Revenge Episode 46: Sin

Revenge Episode 46

Title: Sin
Season: 3
Episode #: 3.02
Episode: 46
First Air Date: October 6, 2013 (9pm)
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Writer: Joe Fazzio
Director: John Scott
Guest Stars:
James LeGros as Father Paul Whitley
Karine Vanasse as Margaux LeMarchal
Justin Hartley as Patrick Osbourne
NY Post's Richard Johnson as Himself
David Moses as Pastor Saunders

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Emily targets a former Grayson Global executive who is now a clergyman; Victoria makes a move; Margaux makes an interesting proposal to Daniel.

(From ABC)
Emily's next target takes her into unchartered, sacred terrain, now that the former Grayson Global executive is a reformed clergyman. Victoria makes a bold move with Patrick, and Margaux presents Daniel with an intriguing proposal

(Recap From ABC)
Emily entrusts Nolan with her Infinity Box for the time being. She pulls out a photo of the next red Sharpie target in her Revengenda. The manís name is Paul Whitley. Heís the person Conrad used to persuade investors to support Grayson Global back in the day. This man convinced many people to turn against David Clarke. Paul Whitley isnít part of the corporate world any longer. He works for a higher power. These days, Paul Whitley is a priest. He also happens to be Emilyís choice to preside over her August 8th wedding. Coincidence? Nah.

Father Paul claims he changed his life after the David Clarke trial. He wanted to help as many people as possible after everything went down. Now that heís back in the world of the Graysons, he tries to convince an ailing Conrad see the light. He just needs to acknowledge his sins. Thatís easier said than done when youíre a Grayson. In other news, Charlotte tries to get Conrad out amongst the living after his diagnosis with Huntingtonís Disease. She blames herself for what happened to Declan. This drives Jack crazy. He wants Emily to tell her sister the truth. Thatís not gonna happen.

Daniel plans to help Margaux LeMarchal (guest star Karine Vanasse) run her new magazine, Voulez. He meets up with her for dinner to discuss the possibility. Emily excuses herself from the dinner table so the two of them can chat. She runs into Charlotte, who believes her only true confidant betrayed her by blabbing about Patrick. This has Emily feeling down. Nolan adds to her unsettled feelings by saying that perhaps Father Paul isnít truly Sharpie-worthy. The guy has turned his life around to become a good man. Emily isnít swayed. She lures Father Paul to an abandoned apartment where she knocks him unconscious. Itís all part of her plan.

Aiden proves that heís on the up-and-up about taking down Victoriaís nemesis by showing her the deed to Nolanís place with Emilyís name on it. The queen of the Hamptons sees that Nolan has purchased one of her paintings. Theyíve been put up for sale to keep the financially-strapped Grayson family living in luxury, albeit month-to-month. Elsewhere, Margaux is thoroughly impressed with Daniel, and not just in a business sense. She unfastens her belt and drops her dress. Daniel lets out only the slightest of smile before stepping toward her. Gotta keep the boss happy, right?

Emily convinces Victoria that she should do whatever it takes to keep Patrick as part of her life. So the queen invites him over for dinner to meet the family. Daniel is shocked learn he has a brother. Heís also still reeling from his earlier encounter with Margaux. As for Patrick, heís stunned to learn that Victoria is the person who sent Frank Stevens to him many years ago to scare him away from the Grayson clan. Sheís obviously had a change of heart. Speaking of heart, Conradís is suddenly racing. Thatís because Emily sprinkled as little something into his drink. He has an attack where he cuts himself by breaking a glass in his hand.

Jack canít stand that Charlotte blames herself for Declanís death. So he does something about it. Once Charlotte learns the truth, she confronts her father about his part in Declanís death. Sheís done with him. Charlotteís tells her dad that he deserves to die miserable and alone. This levels Conrad emotionally. Nolan is also being proactive when it comes to doing the right thing. He reads a passage from David Clarkeís journal where the author asks his daughter to do the one thing he couldnít doóforgive. Thatís something Emily canít do either. Thatís why she plops a picture of an unconscious Father Paul in bed with a woman into his churchís collection basket.

As it turns out, Daniel didnít sleep with Margaux. The only reason he approached her was to hand her the dress she dropped. One would think this incident would make any future business partnership impossible. One would be wrong. Daniel accepts a job with Margauxís magazine. This is good news for Emily, as sheís been trying to find a way to keep him in the city more. Sheíll likely be disappointed to learn that her fiancť convinced his new boss to set up their offices in Montauk. Maybe they can have business lunches at the Stowaway.

Father Paul details how someone knocked him out. He then shows Emily a place that always makes him feel better. Itís a food kitchen and shelter for the poor. Father Paul really is a good man. Emily sees this now, but itís too late to stop her plan from unfolding. Father Paul is dismissed from his post. Thatís too bad for Conrad, who is now looking to face punishment for his sins. As for Emily, she lets Nolan know that he was right about the good father. She plans to fix this. Emily believes Father Paul is the one person who can do what she canít. She believes he can get Conrad to confess everything.