Monday, August 31, 2015

VIDEO: See the 'Scandal' super blooper reel

Olivia Pope isn't perfect - and this clip proves it

VIDEO: See the ‘Scandal’ super blooper reel

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Wow, did you see Thursday night’s season finale of Scandal? Insane, right? Like five seasons of plot jammed into one hell-for-leather hour.

If you didn’t watch it, and don’t want to know what happened, go right to the blooper reel (below) that Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes brought on Jimmy Kimmel Live after her show imploded, um, ended.

Just us now? OK, anytime your opening act is a bomb blowing up a funeral service at a church, you know it’s going to be a wild episode. But how wild? The First Kid keels over dead on stage. Fitz somehow gets reelected. Olivia quits and flies off with Jake. Rowan and Maya, Olivia’s parents, are crazier and far more powerful than we ever dreamed. I mean, look who’s running B613! This is nuts.

And then it was time for this very amusing blooper fest. My favorite mess-ups: Mellie (Bellamy Young) and David (Josh Molina). Can’t wait for next season.

 

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