely to Nolan. Was anyone else confused by this? What do you think about Emily going to try to undo her revenging?
Here are quick thoughts on elsewhere in the episode. It’s nice that the writers show Emily continuing to make Conrad believe that he is sick. If she just left him alone, it wouldn’t be believable if she never made him feel sick again. Charlotte flip flopping on how she feels about Conrad is getting annoying. She loves him, then learns he isn’t his father, and so goes into hatred mode. At the beginning of this episode, Charlotte is so concerned and protective of Conrad, and then by the end she is doing a 180 again. It makes sense that she would be upset, but it is just blown out of proportion. Do you agree? What is nice is that Charlotte is becoming suspicious of Emily.
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