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Revenge: Retribution

Still reeling from the devastation on The Amanda, Emily's commitment to justice and revenge is stronger than ever, while the Hamptons mourn the loss of one of their own.

Source: ABC

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x15
Airdate: Sunday March 10th, 2013

Alternate Airdates:

CA (CityTV) Mar 10, 2013
UK (E4) Apr 15, 2013
AU (Seven) May 06, 2013
FI (AVA) Jun 16, 2013


Guest Stars
Burn GormanBurn Gorman
As Trask
Dilshad VadsariaDilshad Vadsaria
As Padma Lahari
Collins PennieCollins Pennie
As Eli James

Co-Guest Stars
Maggie Mae ReidMaggie Mae Reid
As Grace
Main Cast
Madeleine StoweMadeleine Stowe
As Victoria Grayson
Emily VanCampEmily VanCamp
As Emily Rebecca Thorne
Gabriel MannGabriel Mann
As Nolan Ross
Nick WechslerNick Wechsler
As Jack Porter
Joshua BowmanJoshua Bowman
As Daniel Grayson
Christa B. AllenChrista B. Allen
As Charlotte Grayson
Henry CzernyHenry Czerny
As Conrad Grayson
Barry SloaneBarry Sloane
As Aiden Mathis
Ashley MadekweAshley Madekwe
As Ashley Davenport
Connor PaoloConnor Paolo
As Declan Foster Porter


The episode begins with Emily and Nolan arriving at the beach house. Nolan is asking Emily to slow down. Emily is enraged about Amanda’s death and she knows that the Graysons ordered it. She pulls out a gun from a drawer and tells Nolan that they need to go to the hospital and check on Jack. Nolan tells her that they cannot go until someone calls them about Jack, because then everyone will know that they pulled Jack out of the sea. Emily is upset and angry about the fact that everyone she cares about is hurt, and she is not able to forgive herself. Aiden arrives and Emily tells him about Amanda’s death. Emily goes upstairs and Nolan tells Aiden to let Emily be alone for a while...

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Opening Narration
Emily: In its purest form, an act of retribution provides symmetry... the rendering of payment for crimes against the innocent. But the danger of retaliation lies in furthering the cycle of violence. Still it's a risk that must be met, when the greater offense is to allow the guilty to go unpunished.

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