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There?s something to be said for consistency in a TV series Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 3 such as Revenge where each new episode seems twistier than the last. ?Confidence? provides its own twists and turns, but it?s considerably more subdued than what we?ve seen in the last two weeks. Now that Victoria Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 3 (Madeleine Stowe) is back in the game, and attempting to do damage control, each conversation seems fraught with greater consequence than before. Misfits Season 4 Episode 1
Revenge Season 2 Episode 4 Neither Daniel (Josh Bowman) nor Charlotte (Krista B. Allen) trust their mother, and Conrad (Henry Czerny) remains every bit the jackwagon he?s been throughout the entire series, even going Downton Abbey Season 3 Episode 7 so far as to threaten his ex-wife with an implied waaaghwaaaghwaaaghwaaagh before strong-arming her into a forced remarriage, by episode?s end. The narrative revolves around Victoria, and the episode is stronger for it, particularly the closing press conference, which is a stunning gambit that also makes for some pretty salacious television. It?s Boardwalk Empire Season 3 Episode 7 certainly better than the focus on the vague, shadowy Initiative (the last thing this show needs is a mythology, with a nebulous organization at its head), or Emily?s interminable search for her mother (Jennifer Jason Leigh), or Nolan (Gabriel Mann) getting audited, even if his money is technically Emily?s money too. The tighter the focus on Victoria as an Homeland Season 2 Episode 5 antagonist for Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp), the tighter the episode?s focus. ?Confidence? succeeds in that regard, while failing in others. I will say, however, that it?s nice to get an episode less concerned with Revenge Season 2 Episode 5 Emily is furious because she was this close (maybe) to getting the white-haired man to talk (ignoring, of course, that he was perilously close to killing her), but then her fellow Takeda-sponsored revenger had to stick his nose into things and shoot him deader than disco. Aiden (Barry Sloane) shares an intense past with Emily, as they were lovers while both were attending Takeda?s revenge school. They had planned to run away together before Aiden pulled a Luke Skywalker and bailed on his training to rescue his sister