The Cast Of Scandal Threw Themselves A Party For The Best Reason

The cast of Scandal threw themselves a big, giant, fancy party, complete with a red carpet. They have a good reason to celebrate: the show's 100th episode airs next week (and it looks like it's going to be a doozy). It's hard to believe that there have already been 100 episodes of everyone's favorite Shondaland show. The entire Shondaland family celebrated in style at Fig & Olive on Saturday night in West Hollywood, California.

Spotted at the party were cast members including stars Kerry Washington, Bellamy Young, Darby Stanchfield, Scott Foley, Guillermo Diaz, Joe Morton, Joshua Malina, Katie Lowes, Jeff Perry, and George Newbern. And, of course, creator Shonda Rhimes herself was there, as was Executive Producer Tom Verica.

Everyone looked gorgeous, but no one gave away any spoilers for the most anticipated episode of the series so far. While the party (and the cast) looked amazing, all the excitement of seeing everyone together has us totally amped to find out what happens in the 100th episode itself, which is billed as a huge reveal. Either way, at least we got to see pictures of pretty people having tons of fun and living their very best lives.

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Shonda Rhimes showed up in a Dolce & Gabbana SS17 spaghetti-print dress, working it. Kerry Washington (aka Olivia Pope) is flawless as always in J Mendel, and producer Betsy Beers didn't look so bad herself.
Darby Stanchfield, who plays Abby Whelan (aka "Red"), looked drop dead gorgeous in this stunning green satin jumpsuit. Talk about #aestheticgoals.
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Kerry Washington poses with her on-screen parents, played by Khandi Alexander and Joe Morton.
Inside the party, things looked super fun. This photo of Joe Morton, Kerry Washington, and Ava DuVernay is #squadgoals.
Scott Foley, who plays Captain Jake Ballard, attended with his wife, Marika Dominczyk.
Executive Producer/Head Director Tom Verica and his wife, Kira Arne, looking fab.
Ava DuVernay tweeted that she was "forever grateful" to Scandal for being the first series to invite her to direct an episode.
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The gang's all here!
All good things must come to an end, and Kerry and Shonda are out. Will you be watching the 100th episode to find out who Olivia marries? We will.