So Dmitri is basically banished to the farthest reaches of the United States.Stevie, unsurprisingly, is not thrilled with any of this. She really thought she was dating Alexander from the War College.She’s being so serious and Henry is like a one-man comedy skit, grunting and grimacing as he tries to pull her coat out from under her.Even in the midst of her dejected moment, Elizabeth finally leans forward to help him out.She’s used to working with Conrad and Russell, but now she’s forced to work alongside Vice President Hurst. While in Russia, Elizabeth offers tips to the VP about what she should do or say, but Hurst is less than receptive.. It almost feels like Elizabeth is trying to teach her kids something and they’re rolling their eyes, positive that they know better. The way she says that is like a mom who tires of fighting with her child and eventually puts her foot down saying, “Because I said so, that’s why!When Russia’s president wants to negotiate, Elizabeth says the United States needs to walk. It’s not like he declared war.” For someone who thinks she’s POTUS material, she doesn’t know crap about international diplomacy or the repercussions that could come from even the simplest of moves. ” In the end, Elizabeth comes up with the idea to use Zhukov to convince Russia to lift its ban.
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I’m not sure how Tim and Téa never broke character or even cracked a smile. We’ve had such a drought of cute, innocent scenes for the last few seasons that this is the most memorable of the entire episode for me. Other things: --”You and I both want the same thing: to bring those orphans home as quickly as possible.” “Yes, but only one of us is cutting a campaign ad.” All the bloops.
--Of course the code names during the takedown of Zhukov were “cardinal” and “bishop.” A little Catholic church hierarchy.
--”Look, Alexander was no Harrison or Armon.” “Do you mean Arthur?
” Henry darn well remembers Arthur’s name, but I love this little playful game he plays with Stevie, as she questions her choice in men.