Plot: Selina and her team prepare for the long-awaited groundbreaking of her library. Amy seeks clarity on her role. Jonah asks a major donor for help.
Air time: June 25, 2017 10:31PM ET
|Julia Louis-Dreyfus||Selina Meyer|
|Tony Hale||Gary Walsh|
|Anna Chlumsky||Amy Brookheimer|
|Reid Scott||Dan Egan|
|Matt Walsh||Mike McLintock|
|Timothy C. Simons||Jonah Ryan|
|Sufe Bradshaw||Sue Wilson|
|Kevin Dunn||Ben Cafferty|
|Gary Cole||Kent Davison|
|Sam Richardson||Richard Splett|
I just started rewatching the show. It's just the third episode and I'm already raging. This god damn privileged fuckwit is so god damn whiny I want to punch the god damn screen.
Uhh so frustrating. There's no point to this post, just venting.
This is something that has bugged me throughout the most recent seasons because I wonder where the line is being drawn. So they’ve made jokes about Carter, Ford, and Reagan on the show, but last season we were introduced to “President Stevenson” who had an “indifference to apartheid?” So are they making fictional presidents starting in ‘89 or have they overwritten themselves?
I'm doing research for a spec of this show, and I know that season 7 takes place a year after the end of season 6, does season 7 roughly put us two years after the end of that? Around the time one would announce their candidacy for the president after Montez's first term is up?
Unlike most of the sub, I really enjoyed season 6 and am looking forward to how they end the show. My hope is that somehow Jonah rises to the top and Selina is back where she was in the Veep office only this time, the people who have supported her over the years have abandoned her. Dan and Amy start their life together, Catherine and Marjorie the same only now she has abandoned her relationship with her mother, even Gary finally realises he needs to do something else with his life and gets a position in hotel management. Selina after all her hard work is right back where she was and the only things that have changed are that she ruined the relationships she had and she is now serving the person she respected least in the world
When speaking about Uber he said: “Damn millennials are too impatient to learn how to drink and drive”
The way he said it so casually was just so hilarious and fits his personality perfectly
He's the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China in VEEP.
I'm part way through season 3 and it each season has had me laughing harder than the season before.
Why does Kent and Ben work for Jonah? I'm getting the feeling that they have to but are they working for Jonah out of choice or because they are bound to by some contract from when Meyer was president? Just confused about this as both (and everyone) dislikes Jon H.
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