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Chapter 65 

In the wake of a surprising announcement, everything at the White House is shaken up. A decision must be made about whether to go to war.

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... Francis Underwood
... Claire Underwood
... Doug Stamper
... Mark Usher
... Jane Davis
... Seth Grayson
... Leann Harvey
... Tom Hammerschmidt
... Sean Jeffries
... Alex Romero
... Angela
Mercedes Herrero ... Vanessa Morrison
Kevin Carrigan ... Admiral Dale
... Eric Rawlings
Connie Chung ... Connie Chung
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In the wake of a surprising announcement, everything at the White House is shaken up. A decision must be made about whether to go to war.

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30 May 2017 (USA)  »

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Final chapter of Kevin Spacey after sexual allegations. See more »

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Francis Underwood: Oh, Congressman Romero, I just wanted to see you one last time before I leave.
Alex Romero: I don't believe there's anything left to be said.
Francis Underwood: No, not between us. Not any longer. I just wanted to thank you for your tenacity.
Alex Romero: [chuckles arms folded] Whatever you're up to, you won't get away with it.
Francis Underwood: Maybe I already have.
Alex Romero: The committee will continue its work. We'll recommend charges to DOJ.
[moves toward the door]
Francis Underwood: Rochelle.
[waits for him to turn back around]
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A good season, but slightly underwhelming
5 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

Season 5 has been good throughout, however unlike the previous seasons, this one has been a little slow and uneven. It starts off promising, with a very good first episode, only to drag out on the election, which has been happening since season 3-4, it got a bit tiring after a while.

While this season's strongest points come from the brilliant acting by Kevin and Robin, this season has been very slow. Around 90% of season 5 takes place in the White House, and eventually it gets boring. Seasons 1-4 was very open, and had much more interesting characters, and a more throughout story. This did not.

That doesn't mean that this season was bad, this episode in particular was very well written and directed. House of Cards has always been a beautifully shot season, with some great moments.

One of the biggest complaints and what I think is the reason this season got so many bad reviews, is it felt pro-feminist. Almost every male character in this season is portrayed as been dumb, with all the females being the strongest. Claire​ Underwood appears to be smarter than Frank this season, which is completely stupid.

Season 5 has been good, it's had great moments, but overall it felt very feminist, slow and I got sick of seeing the damn White House. So I'll give the season along with this episode a 6.4/10, most of which comes from Kevin's acting.


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