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Chapter 57 

Nine weeks after Election Day, the Underwoods work to consolidate their power. Leann tries to track down a missing Aidan Macallan.

Director:

Michael Morris

Writers:

Michael Dobbs (based on the novels by), Andrew Davies (based on the mini-series by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Spacey ... Francis Underwood
Robin Wright ... Claire Underwood
Michael Kelly ... Doug Stamper
Campbell Scott ... Mark Usher
Paul Sparks ... Thomas Yates
Derek Cecil ... Seth Grayson
Neve Campbell ... Leann Harvey
Joel Kinnaman ... Will Conway
Dominique McElligott ... Hannah Conway
Boris McGiver ... Tom Hammerschmidt
Korey Jackson ... Sean Jeffries
Colm Feore ... Ted Brockhart
Kate Lyn Sheil ... Lisa Williams
Wendy Moniz ... Laura Moretti
Reed Birney ... Donald Blythe
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Nine weeks after Election Day, the Underwoods work to consolidate their power. Leann tries to track down a missing Aidan Macallan.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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1.85 : 1
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Goofs

Donald Blythe tells Claire Underwood that the Senate had chosen a Vice President due to a contingent election since 1825. However, while that was the last time that the House chose the President, John C. Calhoun won the majority of the electoral vote for Vice President and there was no contingent election in the Senate for Vice President that year. The last time the Senate chose the Vice President was in 1837 when Democrat Richard M. Johnson failed to win a majority of electoral votes for Vice President and was elected by the Senate over Whig nominee Francis Granger. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Protesters: [chanting outside the Whitehouse] Not my president! Not my president! Not my president! Not my president! Not my president! Not my president!
[chanting continues]
Francis Underwood: [strolling between the protesdors talking to the camera] The people are angry. Nine weeks ago, we had an election in this country, but because two states refused to certify, neither Conway nor myself received the 270 electoral votes required for victory. So they gather here every morning to exercise their magnificent right, ...
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The Rats Are Chewing the Ropes
24 June 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

I would like to get to the point in this series. This one is a bit talkie but necessary. The interesting thing in the eye of the law is that when the vote comes, it is possible that we could have a split ticket. This means a President and a Vice President from different parties (namely, Conway as President and Claire as Vice President). I have not looked ahead, so I am positing this as a way things could go. Through most of this episode, we have both parties, but mostly the Underwoods, strong-arming House members. It's hopeful that there will be some more resolution in Episode 58. One significant member has disappeared and is being sought. Also, there is a tense scene as Frank doubts Doug's loyalty. Granated, Frank dragged Doug out of the depths of depression and drunkenness and saved his life, but Doug is so right to feel betrayed, considering what he has done for Frank (both good and evil). Meanwhile, we are watching Claire prancing around considering her own possibilities.


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