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Daniel returns home under house arrest and begin to suspect that Emily is getting too close to Jack. Jack returns only because Declan is about to testify against Daniel in the trial. ... See full summary »

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Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
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Ashley Davenport
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Benjamin Brooks
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Daniel returns home under house arrest and begin to suspect that Emily is getting too close to Jack. Jack returns only because Declan is about to testify against Daniel in the trial. Meanwhile, Emily is trying to move away from Jack the suspicion and testify in order to release Daniel. Written by MaritoCamacho

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Emily Thorne: [opening voiceover] Clarence Darrow, one of history's greatest lawyers, once noted "There is no such thing as justice, in or out of court." Perhaps because justice is a flawed concept that ultimately comes down to the decision of twelve people. People with their own experiences, prejudices, feelings about what defines right and wrong. Which is why, when the system fails us, we must go out and seek our own justice.
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the plot finds a scapegoat

Yeah, the Tyler Barrol business could now (mercifully) be left behind if the scriptwriters so please, because Justice has found one to blame, and he is a most deserving low-life crook.

Which isn't nearly as interesting as the subject I'd rather be on about.

The star of this show for me is Christa B. Allen. She might be listed as the very last one of the regular main cast, but to me, she is the one to watch, the wholesome-looking young heiress, the daughter of the Graysons. And she is in fine performance every week. Charlotte Grayson. Near tears when she is frustrated at having been compromised, drop dead gorgeous trying to win Declan over with an earnest display of what he could have again if he did the right thing, and inwardly raging for having been betrayed by him. Without the lovely Miss Allen aboard, the show, riddled by an implausible story-line (the facts, I feel, stare the Graysons in the face the moment the name Amanda Clark pops up again years later) (which is why I maintain that Margarita Levieva's Amanda sank the plot, no blame on the actress, but on a story-line that simply couldn't take that complication AND remain plausible), at least has that charming young graceful girl to make me say "Aw, who cares, I buy the DVDs to see the pretty actresses anyway."


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