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  • A Family Campaign

    "Let's Not Do That Again" begins as Nancy Harrison's senate campaign is dealt a scandalous blow when the media runs footage of her daughter Greta smashing windows during a riot in Paris. We find out that Greta has been seduced by Xavier, a swarmy neo-nazi French Casanova bent on making a political splash. His politics repulse her, yet she is supposedly charmed when he refers to her as "my little rabbit," "my little flea," or "my little shrimp." Xavier brings to mind the Albert Brooks' character Jacques Brunswich in The Simpsons-- the bowling instructor who charms Marge - “Marge, darling, there are ten pins in my heart.You've knocked over eight. Won't you please pick up that spare? Mm.” So Xavier's character is a bust. Greta is not very sympathetic either, falling for this malarkey and then changing her gears on a whim a number of times. Nancy is pretty humorous in her political jockeying.. I could read more Nancy. We also have Nick, Nancy's son who is striving to keep out of his mother's political drama, runs off to rescue his sister in Paris, and he is working on composing his Joan Didion musical. Cate and Tom head up Nancy's campaign staff and are instrumental in pulling off an improbable solution to everyone's problems. "Let's Not Do That Again" is pretty humorous and a quick read. I have not watched “Veep,” but this is touted as something fans of that show would love. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

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