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It's "Confession" Time This Week On Revenge

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10/14/2013 7:50 pm
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Media Courtesy of ABC

Brittany Goldfield Rodrigues

Staff Writer

For the first time ever on Revenge, everyone is coming clean – or trying too. In this week’s episode “Confession,” people start to attempt to right their wrongs. Surprisingly, the person most eager to do this is Conrad Grayson. Yeah, you heard right. After a run in with his past co-conspirator turned priest, Conrad starts to wonder if he should come clean about what he and his family did to David Clark – much to Victoria’s dismay. We don’t see him come clean in the episode, but we see him dodging some ceramic vases when he tries to leave the house to do so. Leave it to Victoria to try to speed up her husband's demise. Speaking of Victoria, her relationship with Aiden is stronger than ever. The Brit joins Victoria to Nolan’s housewarming party, and stirs up some drama between Emily and Daniel in doing so. Victoria may be a lot of things, but she sure is great at playing her cards right. As if Victoria and Aiden didn’t already bring the fun to the party, a chance encounter has Nolan inviting Patrick to the party. The exchange at what seemed to be a country club had a bit of a flirty vibe. Or maybe that’s just because of the lack of clothing involved…Nolan was wearing a suit vest and nothing else, and Patrick was shirtless.  Regardless, given the fact Gabriel Mann said his love interest would be a revenge tactic of his own, that’s a good indication Nolan and Patrick may be a thing. Did we mention the episodes closing scene exposed that Aiden had returned to help Emily to cross out her to-do list on her revengenda? Did not see that coming. Well, that makes us a little bit less anxious. On the sidelines, Daniel Grayson faces some issues of his own. Even though last episode showed his business partner Margaux trying to seduce him, the two butt heads. When Margaux wants to land Nolan for the cover of her magazine Daniel clearly objects in a Conrad Grayson fashion. He raises his voice, and he lashes out some hefty threats. If Margaux blatantly goes against his wishes, who knows how far Daniel will go to even the score? Basically, this whole episode was chaos – but in the best way possible. The shows first two episodes productively set the stage for new characters and plot lines, but this episode really put all the plot lines in motion. What’s to come? We have no idea, but we can’t wait to find out.


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