Emily’s oldest friend becomes the latest casualty. As Emily fights to clear Jack’s name in and out of court, newlyweds Nolan and Louise receive a visit from Officer Ben Hunter. – ABC’s Revenge Wiki This week, Hamptons’ socialites gather allies to take part in an all-out war. Hot hacker, Nolan Ross (Gabriel Mann) teams up with wife, Louise (Elena Satine) to prove that she did NOT kill her baby bro. Luckily, Louise is a sweet Southern liar since technically, she did kill her brother. Back in court, Jack Porter (Nick Wechsler) joins forces with his cougar mom, Stevie Grayson (Gail O’Grady, Hellcats) to fight for custody of his son. “Loss” is an action-packed episode, full of violence, justice and another heartbreaking death. Even Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) forges a union with another human, well sort of. Queen Vic and Margaux LeMarchal (Karine Vanasse) holds hands to deal with this week’s tragedy. Remember, spiteful ex, Margaux has framed Jack in her plan to take down Emily (Emily VanCamp). Emily begs for an armistice–but Margaux walks into the street and gets nailed by a taxi. Not a shocking or ridiculous hit this time. We are in New York, after all. Not only does Margaux break her little French arm, but she suffers another loss. It’s almost sad to see Margaux crying in her hospital bed, feeling her stomach and sensing something’s off. She can’t make herself face the truth, that the baby inside her may have been injured–badly. Victoria (the grandmother- to-be) rushes to Margaux’s side, but it’s too late. The physical trauma to Margaux’s baby was too severe. And even more shockingly, Emily and David (James Tupper) have a genuine father-daughter moment that doesn’t involve tear gas or bullet shells. After the taxi hurls Margaux into the street, Emily breaks down in yet another fit of tears. This time it seems more like a panic attack. An attack so severe, she goes running to … her father? David Clarke is one of the WORST fathers in television history. Yes, he was framed for a 9/11-style attack and served some time in prison. But that’s no excuse for faking his own death, forcing his daughter to grow up in foster care. Not only that, but he left a “revenge box” behind so Emily could avenge the people who “killed” him. This turned Emily into the revenge-obsessed sociopath who can only love other assassins. Great parenting. So I doubt Emily has actual loving emotions for her part-time father. I’m assuming she had a complete mental breakdown. She does blame herself for the death of Margaux’s baby and countless others. Suffering a panic attack would explain her rushing into David’s arms for comfort. But who knows, her one true love is dead, and she’s too dead inside for Jack, so might as will have a father. He’s still a total douchebag though. In the end, Jack does not become “the latest casualty” as he wins his court case and reconnects with his long, lost mother, Stevie. The two have a sweet moment and it’s nice to see Jack have an ally for once. He’s such a sweetheart and since his brother, father and wife have died, it’s nice to see he finally has a mother. A mother with a law degree, no less. Yet before “Loss” comes to a complete end, Margaux stabs Emily in the back, one more time. Victoria leans in to damaged Margaux, asking if Emily pushed her in front of the taxi. Margaux, being the “psycho hose beast” she is, says, “Yes.” A murder allegation against Emily Thorne? The war goes on. PROMO next week on Revenge: Share this:TweetShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.