6:13 AM EDT 4/19/2017
"Scandal" season 6 episode 11 trailer is out, and fans could definitely look forward to some seriously juicy details! It just goes to show that blood is still thicker than water. No matter how much she seems to resent her father, Olivia knows her father Rowan will do anything to protect her.
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At the beginning of "Scandal's" "Trojan Horse" clip, Mellie and Olivia are discussing Cyrus' impending ascent to power. It's definitely happening and there's nothing they could do to stop it. The press conference clears his name from being connected to the assassination of Frankie. The two women know that Cyrus will hunt them down soon. But Mellie tells Olivia that she's fighting, not quitting, per EconoTimes.
The Devil's Advocate. Meanwhile, "Scandal" yet again gives fans the Rowan-Olivia showdown they always look forward to. Rowan Pope never minces his words even to his beloved daughter. He warns her sternly that if Cyrus Beene becomes the next president, she will surely end up dead! As the official press release reveals, Olivia et al are dead set on taking down Peus. There may also be another 'casualty' as the fight for the highest seat in the land continues.
A Father's Love for His Daughter. In an interview with Collider, Joe Morton explains his character and why the viewers like him despite his being devious at times. Most of all, how his daughter Olivia will always be his weakness.Morton says his role in "Scandal" is to protect his daughter Olivia, no matter what. He has to find a way to get and keep her in the White House for years. Then he'll pick it up from there. His character always says the people you love will always be your weakness, so in a sense, yes, Olivia will always be his Achilles heel.
"Scandal" season 6 episode 11 airs on Thursday, April 20 at 8pm central time on ABC.For more Hollywood news and the latest tidbits, keep it here on Celebeat. His us with your feedback in the comments below.
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