When are we going to see Emily Thorne “wake up” from whatever sort of amnesia she is suffering from on “Revenge“? If nothing else, the new information released by ABC suggests that she is going to either suffer from (or keep up the pretense) of this ailment for at least one week, as very little about her mental state will have changed at the start of “Endurance,” the second episode of the show following the hiatus airing on Sunday, January 12.
Based on the official synopsis from the network, though, there may be something that helps to change this courtesy of a person or an event that sets in motion what will be the ultimate pull of the second half of the season:
“Physically and mentally broken, Emily finds herself more lost than ever while her enemies circle closer. But one game changing revelation will ignite a new path of destruction.”
So who could be involved in her life now? Outside of the regular cast, some of the recurring players for this week include Margaux, Sara, and Justin Hartley’s Patrick, Therefore, this is not a season where the second half of the season is extremely different than the first, which puts it in some contrast to another ABC series in “Once Upon a Time.” There will be many familiar faces, and once Emily is able to come to her senses and realize what Daniel Grayson did to her, she will be set to unleash more pain than she has before … possibly. While there is a logical part of us that says she should really try to just take off from the Hamptons and start a new life, there is no way to believe that she is really going to do that when you look back at her track record.
If Emily really is suffering from some sort of amnesia, what do you think is going to help her find her way back? Be sure to share some of your thoughts below, and click here if you’re interested in seeing a sneak peek from the January 5 return of “Revenge.” Also, be sure to sign up for our newsletter if you’re interested in getting some more updates on this and other soapy shows.