Scandal's stray dog Huck (Guillermo Diaz) is trying to go home again.
During season four's midseason finale, OPA's biggest weapon handed over incriminating B613 files to his estranged wife, Kim (Jasika Nicole), in a bid to prove to her that he's not crazy and part of an exclusive black-ops group that took his family away from him.
On ABC's Scandal, Olivia Pope & Associates has been more like Quinn Perkins & Associates since the former has been focused on juggling two men and hunting down her father, the head of black-ops group B613. In her place, Katie Lowes' Quinn — the youngest of all the so-called Gladiators — has seemingly been the only one keeping the lights on at the company of fixers.
Ever wonder what ABC's Scandal would look like as a comedy series? Look no further.
The fine folks at Fake Out TV have cut together footage of Shonda Rhimes' political thriller as if it were a sitcom — complete with an awkward laugh track and opening credits set to the theme of The Greatest American Hero.
"Against me, you will lose." Scandal's Rowan Pope really laid down quite a challenge with his daughter, Olivia.
Scandal viewers seem poised to find out if Command — aka Joe Morton's Rowan Pope — can really be taken down when Olivia (Kerry Washington) teams with Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and ex-B613 agent Jake (Scott Foley) to topple the man responsible for killing the president's eldest son.
Why would Scandal's president of the free world trust the most dangerous man in the country? That's one of the central questions lingering for many diehard Gladiators after Scandal's Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) believed Rowan Pope (Joe Morton) when the head of black ops group B613 told the president that his former Army buddy was responsible for the death of his son, Jerry Jr.