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Bassam "Barry" al-Fayeed, who has fully assimilated to living in America, is the son of a Middle Eastern dictator. Barry is a pediatrician in Los Angeles, but he and his family return to his native country for his nephew's wedding. It's his first visit in 20 years, but things don't go as planned. When his father dies suddenly, Barry and his family are embroiled in political upheaval and forced to stay in the country. A clash of cultures ensues as Barry is thrown back into the familial and national politics of his youth, which he had escaped by self-imposed exile.

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aired 725 days ago
Barry and Molly are on the brink of war with the Caliphate; Leila makes a bold political move; Barry and Daliyah come to a crossroads in their relationship; the conflict in Abuddin threatens to turn into a bloody civil war.
aired 725 days ago
When Abuddin falls into chaos, Daliyah takes a public stand against Barry and convinces Fauzi to leave; Barry gives Maloof authority to shut down Leila's opposition to regain control; Ahmed pressures his mother to surrender.
aired 732 days ago
Molly returns to Abuddin to pursue her daughter's killer; Leila and Cogswell hope for a brief escape from the world only to find that its impossible; Barry take a hard line with the country in the wake of his daughter's death.
aired 739 days ago
Emma's death haunts Barry, as does his failure to kill Ihab; Leila leaves the government and forms an unexpected partnership; the Caliphate speeds up plans to invade Abuddin while Ihab connects with Mahdiya.
aired 739 days ago
Barry's policies put Daliyah in danger; Al-Qadi offers a risky plan in an effort to move toward peace; Fauzi puts his heart on the line but Daliyah feels conflicted; Barry cracks down on the political process as the election spirals out of control.
aired 746 days ago
Following thwarted terrorist attacks, Barry bans open prayer at the University and causes a huge backlash; Al-Qadi stands up against the restriction on religious freedom; Daliyah and Barry comfort each other; Leila's relationship with Cogswell heats up, as does her campaign.
aired 746 days ago
A catastrophe threatens to rock the country to its core and Barry and Molly respond in vastly different ways; protests break out in Abuddin; Al-Qadi struggles with his position between Islamic faction; Fauzi and Leila launch their campaigns.
aired 753 days ago
Barry and Molly try desperately to prevent a personal tragedy; Fauzi and Daliyah grow close through work; Ahmed learns something about Nusrat's past.
aired 753 days ago
Barry discovers that he only has a tenuous hold over Abuddin; Sammy embarks on a risky relationship; Ihab seeks revenge; Fauzi returns and gets thrust into a political role; Molly's visit to a military hospital goes awry.
aired 753 days ago
Barry steps in as interim president and sets the stage for the democratic elections; army leaders take measures too far in an attempt to secure peace; an American General, who has a history with Leila, arrives in Abuddin.
aired 893 days ago
Barry encourages Rami to stay and oversee the transition; Leila cooperates with the Arab League, hoping to secure a position for herself and Ahmed in the new world order.
aired 893 days ago
Barry takes advantage of a sandstorm to overrun the Caliphate's military base; Leila re-examines her loyalties and makes a bold play in the palace; Molly uses all the resources at her disposal to try and save Barry's life.
aired 896 days ago
Barry prepares to lead a crucial mission; Jamal takes extreme action that has far-reaching ramifications; Leila doubts Jamal's ability to see them through the storm.

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