Critic Consensus: A move from the White House hasn't dulled Veep's razor-sharp satirical edge, thanks to Julia Louis-Dreyfus and her castmates' deft comic chemistry.
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Veep is the best comedy still on air. Its satirical bite is the sharpest it's ever been and the characters have had years to develop into the acidic buffoons they are.
Domehow, over the course of her tenure, the woman at its centre has become a constant, and oddly comforting, presence in American political life: Selina Meyer, the devil you know.
What Veep is now providing, in contrast to its previous seasons, is a sense of moral stability: Here are a bunch of incompetent people who are living, finally, with the ramifications of their incompetence.
Veep is a satirization of all power-hungry politicians, neutral to their party, past, or principles. But most importantly, it's telling its own story. This is a serialized narrative that refuses to rewrite history in order to mock it.
The comedy is great, as usual, and, this year, it resonates particularly well with our national anxiety level. Veep has so much winning that we might get bored with winning ... by season 25, maybe.
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