On the winter finale, everyone is in danger.
Fitz and Jake continue to fight over Olivia and Huck connects with family.
Olivia looks to Tom for additional information about Jake.
Olivia finds herself defending a convicted assassin.
Olivia and the team continue to investigate Catherine's case, but Olivia is distracted when Jake stops returning her calls. Meanwhile, Cyrus falls deeper into the rabbit hole with Michael, David realizes what it's like to finally be a winner in DC and Fitz seeks answers to Jerry’s death.
Fitz asks Olivia to shut down a situation that could destroy the Grant family's reputation. Meanwhile, Huck and Quinn realize there is more than they originally thought when it comes to Catherine's case, and Rowan calls on an old friend to do his dirty work.
An old friend returns for help after her daughter goes missing, Cyrus has an awkward run in during a business breakfast, and Jake uses his connections to get some answers. Meanwhile, Mellie becomes obsessed with a national news story and David goes to great lengths to prove himself.
In order for Fitz to make the biggest impact with his State of the Union address on gun control, Cyrus sets out to recruit a power couple who are influential on the issue. Meanwhile, Mellie's personal struggle gets national attention.
On the season four premiere, nearly two months after Olivia and Jake boarded a private jet to stand in the sun together, everything has changed. With another four years in the White House, Fitz and Cyrus are doing everything they can to make a positive impact on the nation. Meanwhile, Mellie struggles to cope with the loss of her son and the gladiators feel the impact of Olivia's absence.
Election Day has arrived and nothing is off limits as the candidates try to capture votes. Meanwhile, Olivia tries to understand Maya's motives and Charlie makes a very surprising move, on the season finale.
The team must spring into action following a security breach; when Fitz's campaign stalls, he thinks about going against Olivia's suggestion; Maya and Adnan plan their next move.
Abby steps in as Olivia's proxy and takes on duties at the White House. Meanwhile, the team continues to investigate B613, and someone throws a wrench in Reston's presidential campaign.
Fitz and Mellie's children prepare for an interview; Adnan seeks Harrison's help; Rowan warns Olivia to stop investigating B613.
Sally arranges a meeting with the NRA, sending the White House into a tailspin; Huck and Olivia come to startling realizations; a surprising person asks Pope and Associates for help.
A well prepared Fitz gets thrown a curve ball during the first presidential debate, Olivia receives shocking news and is forced to make an extremely difficult decision, and the gladiators work with a powerful CEO accused of murder. Meanwhile, one dirty little secret could lead to deadly consequences.
Fitz faces a harsh reality when old feelings and jealousy arise at an event; Quinn wants to prove herself; Leo arranges a meeting between Sally and an old friend.
Fitz is in a giving mood tonight.
Jake and Fitz fight over Liv. She calls her father in tears.
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Abby succeeds when no one else could.
And ish gets real when Liv leaves the room.
Fitz needs to hear there's still hope for them.
Fitz and Liv spend one minute holding each other on the couch.
Olivia is the only person who can get close enough to Jake.
Huck chides Quinn when she returns from finishing a job alone. Quinn lets Huck know she’s positive he’s aware she can handle herself, so he needs to say what he really wants. Huck tells Quinn he wants her and pulls her to him.
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Olivia accuses Rowan of killing Harrison and Jerry Grant, then pinning it all on Jake. But Rowan is able to take everything that adds up and twist it around so it sounds very possible that Jake really is guilty, driven by his love for Olivia.
The morning after has a new outlook.
Jake gives Olivia a gun now that Rowan is cleaning house and Liv knows as much as any agent.
Do you ever get lonely, Robin?
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