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The Scandal Cast Reflects on 100th Episode Milestone

By Marisa Dabney | Apr 12th, 2017

Scandal is celebrating a milestone as Season 6 Episode 10, "The Decision" is the 100th episode of the show. This is a rare accolade for television shows. Fans and the Scandal cast alike are celebrating this milestone by reflecting on their favorite Scandal memories. Scandal creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes and executive producer Betsy Beers recently discussed the inception of the show, centered in the world of a fixer, and why it has been so successful. Stars Kerry Washington, Guillermo Diaz, Darby Stanchfield, Katie Lowes, Jeff Perry, Joshua Malina, Tony Goldwyn, Bellamy Young, Scott Foley, Cornelius Smith Jr. and Joe Morton all share their feelings on why they love Scandal and how the show has changed their lives in the cast interviews below.

Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers on Reaching 100 Episodes of 'Scandal'

Shonda Rhimes, Scandal creator/executive Producer, and Betsy Beers, executive producer, talk about the excitement of reaching 100 episodes and the success of Scandal. They also discuss the origin of the show and the world of a fixer.

The 'Scandal' Producers and Cast Reflect on 100th Episode Milestone

The cast and producers of Scandal, including Kerry Washington (Olivia Pope) and creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes, reflect on the 100th episode milestone.

Kerry Washington on 'Scandal' 100th Episode Milestone

Kerry Washington, who plays Olivia Pope, talks about Scandal reaching the 100th episode milestone. Kerry also talks about whether she expected the show to reach 100 episodes and shares her favorite Scandal memory. 

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Be sure to check out Season 6 Episode 10, "The Decision" which airs THURSDAY 9|8c on ABC.  In "The Decision" the ugly truth behind Frankie's assassination is revealed and a torn Olivia wonders how different her life – and the country – would be if she, Mellie and Cyrus had never rigged Fitz's election.

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