TV Episode | TV-14 | | Drama
With the support of President Dalton, Elizabeth attempts to get the Senate's support for a history-making effort to lift the Cuban trade embargo. Also, Henry and Alison bond while touring Havana together.
I know it's difficult to do your best work when you don't believe in the cause. I know that I would have a very hard time writing anything nice about kale. Which is why I'm thrilled that you will be writing my remarks for the World Food Prize Lunch.
Russell threatens the senator from Idaho with DEA flyovers from Boise to Coeur d'Alene, pronouncing the names "Boi-zee" and "Cor-da-leen." The names of the cities are actually pronounced "Boi-see" and "Cor-da-layne." The senator gives no indication of having noticed the mispronunciation.