Michael Kelly, Kim Dickens discuss those evil Underwoods on ‘House of Cards’ (Exclusive Videos)

Emmy season is officially in full swing, as “House of Cards” veteran Michael Kelly and new cast member Kim Dickens made an all-important campaign stop Monday night with a screening at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Los Angeles. Watch our exclusive red carpet chats below. Netflix put on the lavish event that included a Q&A panel with the cast and a southern-style reception featuring the show’s trademark BBQ ribs.

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Related: Kevin Spacey, Beau Willimon chat Emmys and ‘House of Cards’ Season 3

What does Kelly say he’s “never been more scared” of in his entire life? Is he bummed he didn’t get many scenes with Kevin Spacey in season 3? Watch the video and then see Kelly’s Emmy odds for Best Drama Supporting Actor.

What was it like for Dickens to reunite with her former “Deadwood” co-star Molly Parker? Would she ever vote for Frank Underwood for President? Watch the video and then see Dickens’ Emmy odds for Best Drama Supporting Actress.

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