revenge recapping: collusionPosted: February 5, 2013
previously on revenge: sabotage
Daniel whisks Emily away to LA to help him secure Stonehaven and completely ignoring Charlotte’s birthday. But it’s OK, Victoria does the same when she also forgets Charlotte’s birthday to whisk herself off to LA to help Jason secure Stonehaven. And Aiden follows them all to carry out an order from the initiative to kill Victoria after he sees video footage of Colleen.
Victoria uses her body to convince Jason to continue pursuing Stonehaven after Aiden convinces him it wouldn’t be a sound deal. Her body works because Jason doesn’t let up until Daniel uncovers some dirty truths and exposes them to Stonehaven’s CEO. Jason is forced to pull out of the deal securing Stonehaven for Daniel and Grayson Global, just as the Initiative wanted.
Aiden doesn’t through with killing Victoria because Emily stops him in time. She convinces him not to become a puppet for the initiative but in the end he sees a video of what appears to be Colleen overdosing and shuns Emily. Aiden is now a loose, cannon and you can bet he’s gonna explode.
Conrad holds up his end of the bargain and does his best to get rid of the Ryan brothers. Ryan brother one (I don’t totally care to learn their names) is fine with taking the money and pulling out of the bar but Ryan brother two refuses to let up. He approaches Conrad and makes a business proposition to build up the docks, which would be a great platform for Conrad to run on. Conrad is intrigued.
In other news, Nolan figures out that Padma is a secret agent.
- Aiden will become hard for Emily to control, Takeda may have to become involved
- With Aiden no longer in the picture romantically, Emily may fall in love with Daniel
Jack: Are we just the poster children for your new public image?
Conrad: What, do you mean do I have a selfish motivation for this? You bet.
Charlotte: I’ve spent the last two days thinking about family and what it means to be a daughter, a sister, and now an adult. And my only wish is that you support my first adult decision. I’m changing my name…you can now call me Charlotte Clarke.