Quinn Perkins looks confused as she stands in the offices of OPA on Scandal Season 4 Episode 22. Does she believe they have what it takes to end Papa Pope's reign of terror or is she wishing she had run away with Charlie when she still had the chance? (Hey, Quinn, it's not too late. Probably.)
We're pretty sure Olivia Pope is cursing the day she didn't let Fitz leave office so they could move to Vermont and make jam. And the day she left the island with Jake. It's all been downhill since then. Will she finally be free of her father? Scandal Season 4 Episode 22 has the answers.
Attorney General David Rosen is prepared to bring the case of his career before the Grand Jury, and in doing so, he might just bring down the entire Republic. The foundations of everything anyone has ever known will be shaken by the revelations he's prepared to bring into the light.
As the man who's lost the most at the hands of Rowan Pope, Huck has the most to gain from seeing Command go down, next to Olivia that is. Huck will be crucial to the plan to take down Rowan Pope on Scandal Season 4 Episode 22.
Olivia Pope says they're taking down Command no matter what on Scandal Season 4 Episode 22. It doesn't matter who gets hurt in the process. Will she still be saying that when her lovers are caught in the crosshairs of her campaign to take down her father?
Jake Ballard looks smoking hot in a suit and tie. Will he be the one to take down Command (again) once and for all? As the key to David Rosen's case, we're hoping Jake doesn't die on Scandal Season 4 Episode 22.
Does Lizzie North know she's set a meeting between Rowan Pope, aka Command, and Mellie Grant? Has this been her plan all along? Is Lizzie North on Rowan's payroll and has she just used her position as Mellie's campaign manager to get to Fitz/Olivia/Huck for the torture she endured? SO MANY QUESTIONS!
Olivia: I don't want normal, and easy, and simple. I want.. Edison: What? What do you want, Olivia? Olivia: I want painful, difficult, devastating, life-changing, extraordinary love. Don't you want that, too? Edison: Love is not supposed to be painful or devastating. Love isn't supposed to hurt, Liv.