Revenge Preview: Episode 16 - Scandal
ABC giveth and ABC taketh away. Last night, the network delivered the “big” episode and next week, Revenge fans are left with yet another week of no new episode. On the heels of such a big reveal, you’d think they’d want to keep the ball rolling and let us see what’s next, but that’s not the case. Fortunately, we do have this preview and an episode description to chew on while we wait...
Spoilers ahead! And definitely don’t read if you haven’t watched “Chaos” yet!
Law & Order: Criminal Intent’s Courtney B. Vance is set to guest star in “Scandal,” which airs Wednesday, February 29th. Scandal seems like an especially fitting title, all things considered. Tyler is dead... presumably. With this show, anything can happen. Lydia fell... what? Four stories? She didn’t die. Regardless, dead or not, Tyler is shot and we don’t know who did it? But right now, things are not looking good for Daniel. And from the preview, it looks like he may be the person blamed for the murder...
Real nice of Ashley to blame Daniel. What does she stand to gain for telling the cops he did it? It’s one thing to suspect it was Daniel. Everyone has reason to at least explore the idea that Daniel killed Tyler, considering he turned up on the beach with blood all over himself. But to tell the cops she thinks it was him is pretty shady. Is she just jealous? Interestingly enough, Ashley’s name is mentioned in ABC’s episode description. Check it out below.
"Scandal" - The murder scandal at the Fire & Ice party rocks the Hamptons, and someone has to take the fall. The devastating turn of events call for desperate measures, as the Graysons form a united front, Emily grows more anxious, Ashley steps up for the family, and Jack is not the only one wondering where Amanda has gone, on Revenge, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The Graysons form a united front! That’s a twist...
Read our breakdown of last night’s “Chaos” here!
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