On Madam Secretary Season 2 Episode 20, Elizabeth negotiates with the Russian Foreign Minister about Jibral Disah, but it causes friction between her and Henry.

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When you watch Madam Secretary Season 2 Episode 20 online you'll realize how important it is to be honest with your partner. Henry is still plagued with nightmares about what happened to Dmitri. He goes to Oliver to help him track down Dmitri's sister Talia to see how she's doing. Jane finds out what Henry is up to and tries to reason with him to let go of his emotions and move on, but Henry feels like he has to be there for Talia since he wasn't there for Dmitri. Unfortunately, Jane gives Henry the bad news about Talia and lets him know she was arrested by the Russian government. Talia demanded Dmitri's body, but they refused to turn him over to her and she threatened to go public with what they did to her brother and they arrested her to shut her up. Henry tries to hire a lawer for Talia, but she refuses his help. At the end of his rope, Henry decides to contact Amnesty International and tell them about Talia being wrongly imprioned, but before they can release any information to the press Daisy finds out about it and tells Elizabeth. Elizabeth immediately tells her to let them know not to release the information. Henry gets angry at Elizabeth, but she tells him she can't have him getting involved when she's trying to get Russia's help with taking down Jibral Disah. Want to see what happens next? Go watch Madam Secretary online now via TV Fanatic.

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On Madam Secretary Season 2 Episode 20, Elizabeth negotiates with the Russian Foreign Minister about Jibral Disah, but it causes friction between her and Henry.


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Madam Secretary Season 2 Episode 20 Quotes

You're going to New York? Nobody tells me anything!

Alison

You see, that is why I never read classified documents before I got to bed. All that catastrophic thinking kind of messes with the brain waves.

Jason