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The Awkward-ness will continue over on MTV.
The cabler on Tuesday ordered 10 additional episodes of the hit comedy’s fourth season, which has yet to begin production. This brings its upcoming run to a total of 20 installments.
Related | MTV Renews Teen Wolf for Season 4
The second half of Awkward Season 3 is currently airing Tuesdays at 10:30/9:30c.
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- Megan Masters
If it’s been too long since you’ve seen a hot kiss between Scandal’s Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia (Kerry Washington), you’re welcome: We’ve got exclusive video of a deleted scene that includes one from the extras on the season 2 DVD, which is out today. You might recall the election night lip-lock from the montage played in the explosive episode ”Nobody Likes Babies,” when, Spoiler Alert, dying Verna (Debra Mooney) explained to Olivia why she’d hired an assassin to shoot Fitz.
The clip is an example of why Scandal, in some fans’ eyes, has finally »
- Mandi Bierly
The May 2 episode of "Scandal," titled "A Woman Scorned," gave new meaning to the words "game-changer" -- not only did we witness Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) choosing his relationship with Olivia (Kerry Washington) over his marriage to Mellie (Bellamy Young), but in retaliation, Mellie went live on national television to reveal that her husband was having an affair.
So where do our troubled characters go from here? In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, creator Shonda Rhimes admitted, "Fitz's declaration also changed the fabric of the show as well. Everything is turned on its end at the end of Thursday's episode. And next week, nothing is the same."
Still, Olivia challenged Fitz to "earn" her in Thursday's episode, and his decision to sit and watch her watch him as the clock on Mellie's ultimatum ran out certainly seemed to put the dysfunctional couple back on the same page -- but can »
- Laura Prudom
"Scandal" has piled on the plot twists so fast and thick in its short lifespan that finding out who tried to kill Fitz, and his reaction to it, in Thursday's (Feb. 7) episode, felt like just another "whoa" moment in a show that lives for them.
The way some of "Scandal's" characters are shaping up, though, is cause for concern.
It was Supreme Court Justice Verna (Debra Mooney)? Because she was so wracked with guilt about being complicit in the election rigging and fearful of being exposed before she dies? Ok, sure. And Fitz (Tony Goldwyn), upon hearing her confession, takes away her oxygen mask and pins her down until she codes? Well, you would have hoped for better from Fitz, but he doesn't want to lose his presidency.
The breakneck pace at which "Scandal" steers through its sharp plot turns is one of the things that makes »
4 items from 2013
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