VIDEO: Sneak Peek - SCANDAL's 'The Other Woman' Episode on ABC
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On the October 4th episode of the ABC drama series SCANDAL titled "The Other Woman" - when a public figure is caught in a compromising position, Olivia and her team must do some heavy lifting, literally, in order to clean up the mess. But Olivia is still dealing with the ramifications of the judge's jaw-dropping verdict, and Abby continues to push for answers. In the White House, Cyrus and Fitz are forced to deal with a serious foreign policy emergency. The episode airs THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 (10:02-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Get a sneak peek below!
"Scandal" stars Kerry Washington as Olivia Pope, Columbus Short as Harrison Wright, Guillermo Diaz as Huck, Darby Stanchfield as Abby Whelan, Katie Lowes as Quinn Perkins, Tony Goldwyn as President FitzGerald Grant, Jeff Perry as Cyrus Beene, BellAmy Young as Mellie Grant and Joshua Malina as David Rosen.
Guest starring Dan Bucatinsky as James, Leslie Grossman as Lisa, Lorraine Toussaint as Nancy, Elise Neal as Joanne, Damarr Calhoun as Vincent, Warren Thomas as Pastor Drake, Gregg Henry as Hollis, John Diehl as Ray, JosH Clark as Amos, Jason Dechert as Matt Turner, Sam McMurray as Pat, Debra Mooney as Verna, Joe Holt as Defense Secretary, Mark Espinoza as Chairman of Joint Chiefs, Virginia Louise Smith as Secretary of State, Al Carabello as parking valet, Jennifer Marsala as reporter, Jay Jackson as local news anchor, Wendy Davis as Kimberly Mitchell, Keli Daniels as Cable News anchor, Vanessa Zima as Jill, Fred Ochs as AA leader, Jocelyn Ayanna as prayer leader.
"The Other Woman" was written by Heather Mitchell and directed by Stephen Cragg.