Olivia receives a call from the White House, but it’s not from Fitz or Cyrus. It’s Mellie. Remember how we said she wanted to be heard? Well, she’s being heard loud and clear now after Olivia helps her join the protest for justice for Jenny. Fitz can’t help but let out a defeated laugh about how the women in his life are political geniuses. He can’t believe they actually worked together. Fitz has an entire restaurant cleared so he can tell Olivia that Lavich is being deported. It’s the best he could do. Then the President of the United States ends their conversation by letting the love of his life know that he’s letting her go.
Jenny’s father is livid that the man who killed his daughter is going home to live out the rest of his days in a palace. Huck knows the guy has vengeance on his mind. That’s why he kills Lavich first. He admits to his AA group that his relapse into “whiskey drinking” felt really good. At the office, Edison tries to convince Olivia that she did good work on the case. She’s not buying his declaration that everything is going to be okay. Other associates are also unsure of things. Harrison manages to calm an agitated Quinn, but Abby is tired of being kept in the dark by all of Olivia’s secrets.
Abby isn’t crazy about the secrets David has been keeping from her either. That’s why she breaks into his apartment to see his wall of investigation. She soaks it all in for awhile before later sneaking up on David in the shower. Surprisingly, she wants to add a few of her own theories to his wall of crazy. David knows that Hollis Doyle’s company is somehow involved in the murders of those seven people in the software company. But he believes the conspiracy is much bigger. He may be right about that one.
Hollis Doyle takes a seat at a table with several open chairs. The people he is meeting with on this night arrive one by one. Supreme Court Justice Verna Thornton takes a seat at the table, as does Mellie Grant and Cyrus Beane. The last arrival is none other than Olivia Pope. They are all there to discuss the David Rosen situation as their president flies off to the G8 Summit thousands of miles away.