11 Sensible Reasons Why You Should Let Yourself Get Sucked Into 'Scandal'
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11 Sensible Reasons Why You Should Let Yourself Get Sucked Into 'Scandal'

By Joanna Robinson | Seriously Random Lists | October 2, 2013 | Comments ()

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The Intelligently Nuanced Depiction Of A Conservative President. When’s The Last Time We Had A Sympathetic One Of Those On TV?

The Profoundly Sophisticated Portrayal Of A Modern, Professional Gay Couple

The Brilliant Subversion Of The Jackie O/Long-Suffering Wife Trope

Joshua Malina. What A Genuine, Brainy Talent. If You Liked Him In Sports Night Or The West Wing, You’ll Love Him In This

The Meticulously Elegant Way In Which The Costume Department Dresses Kerry Washington

The Way In Which The Show Doesn’t Shy Away From The Race Issue And How Olivia Being An African-American Has In Impact On The Conservative Political Landscape

The Well-Researched And Deeply Informative Explanation Of The Ins And Outs Of A Presidential Election And How The Democratic Process Can Be Tampered With

The Addition Of Joe Morton As **LAST SEASON SPOILER REDACTED.** He’s A Truly Talented Performer Who Doesn’t Get Enough Work.

The Frightening Examination Of The Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex And The Sticky Web Powerful Men Weave Behind The Scenes

The Upsetting Psychological Corruption And Moral Decay Of Quinn Harper

The Less Nuanced But No Less Chilling Psychological Profile Of Kate Burton’s Tea Party-esque Vice President Sally Langston

The Refreshing Opportunity For An African-American Woman To Take An Intelligent, Powerful Leading Role In A Network Drama

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