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"House of Cards" Chapter 47 (TV Episode 2016) Poster

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(2016)

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Francis Underwood: [narrating] The only problem with common sense is that it's so...

[pauses]

Francis Underwood: ... common.

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Bob Birch: You want the convention to be a circus.

Francis Underwood: Oh, Bob, I'm not sure if you've noticed or not, but politics is no longer just theater, it's show business. So let's put on the best show in town.

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Francis Underwood: [aside to the camera] Senator Dean Austen of Ohio, the leadership's top choice for running mate. Twelve years in Congress, helps us with a major swing state, middle of the road, very few enemies, and most importantly to them, long-time friend of the NRA. Now his shortcomings are he's another middle-aged white guy, underwhelming, unimaginative and a long-time friend of the NRA.

[counting down on his fingers, ending with his middle finger]

Francis Underwood: So you can see how I feel about the leadership's choice.

Francis Underwood: [sitting down] Senator...

Senator Dean Austen: I'm honored, Mr. President. I just have one major reservation.

Francis Underwood: Claire?

Senator Dean Austen: Yes, sir.

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Thomas Yates: I'm on the Marxist side of Democrat. Why would I help a Republican?

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[first lines]

Hannah Conway: I just love your writing, Tom, ever since Scorpio. I think it just gets better and better.

Thomas Yates: Oh, yeah? What else have you read?

Hannah Conway: All of them. I thought the latest was brilliant: God's Cauldron.

Thomas Yates: You read that?

Hannah Conway: In one sitting.

Will Conway: But what we'd really love to read is your book on the Underwoods.

Thomas Yates: Well, it's changed. It's fiction now.

Will Conway: But based on them.

Thomas Yates: People might draw parallels.

Hannah Conway: Would the Underwoods find it flattering?

Thomas Yates: I don't think they'd be too happy with it.

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Francis Underwood: Bob, I'm not sure if you've noticed or not, but politics is no longer just theater, it's show business.

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