Something I didn't expect. Mac and Templeton had a common goal and worked together to safe the crew of the sunken sub.
Although the series has decreased it's speed it's still one of my favourite.
It's nice to see how the characters evolve and get a life of themselves.
This episode deals the second time with a foreign country and takes a political side. We all know that newspapers and TV can affect peoples view of the world. Hopefully this one does for the better.
What I miss is a strong Commander in Chief. With risking to get exposed and have there sub with the surveillance technologies getting in the hands of the "enemy", Mac acts more like a caring mother than a president.
Here vice president, who she selected for his military know how, suggested the exact opposite of what she ordered.
Maybe it would have been better if she had given up "her" boys.
It's cruel but...