The results of Rebecca's paternity test turn her world upside down. Presidential nominee Taylor, who Robert lost to in the primaries, offers Robert his vice-presidential spot. Kitty, awaiting the results of her fertility treatments, is reluctant to go back on the campaign trail. When Scotty hurts his hand and gets a medical bill he can't pay, Kevin thinks of an easy way to get Scotty health insurance. Faced with Saul's deception at work, Sarah must decide how much she really trusts him. Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen
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If you say no to me, it'll be a mistake. The party leadership, the voters will see you acting like a little kid who lost, so you're taking your toys and going home.
I built a wide coalition. I bring a substantial amount of delegates. I have a primetime speech at the convention that I promise you I am going to knock the living crap out of. It'll set the conversation for the next four years. My seat in the Senate is safe, I am 42 years old, so with all due respect, I'm a long way from my curtain ...