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Chapter 24 

Frank is questioned by a special prosecutor. Remy Danton is trying to keep all options open. Stamper is struggling with his demons.


(as John Coles)


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First Lady Tricia Walker
Ayla Sayyad (as Mozhan Marno)


Doug goes back to group therapy because of Rachel. Francis gives Doug a third chance. Doug then goes back to work, starts cooperating with Seth and decides to forget Rachel. Remy looks into Jackie's past. Claire uses Megan to get her bill passed. Francis and Doug defend themselves in the White House. Francis is finally meeting with Remy. Claire flirts with Edward. When Francis comes home and finds the two of them drunk, they start having fun together. Written by Andy Ward

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14 February 2014 (USA)  »

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After Doug goes to Rachel's apartment on the second floor he goes around and looks in on their lesbian encounter from a ground floor window. See more »


Francis Underwood: [pushing through a throng of reporters] From the lion's den to the pack of wolves. When you're fresh meat, kill, and throw something fresher.
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Francis Underwood is spelled as Francis Undwerwood See more »


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The Hearing and Beyond
26 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the turning point for Doug. Frank has expressed his disappointment in him because of his lack of effectiveness, and Frank gives him a third chance. Doug accepts his generosity and has a bit of an epiphany. Frank suspects he has been drinking but we know that his obsession has been with Rachel, who is moving farther and farther away from him. Meanwhile a hearing is going on where Frank must defend himself and the President. He is initially unable to answer some questions (he is a master at stonewalling) and manages to get things delayed as Senator Dunbar grills him. His advisers, Doug and the new guy dig through every bit of documentation they can get their hands on from the personal logs of Frank and the President. Included in this, of course, are going to be the visits to the marriage counselor/minister which won't help the chief executive's position. The other rape victim seems to gain confidence and is able now to tell her story, which helps Claire, even though Claire finds she is taking a boatload of drugs. The episode ends in one of those things that shows Frank and Claire aren't your everyday couple.

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