Scandal Full series coverage at Vulture "Figuring out how she’s going to trick Harrison with her vagina week after week like a Bond villain is the only fun part of the show right now, and I love her." Season 3 Episode 15, "Happy, Together Family"                                                                                                              • • • "Having seen Rowan in action, it’s understandable that Liv became a savior, or looked to make a family out of equally broken or damaged people. She saves people who have been cast out in some way, much like herself, and the unexpected side effect of their eternal gratitude is probably as close as she’s ever come to unconditional love. She’s too smart a character to paint with such a generic brush (she saves because she needs saving), but it’s also the thing that humanizes her the most, the tiny crack where love gets in and humanity pours out." Season 3 Episode 2, "Making Jam in Vermont"                                                                                                             • • • "At the urging of Leo Bergen, Sally Langston, Decisive Bitch, Esq., decided to use the churchsplosion as her own Pearl Harbor and started wrapping wounds faster than the throat-filling bile of a Huck and Quinn sex scene. This Florence Nightingale act basically cinched the presidency for Sally — she was crawling over rubble to rip bandages with her teeth while Fitz stood behind a podium like an anthropomorphized penis wearing an American flag pin. Who would you vote for in this election, Rambo or Bob the Builder? According to the split-screen coverage that nearly gave Olivia an aneurysm as Sally overtook Fitz, you would vote for Rambo." Season 3 Episode 18, "Bad Guys Run the World"

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Full series coverage at Vulture

"Figuring out how she’s going to trick Harrison with her vagina week after week like a Bond villain is the only fun part of the show right now, and I love her."
Season 3 Episode 15, "Happy, Together Family"

                                                                                                             • • •

"Having seen Rowan in action, it’s understandable that Liv became a savior, or looked to make a family out of equally broken or damaged people. She saves people who have been cast out in some way, much like herself, and the unexpected side effect of their eternal gratitude is probably as close as she’s ever come to unconditional love. She’s too smart a character to paint with such a generic brush (she saves because she needs saving), but it’s also the thing that humanizes her the most, the tiny crack where love gets in and humanity pours out."
Season 3 Episode 2, "Making Jam in Vermont"

                                                                                                            • • •

"At the urging of Leo Bergen, Sally Langston, Decisive Bitch, Esq., decided to use the churchsplosion as her own Pearl Harbor and started wrapping wounds faster than the throat-filling bile of a Huck and Quinn sex scene. This Florence Nightingale act basically cinched the presidency for Sally — she was crawling over rubble to rip bandages with her teeth while Fitz stood behind a podium like an anthropomorphized penis wearing an American flag pin. Who would you vote for in this election, Rambo or Bob the Builder? According to the split-screen coverage that nearly gave Olivia an aneurysm as Sally overtook Fitz, you would vote for Rambo."
Season 3 Episode 18, "Bad Guys Run the World"