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‘Revenge’ Season 2 Recap: Episode 4 ‘Intuition,’ Oct. 21

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The Oct. 21 episode of “Revenge” season 2 for the storyline titled “Intuition” is recapped here in case you missed it. A tragic accident happened when Amanda showed up at the Grayson Manor. See what else happened on the show Sunday night!

At the beginning of episode 4, Emily and Aidan were on the beach discussing Emily’s mother. She told Aidan she was determined to find out where her mother actually is and he warned her about the power Victoria has to destroy her if she finds out she’s onto something.

Victoria interrogated Charlotte over what’s inside David’s journal, but she refused to answer her questions. Neither one of them know Emily altered the information contained within its pages. Charlotte told her mother she needed to ask Amanda since the journal belongs to her. A few scenes later, Victoria called Amanda and invited her over. She requested she bring the journal.

Daniel told Ashley he’s in with Conrad on the family’s plotting scheme, but he has his own plan. When Ashley leaves, he grabs her phone and learns his father left her a voicemail insisting she contact him if she gets anything on Daniel. He doesn’t finish listening to the rest of the voicemail in which she stands up to Conrad.

When Amanda arrives at the Graysons, she wears an ear piece so Emily can hear the conversation. She wants Amanda to sell the forged journal to Victoria so they can get her signature on the check. As it turned out, Victoria handed Amanda a baby journal with a $100k check. The two privately spoke upstairs during the baby shower, Amanda insisted Victoria to tell her the truth about her mother and why her father lied to her. Victoria told her David was trying to protect her then she tried grabbing the check she just gave Amanda, but Amanda didn’t let go. When Amanda took a step back, she went too far and fell over the balcony and landed below.

Meanwhile, at the hospital, Emily and Jack were informed by the doctor that Amanda was losing oxygen. He could only save one of them since Amanda had already lost so much blood. Emily told the doctor Amanda wanted to save the baby first. The baby ends up in NICU and Amanda is in a coma. Emotions run high with Jack, Charlotte, and Emily.

Emily fell into Aidans arms when she broke down from the all the drama and what she learned about her mother.

What will happen on next Sunday’s episode of “Revenge”?

One Response to “‘Revenge’ Season 2 Recap: Episode 4 ‘Intuition,’ Oct. 21”

  1. cheri says:

    I cannot wait to see what happens in the next episode, with Emily mother and all the other stories. I was shocked to see Ashley stand up to Conrad, and stay on Daniel’s side. I could not wait to watch this episode, so right when I got home from my shift at DISH it was the first thing I did. I love having my Hopper for all my primetime shows on my locals, because the PrimeTime Anytime feature automatically records all the primetime shows on my local channels. It helps me, because I always forget what is on that night and what I need to record. I understand that it has been years and years since Amanda’s mom hasn’t seen her, but wouldn’t you recognize your own child? This season is going to be awesome!


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