Madeleine Stowe: Stowe & ‘Revenge’

February 16, 2012 by staff 

Madeleine Stowe: Stowe & ‘Revenge’, Warning: Spoilers ahead! The show debuted in September 2011. Wednesday’s episode, titled “Chaos,” revisited a key scene from the pilot, which showed a mysterious man shot to death on the beach in the Hamptons area of New York, outside the posh homes of key characters Victoria Grayson, a scheming socialite in played by Stowe, and her future daughter-in-law Emily Thorne.

Thorne, played by VanCamp, is a vigilante who changed her name from Amanda Clarke and took on a false identity in a bid to get revenge on those who framed her father, who was sent to prison for a t*rror*sm crime he did not commit. As part of her plan, she seduced and became engaged to Grayson’s son, Daniel, played by Joshua Bowman.

Many viewers had speculated after the pilot that it was his body that was found on the beach, in the midst of his mother’s “Fire & Ice” engagement party for him and Thorne. On Wednesday’s episode, it was revealed that the person who was shot was actually Tyler Barrol, an old college friend of Daniel Grayson.

Barrol had throughout the debut season plotted against the Grayson family in what appeared to be his own scheme for revenge. At one point, he hijacked a dinner by holding the characters at gunpoint.

On Wednesday’s episode, he kidnaps the real Emily Thorne, who is played by Margarita Levieva. She switched identities with VanCamp’s character and is known as Amanda Clarke. Barrol then faces off against the younger Grayson on the beach and reveals some unsettling facts about Thorne.

The next thing you know, bang, someone is shot. Thorne’s friend Jack Porter, played by Nick Wechsler, finds Clarke, his girlfriend, on the beach with the body. Victoria Grayson rushes to her son, but discovers it was Barrol who was shot dead. But Daniel Grayson emerges and he’s all bloody.

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