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Netflix’s House of Cards, Season 1: Becky Graebner’s Guide

Check out this 9-part dissection of the first 12 episodes before binge-watching season 2 tomorrow.

Becky Graebner


February 13, 2014 - 9:17 am
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Editor’s Note: Spend your Valentine’s Day with Frank Underwood! Catch up on Netflix’s House of Cards with this collection of articles Washington D.C.-based Becky Graebner wrote analyzing the first season, concluding with her predictions of the highly-anticipated season 2 that becomes available on February 14.

Here’s a table of contents for the nine articles Becky wrote last summer and her season 2 preview from January; jump to the ones that interest you or just dive in from the beginning in this 9000-word collection:

Part 1:  3 Washington D.C. Stereotypes House of Cards Hits Too Close for Comfort

Part 2:  The House of Cards Vision of Infidelity: More Fact than Fiction

Part 3:  Seduce Your Way to the Top? Meet the Anne Boleyns of Washington, D.C.

Part 4:  Why We Love to Hate Politicians

Part 5: Can Evil Sometimes Be Good?

Part 6: A Cast of Master Obfuscators

Part 7:  4 Reasons Why Netflix’s House of Cards Is Such a Hit

Part 8: Real Life Lessons We Learned From Watching Fictional House of Cards

Part 9: Forecast for House of Cards Season 2: Stormy with a Chance of Homicide

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British original was best, although I like Spacey.
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I still need to watch the British version. It's on my "to do" list after I marathon watch Season 2 today. :)

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Frank Underwood is evil.

He's also a Democrat.

Forgive the redundancy.
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Frank Underwood is really, really, really evil
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