Follow GawkerMA and read more about it here. Considering that every other scene of the show is a dramatic monologue, we've seen relatively few blow-ups between the president's wife and his mistress. Mellie is slowly coming out of her grief haze, and if anything can shock her to action, it's the presence of Olivia on her side of the playground, followed by the realization of her recast daughter's inner turmoil. As for Fitz, well, even the most Fitz-centric, Fitz-sympathetic episode of the season still leaves our boy a smoldering douche. Last season ended with Olivia calling herself the eye of the hurricane of all DC scandals, but this honor might actually belong to Tom. Considering that he is the man who killed her lover's son not to mention Harrison on orders of her father, Tom might just be the busiest and most underwritten character in all of Shondaland. Of course, with Olivia Pope being back in the White House, it is only a matter of time before Bathrobe Mellie not to be confused with "Smelly Mellie," term that her husband coins during the episode barges in demanding answers.
Adalyn. Age: 28.
It's the type of scandal that Scandal thrives on: frenetic, juicy, and with enough technobabble to limit Huck to the role of stoic, background hacker.
Gianna. Age: 30.
How to Actually Do the "Eiffel Tower" Sex Position
In a multitude of permutations of all three, in fact. Follow GawkerMA and read more about it here. This is reaching 'Kalinda's Husband' levels, people. It's the sort of weirdly specific sex move that frat guys lie about for bragging rights, up there with the "blumpkin.