She instinctively turned around and tried to resist him as he began tearing off her dress and panties, but he smashed her lip with a powerful blow and forced his crying victim to swallow his thick cock and then spread her legs to let him penetrate into her tight slit.
Bill ordered a glass of beer, took a long swig and nearly thrown up from its disgusting taste.
She tried to break away from his hands, but he then tossed her to the floor and forced her to sex.
Lauren played with her old toys, when a man wrapped in a white sheet entered the room and started approaching her.
At the residence that night, Frank watches Claire and Tom sleep, much like a normal husband might do. Anyway, Frank makes the bizarre decision to call into Conway’s telethon and they proceed to have a very mature pissing contest in the middle of the night.
— with revenge porn some shitty guy made, he walked away from the deal.
Bridget shows up to watch Seth be supremely douchey — trying to get “a skosh more reverb” on a mic during sound check — to flirt with him and thank him for alerting her to said sex crime, which she has had scrubbed from the internet. First, the good: a beautifully shot scene in which Frank and Claire act along with , an Election Day tradition from the earliest days of their marriage.
I wanted to kiss you.” But bad news — along with the episode’s real weakness — comes crashing in: Frank hears from Doug that turnout is low. To this I say: WAS THIS NOT THE ENTIRE FREAKING POINT OF THE PAST TWO EPISODES?
What was Frank trying to do by closing a bunch of polling places and consolidating them into heavily armed voting centers if than zero sense.
Frank undermines Leann at every turn and gets frustrated that, unlike Doug, she has not revealed “the contents of [her] soul.” I love when Leann says Doug’s “skill set doesn’t really apply here,” because Doug’s “skill set” basically consists of (1) staring at, but not consuming, alcohol (2) making pretty brunettes feel extremely uncomfortable, and (3) committing weirdly drawn-out homicides. Could it be very clunky symbolism for his panic about losing his political power?! and one just arrived from Afghanistan by way of Canada. I’m reminded as these two divide and conquer a stump speech that, while last season’s big to-do was about the controversial and unprecedented move to make Claire her husband’s running mate, we’ve heard virtually nothing about it this season. When Doug reports to Frank that all his efforts have come to nothing, Frank tells Doug — a man he has trained to do exactly this — that he “pushed too hard.” If you listen closely, you can hear Doug whimper like a lost puppy.