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Chapter 62 

The Underwoods and their team angle to undermine the revived committee investigating Frank. Hammerschmidt's investigation heats up.

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Doug Stamper
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Thomas Yates
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Seth Grayson
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Leann Harvey
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Tom Hammerschmidt
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Sean Jeffries
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Catherine Durant
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Garrett Walker
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Aidan Macallan
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Nathan Green
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Alex Romero
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The Underwoods and their team angle to undermine the revived committee investigating Frank. Hammerschmidt's investigation heats up.

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30 May 2017 (USA)  »

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The painting Claire chose for her office is from the artist Mark Rothko: 'Untitled' (Black on Grey). It is one of a series painted in 1969 and 1970. The artist claimed that these works (the series in black and grey) symbolized death. Mark Rothko killed himself not long after he completed this series. See more »

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Francis Underwood: The dead sleep with their eyes open, my grandfather would say. They're watching you from the past.
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A Great Unraveling
26 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is quite an episode. Frank, to Claire's chagrin, begins to overstep. He has assumed all along that there was no one that couldn't be bought or threatened. The problem is that this kind of overconfidence has made his godhead, and hence he figures to always land on his feet. What takes place is time and events that begin to pile up around him. Finally there are people of integrity, including the former President, who are willing to finally say what happened. When he gets before the committee, he decides to not invoke the Fifth Amendment and to present his thoughts for all to see. Aidan returns and Frank will never be able to find out what he told the Russians, as you shall see. Doug's trail is becoming hotter and hotter. Claire makes an admission to Tom in bed, and it is astounding. Frank's biggest mistake is not listening to his wife, who has a much more balanced view of the Presidency and its future. Mostly it is a serious failure to keep way too many balls in the air.


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