Zoe overacting, Wade hiding his dad, Levon sulking, Joel blindly following Zoe, George pining for Tansy and Anna Beth pretending to be ok. I'm not sure why I still watch this show, its seems to replay itself in every other episode. Bring back Lemon, this format is getting stale.
Quinn definitely overstepped. Olivia isn't a client she had no business looking into her personal emails. However, unlike the rest of the gladiators Quinn didn't ask to be saved by Olivia so she continues to question Olivia's actions. I think Quinn has lost a piece of the innocent woman we saw in season one she's slowly becoming more cold and calculating. The question is when will anyone else besides Huck notice her new found dark side?
I definitely want to know more about Olivia's past. I feel like her father could of been presumed dead, B613 agents aren't allowed to have families and she was really shocked to see him in the limo. Cyrus has known Liv a long time but he doesn't seem to be aware of her link to her actual father. Liv also hinted that Cyrus is her best friend and he had been 'there since...' hinting at a major event in her life, the death of her parents maybe or just her father? I also think her dad is the reason Huck is able to live a 'normal' life without B613 hunting him down. After all there was 'no deal' made for his release even though Charlie hinted at one.
I'm thrilled, this means he survived the backlash from B613. I also love his character it will be exciting to see how he progresses in the show.
I can't wait to see what the last 5mins have to offer they have been hyped up so much.
I love this show, this was a great episode. The Seinfeld and Alanis Morisette references made it even more enjoyable. I'm undecided about Travis and Laurie because they have such a sweet friendship anything more might ruin that.
I love this show but this episode was too much Ryan was sooooo close, smh. As soon as Ryan said the nutjobs were not going to leave the house alive I knew those buggers would wriggle out of there somehow. The blonde cop was so obvious, her eagerness to help made me cringe I was just waiting for her to switch. I'm also starting to care more about poor Ryan's heart than little Joey (who for some reason still trusts the brutal Emma, I thought that kid was supposed to be smart?) - Ryan would have got a shot at Emma if Joey had kept his distance instead of following her to the car. I do hope Parker is legit, after seeing her back story I think she would be too obvious as a plant. I don't have much to say about Claire, except she's so clueless, almost as good at trusting the clearly insane people as little Joey. Now lets wait for the next chapter of Joe's prison fairytales, that should start like this: 'Their once was a nutjob named Roderick'
I loved this episode, how crazy is Cyrus??? this dude has no limits. Since Verna almost took his life I totally understand Fitz's actions. He is human, if you were alone in a room with the person who had you shot in the head what would you do?? Like Cyrus said the truth would brake him and it did, that old bag was on the outs anyway she just had to stick the knife in Fitz's back before she went. Although I do agree with the old bag about one thing, Fitz is privileged as soon as he doesn't get his own way he switches ruthlessly. He has an acid tongue, calling Liv his mistress...that was a new low for him. I still love Liv, she swims with sharks so is bound to grow some sharp teeth of her own - how else would she survive? Strip back the layers and you'll see a woman who did what she thought was right to please the man she loves. Just like James did for Cyrus, he lied under oath. I honestly don't get the Olivia hate she is not perfect, she tries to do the right thing but the show is called Scandal! As for the rest, I do feel for David Rosen, dude needs a brake ASAP, next weeks episode looks like he's in for more hassle - poor Dave. And I swear Harrison is the only level headed one, he talked the sense back into Red. Huck is always a pleasure to watch, unlike Quinn.
Another great round table :) Although it seems a little too predictable to be Hollis I can't think of anyone else. I do think Verna is hiding something, but thats probably because her story about Hollis seemed a little staged. Mellie was reckless but they have all done worse, I guess she done what she thought was right. I'm not sure about giving Huck time off he might go on a killing spree, but he'll heal in time - I hope. I pray Liv tells Quinn what she needs to know that woman is beyond irritating. Huck's torture was needed, didn't shock me in the slightest. Like Jim, Romano's severed arm toughened me up years back.
Seems like there's an event in every episode in this show. Still love it though
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