|"Enemy of the State"|
Season 1, Episode 4
|Airdate||April 26th, 2012|
|Writer||Richard E. Robbins|
|Producer||Scott Collins; Roxann Dawson; Merri D. Howard; Judy Smith; Jenna Bans; Mark Wilding; Betsy Beers; Shonda Rhimes; Heather Mitchell|
|Starring||Kerry Washington; Henry Ian Cusick; Columbus Short; Darby Stanchfield; Katie Lowes; Guillermo Diaz; Jeff Perry; Tony Goldwyn|
|Previous||"Hell Hath No Fury"|
|Next||"Crash and Burn"|
"Enemy of the State" is the fourth episode of season one of the political drama series Scandal. It was directed by Michael Katleman with a script written by Richard E. Robbins. It first aired on ABC on Thursday, April 26th, 2012 at 9:00 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Kerry Washington||Olivia Pope|
|Henry Ian Cusick||Stephen Finch|
|Columbus Short||Harrison Wright|
|Darby Stanchfield||Abby Whelan|
|Katie Lowes||Quinn Perkins|
|Jeff Perry||Cyrus Beene|
|Tony Goldwyn||Fitzgerald Grant|
Guest Stars Edit
|Joshua Malina||David Rosen|
|Bellamy Young||Mellie Grant|
|Matt Letscher||Billy Chambers|
|Liza Weil||Amanda Tanner|
|Brendan Hines||Gideon Wallace|
|Leland Orser||Sanders Black|
|Dan Bucatinsky||James Novak|
|José Zúniga||Benicio Flores|
|Valerie Cruz||Carolina Flores|
|Tony Casale||Hotel clerk|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The main setting for this episode is Washington, D.C.
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- Olivia Pope: I did what I had to for my client. I made a tough call. You don't like it, Abby, too bad. It's my name on that door, not yours.
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