Leading up to the season 3 premiere of ABC's Revenge on Sunday, Sept 29 at 9|8 p.m. Central, Enstars provides fans will a review of where the show left off.
Jack Porter and Victoria Grayson were in a partnership to bring down Conrad Grayson, but Porter was not convinced she has the truest of intentions. Jack revealed to her that Conrad has a laptop full of information that could damage his career, including the fact that he was responsible for David Clarke's death. Jack also told Victoria he plans on releasing the Nate tape to the press, which reveals that Conrad has a hand in Amanda Clarke's death. Jack then wanted to shoot Conrad at campaign headquarters, but Emily stopped him by revealing that she is in fact the real Amanda Clarke.
Jack's brother, Declan Porter, also died in the season 2 finale.
Nolan Ross' coveted Carrion caused a blackout in New York City but at first it all got traced back to Aiden Mathis. Nolan and Emily go to Takeda's home only to find him dead. Emily later found out Aiden killed him and cannot forget her on-again, off-again lover. Nolan got questioned by officials about Carrion and they also showed him they video they obtained that has Padma saying Nolan is behind everything.
Victoria told Conrad that Jack knows what happened to Amanda and that he is determined to find the computer, which he thought Conrad took from Amanda. She also told Conrad that Jack will sabotage the press conference by releasing the Nate tape. At that point, Conrad already knew that his assistant Ashley Davenport was scheming with Jack.
Aiden told Emily she is too consumed with her plot of revenge against the Graysons and asked her to go away with him. She refused - instead choosing to stay engaged to Daniel Grayson - and once again ended her relationship with Aiden. Before Aiden left town he bankrupted the Graysons. Aiden then got detained at the Canadian border while trying to flee the country but is released by officers when Nolan is instead arrested for the cyber attack.
In Takeda's own revenge box Emily found two photos: one of a woman, the other a guy circled in black Sharpie. Aiden later told Emily about the photos -- Takeda's fiancée was on Flight 197, which was the same flight that exploded and killed Emily's father. Takeda's fiancee took the jump seat and was never listed among the dead. Aiden told Emily that Takeda trained her as a soldier "for his war, not yours."
Aiden also told Daniel to break off his engagement or he will regret it.
Victoria found a pregnancy test in the garbage in her home and at first thought it belonged to Emily. She addressed Daniel about it and when he said the test was not Emily's, Victoria came to the conclusion that her daughter, Charlotte Grayson, is pregnant with Declan's baby. Victoria told Declan about Charlotte's pregnancy but shortly after got injured in the explosion at Grayson Global and then died when having heart surgery.
Victoria got a visit from her son Patrick Harper, whose face is not shown to the camera in the season 2 finale.
The guy who worked on restoring service in the Grayson Global offices is the man from Takeda's photo, later revealed to be a trained assassin. He was later spotted at Conrad's press conference and the Grayson gave him a nod, proving that they work together. The assassin then set of a bomb that exploded at Grayson Global and ultimately killed Declan. Conrad used the bombing to make himself look good to the press, for example, making sure volunteers for those injuries.
Daniel told Victoria that Conrad helped blow up Grayson Global, which was a shock to her. She confronted Conrad and he revealed that he not only knew about the bomb and positioned campaign headquarters nearby on purpose, but that there is also no Initiative. The organization was just a "disguise" for those who like to make a profit on disasters.
Conrad is also elected governor in the season finale.
Charlotte remains pregnant with Declan's Porter and when season 2 ended, she still has no idea that her boyfriend is dead.