Revenge Season 3 Review “Endurance”

Well, that didn’t last very long, did it? After establishing Emily’s amnesia in last week’s episode, “Endurance” opened up with Emily’s memory entirely restored. Though this transition was a bit jarring, it certainly set the tone for an episode of Revenge dedicated to shifting storylines and new character motivations.

Of course, with Emily’s memories back, the question before her was whether or not she would continue in her quest for vengeance. While the answer was obvious if the show was going to keep going, it was a necessary dilemma for Emily to go through. This is the closest she’s come to dying for her cause, and this wasn’t the first time a master plan of hers has failed. Granted, this isn’t the first time she’s gone through this crisis of identity, but it worked again here. Equally effective was the motivation for her to continue fighting the good fight; the Graysons have now taken her future as well as her past.



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Jan 29, 2014 8:17PM EST

This coming out party of sorts for Daniel was a really good, long overdue event in this show that I really think opens up the show a lot for more opportunities. I really hope they keep Daniel's character on this trajectory.

Also loved that they used "After All Is Said and Done" by Junip in the scene where Daniel enters a mostly empty Stowaway and finds Sara there - that really added a nice backdrop to the scene.

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