That was never what it was about…
It’s The West Wing, but with more psychopaths and threesomes.
The Sochi Olympics screwed up TV viewing earlier this year by scaring everything off the schedule. Here’s what we were able to find.
The last few chapters of House of Cards Season 2 solidify Frank’s character as a sociopath—think Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood. Like with Plainview, everyone gets screwed, except the Underwoods.
After watching Chapters 20-23, House of Cards could also be called Hypocrisy of the Underwoods. There are high and lows to watching Frank follow through with his “F U” mentality.
House of Cards leaves me with more questions than I started with, and that leaves me frustrated and frothing.
Frank exhausts me with his ability to turn multiple groups of people against each other all at the same time. His plots are a derisive commentary on human interaction, which is what House of Cards is all about.
Aaron Fox is finally getting around to catching up on the second season of House of Cards. Are big things in store for Zoe?
Tread lightly, Austin Television Experience visitors: there be spoilers ahead. Let’s talk about them!
This conceit was dragging on much longer than this fast-paced season warranted.
A spinoff series about the adventures of the parliamentary manual is already in the works.