For a man who created a duplicitous, murdering, adulterous politician then promptly made him president, it probably takes a lot to ruffle House Of Cards creator Beau Willimon's feathers.
But the looming reality of President Trump has done just that, causing the producer and writer to spring into action and mobilise a resistance on Twitter.
Willimon's mission began the day after the election when he tweeted, "The new movement starts today. Alert your networks. I'll have more info soon about short/long term action items and organizing. #BandTogether."
It could have just been more social media hot air, but since then Willimon has set up action groups in over thirty states and counting and called for Americans nationwide to attend action groups, donate to causes like Planned Parenthood and ACLU and support Democrats running for seats in upcoming senate elections - all of which is far more useful than threatening to move to Canada.
One small comfort from all this is that when the next season of Cards rolls around the plot probably won't feel so farfetched, after all Bill Clinton did tell Kevin Spacey the show is "99% real".