On Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 10, Elizabeth begins working on getting the ERA passed while preparing for Stevie's wedding and Russell averts one last disaster.
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On Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 10, the McCords get ready for Stevie's wedding to Dmitri, but not before Elizabeth starts working on the Equal Rights Amendment.
At a historic bill signing, a woman who was born the day women got the right to vote tells Elizabeth she doesn't trust that any equal rights legislation will stay in place if there is not a Constitutional amendment. Elizabeth decides to get to work on it while also getting ready for Stevie's wedding.
Elizabeth and Russell want to make sure the wedding is apolitical, but when Stevie's chosen venue burns down, Stevie is forced to have it in the White House. Mike sees an opportunity to lobby representatives, which Russell vetoes, but Stevie later says she wants to do it.
Meanwhile, Russell tells Elizabeth that he and Carol have been separated since he became Chief of Staff. Elizabeth feels bad but Russell says talking to Carol would be a bad idea. Russell keeps trying to reconnect with Carol while also trying to prevent problems at the wedding, including averting a potential coup in Venezuela.
Stevie and Dmitri marry in a beautiful ceremony attended by all of the McCords' friends and family and officiated by President Dalton.
To find out how the series ends, watch Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 10 online.
On Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 10, the McCords overcome last-minute obstacles to pull off a spectacular family celebration on the series finale.