As HBO’s “Veep” begins to roll out its sixth season, four college journalists and I had the opportunity to sit down with Matt Walsh, aka Mike McLintock, to talk about his comedic journey. Although fans mostly recognize this red-haired funny guy from his role on the show, Walsh’s credits extend far beyond the White House.
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A year after Selina Meyer’s upset in the presidential election, HBO’s sixth season of “Veep” doesn’t miss a beat as it follows the team in their new roles. With its quick quips and slightly dark humor, “Veep” remains solid even as the show’s setting shifts.
In a world where a nine-year-old’s birthday party cost rivals one year of tuition at an Ivy League institution, there is no such thing as micro-aggression.