‘Deception’ Preview Video: Joanna & Will Fight About Julian — Watch

Wed, February 27, 2013 3:01pm EST by 4 Comments
Deception Season 1 Episode 9
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Joanna meets with Will to talk business, but their little chat quickly turns personal — and ugly!

Joanna (Meagan Good) and Will (Laz Alonso) may be working together to expose the Bowers, but in HollywoodLife.com‘s exclusive clip from the March 4 episode of Deception, they seem more like bitter enemies! Not only does Will tell Joanna to stay close to Robert (Victor Garber), even though she’s afraid the Bowers patriarch will kill her at any minute, but he also implies she’s letting her feelings for Julian (Wes Brown) cloud her judgment. Actually, it’s less of an implication and more of a straight-up accusation.

Needless to say, this sudden turn in the conversation doesn’t sit well with Joanna. After attempting — and failing — to argue back, she resorts to Plan B: telling Will to screw himself, then storming off.

Nice, Joanna. Real nice.

More ‘Deception’ Spoilers From Season 1, Episode 9

Every episode of Deception is twisted and stressful, but the March 4 installment — ominously titled “Good Luck With Your Death” — sounds particularly intense.

Not only does Robert begin to suspect that Joanna could be more than just Vivian’s childhood friends, but he enlists the help of a surprising new ally to learn the truth: Joanna’s mom, Beverly! Yes, he flies her ailing mother all the way to New York for a visit — one I’m sure no one will ever forget.

Meanwhile, Joanna discovers some “suspicious information” when she goes digging into Julian’s girlfriend’s past. Equally shocking is the discover Mia (Ella Rae Peck) makes after she agrees to donate her bone marrow to Haverstock.

Yes, folks, it’s going to be a super-dark episode; so watch our exclusive clip below, then drop a comment with your thoughts and theories: Who’s really responsible for Vivian’s murder?

— Andy Swift

More Deception on HollywoodLife.com:

  1. ‘Deception’ Video: Sofia Gives Mia A Surprise Gift
  2. ‘Deception’ Video: Joanna & Julian Play A Hot Game Of ‘Bodyguard’

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Mia Gibson

Posted at 9:53 PM on March 6, 2013  

Please Please Please Do Not cancel deception and it deserves to stay on television for more seasons and it is one of my favorite television shows and I love this show

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Posted at 5:09 PM on March 2, 2013  

TBH, I am entirely with Joanna here. Some might think that a jealous guy acting out is a cute sight, I don’t. I don’t deny being biased here since I root for Julian+Joanna but I don’t like how Will is painted as this intense man unable to act in a healthy way when it comes to emotions and feelings. I guess he’s supposed to come across as this manly no non-sense cop but he just looks like a petulant child.

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Posted at 9:21 AM on March 1, 2013  

Sweet spoiler! I enjoy watching Deception with my wife on primetime once it’s been recorded. I’m a hard core primetime junkie and since I work nights at DISH I depend on my recordings. The DISH Hopper DVR allows me to record the 4 major networks during primetime hours without having to pick and choose. I don’t tie up all the TVs anymore and it’s all done on one TV which’s awesome. I know the wife and kids are happy they can watch their shows instead of recordings all the time.

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cc alv

Posted at 8:39 PM on February 27, 2013  

I have no idea who killed Vivan. Just when I think I know, the story twists and turn. But one thing is for sure, I love Joanna and Julian. Their on screen chemistry is a big added bonus to a great show!

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