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'Revenge' preview: Emily teaches us about 'Loyalty'

After a week off, "Revenge" is back tonight and it sounds like Emily will be teaching a few of the folks on her Hamptons hit list about "Loyalty."

Here's what ABC has to say about the episode: Emily (Emily VanCamp) questions Nolan's (Gabriel Mann) loyalty when she discovers a secret of his, but eventually uses it to her advantage in her battle against Tyler (Ashton Holmes). Unfortunately, it sets in motion a chain of events that prove just how dangerous Tyler is. Meanwhile, Amanda (Margarita Levieva) makes herself more comfortable in the Hamptons as word of her presence spreads. Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) regains some power, and things get very ugly between her and Conrad (Henry Czerny).

It appears Emily's Mr. Miyagi, Satoshi Takeda (Hiroyuki Sanada), comes by to give her another lesson. And I don't think "wax on, wax off" is part of it.

"Loyalty" premieres at 9 p.m. Dec. 7 on ABC.

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