Move over, Olitz: Scandal's other awesome 'ship is getting on the drama train.
Huckleberry Quinn — the duo of Huck (Guillermo Diaz) and Quinn (Katie Lowes) — are going to hit a rough patch this season now that Quinn knows the exhilarating feeling of torturing someone.
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After Quinn lost pretty much everything in her life because of Defiance, Huck helped her to channel her anger into his Dexter-like extra-curricular activity. That way, she won't be tempted to seek vengeance on Hollis Doyle (Gregg Henry) -- a no-no for Gladiators -- and therefore will continue to wear the white hat. As Huck's protégé, Quinn now has a taste for this dark world and is becoming everything he hates about himself. How will that affect their relationship? TVGuide.com sat down with Lowes and Diaz on the set of the ABC drama to get the scoop:
Samantha Sloyan, Kerry Washington
It's Mistress-gate 2.0!
In Scandal's season premiere, Olivia Pope & Associates teamed with the White House to point the finger at an innocent White House staffer to get the heat off of Olivia (Kerry Washington). But in doing so, they've gone behind the back of their fearless leader.
"It's difficult because even though we fix problems by any means necessary...
They say all roads lead to Fitz (Tony Goldwyn), but when Scandal returns for its third season on Thursday (10/9c, ABC), all roads lead to Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington). That's because she was named as the President's mistress in the Season 2 finale. How will the professional fixer handle being the focus of a scandal? More importantly, how will Fitz and the White House deal with it? TVGuide.com hit the set of the ABC drama to get the scoop from the cast:
Tony Goldwyn, Kerry Washington
With Mistress-gate picking up steam when Scandal returns, Cyrus Beane (Jeff Perry) could be in store for another heart attack. That's because the White House will be on full damage control mode after someone outed Olivia (Kerry Washington) as Fitz's (Tony Goldwyn) mistress. (Get more scoop on that here.) How will this new scandal affect Fitz's chances of staying in the White House? TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Shonda Rhimes to get scoop on what's in store for OPA in Season 3:
Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn
Professional fixer Olivia Pope will find herself on the other side of a major, well, Scandal when ABC's hit drama returns for Season 3 this fall.
In the season finale, Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia (Kerry Washington) called it quits once again after learning of each other's misdeeds. (Remember when POTUS killed someone?) But in the closing moments of the episode, as Olivia went out for a run, she was bombarded by reporters trying to get an interview with the First Mistress. The question remains: Who leaked Olivia's name to the press?
Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Scandal's season finale. Read at your own risk!]
And we thought Scandal would have a hard time topping the intrigue of its Season 1 finale!
Thursday's season-ender put the first season's to shame with several jaw-dropping reveals, mostly coming in the episode's final moments. Before we get there, let's talk about what happened leading up to those moments...
Matt Letscher, Jeff Perry and Kerry Washington
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's penultimate episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
Are you still screaming at your television over the unmasking of the mole? Understandable!
Thursday's Scandal shocked viewers with the long-awaited reveal of the identity of the mole after OPA — Huck (Guillermo Diaz) in particular — forced Charlie (George Newbern) to give up the information. Unfortunately...
Fred Di Blasio, Lana Parrilla
Lana Parrilla is engaged to Fred Di Blasio, The Times of Israel reports.
Joshua Malina and Darby Stanchfield
The seemingly infallible Olivia Pope & Associates were wrong!
Last week on Scandal, we discovered that Osborne (Kurt Fuller), the head of the CIA, was not the mole even though someone had Jake Ballard (Scott Foley) set him up to look like the mole before killing him. Naturally, this means Olivia (Kerry Washington) and her associates were actually wrong about him being the mole, and their suspicion of him could have led to his untimely death. How will they rectify this? TVGuide.com turned to Darby Stanchfield, who plays Olivia's trusted investigator Abby Whelen, to get the scoop on what lengths OPA will go to find out who the mole really is and how that will put them in danger. Plus: Stanchfield teases the future for Abby and David...
The devil's in the building!
Hollis Doyle (Gregg Henry), the man responsible for single-handedly ruining Quinn Perkins' (Katie Lowes) life, will become an OPA client during this week's Scandal (Thursday, 10/9c, ABC). Naturally, Quinn won't be the happiest person with this decision. Will Hollis' proximity cause her to finally snap? Or will she stick to being a gladiator in a suit? TVGuide.com turned to Lowes to get the scoop: