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SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIEND Olivia defends an Anthony Weiner-esque client after his sexting partner is found murdered. And you thought the Anthony Weiner story couldn't get any grosser...
After her umpteenth sneak attack, Huck has finally tired of Quinn's curiosity. "All these questions you're asking: They have answers, but you don't want to know them," he tells her, urging her to stop asking questions while she still can.
Hey, what do you know? Abby is outside David's apartment and he's letting her back in. I guess he was never really out, huh? (See above rant.)
Olivia and her huge wine glass are back (this thing is seriously a fish bowl on a stem), and as she downs 60 ounces of cabernet, Jake (yes, he's back in her house) asks: "Are you all right?" Does he even know this woman? Wine signifies nothing. It signifies... Tuesday. "I don't know what I am," she responds. Jake tries to crack jokes, but Liv just buries her head in her hands. But she pulls it together and allows herself to snuggle up into Jake's nook as he promises, "I'm not going anywhere." SWOON. He leans in one more time for that kiss, and this time, she reciprocates. Oh, does she reciprocate.
Then the phone rings, and OF COURSE it's Fitz. And she ANSWERS. And Jake just has to sit there and listen while she talks to the other man in her life, THE PRESIDENT.
But Jake knows how to play this situation. "More wine?" he asks loudly, knowing Fitz will hear him. And hear he does, abruptly cutting off the conversation which was set to be an emo one. Fitz's night is far from over: He exits his presidential limo and storms into the office of one Rowan/Eli/Olivia's-dad-but-he-doesn't-know-that-yet. What a cliffhanger!
So how will Fitz and Rowan's face-off shake out? What more don't we know about Operation Remington? And are you wishing Liv would dish out some more "yes" or some "hell no" to Jake? Sound off in the comments below!
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