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Chapter 65 

In the wake of a surprising announcement, everything at the White House is shaken up. A decision must be made about whether to go to war.

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Eric Rawlings
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In the wake of a surprising announcement, everything at the White House is shaken up. A decision must be made about whether to go to war.

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Final chapter of Kevin Spacey after sexual allegations. See more »

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[first lines]
Francis Underwood: Oh, Congressman Romero, I just wanted to see you one last time before I leave.
Alex Romero: I don't believe there's anything left to be said.
Francis Underwood: No, not between us. Not any longer. I just wanted to thank you for your tenacity.
Alex Romero: [chuckles arms folded] Whatever you're up to, you won't get away with it.
Francis Underwood: Maybe I already have.
Alex Romero: The committee will continue its work. We'll recommend charges to DOJ.
[moves toward the door]
Francis Underwood: Rochelle.
[waits for him to turn back around]
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Off the rails
31 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

HoC's descent into the bizarre began in season 4. Sure, there were plenty of far-fetched developments in earlier seasons, but season 4 took the proverbial cake. Season 5 opened with more of the same. I'm about to bail on this once-engrossing tale of psychopathic political chicanery, just as I bailed on "24" a season or two before it was put out of its misery. Should I stick around until the end, just because I've already watched 4 seasons? Sunk costs are sunk. And there's a high opportunity cost attached to HoC, given the large number of good shows that are in my Netflix and Amazon Video queues.


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