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Last week, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton wrapped up one of the most heated debates of the entire election season (the absurdist Republican debates notwithstanding) in Brooklyn, NY. With Tuesday’s New York primary only a couple days away, a lot is at stake, so of course Saturday Night Live had to join in while the… READ MORE »


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In a new interview with The New York TimesLouis-Dreyfus talked about her comedic approach to portraying a woman in a position of power and reflected on her “fond-ish” memories of being a cast member on SNL. READ MORE »


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Ah, President Meyer. We’ve missed you so. READ MORE »


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Julia Louis-Dreyfus has always been a very expressive gal, but watching her face as she tries to interpret Jimmy Fallon’s inaudible Whisper Challenge words is morning-making gold. These two are national treasures. [Jezebel] … READ MORE »


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“There is sexism – I’m not denying its existence. But I’m saying that I will deny its effort against me. I just pay it no nevermind and say, ‘Get out of my way.’”
“Veep”‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus is stark naked with the Constitution written across her back on the cover of the latest issue… READ MORE »


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“Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus logged in some time with Joe Biden, the real vice president, at a state dinner last night honoring the French president. I wonder if he shared tips on how to play second fiddle. [Huffington Post]
New couple alert: Sarah Silverman is dating “Masters Of Sex” star Michael Sheen. [USREAD MORE »


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Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a fucking genius. Let me lay it out for you: the actress and comedienne, perhaps best known as “Seinfeld”‘s Elaine, has received four Emmys, a Golden Globe, and five Screen Actors Guild Awards. She’s the only woman to have won the Emmy for three separate comedy series, and is also the most… READ MORE »


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Female vice presidents haven’t been successful IRL. Apparently, it’s easier to get them “elected” on TV. HBO has picked up a new comedy called “Veep,” set in Washington, D.C., which focuses on Senator Selina Meyer “who finds being Vice President is nothing like she expected and everything everyone ever warned her about,” according to Deadline.com. READ MORE »