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'Scandal' 3.16 Sneak Peeks: Andrew Woos Mellie, Jake Scares Olivia

March 28, 2014 (8:01 am) GMT
Abby steps in as Olivia's proxy and takes on duties at the White House but Abby needs Olivia back as things are going to get ugly.
'Scandal' 3.16 Sneak Peeks: Andrew Woos Mellie, Jake Scares Olivia

Things are going to get ugly in the next episode of "" season 3, so Abby says in a preview video. She looks anxious as she's walking in what seems to be a prison, possibly visiting someone.

Jake, meanwhile, scares Olivia when she refuses to let him into her house. He screams and bangs on the door. There's additionally a glimpse of Mama Pope in a compromising position, giving a seductive look at a shirtless man whose face is unseen.

Two clips are also released for the episode. One of them shows Mellie trying to ignore Andrew, but he's not giving up and convinces her that she needs someone who actually loves her. The other snippet, meanwhile, features Quinn and Charlie as the latter continues doubting Quinn's faithfulness.

"The Fluffer" airs Thursday, April 3 at 10/9c on ABC. According to the official synopsis, "Abby steps in as Olivia's proxy and takes on duties at the White House. Meanwhile, the team continues to investigate B613, and someone throws a wrench in Reston's presidential campaign."

"Scandal" 3.16 Preview:


"Scandal" 3.16 Clip #1:


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