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'Veep's' Matt Walsh on how his Mike epitomizes U.S. government

Is it possible to sell a boat on EBay? Why would anyone in their right mind want to work on Capitol Hill? And might this stellar second season of "Veep" end with a cliffhanger?

We kicked around these and many other topics with Matt Walsh, who plays Mike McLintock, the always-embattled communications director for Julia Louis-Dreyfus' vice president on the Emmy-nominated HBO comedy. Walsh also talked improv acting and even demonstrated the art at one point in the interview when his dog's barking became a distraction. Pull up a chair and take a listen, won't you?

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