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House of Cards Season 3 Chapter 35 – Innocence Lost

This episode opens with Kate Baldwin (Kim Dickens) sleeping with Thomas Yates (Paul Sparks) skipping President Frank Underwood’s campaign speech in Iowa. During the speech, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright), passes Frank a note that 8 Russian troops were killed in the Jordan Valley. Frank cuts his speech short and tries to get Russian President Viktor Petrov on the phone.

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House of Cards Season 3 Chapter 34 – Hurricane Frank

This episode focuses deep on the character of Frank Underwood. It is told reflectively through the eyes of two opposing writers–Thomas Yates tells the positive stories of pushing the limits, boy to President. While Kate Baldwin tells of the tyrant who rules harshly, steps on everyone, and breaks all the rules to reach the top.

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Why July 22nd Will Be a Major Sick Day – Star Trek

There is only one day on my 2016 calendar which I have circled in red – July 22nd – and that’s not because it’s my birthday. It’s something much bigger than that – July 22nd is the scheduled release date for ‘Star Trek Beyond’, which is the sequel to ‘Star Trek into Darkness’, AND…the 50th anniversary…

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House of Cards Season 3, Chapter 30 – The Ear of God

This episode opens with Heather Dunbar (Elizabeth Marvel) addressing the Supreme Court to admit responsibility for a presidential airstrike that harmed a civilian who became crippled as a result. The scene fades into President Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) attending the funeral of three…

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House of Cards Season 3, Chapter 29 – Viktor Petrov

This episode focuses on cold war feelings between President Underwood and Russian President Petrov. The men continue to reflect their testosterone and constantly try to upstage each other. This upstaging is mirrored in Clarie Underwood and Cathy Durant’s footing of trying to find who is doing whose job.

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House of Cards Season 3, Chapter 27 – Doug Stamper

The story open six months into Francis J. “Frank” Underwood Presidency, played by Keven Spacey. With Frank playing respects to his dead father’s grave. Talking directly into the camera, a classic move of this series, he explains that he will be remembered far more than his father.

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My Geeky Valentine’s Idea…House of Cards Marathon?

I have a confession to make. I am going to share my deepest darkest sin in my life. One I would deny publicly and never want my kids to know. Ready? I am secretly in love and am addicted to Netflix’s House of Cards.I know, I know. It’s a non-geeky show that is certainly not Christian, …

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