Actress Kerry Washington attends the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.

Actress Kerry Washington attends the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.

*The official Season 6 trailer for “Scandal” doesn’t drop until Thursday, but series star Kerry Washington has shared a teaser via Twitter, and as Yahoo points out, it’s leaving fans with many questions: Why is Fitz consoling Liv? Why does Fitz look so distressed? And is anyone of particular importance inside that exploding cabin?

As usual, creator Shonda Rhimes has shrouded S6 in mystery. What we do know is that the season premiere will take place on election night. Second, Jake’s wife (formerly played by “Justified’s” Joelle Carter) will now be played by Glee‘s “Jessalyn Gilsig.” Liv and Fitz may rekindle their on-again, off again relationship and Huck & Quin almost die in a house explosion.

Check out the 10-second sizzle video below.

Mark the date, Gladiators! 📅 The World Premiere of the Season 6 #Scandal Trailer is coming on 11.3.16!

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neiman marcus collard greens

Meanwhile, in completely unrelated news, high-end retailer Neiman Marcus is gearing up for the holidays by selling gentrified collard greens for about $80 bucks.

*insert eye roll*

Uppity White folks (because who else is going to pay such a ridiculous price for greens) can now order posh collard greens for $66, plus $15 for shipping.

According to the site, the greens are “seasoned with just the right amount of spices and bacon” and serves between eight to 10 people. All one has to do is heat it up and serve.

Neiman Marcus’ new holiday menu also boasts a baked bean medley for $80, broccoli cheese casserole for $65 and stuffed Cornish Nens for $120. News of the $80 greens has left many folks calculating just how many pounds of collards they can buy for $80 at their local grocery.