[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
The President of the United States is...
Olivia Pope is known for covering up all sorts of secrets, but what will she do when faced with the possibility that her own deepest, darkest secret will come out?
Scandal Postmortem: What's next for Fitz? Tony Goldwyn speaks!
This week's Scandal, titled "A Criminal, a Whore, an Idiot and a Liar" — you'll love who that's referring to — will put Olivia (Kerry Washington) in that position when Edison (Norm Lewis) accuses her of having an affair with (gasp!) the President of the United States (Tony Goldwyn). How will Olivia react? Check out a sneak peek at Edison's accusation below and hit the comments with your thoughts on how Olivia can weasel her way out of this one!
"A simple moniker for a complicated monster." That's how a rattled Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) describes "M.," his nemesis from across the pond, whose bloody M.O. is on display in a New York crime scene that threatens to send the genius sleuth off the deep end into rogue vigilantism in a first-rate and pivotal episode of CBS' enjoyable Elementary (10/9c). Even an amateur Sherlock-ian knows what that "M." stands for and signifies: "The greatest puzzle you'll ever come across," taunts an adversary.
Do not miss the next three episodes of Scandal.
That's the message executive producer Betsy Beers conveyed following the reveal that Scandal's secret cabal of five — Olivia (Kerry Washington), Cyrus (Jeff Perry), Mellie (Belamy Young), Verna (Debra Mooney) and Hollis (Gregg Henry) — may have rigged the election that put Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) into power. The explosion that nearly got Quinn Perkins (Katie Lowes) the death penalty? A way to cover it all up... apparently. Below, Beers dishes on what's in store for the five and how they'll handle their David Rosen (Joshua Malina) and Abby Whelan (Darby Stanchfield) problem. Get the scoop: