Scandal Clip From 'Molly, You In Danger Girl' Shows Jake's Stealthy Maneuver

It's kind of funny. I've been wondering why Olivia wasn't a bit more paranoid about being spied on. You have to figure that in her line of work, she's dealing with major secrets, controversies and scandals. She occasionally works from home, as we've seen. So what's to stop anyone - like Jake, for example - from spying on her and learning some major secrets? From the video above, she apparently has Huck coming in to do a sweep once a month. And Jake's figured out how to get around that by coming in and removing all of his bugs ahead of time, then setting them up again once Huck leaves. He is a spy genius.

While we watched Jake play musical bugs, the President was issuing a press conference to address Grayden Osborne being the supposed mole. Based on the episode description for "Molly, You in Danger Girl," Fitz and Mellie have another relationship setback…

"Molly, You in Danger, Girl" - When details from an old case don't add up, Olivia's team must backtrack to figure out if they made a mistake. Worse still, this mistake has potentially put them all in serious danger. Meanwhile, Olivia and Jake's relationship starts to heat up, while at the White House Fitz and Mellie's relationship hits a new low, on ABC's "Scandal," THURSDAY, APRIL 4 (10:02-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

I want to point out that I absolutely love the title of this episode. It must be a nod to Whoopi Goldberg's interpretation of Patrick Swayze's warning to his wife in Ghost. That reference may tie into whatever old case Olivia's team is dealing with, but it's impossible to ignore the Tony Goldwyn connection, so maybe someone's going to warn Olivia that she's "in danger girl" of a guy who's been creeping around her apartment. In this case, it's Jake, with Fitz (Goldwyn) pulling the strings. Theories! Now I need to watch Ghost again.

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