Olivia Pope was shown getting an abortion in last year’s Scandal winter finale. Maybe President Fitz got her pregnant or maybe not. And maybe he’ll find out about it, but Shonda Rhimes’ thinking is: “Does he have to?”
A 20-year-old Iowa college student and real-life gladiator called 911 in the wee hours of Friday morning to report that a) she is Olivia Pope, b) she saw Cyrus Beene, a character on Scandal, outside a bar, and c) there is a bomb headed straight for the White House.
The hashtag for tonight’s episode is #WhatIsFoxtail? So what is it? If Olivia doesn’t find out, she’s going to bust a cap in someone’s ass (metaphorically). I’m here for it.
Olivia and (most of) the gang are back for this week’s Scandal episode entitled “Lady Sings The Blues” where they’re still angling to take down B613. Meanwhile Mellie is on the defensive against Sally as she climbs the grizzly ladder toward the presidency and Jake is lying down for a long, long, long time.
While you've been working or otherwise occupied with the humdrum of your day-to-day, Rihanna's been in Washington, D.C., probably having a better time than most of us will experience in our entire lives.
The Scandal collection for The Limited will finally be in stores and online on September 23rd. The collaboration was announced back in June and everyday I've been wondering WHEN DO I GET TO SEE THOSE DAMN CLOTHES ALREADY? (I am a millennial.)
We've been blessed with cryptic Scandal teasers to analyze between now and September 25th. Lord knows that Shonda Rhimes loves a hashtagable tagline and this time around we're getting Where On Earth Is Olivia Pope?
With all of the Scandal commercials lately, you’d think the show was returning this week but no. Olivia Pope and her gladiators won’t come back until September for their fourth season though creator Shonda Rhimes did reveal some teasers for next season.
The Limited and Scandal have teamed up to launch a 42-piece collection inspired by Olivia Pope's on-air looks from the hit ABC drama.
Last night's episode was titled "We Do Not Touch the First Ladies," but someone did touch the FLOTUS. Someone touched her a lot.
Well, Olivia Pope and her band of merrymakers returned to us last night, and as usual, the episode was twisty-turny, complicated and fast-paced. Let's do a quick review, shall we?
Scandal is back tonight, so what better way to prepare than to watch this amazing supercut of characters saying Olivia Pope. It's mesmerizing and not unlike watching an episode of the show itself.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have just started watching Scandal, according to The Atlantic's Robinson Meyer. The President argues that it is not realistic: "[The White House] is not that exciting," he insists; staffers "don't have enough time to engage in too much scandalous behavior."
As usual, the last three minutes of this episode were jaw-dropping, tense and insane. But so were the first three minutes.
In a fantastic interview with NPR's Renee Montagne, Shonda Rhimes discussed what's to come on Scandal — but also went back to the beginning of her television legacy. Rhimes said she thinks female characters on television don't have to be likable anymore and reveals that when Grey's Anatomy first started, ABC…
Every Thursday night, we gird our loins for the new episode of Scandal. But ladies, I have to say, I’m worried about Olivia Pope. If it isn’t obvious that her romance with President Fitz Grant is unhealthy by now, drop those rose-colored Shonda Rhimes glasses and let’s walk into the light together, eh?
Last night on Scandal: Slut-shaming, lying, spying, confessing and cockblocking. The usual!
Once again this week, even though we're used to seeing Olivia Pope kick ass, another character stole the show.