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Video of the Week: I could not possibly comment

The original ‘House of Cards’ beats the new one hands down

 

Everyone is raving about Beau Willimon’s House of Cards yet most don’t know how great the performance of Ian Richardson in the original Andrew Davies adaptation truly was.

 

I could not possibly comment
I could not possibly comment

Richardson’s most famous line in the show as Francis Urquhart was:

 

“You might very well think that. I could not possibly comment”.

 

Delivered perfectly curtly, we share a short clip of it with our readers as our Video of the Week and urge those who haven’t already to get hold of the entire series.

 

 

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