Frank Underwood Monologue Mad Libs

February 27, 2015 / by / 1 Comment

The road to power is paved with hypocrisy. And casualties. And the occasional adverb. Get prepared for Season 3 of House of Cards by creating your very own Frank Underwood monologue.

1.

  1. Noun: ____________________
  2. Verb: ____________________
  3. Verb: ____________________
  4. Noun: ____________________
  5. Adjective: ____________________
  6. Noun: ____________________
  7. Preposition: ____________________
  8. Verb: ____________________

 

Power is a fickle [1]. You must [2] her when she needs to be [2, Past Tense], wine and [3] her when she needs luxury, [4]. Or so [5] men say. Truth be told, you don’t [2] power – you use [6] [7] power. Only [6] [8] power.

 

2.

  1. Noun: ____________________
  2. Type of Government: ____________________
  3. Adverb: ____________________
  4. Adjective: ____________________
  5. Plural Noun: ____________________
  6. Large Animal, Plural: ____________________
  7. Small Animal, Plural: ____________________
  8. Adjective: ____________________
  9. Adjective: ____________________

 

People have so much [1] in the [2] system. Yet they fail to see how [3] [4] it all is. The strongest of [5] rise to the top – the [6] kill the [7], and the [8] [6] kill the [9] [6]. Now, tell me – what size [6] do you think I am?

 

3.

  1. Verb: ____________________
  2. Ideology: ____________________
  3. Verb: ____________________
  4. Ideology, Positive: ____________________
  5. Noun: ____________________
  6. Noun: ____________________
  7. Verb: ____________________
  8. Noun-y Form of 7., Plural: ____________________

 

The urge to [1] [2] is an urge of vulnerability. I cannot [3] those who think that [2] is the way to [4], that generosity is the [5] to the [6] of strength, that kindness doesn’t [7]. Kindness does not [7]. [8] [7].

 

4.

  1. Noun: ____________________
  2. Noun: ____________________
  3. Verb: ____________________
  4. Type of Room: ____________________
  5. Barnyard Animal: ____________________
  6. Verb: ____________________
  7. Barnyard Animal: ____________________
  8. Verb: ____________________
  9. Body Part: ____________________
  10. Occupation: ____________________

 

Money is not [1]. Money is a [2] of the lack of [1]. One with money does not [3] a [4], just as a [5] does not [6] a [7] merely by the [8] of his [9]. And I have no time to play the [10].