Early Friday morning, Netflix released the entire second season of its show "House of Cards."
Though Netflix refuses to release the viewership numbers, when looking at the hype online, the fan campaign to get the series released early, and the estimates by one internet provider that 15 percent of their Netflix subscribers watched the show over the weekend, it's safe to say that the show is a hit.
And it's not just regular folks like us who enjoy Kevin Spacey and the ruthless Washington insider he plays—politicians have also confessed to loving the show.
But just how realistic is the show about a corrupt majority whip?
A real former whip—Congressman David Bonior—joins us today to share his insights.