The Jodie Fosster-directed episode has a very "Dexter"-esque cold open. We see Freddy, preparing for his day. He does some exercise, before walking to work. When he arrives at his place, he finds the morning paper, with news of Claire's scandal splashed across the front page.
Remy is up to no good, as Chapter 21 begins. He tracks down Evelyn, Claire's former chief of staff at CWI. He takes he rout for coffee and the conversation turns to Claire. Evelyn surely isn't fond of the woman who made her fire half her staff, then canned her after. Remy can use Evelyn to get at the Underwoods.
In the original, 1990's British version of House of Cards, Francis Urquhart is a conservative ideological extremist who rises through the political ranks by defeating one starry-eyed opponent after another. The American version — the second season of which is set to launch on Netflix Friday — is considerably different. For one thing, the House majority whip Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey) may nominally be a blue-dog Democrat from South Carolina, but he is as free of ideology as it's
Tax credits for Maryland's cybersecurity and film industries could expand as part of the legislative session that starts Wednesday. They're just some of the many tax credits that industry groups said they hope to see grow, even as big fights over the minimum wage and changes to stormwater management fees loom for the session.
There's bad journalism, and then, there is bad online, show-biz journalism, which is in a class by itself when it comes to laziness, lack of fact-checking and flatout hack-ocity (I know that's not a word, but it speaks to my anger at the moment).
When the Maryland workers building the sets for "House of Cards" started sawing and hammering the offices and homes of characters like Francis and Claire Underwood 20 months ago in Harford County, most of them were thinking only of earning a steady paycheck, not being part of TV history.
One of the top television series of the summer of 2013 has a Harford County native among its cast members, an actor who has spent nearly 25 years working with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry.
...the slippery slope established could result in more affluent neighborhoods paying extra for patrols at the expense of everyone else, or everyone being sent bills every time they have encounters with police.
The Bel Air Police Department will be paid approximately $1,500 for assisting with security at Tuesday afternoon's "House of Cards" filming that took place along Williams Street, Chief Leo Matrangola said Wednesday.