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‘Revenge’ Season 3 Spoilers: Is Emily’s Identity About to be Completely Uncovered?

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Is Emily Thorne’s real identity about to be completely uncovered on “Revenge” season 3? After watching episode 11 when Emily told Charlotte that her name is Amanda Clarke while breaking through her amnesia, that information could potentially damage Emily and her plan for revenge against the Graysons.

In episode 12 of “Revenge” titled, “Endurance,” Emily will be recovering at the Grayson manner and this could mean double trouble for sure. Victoria gets curious about what’s inside Emily’s infinity box and reads a journal that her father, David Clarke, left behind for her. This will undoubtedly stir something up and lead the storyline into a totally new direction.

As  viewers noticed last week, Aiden met up with Niko — a woman clearly from his past. She showed up as one of Emily’s doctors, but is on the “revenge” side of things on the show with Aiden and Emily. Moree will be revealed about her backstory and link with Aiden in episode 12.

In other “Revenge” spoilers for “Endurance,” the synopsis reads that: “Physically and mentally broken, Emily is going to find herself more lost than ever while her enemies circle closer. However, one game changing revelation will ignite a new path of destruction.”

Will Emily’s identity as Amanda Clarke be discovered and if it is, how will she continue on with her plan?

“Revenge” season 3, episode 12, “Endurance,” will air Sunday, Jan. 12 on ABC at 9 p.m., ET/PT.

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