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Stuff I Shout at the TV: Trying (and failing) to make sense of this week’s ‘Scandal’
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Some important stuff happened in last week’s episode of “Scandal,” “Ride, Sally, Ride.” Jake Ballard started his run as the new head of super-spy agency B-613. President Fitzgerald Grant chose a vice presidential running mate for his campaign — his former lieutenant governor Andrew Guy-Who-They-Never-Gave-A-Last-Name — who it turns out also had a thing with the president’s wife, Mellie. And Harrison Wright finally came face-to-face with a woman he was worried would kill him and … had sex with her. Which I know sounds ridiculous, but you have to understand, this woman is hot and foreign so it actually makes total sense. Also, Harrison, despite being one of the best-looking characters on the show, never gets laid. Ever. So, this is also one of those beggars and choosers things.

But that’s how “Scandal” works. Sometimes ridiculous stuff happens. And last night’s episode, “We Do Not Touch the First Ladies,” followed suit. Here’s a few things it left me shouting at the television. More

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Stuff I Shout at the TV: ‘Scandal,’ ‘A Door Marked Exit’
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Last night’s episode of “Scandal” (“A Door Marked Exit”) was a masterpiece. It was exciting, it was human, it was well-edited, it was even well-titled. I know well-titled might not seem impressive, but the previous week’s episode was called “YOLO.” Trust me, it’s impressive. It was the kind of episode that made me regret the fact that my job is to write snarky comments about the show. More

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Stuff I Shout at the TV: ‘Scandal’ Dec. 5 episode, ‘YOLO’
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Stuff I Shout at the TV is a column about the things that drive me nuts on shows that I watch — and “Scandal” is the perfect fit. It’s the kind of television series where people get their teeth ripped out one minute and then a few scenes later, make-out like it’s no big deal. It’s full of moments that are crazy and absurd, and it’s fun because it’s crazy and absurd. Aside from saying “ow” a bunch of times, here are a few more things last night’s episode (yes, it’s titled “YOLO”) made me shout at the TV. More