She is an equal partner in the dissolution of that marriage.
I have no room in my life at present for a man,' she wrote.Adelstein, who plays Abby’s soon-to-be-ex-husband Jake, said the title can be very misleading.“But now that I’m working on this show, a lot of people are like, ‘Well, why would men be interested in this show?As Scandal has shown us time and time again, break-ups are a real bitch. The last time we met like this, the Defiance conspiracy angle was only starting to form, and low readership pushed us to pull the plug right when the show hopped on board the expressway towards Awesometown.But so much of it is so wrong about so many things that rereading it earlier today made me cringe.
Still, it’s better to be wrong this way than to overpraise something that turns out to be a one-trick pony.
I wrote a great deal about the evolution of Scandal this season a few weeks ago, so I won’t rehash a great deal of it here.
Suffice to say, the show leaned into its already sizable strengths (its fast-paced storytelling, its near-operatic levels of emotional intensity) and married it to a rigorously-told serialized story that involved election rigging, assassination attempts, far-flung conspiracies, and enough double-crosses to land anyone at home attempting to keep up in a neck brace.
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Businessman Geoffrey Edelsten says he's in a "light relationship" with American actress Rachel Currence but says they're not involved romantically.