Washington D.C. Obsessed With Netflix Original 'House of Cards'

George Stephanopoulos offers his take on the hit show that stars Kevin Spacey.
3:00 | 02/16/14

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You got it. Now to Washington's obsession with a show that makes Washington look like a den of vipers. It's house of cards, available on netflix, and stars Kevin spacey who will be on "This week" with George stephanopoulos. They are on seed, the president tweeting no spoilers. Why the obsession? All attention is good attention. They just like being paid attention to by Hollywood. But I do think it's so popular because it feeds into exactly what people imagine about Washington. They're us from stratd, sick much it, they don't like what's happen happening, it splays that out. And you had a cameo in season one of house of cards. Do you think that this show bears any relationship to reality? They get the suits right. They have the food court in the bottom of the capital offices right. But everything else is created. I don't know the statute of limitations on a spoiler alert. My answer is no spoiler alert. I can guarantee you nothing that happened in first episode could happen in real life. And that's a good thing. I think that's a good thing. Yes. The state of the union. Having seen that first episode, that is a good thing. And be sure to catch all of George's interview with Kevin spacey, and the latest happenings in Washington coming up on ABC's "This week."

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