E09: There Will Be Water – Gil John gets attacked by Sarah Palin and embraced by the media. Pressured by the party chair, Louis nudges Julie to consider a big wedding. Robert is forced to kiss up to his ex-wife’s new beau, but gets some help from Rosalyn (Wanda Sykes).
E10: The Nuptials – As the election returns come in, Gil John meets with a presidential campaign advisor, while Robert wonders if he still has a job. Katherine and Julie discover their wedding has been turned into a major political event — after they arrive.
E05: The Apparition – Julie announces she’s pregnant; Adriana confronts Marta the housekeeper about
E06: The Retreat – The senators go on a retreat at a Virginia plantation.
E07: The Civility Zone – Gil John finally breaks through to his daughter; Andy tries to win Adriana back; and Robert ignores his advisers.
E08: Bugged – A break-in occurs at the Alpha House; Gil John earns a new following.
Shelter in Place – Cee Biggs brings her reality show cameras to her father’s office – just in time for gunshots that trigger a lockdown on Capitol Hill. Rosalyn (Wanda Sykes) forces Robert to face the truth about his marriage, and Louis is forced to let go of a fantasy.
The Love Doctor – Gil John helps a former player become a war hero, and quickly regrets it. Robert hosts an engagement party for his latest matchmaking success, but isn’t prepared for the surprise guest.
When two freshmen pledges are accepted into the biggest party frat on campus (ALPHA HOUSE), they think they have it all. That is, until the assistant dean forces the Alphas to share their house with a sorority or face expulsion from school. Not wanting to see their lifelong dream of becoming Alphas destroyed, the pledges convince the other members of the house to take back what’s theirs, waging an epic battle of the sexes to fight for their right to party.
In the Saddle – When another senator dies unexpectedly, Gil John is asked to organize the funeral arrangements. Louis wins the Nevada primary but Robert has to face off in a Pennsylvania debate to cool the competition.
Showgirls – Louis decides to help showgirls organize, but the Watt brothers stand in his way. A video of Gil John hitting a soldier with a chair in Afghanistan goes viral so Maddie looks for a way to humanize him and Andy’s Vanity Fair cover shoot takes an unexpected direction.
The Rebuttal – Robert proves to the ethics committee that he would never take a mohair suit while Andy prepares to deliver a rebuttal after the State of the Union. Louis is put in the spotlight on his first day back when James mistakenly tweets a photo intended for Lola from the wrong account.