A data breach leads to a major shakeup in Meyer’s administration as Katherine’s woes continue.
Meyer’s ascension to Presidency turns out to be more of a curse than a blessing as the show returns in fine form, playing on its strengths and remaining as funny as ever.
As Meyer’s presidential campaign suffers setbacks, her political career receives an unexpected boost, leading to varying reactions from her staff in a strong finish to the season.
Dan’s ongoing stress issues comes to the fore once again as Meyer and her campaign team go to the UK to fulfill her vice-presidential obligations, in a compelling yet funny episode that leads to some major shakeups.
Veep, Ep 2.04: “The Vic Allen Dinner” sees Meyer juggling issues from all sides of her political career, with varying success
Veep, Season 2, Episode 4: “The Vic Allen Dinner” Written by Simon Blackwell and Armando Iannucci Directed by Chris Addison Airs Sundays at 10pm (ET) on HBO Numerous politicians over the course of history have seen their credibility get lost in the blink of an eye, with a single off-handed statement, or an unfortunate picture, …
Veep, Ep 2.02: “Signals” sees several characters suffer clashes between their personal and professional lives
Veep, Season 2, Episode 2: “Signals” Written by Simon Blackwell and Armando Iannucci Directed by Chris Addison Airs Sundays at 10pm (ET) on HBO One of the major concerns with Selina Meyer in the first season was how her position affected her personal life. Her inability to even have a fight with her partner without …