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Ellen Gray

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Daily News TV critic Ellen Gray has been paid to watch television since 1994. And yes, it's very nice work if you can get it.

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ARMANDO IANNUCCI wasn’t looking to make a political statement when he made the title character of his HBO comedy “Veep” a woman. “I thought female vice president simply because I didn’t want people to say, ‘Oh, it’s a take on Cheney’ or … ‘This is Joe Biden,’? ” the producer told reporters in January. “And I also thought that I want it to feel like we’re speculating on where politics might go. I think it’s now perfectly natural to assume that in the next five or 10 years, there will be a female vice president, maybe even president.”
Ellen Gray: The people behind “Veep” have no doubt done their homework. Beltway insiders may enjoy trying to figure out the who’s who of it all.
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