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Season 5 episodes (11)
1 Morning After
Season Five Premiere. Post-election night: Selina discovers a possible road to victory. Meanwhile, Amy must figure out if she is back or not; Catherine kicks off a behind-the-scenes documentary project; and Dan considers a new career.
Amy, Dan, Jonah and Richard try to win the Presidency for the President. Back in D.C., Selina brings in respected Washington fixture Bob Bradley, aka 'The Eagle,' and, nudges out Tom James on the newly created Banking Task Force.
3 The Eagle
Selina sends a tweet and Mike must deal with the consequences. Amy feels usurped by Bob, and begins to be troubled by his behavior. At a museum gala, Gary finds himself the belle of the ball.
Selina rushes to the hospital while attempting to win the presidency. Amy and Dan discover the O'Brien camp has staged a fake protest, and task Jonah and Richard with organizing their own pro-POTUS demonstration. Mike and Wendy meet a potential surrogate.
Selina celebrates Thanksgiving in her own special way. Meanwhile, Ben and Kent manage a Thanksgiving Day crisis, deploying Tom James and VP Doyle to make statements in Selina's absence. Ben sends Dan to work for Tom James.
With the U.S. on the brink of a major financial meltdown, Selina must make an important decision. Jonah finds himself back in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Amy investigates the staff, and Catherine tries to get time with Selina to share some major news.
7 Congressional Ball
At the White House Christmas party, Selina bargains for votes in hopes of breaking the election tie. Meanwhile, the staff is preoccupied with the annual '50 Hottest D.C. Staffers' list; Mike eyes a job outside politics; Dan helps Jonah with debate prep.
8 Camp David
Selina takes Catherine to a family pre-Christmas celebration at Camp David, where her team also plans to conduct secret negotiations. After a disastrous debate in New Hampshire, Amy and Dan try to make Jonah seem more human.
9 Kissing Your Sister
Catherine and Marjorie have a fight; Mike prepares for his babies; Selina is interviewed.
Season Five Finale. Selina and her staff get ready for inauguration day; Mike suffers exhaustion; Catherine gets a makeover.
101 Season 5 Trailer
Get the first look at President (or possibly ex-President) Selina Meyer (Julia-Louis Dreyfus) in this Season 5 preview of 'Veep.'
About this show
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the Vice President of the United States in this HBO comedy series that follows her whirlwind day-to-day existence as she puts out political fires, juggles public and private demands and defends the interests of the chief executive.
Best-written comedy I've seen in a long time. A superbly nuanced B-cast takes this show to the next level! The way in which the cast bounce off eachother is seamless and rarely seen to this degree in modern productions.
A Google user
June 16, 2017
Best role Julia has done since Sinfield! She is a naturally funny potty mouth lady, & Gary is hilarious Some of the best ever payouts 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🏆
August 30, 2016
A funny sitcom. Its greatest strength is the witty script combined with the comical performances of the cast. It is well worth watching.