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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:35,739 --> 00:00:37,608 Hello. 2 00:00:37,609 --> 00:00:39,478 DALTON: I wanted to express my condolences... 3 00:00:39,479 --> 00:00:42,038 Thank you, Mr. President. 4 00:00:42,039 --> 00:00:45,169 My husband held you in great esteem, as well. 5 00:00:45,179 --> 00:00:47,278 I'm sending Secretary McCord. 6 00:00:47,279 --> 00:00:49,839 I see. 7 00:00:49,898 --> 00:00:52,097 Very well. I understand. 8 00:00:52,098 --> 00:00:55,467 Secretary McCord will be most welcome then. 9 00:00:55,468 --> 00:00:56,867 (Dalton speaks indistinctly) 10 00:00:56,868 --> 00:00:58,968 Thank you again. Good-bye. 11 00:01:00,878 --> 00:01:03,547 How did she sound? 12 00:01:03,548 --> 00:01:05,077 Like her husband just died. 13 00:01:05,078 --> 00:01:06,478 CRAIG: So, like a Russian. 14 00:01:07,548 --> 00:01:09,447 What? Too soon? 15 00:01:09,448 --> 00:01:11,947 I think we should talk about what comes next. 16 00:01:11,948 --> 00:01:14,247 Sir, unless a strong successor to Ostrov 17 00:01:14,248 --> 00:01:16,078 is put in place quickly... 18 00:01:16,088 --> 00:01:18,087 Which is unlikely, given Ostrov's deliberately built 19 00:01:18,088 --> 00:01:19,287 the entire state around himself. 20 00:01:19,288 --> 00:01:21,387 Concentric rings of instability 21 00:01:21,388 --> 00:01:23,287 are gonna ripple across Russia and the globe. 22 00:01:23,288 --> 00:01:24,448 JACKSON: Briefing's in five minutes. 23 00:01:24,458 --> 00:01:25,588 We should talk on the way. 24 00:01:25,598 --> 00:01:27,897 DALTON: So, no confidence in Rozovsky? 25 00:01:27,898 --> 00:01:29,397 JACKSON: Well, he's acting president 26 00:01:29,398 --> 00:01:31,933 until he calls for elections, but the man's got 27 00:01:31,934 --> 00:01:33,358 the backbone of a wet sponge. 28 00:01:33,368 --> 00:01:34,797 So either there's a power vacuum 29 00:01:34,798 --> 00:01:36,228 and possibly a civil war or some general 30 00:01:36,238 --> 00:01:38,637 who's even more hard-line than Ostrov winds up in charge. 31 00:01:38,638 --> 00:01:41,437 Both options would be a disaster for U.S. security. 32 00:01:41,438 --> 00:01:43,468 Our best bulwark is to push back hard 33 00:01:43,478 --> 00:01:45,537 with a strong, clear agenda of our own. 34 00:01:45,538 --> 00:01:47,568 You're arguing for direct military aid to Ukraine? 35 00:01:47,578 --> 00:01:49,277 For starters, sir, yes. 36 00:01:49,278 --> 00:01:51,947 Put an end to this "Greater Russia" nonsense right now 37 00:01:51,948 --> 00:01:53,947 while they're down. 38 00:01:53,948 --> 00:01:56,578 Mr. President, with respect, 39 00:01:56,588 --> 00:02:00,187 Russia is already completely on edge about our intentions. 40 00:02:00,188 --> 00:02:02,223 We've had some pretty close calls 41 00:02:02,224 --> 00:02:03,548 over the last six months. 42 00:02:03,558 --> 00:02:05,457 Due to their provocations. Agreed. 43 00:02:05,458 --> 00:02:07,027 No one's calling them the good guys here, 44 00:02:07,028 --> 00:02:10,127 but if we escalate and someone over there gets jittery, 45 00:02:10,128 --> 00:02:11,427 it could go nuclear. 46 00:02:11,428 --> 00:02:13,358 JACKSON: World War III. 47 00:02:13,368 --> 00:02:15,198 Not exactly great for your poll numbers. 48 00:02:16,468 --> 00:02:18,987 What do you suggest? 49 00:02:18,988 --> 00:02:21,507 I think Foreign Minister Gorev is our best hope 50 00:02:21,508 --> 00:02:24,107 for a decent partner in Russia. 51 00:02:24,108 --> 00:02:25,537 We can help him get there. 52 00:02:25,538 --> 00:02:27,387 How? 53 00:02:27,388 --> 00:02:29,238 We use him to reach out to the generals. 54 00:02:29,248 --> 00:02:31,413 They're the real power behind the throne, 55 00:02:31,414 --> 00:02:33,207 whoever sits on it. And tell them what? 56 00:02:33,208 --> 00:02:35,468 That we're interested in improving relations 57 00:02:35,478 --> 00:02:37,508 on a host of issues, including Ukraine. 58 00:02:37,518 --> 00:02:39,317 They're not all warmongers, 59 00:02:39,318 --> 00:02:42,217 and they have reasons to want to make a deal with us. 60 00:02:42,218 --> 00:02:46,917 And if they do, Gorev is the man that got us there. 61 00:02:46,918 --> 00:02:48,518 CRAIG: That's a big "if" 62 00:02:48,528 --> 00:02:50,593 between you and your glorious era 63 00:02:50,594 --> 00:02:53,518 of neo-Glasnost, Madam Secretary. DALTON: I want a plan 64 00:02:53,528 --> 00:02:55,267 before you leave for Russia tomorrow. 65 00:02:55,268 --> 00:02:57,558 Yes, sir. 66 00:02:57,568 --> 00:02:59,067 JACKSON: Mr. President, 67 00:02:59,068 --> 00:03:02,037 Mr. Shaw here is going to brief us on the hack 68 00:03:02,038 --> 00:03:03,397 of Air Force One. 69 00:03:03,398 --> 00:03:04,958 Make it quick, son. 70 00:03:04,968 --> 00:03:06,567 Russia's imploding. 71 00:03:06,568 --> 00:03:08,498 OLIVER: We still don't know who perpetrated the attack, sir, 72 00:03:08,508 --> 00:03:11,277 but whoever it was... They've managed to develop 73 00:03:11,278 --> 00:03:14,077 next-gen kinetic cyber intrusion capabilities 74 00:03:14,078 --> 00:03:16,313 beyond anything in America's arsenal. 75 00:03:16,314 --> 00:03:18,977 So we're facing an unknown enemy who's better armed than us. 76 00:03:18,978 --> 00:03:20,708 We're probably talking about Russia, China, 77 00:03:20,718 --> 00:03:22,453 Iran, maybe North Korea, right? 78 00:03:22,454 --> 00:03:24,448 Yes, ma'am, but the hackers were very good 79 00:03:24,458 --> 00:03:25,807 about covering their tracks. 80 00:03:25,808 --> 00:03:27,157 DALTON: And we still don't know if they could 81 00:03:27,158 --> 00:03:28,457 pull off another such attack? 82 00:03:28,458 --> 00:03:29,907 My team and I are working 83 00:03:29,908 --> 00:03:31,357 around the clock to prevent that from happening. 84 00:03:31,358 --> 00:03:32,427 But no. 85 00:03:32,428 --> 00:03:33,597 JACKSON: So, bottom line is, 86 00:03:33,598 --> 00:03:36,057 Air Force One is still grounded? 87 00:03:36,058 --> 00:03:37,188 I'm afraid so, sir. 88 00:03:37,198 --> 00:03:39,668 But my plane's good to go, right? 89 00:03:42,368 --> 00:03:43,738 Excellent. 90 00:03:45,298 --> 00:03:47,498 "The era of neo-Glasnost"? He actually said that? Yeah. 91 00:03:47,508 --> 00:03:50,537 Oh. The guy is such an assh... Hi... 92 00:03:50,538 --> 00:03:51,498 Hey. Baby! 93 00:03:51,508 --> 00:03:52,977 What you got there, son? 94 00:03:52,978 --> 00:03:54,207 His summer school report card. 95 00:03:54,208 --> 00:03:55,377 (singsongy): It's gonna su-uck! 96 00:03:55,378 --> 00:03:56,577 Ali... Yeah. 97 00:03:56,578 --> 00:03:58,477 Be nice. I'm excited. 98 00:03:58,478 --> 00:04:00,977 Really excited. And, listen, son, whatever's in there... 99 00:04:00,978 --> 00:04:02,438 We're both really proud of you. 100 00:04:02,448 --> 00:04:04,077 ELIZABETH: Holy crap. 101 00:04:04,078 --> 00:04:05,438 Holy crap. 102 00:04:05,448 --> 00:04:07,178 Two As and a B-plus?! 103 00:04:07,188 --> 00:04:09,557 (laughs) I knew you could do it. 104 00:04:09,558 --> 00:04:10,837 Thanks, Mom. I'm so proud of you. 105 00:04:10,838 --> 00:04:12,127 (imitates explosion) ALISON: All right, up top. 106 00:04:12,128 --> 00:04:13,578 You win. 107 00:04:13,588 --> 00:04:15,518 Hey, let's talk about an "A" in Geometry? Dude. 108 00:04:15,528 --> 00:04:17,157 Thanks. ELIZABETH: Yeah. 109 00:04:17,158 --> 00:04:19,658 Actually, um, let's talk... about this. 110 00:04:21,698 --> 00:04:25,338 Permission slip to try out for football? Huh. 111 00:04:26,638 --> 00:04:28,568 Really? 112 00:04:29,568 --> 00:04:31,198 Really. 113 00:04:33,308 --> 00:04:36,477 (laughs) 114 00:04:36,478 --> 00:04:38,337 (water running) 115 00:04:38,338 --> 00:04:41,407 He totally rope-a-doped us with that report card, didn't he? 116 00:04:41,408 --> 00:04:44,008 Well, if his long con was getting great grades all summer 117 00:04:44,018 --> 00:04:45,747 so he could try out for the football team, 118 00:04:45,748 --> 00:04:47,147 that's fine with me. 119 00:04:47,148 --> 00:04:48,608 Well, are you also fine 120 00:04:48,618 --> 00:04:50,657 with him potentially ruining his knees or his brain? 121 00:04:50,658 --> 00:04:52,608 Oh, come on, babe. That's... 122 00:04:52,618 --> 00:04:54,717 Do I need to show you the studies? 123 00:04:54,718 --> 00:04:56,318 I'm just saying that it might be good 124 00:04:56,328 --> 00:04:57,587 for him to be part of a team. 125 00:04:57,588 --> 00:04:59,348 That's another thing. 126 00:04:59,358 --> 00:05:02,627 How is it that our proud little anarchist weirdo 127 00:05:02,628 --> 00:05:05,567 wants to play football of all things? 128 00:05:05,568 --> 00:05:07,767 Well, he's actually a pretty fast runner. 129 00:05:07,768 --> 00:05:09,737 And, hey, sometimes doing the thing 130 00:05:09,738 --> 00:05:12,367 that seems the least punk rock is actually 131 00:05:12,368 --> 00:05:14,207 the most punk rock act of all. 132 00:05:14,208 --> 00:05:16,367 Okay. 133 00:05:16,368 --> 00:05:18,098 Thank you, Joe Strummer. I'll keep that in mind. 134 00:05:18,108 --> 00:05:19,677 But can we just 135 00:05:19,678 --> 00:05:21,547 please hold off on signing that permission slip 136 00:05:21,548 --> 00:05:24,007 until I get back? 137 00:05:24,008 --> 00:05:26,468 Maybe you can work your magic and figure out 138 00:05:26,478 --> 00:05:28,438 why he's hot on this all of the sudden. 139 00:05:28,448 --> 00:05:30,517 Fair enough. Magic will be worked. Okay. 140 00:05:30,518 --> 00:05:33,547 Which one of these dresses says, 141 00:05:33,548 --> 00:05:37,548 "I'm terribly sorry your heartless autocrat husband 142 00:05:37,558 --> 00:05:39,157 is finally dead?" 143 00:05:39,158 --> 00:05:42,657 Well, I know which one makes this heartless autocrat 144 00:05:42,658 --> 00:05:45,218 of a husband glad he's not dead. 145 00:05:45,228 --> 00:05:48,688 Oh, my God, that is the lamest come-on line ever. 146 00:05:48,698 --> 00:05:51,197 I mean, that's... 147 00:05:51,198 --> 00:05:53,298 (laughing): That is the stupidest thing... 148 00:05:53,308 --> 00:05:55,637 And yet, it's working. 149 00:05:55,638 --> 00:05:58,237 ELIZABETH: Ostrov 150 00:05:58,238 --> 00:06:00,237 antagonized America for domestic reasons, 151 00:06:00,238 --> 00:06:02,168 to maintain his grip on power. 152 00:06:02,178 --> 00:06:04,447 Now he's dead. 153 00:06:04,448 --> 00:06:07,547 Am I crazy to think there's a window of opportunity here? 154 00:06:07,548 --> 00:06:09,687 NADINE: I agree, ma'am. 155 00:06:09,688 --> 00:06:12,387 But the question is: what do the generals want? 156 00:06:12,388 --> 00:06:13,687 DAISY: To get out from under 157 00:06:13,688 --> 00:06:15,517 the sanctions we slapped on them? 158 00:06:15,518 --> 00:06:17,348 And to back out of Ostrov's stupid war of choice 159 00:06:17,358 --> 00:06:19,957 in Eastern Ukraine. 160 00:06:19,958 --> 00:06:22,567 So, can we give them a way to declare victory and go home? 161 00:06:22,568 --> 00:06:23,688 MATT: But why? 162 00:06:23,698 --> 00:06:25,567 Ultimately, they win on the battlefield. 163 00:06:25,568 --> 00:06:27,233 JAY: 'Cause it's costing far more lives 164 00:06:27,234 --> 00:06:29,528 and rubles than they want to admit. 165 00:06:29,538 --> 00:06:33,467 What if we can convince the Ukrainians to sign off 166 00:06:33,468 --> 00:06:35,667 on a vote for greater autonomy in the east? 167 00:06:35,668 --> 00:06:37,668 It's rewarding Russian aggression. It's also the fig leaf 168 00:06:37,678 --> 00:06:39,407 they need. 169 00:06:39,408 --> 00:06:40,798 And what does the government in Kiev get, 170 00:06:40,808 --> 00:06:43,638 besides potentially signing away half of their country? 171 00:06:43,648 --> 00:06:46,517 Peace in a war they can't win. 172 00:06:46,518 --> 00:06:47,647 Serious military guarantees 173 00:06:47,648 --> 00:06:49,538 from us for Western Ukraine 174 00:06:49,548 --> 00:06:51,578 if the east does vote for greater autonomy. 175 00:06:51,588 --> 00:06:54,857 And if the vote is fair, it may even go Kiev's way. 176 00:06:54,858 --> 00:06:57,457 Also, if Gorev's the guy who got the sanctions lifted, 177 00:06:57,458 --> 00:06:59,357 he'll look pretty good to the Russian people. 178 00:06:59,358 --> 00:07:01,557 NADINE: And from an American perspective, 179 00:07:01,558 --> 00:07:03,657 a President Gorev is certainly 180 00:07:03,658 --> 00:07:05,618 the least bad option on the table. 181 00:07:05,628 --> 00:07:08,588 Ha! Look at that. Everybody wins. 182 00:07:08,598 --> 00:07:11,237 Blake, will you get Foreign Minister Gorev on the phone? 183 00:07:11,238 --> 00:07:13,437 Thank you. 184 00:07:13,438 --> 00:07:14,667 I'll tell the secretary the foreign minister 185 00:07:14,668 --> 00:07:16,598 will call her back in a few minutes. Thank you. 186 00:07:16,608 --> 00:07:17,877 (barks) Is she in? 187 00:07:17,878 --> 00:07:19,598 Uh, she's a little busy. 188 00:07:19,608 --> 00:07:21,607 Hey, take Gordon outside while I'm in there, will you? 189 00:07:21,608 --> 00:07:22,877 What? No, I'm a little busy, too. 190 00:07:22,878 --> 00:07:24,777 So, get an intern to do it, delegate. 191 00:07:24,778 --> 00:07:26,618 Honestly, I'm concerned about your problem-solving skills. 192 00:07:26,608 --> 00:07:28,768 (barks) Oh, and you're gonna... you're gonna want that. 193 00:07:28,778 --> 00:07:31,238 Someone's had a lot of treats this morning, 194 00:07:31,248 --> 00:07:32,447 hasn't someone? Yes, someone has. 195 00:07:32,448 --> 00:07:34,447 (barks, whines) 196 00:07:34,448 --> 00:07:35,878 You have a Craig Sterling problem, 197 00:07:35,888 --> 00:07:37,687 and we need to talk about it. Good morning. 198 00:07:37,688 --> 00:07:39,287 'Cause if you don't get this 199 00:07:39,288 --> 00:07:40,887 under control, you are going to be boxed out 200 00:07:40,888 --> 00:07:42,618 of POTUS's inner circle. 201 00:07:42,628 --> 00:07:43,897 Is that even geometrically possible? 202 00:07:43,898 --> 00:07:45,837 And when that happens, 203 00:07:45,838 --> 00:07:47,788 you will leave office with no legacy, which, in this town, is 204 00:07:47,798 --> 00:07:49,868 worse than being dead. 205 00:07:50,798 --> 00:07:53,727 Have I told you how sad I feel 206 00:07:53,728 --> 00:07:55,888 for literally everyone who lives here? 207 00:07:55,898 --> 00:07:58,428 It's getting around that you are 208 00:07:58,438 --> 00:08:00,167 on the outs with the White House. 209 00:08:00,168 --> 00:08:01,767 Because Craig is leaking it. 210 00:08:01,768 --> 00:08:04,268 Because POTUS and Russell Jackson want him to. 211 00:08:04,278 --> 00:08:07,537 Are you listening now? Good. 212 00:08:07,538 --> 00:08:09,738 'Cause here's the thing: right now you are the face 213 00:08:09,748 --> 00:08:11,747 of the administration's successes in foreign policy, 214 00:08:11,748 --> 00:08:12,917 not Dalton. 215 00:08:12,918 --> 00:08:14,547 Oh, come on. 216 00:08:14,548 --> 00:08:17,347 Okay, don't "Aw, shucks" me, okay? 217 00:08:17,348 --> 00:08:18,778 These guys have a reelection to win. 218 00:08:18,788 --> 00:08:20,917 They brought Sterling in to ride herd on you. 219 00:08:20,918 --> 00:08:23,457 They want to be seen as running the show. Fine. 220 00:08:23,458 --> 00:08:25,487 Let them. It's their show! Bess, listen to me! 221 00:08:25,488 --> 00:08:27,827 If you plant your flag on this Russia thing, you need to win. 222 00:08:27,828 --> 00:08:30,257 Because if you don't, your credibility with POTUS is shot. 223 00:08:30,258 --> 00:08:32,427 And by the way, Craig Sterling is gaming it 224 00:08:32,428 --> 00:08:33,827 so that you won't win. 225 00:08:33,828 --> 00:08:35,697 You need to push back. 226 00:08:35,698 --> 00:08:37,827 Why bother? 227 00:08:37,828 --> 00:08:42,397 I mean, you're saying that even if I win, I lose. 228 00:08:42,398 --> 00:08:44,558 Because if you lose, you lose worse. 229 00:08:44,568 --> 00:08:46,567 (sighs) 230 00:08:46,568 --> 00:08:47,898 What do you have in mind? 231 00:08:47,908 --> 00:08:50,777 I could put together a binder. 232 00:08:50,778 --> 00:08:54,778 No. I am not doing oppo research on a colleague. 233 00:08:55,748 --> 00:08:57,847 Think of it as interesting trivia, 234 00:08:57,848 --> 00:08:59,697 if that helps. 235 00:08:59,698 --> 00:09:01,547 If I can't win on the merits, then I deserve to be boxed out. 236 00:09:01,548 --> 00:09:03,608 Of the circle, which, 237 00:09:03,618 --> 00:09:05,887 again, makes no sense. BLAKE: Ma'am? 238 00:09:05,888 --> 00:09:08,287 I have Foreign Minister Gorev for you on SVTC. 239 00:09:08,288 --> 00:09:09,887 Great. Put him through. 240 00:09:09,888 --> 00:09:12,357 No binder. 241 00:09:12,358 --> 00:09:15,498 Don't say I didn't warn you. 242 00:09:17,858 --> 00:09:19,688 GOREV: But we have no troops in Ukraine. 243 00:09:19,698 --> 00:09:22,797 And if we did, why would we pull them out? We're winning. 244 00:09:22,798 --> 00:09:23,988 ELIZABETH: Maybe, but there are 245 00:09:23,998 --> 00:09:25,828 an awful lot of trucks filled with coffins 246 00:09:25,838 --> 00:09:27,907 driving back to Russia in the dead of night. 247 00:09:27,908 --> 00:09:32,777 Also, with the sanctions still in place, your economy has 248 00:09:32,778 --> 00:09:35,847 about as much chance of coming back to life as Pavel Ostrov. 249 00:09:35,848 --> 00:09:37,777 May his memory be eternal. 250 00:09:37,778 --> 00:09:40,847 And why do you want me to broker this deal with the generals? 251 00:09:40,848 --> 00:09:44,487 Because they know that you are both an honest broker 252 00:09:44,488 --> 00:09:47,167 and a patriot. 253 00:09:47,168 --> 00:09:49,857 Two traits they would perhaps admire in a president, no? 254 00:09:49,858 --> 00:09:53,697 You're playing on my vanity and ambition here, I'm assuming. 255 00:09:53,698 --> 00:09:55,688 And your sense of duty. 256 00:09:55,698 --> 00:09:57,327 (sighs) 257 00:09:57,328 --> 00:10:00,297 Do you think the generals would be open to my proposal? 258 00:10:00,298 --> 00:10:04,867 They might be if negotiations were handled discreetly. 259 00:10:04,868 --> 00:10:07,467 Of course. 260 00:10:07,468 --> 00:10:09,728 Peace and prosperity. 261 00:10:09,738 --> 00:10:11,967 That's what I'm offering, Anton. 262 00:10:11,968 --> 00:10:14,868 I'm just glad you're not making me drink to them. 263 00:10:14,878 --> 00:10:17,043 Two days of nothing but black bread and vodka? 264 00:10:17,044 --> 00:10:19,968 I tell you, Ostrov's death is going to kill me. 265 00:10:19,978 --> 00:10:23,417 Well, don't kick the bucket yet. I need you. 266 00:10:23,418 --> 00:10:25,377 I'm moved by your concern. 267 00:10:25,378 --> 00:10:27,438 I'll be in touch, Elizabeth. 268 00:10:31,358 --> 00:10:33,357 IVAN: Russia 269 00:10:33,358 --> 00:10:35,987 needed results, and Pavel Ostrov delivered! 270 00:10:35,988 --> 00:10:37,548 The man was a dictator 271 00:10:37,558 --> 00:10:39,327 with the temperament of Ivan the Terrible... 272 00:10:39,328 --> 00:10:40,497 This is exactly why... 273 00:10:40,498 --> 00:10:41,987 and the looks of Leonid Brezhnev. 274 00:10:41,988 --> 00:10:43,477 The United Kingdom is no longer an empire. 275 00:10:43,478 --> 00:10:44,967 Good morning. Good morning, all. Good morning, everybody. 276 00:10:44,968 --> 00:10:46,633 I think, in light of recent events, 277 00:10:46,634 --> 00:10:49,897 we should take a few minutes before diving into your papers 278 00:10:49,898 --> 00:10:54,798 on the theory of the Just War, which were, sadly, just okay. 279 00:10:54,808 --> 00:10:57,437 So, does anybody else have 280 00:10:57,438 --> 00:11:01,038 anything they want to say about the passing of President Ostrov? 281 00:11:01,048 --> 00:11:02,777 Frankly, the man looked like he'd been dead for years. 282 00:11:02,778 --> 00:11:05,217 President Pavel Ostrov 283 00:11:05,218 --> 00:11:07,647 restored Russia to its rightful place as a great power. 284 00:11:07,648 --> 00:11:08,678 He took back lands that were stolen from us, 285 00:11:08,688 --> 00:11:09,747 rebuilt our economy, 286 00:11:09,748 --> 00:11:10,908 and, through his strength, 287 00:11:10,918 --> 00:11:12,747 made the world respect us 288 00:11:12,748 --> 00:11:14,548 once again. 289 00:11:19,488 --> 00:11:20,887 Well, cheers, 290 00:11:20,888 --> 00:11:22,348 lads, for that scene from a Soviet 291 00:11:22,358 --> 00:11:23,888 propaganda film. 292 00:11:23,898 --> 00:11:25,557 Okay. 293 00:11:25,558 --> 00:11:27,558 Anybody else want to weigh in? 294 00:11:27,568 --> 00:11:28,997 All right, let's get started. 295 00:11:28,998 --> 00:11:30,533 CRAIG: So Gorev claims 296 00:11:30,534 --> 00:11:31,928 he can deliver the generals. 297 00:11:31,938 --> 00:11:34,467 But how exactly do you plan to deliver the Ukrainians? 298 00:11:34,468 --> 00:11:36,607 I would pitch this to President Bozek 299 00:11:36,608 --> 00:11:39,507 when I stop in Kiev en route to Moscow. 300 00:11:39,508 --> 00:11:42,907 It is the best outcome he can hope for. 301 00:11:42,908 --> 00:11:47,507 Best for us, too, if it lands Gorev in the top spot. 302 00:11:47,508 --> 00:11:49,768 Make the ask to Bozek when you get to Ukraine, Bess. 303 00:11:49,778 --> 00:11:51,777 If he signs off, Gorev can set a meeting 304 00:11:51,778 --> 00:11:53,478 between you and the generals in Moscow. 305 00:11:54,788 --> 00:11:56,447 That'll be all. 306 00:11:56,448 --> 00:11:58,548 Thank you, sir. 307 00:11:58,558 --> 00:12:00,957 Oh, hey, uh, Craig. 308 00:12:00,958 --> 00:12:03,427 What can I do for you, Madam Secretary? 309 00:12:03,428 --> 00:12:05,697 Well, you can start by calling me Elizabeth. 310 00:12:05,698 --> 00:12:08,897 Sure. Listen... (sighs) we may not be 311 00:12:08,898 --> 00:12:10,697 on the same side of every issue, 312 00:12:10,698 --> 00:12:13,027 but we are on the same team. 313 00:12:13,028 --> 00:12:14,558 How about we have lunch sometime? 314 00:12:14,568 --> 00:12:17,767 Trying to make nice with Russia is dangerous folly. 315 00:12:17,768 --> 00:12:19,678 You may have won this round, 316 00:12:19,688 --> 00:12:21,607 but I won't rest until the president understands that. 317 00:12:21,608 --> 00:12:25,747 Wait. So, just to parse the metaphor: 318 00:12:25,748 --> 00:12:27,907 now we're in a boxing match, 319 00:12:27,908 --> 00:12:30,568 a sport in which, of course, there are no teams, 320 00:12:30,578 --> 00:12:32,438 just two guys punching it out? 321 00:12:32,448 --> 00:12:34,747 Is that where we are? 322 00:12:34,748 --> 00:12:37,047 Fine. You want to have lunch, Elizabeth? Let's have lunch. 323 00:12:37,048 --> 00:12:40,848 Great. I'll have my office set it up. 324 00:12:40,858 --> 00:12:43,827 Uh, so we're clear... (clears throat) 325 00:12:43,828 --> 00:12:46,957 you improvised your way to some wins in your first year. 326 00:12:46,958 --> 00:12:48,857 No doubt about it. 327 00:12:48,858 --> 00:12:50,758 But when it comes to foreign policy, what this nation 328 00:12:50,768 --> 00:12:53,927 needs is a strong, clear strategy. 329 00:12:53,928 --> 00:12:56,558 Now, the president brought me in to deliver exactly that, 330 00:12:56,568 --> 00:12:57,907 which should tell you something 331 00:12:57,908 --> 00:13:01,928 about his estimation of your achievements. 332 00:13:04,008 --> 00:13:06,407 Still want to have that lunch? 333 00:13:06,408 --> 00:13:10,478 Everyone's raving about the salmon croquettes at Girard's. 334 00:13:25,588 --> 00:13:27,648 Better papers next time, guys. 335 00:13:28,598 --> 00:13:30,898 Hey. 336 00:13:34,928 --> 00:13:38,528 Don't you think you protested a little much there? 337 00:13:38,538 --> 00:13:41,207 Maybe I was sincerely grieving for my country. 338 00:13:41,208 --> 00:13:42,578 Remember sincerity, Professor? 339 00:13:44,138 --> 00:13:46,137 We need you to go to the Russian Embassy. 340 00:13:46,138 --> 00:13:49,538 There's a memorial for President Ostrov tomorrow at 6:00. 341 00:13:49,548 --> 00:13:50,548 Yes, I was invited. 342 00:13:50,549 --> 00:13:51,777 We know. 343 00:13:51,778 --> 00:13:53,508 We'd like you to approach Ambassador Zinchenko 344 00:13:53,518 --> 00:13:55,047 if you can, see if you can get his take 345 00:13:55,048 --> 00:13:56,838 on who might replace Ostrov. 346 00:13:56,848 --> 00:13:58,678 He deals with generals, not no-name captains. 347 00:13:58,688 --> 00:14:00,217 That will be suspicious. 348 00:14:00,218 --> 00:14:02,217 Eh, it doesn't have to be. He's a man who's known to drink, 349 00:14:02,218 --> 00:14:04,778 and it's an occasion where everyone else will be, too. 350 00:14:04,788 --> 00:14:06,748 What happens if I fail? 351 00:14:06,758 --> 00:14:08,087 Hmm? 352 00:14:08,088 --> 00:14:09,748 Do you know what they do to spies in Russia? 353 00:14:09,758 --> 00:14:10,957 We won't let that happen. 354 00:14:10,958 --> 00:14:12,888 And, besides, it's just a conversation. 355 00:14:18,968 --> 00:14:20,568 And if I refuse? 356 00:14:26,738 --> 00:14:29,498 How's your sister? 357 00:14:31,008 --> 00:14:34,008 She arrived in Stockholm yesterday. 358 00:14:34,018 --> 00:14:36,147 They've admitted her into the drug trial. 359 00:14:36,148 --> 00:14:38,078 And, yes, I remember the deal we made. 360 00:14:38,088 --> 00:14:40,787 Good. 361 00:14:40,788 --> 00:14:43,257 I'll be in touch afterwards for the debrief. 362 00:14:43,258 --> 00:14:45,787 You can do this, Dmitri. 363 00:14:45,788 --> 00:14:49,088 I'm honored by your confidence, Professor McCord. 364 00:14:49,098 --> 00:14:51,097 (door opens) 365 00:14:51,098 --> 00:14:52,998 (door shuts) 366 00:14:55,828 --> 00:14:57,758 I've always said this room needed a tent. 367 00:14:57,768 --> 00:15:00,167 As you can see, the upgraded Secure Communications Tent 368 00:15:00,168 --> 00:15:03,167 features soundproof fabric, capable of blocking any long- 369 00:15:03,168 --> 00:15:05,898 or short-range attempts at surveillance. 370 00:15:05,908 --> 00:15:08,847 If you'll just follow me inside. 371 00:15:08,848 --> 00:15:10,547 That little guy projects 372 00:15:10,548 --> 00:15:12,217 a ring of electronic waves 373 00:15:12,218 --> 00:15:14,817 that block any other attempts at surveillance. 374 00:15:14,818 --> 00:15:16,117 In light of the Air Force One hack, 375 00:15:16,118 --> 00:15:17,647 the president wanted to take 376 00:15:17,648 --> 00:15:20,208 every precaution for the secretary's trip to Russia. 377 00:15:20,218 --> 00:15:21,208 Famous last words. 378 00:15:21,218 --> 00:15:22,778 Excuse me? 379 00:15:22,788 --> 00:15:25,187 It's a plane thing. She's, uh, a little uneasy 380 00:15:25,188 --> 00:15:28,248 since the secretary read us in about Air Force One. 381 00:15:28,258 --> 00:15:30,718 On that note, I wanted to personally assure the secretary 382 00:15:30,728 --> 00:15:32,667 that my team has run every possible diagnostic 383 00:15:32,668 --> 00:15:33,867 on her plane. 384 00:15:33,868 --> 00:15:35,133 It's all come back clean. Okay. 385 00:15:35,134 --> 00:15:37,158 Well, I'll let the secretary know. 386 00:15:37,168 --> 00:15:38,767 Thank you so much for your time. 387 00:15:38,768 --> 00:15:40,897 One question: how old are you? 388 00:15:40,898 --> 00:15:42,728 What? 389 00:15:42,738 --> 00:15:44,607 Seriously, how old? 390 00:15:44,608 --> 00:15:47,007 I'm 30. Uh, I graduated college at 17, 391 00:15:47,008 --> 00:15:49,677 moved to Silicon Valley, started my first company at 21... 392 00:15:49,678 --> 00:15:52,013 God, why is our culture so obsessed with youth? 393 00:15:52,014 --> 00:15:53,868 If someone's gonna tell me a plane's safe, 394 00:15:53,878 --> 00:15:55,838 I want it to be a grown-ass man. 395 00:15:55,848 --> 00:15:57,077 NADINE: Or woman. 396 00:15:57,078 --> 00:15:58,277 DAISY: Anyone but a child is the point. 397 00:15:58,278 --> 00:15:59,278 BLAKE: All right, Daisy, 398 00:15:59,288 --> 00:16:00,797 maybe we shouldn't yell 399 00:16:00,798 --> 00:16:02,308 at our nation's top cybersecurity official. 400 00:16:02,318 --> 00:16:04,548 Look, I totally get your concerns. 401 00:16:04,558 --> 00:16:05,817 But trust me, 402 00:16:05,818 --> 00:16:07,318 you're in good hands. 403 00:16:08,288 --> 00:16:09,818 MATT: Okay, man, 404 00:16:09,828 --> 00:16:11,197 don't make it weird. Thank you 405 00:16:11,198 --> 00:16:12,818 so much for coming in. 406 00:16:12,828 --> 00:16:15,627 I'm sure that the secretary will feel very reassured. 407 00:16:15,628 --> 00:16:17,327 OLIVER: And, look, if you want to worry about something, 408 00:16:17,328 --> 00:16:20,197 worry about simple mechanical issues. Okay! 409 00:16:20,198 --> 00:16:21,867 Compared to Air Force One, 410 00:16:21,868 --> 00:16:23,637 the secretary's plane's a real rust bucket. 411 00:16:23,638 --> 00:16:25,967 BLAKE: Oh! NADINE: Okay, thank you. Bye-bye. Bye-bye. 412 00:16:25,968 --> 00:16:27,137 Bye-bye. 413 00:16:27,138 --> 00:16:29,107 Great. 414 00:16:29,108 --> 00:16:33,638 Now we're all just standing in a tent. 415 00:16:36,338 --> 00:16:38,198 BOZEK: Madam Secretary, 416 00:16:38,208 --> 00:16:40,338 I must confess, I'm... 417 00:16:40,348 --> 00:16:42,877 a bit taken aback by your proposal. 418 00:16:42,878 --> 00:16:44,668 Russia foments a civil war in my country, 419 00:16:44,678 --> 00:16:46,677 backed by a stealth invasion, 420 00:16:46,678 --> 00:16:49,178 and for this you want me to reward them with a vote? 421 00:16:49,188 --> 00:16:52,157 A vote Kiev could well win if it's a fair one. 422 00:16:52,158 --> 00:16:54,957 If you think it will be fair, you don't know the Russians. 423 00:16:54,958 --> 00:16:57,957 I know they want out of your country. Yes. 424 00:16:57,958 --> 00:17:00,727 So long as I give them half of it. 425 00:17:00,728 --> 00:17:03,697 The UN will oversee the vote. 426 00:17:03,698 --> 00:17:05,367 But, more importantly, 427 00:17:05,368 --> 00:17:07,837 if the east opts for greater autonomy, 428 00:17:07,838 --> 00:17:11,837 the west of Ukraine will receive concrete security guarantees 429 00:17:11,838 --> 00:17:13,277 from the United States. 430 00:17:13,278 --> 00:17:16,268 Give them a way out, Mr. President, 431 00:17:16,278 --> 00:17:18,277 and the Russians will take it. 432 00:17:18,278 --> 00:17:20,007 Give them a way out? 433 00:17:20,008 --> 00:17:21,938 Our economy 434 00:17:21,948 --> 00:17:24,777 is in ruins, hospitals overflowing, roads 435 00:17:24,778 --> 00:17:27,747 choked with refugees, 436 00:17:27,748 --> 00:17:30,348 but now it falls to me to protect their pride? 437 00:17:30,358 --> 00:17:32,257 It's awful, 438 00:17:32,258 --> 00:17:35,257 I know, 439 00:17:35,258 --> 00:17:37,858 but this is how wars are ended. 440 00:17:40,098 --> 00:17:44,097 If I told you what the Soviets did to my grandparents, 441 00:17:44,098 --> 00:17:46,397 you wouldn't sleep for a month. 442 00:17:46,398 --> 00:17:49,228 But... 443 00:17:49,238 --> 00:17:51,937 if the Russians agree, 444 00:17:51,938 --> 00:17:53,278 so do I. 445 00:17:54,778 --> 00:17:56,377 God help me. 446 00:17:56,378 --> 00:17:57,847 (distant cheering, music) 447 00:17:57,848 --> 00:17:59,268 You hear that? 448 00:17:59,278 --> 00:18:02,348 (humming) 449 00:18:04,778 --> 00:18:06,838 My people are celebrating. 450 00:18:06,848 --> 00:18:09,418 We all envy you, you know. 451 00:18:10,748 --> 00:18:13,408 Because, unlike us, 452 00:18:13,418 --> 00:18:16,848 you'll get to see that bastard Ostrov in a box. 453 00:18:18,088 --> 00:18:20,087 Two minutes. 454 00:18:20,088 --> 00:18:22,088 WOMAN: He's here. 455 00:18:22,098 --> 00:18:24,027 Two-minute warning for the secretary. 456 00:18:24,028 --> 00:18:25,188 Copy that. 457 00:18:25,198 --> 00:18:27,327 Hey, American friend! Picture? 458 00:18:27,328 --> 00:18:29,027 What? 459 00:18:29,028 --> 00:18:30,828 Make picture, please? 460 00:18:30,838 --> 00:18:32,367 Oh, you-you want a photo? 461 00:18:32,368 --> 00:18:35,167 Is it okay if I just do a quick photo? All right. 462 00:18:35,168 --> 00:18:36,828 Uh, I'm just gonna do a quick photo with her. 463 00:18:36,838 --> 00:18:38,167 Great. All right. 464 00:18:38,168 --> 00:18:40,198 Your mom gonna take it? Here we go. 465 00:18:40,208 --> 00:18:41,307 All right. Thanks so much. 466 00:18:41,308 --> 00:18:44,077 Now my father, too. Your father? Oh, 467 00:18:44,078 --> 00:18:45,747 with your father? Okay, all right. Here we go. 468 00:18:45,748 --> 00:18:46,978 Okay. 469 00:18:48,248 --> 00:18:49,413 Oh, great. All right. 470 00:18:49,414 --> 00:18:50,708 God bless America. Thank you. 471 00:18:50,718 --> 00:18:52,527 God bless America. 472 00:18:52,528 --> 00:18:54,338 (quietly): She probably thinks I'm in a boy band. 473 00:18:54,348 --> 00:18:56,347 So what are you saying, Dmitri's not up for it? 474 00:18:56,348 --> 00:18:59,148 I'm saying he accepted the job, but he seemed... 475 00:18:59,158 --> 00:19:01,287 rattled and resentful about it. 476 00:19:01,288 --> 00:19:03,887 That's because he's our bitch now. 477 00:19:03,888 --> 00:19:05,887 Look, 478 00:19:05,888 --> 00:19:08,148 I think he's solid, but maybe we're pushing too hard, 479 00:19:08,158 --> 00:19:12,158 sending him on an op when Ostrov's body isn't even cold. 480 00:19:12,168 --> 00:19:14,367 What, so we should hold his hand 481 00:19:14,368 --> 00:19:16,303 till he's finished the grieving process? 482 00:19:16,304 --> 00:19:19,428 Why don't you go grab yourself an ice cream there, Scooter? 483 00:19:19,438 --> 00:19:22,977 Look, upstairs is freaking out over what comes next in Russia. 484 00:19:22,978 --> 00:19:26,277 We need the intel, Henry. This has to happen. 485 00:19:26,278 --> 00:19:28,277 I'm just concerned about Dmitri's state of mind. 486 00:19:28,278 --> 00:19:30,477 Well, as his handler, you're the last word on that. 487 00:19:30,478 --> 00:19:33,738 So I'd say we got a pretty big damn problem then, don't we? 488 00:19:41,188 --> 00:19:43,248 ♪ ♪ 489 00:19:49,298 --> 00:19:54,037 Mrs. Ostrova, please accept my condolences on behalf 490 00:19:54,038 --> 00:19:56,507 of the president and the people of the United States. 491 00:19:56,508 --> 00:19:58,777 We cooperated with your husband on a host of issues, 492 00:19:58,778 --> 00:20:00,498 and he will be missed. 493 00:20:00,508 --> 00:20:03,007 Thank you, Madam Secretary. 494 00:20:03,008 --> 00:20:05,207 You're very kind. Please, come, sit. 495 00:20:05,208 --> 00:20:07,268 Thank you. 496 00:20:15,248 --> 00:20:17,248 Oh, this is happening. Don't be such a wuss. 497 00:20:17,258 --> 00:20:18,487 Oh, yeah, says the girl who hid 498 00:20:18,488 --> 00:20:20,127 in the bathroom the entire flight. 499 00:20:20,128 --> 00:20:23,018 Just close your eyes and think of America. 500 00:20:40,238 --> 00:20:42,368 Mm. His poor wife. 501 00:20:42,378 --> 00:20:44,448 Yeah. 502 00:20:45,378 --> 00:20:47,177 She had to do that every night. 503 00:20:47,178 --> 00:20:48,777 NADINE: Rumor has it 504 00:20:48,778 --> 00:20:50,377 he had mistresses stashed in every dacha 505 00:20:50,378 --> 00:20:52,538 from here to Saint Petersburg. 506 00:20:52,548 --> 00:20:55,878 But, still, she was someone. The wife of the big boss. 507 00:20:55,888 --> 00:20:59,057 Now what's she gonna do, win another beauty pageant? 508 00:20:59,058 --> 00:21:01,797 After the funeral tomorrow, she shuffles off to Nice or Monaco, 509 00:21:01,798 --> 00:21:04,518 and that's that. It's kind of sad. 510 00:21:04,528 --> 00:21:06,397 Speaking of shuffling off, 511 00:21:06,398 --> 00:21:08,527 we should give the secretary the heads-up. 512 00:21:08,528 --> 00:21:11,488 She's got that meeting to prepare for. 513 00:21:13,438 --> 00:21:16,937 Gorev should have confirmed by now. Something's up. 514 00:21:16,938 --> 00:21:18,307 NADINE: Maybe the generals got spooked. 515 00:21:18,308 --> 00:21:20,477 Or maybe they saw this. 516 00:21:20,478 --> 00:21:23,407 Blake, you're seriously posing with an anti-Russia protestor 517 00:21:23,408 --> 00:21:25,507 wearing a Nazi emblem. BLAKE: Oh, my God. 518 00:21:25,508 --> 00:21:26,938 Wait, where's the... where's the girl? 519 00:21:26,948 --> 00:21:28,378 Where's the little girl? 520 00:21:29,548 --> 00:21:30,548 There was a little girl. 521 00:21:30,549 --> 00:21:32,447 We've been trolled. 522 00:21:32,448 --> 00:21:34,217 JAY: During World War II, some Ukrainians 523 00:21:34,218 --> 00:21:35,487 hated the Soviets so much, they actually 524 00:21:35,488 --> 00:21:37,147 sided with the Nazis. 525 00:21:37,148 --> 00:21:38,508 BLAKE: She said he was her father. There was a l... 526 00:21:38,518 --> 00:21:40,048 I swear, there was a little girl. 527 00:21:40,058 --> 00:21:41,387 Okay, shut up about the little girl. 528 00:21:41,388 --> 00:21:43,423 Ma'am, if we want to keep our deal on track, 529 00:21:43,424 --> 00:21:45,478 we've got to get this back in the bottle and fast. 530 00:21:45,488 --> 00:21:46,948 MATT: I don't think that's gonna work. 531 00:21:46,958 --> 00:21:48,427 The state controls the media here. 532 00:21:48,428 --> 00:21:50,467 Someone obviously wants it out there. 533 00:21:50,468 --> 00:21:53,158 Ma'am, I'm so sorry I hugged a Nazi. 534 00:21:53,168 --> 00:21:55,567 Wasn't a Nazi. 535 00:21:55,568 --> 00:21:57,967 Those were Russian operatives trying to make us look bad. 536 00:21:57,968 --> 00:21:59,303 Call Gorev's office. 537 00:21:59,304 --> 00:22:00,358 Tell him I'm on my way. 538 00:22:00,368 --> 00:22:02,807 Yes, ma'am. What are you going to say? 539 00:22:02,808 --> 00:22:05,237 Whatever to keep this deal from blowing up. Let's move. 540 00:22:05,238 --> 00:22:06,998 What did I say about discretion? 541 00:22:07,008 --> 00:22:09,443 You have to know that obviously that picture's a setup. 542 00:22:09,444 --> 00:22:11,338 That is a nuance that will be lost 543 00:22:11,348 --> 00:22:12,607 on the Russian public, I'm afraid. 544 00:22:12,608 --> 00:22:14,568 The father of the nation is dead. 545 00:22:14,578 --> 00:22:16,447 The people have no idea what will happen next! 546 00:22:16,448 --> 00:22:18,317 Can we just get the generals in a room? 547 00:22:18,318 --> 00:22:20,017 Madam Secretary, 548 00:22:20,018 --> 00:22:22,917 I suggest that you attend President Ostrov's funeral 549 00:22:22,918 --> 00:22:24,547 and then leave quietly. 550 00:22:24,548 --> 00:22:28,148 You're saying that you're willing to sacrifice a chance 551 00:22:28,158 --> 00:22:30,427 at better relations with the United States 552 00:22:30,428 --> 00:22:32,248 over a stupid picture? 553 00:22:32,258 --> 00:22:35,257 This is a time when all Russians must be very mindful 554 00:22:35,258 --> 00:22:37,057 of the moment we are in. 555 00:22:37,058 --> 00:22:39,018 Do you understand? 556 00:22:41,428 --> 00:22:42,258 Anton... 557 00:22:42,268 --> 00:22:44,168 Bozek is in. 558 00:22:45,198 --> 00:22:46,928 He's willing to hold a referendum 559 00:22:46,938 --> 00:22:48,367 on autonomy in Eastern Ukraine? 560 00:22:48,368 --> 00:22:51,228 Provided you pull your troops out and it's supervised 561 00:22:51,238 --> 00:22:53,308 by the UN, yes. 562 00:22:54,278 --> 00:22:55,537 Bring the generals, 563 00:22:55,538 --> 00:22:57,298 and I'll bring Ukraine. 564 00:22:57,308 --> 00:22:59,478 I'll see what I can do. 565 00:23:07,888 --> 00:23:12,287 (sighs) Well, Mike B's furious. 566 00:23:12,288 --> 00:23:14,057 He saw the picture, too? 567 00:23:14,058 --> 00:23:16,487 Of course he did. He said, and I quote, 568 00:23:16,488 --> 00:23:18,448 "I see all. I am the Pan-Opticon. 569 00:23:18,458 --> 00:23:20,097 Fix this or you're fired." 570 00:23:20,098 --> 00:23:22,457 Oh, God, I'm such an idiot. 571 00:23:22,458 --> 00:23:24,768 Yes, you are. 572 00:23:24,778 --> 00:23:27,088 You created a scandal that could impact U.S. foreign policy 573 00:23:27,098 --> 00:23:29,467 for years to come because you wanted to be nice. 574 00:23:29,468 --> 00:23:31,137 I was being diplomatic. 575 00:23:31,138 --> 00:23:33,007 I work for a diplomat. 576 00:23:33,008 --> 00:23:34,607 Face it, you're a people pleaser. 577 00:23:34,608 --> 00:23:36,207 Actually, I hate most people. 578 00:23:36,208 --> 00:23:38,607 It takes all of my skill to hide that. 579 00:23:38,608 --> 00:23:40,547 So you take pictures with them instead. 580 00:23:40,548 --> 00:23:42,338 Uh... (gulps) 581 00:23:42,348 --> 00:23:44,478 Oh, maybe you're right. 582 00:23:45,508 --> 00:23:46,938 I can't not be helpful. 583 00:23:46,948 --> 00:23:48,983 It's my tragic flaw. Everyone understands 584 00:23:48,984 --> 00:23:50,978 that this whole thing is absurd, 585 00:23:50,988 --> 00:23:53,453 except, of course, the millions of Russians who need to. 586 00:23:53,454 --> 00:23:56,448 I have to at least figure out how the hell it happened. 587 00:23:56,458 --> 00:23:58,057 One thought. 588 00:23:58,058 --> 00:24:00,457 Permission to not be a people pleaser? 589 00:24:00,458 --> 00:24:01,957 Granted in perpetuity. 590 00:24:01,958 --> 00:24:03,348 Oliver... 591 00:24:03,358 --> 00:24:05,218 the president's cyber guy. 592 00:24:06,228 --> 00:24:07,918 He'd probably want to help, 593 00:24:07,928 --> 00:24:10,127 since he was... clearly flirting with you. 594 00:24:10,128 --> 00:24:12,928 But you were too busy being a neurotic hard-ass to notice. 595 00:24:14,138 --> 00:24:16,973 Okay, for the record, there was a very real chance 596 00:24:16,974 --> 00:24:18,698 that our plane could have been hacked 597 00:24:18,708 --> 00:24:21,077 and we were all going to die a watery death. 598 00:24:21,078 --> 00:24:23,607 But... "neurotic hard-ass" is a good start. 599 00:24:23,608 --> 00:24:25,107 Really? 600 00:24:25,108 --> 00:24:27,238 You like that? (stammers) 601 00:24:27,248 --> 00:24:29,988 Damn it. 602 00:24:42,158 --> 00:24:45,118 Where are you going, Dmitri? 603 00:24:45,128 --> 00:24:46,997 Do you have someplace more interesting to be? 604 00:24:46,998 --> 00:24:49,297 No, I just, uh, I thought I forgot something. 605 00:24:49,298 --> 00:24:50,638 I'm good. 606 00:24:53,968 --> 00:24:56,038 ♪ ♪ 607 00:25:00,738 --> 00:25:02,538 (quiet exhale) 608 00:25:10,648 --> 00:25:13,718 (indistinct chatter) 609 00:26:06,338 --> 00:26:08,408 ♪ ♪ 610 00:26:21,218 --> 00:26:22,687 Hey, Jason! 611 00:26:22,688 --> 00:26:25,088 Okay, go long. Hut! All right. 612 00:26:26,458 --> 00:26:28,158 (groans) Oh! 613 00:26:29,318 --> 00:26:31,378 I lost that one in the light. 614 00:26:31,388 --> 00:26:32,787 Happens to the best of us. 615 00:26:32,788 --> 00:26:35,148 So... (grunts) 616 00:26:35,158 --> 00:26:37,618 I think I'm gonna try out for wide receiver. 617 00:26:37,628 --> 00:26:40,127 Really? Hey, that's great. 618 00:26:40,128 --> 00:26:42,488 So... you'll sign the permission slip? 619 00:26:42,498 --> 00:26:44,228 (chuckles) Now, listen... 620 00:26:44,238 --> 00:26:45,397 Trying to split 621 00:26:45,398 --> 00:26:48,098 me and Mom is not a winning strategy. 622 00:26:48,108 --> 00:26:49,637 Come here, sit down for a second. 623 00:26:49,638 --> 00:26:52,737 We're just pretty curious... 624 00:26:52,738 --> 00:26:54,698 where this whole football thing came from. 625 00:26:54,708 --> 00:26:56,738 You know, you and Mom are always asking me to join stuff, 626 00:26:56,748 --> 00:26:58,817 and then when I actually do, you get all weird about it? 627 00:26:58,818 --> 00:27:01,338 Hey, hey, pal, calm down. 628 00:27:01,348 --> 00:27:04,118 We're just talking. 629 00:27:05,148 --> 00:27:06,508 What's up? 630 00:27:08,218 --> 00:27:09,578 I, um... 631 00:27:12,188 --> 00:27:14,448 I want to make friends. 632 00:27:14,458 --> 00:27:16,387 Okay? 633 00:27:16,388 --> 00:27:19,788 You don't feel like you have friends at school? 634 00:27:19,798 --> 00:27:21,767 No, I mean... 635 00:27:21,768 --> 00:27:24,133 at my old school I sort of had this... 636 00:27:24,134 --> 00:27:26,658 aura of mystery, you know, but at my new school 637 00:27:26,668 --> 00:27:29,337 kids just think I'm weird and ignore me. 638 00:27:29,338 --> 00:27:31,167 ♪ ♪ 639 00:27:31,168 --> 00:27:34,128 Well, I guess one of the downsides of being a loner is... 640 00:27:34,138 --> 00:27:35,568 everybody leaves you alone. 641 00:27:35,578 --> 00:27:37,577 (chuckles) Hey, come on, wait a minute, 642 00:27:37,578 --> 00:27:40,147 come on, what about that kid, what's his name? Kyle. 643 00:27:40,148 --> 00:27:41,617 (laughs): Oh, no. 644 00:27:41,618 --> 00:27:43,583 No, that's purely a Call of Duty relationship. 645 00:27:43,584 --> 00:27:45,308 Kyle's not cool in the real world. 646 00:27:45,318 --> 00:27:47,487 Oh, so you... wait... (laughs) 647 00:27:47,488 --> 00:27:49,317 so you want actual human friends. 648 00:27:49,318 --> 00:27:52,648 Yes, actual human friends. Oh. Okay, listen to me. 649 00:27:52,658 --> 00:27:55,127 (chuckles) You're gonna find them. 650 00:27:55,128 --> 00:27:56,227 Okay. 651 00:27:56,228 --> 00:27:57,198 I promise. All right? 652 00:27:57,199 --> 00:27:58,648 All right. Okay. 653 00:27:58,658 --> 00:28:00,588 Let's do a square out. Ready? Hut! Here we go. 654 00:28:00,598 --> 00:28:01,947 He said that? 655 00:28:01,948 --> 00:28:03,297 "I want to make friends"? 656 00:28:03,298 --> 00:28:05,767 Oh, my God, that kills me. 657 00:28:05,768 --> 00:28:08,367 It's like getting stabbed in the heart. So if he doesn't 658 00:28:08,368 --> 00:28:09,867 make the team, he won't have friends, 659 00:28:09,868 --> 00:28:12,167 but if he does, he'll end up in traction. 660 00:28:12,168 --> 00:28:14,498 It's a paradox. 661 00:28:16,378 --> 00:28:18,407 We have to let him try out, don't we? 662 00:28:18,408 --> 00:28:19,598 I think we do. 663 00:28:19,608 --> 00:28:21,707 But... for what it's worth, 664 00:28:21,708 --> 00:28:24,338 we played catch just now for, like, half an hour. 665 00:28:24,348 --> 00:28:25,747 (exhales) 666 00:28:25,748 --> 00:28:27,517 (exhales): Oh, that is 667 00:28:27,518 --> 00:28:30,147 (laughs): such a relief. 668 00:28:30,148 --> 00:28:32,348 I am a terrible parent. 669 00:28:32,358 --> 00:28:34,288 I've been meaning to tell you. 670 00:28:35,258 --> 00:28:36,417 Ma'am. 671 00:28:36,418 --> 00:28:37,848 I got to go. 672 00:28:37,858 --> 00:28:39,387 I love you. 673 00:28:39,388 --> 00:28:40,687 Love you, too. Give 'em hell. 674 00:28:40,688 --> 00:28:41,887 (beep) 675 00:28:41,888 --> 00:28:43,388 Gorev came through. 676 00:28:43,398 --> 00:28:46,427 The meeting with the generals is back on. 677 00:28:46,428 --> 00:28:48,428 Thank you. 678 00:28:50,468 --> 00:28:53,438 Do me a favor... Don't screw this up. 679 00:28:56,668 --> 00:28:59,267 Gentlemen, 680 00:28:59,268 --> 00:29:01,298 it's a pleasure to finally meet you all. 681 00:29:37,938 --> 00:29:40,338 (chuckling) 682 00:29:43,318 --> 00:29:45,588 (sighs, chuckles) 683 00:29:49,888 --> 00:29:53,357 (vehicle approaching) 684 00:29:53,358 --> 00:29:55,528 (tires screech, doors open) 685 00:29:56,358 --> 00:29:58,328 (yelling, punches thumping) 686 00:30:02,758 --> 00:30:04,318 (tires squeal) 687 00:30:15,708 --> 00:30:17,778 Who do you think sent us, traitor? 688 00:30:26,548 --> 00:30:27,608 Say that one more time. 689 00:30:27,618 --> 00:30:30,417 I dare you! 690 00:30:30,418 --> 00:30:33,687 Why do they even make these anymore, huh? 691 00:30:33,688 --> 00:30:35,487 They're not good for anything. 692 00:30:35,488 --> 00:30:36,688 Oh, except maybe this. 693 00:30:43,358 --> 00:30:45,688 (seething breaths) 694 00:30:47,698 --> 00:30:48,727 Hey! What's up? 695 00:30:48,728 --> 00:30:50,688 I don't know. You called me. 696 00:30:50,698 --> 00:30:52,028 Yeah, well, like, how's it going? 697 00:30:52,038 --> 00:30:54,303 Well, I'm babysitting the secretary's assistant, 698 00:30:54,304 --> 00:30:56,298 sending out tweets and press releases 699 00:30:56,308 --> 00:30:58,507 that are all being blocked by the Russian government. 700 00:30:58,508 --> 00:30:59,737 So I'm fantastic. 701 00:30:59,738 --> 00:31:00,768 What do you got? 702 00:31:00,778 --> 00:31:02,707 Okay, I tracked the photograph 703 00:31:02,708 --> 00:31:06,338 of Blake and his troll friend to its original IP address, 704 00:31:06,348 --> 00:31:07,577 to this guy. 705 00:31:07,578 --> 00:31:09,638 Boris Spokavsky. 706 00:31:09,648 --> 00:31:11,747 A self-proclaimed "citizen journalist." 707 00:31:11,748 --> 00:31:14,608 Yeah, they don't have those here. 708 00:31:14,618 --> 00:31:16,117 He's also a manager 709 00:31:16,118 --> 00:31:17,617 at the Children's Cultural and Spiritual Center 710 00:31:17,618 --> 00:31:18,648 in Moscow. 711 00:31:18,658 --> 00:31:19,817 Which is what? 712 00:31:19,818 --> 00:31:21,578 Which is what? 713 00:31:21,588 --> 00:31:23,518 Some... uh, weird museum 714 00:31:23,528 --> 00:31:24,697 filled with nationalist propaganda 715 00:31:24,698 --> 00:31:26,548 and some Russian Orthodox Church stuff 716 00:31:26,558 --> 00:31:28,757 thrown in for good measure... but that's not what's interesting. 717 00:31:28,758 --> 00:31:30,658 What's interesting Thank God. 718 00:31:30,668 --> 00:31:33,897 Is that the center is a pet charity of Ostrov's wife, 719 00:31:33,898 --> 00:31:35,828 Maria. 720 00:31:35,838 --> 00:31:38,767 What the hell? Wait, do you think she could be behind this? 721 00:31:38,768 --> 00:31:40,767 Do you? 722 00:31:40,768 --> 00:31:42,898 (sighs) 723 00:31:42,908 --> 00:31:45,708 ♪ ♪ 724 00:32:24,918 --> 00:32:26,647 One of Gorev's guys got in touch. 725 00:32:26,648 --> 00:32:28,158 The generals were impressed. 726 00:32:28,168 --> 00:32:29,687 They say they hope U.S.-Russian relations 727 00:32:29,688 --> 00:32:31,087 could get back on track soon. 728 00:32:31,088 --> 00:32:32,658 Don't we all? 729 00:32:40,498 --> 00:32:43,697 Look, if he was gonna talk he would've talked by now. 730 00:32:43,698 --> 00:32:46,127 COOPER: Yeah, you'd be surprised. 731 00:32:46,128 --> 00:32:49,658 You brought this concern to us, Henry. 732 00:32:49,668 --> 00:32:51,868 Now we're looking into it. 733 00:32:58,478 --> 00:33:00,378 (man speaking Russian over speaker) 734 00:33:36,408 --> 00:33:38,708 What the hell is happening? 735 00:33:38,718 --> 00:33:40,977 No idea, but it ain't good. 736 00:33:40,978 --> 00:33:42,838 And those cameras are broadcasting it 737 00:33:42,848 --> 00:33:45,578 live all over Russia and the world. 738 00:34:15,078 --> 00:34:17,178 I've heard enough. 739 00:34:19,148 --> 00:34:20,808 Take this message to your president, 740 00:34:20,818 --> 00:34:23,817 Secretary McCord. 741 00:34:23,818 --> 00:34:26,618 Russia is not afraid of you. 742 00:34:26,628 --> 00:34:28,558 (applause and cheering) 743 00:34:39,798 --> 00:34:42,198 Rusalka! Rusalka! 744 00:34:56,948 --> 00:34:59,578 (gasps, groans) 745 00:34:59,588 --> 00:35:01,887 (groaning) 746 00:35:01,888 --> 00:35:03,887 (groaning) 747 00:35:03,888 --> 00:35:06,018 Satisfied? 748 00:35:10,868 --> 00:35:12,267 (grunts) 749 00:35:12,268 --> 00:35:15,567 (panting) 750 00:35:15,568 --> 00:35:16,967 (coughing) 751 00:35:16,968 --> 00:35:19,038 (coughing continues) 752 00:35:20,608 --> 00:35:23,577 Oh. 753 00:35:23,578 --> 00:35:25,677 I should have known. 754 00:35:25,678 --> 00:35:27,748 (door closes) 755 00:35:29,108 --> 00:35:31,108 Had to be done. 756 00:35:31,118 --> 00:35:32,747 It was a test. 757 00:35:32,748 --> 00:35:35,217 From the great and wise professor, huh? 758 00:35:35,218 --> 00:35:36,987 A test any intelligence operative 759 00:35:36,988 --> 00:35:38,837 would have to go through. 760 00:35:38,838 --> 00:35:40,687 You know, I did what you asked, you know. 761 00:35:40,688 --> 00:35:43,687 I spent the evening drinking with Ambassador Zinchenko. 762 00:35:43,688 --> 00:35:45,218 How'd that go? 763 00:35:45,228 --> 00:35:49,097 He said nothing of importance. 764 00:35:49,098 --> 00:35:51,268 Apparently he has a lot of sex. 765 00:35:52,228 --> 00:35:54,088 You established a relationship. 766 00:35:54,098 --> 00:35:55,767 We can build on that. 767 00:35:55,768 --> 00:35:57,267 That's good work. 768 00:35:57,268 --> 00:35:59,603 Good. And this is the thanks I get. 769 00:35:59,604 --> 00:36:02,558 Anyone could be listening or watching at any time. 770 00:36:02,568 --> 00:36:04,628 You have to be prepared for whatever happens. 771 00:36:04,638 --> 00:36:07,278 We had to make sure that you were up to it. 772 00:36:08,238 --> 00:36:10,968 And did I pass your test? 773 00:36:10,978 --> 00:36:13,307 Yes. 774 00:36:13,308 --> 00:36:15,308 A question, Professor. 775 00:36:15,318 --> 00:36:17,317 What's that? 776 00:36:17,318 --> 00:36:20,218 How do you sleep at night? 777 00:36:21,188 --> 00:36:23,187 Just fine. 778 00:36:23,188 --> 00:36:25,258 You can go. 779 00:36:30,128 --> 00:36:32,697 ELIZABETH: Sir, 780 00:36:32,698 --> 00:36:34,127 I understand you're frustrated. 781 00:36:34,128 --> 00:36:35,697 No one saw her coming. 782 00:36:35,698 --> 00:36:37,197 But everyone saw her kick America 783 00:36:37,198 --> 00:36:39,167 in the teeth at that funeral. 784 00:36:39,168 --> 00:36:41,137 Not to mention the fact that she's turned your pal Gorev 785 00:36:41,138 --> 00:36:43,108 into political Kryptonite. 786 00:36:44,268 --> 00:36:47,167 He's probably gonna face criminal charges. 787 00:36:47,168 --> 00:36:49,028 Or worse. 788 00:36:49,038 --> 00:36:51,337 DALTON: Maria Ostrov made us look weak and feckless, 789 00:36:51,338 --> 00:36:52,998 and now we have to answer. 790 00:36:53,008 --> 00:36:54,307 Sir, my advice is the same 791 00:36:54,308 --> 00:36:56,668 as it was before the secretary's misadventure. 792 00:36:56,678 --> 00:37:00,047 Let's get behind Kiev and arm the Ukrainians. 793 00:37:00,048 --> 00:37:02,047 Let that be our answer. 794 00:37:02,048 --> 00:37:03,947 You say I don't have a strategy, 795 00:37:03,948 --> 00:37:06,148 but you're suggesting escalating a conflict 796 00:37:06,158 --> 00:37:09,117 the Ukrainians cannot win on their own, 797 00:37:09,118 --> 00:37:12,748 but that we have no intention of engaging directly in? 798 00:37:12,758 --> 00:37:14,127 How is that a strategy? 799 00:37:14,128 --> 00:37:17,598 Who says we're not willing to engage directly? 800 00:37:19,628 --> 00:37:22,758 We tried it your way, Bess. 801 00:37:33,078 --> 00:37:34,237 Thank you. 802 00:37:34,238 --> 00:37:36,268 She in? Great. 803 00:37:36,278 --> 00:37:38,917 Come on, come on, I don't have all day. 804 00:37:38,918 --> 00:37:40,738 Neither does Gordon. 805 00:37:40,748 --> 00:37:42,183 It doesn't have to be you. 806 00:37:42,184 --> 00:37:43,808 Call that weird kid with the eyebrows. 807 00:37:43,818 --> 00:37:46,647 Wayne or whatever. 808 00:37:46,648 --> 00:37:49,808 You know what, Mr. Barnow? 809 00:37:49,818 --> 00:37:51,817 I don't work for you. 810 00:37:51,818 --> 00:37:53,248 So either find someone who does, 811 00:37:53,258 --> 00:37:55,127 or... here's a thought... Don't bring the dog! 812 00:37:55,128 --> 00:37:58,697 But whatever you do, don't ever hand me a poo-bag again, 813 00:37:58,698 --> 00:38:00,767 or it's gonna get filled up and thrown at your car. 814 00:38:00,768 --> 00:38:01,918 Are we clear? 815 00:38:01,928 --> 00:38:03,188 (barks) 816 00:38:03,198 --> 00:38:06,767 Wow, look who grew a pair. 817 00:38:06,768 --> 00:38:08,867 And all it took was a major international incident. 818 00:38:08,868 --> 00:38:10,108 Good for you. 819 00:38:14,308 --> 00:38:17,177 Dare I hope the fact that you've called me here means 820 00:38:17,178 --> 00:38:19,777 you've at least recognized Sterling as a threat? 821 00:38:19,778 --> 00:38:21,207 Sit. 822 00:38:21,208 --> 00:38:23,168 (dog panting) 823 00:38:23,178 --> 00:38:25,177 You heard her. 824 00:38:25,178 --> 00:38:27,938 Craig Sterling isn't just out to sideline me. 825 00:38:27,948 --> 00:38:30,678 He's out to land us in a shooting war with Russia. 826 00:38:32,888 --> 00:38:37,157 I can't let him do that. 827 00:38:37,158 --> 00:38:39,127 You want the binder? 828 00:38:39,128 --> 00:38:41,828 Yeah, I want the binder. 829 00:38:43,898 --> 00:38:46,397 HENRY: So, Pavel Ostrov's wife, the great dictator. 830 00:38:46,398 --> 00:38:48,267 Who saw that coming? 831 00:38:48,268 --> 00:38:50,237 Thank you. Nobody! 832 00:38:50,238 --> 00:38:54,137 Right? Nobody saw it coming, but somehow it's my fault. 833 00:38:54,138 --> 00:38:56,707 Well, come on. You did your best, babe. 834 00:38:56,708 --> 00:38:58,737 Oh, my best wasn't good enough. 835 00:38:58,738 --> 00:39:02,768 And the worst part is that Gorev went out on a limb for me, 836 00:39:02,778 --> 00:39:05,178 and now he's in serious danger. 837 00:39:07,778 --> 00:39:10,108 You okay? How was your day? 838 00:39:10,118 --> 00:39:12,188 It was fine. 839 00:39:14,048 --> 00:39:15,808 It was weird. 840 00:39:15,818 --> 00:39:17,148 You want to talk about it? 841 00:39:17,158 --> 00:39:18,387 JASON: Oh. 842 00:39:18,388 --> 00:39:20,157 Hey, Mom. Hey, buddy. 843 00:39:20,158 --> 00:39:21,128 Welcome back. 844 00:39:21,129 --> 00:39:22,748 How'd the tryouts go? 845 00:39:22,758 --> 00:39:23,957 Made the team. 846 00:39:23,958 --> 00:39:25,297 What? That's amazing! 847 00:39:25,298 --> 00:39:27,948 Sure is. Come here. 848 00:39:27,958 --> 00:39:29,318 Gosh. (mouths) 849 00:39:30,958 --> 00:39:33,118 So, wide receiver, huh? 850 00:39:33,128 --> 00:39:35,058 No, no, no, it turns out I can't catch. 851 00:39:35,068 --> 00:39:37,097 What?! Yeah, I'm gonna be on "D." 852 00:39:37,098 --> 00:39:38,297 It's, um, linebacker. 853 00:39:38,298 --> 00:39:40,128 Hell, yeah, you are. 854 00:39:40,138 --> 00:39:42,237 That is really... 855 00:39:42,238 --> 00:39:44,277 You go get 'em! 856 00:39:44,278 --> 00:39:46,307 One concussion, and that is it. 857 00:39:46,308 --> 00:39:47,807 He is off the team. 858 00:39:47,808 --> 00:39:49,208 (phone beeps, buzzes) That's a deal. 859 00:39:50,108 --> 00:39:52,468 I mean it, Henry. 860 00:39:54,718 --> 00:39:56,877 (sighs) 861 00:39:56,878 --> 00:39:58,338 I'll see you later. 862 00:40:06,418 --> 00:40:08,448 OLIVER: While my team and I 863 00:40:08,458 --> 00:40:09,887 have yet to deduce 864 00:40:09,888 --> 00:40:11,988 who perpetrated the hack on Air Force One, 865 00:40:11,998 --> 00:40:13,827 we have learned a crucial 866 00:40:13,828 --> 00:40:16,227 and troubling new piece of information. 867 00:40:16,228 --> 00:40:17,827 What's that? 868 00:40:17,828 --> 00:40:20,258 The hackers didn't just knock out communications 869 00:40:20,268 --> 00:40:22,117 to and from Air Force One. 870 00:40:22,118 --> 00:40:23,967 They had total control over the entire plane. 871 00:40:23,968 --> 00:40:27,367 Primary controls, hydro-mechanical, autopilot. 872 00:40:27,368 --> 00:40:29,048 All of it. 873 00:40:29,058 --> 00:40:30,747 JACKSON: So they could have flown the damn plane 874 00:40:30,748 --> 00:40:33,038 straight into the Pacific? 875 00:40:33,048 --> 00:40:34,418 I'm afraid so, sir. 876 00:40:36,018 --> 00:40:38,217 So why didn't they? 877 00:40:38,218 --> 00:40:41,317 Because they wanted us to know they could do it again, 878 00:40:41,318 --> 00:40:44,817 any time they choose. 879 00:40:44,818 --> 00:40:47,318 Sir, this was a warning. 880 00:41:16,418 --> 00:41:19,488 ♪ ♪ 881 00:41:39,578 --> 00:41:42,078 Bless me, Father, for I have sinned. 882 00:41:43,948 --> 00:41:46,118 My last confession... 883 00:41:48,478 --> 00:41:50,538 was 11 years ago. 884 00:41:52,978 --> 00:41:56,408 (panting) 885 00:41:59,318 --> 00:42:02,178 These are my sins. 886 00:42:27,448 --> 00:42:28,988 Da. 887 00:42:44,298 --> 00:42:46,368 Da. 888 00:43:06,318 --> 00:43:09,388 (cheering and applause) 889 00:43:10,918 --> 00:43:14,048 (chanting): Maria! Maria! Maria! 890 00:43:14,058 --> 00:43:18,997 Maria! Maria! Maria! Maria! Maria! 891 00:43:18,998 --> 00:43:21,327 Maria! Maria! Maria...! 892 00:43:21,328 --> 00:43:27,437 Captioning sponsored by CBS 893 00:43:27,438 --> 00:43:30,338 Captioned by Media Access Group at WGBH access.wgbh.org 64593

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