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‘Revenge’ Season 3 Spoilers: Emily Uses Her ‘Single Status’ to Unravel a Mystery in Ep. 17 ‘Addiction’



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Revenge” season 3 spoilers for episode 17, “Addiction,” have been released and the lavish event taking place this time is about risking some big bucks. While the gambling theme takes center stage on this “Revenge” episode, Emily will take full advantage of being newly divorced from Daniel. In one of the promo images unveiled by ABC, Pascal is between Victoria and Emily.

There seems to be a good formula to work with when it comes to these three!

Episode 17 synopsis reads:

“Emily turns the tables when Victoria crashes casino night. Emily uses her newly single status to unravel a mystery from the past as Pascal attempts to make up for lost time with Victoria.”

As casino night continues, Emily will gather some vital information. Things begin to come together and at some point she gets the “upper hand,” according to “Revenge” season 3 spoilers. Emily is usually successful at executing her own plans, but something always tends to get in the way. Is she underestimating Daniel?

Daniel is seen in another preview telling Charlotte that he plans to ruin Emily AND her trusted friends.

“Emily lied to our family. We’re going to return the favor and go after her friends,” Daniel says.

Will Daniel throw Emily off in some way? It’s highly likely considering how determined he is and how Emily often has an extra hurdle to jump over in her plans. Somehow she comes out smelling like a rose despite how close things get to everyone blowing her cover.

“Revenge” season 3, episode 17, “Addiction,” airs Sunday, March 30 at 10 p.m., ET/PT on ABC.

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