TRR: After two seasons of scheming, conniving and, of course, murdering, Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) has finally done it. He's finally added the coveted title of President of the United States to his resumé. Now with 18 months to go until the 2016 elections, the challenge for Frank shifts from gaining power to holding onto it. But with his approval ratings in the toilet, an ambitious but politically unpopular jobs program in the works, and his marriage to First Lady Claire (Robin Wright) potentially on the rocks, could this be the beginning of the end for good ol' Frank? As with previous seasons, Sony presents season three of Netflix's House of Cards with excellent audio and video, along with some brief bonus features to give viewers good reason to choose Blu-ray over streaming. But the real question is: do these latest thirteen episodes hold up to chapters one through twenty-six? The short answer is yes. Even though the strife within power couple Frank and Claire's relationship is the crux of the season, there's still no shortage of political infighting and backroom double-dealing. House of Cards fans won't be disappointed.