Marry Me, Baby – During an interview with Larry King, President Gilchrist inadvertently sheds some insight into his marriage and puts the legitimacy of his nuptials with Emily into question. Meanwhile, Skip looks to help resolve the situation and Becca and D.B. are met with some surprising news.
Bursting the Bubble – Princess Abigail of Andorra arrives at the White House to attend an annual peace gala and to everyone’s surprise, requests Skip to be her escort. Elsewhere, with D.B.’s parenting skills in question, Becca decides to put him to the test, and learns something about herself in the process. Meanwhile, Emily is anxious to find some quality time with her friends, but discover things aren’t as they used to be.
Dinner, Bath, Puzzle – After a meeting with the French President and his wife, President Gilchrist and Emily decide to plan an outside-the-box date night in hopes of rekindling their romance. Elsewhere, when Skip is left to watch the children for the evening, things don’t go quite as expected. Meanwhile, Marshall and D.B. form an unexpected bond.
The Short Happy Life of Reba Cadbury – Emily finds out that Skip is only one assignment shy of graduating college, so she promises to help him finish. Meanwhile, Becca wants to make her voice heard after her ideas are ignored at a committee meeting; and Marshall goes to extremes to get some alone time.
Game Theory – Emily helps Skip prepare for a big date; Becca and D.B. paint a mural for a special room; and Dale and Xander face off in a game of Risk.
Live From the Lincoln Bedroom – Skip creates a podcast to chronicle goings-on at the White House, but his project uncovers a surprise that may affect his relationship with his dad. Elsewhere, Becca and Emily butt heads over Marigold’s future.
To the Ranch – The Gilchrists take a family trip to their ranch, where Dale struggles to make a decision regarding a Supreme Court nomination, and Skip and Becca each deal with relationship problems. Meanwhile, Emily spends time with Marigold and Xander, who are having trouble adapting to a lack of technology on the ranch.
Skip the Tour – Emily mediates when Dale’s brother Doug (Bruce Campbell) visits the White House and reignites a longstanding rivalry between himself and the president. Meanwhile, Becca readies for an interview; and Skip decides to offer his own White House tour.
Frosting/Nixon – Skip attempts to placate a group of protesters who are upset about his dad’s transportation policies, but his efforts only make things worse. Elsewhere, Emily helps Xander with his campaign for student-body president; and Becca struggles to come to grips with her future.
Meet the Parent – President Gilchrist uses his influence to locate an important person. Meanwhile, Emily finds herself in hot water after she throws protocol to the wind during a visit from the Austrian chancellor and his wife; and Skip finds his true calling.