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(Warning: major spoilers for Scandal ahead!)
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"Bloody beautiful. #Scandal (Also... AND I SAY THIS WITH A LOTTA LOVE, you gotta know by now that if you haven't watched the episode, you should stay away from social! Sorry for the spoilers but this is what live tweeting looks like)"
Some fans threw shade Washington's way for "ruining" the episode for them:
"Not cool. Great way to get people to unfollow you."
"Thank for the spoiler, I think I'm gonna unfollow her, she always does that"
"I hate when you guys do this Spoiler every week. @kerrywashington I'm unable to watch the show when it airs on Thursday night due to a meeting. But every week, the episode gets spoiled for me with these posts."
Sorry, spoiled fans, but... she's kind of right. If you don't watch a series live, you better stay far, far away from the cast's social accounts — if not Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook entirely. People have zero chill when it comes to revealing OMFG-worthy events, and they're certainly not going to wait to discuss the Shonda Rhimes-created drama because you have a yoga class during the TGIT block.