Here Are Ten ‘Veep’ Clips That Prove Gary Walsh Really Is Buster Bluth’s Long Lost Twin Brother

By: 04.03.14



As we’ve mentioned before, Veep’s Gary Walsh shares some pretty distinct similarities with Arrested Development’s Buster Bluth. So to get ourselves excited for the return of one of the funniest comedies on television right now, we thought it would be fun to delve back into some of Gary Walsh’s Buster Bluthiest moments.

Veep’s third season premieres this Sunday at 10:30p.m. on HBO, and if you’re not yet watching — what better time to pop your Veep cherry? Seriously: Everyone needs to be watching this show. I don’t want to hear any bullcrap excuses; get to work.

“There was a rat on the garbage, so I shouted to scare it off.”

“It’s like a robot…”

“He was gonna sneeze on you!”

“Are we still talking about yogurt here?”

“My dad always said I had ladies hands.”

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