Instead of 22.
On that Huck-Quinn scene from last night: “For me, it’s a reminder that as much as we all love these people, they’re all still monsters.”
Huck gets his Marathon Man moment with Quinn. Is it safe, indeed.
In which we meet Olivia's very intriguing mother.
There's more to a character than whether he or she is a rape survivor.
If you are anything but Team Mellie after this episode, then just get out of here.
"I think the world enjoyed Mellie unleashed."
Who the hell is Adnan Salif?
The president is a latter-day Don Draper, his chief of staff a Walter White.
We learned some interesting information about Fitz's past last night.
"I asked Shonda one time, 'Does [Abby] read Fifty Shades of Grey?'"
We got confirmation this week that Papa Pope is a mean S.O.B.
"No one remembers that the whole show started off with Fitz cheating on his wife again."
Both shows draw heavily on the casts of their creators' previous shows. But in different ways.
Last night’s episode was fun, but a little overwrought.
Just another dad, talking about mastodons.
"Twice as what?"
Spoiler alert: Breaking Bad is OVER.
It gave the other shows hell as it beat its own ratings high-water mark.
Olivia and Fitz have become a slo-mo Benny Hill skit with better clothes.
"Noel's … fake."
"Is this bad to say? I think I'm Team Jake."
"He’d rather die than lose Olivia, I really believe that."