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The nominating fight between Selina and her rivals reaches its climax, as their race comes to a historic finish.
The episode was rated 8.43 from 497 votes.
With the administration in full crisis mode, Selina and her staff try to cope.
The episode was rated 8.16 from 823 votes.
With Thornhill ahead in the polls, Selina and her staff discuss how to make her more "folksy." In need of a job, Jonah meets with Bill Ericsson. Selina has an interview with pretentious journalist Quincy Carter.
The episode was rated 8.10 from 878 votes.
On election night, Selina and her staff find their nerves growing frayed as each state result is called.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 820 votes.
Catherine and Marjorie have a fight; Mike prepares for his babies; Selina is interviewed.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 1093 votes.
Selina and the staff prep for her debate with George Maddox, Danny Chung, congressman Owen Pierce and Joe Thornhill, a major-league baseball manager who recently entered the race. Dan returns with a rosier outlook. Wendy, Mike's wife, arrives to do a style piece on Selina, but eyes a bigger story involving Ray.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 901 votes.
Three days before the New Hampshire primary, Selina and her staff juggle her multiple official obligations and campaign appearances.
The episode was rated 7.96 from 838 votes.
Selina and her staff head to Helsinki to finalize a trade agreement, but are worried whether Selina will be received warmly in Europe. Dan call Mike for advice on charming the press and Mike leans on Jonah for help. Ken and Ben argue over how to deal with new intel.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 904 votes.
Selina and her staff prepare for inauguration day; Mike suffers from exhaustion; Catherine gets a makeover.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 1048 votes.
The Veep continues her plans. Dan attempts to play both sides of the Selina-Danny Chung rivalry.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 853 votes.
Selina rushes to the hospital while attempting to win the presidency. Amy and Dan discover the O’Brien camp has staged a fake protest, and task Jonah and Richard with organizing their own pro-POTUS demonstration. Mike and Wendy meet with a potential surrogate.The episode was rated from 1087 votes.
The White House Christmas party finds Selina canvassing for votes to break the election tie. The '50 Hottest D.C. Staffers' list is on everyone's lips in the West Wing. Mike mulls a career move. Dan helps Jonah hone his debate skills in New Hampshire.The episode was rated from 1074 votes.
With the U.S. on the brink of a major financial meltdown, Selina must make an important decision. Jonah finds himself back in New Hampshire. Amy investigates the staff, and Catherine tries to get time with Selina to share major news.The episode was rated from 1071 votes.
Selina and her staff get ready for the long-awaited groundbreaking for her library. Amy seeks clarity on her role. Jonah asks Dan, Ben and Kent for help.The episode was rated from 982 votes.
Selina evaluates her past and present campaigns. Jonah's personal life sparks interest among the press. Amy makes an important decision.The episode was rated from 539 votes.
In the U.K. for the 100th anniversary of WWI, Selina’s staff worries about Ray’s growing influence on the Veep. Meanwhile, Dan’s nerves begin to fray as Ben gets news that sends him back to D.C. Later, Jonah arrives in London, U.K. to spy for Team Maddox, and Amy leaks a secret.The episode was rated from 898 votes.
In the run-up to the first debate, Selina makes a novel campaign proposal. Comments by Jonah create blowback. Dan and Amy take a road trip.The episode was rated from 492 votes.
A pre-Christmas celebration for Selina's family at Camp David camouflages her team's secret negotiations. Amy and Dan work on Jonah's human side after a terrible debate performance in New Hampshire.The episode was rated from 1054 votes.
As a hostage crisis in Uzbekistan heats up, Selina and Secretary of Defense General Maddox have trouble getting on the same page at their joint appearance at the Marine Corps Base at Quantico. Sue testifies at a congressional hearing on governmental efficiencies; Dan and Gary jockey for the Veep's ear.The episode was rated from 918 votes.
At the party convention, Selina and her staff scramble against the clock to avert a major internal crisis. Amy grows increasingly infuriated with the president’s new advisor, Karen, who is coaching a nervous Catherine on her First Daughter speech to the convention. Back in D.C., Dan recruits Jonah and Richard to pose as influential Washington insiders.The episode was rated from 837 votes.
Last updated: oct 04, 2022
In a time when sitcoms are becoming increasingly reliant on brain dead slapstick humor forced on audiences by a recurring laughter track, Veep brings something fresh and unique to the table. Based inside the beltway of Washington D.C.'s political circuit, this series employs a stellar cast and great writing. A valiant return to the stage for the ever charming Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Selina Meyer), but the situational part of this comedy is best built up by the quirkiness of her close group comprised of Matt Walsh (Mike McLintock), Tony Hale (Gary Walsh), Anna Chlumsky (Amy Brookheimer), Reid Scott (Dan Egan), and Sufe Bradshaw (Sue Wilson). Apart from the core group, surrounding the central character, Timothy Simons (Jonah Ryan), Gary Cole (Kent Davison), Kevin Dunn (Ben Cafferty), and Sam Richardson (Richard Splett) deliver an additional layer of well-timed comedic performances that leaves one rollicking in laughter during various moments. For those seeking a punch to the belly for a quick laugh, this show may not be appealing. For one, it is only funny when the situation of the protagonists are taken in perspective to the political climate. But for those actively following American politics or deeply invested in it, Veep provides a much needed goofy angle to a gloomy and, at times, morbidly nihilistic institution. The first two seasons take some time to build up characters and create moments of true laughter, but the later seasons magically pull the funny bunny out of the hat in every other scene. An enjoyable and engaging performance by a veteran cast and a truly well written comedy show.
An excellent comedy. With the end of Parks and Rec, this and Brooklyn Nine-Nine are my favourite comedies on TV right now.
I guess we'll see Selina for "another term" since the show has just been picked up for a 4th season. :D
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