Seth comes clean to Francis about being hired by Remy. Doug travels to China to take care of some business concerning Raymond Tusk. Meanwhile, he's dealing with his own personal problems with Rachel. Francis and Claire dine with the president and his wife. Written by
Did You Know?
The painting before which Walker and Underwood are contemplating is "The Avenue in the Rain" by Childe Hassan, painted in 1917. It's part of the art-collection of the White House. President Obama decided to hang it in the Oval Office in 2009. See more
Walker asks Underwood to assume that Truman sat on one of their chairs while deciding to "drop the bomb" referring to the atomic bombing of Japan. That decision wasn't made in Washington at all - Truman was in Germany attending the Potsdam Conference during that time. See more
Money don't usually come through that door unless it's lookin' for a plate of ribs.