ended with Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) becoming husband Frank's (Kevin Spacey) running mate in the upcoming presidential election against suave but hotheaded Republican Will Conway (Joel Kinnaman).
Wright has joked that our real-life POTUS has taken "all of our good ideas," making the Netflix drama's far-fetched plots seem a little less, well, far-fetched. and White House chief of staff Doug Stamper (Michael Kelly) are murderers who have narrowly avoided being killed themselves. Pretty sure none of that's in James Comey's receipts, but, hey, ya never know.
"You're the reason he died." Frank moves to comfort her, and she uses the opportunity to tell him that she hopes he dies and that Claire becomes president. Now that the funeral is over, it's time for both parties to use Miller's death for their own political gains.
Frank's plan is to push Congress to make a declaration of war, whipping Americans (and, more importantly, voters) into a fearful frenzy.
In addition to putting out his own fires — running mate General Brockhart (Colm Feore) needs to toe the line, while his wife Hannah (Dominique Mc Elligott) has been expressing sympathy for the at-large Masterson's mother — he recruits right-leaning Democratic congressman Alex Romero (James Martinez) to join the declaration of war committee and sway the vote. When she's approached by reporters after the meeting, she's visibly distraught, and asks her son to turn himself in. For her next trick, Claire pays a visit to a burnt-down convenience store in North Carolina. Someone's clearly onto her bullshit, because a man shouts "War whore!
"You killed my father," she tells Frank during her father's funeral service.
Oh, and in case you were wondering, she's still sleeping with Tom Yates (Paul Sparks), even though he steals her stuff and helps himself to the White House kitchen.
There's been a lot of talk about FBI raids targeting Joshua Masterson. The bruised and battered criminal won't give up any ICO intel, but does hock up a big wad of spit the president's way.
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