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Scandal: Grant: For The People

When Quinn finds herself in a tragic and compromising position, Olivia and the team rush to her side; all the while, a reluctant Cyrus must turn to Olivia when Billy Chambers makes an announcement that shakes Fitz's presidency to its' core.

Source: ABC

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x7
Airdate: Thursday May 17th, 2012

Director: Roxann Dawson
Writer: Shonda Rhimes

Alternate Airdates:

AU (Seven) Nov 27, 2012
UK (sky LIVING) Dec 06, 2012

Guest Stars
Joshua MalinaJoshua Malina
As David Rosen
Kate BurtonKate Burton
As Vice President Sally Langston
Bellamy YoungBellamy Young
As Mellie Grant
Matt LetscherMatt Letscher
As Billy Chambers
Brendan HinesBrendan Hines
As Gideon Wallace
Shannon CochranShannon Cochran
As Attorney General Susan Sawyer
Troy WinbushTroy Winbush
As Morris Elcott
Brian LetscherBrian Letscher
As Tom
Mark HarelikMark Harelik
As Press Secretary Marvin Colgate
Main Cast
Kerry WashingtonKerry Washington
As Olivia Pope
Jeff PerryJeff Perry
As Cyrus Beene
Tony GoldwynTony Goldwyn
As President Fitzgerald "Fitz" Grant


The episode begins with Quinn coming into Gideon’s house and seeing him writhing in a pool of blood, with a scissor sticking out from the back of his neck. She is frantic and can’t figure how she should help him. She then pulls out scissor from out of his neck, and more blood squirts out of the wound. She then sees him pass away in front of her eyes, just as she is trying to reach the phone. Meanwhile, Billy enters his office totally blank and expressionless. He then finds himself shivering, and is visibly disturbed by what he has just done. He then types in something into his computer. Meanwhile, Quinn stands shivering over Gideon’s body just as Olivia who she has called, comes in. ..

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