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Series Summary
"Politics is about people," former Sen. Selina Meyer is fond of saying. Unfortunately, the people Meyer, a charismatic leader and rising star in her party, meets after becoming vice president are nothing like she expected, but everything she was warned about. "Veep" follows the new VP as she puts out political fires, juggles her public schedule and private life, and does everything within her limited powers to improve her dysfunctional relationship with the chief executive. Meyer's trusted -- and some not-so-trusted -- aides include chief of staff Amy, spokesperson Mike, secretary Sue and right-hand man Gary.

Air Dates: 2012 - Present

Genres: Sitcom, Politics

Network: HBO

  • Season 4, Ep. 10 : Election Night Jun 14, 2015

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    Selina and her staff find their nerves growing frayed as each state result is called on election night.

  • Season 4, Ep. 9 : Testimony Jun 7, 2015

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    Selina fields questions from the press; members of Selina's staff testify before a congressional committee.

  • Season 4, Ep. 8 : B/ill May 31, 2015

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    Gary sets up a secret meeting with Dan and Amy to persuade them to lobby against the Families First bill; Selina tries to keep working when she gets the flu; Selina's staff works to ensure a vote will go in her favor.

  • Season 4, Ep. 7 : Mommy Meyer May 24, 2015

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    The president is shaken by a dramatic incident at the White House; Mike tries to sell the press on Selina's Families First bill; Sue and Gary prepare for the president's White House dinner; Jonah and Richard inadvertently reveal a secret.

  • Season 4, Ep. 6 : Storms and Pancakes May 17, 2015

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    Selina is annoyed by the press' reaction to her running mate's charm; Selina decides to attend a fundraiser without her team; Amy tries to adjust to her new life; Jonah gets ambushed.

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  • The show is smart--smarter than most on network television--and it has life. show more

  • Louis-Dreyfus's performance--which, like Congress, can be divided into two houses, Crackling Charm and Hysterical Ego--still drives the show, but we're getting more realistic sense of political gamesmanship. [22 Apr 2013, p.45] show more

  • The cast's highly attuned instincts for knowing when to press complicated dialogue into kinetic banter and when to dial back to find the subtlety in a one-liner joke is what keeps Veep's humor vital. show more

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