Season 2, Episode 10
The Season 2 finale finds Selina and her staff trying to cope as the administration goes into full crisis mode.
Season 2, Episode 9
Selina's rivalry with Danny Chung finds Dan trying to play both sides.
Selina preps for an ostensibly flattering interview at the vice president's residence, but is rattled by the reporter's gotcha questions.
Season 2, Episode 7
A government shutdown forces Selina to furlough some of her staff, but creates an opportunity for Danny Chung. Meanwhile, a damaging story leaks about Selina's ex-husband; and Gary and Jonah get their hands dirty to retrieve some vital information.
Season 2, Episode 6
Catherine's 21st birthday party becomes a forum for Selina's budget negotiation with the majority leader, but Amy and Gary are more worried how Selina will handle seeing her ex-husband. Meanwhile, Mike discusses Selina's role in the Uzbek hostage crisis with the press.
Season 2, Episode 5
Selina and her staff go to Helsinki to work on a trade agreement, but wonder what kind of reception she'll get in Europe. Meanwhile, Dan asks Mike for advice on dealing with the press; and Kent and Ben are at odds over new intelligence.
An embarrassing photo of Selina is released by the White House; Mike regrets bonding with Kent over sailing; Jonah flaunts his executive parking space; Gary brings his girlfriend to lunch with the vice president.
Season 2, Episode 3
A hostage crisis in Uzbekistan intensifies the animosity between Selina and the Secretary of Defense during a joint appearance at the Marine Corps base at Quantico. Meanwhile, Sue makes headlines at a congressional hearing on government spending; and Dan and Gary jockey for access to the vice president.
Season 2, Episode 2
Selina goes to a pig roast in North Carolina as part of the president's plan to reach out to rural America, but her appearance is overshadowed by a controversial film review her daughter wrote for a college class.
Season 2, Episode 1
In the second-season premiere, a string of effective campaign appearances for midterm elections boosts Selina's confidence, but negotiating with a senior White House strategist will require a bit more than just a rising popularity in polls.