In the last episode, Emily and Victoria must learn to work together in order to try and escape Malcolm’s grasp.
In this week’s episode, titled ‘Kindred’, Nolan and Louise get ready to throw a wedding reception while Emily sees this as a way to try an unwind from her revenge plan.
Lyman/Penelope continue to try and push Louise into believing that she killed her father. Time for white knight Nolan to come in and save her again.
Emily resorts to extreme tactics to try and get Louise to remember (which involve Louise’s hand a knife) but results are not what they expected.
Ben and Jack are being honored by the city but Jack is less then enthused about it. Maybe because he knows he doesn’t deserve it? Or the fact it’s his fault the captain died?
Fun fact today is not only Nolan and Louise’s wedding reception but also Amanda’s birthday which David wants to celebrate.
Margaux throws the first punch at Emily as she insinuates that her and David are a couple. Yuck. And she knows it’s yuck too. That’s the funny part.
Emily tries to take the high road, which is certainly a new tactic for her.
Victoria tries to save Daniel’s name by making a foundation but her old friends (for lack of a better word) are not all that excited about it. She had a new rival (Natalie Waters) in her group, but she learns quickly that Victoria is not someone to be messed with.
It’s gonna an interesting change of pace as it won’t be Victoria vs. Emily probably for the rest of the season.
Louise finally stands up to her mother and she wins the battle. But is the war over?
At the end of the show, Victoria gets a call about a death in the family (perhaps her other son). Margaux gets her smoking gun but it will come at a cost of Jack. Emily finally lets Ben in and Jack sees it.
Meanwhile, Emily struggles whether or not she can return to being Amanda.
The show is going to take a little break not coming back until March, but when they do return Emily is going to be torn between choosing between Ben and Jack and Margaux must decide if taking down Emily is worth taking Jack down as collateral.
What did you think of the show?