House of Cards (2013–2018)
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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.


Robin Wright


Michael Dobbs (based on the novels by), Andrew Davies (based on the mini-series by) | 4 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Spacey ... Francis Underwood
Robin Wright ... Claire Underwood
Michael Kelly ... Doug Stamper
Campbell Scott ... Mark Usher
Patricia Clarkson ... Jane Davis
Derek Cecil ... Seth Grayson
Neve Campbell ... Leann Harvey
Boris McGiver ... Tom Hammerschmidt
Korey Jackson ... Sean Jeffries
James Martinez ... Alex Romero
Alexis Nichole Smith ... Angela
Mercedes Herrero Mercedes Herrero ... Vanessa Morrison
Kevin Carrigan ... Admiral Dale
Malcolm Madera ... Eric Rawlings
Connie Chung Connie Chung ... Connie Chung


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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Release Date:

30 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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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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31 May 2017 | by dougmacdonaldburrSee all my reviews

House Of Cards is the best political show on television. Season 5 might be my favourite they have ever done. By this point a core group of main characters has been established. It is very easy to dive right into the season. The pace is solid and consistent. Each episode ends with key revelations and the next carries the momentum on towards a strong finish. I feel the characters and plot lines are more unified this season. It is the Underwood administration against the world with all the dirty tricks and vicious back stabbing you could hope for. This episode ties the season together beautifully and completely opens the story up for next season. I really have no idea what will happen. Another thing I appreciate is that the show does not force feed you the writers own political opinions. You can probably find that in it if you want to, but, you don't have to. The Underwoods are smart, charming and willing to do anything they can to acquire power. Who cares what their political opinions are? I enjoyed this a lot and already look forward to season 6.

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