When Elizabeth is profiled in a news magazine, she is upset the coverage is more focused on her looks than the peace deal she is on the verge of brokering. The stress of the peace talks means that Jay hasn't seen his family in almost a month. His wife, Abby, is unhappy, both about his neglect and her isolation from the working/adult world. When the rabbi organizing a youth soccer game between Iranian and Israeli children is killed by a bomber opposed to the peace deal, the team works to at least salvage a cease-fire agreement from the wreckage. Elizabeth leverages a fellow alumnae's interest in her rumored Nobel nomination to get the soccer teams to the states for their game. The cease fire agreement gets pulled off. Jay asks Matt if he can stay with him for a few days.
Henry goes to the FBI to help brief the undercover agent heading into the militia a number of former COJ members have joined. Henry is less than impressed with the agent at first, but eventually agrees to be his handler.
Daisy's flirtation with a OMB employee goes off the rails a bit when he isn't able to help her get the funding for the soccer game, but he still asks her out on a date. She considers accepting.