SP021: Scandal Rewind – All Roads Lead to Fitz S2 E5

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The Conversation

I was joined this episode by Phoebe Robinson from blaria.com and Dion Davis from Gold Derby.  They had a lot to say, you should tune in to find out what they were

One of my favorite moments was at the end when Olivia and Cyrus was drinking wine together.  Because at the end of the season they’re not really friends anymore. -Phoebe

I liked Huck this episode. You never get to see Huck dating.  So when he asked Harrison, where do I take women…” – Dion

Governor Reston killed it in this episode for me. His acting was on point.  I was like really, you’re going to do all that and you did this sh*t on purpose? I like with Scandal that it shows that this probably wouldn’t have happened if they hadn’t stolen the election” – Phoebe

I thought it was perfect, the case because you got the origin story.  They went back to the election, they called Reston the gun friendly Democrat and now you know he’s real friendly.  And the actress she played on Desperate Housewives, but I wouldn’t have gone down for him the way she did.” – Dion

I liked the confrontation in the end when Mellie was in the hall with Cyrus. He shut her down.” -Phoebe

The Drama

The Panelists

Phoebe Robinson

Stand-up comedian and writer Phoebe Robinson is the proprietor of Blaria.com (that’s Black Daria, for those not in the know). Most recently, she appeared on FX’s Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, co-hosted an episode of the new series Raising McCain, and was a panelist on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz. When not on television, she’s a writer for Glamour.com and contributes to The New York Times and The Huffington Post. She has performed in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Eugene Mirman Festival, the New York Underground Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, and the Women in Comedy Festival. Phoebe egularly does stand up at venues all over New York City and you can track her every move on Twitter @PRobinsonComedy.

Dion Davis

Gold Derby

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