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‘Revenge’ Season 3 Spoilers: Ep. 5, ‘Control,’ Who Tried to Kill Conrad Grayson?

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As “Revenge” season 3 gains speed, the plots are getting thicker. In the last episode Aiden Mathis told Conrad Grayson that Jack Porter was the one who tampered with the car he wrecked. In episode 5, titled, “Control,” spoilers imply that everyone will be on edge as they learn who really tried to kill Conrad.

In a video clip for the next “Revenge” episode, Aiden tells Jack to leave the Hamptons and never make contact with anyone again. Is it possible Aiden just wants Jack out of the picture since he knows who Emily Thorne really is? Any number of angles could play out, but the viewer never really knows until later on. Aiden’s game has been the big question all along. At first he was linked with Victoria only to learn episodes later that he’s back to help Emily. In episode 5, Aiden confronts Emily about her real feelings.

Jack will be in danger and he must make a major decision regarding him and his family. He’s likely to be the Graysons’ next target.

Emily’s grip on her agenda is slipping with so much drama going on around her. Daniel makes a surprise statement at the Voulez magazine launch party. Whatever he does, “Revenge” spoilers report it puts Emily in a vulnerable position and she’ll do whatever it takes to stay afloat of her plan.

In another spoilers scene, Victoria informs Conrad that she knows who tried to kill him. Who will it be?

“Revenge” season 3, Episode 5, “Control” will air on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 9 p.m., ET/PT on ABC.

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