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Scandal Season 2 Episode 5 “All Roads Lead to Fitz” Live Recap 11/8/12

Scandal Season 2 Episode 5 “All Roads Lead to Fitz” Live Recap 11/8/12SCANDAL returns to ABC tonight with a whole new episode called “All Roads Lead to Fitz.” When the wife of a governor is raped, the governor takes the law into his own hands and then asks Olivia and her team to come in and clean up his mess. We watched it and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show called a DC college student went missing and her grieving parents came to Pope & Associates for help. Meanwhile David was still investigating the Cytron case and got help from a very surprising source; and in the White House, Fitz felt the pressure as Mellie proved once again that she’s a political powerhouse.

On tonight’s show when the wife of a governor is raped, the governor takes the law into his own hands and then asks Olivia and her team to come in and clean up his mess. Meanwhile, both Cyrus and the President are caught off-guard when Cyrus’ husband, James, decides to return to his career as a journalist covering the White House.

Guest starring Norm Lewis as Senator Edison Davis, Gregg Henry as Hollis, Debra Mooney as Verna, Dan Bucatinsky as James, Tom Amandes as Governor Reston, Brenda Strong as Joan Reston, Audrey Wasilewski as Alison Becker, Sam McMurray as Pat, Susan Pourfar as Becky, Mina Badie as Jane, Kate McGregor-Stewart as Mary, Cullen Douglas as Steve Doherty, Dinora Walcott as Carol, Bruno Amato as Stonemason Lonnie, Roberto Montesinos as painter Jerry, Kristin Carey as Brooke Foster, Keith Sellon-Wright as Garrett Cole, Michelle Wong as on scene reporter, Claude Knowlton as waiter.

Tonight’s episode looks like it is going to be a great episode and you won’t want to miss it, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of ABC’s “Scandal” Season 2 episode 5 at 10 PM EST!

SCANDAL SEASON 2 EPISODE 5 LIVE RECAP HERE!


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