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There isn't much symbolism to it. As in couple of others episodes in season 1, there are scenes only meant to present Francis's and Claire's personalities. Cemetery scenes show Claire as a person who doesn't look back and doesn't have much reverence for what is sacred for other people especially when she pursues a goal. The cemetery represents the past and ...


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Because there is no reason to suspect murder. Yes, Russo had some more contact with Francis Underwood 'recently', but in the political circuit it's not abnormal for politicians to extend their network. It's certainly not abnormal for more 'senior' politicians to guide/foster more 'junior' politicians, so nothing suspicious there. Underwood's low or high ...


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First, this is your judgement as a person sitting comfortably in front of a screen. In the last episode of season 2 everything has been happening in the heat of the moment. Walker was under such pressure that he has been unable to keep a level head and for the same reason Francis has been extremely desperate. Second, as an ambitious man he was, Walker ...


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