Critic Consensus: Veep continues its winning streak with a mix of smart comedy, bright performances and a refreshing approach to D.C. politics.
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as Selina Meyer
as Kent Davison
as George Maddox
as Bill Ericsson
as Danny Chung
as Joe Thornhill
as Sen. Andrew Doyle
as Quincy Carter
as Ed Webster
as Owen Pierce
as Leon West
as Roger Furlong
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[Veep] is a smartly written comedy about the meaninglessness of words and rhetoric-a sharp take on the no content of content.
If you thought HBO's lean, mean political comedy moved quickly in its first two seasons, get ready for the ride of your life in Season 3.
The show works because all of its actors seem so human, so likeable, despite the words coming from their mouths.
It was a brilliant narrative move to shake up Meyer and her crack staff with the promise of the Presidency as it allows each of these self-centered nuts a chance to crank up their intensity now that a life-changing run is in their faces.
This new lease on her political future adds a helping of fresh energy to the show.
Veep skewers everything in the American political system with quick, cut-throat slices. Everyone is horrible, unsavory and crass. They are all opportunistic monsters. We can't love them. But we can love watching them. That's politics in a nutsack.
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