House of Veep?
House of Veep?
“She’s clearly not a real person, that Claire Underwood lady.”
Super shady, Frank.
"What they wanted was a really calm, laid-back, easygoing guinea pig that loved to be held."
"There’s nothing fun about 30 people standing around watching you, like, pretend to pleasure someone."
You can’t always get what you want. Well, unless you’re Frank Underwood.
"One of the things that I appreciate: I think that she owns her sexuality."
What’s next for House of Cards bodyguard Edward Meechum?
Frank Underwood makes his play for the president, using the dark side of the Force.
We miss you, fake website.
Things are getting sexy — and also weirdly sinister — in the Underwood residence.
We’re nearing the end of the season, and multiple things are threatening to go ka-blammo.
Everyone is insignificant in comparison to the Underwoods.
You will never guess who’s still fighting? Frank and Raymond! Can you believe it?
The president on this show is a joke.
Frank versus Tusk, and an energy crisis.
"He does just the most precious little squeak when he’s happy."
This episode had something to do with currency manipulation and China and … oh, we don’t know. Maybe you can explain it to us?
"Cashew is the breakout star of Season 2, for sure."
Anthrax scares and a revelatory interview, in the busiest episode of season two so far.
Spoilers! Here be spoilers.
"Sexy" spoilers ahead, beware.
Vice President Underwood scores a political win while journalist Lucas Goodwin becomes increasingly reckless.
Apparently Congress is pretty into blackmail and murder.
In episode two of season two, it’s back to backstabbing Capitol Hill business.