Revenge Episode 72: Damage

Revenge Episode

Title: Damage
Season: 4 Episode #: 4.06
Episode: 72
First Air Date: November 2, 2014 (10pm)
DVD: Revenge: The Complete Fourth Season
Writer: Christopher Fife & Sallie Patrick
Director: John Terlesky
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Emily worries that Charlotte cannot be saved from her worsening downward spiral; Nolan and David reunite.

(From ABC)
Charlotte's downward spiral takes her to a place where even Emily worries she can't be saved as David and Nolan have a very public reunion.

(Recap From ABC)
Charlotte awakens in the apartment of the man she went home with the night before. His name is Vince. Charlotte realizes that heís not a good guy. Heís using her as bait to catch a fish heís been after for a very long time. Even though Vince is armed with a handgun, Charlotte fights him. She manages to get the upper hand. Vince falls backwards onto a floor breaking his neck. A trembling Charlotte points the gun at him unsure of what to do next. She finds a file folder with info on David Clarke.

Charlotte calls Emily for help. She shows her the newspaper clippings she found. Vinceís car key matches the one used in the automobile that tried to run down David. Emily says the guy was a relative of one of the victims of the flight David was accused of downing. He apparently didnít believe he was innocent. Emily helps Charlotte clean up her mess. During their blunt chat, some truths come out. Charlotte is shocked to hear that Aiden Mathis was murdered by her mother.

Page 6 does a story on how Louise Ellis has hired Daniel to manage her millions. Victoria says the girl is mentally unbalanced. She fesses up about being in the psych ward with her. Louise has delusions that her relationship with Victoria is more involved than it truly is. Sheís crushed when the queen brings her back to reality. Victoria leaves Louise twisting as she meets with Margaux, who lets her know that she canít interfere with her interview with David, who has asked Nolan to join him on TV.

Emily watches the video of her father explaining how he was imprisoned. She has a gut instinct that heís hiding something. Emily needs help investigating, but Nolanís busy at the moment. Heís at the live TV interview. As David details his time away, Emily is searching the dungy place where he was living. During the TV chat, David blindsides Nolan. He accuses him of never giving his daughter the money she was owed. Nolan looks as though he was punched in the gut. He leaves the interview unable to respond.

David shows up at Nolanís place later that night. Once again, he accuses him of stealing the money he left for his daughter. David sucker punches Nolan in the face. He leaves the premises just before Emily arrives. Nolan declares that her lies have finally caught up to him.

Charlotte tells Victoria that sheís checking herself into rehab. A large part of why sheís doing this is to get away from her. She knows what she did to Aiden. She blames Victoria for tearing their family apart. Charlotte then lets her brother in on her rehab plans. She also needs to tell him something about Emily.

The ex-cop who beat up Conrad just before he was killed is now dead, too. Ben wants to pursue the matter. He questions the dead ex-copís daughter to find out he took an early retirement after winning big in Atlantic City. He was also trying to sell the house as if he was trying to get out of town fast. Ben checks out the ex-copís garage. Thereís a double infinity sign etched on a post. Jack finally decides to join his partner in investigating this cold case.

David realizes that, with a daughter he believes to be dead and a friend he believes betrayed him, Victoria is the only person left from his past life. He wants her to stay with him always. Elsewhere, Emily tells Nolan about the guy Charlotte killed. He wasnít a fanatic who didnít believe in David Clarkeís innocence. He was something else. But what? Emily believes the place where David claims he was held was staged. If her father is lying about that, then heís lying about everything.