Watch ‘Scandal’ Season 3, Episode 14 Live Stream, Via ABC Live Streaming Free Online: Did Jake Kill David Or James?
By Sara Guaglione | March 19, 2014 01:22 PM EDT
"Scandal" season 3, episode 14 airs tomorrow night - find out where to watch online a free live stream of "Scandal" season 3, episode 14, titled "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang." Did Jake kill David or James? Sally will meet with the NRA and cause chaos in the White House, while Olivia and Huck are in for some "shocking realizations."
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In case you can't make it to your TV to tune into ABC, watch "Scandal" season 3, episode 14 online via a free live stream of ABC here! If that doesn't work, you can also try these live stream links here and here.
According to TV Guide, the episode synopsis for tomorrow night's episode reads: "Sally arranges a meeting with the NRA, sending the White House into a tailspin; Huck and Olivia come to startling realizations; a surprising person asks Pope and Associates for help."
Last week's episode of "Scandal" ended on a major cliffhanger, when "while meeting with David, reporter Vanessa Chandler and an NSA employee, he and the others are surprised to discover that Jake gathered them together. Channeling his inner B613, Jake shoots Vanessa Chandler and the NSA employee, before turning to look at James and David. The episode ends with Jake firing one more shot, with the audience not knowing who takes the final bullet," IB Times reports.
The episode synopsis of this week's episode of "Scandal" hints that Olivia and Huck may find out that Jake was behind the deaths of Vanessa, the NSA employee, and either David or James.
Don't forget to tune into "Scandal" season 3, episode 14 this Thursday, March 20, at 10PM on ABC.
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