Scandal After Show S4:E7 “Baby Made a Mess”

Welcome to the Scandal After Show Season 4 Episode 7 “Baby Made a Mess”! Abby’s ex-husband, Charles “Chip” Putney, is nominated for Virginia’s U.S. Senator. Olivia tries her best to avoid Chip getting elected, in which she takes over the campaign for Susan Ross, the other nomination to become senator, after seeing how devastated Abby is by Chip’s presence. Abby confronts her ex-husband, which makes her tell the truth about her marriage to Leo Bergen, who ruins Chip’s campaign. Olivia visits Tom Larsen in jail, in hope of getting the truth about Jerry’s murder. However, due to Tom’s obsession to her looks, Olivia must go to extreme measures to get the truth, which she does, leading Fitz to release Jake. Cyrus tests Michael to see if he leaks information Cy tells him. Huck continues to play with Javi, which ends with Javi tracking down Huck to the office. Quinn faces problems when Catherine’s husband kills himself after she confronts him.

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theStream.tv Fan Show Network presents the Scandal After Show. Tune in each week, live or on demand, for the review and conversation of the Shonda Rhimes hit ABC television series. Scandal debuted on ABC on April 5th, 2012 and focuses on Olivia Pope’s crisis management firm, Olivia Pope & Associates, in Washington DC. The staff of Olivia Pope & Associates started off with Harrison Wright, Abby Whelan, Huck, and Quinn Perkins. In the midst of all the Scandals, Olivia Pope has the biggest scandal of them all, her affair with the President of the United States, President Fitzgerald, aka Fitz, played by Tony Goldwyn (Ghost). Before Scandal, Shonda Rhimes was at the helm of the popular medical drama Grey’s Anatomy, and it’s spin-off Private Practice. After three successful seasons of Scandal, ABC announced Shonda Rhimes new legal drama, How to Get Away with Murder, which follows Scandal on Thursday nights as part of their #TGIT line-up. In the series, Oscar Nominated Actress Viola Davis (The Help) plays Annalise Keating who is a Criminal Defense Professor to a group of ambitious law students. Scandal, now on it’s fourth season, stars Kerry Washington (Django) as Olivia Pope, Darby Stanchfield (NCIS) as Abby Whelan, Katie Lowes (Big Hero 6) as Quinn Perkins, Tony Goldwyn (Divergent) as President Fitz, Jeff Perry (Wild Things) as Cryus Beene, Guillermo Díaz (Weeds) as Huck, Bellamy Young (Criminal Minds) as Mellie Grant , and Joshua Malina (In Plain Sight) as David Rosen. Kerry Washington’s character, Olivia Pope, is partially based on former George H.W. Bush administration press aide Judy Smith, who serves as a co-executive producer. Don’t miss this new season’s ‘scandals’ every Thursday night on ABC. If you’re a fan of the show then tune in each week for the live after show. #ScandalAS

 

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