Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus responded to a second in the Vice Presidential discussion when a fly arrived on Vice President Mike Pence’s head: “I truly wish we had thought of this.”
Did the fly get everyone’s attention?
Julia Louis-Dreyfus had a few contemplations about the fly that shockingly arrived on Vice President Mike Pence’s head during the Vice Presidential discussion on Wednesday, Oct. 7.
The entertainer, who depicted Vice President Selina Meyer on the hit show Veep, said that she wished she had incorporated the bug as a plot point on the HBO show, since it was clearly a made-for-TV second.
“All things considered, I truly wish we had thought of this,” she composed via web-based media. Louis-Dreyfus followed it up by asking, “who is controlling that fly?”
The fly started a few discussions on Twitter, turned into a moving theme and motivated fan accounts.
Emmy sweeper Dan Levy requested the fly get awards for its acting aptitudes. “Give that fly a SAG Award,” the Schitt’s Creek maker composed.
A Simple Favor chief Paul Feig likewise said something, expressing, “Film of Pence being told behind the stage that there was a fly on his head for a few minutes” joined by the Jim Carrey “Goodness please” GIF.
Entertainer Dylan Minnette of 13 Reasons Why included, “it’s the fly showing up out of the blue for me.” Patricia Arquette and Padma Lakshmi saw the episode too.
Trevor Noah’s The Daily Show account later tweeted, “Pence saying ‘sorry’ to Mother right now for getting to third base with the fly.”
What’s more, the maker of Will and Grace and Family Guy, Gary Janetti, ringed in. “The fly is on Watch What Happens Live today,” he said. Andy Cohen should be prepared.
With respect to Louis-Dreyfus, her character Selina was hailed as the primary female president and VP of the U.S. on Veep.
The show ran from 2012 to 2019 and earned her the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
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