Much of the first half of House of Cards Season 4 was a battle of wits between Frank and Claire Underwood.The previous season had ended with Claire telling Frank that she is leaving him, and so
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There are a few ways to catch up for House of Cards season 5, which comes to Netflix May 30. You could rewatch all of season 4, which would take a long time. Or you could read this short refresher.
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May 18, 2017 · Everything you need to know before watching the fifth season of House of Cards. Check out my Season 5 Recap: https://youtu.be/Md2TQwYfSg8 Subscribe for more Recaps
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House of Cards recap: House of Cards has struggled to do anything too unique or compelling in its final season. The season premiere boasted some promise, with Claire’s no-nonsense approach
Claire plays incompetent while Doug digs deeper in House of Cards season 6, episode 4, “Chapter 69. In the fourth episode of House of Cards season 6, “Chapter 69,” it’s the day of Kathy
House of Cards Season Finale Recap: The Extreme Always Seems to Make an Impression. By Jessica Goldstein. House of Cards. Chapter 52. Season 4 Episode 13.
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‘House of Cards’ Season 4, Episode 9 recap: Won’t go down without a fight. Deny, deny, deny, make those back room deals, throw the Secretary of State under the bus, then head on down to Royal
May 30, 2017 · Wendy Moniz and Michael Kelly in the Season 4 finale of “House of Cards.”David Giesbrecht/Netflix. Doug (Michael Kelly), Frank’s creepily loyal Chief of Staff, arranges for a man named Anthony Moretti to die so that Frank can get the emergency liver transplant that saves his life after the assassination attempt.
Season 4, Episode 4: Chapter 43 As much as we love the power plays and scheming inherent in House of Cards , it’s the what-the-fuck-just-happened moments that really get fans going.