A frantic and satisfying ending to the Scandal saga.
Remembering why the show became so beloved in the first place, and eventually became so frustrating.
“Standing in the Sun” sprints through 30 episodes of plot in a single, jam-packed hour.
These final episodes are focused on redeeming the idea of America itself.
The final Scandal battle is the romantics against the power-hungry pragmatists.
In Scandal, D.C. has long been a sexually treacherous boys’ club.
“Air Force Two” is a perfect representation of what Scandal has become.
Olivia Pope’s partnership with Annalise Keating isn’t just a prime-time gimmick.
Neither Scandal nor HTGAWM has been this fun in a really long time.
It’s difficult to think of another television show that’s been subsumed to this degree by an unworkable plot element.
“The People v. Olivia Pope” can’t seem to decide what story it’s trying to tell.
This final season is a lot more experimental and free-wheeling than anyone could have anticipated.
Scandal is the last show on Earth that should be trying a misdirect like this episode does.
The show is stalling for time with only hours left to wrap up its story.
Olivia Pope has officially joined the pantheon of television’s great antiheroes.
With one shocking explosion, the season jolts back to life.
All together now: Olivia Pope doesn’t need to be rescued.
The game of Monopoly makes monsters of us all.
Has there ever been a more boring episode of Scandal?
Dre is worried that his mother might be losing a step.