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‘Revenge’ 2 Spoilers: Episode 4, ‘Intuition’ Episode Preview



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In the latest previews of “Revenge” season 2 spoilers for episode 4 airing Sunday, Oct. 21, loaded suspense awaits viewers. Emily tells Amanda that her mother is still alive and Victoria knows where she is. In a quick commercial preview just released, Amanda falls over the balcony inside the Grayson Manor with Victoria looking on.  There’s no way Victoria actually pushed her with a room full of guests present, but blood will be on her hands as she, Emily, and Charlotte rush to Amanda on the ground. Amanda will be taken to the hospital, but will she end up dying? The baby will end up living, judging by other “Revenge” spoilers since a baptism will take place later in the season. Jack, however, will be a wreck — as seen in seen in preview photos for episode 4. Something terrible certainly takes place. Will it be the end of Amanda?

Victoria demands to know from Charlotte what’s inside the journal of David’s. At Emily’s request, Amanda gave it to Charlotte and her inquisitive mother wants details.

Ashley catches Daniel snooping around on his father’s computer. Will she tell Conrad what she saw?

On another front, a man by the name of Salvador Grobet will enter the scene on “Revenge.” He will be staying with the Graysons for a while. What is his agenda?

Charlotte and Declan will have some intimate moments during the whole Amanda crisis.

Find out what else goes down on “Revenge” 2 on October 21 at 9 p.m., ET/PT on ABC.

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