Frank helps Peter get ready for his governor race, but Peter is starting to have second thoughts. Doug tries to help a young hooker in trouble.

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Frank helps Peter get ready for his governor race, but Peter is starting to have second thoughts. Doug tries to help a young hooker in trouble.

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1 February 2013 (USA)  »

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The retro coffee shop style restaurant scenes where Stamper meets with Russo and later with Rachel are filmed at Werner's Restaurant in Baltimore MD. See more »

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While Francis and Christina are talking in his SUV, she brushes her hair behind her left ear. A moment later she is seen with her hair not behind her ear, as before. See more »

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Zoe Barnes: [looking out the window] I can see your security guy.
Francis Underwood: Meechum?
Zoe Barnes: He's cute.
Francis Underwood: He'd never go for you.
Zoe Barnes: Why not?
Francis Underwood: You're too intimidating.
Zoe Barnes: He's the one with the gun.
Francis Underwood: But your the one with the congressman.
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On His Feet Again
27 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

With the Teacher's Union tucked in his belt, Frank heads back to the White House, basking in the glory of his "accomplishments." He enlists Zoe to take an even more secretive and active role in promoting him, the whole time manipulating the manipulator. This all works like clockwork which is its failing, in some ways. While it is good television, and, let's face it, there is little reality in the one hour segment in even the most able dramas, it is still a little too pat, setting up the narrative hook. What is great, though, is the ensemble is really set for us and the issues like lust, alcoholism, betrayal, ambition, are right there and as we proceed, they will become even more impactful.


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