Elizabeth is shocked to find out that the President is considering replacing her on Madam Secretary. "Vartius" is the 23rd episode of the show's second season.
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The U.S. debates taking on a mission to secure nuclear weapons in Pakistan on Madam Secretary.
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The President makes a surprise move to capture the most wanted terrorist on Madam Secretary. "Connection Lost" is the 21st episode of the show's second season.
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When Elizabeth negotiates with Russia it causes friction between her and Henry on Madam Secretary. "Ghost Detainee" is the 20th episode of the show's second season.
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Henry and Elizabeth work together both at home and at work on Madam Secretary. "Desperate Remedies" is the 19th episode of the show's second season.
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Elizabeth is involved in peace talks between India and Pakistan on Madam Secretary. "On the Clock" is the 18th episode of the show's second season.
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Elizabeth goes on college campus tours with Allison on Madam Secretary. "Higher Learning" is the 17th episode of the show's second season.
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Henry and Elizabeth now get to work together on Madam Secretary. "Hijriyyah" is the 16th episode of the show's second season.
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Henry ends up in the hospital on Madam Secretary. "Right of the Boom" is the 15th episode of the show's second season.
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Elizabeth tries to save an important arms deal with Saudi Arabia on Madam Secretary. "Left of the Boom" is the 14th episode of the show's second season.
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Henry and his sister have a confrontation concerning their father on Madam Secretary. "Invasive Species" is the 13th episode of the show's second season.
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Elizabeth is surprised to receive resistance towards the Pacific Rim treaty on Madam Secretary.
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Madam Secretary Quotes

The terrorist group Hizb al-Shahid has only been in existence for a short time, but has already perpetrated countless acts of violence across the globe including setting off a dirty bomb in Virginia. My family was at ground zero during the attack and because of that I wondered if I was the right person to stand here today and ask you for your help. Is it too personal? And then I realized, yes, it is personal to me, and to every single one of us. Because the principal at the core of the United Nations is that all people, regardless of race, color, or creed, deserve to live lives of peace, free from the tyranny of sudden violence.

Elizabeth

Jason: Some woman says it's the President's office.
Elizabeth: The PTA?
Jason: The United States.