A day of reckoning awaits our dear friends in East Hamptons, as one major character will come face-to-face with death in the much-anticipated Revenge season finale, airing next Wednesday, May 23.
"It's not an extra that's getting killed," show creator Mike Kelley dished to TV Guide. "[The person] is part of our cast so it will have a big impact."
Unfortunately, Kelley is not referring to Sammy the Dog, who met his maker in last night's episode, "Grief." This character is someone who could potentially change the entire landscape of the show.
So, which principal character will join Tyler and Sammy in the land of the dearly departed?
Here's a list of potential victims and our expert predictions:
While it should technically be Lydia (girl can't be in the best health after plummeting from a penthouse apartment, right?), we think it'll be someone more impactful. After all, she's worth little more than a fake De Kooning.
Chances are high that Victoria's mini-me will overdose on that ginormous bag of pills she just scored. But would they really kill off an innocent high schooler who just found out her father is the world's most notorious terrorist? Tough break.
Declan's in a constant state of emo turmoil, so we wouldn't be surprised if he accidentally choked on a hemp necklace in his sleep. But we're pretty sure we haven't heard the last of his phony lawn-guy-island accent, unfortunately.
Nolan warned Jack to cash Daniel's check or else the Graysons would find a more "permanent" way to silence him. We know these people are evil, but would they really kill Montauk's saddest, loneliest barback? Dude just lost his dog!
Poor Nolan. He's currently lying unconscious on the floor of his Seacliff Lane mansion after the white-haired man beat him at his own game. Will our mystery man kill Nolan like he did David Clarke? Psh. Nolan's always got a trick up his sleeve … or under his bangs.
Connie could be in trouble. After all, the episode is called "Reckoning," and it's about darn time the past caught up with him. Karma's a bitch, baby.
Queen V is knee-deep in SEC drama, but she's way too foxy (pun intended) to fall victim to a murder plot. Plus, her bandage dresses probably double as bullet-proof vests.
Danny Boy has survived both a stint in Riker's Island and a beachside shootout, proving he's anything if not hearty. Although we're pretty sure Emily wants to deck him over the head with her infinity box for siding with Conrad, we think this trust-fund baby's got a long, healthy life line.
That British accent may have helped Ashley climb the New York City social ladder, but it won't save her from a cold-blooded killer. Watch your back, Ash. You might not be able to talk your way out of this one.