Francis and Doug plan to frame Secretary of State nominee, Michael Kern. Meanwhile, Zoe's popularity at the Washington Herald continues to grow.

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Francis and Doug plan to frame Secretary of State nominee, Michael Kern. Meanwhile, Zoe's popularity at the Washington Herald continues to grow.

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When Russo is at the rental shop after arriving in Massachusetts his rental car, with Mass. plates, has a Virginia inspection sticker in the center of the windshield. Once he arrives at his destination the inspection sticker has been removed. See more »

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Francis Underwood: What a martyr craves more than anything is a sword to fall on. So, you sharpen the blade, hold it at just the right angle, and then... 3,2,1...
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Free Bird
Written by Ronnie Van Zant and Allen Collins
Performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd
[Plays while Peter Russo and Roy Kapeniak are talking about Kern and doing drugs.]
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Frank Moves It On!
26 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We are brought in on more deception. Frank now uses extortion and deception to enlist the help of more people. His wife must become a hatchet, dumping half of her workers. Zoe and her crew become a sounding board and an extension of Frank's plans. He begins to eliminate possible candidates as he moves spins his web. One of the things that happens is that the quid pro quo among the principles isn't that simple. Zoe's ambition sometimes clouds her judgment, not trusting the people that would be of the most use. Frank calls in some of his chips. Meanwhle, he is the man who laughs. We start to see that his protectiveness when it comes to Claire. It's a little confusing what Claire actually wants and we will be finding out more.


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