Revenge Season 4 Episode 11 Review: What goes around, comes around…again?

‘What goes around, comes around’ has always been the best way to summarize Revenge and after this week’s episode farewelling Daniel Grayson it looks like the cycle of revenge will be continuing and it has me asking, will the cycle ever end?

‘Epitaph’ not only saw Daniel’s baby mamma Margaux LeMarchal picking up the torch of revenge and vowing to take down Emily, it also saw Malcolm Black, the new big bad wolf, arrive in the Hamptons to settle his score with David Clarke and more than likely take down Emily and Co for killing his daughter aka FBI Agent Kate Taylor in the mid-season finale.

After four seasons of a constant tit-for-tat between all of the Hamptonites, I must say it’s starting to get a little tiring. And with Nick Wechsler (Jack Porter) coming out and saying that the show could last two more seasons, I don’t know how much longer I can hold out. I mean, will Emily ever get her revenge?

The icing on the cake for me in this episode however, was Victoria Grayson once again refusing to admit her culpability. The first thing she did after finding out Daniel was dead was to ask Emily, “What have you done?”, and I was like more, “What have you done?”. After all, it was Victoria who put Kate onto Emily in the first place. Just saying.

However, despite all of the bones I had to pick with this episode, I still enjoyed it and I can’t wait to see what happens to everyone moving forward, and with Elena Satine (Louise Ellis) being promoted to series regular, things are bound to get more interesting!

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And with Daniel gone, will Victoria be next? Catch next week’s promo here:



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