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‘Revenge’ Season 3 Spoilers: Ep. 16 ‘Disgrace’ Sneak Peek

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In spoilers for episode 16, “Disgrace,” on “Revenge” season 3, Nolan is confused by Emily’s latest agenda because she wants a divorce from Daniel and hasn’t gone through with it yet. Emily is seen in a preview clip telling Nolan that she’ll get a divorce, but won’t until “the time is right.”

When Emily learns Daniel had her followed, she’s hard on herself for not being on top of her game. Nolan reassures her that she had good reason not to be and says she handled the problem with “panache.” Emily, however, tells Nolan that she can’t afford anymore “wild cards” in her revenge against the Graysons.

“Well, now that I’m back the last thing I need is Daniel tracking my every move,” Emily says. “I can’t afford any more wild cards.”

In another “Revenge” spoilers scene for “Disgrace,” there’s a knock at Emily’s door. It’s Conrad’s ex-wife, Stevie. She knows — or suspects — something.

“Emily Grayson?” Why don’t you tell me who you really are,” Stevie says. Emily looks bewildered and shocked.

What will Emily’s next move be now that she’s more “on top of her game” and is getting a clearer picture of what her original agenda was before she was shot?

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

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