Join friends and Veep co-stars Matt Walsh and Timothy Simons for a weekly comedy podcast where they dive into a rewatch the Matt and Tim way -- beginning with the question, “what is memory? And is what we remember actually what happened?” They’ll also unpack the question “what’s it like to be two supporting actors on Veep as well as in their real lives in Hollywood.” So Veep fans feel free to ask your questions, leave your comments, and if you’re lucky, you may even win a free tuxedo. Expect expert interviews, cast and crew drop-ins, and commentary on politics so ridiculous, it might seem fake on a comedy show. Submit your questions for Matt and Tim and tune in to see if your question makes it on an episode! Record your questions here! Follow Matt Walsh @mrmattwalsh Tim Simons @timothycsimons You can rewatch all 7 seasons of VEEP along with Matt and Tim on HBO Max today!
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Dear Second in Commanders, We are taking a short break as we transition to a new home for the show. We want to thank you listeners for tuning in each week. We couldn't have done this without you! We have enjoyed every second of reminiscing and making... more
Join us once again for an entire episode dedicated to answering questions from fans all over the world! This episode is a previous recording from a live Reddit Q&A we did a few months ago. Enjoy! more
We’re honored to have Frank Rich, former critic for Time magazine and The New York Post turned Executive Producer of Veep, on the pod! Frank gets into the thick of it with Tim and Matt as he recalls starting off as a political consultant on the show.... more
This is a good podcast and it is not bad. The guys are funny and insightful. They’re uniquely vulnerable for a rewatch podcast and I feel I get more out of it personally than I anticipated. I’m gonna double down on that. #VEEPIVERSARY
Have loved watching Veep several times over, but this podcast takes things to the next level! Getting to hear from all of my favorite characters and what it was like to be on the show brightens my day! I enjoy the banter between Matt and Tim and love the interviews, especially Steven Colbert! Thank you for all that you guys do! more
I love this podcast and eagerly await its release each week. I’ve admittedly switched to watching it on YouTube as it’s more entertaining watching Tim and Matt crack up, but still enjoy listening after rewatching the episodes. My favorite part are the interviews with cast members. The Colbert interview was delightful- hearing other celebrity fans of the show would be cool too! Thanks for putting this together. Daniwah forever!
Please, please, *please* bring Colbert back soon. At least once more. He’s game, just find a spot in his schedule. more
Hi! When is the latest episode (10th anniversary episode) coming out on YouTube?? I love watching you guys but don’t see the latest episode posted yet.
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Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch launched 9 months ago and published 35 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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