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‘Revenge’ Season 3 Spoilers: Emily Juggles Failed Takedown and 3 Men in Ep. 4, ‘Mercy’

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On episode 4 of “Revenge” season 3, “Mercy,” a continuation of Emily’s tragic discovery that Father Paul might die from a car accident will unfold. Father Paul and Conrad were supposedly on their way to authorities so Conrad could confess to his crimes in episode 3. When Emily noticed a bad car accident, she found Father Paul lying on the ground while Conrad walked up behind her with only scratches on him.

In episode 4 of “Revenge,” Emily is frantically trying to learn why her latest takedown failed, consulting an “unlikely” source. Not only that, but episode 4 will have her complicated relationships with Daniel, Jack, and Aiden be centric to the story line.

Daniel learned that even while engaged to Emily, she was with Aiden.

“You walk out that door, and I’m not gonna be here when you get back.” Daniel warns Emily in the promo.

She’s then seen telling him that he’s just as “wrapped up in your family’s lies as they are.”

Jack is worried for his safety and demands to know the whole story from Emily.

“If I’m in danger, I’d like to know,” he says to Emily.

Aiden put Emily in awkward position when he opens his heart to her.

“I came back here to help you finish this,” Aiden says to Emily.

In one of the last preview clips for “Mercy,” Jack is shocked to see Aiden in his apartment.

As the narration goes for “Revenge” season 3, “the Hamptons hottest love rhombus” is about to explode. That phrase is being used for episode 4 as all three of Emily’s men are shown shirtless.

“Revenge” season 3, episode 4, “Mercy,” airs Sunday, Oct. 20 on ABC at 9 p.m., ET/PT.

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