This paper proposes a formal account of indefinites’ exceptional quantificational and binding scope properties — static and dynamic exceptional scope. I argue that minimal dynamic extensions of tools independently motivated and widely used for questions and indefiniteness offer a unified explanation of indefinites’ multifaceted exceptional scope behavior. The account improves on existing static and dynamic theories of indefiniteness, and predicts a wide range of attested exceptional scope behavior for a range of expressions, both indefinite and not.