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When ABC's Scandal closes its third chapter Thursday, the fast-paced political drama will have to trump the father of all season finales. During the closing moments of the Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers'D.C. fixer series' second season finale, Rowan (Joe Morton) -- then Command of black ops group B613 -- was revealed to be the father Gladiator extraordinaire Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington). Photos: On-Set With the Gladiators: Inside the Fast-Paced World of ABC's 'Scandal' This season, President Fitzgerald Grant's (Tony Goldwyn) re-election campaign is hanging by a thread. Vice president and Fitz's chief opposition Sally Langston (Kate
- Lesley Goldberg
In Hollywood, it's hard to keep your day-to-day life private, let alone a big event, but these 38 celebrity couples managed to pull off the ultimate trick: keeping their weddings secret. From small elopements to elaborate yet hidden ceremonies, stars from Kerry Washington to Gwyneth Paltrow all exchanged vows without being caught. The latest couple to keep their wedding hush-hush was Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas, the expecting Once Upon a Time costars who had a secret wedding in April 2014. Keep reading for more stealth celebs, then take a cue from them for your own elopement, focusing on amazing photos, unique clothing, and perfect timing. - Additional reporting by Tara Block View Slideshow › »
- Alyse Whitney
Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie fuel reconciliation rumors - HuffPost Celebrity Brandy splits from fiancé Ryan Press - Us Weekly Alexa Ray Joel faints on stage at NYC concert - Et Michael Strahan officially joins Good Morning America - People Rihanna and Drake take the next step in their relationship - Lainey Gossip See all of Vanessa Hudgens's Coachella moments through the years - BuzzFeed Has Selena Gomez officially replaced Taylor Swift? - Gossip Girl An Office spinoff may be coming to Netflix - Hollywood Reporter Find out about Zac Efron's MTV Movie Awards date - TooFab How is Scandal hiding Kerry Washington's baby bump? - Wonderwall Relive these huge celebrity failures - Cracked Will you buy Kristen Wiig's latest? - Rotten Tomatoes Source: Getty / Michael Tran »
- Alyse Whitney
We here at E! Online are clearly obsessed with two things: Scandal and baby bumps, so obviously we've never been as fascinated by anything as we are with the way that Scandal has dealt with Kerry Washington's ever-growing belly. Not only is this the week of the Scandal season three finale, but Kerry Washington might have her baby at any time, so it feels like the perfect opportunity to celebrate all of the magnificent ways that Scandal has attempted to make Olivia Pope not look pregnant, complete with screenshots. And don't you worry. We ranked them, too. We did not bother to document any time she sat behind a desk or at a dinner table, because that would take hours and all of the bandwidth the Internet »
var brightcovevideoid = '3468708962001'; Spoiler Alert: If you're a Scandal purist and want to wait for Thursday's explosive finale before hearing any of the sudsy details, read no further. But if you ship Huckleberry Quinn, grab your gladiator gear and suit up for this exclusive sneak peek. Last week's episode left Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) and her team with a ticking time bomb. Still, the real shocker came courtesy of Quinn (Katie Lowes) and Huck (Guillermo Diaz), who hooked up in a parking garage and proved disposing of bodies can be pretty steamy. Unfortunately, their passionate reunion meant Olivia's terrorist »
- Michele Corriston
Perhaps Seth Rogen’s latest Saturday Night Live episode wasn’t especially inspired: it opened with the requisite weed jokes, made fun of his oft-imitated laugh, and leaned on some unnecessary celebrity cameos. But if you love Rogen’s slacker comedy, maybe that was exactly what you tuned in for. At least he didn’t tap dance or juggle torches to prove that he’s not just a funny guy.
Voters in our ongoing third annual Mr. Saturday Night contest will have to decide whether Rogen played it too safe for a guy who was hosting for the third time, »
- Jeff Labrecque
It’s almost five years to the day that Seth Rogen last hosted “Saturday Night Live.” (Somewhat amusingly, his “Neighbors” co-star Zac Efron hosted the very next week.) Meanwhile, over the last five episodes, “SNL” itself has survived a rather rocky start to the post-Seth Meyers Era with a string of solid albeit non-classic episodes after the Jim Parsons-hosted debacle. Heading into its final break of the season, it will be interesting to see if the show ends on an upswing or downswing heading into the final stretch of this flawed yet fascinating season. As always, I’ll be liveblogging, assigning grades to each segment. As always, those grades are designed in a lab to make the maximum number of people on the internet angry. They couldn’t possibly be an inherently imperfect way for one person to sum up his or her thoughts about a sketch comedy show in real time. »
- Ryan McGee
Next Thursday, April 17, Jimmy Kimmel Live will air a special Scandal-themed episode entitled, Jimmy Kimmel Live: Behind the Scandalabra, following the highly anticipated season three finale. Kimmel will take fans "Behind the Scandalabra," featuring an on-set exclusive interview with the show's creator, Shonda Rhimes, asking questions all Gladiators want answers to, along with special appearances and insider secrets from Scandal cast members. The episode will also feature a never-before-seen Scandal blooper reel and the full anthology of Kimmel's Spanish-language spinoff of the hit show, Escandalo. Throughout this season of Scandal, Jimmy Kimmel Live brought fans "Scandal Thursdays," featuring guests from the series, including Kerry Washington, Columbus Short, Guillermo Diaz, Darby Stanchfield, Katie Lowes, Tony Goldwyn, Jeff Perry, Bellamy Young, Joshua Malina and Scott Foley. Jimmy Kimmel Live airs every weeknight (11:35 p.m.-12:37 a.m., Et). Enjoy...
- Tambay A. Obenson
Directed by Debbie Allen
Airs Thursdays at 10pm Est on ABC
On this week’s Scandal, Olivia and Co. attempt to protect the president, Jake copes with the death of B613, Mellie seeks a paternity test, and Mama Pope hides a bomb.
Remember when Pope and Associates used to handle actual cases that weren’t necessarily relevant to their personal lives? Each week a new crisis came to Olivia’s doorstep, and the team pulled together to handle it–sadly, that team spirit’s been missing for most of this season.
So, in a move that’s possibly too little too late for this season, “Flesh and Blood” pulls practically the entire cast into Liv’s place of business and puts them all to work. Just like that, the fresh and fun flow of the show’s first two seasons briefly returns, »
- Ashley Laggan
The episode will feature a never-before-seen blooper reel and the full anthology of Kimmel’s Spanish-language spinoff of the show, “Escandalo.”
“Scandal Thursdays” were featured on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” throughout the season with guest appearances from series stars including Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn, Bellamy Young, Joshua Malina and Scott Foley.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live: Behind the Scandalabra” will air April 17 on ABC.
- Nikara Johns
We open moments after where we left off, with Jake (Scott Foley) letting go of Olivia (Kerry Washington) long enough for her to gurgle out the word, “treason,” of which he is accusing her for bringing down B613.
The two bicker a bit, just in time for Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Cyrus (Jeff Perry) to come in and hear Jake talk about how Liv boinked him just to hack his phone. Hilariously, Jake himself observes how he was meant to be the protector of the free world and lost it all over a good lay, thereby acknowledging even to himself that he is in fact a complete imbecile and the worst Command ever.
They all quickly realize that even though they have an image of the guy Mama Pope was buying bombs from they know nothing about him. So they call in the one man who can help …
… and we »
- Steven Frank
This story first appeared in the April 18 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. PBS, Tom Brokaw and … Scandal? The soapy ABC political thriller was a surprise among the 46 winners of the prestigious Peabody Award revealed April 2 by the University of Georgia. The series, starring Kerry Washington and inspired by the life of Washington fixer Judy Smith, was called "part West Wing and part Dynasty" by the awards committee, referring to its storylines involving election rigging, assassination attempts and adulterous affairs by both the U.S. president and first lady. Story: 'Scandal's' Tony Goldwyn Defends Fitz, Warns 'None
- Lesley Goldberg
In this dramatic finale, Kimmel interrupts a conversation between Kerry Washington and Guillermo Rodriguez to point a gun at Rodriguez’s head — only for a chupacabra to run up behind the unsuspecting Kimmel and attack him. Afterwards, Washington and Rodriguez reflect on how weird the whole chupacabra thing was. As it turns out, it wasn’t actually a chupacabra — because apparently, even Escandalo has its limits.
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- Ariana Bacle
Command Returns To Pope & Associates
We begin with Jake (Scott Foley), Liv (Kerry Washington), Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Cyrus (Jeff Perry) having a heated discussion in her office while Huck (Guillermo Díaz), Abby (Darby Stanchfield), David (Joshua Malina) and Harrison (Columbus Short) try to listen in from the next room, kept there by one of Fitz’s secret service men. Jake is furious that Liv just destroyed B-613, and both Fitz and Cyrus are uncomfortable with having B-613 yanked out of power, especially in light of the revelation that Maya is planning on blowing up the President. Jake shares whatever intel on the plot he has, but it isn’t much. What he does have is video of the man who sold Maya (Khandi Alexander) the bomb, »
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday night's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
Scandal plans to end its third season with a bang — literally.
After Opa dismantled B613 just as Maya Pope's (Khandi Alexander) assassination plot came together, Potus & Co. are forced to work with the enemy during Thursday's episode, calling in former B613 command Rowan (Joe Morton) for help. Of course, Jake (Scott Foley) is pissed and tells Olivia (Kerry Washington) that she's making a big mistake. For once, he was...
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- Natalie Abrams
“It was definitely a whole new area for Abby,” says the actress. “Her résumé is growing in the last few episodes.” As it will continue to do. This week, she will hopefully add “explosion stopper” to her list of skills, as a bomb in the hands of Maya Pope threatens to go kaboom on top of the president of the United States (Tony Goldwyn).
In the Q&A below, Stanchfield »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Today on Popsugar Live!, the spotlight is on Kate Moss, who just turned 40. We're taking a closer look at the iconic supermodel's Topshop collection and recent magazine covers. We're also bringing you the best of the worst reality shows on The Buzz, sharing Kerry Washington's favorite workouts, and catching up with Nate Berkus in studio about his upcoming wedding plans. All that, plus today's biggest celebrity headlines when you click play! »
- Matthew Rodrigues
Natalie Abrams offers up major scoop on upcoming episodes for many television shows. She starts with "Scandal" and says to expect an "explosive" season finale that takes place on Election Day. Maya (Khandi Alexander) plans to target the president (Tony Goldwyn), and the lives of many regulars (including Kerry Washington) could be in jeopardy. Other shows with teasers and spoilers are "Mad Men," "The Blacklist," "Hannibal," "Nashville," "The Vampire Diaries," and "Grey's Anatomy." TV Guide. -Break- Looking for a new batch of creative comedies, NBC is inviting aspiring comedy writers to submit their ideas for network and digital shows. Starting May 1, submissions will be accepted online to find 10 finalists who will learn the process from pitch to broadcast. Two will win slots on the network for summer of 2015. One will have their idea produced as a digital program. Famou »
Hollywood is getting ready for another round of tiny tots with plenty of stars who are expecting! Some, like Kerry Washington and Olivia Wilde, are getting ready to be moms for the first time, while others, like Drew Barrymore and Kristin Cavallari, are adding to their families. Scroll through to see all the pregnant ladies - and check out how celebrities have announced their pregnancies over the years. View Slideshow › »
- Lauren Turner
We are thrilled to have another glowing, pregnancy celeb to spy on, style wise. Mila Kunis arrives on the baby-on-board scene just as Drew Barrymore and Kerry Washington are ready to exit as they arrive closer to their due dates, which is perfect timing as far as we fashion-lovers are concerned. So far the Jupiter Ascending star seems to be inspied by Drew's laid-back, hippie approach with a little of fellow mom-to-be Gwen Stefani's black-and-white obsession mixed in to the look. The Blood Ties actress' black jersey skirt is as comfy as it gets, but a chic color-blocked top gives it a little more of a dressed-up vibe. Mila keeps things casual with that cute, cropped black jacket and protects her little one »
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