This weeks “Collusion” Episode was going all cosy and steamy in the beginning. But wait! What! It was just a dream! This week’s episode didn’t have much of action but yeah! – A lot of buildup!
Emily was all wrapped up in sheets with Daniel getting closer than before. Well this was a disturbing sex dream for ‘Ems’ and for some “It’s confession time!” with Aiden. On the other side, Victoria has a target on her back, Grayson Senior and Junior both score new acquisitions, and nobody cares about Charlotte’s birthday. We guessed that Nolan’s secretive computer program had a lot of ability to do but poor thing couldn’t do exactly what the initiative wanted with it. Let’s detail you the most elicit parts of the episode.
Victoria almost gets killed twice. Aiden is on the warpath after finding out his sister is still alive. Though she’s being held captive and forced to take drugs, the Initiative is willing to trade her life for Victoria’s. That’s like telling someone to kill James Bond. It’s just not going to happen. Why don’t they pick an easier target like Ashley or Amanda? In any case, he doesn’t take the shot, despite being perfectly positioned twice. If only Victoria knew she’d be dead if not for a curtain and Emily.
Nolan informs Emily that Padma had previously mentioned Carrion as a person. However, she now referred to it as a program. Nolan is devastated and knows that she is not on his side. Emily and Nolan conclude that the Initiative wants Carrion, because it has the ability to shut down all the power of a city the size of New York. They do not know what they would do with it, but the thought frightens both Emily and Nolan. Emily suggests that Nolan play Padma the way she has been playing him. Nolan calls Padma, asking her to look for his credit card. She finds what she believes may be Carrion and steals it. Nolan watches her on camera as she does this. Now do u realize who she is, Nolan?
Conrad bucks up this week and confronts Kenny about the bar. Kenny signs it over, but when his slightly more aggressive brother gets wind of the deal, he marches over to Grayson manor to talk shop with Conrad. He wants to own the whole dock, and Conrad is kind of cramping his style. At first Conrad resists, but then once he sees the bigger picture, he agrees it’s time to talk business. I’m so over this side story that it better result in a major payoff, because it feels like a lot of time wasted. Well Conrad owns the Stowaway, at least for now!
Daniel decides to whisk Emily off to Los Angeles to help him seal the Stonehaven deal. Ms. Carlisle doesn’t want her father’s company to be broken into pieces and sold off. Daniel promises that he wants to improve Grayson Global’s image and he has no intention of destroying the company. With Emily’s charm it appears that Daniel has the Stonehaven deal in the bag. Victoria comes to L.A. to try to stop him. Aiden is also in L.A. following Victoria. Emily meets with him and tells him to get Prosser to back out. Victoria meets with Jason Prosser and tells him that if he gets Stonehaven from Daniel then he can have her. That would be interesting. How would she explain that to Conrad? Well, she doesn’t have to worry. Emily has Nolan pull up some dirt on Mr. Prosser. By promising to buy Nolan a house no less. At dinner Daniel successfully embarrasses Jason and Ms. Carlisle goes with GG. Victoria doesn’t understand what is going on. With Emily and Prosser on her side, Daniel would’ve had no chance. Victoria meets with Prosser. He’s pissed. He feels they all played him and he’s done with them all. After Prosser leaves Victoria in a darkened park. Aiden lines up his shot. He’s stopped just before shooting by Emily. Emily tells him to convince the Initiative that this way is better. Aiden listens to Emily and stops pursuing Victoria.
The show ends with Emily arriving home to find Aiden on the porch. He does not care that the Grayson’s can see him. Helen Crowley has sent him a new video of his sister dying. The Initiative made it look like an overdose. Emily tells Aiden that he can’t believe that the video is real. He storms off, blaming her for the possible death, because she had manipulated him. Aiden is dead set on taking down the Initiative and finding out if his sister is really dead. Could it be true??
So u guys stay tuned on February 10th for the two-hour episode to find out what the real drama is!