Does Hunter Ulysses Whitman nab the presidency, or did a dark horse take the lead?

By Lindsay Kimble
Updated November 20, 2015 10:45 AM
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Like many, we’ve been waiting with baited breath to see which of Scandal High‘s selfie-savvy teens would take home victory in the student council elections.

In the final installment of Shonda Rhimes “very first” tv show – AKA Jimmy Kimmel‘s hilarious spoof – frontrunner Hunter Ulysses Whitman (Tony Goldwyn) faces a last minute rival.

While the Scandal parody’s other candidates have all mysteriously been expelled, Goldwyn’s Hunter remains untouched. Even with goodie-two-shoes Izzy (Portia de Rossi) now in competition, the jock still nabs victory with 359 votes to her zero.

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But wait! Scott Foley‘s blind/death/lactose-intolerant character found evidence of a plot to steal the election (sound familiar, Scandal fans?). A bag containing 400 votes for Izzy was hidden, making her the rightful victor.

And who was behind the dastardly crime? The janitor, played by the Jimmy Kimmel Live host himself. There’s even a classic Shonda twist: Kimmel is also Hunter’s mom!

The drama was so good, it was almost better than Thursday’s real Scandal winter finale. Although, Kerry Washington sipping on grape soda rather than red wine is definitely entertaining.