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'Scandal' fans want Quinn to die: #KillQuinn trends on Twitter

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"Scandal" came back again tonight with a new episode. On Feb. 27, fans were all over Twitter talking about the show. The hashtag #KillQuinn quickly went to the trending page along with #Scandal and #Mellie. It was a bit shocking that fans really want Quinn to die that bad.

During the last episodes, Quinn was lucky that she didn't die. Huck decided to let her live when he had her in a position where he could have killed her. It is obvious that Huck loves Olivia and will do whatever she wants or what he thinks is best for her. It looks like that could end up what will get Quinn killed.

It was time for Quinn to get back to work again and she actually ended up stealing a kid. Now that might be just a bit too much and that is what got fans mad at her first on this episode. It will be interesting to see if they actually kill her off this season.

"Scandal" airs new episodes on Thursday nights on ABC.

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