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‘Revenge’ Season 3 Spoilers: Ep. 15, ‘Struggle,’ Implications of Death in Previews

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On Sunday’s episode of “Revenge,” some tense scenes were revealed in the spoilers. The title of the show is “Struggle” and that’s what this is getting to be for everyone.

Emily tells Nolan that she’s going to “kill them all.” Could it be Victoria, Conrad, or Daniel….possibly someone no one has thought of? She’s been experiencing blackouts and she’s beginning to freak out. She already woke up in Conrad’s bed and has had some moments of mass confusion.

In other “Revenge” season 3 spoilers scenes for episode 15, Emily is seen stabbing something — or someone — with a knife. Which one is it?

Nolan seeks Aiden’s help, but Aiden is hesitant. Nolan tells him that he’s afraid Emily is about to something she won’t come back from.

It seems that Emily is serious about executing a deadly plan when she appears in black, hiding under something. She then comes out of her hiding spot, but it’s unclear who coaxed her out of it.

Victoria wants to kill someone. She’s heard saying, “I created this beast, I think it’s time I slay her.” Judging by the content, it’s someone from her past. She already killed her former stepfather who fathered Patrick. She might be referring to Stevie, Conrad’s ex-wife.

At the very end of the “Revenge” preview, Emily’s head is dunked into some water. It looks like someone is forcing her underwater. What’s that all about?

“Revenge” season 3, episode 15, “Struggle,” airs Sunday, March 16 at 10 p.m., ET/PT on ABC.

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