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There are few characters written for television that capture the essence of the DC douche quite like Veep's Dan Egan.His indelicate quips, ruthless Hill climbing, and frenzied attempts to run damage control—brought to life brilliantly by Reid Scott—are a big part of why the show has a reputation for being the most (surprisingly) realistic show about politics.Over two rounds of al fresco Manhattans, the 36-year-old talks bachelor party injuries, his Hollywood doppelgänger, and the political powerhouse he finds even more captivating than Linda Evangelista. I was in Austin, Texas with like 17 of my buddies for one of my best friend's bachelor parties. Ahead of the August 19 release of his new movie, Slow Learners (perhaps best described as an exercise in extreme dating), Scott told Harper's BAZAAR: Have you started filming Season 5 of Veep yet? I don't know if you've ever heard of our rehearsal process. RS: Yeah, I think part of my ashes ought to be spread back in China Bowl.We have a really long, extensive, interesting, and fun rehearsal process. RS: In seasons past we would get multiple scripts—upwards of four or five scripts at a time—and we would just rehearse the shit out of them for a couple weeks. “She’s about halfway, so I guess we’re about almost five months pregnant.
They do these events just, like, five times a week.
One time he cried—he starts to cry—but they actually cut it. Dan starts to kind of pout and I actually ended up sobbing. I mean, I think we're probably spoiled in Hollywood.
I mean she takes us all out for drinks and bowling and burgers and stuff in Baltimore, where we shoot. At the White House Correspondents Dinner, which is one of the weirdest and worst-run events I've ever been to in my entire life.
He’s a chubby little guy so he keeps seeing mommy’s belly, and then he looks at his own belly and says, ‘I have a baby too,’ He’s going to be a great big brother.
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