Oh, that’s horrible, when that happens.
I’ve had to take off another day at work: with a dicky stomach.
I hate that. The loss of money is one thing: along with the feeling I’ve let the side down.
I am going to HAVE to make sure I take in enough of my medication to deal with tomorrow’s very long shift.
At ANY rate … ?
At any rate, I’ve had the night to myself.
A night with nothing on TV, except what I choose to put there.
There’s been a few films: and? Well, having worked out I can us Netflix on my Apple TV, that’s something I may wish to look at subscribing too.
iTunes rentals seem … to have less of a choice, right now, than other outlets: although that could well just be me.
At any rate, it’s something I’m mulling over … as I’m rather impressed by the overall quality of one thing.
That’s right …
Netflix series, House of Cards.
You can possibly guess I sat down with a couple more episodes, tonight: can’t you … ?
~≈É≈~Episode 4 — Chapter 43 — sees Frank setting up the defection of a Russian banker: knowing that President Petrov — Lars Mikkelsen — would react badly.
Everything changes, though: when, out on the stump, Frank is shot, and almost killed.
By the newly released Lukas Goodwin.
Leaving Vice President Blythe in charge: and feeling VERY unsure of himself.
Episode 5 — Chapter 44 — shows us Frank’s hospitalisation: with a failing liver, he needs a transplant.
Claire is forward her own plans to bag the job of Vice President: by helping Vice President Blythe with their little Russian issue …
Good … ?
Oh, LORD, yes!
House of Cards series for has — in seriously injuring it’s main character, and killing a minor one — opened up the story line: shifting the focus from Frank, to Claire, Doug and Heather Dunbar.
Good doesn’t necessarily start to describe it.
Many years ago? I was seriously impressive with eerie three of Torchwood: Children of Earth, if you didn’t know what the title was.
Series four of House of Cards … ?
Is looking THAT good, so far!