Revenge Season 4 - Episode 1 !!TOP!!
The fourth and final season of the ABC American television drama series Revenge premiered on September 28, 2014. This season saw several cast changes as both Barry Sloane and Henry Czerny's characters, Aiden Mathis and Conrad Grayson, were killed off in the Season 3 finale. This was the first season not to feature Czerny's character. James Tupper and Karine Vanasse, who played David Clarke and Margaux LeMarchal respectively, were upgraded to series regulars. The series stars Madeleine Stowe and Emily VanCamp as Victoria Grayson and Emily Thorne, respectively.
Revenge Season 4 - Episode 1
Season four of Revenge opens six months after the events of the season three finale. Emily is living in Grayson Manor, Victoria is committed to a mental hospital desperately trying to escape, and David Clarke is alive. For the past three years, Emily has worked to take down all of the people who played a part in framing her father. She has finally taken down the Graysons only to discover that her father is alive. The problem is that Victoria gets to him first and takes her own revenge by feeding him lies about Emily and leaving him in the dark that she is actually his daughter. Emily's revenge is not over. She soon discovers that the man who kept her father kidnapped for most of her life is also still alive.
The season aired simultaneously on Global in Canada. In the United Kingdom, it premiered on E4 on January 5, 2015. Season 4 premiered in Ireland on RTÉ2 on January 6, 2015 with a double bill before settling into its slot of 9:55 pm two weeks later, and completed its run on May 19, 2015 from 10:05 pm with a double bill.
The second episode starts off with the favorite Queen Victoria, who is free from the mental institution, but still captive. This is confirmed by her horrified escape, and a disturbing David will not let her go with no trouble. David still loves and trusts Victoria.
Meanwhile, Emily is in the times of subtle softness as she elects to protect Charlotte by being honest about who she truly is. She pleads guilty to be her biological sister. Emily takes up that Charlotte will respond rationally and the stimulants are out of her system. Charlotte hulk smashes Emily's revenge box. Emily did not anticipate this to happen.
Margaux finished her solo fight revenge, putting cocaine on Gideon before he goes to the plane. Gideon gets arrested because of that. After her revenge, Margaux has a good time by throwing herself at Danny.
On last night's episode of "Revenge," Emily's retribution spree continued. Turns out, not only is revenge a dish best served cold, it's even better when it's served over a number of courses. With a garnish of public humiliation, of course.
The second episode of Killing Eve has our two leads continuing their separate journeys. Villanelle seeks a road to redemption through religion and now has a spiritual guide in Jesus to help lead her on the correct path. Eve, on the other hand, is out for blood in her crusade to take down the Twelve.
During the span of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, we witnessed the maturation of Ahsoka, the revelation of the Nightsisters, and the return of Darth Maul. Clones that were merely a number in the films were given distinct personalities and we also got an in-depth look at what was stirring in the galaxy between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. Now comes the ultimate question: Which episode deserves to be crowned the best of them all? Choose wisely!
The episode begins with a mysterious highwayman-themed villain calling himself "Revenge" infiltrating the lair of the Guild of Calamitous Intent. During an inquisition held by the Guild's Council of 13 of the Intangible Fancy, Revenge unmasks, attacks, and kidnaps two members of the Council, knocking out Councilman 3 and almost killing Councilman 8 while said Councilman was valiantly attempting to strangle him. The other Councilmen, unaware of where each of their chambers is situated, are helpless to stop Revenge from escaping.
In a flashback, it is revealed that, contrary to what was implied in the 3rd-Season episode ORB, Col. Venture was not executed by his bodyguard, Eugen Sandow, in order to prevent him from activating the Orb. Having a soft spot in his heart for the Colonel, Sandow instead broke the Orb irreparably, preventing its centuries of carefully-assembled art and science from ever being used. Lloyd is shocked, before Sandow revealed he was ordered to kill him, something he appreciates him not doing. As thanks for saving his life, Venture promised to keep the incident quiet and repaired the Orb's casing, never revealing that it had been internally damaged. In the present, Revenge fails to achieve anything with the Orb, and collapses, defenseless, to be seized by the Guild.
'Revenge' Season 4 will pick up from the dramatic incidents in the Season 3 finale and the upcoming installment is expected to have more drama-packed episodes. If the synopsis and trailer of 'Revenge' Season 4 premiere episode are any indication, fans can expect the "Renaissance" episode to be an explosive one.
The episode was written by Sunil Nayar and Sallie Patrick and directed by John Terlesky. Talking to TV Fanatic, Nayar, who is also the executive producer of the show, disclosed that the 'Revenge' Season 4 premiere is going to be "full of surprises" and "full of unexpected payoffs to our cliffhangers."
When Emily was asked for forgiveness by her former Aunt in Gilead, she refused to give it and crowed with delight when the woman subsequently took her own life. When June gathered her fellow survivors to take revenge on Fred Waterford, Emily was among them.
"Revenge" is the twenty-second and final episode of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series' fourth season. This is the conclusion to a four-part storyline about the fate of Asajj Ventress, the Nightsisters, and two of the Nightbrothers, which began with the last three episodes: "Massacre," "Bounty," and "Brothers." It first aired on March 14 in France on W9, before its official premiere on Cartoon Network on March 16, 2012. This episode is chronologically followed by Season Five's second episode, "A War on Two Fronts."
Reunited, Maul and Savage Opress travel back to Dathomir, where they are led by Mother Talzin to her village, where she removes Maul's spider-like cybernetics and uses magicks to create new cybernetic legs, as well as restore Maul's sanity. Once back to full health, Maul decides to wreak his revenge on the man who reduced him to his state: Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Obi-Wan travels to the Raydonian village and is quickly taken down by Maul and Opress, who take him aboard their hijacked freighter to be tortured to death. However, just before they take off, Ventress has landed on the planet, found their ship and hitched a ride. Appearing before the two brothers, she taunts them saying savage is still an animal, making them abandon an unconscious Obi-Wan to search for her. Ventress returns to Obi-Wan, wakes him up and lends him one of her lightsabers for his defense when Maul and Opress return. The two team up in order to fight the brothers, but find themselves outmatched and just barely escape by jettisoning the ship's cockpit, leaving Maul and Opress adrift. Despite this setback, Maul is satisfied that the Jedi will yet come after him once more and that he will get his revenge after all.
"Revenge" was the second episode in the series to feature a red opening logo, rather than the standard yellow one. The previous episode also featured this logo, for the first time, due to the return of Darth Maul.
According to a behind the scenes feature at StarWars.com, the turtle tanker is not actually stranded in space, as there is a second control pod in the tanker. Maul is seen in it at the end of the episode.
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This is Kate when she was 10-years-oldand her friend, Tom.Tom is holding the same toy airplanethat was once locked away in a bank vaultin the Season 1 episode"Whatever the Case May Be."This is Jacob, who has not agedsince his conversation with the Man in Blackover 100 years ago.Jacob's touch is important.Kate was one of the survivorsof the crash of Oceanic Flight 815.
This also takes place in 1977.This is a hydrogen bomb called "Jughead"left on the island by the U.S. Army in 1954as seen in the Season 5 episode, "Jughead."Jack believes that by detonating the corehe will prevent the crash of Oceanic Flight 815.This is Richard Alpert, an advisor to the Others.The woman is young Eloise Hawking.She is Daniel Faraday's motherand is now pregnant with baby Daniel Faraday.
This is 8-year-old Sawyerat the time of the funeralfor his mother and father.This is Jacob, again making a connectionwith one of the Oceanic survivors.Jacob's touch marks certain peoplewho eventually end up on the island.Sawyer's father killed his motherand then shot himselfas seen in the Season 1 episode, "Outlaws."Sawyer's real name is James Ford.He adopted the nickname of "Sawyer"because that is the name of the con manwho swindled his familyand sent his father into a murderous rage.Sawyer will carry his letter of revengewith him everywhere, including the island.He let Kate read the letterin the Season 1 episode, "Confidence Man."Sawyer finally confronted the real Sawyerwho turned out to be Locke's father.Sawyer made the man read the letterbefore he killed himas seen in the Season 3 episode, "The Brig." 041b061a72