Buzz·Posted on Mar 2, 2015We Tried To Guess What Frank Underwood Might Be HoldingThis picture is obviously incomplete. How would you complete it?by Daniel KibblesmithBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Anyone with their roommate's Netflix password is currently binge-watching House of Cards Season 3. Netflix Pictured above: the internet's favorite presidential murder man. Internet statisticians Vox.com tweeted out an analysis of [minor spoiler] President Underwood's jobs plan, accompanied by this image of the embattled president seemingly holding something invisible. Vox @voxdotcom Frank Underwood's jobs plan on House of Cards is bonkers http://t.co/CeMPmQEY8R 01:00 PM - 02 Mar 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite BUT WHAT? Is he clinging desperately to power? To his marriage? His mortality in the face of looming death and irrelevance? Netflix No. Those guesses are dumb. Here are some of the things we think it could be and it definitely is — A Fun Balloon Netflix / Glam-y / Getty Images / BuzzFeed: Daniel Kibblesmith Who would snarl at a balloon? Frank Underwood would snarl at a balloon. Some Flowers for His Beloved, Claire Netflix / Rodrusoleg / Getty Images / BuzzFeed: Daniel Kibblesmith The florist was all out of tulips, but he still loves his first lady like a shark loves blood. In this metaphor, Frank is the shark and the blood is still blood. A Cobra Netflix / Comstock / Getty Images / BuzzFeed: Daniel Kibblesmith This is another metaphor about striking your enemies when they least expect it. Basically, if Frank Underwood mentions an animal in a story, the animal is him. Unless it's a dog. Dogs are weak. A Genie Netflix / Disney / BuzzFeed: Daniel Kibblesmith Frank Underwood wants to create 10 million jobs, bring peace to the Middle East, and get re-elected all in 18 months. Sounds like three wishes to us! THE FIGHT OF HIS LIFE Netflix / Mattel / Amazon.com / BuzzFeed: Daniel Kibblesmith The blue robot represents Congress, or possibly Russia. A Bart Netflix / 20th Century Fox / BuzzFeed: Daniel Kibblesmith "Why you little!" From The Simpsons (Fox). You can still watch Bart and all the Simpsons every Sunday P.M. on the channel of Fox. The One Thing the Protagonist of House of Cards Truly Craves Netflix / Emmys.com / BuzzFeed: Kibblesmith Third time's the charm.