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Unread 12-07-2012, 10:19 AM   #1
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Wink Scandal: heating up!

Anyone watching Scandal? Next week is the last episode until next year! They called it last "winter" episode. So I am unclear if that means next summer?

I find this show really captivating...each episode is well written and well played.

I just watched last night's episode, onDemand, this morning.
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Started watching it early on and then quit watching it. Not sure if it starts again next summer or like sometime in January as some other shows do. Last night's episode is where the President on that show was shot.
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The first couple of episodes I thought they talked too fast...
I had to turn up the volume and hubby hates when I do that.

But now there seems to be a better pace. I find it really intense and emotional. This episode has alot of sex too, for TV that is...ABC. I guess I am getting old! LOL
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Yes, they did talk really fast and kind of hard to keep up with at the beginning. Probably why we quit watching it. Found other shows instead.
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