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Revenge Season 2: Will Amanda Clarke Go Rogue Again?

Ever since Amanda Clarke shimmied her way off the pole and into the Hamptons, we’ve watched in anguish as Emily Thorne tried to get the curly-haired nuisance out of the way while placating her at the same time.

It’s become exceedingly irritating to watch Ems tiptoe around this hoe, but she has to if she wants to keep her quiet. And though we wish Takeda had taken her out along with Tyler, Fauxmanda does present some interesting (if not always welcome) twists, a’la baby bump.

And it seems that come Season 2, this knocked-up nightmare will potentially present an even larger problem for Emily (and we’re not just talking about her growing stomach). Emily doesn’t trust Amanda and even goes to Takeda to gather intel on the pregnant pole dancer.

He claims to have been training Amanda, but when Emily encounters her bestie from juvy, she seems eager to help the cause. But Ems isn’t having it.

“Back five seconds and you’re already pushing me away,” Amanda says in the spoiler clip. “But this time I’m not going anywhere.”

She’s determined to make things work with her baby daddy, and refuses to let Emily get in the way.

“If he learns the truth about me, everyone learns the truth about you,” she threatens.

Amanda has already gone rogue once when Tyler filled her head with thoughts of betrayal. Could she do it again? She’s definitely a loose canon, and one Emily should think twice about before setting off.

What do you think? Will Amanda go rogue come Season 2? Weigh in below!

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09.28.2012 / 12:00 AM EDT by Rachel McRady
Related: Revenge, Emily Thorne, Amanda Clarke, Revenge Season 2

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