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119: Spartan Figures
directed by: Tate Donovan Air Date: April 5, 2015

Elizabeth and President Dalton work together to solve the Greek debt crisis, but not everyone at home is happy with the agreement. Meanwhile, Henry mulls over a new job offer, and Stevie reconnects with her childhood friend, the President’s son.


122: There But for the Grace of God
directed by: Eric Stoltz Air Date: May 3, 2015

When Elizabeth confronts her former friend Juliet, she flashes back to when then-CIA Director Dalton offered her a job that would have changed the course of her life. Also, Stevie and President Dalton’s son, Harrison, begin a relationship that will have consequences.


201: The Show Must Go On
directed by: Morgan Freeman Air Date: October 4, 2015

When contact with Air Force One has been lost, the Vice-President was stricken and in the hospital, the Secretary of Defense has resigned, and the President Pro Tempor has had a series of strokes, Madam Secretary became Madam President. Her daughter was found in a hotel room with the President’s son and her husband is being forced to turn one of his Russian students into an American spy. The secretary was supposed to sing a novelty song at the Eastern Trade Conference. Fortunately, she didn’t.


202: The Doability Doctrine
directed by: Eric Stoltz Air Date: October 11, 2015

Elizabeth takes advice from former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and ignores President Dalton’s recommendation on how to negotiate the safe return of a Sate Department employee who was kidnapped in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Henry is having trouble persuading a student to spy for the U.S. government.


204: Waiting for Taleju
directed by: Felix Alcalá Air Date: October 25, 2015

Elizabeth finds herself pushed out of the President’s inner circle after she disagrees with his response to the growing tension with Russia. Also, when incriminating photos of Stevie and Harrison surface, Elizabeth and Henry must deal with the aftermath and try to protect their daughter from the media.