Denette Wilford: A Touch Of 'Scandal' Is All You Need
Huffington Post - about 4 years
There are some TV shows that I can't do anything but watch. While there are some I can have on while I pay my bills/send emails/play Fruit Ninja, there are others that require my undivided attention. You know what I mean. In case you were wondering, for me it's "The Good Wife," "Parenthood," "The Walking Dead" (holy crap, last night's episode!!!) and "Scandal." Yes, "Scandal."
I'm not sure when my obsession with "Scandal" truly began. I've been a devoted viewer of all Shonda Rhimes' series at one point (I still religiously watch "Grey's Anatomy," did the first few seasons of "Private Practice," saw every episode of "Off the Map"), but I just can't get enough of "Scandal." Sure, I enjoyed the first season, but back then, I watched it with some apprehension, only because it seemed like the kind of series that would get cancelled. Thankfully, ABC didn't pull the plug.
The political drama began a little soapy and a lot over-the-top. The situations are borderline ludicrous a
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