"There’s a lot of fantastically interesting talk that’s been going on, mainly cause I think people are having a hard time letting go."
Krysta Montoya figured out a clever way to prove people wrong with a little help from Shonda Rhimes.
It's handled – "Scandal" and "How to Get Away With Murder" are crossing over.
Someone’s been reading our dream journal.
All your faves are returning for the 300th episode ... sort of.
Tales from the "Scandal" writing room.
Olivia's colleagues are happy to work just as hard as she does She manages all this, firstly, with her startlingly plump
So what's the big deal, why do I and why should you care so much? Well to be honest, I can't go into much detail because I don't want to spoil even the smallest thing. Scandal was recommended to myself when just two episodes had aired.
It is so important to put your action plans into action otherwise they are just words on a piece of paper that will never materialise. We so often navel gaze and Shonda is right that the lint in our navels gets embarrassed for us! She goes on to impart a three point lesson.
Another remarkable thing about Scandal is its black female middle class protagonist. In light of the more culturally diverse UK according to the recent census, it left me wondering, whether this could ever be the case for a British drama?