I get that the President likes to fight for the "little man" but he really should be focusing on big picture stuff or he'll never get anything done. Supposedly Kirkman has (or had) his "100 Days" Agenda, but we've learned nothing about what it was (to my recollection - I know it didn't contain his Gun Control Bill, at least initially).
If the Secretary of State is discussing nuclear disarmament, shouldn't he be talking to the UK as well as France? Both are nuclear powers, but the UK is a much more likely to follow the US lead than France is.
I'm sure Kimble did speak to members of the Turkish military. I thought she was going to be brought down by not remembering that she had done so, but given how involved the military had been in Turkish politics (less so in recent years), it is doubtful she didn't speak to somebody military. As Clear and Present Danger told us, the correct answer to any direct question of "Did you do X?" is "I have no recollection of doing so" rather than "I did not," because it looks like you may have something to hide if it's shown to be inaccurate.
Hey, next week are we going to have Toronto standing in for... Toronto?
It's lucky that conspirators are so loose lipped - but unlucky that Catalan is so competent. It would take a miracle for Atwood to survive in that situation, as Catalan seems highly competent, though you can never entirely rule out plot contrivance to save him.
That was such a "Hollywood Surveillance" moment - he had absolutely no reason to have got that close. A bit like the way that air (or space) combat is always depicted as taking place at visual range when it would probably involve missiles fired over the horizon.
In Spooks (MI:5, in the US) we had a woman using hers as a garotte! It also showed a captured female agent being held naked (using careful angles to prevent it being exploitative), partly to deny her using anything and partly to make her feel more vulnerable (it was also later revealed that she had been raped as part of her interrogation).
They (presumably) want to know just what she does know, but if they were going to interrogate her, you'd think they'd deny her food, drink and sleep before trying to question her. For people who are mass murderers, they seem to be remarkably considerate to a captured enemy!
He's still alive (he ran out of Hannah's apartment when it got blown up), last we saw him, IIRC. But it didn't seem that he & Atwood were particularly close, although they did both work for the FBI.