Frank tries to do whatever it takes to get the new bill past congress. Russo goes on a bus campaign with the Vice President, but the VP is not making it an easy trip for him. Zoe's relationship with Frank gets a little bumpy.

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Frank tries to do whatever it takes to get the new bill past congress. Russo goes on a bus campaign with the Vice President, but the VP is not making it an easy trip for him. Zoe's relationship with Frank gets a little bumpy.

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When Frank says, "A great man once said...", the quote he shares was from Oscar Wilde. See more »

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While Frank is demonstrating to Vanderberg and Abrams that they are the "black sheep" of the Democratic Caucus, he uses toy soldiers to demonstrate the Congressmen and a bowl of candy to demonstrate the caucus. He places them on opposite sides of the table and leans back in his chair, revealing a Hershey's Kiss and a blue M&M lying on the desk in front of him. However, when he leans forward, the two pieces of candy have disappeared. See more »

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Francis Underwood: A great man once said, everything is about sex. Except sex. Sex is about power.
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Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 9 No. 2
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She Has Her Own Agenda
27 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As Peter continues his quest for Governor with Frank's help, Mrs. Underwood is getting ticked at the slow development of her own agenda. She pretty much betrays her husband getting the bill to fail. The dynamics between this couple are like the Macbeths. Except there are two Lady Macbeths. The two have a kind of respectable tension and know that they are a team but that, at times, they will clash big time. We see a lot of tension between Frank and the Vice President in this episode. We also see the character of Peter grow and prosper, which is sad because he is in Frank's pocket the whole time. Remy continues to assert his authority big time.


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