I LOVE this Quote! Totally true and totally stealing (if I need to)! I didn’t read the reveiw but it looks pretty good!
So you lied to his face?
No. I revised the parametres of my promise.
Which is lying.
Which is politics.
– Bob Birch and Frank Underwood
After spending three episodes lining everything up and getting all the plot points and characters to where they need to be, it looks like House of Cards is finally ready to kick into high gear. There’s still a sense that show isn’t as comfortable with its amoral and sociopathic lead character as it should be, but there’s finally a sense of what Frank Underwood is capable of. We’ve seen him topple the incoming Secretary of State using just a college article that the man didn’t write, but that sort of politicking should be second-nature to Underwood at this point. Here, Frank is a bit more ruthless, a bit less concerned about collateral damage.
That’s really the key here. House of Cards needs us to…
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