Notice anything different about Olivia Pope’s look this season on “Scandal”?
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I called it! I said Olivia Pope’s mother, Maya Lewis, was most likely still alive and in the final seconds of last night’s episode we found she was still breathing—in a maximum security prison.
With an episode titled “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie,” we all knew that we’d get a peek into how she became the manipulative First Lady she is, but we got more… More
It’s easy to hate Mellie Grant (Bellamy Young). She’s the mean-spirited Stepford First Lady who is the major personal obstacle in Olivia and Fitz’s relationship. This week’s episode of “Scandal,” “Everything’s… More
Last night’s episode of “American Horror Story: Coven” delivered as always but still left me scratching my head occasionally. Queenie, Zoe and Nan, hoping to find answers behind Madison’s disappearance, find an Ouija board in the house only to discover there’s a nefarious ghost trapped in the house.
Thursday came around quick this week, and no one could be happier than me. Highlights from tonight’s primetime line-up includes “The Real Housewives of Miami,” “Covert Affairs,” and “Scandal.”
Olivia Pope’s mother made her onscreen debut during last night’s “Scandal” episode! She appeared, as expected, during a flashback scene where she said goodbye to a then-12-year-old Liv for the last time (so, we think…LOL—it’s “Scandal.”)
If Operation Remington got any deeper, it’d be a 20-foot well in the ground. The more we find out, the more mystery remains and the more questions that arise. Here are my top 10 moments from Scandal episode 6, season 3.
This week’s “Scandal” finally introduced Olivia’s mother played by Khandi Alexander, who no one anticipated would be cast in the pivotal role. She said about three words, in a flashback…. More
It’s Thursday chicos, my favorite TV watching day all week! I can’t wait for primetime to come around so that I can kick back, relax, and watch many of my favorite shows. The DVR will be working overtime again but that’s ok, it’s the price you pay for excellent entertainment.