Instead, now that money is going to fund obsolete metal giant dildos.” ... superbly-executed dildo joke, more visual than “Veep’s” but no less appropriate or funny. It is, in its own ...
“Whole cities of children were going to be saved from poverty; instead, now that money is going to fund obsolete metal giant dildos.” Moments earlier, Selina wailed, “This speech was supposed to perfectly define my presidency.”
Instead, that money is going to fund obsolete metal, giant dildos.” Alas, I have a feeling that speech did perfectly define her presidency. And a few other things:
Instead now that money is going to fund obsolete, metal, giant dildos,” Selina seethes, in another stupendous performance from Louis-Dreyfuss.
Selina announces an increase to spending on the submarine fleet she had planned to cut. Afterwards, Selina admonishes her staff for their massive screw-up. “Whole cities of children were going to be saved from poverty,” she seethes. “Now, that money is going to fund obsolete, metal, giant dildos.”
Meyer’s rage at the mishandling of her address to Congress finds expression in moral fervor (the money planned for an anti-poverty program “is going to fund obsolete, metal, giant dildos,” she says of a moribund submarine project), but in truth she’s unconcerned with anything but the politics of perception, bullying her daughter, Catherine (Sarah Sutherland), into abandoning an anti-bullying campaign because she’s afraid it won’t play well in the press.
Veep (season 4) Veep. (season 4) Veep (2012-2019) is a satirical political comedy TV series starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer, a senator who becomes the first female vice president and, later, the first female president. It was created by Armando Ianucci .
Selina Meyer and her frequently incompetent staff are back for another season of political maneuvering, and now that Selina’s ascended to the presidency, the stakes are higher than ever.