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House of Cards may be the best show ever. We watched as the deliciously ruthless duo Frank and Claire Underwood did every wicked thing necessary to make Frank the next President of the United States — successfully. In the process, they became our favorite TV villains. Exploring the sinister side of politics, House of Cards has it all: murder, manipulation, and (gasp!) threesomes. And Frank Underwood is definitely a little queer. His mooning affections over his boyguard amounted to a three-person tryst, and his homoerotic affections for Chief of Staff Doug Stamper add to the Commander in Chief's growing complexity. Can't get enough? Pride follows every juicy plot twist in the Netflix hit series.

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