thuganomics85 May 5, 2017 Share May 5, 2017 Fare thee well, Jason Atwood. I hope you at least sent your info to someone who can make use of it, before your end came (I guess that is what he was typing on the computer.) Hopefully, Malik Yoba finds other work soon. So, a lot of moving around reveals in this episode, but really, it felt like nothing major happened. Kimble ended up resigning as Speaker, only to be Secretary of Education after convincing a congressman to approve an arts bill that Kirkman wanted to pass with the son of the former President. Meanwhile, Hannah escapes capture, only to find out that she's on some kind of barge. How suspenseful? At this point, I'm ready for anyone to be part of the conspiracy, due to how shifty everyone is. You got Mike making weird faces, especially after Kirkman told him to stay behind. Seth seemed way too happy about being Air Force One, to the point that I'm suspicious. Hell, I wonder if there will be something significant over Moss taking Seth's phone to take the picture, and maybe he's in on it. Watch it be something completely random. Wait, I know! The whole crack about how Emily will be in charge when Kirkman away is a sign! She is going to stage a coup! What a twist! No, Alex. I think your children should stay off screen in Camp David, thank you very much! Only two episode left? Still have time to swap show-runners, again! 3 Link to comment
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