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November 14, 2013 @ 11:42 pm
Darby Stanchfield as Abby in Scandal - “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie” (Ep. 307).   
Abby’s Top:Joie “Daryn” Silk Honeycomb $248 $148.80 here | Saks.
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November 14, 2013 @ 11:42 pm

Darby Stanchfield as Abby in Scandal - “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie” (Ep. 307).   

Abby’s Top:
Joie “Daryn” Silk Honeycomb $248 $148.80 here | Saks.

More Scandal style here. More outfits from Ep. 307 here.

Source: ABC / Shopbop

P.S. Updates on PINTEREST.

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November 14, 2013 @ 11:08 pm
Bellamy Young as Mellie in Scandal - “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie” (Ep. 307).  
Mellie’s Dress:Dolce & Gabbana Floral Stretch Cotton Dress $945 here | Saks.
More Scandal style here. More outfits from Ep. 307 here.
Source: ABC / FarFetch / Lyn Paolo @lynpaolo
P.S. Updates on PINTEREST.

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November 14, 2013 @ 11:08 pm

Bellamy Young as Mellie in Scandal - “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie” (Ep. 307).  

Mellie’s Dress:
Dolce & Gabbana Floral Stretch Cotton Dress $945 here | Saks.

More Scandal style here. More outfits from Ep. 307 here.

Source: ABC / FarFetch / Lyn Paolo @lynpaolo

P.S. Updates on PINTEREST.

Back in the present, Mellie is fuming over the president’s absence during a scheduled play date with their baby. Where is Fitz? Having a secret parking-garage meeting with Rowan. The president puts his career on the line to assure Olivia’s safety (little does he know, he’s asking her own father not to kill her). “Do you understand?” he asks, to which Rowan eerily responds, “How you could put one woman above everything? No, I can never understand that.”

EW Recap of Scandal Episode 307 Deleted Scene?

I’ve gotten several messages since Friday about this scene that is included in the EW.com recap of “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie”.  I don’t recall it airing live, but it appears to have been in the advance screeners that went to the media.

Honestly, I refuse to go back and watch this episode again to confirm it wasn’t in the aired version, but I’ll post it since it is an interesting scene between Rowan and Fitz.  I’m sure the Scandalgraphic memories of the fandom will clarify whether it aired live or not.

Apparently Papa Pope really does have just 99 problems.

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Grrrrr!!! Really, editors? Really? Sigh…

I can’t even begin to think about how removal of this scene would be revealing too much down the line. It would’ve just shown that Fitz’s crazy behind is all about Olivia’s safety. Maybe this juxtaposed against the Grants flashback felt weird? Ugh!!!

So THAT’S where Fitz had gone when Mellie came looking for him with the cameras and Baby Teddy. I wondered where he had disappeared to. I hadn’t even remembered to think about it during the course of the rest of the episode.

Fitz, you’re doing too much, but I love you for it and I’m totally here for you!! Unfortunately this scene isn’t canon. Why, editors? Why?!?!

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Curious why you think Fitz is doing to much? He loves Liv, so of course he wants her safe. He also went beyond the call of duty to save Jake’s life by putting one of agents on him. Seems to me he’s doing the right thing to protect people he care about from a very dangerous man like Rowan.

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I always say that I think Fitz is going too much when it comes to Olivia, though I may be a bit dramatic with it. [I blame litnerdlovestv because this is her favorite phrase to use when talking about Olitz…lol]

But anyway, when Tony stated in that interview (can’t remember which one) that Fitz thus far this season is all about saving, protecting and loving Olivia, he wasn’t kidding! This man is doing everything short of offering to protect her himself to ensure that no harm befalls her. He’s got her watched, he’s defending her with secret service (I’m guessing), and now we find out where he went when Mellie came with the camera crew. This fool is risking a LOT and thus is doing too much, but I’m here for it.

Rowan must be seriously perplexed by how deep things are between his daughter and Fitz. He ridiculed Olivia when she countered him by saying that Fitz would never betray her, and then he has Fitz going out of his way to ask that Rowan not harm her. His response to Fitz’s request says a lot to me.

“How you could put one woman above everything? No, I can never understand that.”

Is this a reflection of Rowan’s life? Did he fail to put his wife and daughter above all else? Will he use this knowledge of how deep their (Olitz) affections are for one another against them? Fitz has more or less confirmed that he is aware that Olivia is doing more than she should re: B613. Will Rowan put two and two together and figure that they are still in communication?

Jesus, why did they delete this?! AAAAAARRRRRGGGGHHHHH!!!!

(via spectaclesinscript)

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Back in the present, Mellie is fuming over the president’s absence during a scheduled play date with their baby. Where is Fitz? Having a secret parking-garage meeting with Rowan. The president puts his career on the line to assure Olivia’s safety (little does he know, he’s asking her own father not to kill her). “Do you understand?” he asks, to which Rowan eerily responds, “How you could put one woman above everything? No, I can never understand that.”

EW Recap of Scandal Episode 307 Deleted Scene?

I’ve gotten several messages since Friday about this scene that is included in the EW.com recap of “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie”.  I don’t recall it airing live, but it appears to have been in the advance screeners that went to the media.

Honestly, I refuse to go back and watch this episode again to confirm it wasn’t in the aired version, but I’ll post it since it is an interesting scene between Rowan and Fitz.  I’m sure the Scandalgraphic memories of the fandom will clarify whether it aired live or not.

Apparently Papa Pope really does have just 99 problems.

(via sabiacoruja)

(via sabiacoruja)

Phoebe Robinson Recaps #Scandal307 “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie”

From Glamour.com:

#Gladiators, after watching last night’s Scandal, I need someone to page Chubby Al Sharpton (we all know Skinny Al Sharpton is wack), so he and I can start the PAHTHROBSR a.k.a. People Against Having Their Hearts Ripped Out by Shonda Rhimes. Seriously, “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie” was probably this show’s most devastating episode yet as we get more insight into how Mellie became the political animal that she is today, and I’m not sure that I like it. Not that I’m against what the “it” is, but rather, I’m not fan of how Shonda and Co. pulled a Nancy Kerrigan and skated over the issue. Before we discuss the “it” any further, we need to talk about everything that went down during the episode. So let’s go.

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