The Revenge Season 3 finale is coming up this week, and after Emily's (Emily VanCamp) shocking takedown of Conrad (Henry Czerny), we can't wait to see her try to bring Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) to her knees, too.
What can we expect from this epic showdown? Here's what the promo for the episode reveals:
1. A confrontation in a graveyard. At :02 we see Victoria talking to Emily while Em digs up… a grave. "From the second I laid eyes on you, I knew something was wrong. Now this is where it all ends," Victoria says. Yeah, OK. We can't wait to see what that is all about. You can see more of that scene in the sneak peek photos.
2. Emily checks out the David Clarke cabin. At :07 there's a glimpse of Emily looking around the cabin where the weird stalker has all of the David Clarke research. At :09, we see her in a fight at the cabin. Get more of that scene in this sneak peek.
3. A shadowy figure and a truck. We're not sure what's going on at :08, but it looks like the kind of situation where someone might get hurt.
4. Shock at the Stowaway. What does Em see at the Stowaway that has her so shocked at :09? It looks like everyone in the bar is equally agast, so it must be something big. An explosion?
5. Another fight at :10. We see more fighting at :10, and based on the setting we're pretty sure it's not the same fight as in the cabin.
6. Breaking into a van. Is that Charlotte we spot breaking into a van at :10?
7. Emily and Aiden. We're worried Aiden might be the one to die, but even if he does, at least he'll have a romantic moment with Emily first, as we see at :12.
8. Blood! At :12 we see someone pulling a knife from a bloody...body? Is that a body? It's hard to tell exactly what's going on.
9. Trial? At :13 we see Conrad in a prison outfit being marched in front of a big crowd. Is he already going to trial? Is his jail location being moved?
10. Victoria's accusations. "You've been running around under a false identity," Victoria says in voiceover. "You won't get away with this!" At the end, it even sounds like she says "You are Amanda Clarke," though we'll note that the difference in sound quality between "you are" and "Amanda Clarke" makes us suspect that "sentence" is actually spliced together between two different things she says. We'll have to wait and see...
Check it out for yourself here.