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‘Scandal’ star enjoys giving good tweet

This May 16, 2011 file photo shows actor Joshua Malina at the Academy of Television Art and Sciences’ event with the cast and producers of “Scandal”. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File) by Alicia RancilioAssociated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) — It’s not coincidental that the stars of “Scandal” live tweet during episodes. They’re encouraged to do so. When several of the show’s actors recently visited New York to promote the premiere of season three, ABC made sure to book Kerry Washington on a return flight to Los Angeles that offered Wi-Fi. Other cast members had their trips extended so they could be available on the social networking site. Joshua Malina, who plays U.S. attorney David Rosen, relishes having a presence on Twitter. He describes his tweets as “self-promotion and dumb jokes.”

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Entertainment

‘Scandal’ cast gets mannequin treatment at Saks

This Oct. 2, 2013 photo released by ABC shows actress Kerry Washington posing between two mannequins, part of an installation honoring the TV series “Scandal,” at Saks 5th Avenue in New York. (AP Photo/ABC, Lou Rocco) NEW YORK (AP) — “Gladiators in suits” is the term for the characters of ABC’s “Scandal” who work for Kerry Washington’s character, Olivia Pope, but Wednesday in New York it was all about gladiators in stores.

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‘Scandal’ cast performs finale live for Academy

This undated publicity photo released by ABC shows Kerry Washington as Olivia Pope in a scene from the season finale, “White Hat’s Back On,” from ABC Television Network’s show, “Scandal,” aired Thursday, May 16. (AP Photo/ABC, Richard Cartwright) by Michael Cidoni LennoxAP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Forget the DVR. Not this time. Not after this long of a wait. Millions of fans actually watched the season-two finale of the ABC drama “Scandal” the old-fashioned way: on a TV screen, as it was fed from the network to their local affiliates. But a crowd of approximately 700 at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in North Hollywood experienced this “Scandal” episode differently Thursday night.