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Originally published Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 12:09 AM

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TV picks for Thursday: ‘Scandal,’ ‘Sean Saves the World’ and ‘The Crazy Ones’

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For the return of this involving (OK, sometimes soapy) political drama, Olivia Pope (Emmy-nominee Kerry Washington) and her team of gladiators at Pope & Associates must cope with the big revelation from last season’s finale. The season premiere is appropriately titled “It’s Handled.” 10 p.m. Thursday on ABC (

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Also on Thursday

“MLB Baseball,” 5:30 p.m. (TBS): National League Division Series, Game 1. From Turner Field in Atlanta (Live).

“The Vampire Diaries,” 8 p.m. (CW): After spending a passionate summer with Damon and ensuring that Jeremy is adjusting to his return from the dead, Elena moves into Whitmore College with Caroline; a student named Megan shows up in Bonnie’s place at the dorm.

“Glee,” 9 p.m. (Fox): When Tina receives a nomination for prom queen, she develops an attitude that bothers her supporters; Rachel and Santana work jobs at a diner.

“Sean Saves the World,” 9:01 p.m. (NBC): Sean, a divorced man with a demanding career, now finds himself a full-time parent when his 14-year-old daughter moves in.

“The Crazy Ones,” 9:01 p.m. (CBS): Disaster strikes when Simon encourages Sydney to take the lead on an ad campaign for a coffee shop; Zach becomes jealous when Simon asks Andrew to care for a family of ducklings.

“North Woods Law,” 10 p.m. (Animal Planet): The wardens search icy waters for the victims of a tragic snowmobiling accident; the spring thaw unleashes nuisance animals; MacCabe stakes out the residence of a wanted man.

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