Synopsis: Centers on former Senator Selina Meyer who finds being Vice President of the United States is nothing like she expected and everything everyone ever warned about.
Plus: Andre Gregory and Wallace Shawn on their collaborations, and an epic pie fight of early cinema is found.
If you thought you’d seen every version of scripted elections already, then “Veep” had quite a surprise for you in its Season 4 finale.
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Was this week's "Veep" evidence the Meyer Campaign needs Selina's presidential authority, or just any authority at all?