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OMG. So much makes sense. If that voter fraud came out, then the whole election would be called into question - and the other candidate has just murdered a man! So their "greater good" is that they are keeping Fitz in office, and the "lesser good" is that they are keeping themselves out of prison.
Oh my goodness about Abby! She has officially crossed into traitor territory. How is Olivia going to "fix" that?
Olivia seems to have something on the rest of the team; or she helped them out of jams to the point where they feel obligated to help her. But Abby seems to feel no compunction to remain loyal. She should have confronted Olivia with her questions; instead, she took them to the man who is trying to take Olivia down. I would NOT want to be her.
In the meantime, Fitz is clueless. Wow.
OH, the one thing I really loved was the little "best friend" session on Olivia's sofa with her and Cyrus whining about their day. LOVE that they were friends again.
Ha! I missed Brenda Strong, too! Yay Everwood!
I thought this was the weakest episode of the season. The case of the week was predictable and dull. The conspiracy, election fraud, was not impressive at all. All around snoozer.
@Sa'ad702, oh my god you're right. I had noticed Tom Amandes and Debra but I had completly forgotten that Brenda Strong was on Everwood. That shows all the talented actors who were on that show. Even Paul Wesley and Steven R. McQueen from TVD were on it at some point.
Didn't enjoy this episode as much as I have others. The governor was a sinister creep but that much was obvious from the get go. I much prefer the White House aspect of the show, Fitz, Cyrus, Mellie have much more interesting dynamics with each other than the OPA team do. I honestly don't think I can take one more episode of Abby, she's such an unlikeable, unsympathetic character. As for Senator Edison, what a snore. Fitz and Olivia need time apart but this dude is not the way to go. I did like that he said to her that she's not telling him no. Does she ever? Just like she couldn't tell Fitz to stop calling her. She needs a fallback at all times. Seems to be a pattern with Olivia that I'm not really liking.
Only after watching I realized that there were three Everwood alums on the show today. LOL. The best thing about a Shonda Rhimes show is how she weaves the case of the week in her shows into the story of the characters and todays was just supremely awesome. I cannot wait for next week.
Shonda killed it in both shows today. Man. I am so pumped.
Oh lord! This was the most shocking and jaw dropping episode ever. I sincerely thought that the scandal will take weeks to erupt but with a show that is so fast paced I am just wow!
I would never have thought that it involved Voter Fraud. Of course if Fitz was in office everyone in that room got something. Its perfect. Cytron developed the software and their deaths were to keep it from coming out. Hollis acted without thinking and that's how Quinn came in.
I am so glad that Abby was found out. I really hate her for questioning Olivia the way she does. I hope Olivia doesn't kill her though.
The way the governor was going on and on about those 4000 votes and blaming Olivia, I figured Olivia somehow helped doctor the election. Seems I was right. And how sociopathic was he that he felt good after taking a man's life, because he won? Love Tom Amandes, good as always. This show has soe of the best actors on television. My personal favorites are Guillermo Diaz and Jeff Perry and of course Mitchum Huntzberger!
Looks like Abby is getting Olivia in a lot of trouble...
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