It's official: House of Cards is back. The critically acclaimed series, which follows ruthless Majority Whip Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) on a deadly and destructive mission for the White House, is spellbinding, intriguing, and, most of all, addictive. So addictive, in fact, that it's difficult to pull away after just one episode.
Luckily, there's no need to do that. At 3 a.m. EST, Netflix dropped all 13 episodes of season two in its entirety on the streaming site, perfect for Underwood loyalists determined to consume every word he drawls before the corner cafe is open for brunch and Bloody Marys. And boy are there many of those loyalists. But for now, let's stick to the best of 'em. Here are 10 people on Twitter binge-watching House of Cards (and slowly losing their sanity).
To sleep, or not to sleep? That is the question... Wi-fi, to sleep; To sleep, perchance to Stream? #HouseOfCards— Ray Rivera (@RaysianBran) February 14, 2014
my roommate is breathing heavily in his sleep and thats how I feel after watching the first episode of season 2 of house of cards— kevin. (@The_Rev_Dr) February 14, 2014
Must. Go. To. Sleep... Must. Not. Watch. More. Than. Two. Episodes. Of. House. Of. Cards. Season. Two. Dammit...— Fred (@gdub425) February 14, 2014
Yes, it is true that I have had 2 cups of real coffee so that I can begin binging on #HouseOfCards at 2 AM!— sambarouge (@sambarouge) February 14, 2014
"Man I'm tired, good to be home, ready for bed." *load up Netflix, see House Of Cards season two available* "ALL NIGHT MARATHON GOGOGO!"— Evan “Scapes” Berman (@Scapes) February 14, 2014
Wish granted. Insomnia + House of Cards = Holy Hell! #didntseethatcoming 3:45AM— Raschelle Burton (@raschelleb) February 14, 2014
Granted my insomnia is slowly killing me, the fact that I can watch House of Cards when none of these horse pills put me down.— Adam Christian Smith (@AdamCSmith) February 14, 2014