'Veep's' Julia Louis-Dreyfus poses for funny (and terrifying) clown sex photo shoot
She also talks about her character on "Veep," titular vice president Selina Meyer, who is now starting her second presidential run (the first happened before the events of the series began in Season 1).
"When you lose your moral center, it's easy to get pissed off," says Louis-Dreyfus of the vice president. "Selina has been eaten by the machine, but also, she is the machine. She's a mangled, bloodied, pulpy working mess."
She does add, however, that Selina's anger and dysfunction are not a product of her own neuroses. "I don't have a s***-ton of baggage," says Louis-Dreyfus. "There's not some grotesque, dark thing."
"Veep" airs Sundays at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on HBO. The comedy issue of GQ hits newsstands on Tuesday, April 29.