The fourth season of “Revenge” and ultimately the series is about to conclude, but not before there are going to be some many happy returns. One of those is going to be Charlotte, who is back after an inexplicably long stint in rehab. We definitely understand her trying to get better, but at the same time not showing up at the funeral for Daniel Grayson? Strange. Maybe she will turn up for Victoria’s, since we have not exactly seen that yet and the finale is fittingly titled “Two Graves.”
You do not have to wait that long to see Christa B. Allen on the show again. As executive producer Sunil Nayar tells Entertainment Weekly, Charlotte’s return is more than just some cameo to give the series a sense of closure. She has importance because of her lineage, and she still does have some sort of role to play in everything that is to come:
“Charlotte makes a return in the next episode. She’s gotten better. When we talked about the idea of the series ending, we thought it’s really hard to end it without her being a major part of the story because she’s part of both of these families and because the story has to be told to her. Even when she left us early in the season, it was always our intention to bring Charlotte back because how Emily is going to deal with her sister is important. How you see Charlotte dealing with Victoria’s death puts her in a certain place of mind. She has a king of significant role and has a huge piece of information in the finale that I think is really delicious.”
While Charlotte hat at times suffered under a case of “needs more to do,” she is still a character we want to see happy at the end of this. We don’t think that she is terrible at heart; plus, we want to think that this will not just be the parade of frowns by the time we get to the end of the season.
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