With House of Cards season 3 being released on Netflix, we take a look at 20 of the best quotes that Frank Underwood has ever muttered from the first two seasons.
Netflix’s original series, House of Cards season 3, is one of the most highly anticipated shows of the year. Its new season premieres on February 27, and we’re bound to get a whole new batch of incredibly hilarious and brutal quotes from President Frank Underwood.
Frank Underwood, who is brilliantly portrayed by Kevin Spacey, doesn’t hold back when it comes to spewing honesty. House of Cards season 3 promises to bring us even more delicious quotes that make our lives a bit better (read: darker). Take a look at his most brutally honest quotes below.
House of Cards season 3’s first 10 episodes leaked early, but were quickly taken down. We were able to see the first episode in its entirety, and it looks like Netflix has yet another hit on their hands. House of Cards season 3 will be filled with even more twists and turns, and more terrible acts from President Underwood.
House of Cards season 3 stars Kevin Spacey as Frank Underwood, along with his wife Claire, who is played by actress Robin Wright. The season starts off with Frank in the White House, as Claire aims to become a bigger part of politics. Actor Michael Kelly, who plays Frank’s good friend Doug Stamper, attempts to recover from a mysterious accident, and tries to make his way back into the warmth of Frank’s dangerous grip.
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All 13 episodes will be available beginning Friday, February 27 at 3:01 a.m. eastern/12:01 a.m. pacific. Make sure to let us know how you plan on watching House of Cards season 3, whether binging all 13 episodes in one day (insane, but possible) or spreading it out like a normal person over the next week.
Who are we kidding, if you’re watching House of Cards season 3 in less than 48 hours, you’re just as demented as we are. Let the butchery begin.
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