Unfortunately for America, there are still several incredulous citizens who refuse to believe that the Confederate flag represents an evil practice the country had to shed blood to defeat.
Okay, so last night’s (Feb. 12) episode of Scandal was a little on the awkward side. We have Olivia Pope, the sole Black woman in Washington D.C. apparently — besides her mother — held captive by a trigger-happy White guys only to be sold to the highest bidder.
Scandal is back from winter break and the first episode was one hell of a ride? Talk about twists and turns.
Given the tumultuous year Columbus Short has had, an outside outlier just had to be attributed for his erratic behavior. The world lost count on how many times he had run-ins with the law this year and his domestic violence allegations did him no favors all the same.
Somebody made Olivia Pope think that she’s smarter at playing the game than her father, thankfully he set her straight with the quickness. On last night’s (Nov. 14) episode of Scandal, Liv and Fitz hatch a plan to get Jake out of custody and get her father arrested.
An former president’s assassination made Olivia Pope fall for the oakie doke on last night’s (Oct. 31) episode for Scandal. For a woman who’s so smart, she’s pretty gullible.
The women around President Fitzgerald Grant are in a state of disarray. On last night’s (Oct. 17) episode of Scandal, his wife is still mourning the loss of their dead son, he can’t stop thinking about Olivia Pope, and his daughter doesn’t know the meaning of TMI.
Where’s Olivia Pope when you need her? Right before the newest season of Scandal premiered on Thursday Sept. 25, former actor Columbus Short debuted a new single called, “Gladiator.”
Take this as a final statement from Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes: Columbus Short will not be replaced. This of course means that Short’s character, Harrison Wright, was likely killed in the season finale (or maybe he’ll be written out in some other fashion).