Emmy chat: Join 'Veep's' Jonah, Timothy Simons, on Wednesday

Emmy chat: Join 'Veep's' Jonah, Timothy Simons, on Wednesday
Join us for a live chat with "Veep's" Jonah, Timothy Simons. He'll be taking your questions. Post them here or tweet them using #askLATimes. (Michelle Maltais)

As Jonah or Jonad or the guy people don't have the time to ignore or the man with the police sketch face of a rapist, Timothy Simons must endure all manner of devastating insults and putdowns on "Veep." And yet, our favorite man on Capitol Hill just keeps picking himself up off the mat and coming back for more. And that's why we love him. Or loathe him. It kind of depends on the moment.

Simons will be stopping by The Times on Wednesday at 11 a.m. PDT to talk about his work on "Veep" and why viewers connect so strongly with Jonah. There's also the matter of Patton Oswalt as the vice president's chief of staff and the rather hands-on approach he took toward Jonah this season. Usually, seeing Oswalt in any form (movies, TV, stand-up) is a good thing. But after these intimate moments together, we're wondering if Simons would still agree.

So join us Wednesday. And if you have any questions you'd like to send Simons' way, tweet it to us using the hashtag #askLATimes.

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