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It’s Victoria’s turn for revenge in this episode and warning – its pretty rough or at least the catalyst for the revenge is pretty rough, the revenge itself isn’t so over the top, really its just a very candid dinner conversation. See, it’s Thanksgiving and Victoria decides to have story time about the last Thanksgiving she had with Mother Harper. Victoria has a Mother and Victoria has been planning her Mother’s demise since the last time they talked, which was apparently 40 years ago when Mother threw Victoria out of the house for getting molested by Mother’s boyfriend. Yup, I told you it was rough. So anyway Victoria springs her revenge trap which ends with her mother out on the street and penniless in a fur coat. Shit was pretty hard for everyone in 2006 not just for shitty mother Harper. Danny was being used as an unwitting pawn by the women in his life, Charlotte was barely acknowledged, Jack’s dad was alive, and a mean drunk AND a mean sober, and Ashley was in the process of getting trafficked by the mob. Emily meets Aiden in the Brighton Beach/Moscow club where Ashley will presently be trafficked, but luckily Emily saves them both. Takeda takes on a new pupil and has to open a remedial class in his Revenge School just for Aiden. Declan is also barely acknowledged.
Topics for Consideration:
Nolcorp Zaibatsu’s Hot New Product
MYEKING YER DEDDY PUREUD
Ronald Takeda’s Evening Wear & Glamor Guidelines
The Caaaandy of Rich Men
Bad guy and Not Criminal guy
Putting the Shrine Maiden in Her Reliquary
Eotena Onslaught, by Nolan “Uzumaki Naruto-dono” Ross