On Madam Secretary Season 2 Episode 13, Henry and his sister have a shocking confrontation when secrets are revealed after their father's death.

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When you watch Madam Secretary Season 2 Episode 13 online you'll see how one death can impact an entire family. When Henry gets news his father has passed away the family immediately heads to Henry's hometown to attend the funeral. When the family arrives they're greeted by the family and it appears as though Maureen is angry with Henry, but doesn't say anything. Maureen asks Henry to go to the police station to get paperwork they need for their father's funeral. Henry goes to the station, but is surprised to learn their father had taken his own life. Henry shares this information with his siblings who immediately get angry, but Maureen is hurt the most because she had been with their father on a daily basis and never saw any signs. Jason does some digging into why his grandfather took his life and learns he was having an online relationship with a woman who was swindling money from him. Jason tells Henry who realizes his dad took his life because he felt like he had no other way out. Henry shares this information with Maureen who immediately turns it around on Henry and blames Henry for their father's death. In the end, at the funeral, Henry asks for forgiveness and says sorry which Maureen accepts. Don't feel bad if you missed out! You can watch Madam Secretary online via TV Fanatic anytime.

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On Madam Secretary Season 2 Episode 13, Henry and his sister have a shocking confrontation when secrets are revealed after their father's death.


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Madam Secretary Season 2 Episode 13 Quotes

I think the first time you brought me home to meet your family you said, I'm sorry about Maureen.

Elizabeth

See I wanted, China wins because they bribe everyone, but Treasury shut me down.

Matt