House of cards chapter 23
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Comprehensive Episode Guides: Chapter 23 Season 2 – House of Cards Episode Summary 2.10
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Doug must sense that, too, which is why he was trying to cram in as much book-reading as possible, by using Rachel Posner as his own personal Audible. All of this super-charged action and rhetoric — not to mention the hat trick of high-profile broadcast journalist cameos from Hannity, Maddow, and Matthews — suggests that House of Cards season two should be at its moment of peak binge-worthiness, when no amount of will power can stop viewers from gobbling up the episodes that remain. I could grab a bite, I guess. But with each House of Cards chapter unspooling back-to-back-to-back, the redundancy becomes that much more glaring. Consequently, what might be merely frustrating in a once-every-seven-days context is actively making me so insane that I might have to check myself into a mental institution and tell the doctors I am suffering from an acute case of Tusk-Underwood Intolerancy Syndrome that demands immediate medication and bed rest. The maddeningly one-dimensional directives are not just limited to Frank and Raymond.
What Are Mishti? I'm Two Feet Away! Join in with Joel Kim Booster , who will be watching each episode for the first time and recapping them every day. When Netflix first jumped into the original programming game back in , much was made of its dump-and-run model of releasing seasons. Audiences would no longer have to wait a week to see where the story leads next, some could even opt to watch an entire season in the span of one weekend or one night! While this tactic has undeniably created more compelling television as a whole not only on Netflix, but Amazon as well , it can sometimes throw off the pacing of an otherwise great show. Frank is getting ready to fuck Meechum.
With a military stand-off overseas and potential violence at home, Frank wants to finish off Tusk for good. Claire and Jackie Sharp collide. Lisa moves in with Rachel despite Doug 's orders for her to stay away, and Walker has to deal with Chinese naval movements against Japan as the trade war escalates. Frank then receives a bomb threat from an ex-Marine who also claims responsibility for the Capitol incident, and apparently Claire was the intended target so Frank requests that Edward Meechum be her bodyguard. This leads her to confirm her suspicions regarding a laundering scheme that is heavily influencing Congress, and she questions Lanagin and his involvement. Sayyad publishes her story on the money laundering scheme, which causes a huge stir in the press. The resulting investigation reflects badly on Walker , and he eventually follows Frank 's advice to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the story and to clear the White House of any involvement.