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‘Scandal’ Creator’s Dream Cameo is…

240px-Shonda_Rhimes_2008ABC’s “Scandal” might be on its summer hiatus, but show creator Shonda Rhimes is still finding time to tease fans with a potential scandalous guest cameo.

“Bill Clinton, if you’re out there, we would love to have you…We would always love to have you,” Rhimes told E Online. “There are always interesting politicians out there who would be interesting [to have on the show], but our show is a very heightened, very dark view of Washington,” Rhimes said. “I don’t think really Bill Clinton or any of those people belong in our Washington.”

Apparently, the former president is a viewer of the show, so the idea might not be so far-fetched.


We cover a wide variety of TV moments that cause social media explosions, but are going on the record now: a potential scene featuring former President Clinton, fictional President Fitzgerald Grant, and Olivia Pope, in the midst of creating or spinning the latest scandal of the moment, might break social media all together.

Social TV addicts can dream, right?

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