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'Scandal' season finale explosion; 'Kimmel' throwing after party on ABC

Tonight is the season finale of "Scandal" and rumors are flying fast and hard. According to Facebook posts on Thursday fans are wishing that the show was a two hour finale and that more episodes were available. It seems that fans can't get enough of the scandalous storylines. This is a spoiler for the season finale and those who do not want to know any details of tonight's episode should turn away now. According to People on Thursday, the show will be explosive and offer a bit more intrigue with enough cliffhangers to tease fans into desperation. Fans tonight will be tweeting updates using the hashtag #ScandalFinale.

According to Facebook's newest trailer released today, Mama Pope will plant a bomb in the church where President Grant is expected to attend a funeral. In finale episode 318 "The Price of Free and Fair Elections," election Day has arrived and the bomb may be the only thing to change the course of history.

Tonight after the season finale, Jimmy Kimmel will be hosting an after party. The post invited all fans to join in the fun: "Stick around for the Scandal After Party with Jimmy Kimmel Live Behind The Scandalabra." The after party will air at 11:35 p.m. on ABC. The cute checklist for viewing parties urged participants to have red wine and a defibrillator ready as the intense action and suspense of the season finale affects viewers' heart health.

Additional news about "Scandal" includes interviews with Kerry Washington (Olivia Pope), who hid a pregnancy throughout the season's episodes. Wednesday E! gave the scoop on how Kerry Washington's acting was affected by hiding the growing baby boom from the camera. Depending on her body as part of the tool of communicating - it was difficult to hid the growing baby bump from the camera's eye, but Washington credits a great costume designer, Lyn Paolo as the secret weapon in hiding the pregnancy.

With that in mind, we know that Olivia Pope should be safe from the bomb that will explode tonight - but to be sure tune in and watch "Scandal" at 10:00 p.m ET on ABC.

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