One of the best quotes I've ever heard; the fact that it comes from someone like Spacey just makes it even better. At times, you never know which side of the fence the Hollywood-elite is on. Sure, he's not condoning piracy, but with an option like Netflix, neither do I, and that's precisely the point. A fixed monthly sum for a library is the future.
I love the gag-order. For one, I loathe spoilers to the point that if I think I MIGHT at some point MAYBE watch a show, I can run out of the TV-room with my ears plugged shouting "lalalala" when a commercial for it is playing. With a GO, I'm not at risk at finding out stuff before it even airs. Why anyone even wants to is beyond me. And why read a (western) book from left to right, not third-to-final from the right followed by first from the left. I digress.
And... for two... it shows high hopes for an equally fantastic second season with twists that are as mindblowing as, say, Lost, albeit in a tighter, more realistic fashion and not "Zoe, I am your father!".
And as a sidenote, Spacey has earned the right to brag. I'd love for him to accept a potential Emmy in an Underwood-manner, much like how Streep did the Devil Wears Prada-thing some odd years ago.