Revenge Episode 13 Preview: Commitment

Another Wednesday gone by, another amazing episode of Revenge to entertain us and leave us eager for more. If that includes you, we have a few juicy preview images and a video promoting next week’s episode. Spoilers ahead, especially if you haven’t watched last night’s episode yet!?

You can read my full breakdown of “Infamy” here. If you’re ready to look ahead, here’s the promo video for “Commitment,” which includes a glimpse of what looks like the big proposal scene...

So what did we get out of the above snippets? Emily either doesn’t care, or is pretending not to care, that Charlotte may be her half sister. An attempt to keep the walls up? She’s used to being an only-child and she’s trying to steel herself against emotional obstacles. I think she’s going to fail there. Charlotte is too sweet and vulnerable for Emily to cold-shoulder forever.

Jack’s going to get hurt. We saw a glimpse of him on the floor with blood on his face. And Nolan said something to Emily about her having his blood on her hands, which may be both literal and metaphorical. Also, who was that guy that punched Jack?

And then there’s Victoria confronting Amanda, which was followed by Amanda confronting Emily wanting answers. Everyone wants answers!

Here’s the official description for the episode...

“Commitment” – Daniel plans a romantic proposal that may carry dire, long-term ramifications, and Charlotte is devastated when she’s forced to move back home with her mother. Meanwhile, Jack’s life is put in jeopardy when he’s betrayed by someone he adores, and Nolan forces Emily to think twice about her actions, on Revenge, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

And for those of you who are excited to see Daniel propose to Emily, these pictures are especially good... and especially spoilery... also very wet...

Revenge airs Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. ET on ABC.

Discussion and speculation on last night’s “Infamy, including the idea of Daniel cheating on Emily with Sophie...

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