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Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Anna Chlumsky, Matt Gulbranson, Tony Hale, Sarah Sutherland, Sam Richardson, Kevin Dunn, Gary Cole, Timothy Simons, Sufe Bradshaw, Reid Scott, Matt Walsh Genre:Comedy Channel:HBO Status:Continuing
Selina Meyer takes place in the Oval Office in capacity of President of the United States. This event is technical and not by means of elections. It happens when the President resigns office to take care after his sick wife. This is still the post of Vice-President, but Selina is the same Selina and with the same amusing problems that were in her role of vice-president. But now the bigger pressure is exerted on her. Weâ€™ll see Selina making her first big speech acting as a president. The White House administrative staff gets used to the new atmosphere here. Meanwhile, Selina greets the Israeli Prime Minister, while Gary exceeds the budget during dinner planning. Mike decides to change his appearance and Amy finds out that there is a new employee in the White House. Here weâ€™ll see the shocking brawl among the staff members and now they search for someone to shift the blame on. Furthermore the White House conducts its annual Easter Egg Roll. Then Selina is on official visit to Iran in order to release an American reporter. Be a part of the behind-the-scene contest in the White House.
Veep season 4 episodes list:
Selina's staff frantically works on her first major speech as president. Gary questions his worth.
The president’s staff prepares for her state visit with the Israeli prime minister. Mike tries out a new look for his more visible role. Teddy does Jonah a favor, while continuing to invade his personal space. Stuck in traffic with Richard, Amy learns via FaceTime that Selina is bringing in a new director of communications. Gary goes overboard while planning the state dinner for the Israeli delegation, and a painting in the White House comes into the spotlight.
Selina's team tries to find a scapegoat. Catherine wants to support an anti-bullying campaign.
As part of her Middle East peace-talks tour, President Meyer makes an historic trip to Iran, where an American reporter is being detained. In D.C., Dan is wooed by lobbyist Sidney Purcell, while VP Doyle stands in for the president at a Rainbow Jersey event with a gay NBA star. Meanwhile, Kent’s polling and Jonah’s big mouth may cause trouble for Selina.
At the party convention, Selina and her staff scramble against the clock to avert a major internal crisis. Amy grows increasingly infuriated with the president’s new advisor, Karen, who is coaching a nervous Catherine on her First Daughter speech to the convention. Back in D.C., Dan recruits Jonah and Richard to pose as influential Washington insiders.
On the campaign trail, Selina is annoyed by press reaction to her running mate’s effortless charm and decides to attend a pancake-brunch fundraiser without any of her team on hand to help. When news arrives that a major hurricane is about to hit North Carolina, it looks like it could be good news for her image. In D.C., Amy tries to adjust to her new post-White House life, and Jonah gets bizarrely ambushed at what he thinks is a job interview.
A dramatic incident in the White House leaves the president shaken, while at a Q&A, Tom James speaks out and makes her day even worse. As Mike tries to sell the press on Selina’s Families First bill, Sue and Gary prepare for the president’s White House dinner with old friends. Jonah and Richard inadvertently reveal a terrible secret, while Dan and Amy find themselves at a lobbying event for the concrete industry.
With the Families First Bill growing increasingly toxic, Gary sets up a clandestine meeting with Dan and Amy to persuade them to lobby against it. Meanwhile, Selina attempts to keep working while ill in bed with the flu. As the vote on Families First draws near, her staff works to ensure the deciding vote will go in their favor, as it becomes clear that victory or defeat lies in the hands of just one congressman.
While Selina fields questions from the press, members of her staff testify before a congressional committee about whether the Families First vote was intentionally sabotaged – and who was really behind the data breach.
On election night, Selina and her staff find their nerves growing frayed as each state result is called.