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post #46 of 83
New season was pretty good with exception to the Freddy's plot line which felt pretty stupid.
post #47 of 83
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New season was pretty good with exception to the Freddy's plot line which felt pretty stupid.

Racist.
post #48 of 83

Yeah I enjoyed it. Didn't really care for the Doug Stamper plot line. The Underwoods though continue to be supremely crazy and interesting to watch.

post #49 of 83
the freddy episode, the Stamper plot and the scene with the bodyguard all seemed out of place and unresolved.
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Yeah I enjoyed it. Didn't really care for the Doug Stamper plot line. The Underwoods though continue to be supremely crazy and interesting to watch.
post #50 of 83
The threechum scene just creeped me the hell out. I saw it yesterday and had the creeps today thinking about it. The Stamper plot grew on me. I really liked him in the end. I want to see more of Seth. He's the perfect psychopath.

I thought it was kind of cute how they had the HoC video at the correspondents dinner and everyone nerded out over it. It's kind of like a cop who ends his shift then goes home and watches Cops.

I cherish every breaking the 4th wall scene. "Achilles was only as strong as his heel."
post #51 of 83
I feel like the stamper plot will eventually have relevance (in the 3rd season).

I got a good laugh out of how they spun the picture of Claire.
post #52 of 83
the threechum scene was one of the most visceral, physically disturbing scenes I have ever felt watching something (both film & tv). it just felt so gross and… weird. I was definitely shaken for a few days after, and still get the yuck shivers when I think about it now.
post #53 of 83
I'm a pretty "open" guy when it comes to not being homophobic and I agree, that was creepy and it didn't seem right at all. I'm sitting there thinking that how could those two men even have known...it just seemed unbelievable and out of character. Easily my least favorite part of the last two seasons and one that seem very contrived.
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the threechum scene was one of the most visceral, physically disturbing scenes I have ever felt watching something (both film & tv). it just felt so gross and… weird. I was definitely shaken for a few days after, and still get the yuck shivers when I think about it now.
post #54 of 83
Got three episodes in and gave up. The simple fact is that the show is just not that good.
post #55 of 83
You smokin dat crack breh
post #56 of 83
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The show is still a ton of fun but some head scratching plot lines this season.
post #57 of 83
This show is so overrated. What a ridiculous show. Average at best.

And how the fuck does this show not have one likeable character?
post #58 of 83
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I'm a pretty "open" guy when it comes to not being homophobic and I agree, that was creepy and it didn't seem right at all. I'm sitting there thinking that how could those two men even have known...it just seemed unbelievable and out of character. Easily my least favorite part of the last two seasons and one that seem very contrived.

You did not know Francis and his wife were freaks? Show pretty much tells you Francis is at least bi on the episode where they name a library after him. He fucked, and loved one of his military academy homies.

Honestly, I like that subplot. More sex please. Gonna miss the deviant Chinaman.
post #59 of 83
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I agree about the threesome. Came out of nowhere. I wasn't shaken up by it but it was certainly bizarre. It's like they wanted to toss in a curve ball because they could. It would've been more interesting (if not predictible) if they took him under their wing like a son and it became a "blindspot".
post #60 of 83
Thought the season was awesome. Seems perfectly reasonable that a show like this would not have likable characters (although I find Rachel and several others likable)
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