Netflix says “House of Cards” will continue with the focus on Claire Underwood.
A season of #HouseofCards starring Robin Wright and only Robin Wright is all I’ve ever wanted.
Finally, something good.
— Alex Goldschmidt (@alexandergold) December 4, 2017
@alexandergold, reacting to Netflix’s announcement that in the wake of sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards” will move forward without the actor as the show’s main character, Frank Underwood. The online network announced Monday that the sixth and final season of the show will focus on Robin Wright’s character, Claire Underwood.
House of Cards killing off Frank and focusing on Claire is an absolutely flawless metaphor for the ideal outcome of men being outed as predators. She was always superior by every measure, and now we can stop paying attention to him entirely.
— Jessica Blankenship (@blanketboat) December 4, 2017
If they don't put Christopher Plummer in House of Cards then what's the point of making it?
— Robert Rosenberg (@RobMRosenberg) December 4, 2017
Mom tweets her son’s savage letter to Santa.
My 6yo Santa skeptic was told to write a letter to Santa at school. So he did… pic.twitter.com/XUFGMnXDFT
— Sarah McCammon NPR (@sarahmccammon) December 3, 2017
“Santa Im only doing this for the class. I know your notty list is emty. And your good list is emty. and your life is emty. You don’t know the trouble Ive had in my life.”
A 6-year-old Santa Skeptic, in a letter that he had to write to St. Nick at school. The boy’s mom, Sarah McCammon of NPR, tweeted a photo of her son’s letter. She said the “trouble” in his life has been his brother.
Who is your vote for Person of the Year?
— Becky Boughan (@beckersboop) December 4, 2017
@beckersboop, making the case for internet famous Fiona the hippo for Time’s Person of the Year. The magazine revealed its shortlist of candidates Monday: Jeff Bezos, the Dreamers, Patty Jenkins, Kim Jong Un, Colin Kaepernick, the #MeToo movement, Robert Mueller, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, President Trump and Xi Jinping.
This video of New Yorkers partying to “Bodak Yellow” will make you smile.
— Matt (@mattwhitlockPM) December 3, 2017
@mattwhitlockPM, tweeting a video of a bunch of New Yorkers at the Times Square station breaking out in a spontaneous dance party when a subway DJ played Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow.” @crackdoubt called the video: “Love Actually, 2017.”