Somehow a member of the U.S. House Of Representatives at the start of season 6, ‘Veep’ viewers expected to see Jonah Ryan floundering and ignored by the rest of his peers because of his obvious incompetence. In fairness to ‘Veep’s’ writers, there’s been plenty of that. Jonah’s preposterous stand in Congress against ‘The Healthy School Lunch Act’ went on deaf ears, he was provoked into making a fool out of himself by Dan Egan on CBS Morning, was ostracised by his fellow Congressmen in Georgia, and was somehow repeatedly confounded by Daylight savings time over the course of an entire episode.
The star triggered a backlash on social media when she used the word to raise awareness of the sort of abuse her disabled son faces.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a show more instantly likeable than Steven Universe. Granted, the grouchier among us may turn their noses at the inherent silliness of its title character, especially in those early episodes. Yet, what comes across pretty much instantly is how rewarding the show can be to a first time viewer.