In addition to having one of the coolest / craziest shipper names out there, we know that there are a good many fans of "" "Huckleberry Quinn." With that in mind, we're pleased to present some sort of scoop now on what is coming up for the pair on an especially interesting "Scandal" season 3 episode.
This installment airs on November 14 and is entitled "Everything's Coming Up Mellie," which suggests that things could finally start to go the First Lady's way. (Given her history, though, we are not particularly inclined to think that this could actually happen.) What we are personally more intrigued about is what could be pushing Quinn so much towards violence, and why Huck may be starting to feel as though he created a monster with her:
"MELLIE IS STILL TRYING TO RECOVER FROM THE PUBLIC BACKLASH OF THE LAST YEAR SO SHE DECIDES TO DO A HARD-HITTING NEWS INTERVIEW. MEANWHILE, AS CYRUS CONTINUES TO PLOT AGAINST SALLY LANGSTON, WE LEARN HOW FITZ, MELLIE AND CYRUS BECAME A TEAM. BACK AT OPA, HUCK CONTINUES TO PUSH QUINN AWAY, BUT QUINN'S BLOODLUST COULD GET HER INTO SOME DANGEROUS SITUATIONS."
After hearing this, it's not exactly the best tease that these two could be together romantically. Heck, at this point we wonder whether or not Guillermo Diaz's character is really capable of being with anyone. He is damaged goods to the point of him barely being able to stand, so how can he actually support someone when he cannot even support himself? Quinn's going to have an insurmountable challenge trying to find a way to open up that part of his worldand we also imagine that she is going to have some other priorities.
We'll at least give a mention to that Cyrus story mentioned in the middle of the synopsis, by and large because this should provide us with all of the necessary insight into how these characters teamed up in the first place. That should be fun, and continue the Mellie theme that seems to be carrying through this episode.
What do you think about the idea behind this "Scandal" episode? Be sure to share your thoughts below, and airing on ABC this week.