Scandal Season 2 Episode 6 “Spies Like Us” Live Recap 11/15/12

Scandal Season 2 Episode 6 “Spies Like Us” Live Recap 11/15/12Scandal returns to ABC tonight with a whole new episode called “Spies Like Us.” On tonight’s show dirty little secrets are starting to come out. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show when the wife of a governor was raped, the governor took the law into his own hands and then asked Olivia and her team to come in and clean up his mess. Meanwhile, both Cyrus and the President were caught off-guard when Cyrus’ husband, James, decided to return to his career as a journalist covering the White House.

On tonight’s show Olivia receives an anonymous letter containing a coded warning which could expose Huck’s dark past. Meanwhile another Pope & Associates secret has already been exposed and Olivia asks Harrison to step up and handle it. And in the White House, Cyrus and Fitz are dealing with the ramifications of Cyrus’ husband’s first front page news story.

Guest starring Norm Lewis as Senator Edison Davis, Dan Bucatinsky as James, Gregg Henry as Hollis, Brenda Song as Alissa, Susan Pourfar as Becky, George Newbern as Charlie, Sarah Aldrich as Molly, Adam Lazarre-White as Paul, Sam Anderson as Sherman, Mary Pat Gleason as Betsy, Richard Gilliland as Barry, Stephen Hart as bureaucrat, Tiffany Jeneen as postal worker, Jennifer Sommerfield as Teresa, Ron Ostrow as Sarnoff.

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 6 at 10 PM EST!


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