Gary: Well, that's a capital offense. Every minute that we delay, Amy: Well, then start the process. I just want to say that I'm a huge fan - of the clean jobs initiative. Oh, Dan is a shit. Look, it's going to be in the papers tomorrow.
Well, I'll keep that in mind. You, did you check the Wikipedia? Brett Kagan's blog picked up a tweet from us. He used you to get what he wanted. I've managed to get a fresh batch of those European sweeners you like so much. It's funny but becomin' annoyin' very quickly.
It looks really pretty - No, I don't want it. We've got a whole online thing. I don't want you to think that was a burn because I wasn't asking you out. It's nice to see you. If I could, I think it would behoove you to make an apology as soon as possible, in which case I can get someone in your office from an appropriate mental health charity Who the fuck is pretty boy? You take the little pod, put the little pod in the fucking hole, shut the fucking lid, hit the fucking button for two fucking seconds. Two things I would have done differently. You can just shut it down.
If I genuinely don't know, then those bastards can't make me tell them. You look exactly like a pimp. That would be bad for me. Yeah, we're positioning ourselves right now with the clean jobs commission. Yeah, well, you know what? But the President of the United States of America - is very keen - Uh-huh.
I'll redact your fucking face. He brings his sly take on politics Stateside with Veep, which casts former star as the Vice President of the United States. You still got that guy Mike in your press shop? He just wants dinner and a movie. He has so many tubes in him, he looks like a set of bagpipes. Dan, waiting for some crumbs to fall? I cannot believe you are dating your boss's daughter.
I wonder what's in this book that they saw fit to give it covers made of pure shit. We're having a complicated day here. I'm supposed to eat around corners? I don't have a motto. Coffee for the Vice President, please, Dan. To be honest, I was a little scared.
We need to talk about the V. Now ask yourself something, Mike. I wanted to talk to you about this. That is what we are working on, landing you. I liked in the loop and felt it was funny and original.
Okay What do you think of Dan? Meanwhile, Selina preps with Mike for a 'Meet the Press' interview. We are going to get the card back and replace it with a new one. Can we not strategize in a closet? It is intern season, Gary. Did she firebomb a hospice? Season 1, Episode 8 June 10, 2012 Season 1, Episode 8 June 10, 2012 In the Season 1 finale, an Ohio gubernatorial candidate balks at Selina's endorsement due to her current unpopularity, but Mike and Amy try to make the best of the vice president's emotions during their meeting. In six months, when all this bullshit dies down, we're gonna put an oil guy on the clean jobs commission. No, the Vice President does not have a sliver of daylight in her schedule today.
We all know that politicians knew nothing and very self-absorbed takin themselves very seriously people. A stellar performance from Julia Louis-Dreyfus and an extremely harmonious supporting cast bring this show together perfectly. Watching the folks in Washington drive the country off the cliff is no laughing matter. She's got a small mustache. That's why I hired him. So today at the 3:30 press call, what do you want me to say about plastics? Are you here to steal the incorrectly-signed card? You really want to base your press strategy based on trying to figure out when Tom Hanks is gonna - Did someone order a dick-o-gram here? And you do not want to fuck with those guys because they fuck in a very unpleasant fashion. Can you do me there? There's coffee on my coat.
Okay, here comes Dorsey with your coffee. I need to keep these off your jacket 'cause the static attracts and retains dirt. First of all, you should put the hood down. And we're gonna talk about that. Could we maybe table tableware for now, Gary, - and focus on filibuster reform? Amy and Dan are forced to entertain elementary-school children.