The Pain In Frank Underwood's House Of Cards

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House of Cards is a television show starring Kevin Spacey as Frank Underwood. He's a determined ruthless politician that is driven by power. During Underwood's mission, he climbs his way to the top through manipulating and blackmailing anyone who's in his crosshairs. With all the awards this show won, it's no fluke to say House of Cards is a real winner. From its storyline and cast that are a part of this hit drama television series, all this is what make it an extraordinary show to watch. The storyline of House of Cards is none other than brilliant. From 2013-2015, House of Cards was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series. Underwood delivers a line in the opening minutes of the very first scene in episode one that defines who he is. "There are two kinds of pain. The sort of pain that makes you strong, or useless pain. The sort of pain that's only suffering. I have no patience for useless things." Later that episode, Underwood is basically smacked hard in the face when the President and Chief of Staff inform him that the President will not be promoting Underwood to Secretary of State as he was promised by the President. Instead, President Walker firmly says that he wants Underwood to stay with the job he has now as House Majority Whip. Underwood is beyond livid as a result. The early opening quote about pain translates to this scene, thus producing a furious Frank Underwood. All the anger and frustration…show more content…
They all share the major goal with serving the U.S. to help create a better country but as the politicians work together, they are always going head-to-head. Like Underwood, they too find ways around other co-workers through blackmailing and manipulating. The show displays a free-for-all battle among all the politicians and makes a perfect war to

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