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Now that you’ve had nearly 10 days to tuck into the fifth season of “House of Cards,” let’s talk about Frank Underwood‘s sexuality.Not just because it’s pride month (in Netflix’s White House, anyway) or a compelling storyline to imagine an LGBT person in the highest office in the land, but because this is “House of Cards” at its finest — weaponizing humanity as political liability.
It's late on a Wednesday afternoon, and a table in the foyer of Westlake Recording Studios in West Hollywood is laden with goodies: chocolate chip cookies, hummus and chips and a bottle of Patron Silver tequila with a card that reads, "Welcome back, Shakira! Her first album in four years - and first since her son, Milan (with soccer star Gerard Pique), was born in January 2013 - will be released in five weeks, and it's not finished.When another Sentinel alum named Ken Caswell, who knew Frank and Corbet, bumps into Claire during a campaign stop this year, he heavily alludes to the romantic relationship while expressing his dismay that the Underwoods weren’t kinder to him with favors over the years.The scene is a drive-by threat to expose Frank’s sexuality at a pivotal point during their presidential campaign. We later discover that Corbett disappeared on a hunting expedition and was never found, taking him off the table as a viable threat to the Underwoods.It’s Frank grappling with his legacy and his ambition,” Pugliese said.The lesson of which the Underwoods are keenly aware, yet never seem to learn, is that eventually everyone becomes a problem.