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Veep

  • 2015
  • Season 4
  • 10 episodes
  • Comedy

Summary

With POTUS stepping down, newly sworn-in President Selina Meyer (Emmy(R)-winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus) scrambles to hang on to her new office while avoiding becoming America's shortest-serving president in Season 4 of the hit comedy series.

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Episode 7: Mommy Meyer

Summary

A threatening intruder manages to evade presidential security and gets into the White House, leaving Selina shaken. However, the prospect of assassination still proves less intimidating than dinner with a group of her old pals. Meanwhile, Tom James' impeccable veneer shows signs of wear when he makes controversial comments about a shooting in Pittsburgh, and a lobby for the concrete industry gives Amy and Dan a chance to collaborate. Political satire, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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Selina MeyerJulia Louis-Dreyfus
Tom JamesHugh Laurie
Jonah RyanTimothy Simons
Mike McLintockMatt Walsh
Amy BrookheimerAnna Chlumsky
Dan EganReid Scott
Richard T SplettSam Richardson

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  • Episode 7

    Mommy Meyer

    Summary

    A threatening intruder manages to evade presidential security and gets into the White House, leaving Selina shaken. However, the prospect of assassination still proves less intimidating than dinner with a group of her old pals. Meanwhile, Tom James' impeccable veneer shows signs of wear when he makes controversial comments about a shooting in Pittsburgh, and a lobby for the concrete industry gives Amy and Dan a chance to collaborate. Political satire, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Selina MeyerJulia Louis-Dreyfus
    Tom JamesHugh Laurie
    Jonah RyanTimothy Simons
    Mike McLintockMatt Walsh
    Amy BrookheimerAnna Chlumsky
    Dan EganReid Scott
    Richard T SplettSam Richardson

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