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Revenge: Engagement

Emily plots her next move in her new role as Daniel's fiancee, while Aiden struggles with the re-engagement. Meanwhile, Jack learns more than he bargained for, and desperate times call for desperate measures as Conrad's gubernatorial numbers slip after Victoria's big reveal on "Nightline."

Source: ABC

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x20
Airdate: Sunday May 05th, 2013

Alternate Airdates:

UK (E4) May 20, 2013
AU (Seven) Jun 10, 2013
FI (AVA) Jul 21, 2013


Guest Stars
Cary-Hiroyuki TagawaCary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
As Takeda
Susan ParkSusan Park
As Fa1c0n / Edith Lee
Jessica TuckJessica Tuck
As Alison Stoddard
Seychelle GabrielSeychelle Gabriel
As Regina

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 meeting Daniel for dinner. She has a surprise for him; two tickets to Paris. Daniel notices that she is wearing the ring and he is happy. At the Stowaway, Jack asks Declan why he didn’t tell him about Charlotte and the video. He wants to know what is going on. Declan tells him that Charlotte is in a really dark place, especially after Amanda’s death. Declan takes out some money from the drawer and leaves. At the mansion, Victoria is really surprised that Conrad is ready to give up Nolcorp to find her lost son. Conrad tells her that he simply wants to hasten the search of her lost son. He also knows that this will truly help his campaign. ..

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Episode Quotes
Opening Narration
Emily: Engagement can be a commitment to love... or a declaration of war. One must enter every battle without hesitation, willing to fully engage the enemy... till death do you part.

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