Veep (2012–2019)
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Veep 

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The nominating fight between Selina and her rivals reaches its climax, as their race comes to a historic finish.

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David Mandel

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David Mandel, Armando Iannucci (created by) | 1 more credit »
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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
Gary Cole ... Kent Davison
Sam Richardson ... Richard Splett
Sarah Sutherland ... Catherine Meyer
Clea DuVall ... Marjorie Palmiotti
Dan Bakkedahl ... Roger Furlong
Hugh Laurie ... Tom James
Sufe Bradshaw ... Sue Wilson
Peter MacNicol ... Jeff Kane
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The nominating fight between Selina and her rivals reaches its climax, as their race comes to a historic finish.

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Comedy

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Mike McLintock: All right, let's talk turkey, Governor.
Richard Splett: Wonderful pets.
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References Philadelphia (1993) See more »

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A Comedy Finale For The Ages
15 May 2019 | by Jeremy_UrquhartSee all my reviews

It's hard to imagine Veep going out much better than this. Everybody brought their A-game, there was a new joke seemingly every 15 seconds or less, there was a surprising amount of poignancy to certain moments, and the legendary Julia Louis-Dreyfuss all but cemented her 7th consecutive Emmy in an amazing performance.

Finales for any show are difficult, but for TV comedies I feel it's even more so. There are shows I've loved and laughed at for years, but struggle to ultimately remember how they ended. Then there are decent, satisfying finales, like for The Office (US) and Parks And Rec, that were perhaps a little too clean and potentially overly sentimental. Scrubs had a fantastic finale... that was ruined when the show came back for a 9th, low-quality, disappointing final season.

But Veep, in its final episode, gives you everything you'd want and then some. I hadn't really felt that its 7th season came across as a climactic one until this episode, which really tied everything together beautifully. I know I'm keeping the details vague, but it's really for the best to go into Veep's final episode knowing as little as possible, both in regards to its best jokes and its overall plot.

I'll miss this show immensely but I look forward to rewatching it one day and once more laughing at horrible people saying and doing horrible things to each other but also being so very funny in the process.


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