Veep (2012–2019)
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Election Night 

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

Director:

Chris Addison

Writers:

Simon Blackwell (teleplay by), Tony Roche (teleplay by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Selina Meyer
Anna Chlumsky ... Amy Brookheimer
Tony Hale ... Gary Walsh
Reid Scott ... Dan Egan
Timothy Simons ... Jonah Ryan
Matt Walsh ... Mike McLintock
Kevin Dunn ... Ben Cafferty
Sufe Bradshaw ... Sue Wilson
Gary Cole ... Kent Davison
Sam Richardson ... Richard Splett
Hugh Laurie ... Tom James
Scott Adsit ... Greg Hart
Diedrich Bader ... Bill Ericsson
Neil Casey ... Matty Curtis
Orlagh Cassidy ... Sally Davenport
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Selina and her staff find their nerves growing frayed as each state result is called.

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Comedy

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TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

14 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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Dundee Productions See more »
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Trivia

Although Selina Meyer's political party is never stated in the series, this episode tacitly confirms she is a Democrat. The states Selena wins are colored blue by CNN, the color used by news organizations for Democratic wins, as well as many of her wins coming in heavily Democratic-leaning states like California, New York, Massachusetts, and Vermont. It is also mentioned that she expected to lose Oklahoma, which is one of the most Republican-leaning states. See more »

Goofs

About ten minutes in, Caffrey's bag of potato chips keeps turning round (look for the white seam running vertically up the middle of the back). See more »

Quotes

Sue Wilson Friend: [Sue and her friend are watching the election results] What will you do if O'Brien wins? Set up an office with Selina at the Betty Ford Clinic?
Sue Wilson: No. I've applied for a job outside. Politics bores me. It bores the living *hell* out of me. God, it's boring.
[Amy is on screen]
Sue Wilson: Amy looks off her game. Distracted.
Sue Wilson Friend: I only really know Amy as the woman who rushed everywhere, clutching her phone like it contained her frozen embryos.
Sue Wilson: She's a workaholic. Works frantically to avoid dealing with her weird mix ...
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Connections

References The A-Team (1983) See more »

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Gosh i now know so much about elections :D :D
15 June 2015 | by Aktham_TashtushSee all my reviews

Well this show never stops keeping you laughing and giving you so much information about how nearly things go in the white house ;)

For the first time i really understood how elections work or what happens when there's a tie .

The script is still funny ,, leaving us so anxious to see what's gonna happen next season ,, is "House M.D" gonna become the president :D and Selina back to being a Veep !! well that would make the relation between the new arrival Hugh Laurie and Julia Louis-Dreyfus appears with so much tense and stressed comedy.

so with 4 years so far i still love this show and engage a lot with the informed comedy and the pressure they feel and perform in the show where it looks so much true and believable.


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