I do not think it is a coincidence that the return of Scandal followed the vernal solstice; flowers are unfurling, ice is melting, and Olivia Pope spun the color wheel and did not choose a variation on white . Three weeks is two weeks too long for this sh more
Is it just me or does Fitz needs to put on his big-boy britches and move the hell on?
After damn near a month, Scandal finally made its way back to our TV screens, and while the pace of the episode was even enough to give us a breather from the last ro more
I really don’t even know where to begin with this episode of Scandal. There’s always a lot going on with this show, but it seemed like things were moving at an even greater breakneck pace than usual. There was obviously no shortage of drama (this is Scand more
It's been exactly a month since we last saw Olivia and the gang on our televisions -- and it sure feels like it in "Top of the Hour." There is a disconnect, like the show is off their game. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/scandal/scandal-rec more
No matter the case or current event, it always comes back to Olivia and Fitz. In " Top of the Hour " Olivia found herself as the opposing counsel in a scandal involving the latest Supreme Court nominee Murray Randall, who Fitz had personally vetted.
HitFix's Liane Bonin Starr asks whether Olivia and Fitz are as ruined as they claim to be in the latest episode of "Scandal. Read More..." http://www.hitfix.com/starr-raving/scandal-are-olivia-and-fitz-really-ruined more
President Grant makes an attempt to rescue the Kashfari hostages; Olivia takes the side of a Supreme Court nominee's mistress. Read More... http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/scandal-season-2-episode-16/ more
The biggest scandal for Fitz wasn't his affair with Olivia. It wasn't his back room dealings to get rid of a girl claiming she was pregnant with his baby. It was the day he found out Olivia didn't believe in him. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeas more