Since the beginning, Huck's been this mysterious figure we always wondered about: Where he came from, who he was, how he got to be this way.
Now, we know. And we wish we didn't, because the story is so, so, so tremendously, awfully, heartbreakingly sad.
But as painful as it is to witness exactly how Huck came to be Huck, we understand him more. And we understand his special relationship with Olivia. They both "live on the dark side of the moon," as she says. As grand and bigger than life and romantic and dramatic as it may seem, that dark side isn't a pleasant place. It's gut-wrenching. It's peace-shattering. It's life-altering. It's tragic. And there's no silver lining, no bright side, no happy ending.
Eyes wide shut
This is going to be a flashback-heavy episode; the first few minutes show how Olivia and Huck first meet -- she's taking the subway and spies a homeless grifter begging for change.Read More »from 'Scandal' Tweet-cap: The Dark Side of the Moon