Even in death, leave it to Victoria Grayson to have the last word.
In case you missed it (spoiler alert!), Revenge's wicked witch of the Hamptons really is dead, and it's safe to say the ABC drama will never be the same.
And in Sunday's episode, fittingly titled "Aftermath," the fallout from Victoria's (Madeleine Stowe) bold decision to blow up Grayson Manor while she was still inside begins, and we have your exclusive first look at the literal and metaphorical damage.
In the sneak peek above, Amanda/Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Nolan (Gabriel Mann) survey the damage of Grayson Manor...just as Margaux (Karine Vanasse) and Louise (Elena Satine) find Victoria's suicide letter.
So what did Victoria write in her heartbreaking goodbye to Margaux? Press play on the exclusive clip above to find out, and to see Emily learn it was Victoria who burned down her house.
And for fans still waffling whether or not Victoria actually died in the blast, Madeleine Stowe confirmed her iconic on-screen villain's demise to E! News, telling us she'll only appear in "flashbacks" in the remaining episodes of season four, and will not return in season five, if ABC decides to renew the drama. "This is my last season," she said. "I think that it's still up in the air for the rest of the castmembers."
As for how Victoria's shocking death will impact the end of the season and, more specifically, Amanda Clarke, Stowe teased, "I can't give away the ending because I think it's going to be bittersweet, but I can tell you this: these woman are always going to be tied together."
Revenge airs Sundays at 10 p.m. on ABC.