In case you’ve been living under a rock or failing to care about Revenge’s Declan Porter this season, homeboy’s a major klepto these days. Well, actually, he was a klepto once and was so bad at it that we have a feeling he won’t be trying it again anytime soon.

No, he didn’t leave fingerprints (he had some sexy leather gloves for that), but he did drop his ID at the scene of the crime. When the mansion owner, Kenny Ryan, showed up at The Stowaway, we knew there was cause for concern.

Sure, Ken appears to use his Crest Whitestrips properly, but there’s something evil in his eyes that has us holding our loved ones close. Declan tries to get the stolen goods back by threatening his partner in crime, Trey Chandler, but the prep school jewelry mule wasn’t having it.

He told the Decster that the man he’d sold the goods to would break his kneecaps simply for asking for them back, but it looks like Trey and Kenny are in business together.

Credit: STILL Photo: STILL: Trey Chandler

After The Stowaway failed inspection, Jack came to Kenny telling him that he wouldn’t be able to pay him back. We later see Kenny calling Trey to relay the good news. 

“Cool, did you make an offer on the bar?” Trey asks.
“After the dust settles,” Kenny replies. 

Yikes! So two millionaires are scheming to commandeer The Stowaway? But why? We didn’t know the Montauk bar was such a hot piece of property. It looks like the Porters are in for a rough winter. 

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