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Scandal – Season 3 Episode 5 “More Cattle, Less Bull” – RECAP

Scandal - Season 3 Episode 5 'More Cattle Less Bull'

Scandal returns to ABC tonight with a new episode called, “More Cattle, Less Bull.”

On tonight’s show, the team investigates Democratic Congresswoman Josie Marcus, while Olivia and Mellie have a surprising run-in during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Meanwhile, Jake and Huck get closer to the truth about Operation Remington, which could lead to devastating results. Did you watch the last week’s episode? If you missed it and need to catch up, you can read our full and detailed recap RIGHT HERE!!

On the last episode Pope & Associates was still struggling to find clients, the team decided to take on a philandering senator who enjoyed taking photos of his not so public areas. Meanwhile, Mellie got involved in her own scandal with Democratic Congresswoman Josephine Marcus, when a mike was left on and their conversation was heard.

On tonight’s show the team investigates Democratic Congresswoman Josie Marcus, while Olivia and Mellie have a surprising run-in during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Meanwhile, Jake and Huck get closer to the truth about Operation Remington, which could lead to devastating results.

Guest starring on tonight’s show Lisa Kudrow as Josephine Marcus, Kate Burton as Vice President Sally Langston, Tom Amandes as Governor Samuel Reston, Jack Coleman as Daniel Douglas Langston, Sally Pressman as Candace Marcus, Stoney Westmoreland as Hal Rimbeau, Brian Letscher as Tom, Erin Chambers as Mara, Sarah Benoit as Doris, Michael Mahon as Billy Joe Lee, Paul Adelstein as Leo Bergen and Joe Morton as Rowan.

Be sure to join us for our live coverage of ABC’s Scandal – Season 3 Episode 5 “More Cattle, Less Bull” — tonight at 10 PM EST!

[ SEE THE FULL RECAP OF TONIGHT'S SHOW RIGHT HERE!! ]


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