A Look at Veep- Series Finale: “Veep”

What did it cost you, Selina Meyer? Because I hope that they remember you.

All good things must come to an end. Here is one such thing as seven seasons of political blunders, mishaps, and misadventures with Selina Meyer and Friends reaches its conclusion. Welcome to the series finale of Veep, with the aptly titled episode: “Veep.”

Veep- Roger Furlong announces the roll call at the convention- HBO

The episode begins with the roll call at the 2020 convention in Charlotte. Furlong announces the candidates and how many votes they each received from the delegates. However, no candidate has secured a majority of delegates, so right there there is, in fact, nominee.

Veep- Selina wants to make sure that her delegates hold- HBO

Team Selina watches this all unfold with a deadlocked convention. Talbot made a comeback, and it turns out that Furlong wants all of the candidates gathered. Catherine hates Charlotte as a location due to North Carolina’s bathroom bill, but Selina is more focused on getting more delegates. Plus, there’s always the Chinese.

Veep- Candidates gather to discuss the roll call vote- HBO

At the Spectrum Center that evening, Team Selina arrives as Selina contemplates her Vice Presidential running mate. When the candidates have all assembled, Jonah tries to argue the math, saying that his total is different from the official numbers.

Veep- Leon and Kemi Talbot show up at the meeting- HBO

Kemi Talbot arrives, with Leon now working with her, and she wonders if Selina tried to steal South Carolina. Selina figures that if you can’t steal South Carolina, then you don’t deserve to be President. This brokered convention is a laughingstock, and if there’s no decision, that means four years of Laura Montez. So the candidates need to make sure that there’s a majority lined up behind one pick.

Veep- Furlong proposes that Selina pick Kemi Talbot as her running mate- HBO

When the meeting ends, though, Furlong brings Selina aside and asks her to suggest making Kemi Talbot her running mate, but Selina feels that she doesn’t need Talbot.

Veep- Selina shoots down Amy's offer to bring on Jonah- HBO

Later, Amy catches up with Selina, who immediately shoots down the idea of Jonah being a part of her administration. She then heads off to use the restroom. This’ll be relevant in a few seconds. Ben also shoots down Amy’s offer, but he’s glad to see her. Nice chat, guys.

Veep- Selina gets applause for breaking the transgender bathroom law- HBO

When Selina exits the bathroom- the Men’s room, even- she gets applause for apparently breaking the transgender bathroom law.

Veep- Dan and Richard at the convention- HBO

The next day, Richard and Dan meet with some delegates…well, a delegate from Wisconsin who has arrived with a woman from Ukraine.

Veep- Catherine and Marjorie congratulate Selina for standing up to the bathroom law- HBO

Kemi has been kicking up some dirt on the Meyer Fund, with Selina figuring that this is because of Leon. Selina again shoots down having Kemi as her running mate. Catherine and Marjorie are proud of Selina for apparently standing up for the transgender community. It’s even being covered on the news.

Veep- Selina speaks with Governor De Vito, her possible running mate- HBO

Anyway, Day three arrives as Team Selina gathers in the sky box. With a mysterious package found at the airport, flights will no doubt be held up there. Keith Quinn brings in Selina’s potential running mate, Governor De Vito, who wanted Selina to review his nominating speech. Selina wouldn’t change a word with it. In fact, she’ll use part of his speech in her speech.

Veep- Selina wants to make Buddy Calhoun her running mate- HBO

However, when the Governor leaves, Selina tells Ben that she now wants to offer Buddy Calhoun the Vice Presidential slot. Why? His delegate count and the good chance that he’ll probably carry the Bible Belt states. However, there’s a rumor that Buddy is flirting with endorsing Kemi Talbot.

Veep- Buddy Calhoun discusses North Carolina's bathroom bill- HBO

Indeed, on the news, Buddy discusses the bathroom law, his stance against gay marriage, and how he’ll be backing Kemi Talbot. Still, Selina refuses to offer anything to Kemi. Instead, she wants to meet with Amy. Brookheimer.

Veep- Dan speaks with Richard after his interview with Mike- HBO

Jonah meets up with Richard and Dan just before Richard is interviewed by Mike, who calls Richard the future of the party. Mike brings up the rumor about Talbot offering Richard a spot in her potential administration. When the interview is over, Dan tells Richard that Us Weekly wants to interview him.

Veep- Selina tries to make a deal with Amy for Jonah's delegates- HBO

Amy meets with Selina, where she hears Selina’s proposal for Jonah’s delegates to back Selina on the second ballot. If Jonah agrees, he could be offered a position…at the Environmental Protection Agency. This, according to Ben, is where Jonah could do the least amount of damage.

Veep- Amy shoots down Selina's proposal for Jonah's delegates- HBO

But Amy finds this hilarious. Why? The suspect at the JFK bombing was a high school mathematics teacher whose Facebook page was riddled with radical Islam teachings. This means Jonah was right, and this means Amy is the campaign manager of the next President. If Selina wants to talk, maybe Amy will throw her a bone.

Veep- Jonah holds a rally with Beth at his side- HBO

Indeed, Jonah holds a speech and tells Talbot and Selina that he told them so. Plus, he spills about Beth getting out of rehab. Jonah loves America, but it’s time to face facts: this country is falling apart because of people different than Jonah.

Veep- Uncle Jeff congratulates Jonah and brings him New Hampshire's delegates- HBO

Somehow it works, as Jonah now gets the delegates to secure Florida. Amy then breaks that they were denounced by the ACLU. Uncle Jeff even arrives to, surprisingly, congratulate Jonah and tell him that New Hampshire’s 27 delegates are now belong to him! He then gets on the phone to ‘sweet talk’ Vermont.

Veep- Kemi Talbot proposes that the FBI continue investigating the Meyer Fund- HBO

Indeed, Jonah’s message catches on with the second ballot, as Ben informs Selina that the Texas delegation captain are going to back Jonah. Texas was Selina’s firewall, so she absolutely needs that state. So Ben goes off to make sure Selina maintains Texas.

Veep- Kent proposes that Selina be Kemi Talbot's running mate- HBO

Kemi, meanwhile, sits down on CNN to ask that the FBI reopen the investigation into the Meyer Fund. Selina realizes that she was right to not offer the Veep spot to Talbot. Kent proposes that Selina be Kemi’s Veep. Yeah, hell no to that, as far as Selina is concerned. Then Keith informs Selina that they’ve lost New Mexico.

Veep- Dan talks with Richard about his political future- HBO

While Ben makes his way up the stairs, Dan informs Richard that after the convention, Laura Montez will probably be President again. But after that, it’s Richard’s time to rise. They can’t call it ‘Splett Time’ unless they want to be sued by Richard’s uncle’s podcast.

Veep- Ben collapses on the floor- HBO

So now Selina has to float questions about the Meyer Fund. Ben returns, out of breath, and he collapses.

Veep- Tom James un-suspends his presidential campaign- HBO

The bad news continues. Keith brings Selina to look out onto the convention floor, where it turns out that Tom James has un-suspended his campaign. Maybe there’s no nominee yet because the candidate are all saying the same thing. He’s back in the race. Also, Mike again reads from the wrong card.

Veep- Tom tells Selina that she has no political future- HBO

This catches fire and it’s possible that Tom James will clinch the nomination. Tom meets with Selina as the two watch over Ben. Selina figures that Tom is here to gloat, but he’s not. He tells Selina that her punishment is that she has no political future. Selina figures that many people love her, but the country won’t forget the door that she pushed open- backwards, and in heels.

Veep- Selina pleads with Tom- HBO

Now it’s Selina’s turn to plead. She says that when she and Tom aren’t the worst team, they’re the best team. Tom then heads off, but not before getting one more chance to gloat.

Veep- Ben tells Selina that she knows what she has to do- HBO

Ben finally awakens and asks for a drink. He sees the news of Tom James jumping back into the race, but he then reflects on his life. He could have some more heart attacks, but this is his last rodeo. Selina tears up, saying that she needs Ben at her side, but Ben tells Selina that she knows what to do.

Veep- Selina cries as she speaks with Ben- HBO

Selina, horrified at what must happen, accepts.Ben then asks Selina to not tell his wife and kids, but she never met them, so that’s not a problem.

Veep- Selina chews out Tom James' chief of staff for the affair- HBO

Gary and Kent meet up with Selina, who tells them that Tom is making a move on New York. Selina won’t let this be taken from her, so she goes to Mchelle. She says that Tom will never see her as more than a quick bang. She reams her out, saying that she’s probably not a smart woman. Meanwhile, Tom comes out and reports that he has New York in the bag.

Veep- Tom confronts Selina- HBO

The next morning, Selina meets with the congressman from the Montana delegation, but Tom storms in just as Michelle accuses him of sexual harassment. Selina figures that Tom’s charm wears out, but instead, she won’t cheer him on when she takes the stage. Back to the Montana congressman.

Veep- Selina says she'll outlaw gay marriage if Buddy Calhoun endorses her- HBO

With the momentum, Selina tries to get Buddy Calhoun on her side. He’s not really into helping her, as he’s not into homosexuality. Selina offers him the position of Secretary of Education, but Buddy is uneasy about the Meyer Fund. Selina then proposes to kill gay marriage altogether in exchange for his support. That is enough to get him on her side.

Veep- Selina tells Amy that she'll pick Jonah as her running mate- HBO

However, they’re still over 600 votes short. In enters Amy, and Selina, after accepting what she’s about to say, concedes that she will offer Jonah the Vice Presidential slot. That gets under Kent’s skin and he refuses to work for an administration with Jonah Ryan as the Vice President.

Veep- Selina knows that Vice President is a safe spot for Jonah- HBO

But Amy isn’t on board with this either. Selina then remembers that Amy is a terrible campaign manager, but Vice President is like being defanged and neutered. Selina of all people would know. Besides, Selina knows that she won’t die. Both Kent and Amy advise Selina against this, but Selina is adamant that Jonah will be the Vice President.

Veep- Jonah shoots down Selina's offer of Vice President- HBO

At the Palmetto Hotel, Jonah meets with Selina and learns of the Vice Presidential offer. Surprisingly, though, Jonah shoots her down. He’s adamant that he’ll either be President or nothing. In fact, if he’s not nominated, he’ll run as a third party candidate to siphon away votes from Selina.

Veep- Selina and Uncle Jeff yell at Jonah- HBO

When both Selina and Uncle Jeff team up on Jonah, he finally concedes so long as everyone stops yelling at him. On one condition…he wants Richard to be Secretary of Farm Shit. Better known as Agriculture. Oh, and fire Dan. That much can be arranged. Sherman Tanz then wants to talk with Selina about casino licenses.

Veep- Catherine and Marjorie confront Selina on her plan to kill gay marriage- HBO

But then Catherine and Marjorie storm in, having learned about Selina’s proposal to kill gay marriage. But it’s just the party platform, so it’s not like anything will come of it. Before Marjorie can lose her shit at Jonah helping Selina, Catherine takes her out of the room.

Veep- Delegates agree to nominate Selina Meyer as their presidential candidate- HBO

So it looks like Selina Meyer is poised to win the nomination. The delegates then vote to vote by acclamation and Selina does indeed win the nomination.

Veep- Furlong tells Selina that someone has to go down for the Meyer Fund issue- HBO

We then go through Selina’s life story, but Furlong informs Selina that the Meyer Fund is still a sticking subject. He tells her that someone has to go down for this, but Selina is fully aware of this.

Veep- Selina takes another of the governor's lines from his speech- HBO

Selina then returns to the governor and tells him that she’ll be taking even more of his speech. He’ll also need to cut out the line about being the Vice President. Tough luck.

Veep- Selina thanks Gary for all he's done- HBO

Governor De Vito takes the stage and begins his speech. Back stage, though, Selina tries to tell Gary, her life saver, something, but she stops short of saying what it is. Gary is confident, though, that he’s not going anywhere.

Veep- Richard tells Dan that Selina offered him the Secretary of Agriculture position- HBO

Selina finally takes the stage and accepts the party’s nomination. She tells us her life story as she promises to make the world a safer, better place. Meanwhile, Dan learns that Richard was offered the spot of Secretary of Agriculture. However, Richard then informs Dan that he had to be fired as part of the position.

Veep- Gary taken away by federal agents while Selina gives her speech- HBO

Selina then talks about sacrifice and how it means to lose something for the greater good. At the same time, Gary is take aside from federal agents. Still, Selina knows that nothing will stop her at this moment.

Veep- Selina and Jonah on stage- HBO

Then Jonah arrives as the power duo make their grand stand.

Veep- Selina tells Amy that she is going to be Jonah's chief of staff- HBO

Kent, meanwhile, leaves the convention and doesn’t look back. Well, at least the balloons worked. Selina then tells Amy that she’ll be Jonah’s Chief of Staff.

Veep- Jonah and Amy tell Sue that they want to meet with Selina- HBO

Six months later at the White House, Amy and Vice President Jonah Ryan try to meet with Selina in the Oval Office, but they are both turned away. By whom, you may ask?

Veep- Sue won't let Amy or Jonah meet with Selina- HBO

By Sue. By motherfucking Sue! Welcome back for the finale!

Veep- Keith and Michelle remind Selina that Gary isn't around anymore- HBO

Inside the Oval Office, President Selina Meyer receives updates from both Keith Quinn and Michelle. Also, the Israeli Prime Minister will be calling.

Veep- Selina back in the Oval Office- HBO

While Selina calls out to Gary, she’s reminded that, of course, he’s not here anymore. Selina then takes a call from the Israeli Prime Minister.

Veep- Mike covers Selina Meyer's funeral- HBO

24 years later, Mike covers of Selina Meyer’s funeral. She only covered one term, but she is remembered for briefly freeing what was once known as the nation of Tibet, as well as permanently overturning same sex marriage. Her body rests at the Selina Meyer Presidential Library in Massachusetts. Many of Selina’s former rivals even got front seats. Also, turns out that Kemi Talbot ended up serving two terms.

Veep- Jonah and Beth watch Selina's funeral- HBO

Except Jonah, naturally, was not invited, as he was impeached.

Veep- Catherine, Marjorie, and Little Richard watch Selina's funeral- HBO

As for Marjorie, she watches the funeral with Richard and an overjoyed Catherine, who has prepared margaritas just for this special occasion.

Veep- President Richard Splett salutes Selina Meyer- HBO

Finally, President Richard Splett- who was re-elected in a landslide victory- arrives at the ceremony. Also, as for his three state solution in the Middle East, he received the Nobel Prize. It’s what Richard deserves, honestly.

Veep- Dan, Amy, Bill, and Kent catch up at Selina's funeral- HBO

Bill Ericsson, Amy, Dan, and a hippie looking Kent are also at the memorial. They catch up- also, I see you, Andrew- but Dan then spots Gary, who Selina apparently never visited while he was in prison.

Veep- Gary next to Selina's casket- HBO

Gary at least knows that Selina would hate the flowers. He rests some lipstick on her casket and heads off.

Veep- Mike covers Tom Hanks' death- HBO

While the guards struggle getting Selina’s casket into its resting place, Mike decides that he’ll say a few kind words about Selina after his years of working for her.

However, there’s an important update that overshadows the former President’s death. It turns out that a major American icon has passed away at the age of 88: Mr. Tom Hanks himself. Well, time to honor America’s true hero as Veep and the political misadventures of Selina Meyer comes to a close.

Veep- Selina delivers her nomination speech- HBO

As much as we often joke that Jonah Ryan’s rise to prominence feels like one giant accident, I would argue that there are similarities with Selina Meyer. To be clear, I’m not saying Selina and Jonah are the same, but consider this. For everything thrown at Jonah, he continued to persevere and make his way up the political ladder.

Veep- Selina tells Amy that Jonah is going to be Vice President- HBO

With Selina, who is more competent, she had many obstacles in her path, the biggest one probably being that she actually lost the Presidency two seasons ago. Despite all of that and everything she’s faced this season leading into the finale, she squeaked out a victory and finally managed to win the Presidency. The distinction here being that the people actually voted for her, whereas before she ascended into the position.

Veep- Selina doesn't want to be Kemi Talbot's running mate- HBO

But with the aptly named “Veep,” it’s crunch time. There are a lot of parallels here to Season Five’s “Inauguration” in that it feels like a race against time. Selina had to overcome a lot in order to come out victorious and it felt like there could be an 11th hour curveball that would derail her momentum. It wouldn’t be Veep if she didn’t have one blunder, after all.

Veep- Keith shows Selina that Tom James is on the convention floor- HBO

But Selina is nothing if not clever and crafty. Whether she makes the right decisions is up to you, but right now, as Selina said in the premiere, it’s her time. Damn the consequences, Selina Meyer goes scorched Earth in this series finale. Showrunner David Mandel, who was behind the camera here, took us through Selina’s last hurrah and delivered both a fun and scathing finish to the political series.

Veep- Selina and Tom talk- HBO

There are wacky hijinks aplenty, but there are quieter, more focused moments for reflection. That and we were given plenty of times for Selina to be her usual, ruthless self. This time, though, more than any other moment, the gloves were off because she called the shots.

Throughout the season, Selina had prospered in the face of the Meyer Fund and every other thing nagging at her. She even managed to overtake Kemi Talbot. With all of that, the nomination should’ve been in the bag, but so many X factors prevented that. Like our own political world, you can’t prepare for the unexpected.

But if Selina’s time as Vice President has prepared her for anything, it’s this finish. One by one, she eventually manages to vanquish her foes through her own terms. From the start, she refuses to offer Kemi Talbot the Veep spot merely because others proposed it. This would’ve made the party happy, but Selina is only interested in making herself happy.

Veep- Selina rants at Michelle- HBO

So when Selina has Gary fall on the sword, when she offers to kill gay marriage in exchange for Buddy Calhoun’s support, turning Michelle against Tom James, and even offering Jonah the VP slot, she’s being very calculating and methodical in her approach. It’s ruthless, but not out of character at all because we know at this point that Selina isn’t above using others to get her way.

Veep- Selina has a heart to heart talk with Ben- HBO

More than that, though, her heart-to-heart talk with Ben helped spur her into action. While Ben and Kent are usually there to help center Selina, she had to call the shots this time. Julia Louis-Dreyfus has always been excellent as Selina Meyer, but Selina felt more methodical here than we’ve ever seen her before.

Veep- Kent says 'Fuck the numbers'- HBO

The best example of this is when she proposes that Jonah be her running mate. The fuck-up who managed to fail upwards. This was the moment that broke Kent of all people, and even got Amy shaking. But Selina knows what it means to suffer, in particular as Vice President. This would be the perfect spot for Jonah. Terrible as it would be, Selina had to make this in order to secure the nomination.

Veep- Jonah turns down Selina's offer of being Vice President- HBO

As I watched this finale, I kept waiting for an 11th hour switch. When Jonah initially turned down Selina’s offer, I thought ‘Okay, is this what prevents Selina from becoming President?’ After all, with Jonah’s rhetoric still winning him delegates, he was in a position to bargain. It was one of the few times, I think, when he actually stood up for himself and even shouted back at Uncle Jeff.

Veep- Jonah tag teamed by Selina and Uncle Jeff- HBO

I love this little moment because it showed that, for all of Jonah’s many fumbles, even he’s capable of playing political ball. But he’s still no match for Uncle Jeff and Selina combined.

Veep- Selina with Gary for the last time- HBO

Selina sold her soul and more in order to become President. That she offered to kill gay marriage just for Buddy Calhoun’s endorsement was one thing, but we have to talk about Gary. Poor, innocent Gary who has been there for Selina since day one. Andrew established earlier that Gary could be the fall guy for the Meyer Fund, but there wasn’t much discussion about it.

But now, Selina had to let one more domino fall in order to secure her victory. It’s a slimy, underhanded tactic and major slap in the face to the man who, more than anyone else, has always had Selina’s back. When Gary is hauled off by agents as Selina delivers her acceptance speech, it’s a punch in the gut. Yet, again, this isn’t unlike Selina at all. She wouldn’t hesitate to throw Gary under the bus.

That doesn’t make the moment any less painful, but it just shows that Selina will reach for any new low. She’s a terrible person who we really have no reason to root for, and yet we do because we just can’t look away.

Veep- Selina returns to the Oval Office- HBO

At the end of the day, sure, Selina returns to the Oval Office. But like the Season Three finale, I’d argue that once Selina becomes President, things are even worse. She’s alienated many of her allies. Gary rots away in prison and she doesn’t think to visit him. She’s won what she wanted, but it cost her everything and more just to get there. Now she’s just President, but unhappy.

Veep- Selina alone in the Oval Office- HBO

Sure, Selina has always been unhappy, but there’s always been a spark to her ferocity. When we see her sitting in the Oval Office by her lonesome, though, Selina is left with no one but herself. It’s a tragic, yet fitting ending to such a despicable character.

Veep- Kemi Talbot at Selina's memorial- HBO

But the hits don’t even stop there. For all of Selina’s hard work, she only ended up as a one-term President and will probably just be remembered for the Tibet incident and overturning gay marriage. To pour salt in the wound, both Kemi Talbot and Richard managed to serve two full terms, while Selina was, once again, a mere blip on everybody’s radar.

Veep- Richard talks with Mike- HBO

Actually, full stop for a moment. Richard. Sam Richardson came onto the scene in the third season and he seemed like nothing more than just another helping hand for Selina. But his nice demeanor and overall pleasantness made him stick out in a sea of unlikable and deplorable characters. His rise to prominence in politics all but guaranteed he would continue being a rising star in this world.

So the fact that he not only became President, but served two terms and deservingly won a Nobel Prize shows that yes, nice folks can succeed in politics. It couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy.

Veep- Selina justifies picking Jonah as her running mate- HBO

But let’s use that as a way to talk about Selina’s supporting players. Everyone had a moment to shine in this finale, though the standouts had to be, for my money, Ben, Kent, and Amy. Ben in particular gave Selina the encouragement and words that she needed in order to make her victory a surefire possibility, while Kent and Amy’s freakouts at the prospect of Vice President Jonah Ryan were hilarious to watch.

Veep- Mike reports on Selina Meyer's passing- HBO

Also, Mike! Another example of someone whose star continued to rise. When Selina gave him the boot, he quickly bounced back. From his humble days at Buzzfeed, Mike ended up with great success that culminated in him becoming a full-fledged Walter Cronkite. Perhaps Selina was right: people only succeed or do well when they’re not associated with her.

Sticking with Mike, though, let’s talk about that ending. The final knife to the gut that is Selina Meyer’s legacy. No matter what she does, she will always be overshadowed by someone else. In this case, the death of Tom Hanks ends up taking precedence over Selina’s. It’s a fantastic payoff to the pilot episode and fitting end for Selina. She can do a damn good job and someone will still upstage her.

But hey, who better to be overshadowed than by Tom Hanks? That’s one way to take the momentum out of your death. It’s like when Farrah Fawcett’s death ended up being overshadowed by Michael Jackson’s death.

Veep- Catherine and Marjorie happy that Selina stood up for the trans community- HBO

Even though Veep doesn’t operate in the same world as ours does, I did like the real world parallels. North Carolina’s bathroom bill, for example, was a hot button issue and I did like how it was integrated into the episode without becoming the focal point. Plus, it wasn’t just there for show, but used in a way that divided Catherine from Selina for good when Selina proposed killing gay marriage.

Veep- Catherine brings out margaritas- HBO

It might’ve been the only time we saw Marjorie lose her shit. But as we see in the time skip, Catherine couldn’t have been happier than to drink to her mother’s death.

Veep- Sue returns- HBO

Oh, and I’d be crazy if I didn’t bring up Sue’s return! This was a surprise and definitely a ‘Hell yes’ moment for me. Even though it was brief and while Sue did pop up in the ‘Previously on’ segment- indicating that she could appear- it was an absolute treat to see her again.

When you consider that we didn’t see or hear from Sue at all last season, it left me wondering if Sufe Bradshaw would ever return to the series. At the same time, story-wise, last season didn’t need Sue since that was about Selina outside of politics. Last we checked, Sue stayed on under Montez’s administration. Luckily, we got to see her one last time doing what she does best: shutting shit down.

Veep- Selina takes the stage- HBO

Veep is a fascinating take on politics. I’ve said this before, but Veep is like taking our political world and holding it up to a cracked mirror. I maintain that “Inauguration” could have worked as a series finale, but that’s not taking anything away from what we got in “Veep” tonight. For all of Selina’s hard work, scheming, and underhanded tactics, she got what she finally wanted. What matters in the end, though, is whether it was worth it.

Again, Veep was not something I tuned into until right before Season Three premiered, but I am happy that I did because this was a fantastic series. For me, this series never skipped a beat or let up on its comedy. I’d be hard pressed to pick out what I’d consider a bad or even mediocre episode because the quality from start to finish was consistent.

If you’re in the mood for political satire or just a great comedy, Veep is something you should check out. The adventures of Selina Meyer and company have come to a close. For the folks who made this possible, from series creator Armando Iannucci to current showrunner David Mandel and the cast and crew, thank you for creating one of the best, consistently sharp comedies of the past few years.

Also, thanks to you all out there in reality land who have been following along with my ramblings and unnecessarily long essays. With all that said, thanks for reading, keep on watching television, and take care.

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