In spite of its bombastic origins, Revenge has been far more of a slow burn in recent years. Gone are the days where we would get a big, mini-revenge plot weekly, replaced instead by an increased focus on the direct conflict between Emily and Victoria, and their attempts to manipulate the ones around them. That’s not to say that there isn’t merit in this form of storytelling – I’m still watching, after all – but it was nice to see “Abduction” offer a more energetic hour of television.
Of course, this being Revenge, there was still a lot of talking. Even locked in a cage, all Victoria could do was spit venomous remarks at Emily. It was pretty infuriating, though things took a turn when Victoria risked her own life to save Emily. In fact, the ending had a finale feel to it, with Vi...
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