Want to get a sense of what’s coming on Madam Secretary season 6 episode 2? Think a collision course of many compelling things.
One of the biggest bummers of the final season is that there are only ten episodes, mostly because there are so many things that the show will be bringing to the table. There’s the challenge of conveying the more political parts of the Presidential process, and then there’s also the attempt at finding a way to make the more ceremonial parts of the Presidency believable, as well. For the sake of this upcoming episode, that means a discussion on Elizabeth throwing out the first pitch at a New York Mets game.
Curious in some more news as to what’s coming? Then be sure to check out the official Madam Secretary season 6 episode 2 synopsis:
“The Strike Zone” – Elizabeth faces mounting protests over rising fuel costs as she prepares to throw out the first pitch at a New York Mets game. Also, Mike B. is questioned by the Senate Intelligence Committee as part of the investigation into whether the McCord campaign conspired with Iran to steal the election, on MADAM SECRETARY, Sunday, Oct. 13 (10:30-11:30 PM, ET/10:00-11:00 PM PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Elizabeth throwing out the first pitch is such a frivolous thing in contrast to everything else that is out there for her to deal with, but we like to imagine that on some level, these little things matter because of what they represent. They’re a way for people to see a personal side to a politician, and we also think that they can have more of a long-term effect than you would really even expect. Let’s think about things in this particular way: If Elizabeth screws up the first pitch, she becomes a subject of mockery. From there, she’ll have to deal with even more questioning about it. It’s a good thing for her to do, but she has to be prepared for the other side of it … whatever that may mean, one way or another.
What do you want to see when it comes to Madam Secretary season 6 episode 2?
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