Francis shakes down the Congressional leadership. Zoe is offered the promotion of White House Correspondent and doesn't know if she should take it or not.

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Francis shakes down the Congressional leadership. Zoe is offered the promotion of White House Correspondent and doesn't know if she should take it or not.

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The bathroom scene between Bob and Frank is a nod to Lyndon B. Johnson. LBJ was known for drawing attention to the size of his penis while in the restroom with colleagues. See more »

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When Zoe approaches Gillian at her cubicle, a woman walks by behind her holding a book. Zoe leaves Gillian's cube just as the woman walks out of the shot and when the camera zooms out, the same woman is seen walking just entering the shot. See more »

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Francis Underwood: [ending a bathroom squabble] I know you take a lot of pride in your manhood, Bob, it's impressive. But as big as it is, Linda can still shut the door on it.
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Remy Comes On
27 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I agree that at some point Frank does need to be reeled back a bit. Zoe and her relationships seem to be getting in the way of her agenda, but that is all about human nature. We find that there are other forces at work. Remy is a guy who seems to have tremendous power and influence and Frank, for the first time, seems to be a bit concerned about his position in the pecking order. Remy stands off in the distance while Frank has the ear of the President. I agree with another reviewer about the President's seeming lack of things to do. "The West Wing" made us aware, in a very realistic way, how the job eats at every moment of time. Claire continues to seek her own power base and it's obvious her relationship with Remy and his entourage are going to be a force for the future.


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