Critic Consensus: In Veep's second season, the satire is sharper, the insights are deeper, the tone is more consistent, and the result is a comedy of unexpected heft.
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HBO's Veep is the sharpest Beltway satire the medium has ever seen, mostly because it focuses not on the power wielded by politicians, but on their desperate venality
ouis-Dreyfus's performance - which, like Congress, can be divided into two houses, Crackling Charm and Hysterical Ego-still drives the show, but we're getting a more realistic sense of political gamesmanship.
The show wrapped up a very strong second season with a typically funny episode that also, surprisingly, actually changed the overall storyline for the show in a notable way going forward.
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