The Entire Cast Of ‘Scandal’ Joins ‘Ellen’ To Talk About The Final Season

The cast of “Scandal” still don’t know how it will end.

Appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Wednesday, cast members Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn, Bellamy Young and Scott Foley revealed that not only have they yet to shoot the big series finale, they haven’t even read the script yet.

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Even though they are currently shooting the second-last episode, they still don’t have an indication of where things are headed.

“If we feel like this episode is leading us down a path,” Washington said, “then the rug is going to get ripped out from under us. It’s terrifying.”

Young said that they do all want to live because they’re pushing for “Scandal: The Movie”.

Goldwyn joked that the characters should probably all be killed, “because we’ve done horrible, horrible things.”

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Later in the show, the rest of the huge “Scandal” cast joined in to talk about what mementos they plan to take from the set before they leave.

Katie Lowes, who plays Quinn on the show, said that she has her eye on Olivia Pope’s bag collection.

Foley also revealed the one thing he won’t miss: “Being compared to Tony Goldwyn every time I take my shirt off.”

The “Scandal” series finale airs April 19.




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