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A review of tonight's "Parks and Recreation" coming up just as soon as I want a banana made of spiders... "Parks and Rec" didn't have to open this season with a perfect episode like "London," but it sure helped, given that the previous season had started to show signs of aging. Similarly, we didn't need a great episode our first time out after the departures of Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe — especially since Ann and Chris were pretty marginal before they left — but it felt very reassuring to return from the Olympic hiatus with such a fabulous installment like "Anniversaries." It's not an episode that does anything fancy: no trips to foreign countries, no last-minute wedding ceremonies, not even a Macklin/Snakehole adventure. It's just a half hour where the stories and jokes are firing on all cylinders, and where everything neatly connects to everything else. Leslie is busy with »
- Alan Sepinwall
"Scandal" is a show that lives and dies by the jaw drop. You know what we mean, those moments that leave you barely able to catch your breath, panting, hungry for more. But not all Omg moments are made equal.
As we try to ignore our Olivia Pope withdrawals (only one month until Season 3 returns, guys!), we've put together the definitive ranking of the 12 most totally insane moments on "Scandal" so far. Pop yourself some popcorn, pour a glass of red wine and get ready. Because here we go.
12. Cyrus is revealed to be behind Amanda Tanner's death
Oh, hey Season 1 twist. Look at you being cute and trying to shock with the reveal that President Grant's (Tony Goldwyn) chief of staff Cyrus Beene (Jeff Perry) was the man behind Amanda Tanner's (guest star Liza Weil) death. And, yeah, it was shocking -- for Season 1. But we've got people eating through their wrists now. »
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