TV SPEC: VEEP "Town Hall"
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CAST LIST:

NARRATOR - Frances Townend
Selina - Jacqueline Brown
Amy - Julia Vally
Sue - Alicia Payne
Mike - Charles Gordon
Ben - Neil Kulin
Adam - Kaleb Alexander
Dan - Rob Salerno
Jonah - Sean Ballantyne


SYNOPSIS:

The episode, titled "Town Hall", is about Selina trying to connect with millennial voters after disparaging poll numbers are released. Dan and Amy, fighting for the Campaign Manager position, have different ideas on how to win them over. And Jonah makes things more difficult for Selina and the staff after he accidentally opens a virus that crashes their office server. The episode culminates at a Town Hall event Selina attends at a local university, where she realizes winning the youth vote is easier said than done.


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