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There is no point in attempting to discuss anything in this House of Cards episode without first addressing the Scene. You know exactly which scene I mean without my having to say it, much the way Edward Meechum knew it was okay to press his lips against the flesh of Frank Underwood and Claire Underwood without anyone speaking loud. On one hand, the scene played as too obviously provocative, as if the writers were desperate to deliver another gasp equal to the one unleashed earlier this season via the Metro station shoving of Zoe Barnes. The former incident involved Frank taking violent action against a former lover, literally pushing her out when he perceived that she could not be trusted. The latter involved Frank taking a lover, a man who happens to be responsible for shielding Frank from violence on a daily basis.
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Troy L. Smith, Northeast Ohio Media Group. Photo: Netflix. Frank kills a dog. Steve's farewell present. Frank and Claire genuinely feel terrible when they learn their former bodyguard Steve has cancer. When Claire visits Steve in the hospital, things take a strange turn.
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House of Cards creator Beau Willimon clears up Frank Underwood's sexuality
Things go from intense to just plain weird in episode 11 of House of Cards season two. If you haven't gotten to that episode just yet and don't want to be spoiled, then turn back now, because this one is a real doozy. If you thought the Zoe scene from the first episode was shocking, then you haven't seen anything yet. The love scene is a surprising one, because not only do Frank and Meechum kiss we already knew that Frank was bisexual , but also because it looks, on the surface, like a moment of recklessness on the Underwoods' part. How could a couple who carefully calculate every single move not realize that having a threesome with their security detail could potentially hurt them down the road — especially when you consider that Claire just got through her adultery scandal?
But that could be as far as it goes. So I thought it was right down the alley. Off-camera, there was no funny business, if you were maybe expecting Spacey and Wright to be cracking jokes pre- and post-menage. Not that you, or anyone, would expect that. Instead, Darrow acknowledges that the moment was just like any other scene in the bigger picture.