Do you have something that you need to hide from everybody?
No. If only my curiosity
I drink a lot
Inclination for homosexual relations
Assistance in murder
How would you name your autobiography?
Me, about and of me
What's happening here?
Whatever it takes to achieve the goal
What is the best way to get rid of somebody?
To deprive him of means of subsistence
A simple murder. The most effective way
Let mass media deal with him
I cannot do it
What is your motto to live by?
I always achieve what I want
The end sanctifies the means
I don’t care about anybody
There are things you shouldn't bear
If someone crosses the wrong road, what should you do?
Is he a friend of mine?
It depends on what is more beneficial
To get rid of him
Not a big deal, I can bear it. But when the time is right, I'll revenge
How much do you depend on work?
Are you true to your partner?
My partner is my job
If I know that my partner doesn't care - No, I'm not
Only if everything is bad
If someone else attracts me, why should I hide it?
What is your weakness?
The burden of my guilt
I have no weaknesses
How often do you have a feeling of guilt?
Francis Joseph Underwood
At the beginning of the series - the head of democrats in the American congress, then vice-president and finally President of the United States. A 100% scum but very charismatic. His initials F.U. are a broad hint to Fuck You. Underwood is bisexual but it's never clear which sex he has for the sake of sex and which for political reasons. Probably, he doesn't have the former at all. By the way, the character of Underwood - or, rather, the analogous character from the British book, which was taken as the series' basis - is partially based on Richard III, the King of England during the Wars of the Roses, and his interpretation in the same-named Shakespeare's tragedy. He hates his deceased alcoholic father. When Frank was a kid, his dad asked him to shoot him. The Underwood's greatest regret is that he didn't it. Tell your friends about your result. What role does wait for them?
Claire Hale Underwood
Frank's wife, the first lady of the U.S. A true partner and associate. She encourages the husband's passion for power and his disregard for morals. The latter - only to a degree. For example, she is not against her husband's cheating but it seems she doesn't know that he helped to kill a few people and a dog. Claire is in charge of a fund dealing with ecology and water issues. She and Frank are child-free. Tell your friends about your result. What role does wait for them?
An Underwood's ex-assistant. He was mutilated at the end of the 2nd season, that's why Underwood didn't need him in the 3rd season and because of that Doug suffered a lot. He is dependent on serving Underwood. He does all the dirty tasks and Frank is more like a master than an employer. Stamper has no life except for this one, and one of the important plotline conflicts comes from this. Tell your friends about your result. What role does wait for them?
A member of The United States House of Representatives from the first district of Pennsylvania. He was also a gubernatorial candidate for Pennsylvania when Jim Matthews who became vice-president vacated the office. Peter is an alcoholic and drug addict; a weak person. Sometimes he has lucid moments when he sets big goals and tries to achieve them. One of the few characters of the show with moral principles, although sometimes he cannot bring them to life. He had to help Underwood in his illegal business but then he started to ask too many questions. Underwood got him drunk and shut in the car with the motor ignited. Tell your friends about your result. What role does wait for them?