House of Cards

Season 1 Episode 3

Part 3

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Dec 02, 1990 on BBC
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After Prime Minister Collingridge steps down, the other cabinet members prepare to take over. Publisher Ben Landless believes Francis Urquhart should get the job. Meanwhile, Mattie Storin discovers that there's something fishy about the scandal that took down Collingridge.

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    Diane Fletcher

    Diane Fletcher

    Elizabeth Urquhart

    Ian Richardson

    Ian Richardson

    Francis Urquhart

    Isabelle Amyes

    Isabelle Amyes

    Anne Collingridge

    James Villiers

    James Villiers

    Charles Collingridge

    Miles Anderson

    Miles Anderson

    Roger O\'Neill

    Susannah Harker

    Susannah Harker

    Mattie Storin

    Angela Rippon

    Angela Rippon

    Newsreader

    Guest Star

    Hugh Dickson

    Hugh Dickson

    Dr Christian

    Guest Star

    Bill Wallis

    Bill Wallis

    Prestatyn Powell

    Guest Star

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      • Francis Urquhart: (about Collingridge His deepest need was that people should like him. An admirable trait, ... in a spaniel or a whore. Not, I think, in a Prime Minister.

      • Ben Landless: Interesting times, Francis, interesting times!
        Francis Urquhart: In China, I understand, it's a curse to live in interesting times.

      • Charles Collingridge: Not too bad today, a bit shaky. Haven't had a drink, you see? It's all right, but time does pass by very slowly. When you're a drunk, you're never bored. Did you know that? You may bore other people, but the moments slip by in such a satisfactory manner.

      • Mattie Storin: What about the accommodation address at Paddington?
        Charles Collingridge: You tell me. I don't go to Paddington. Isn't that where the Welsh people go to catch trains?

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