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A government employee discovers that the cause of the tensions between the two political parties is a race of extraterrestrial insects eating the brains of the politicians.
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 Laurel Healy (13 episodes, 2016)
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 Luke Healy (13 episodes, 2016)
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 Gareth Ritter (13 episodes, 2016)
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 Red Wheatus (13 episodes, 2016)
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 Rochelle Daudier (12 episodes, 2016)
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 Gustav Triplett (10 episodes, 2016)
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 Scarlett Pierce (10 episodes, 2016)
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 Ella Pollack (9 episodes, 2016)
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 Dean Healy (8 episodes, 2016)
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 Misty Alise (8 episodes, 2016)
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 Claudia Monarch (8 episodes, 2016)
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 Anthony Onofrio (7 episodes, 2016)
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A young, fresh-faced Hill staffer gets her first job in Washington, D.C. to discover two things: The government has stopped working, and alien spawn have come to earth and eaten the brains of a growing number of Congressmen and Hill staffers.

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What's Eating Washington?


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13 June 2016 (USA)  »

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BrainDead: Alieni a Washington  »

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Scenes filmed in the Roosevelt Hotel, New York See more »

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Equal Opportunity BrainDead
30 June 2016 | by (Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

I decided to check out this new show and I have to admit, it's pretty funny.

Disclaimer: I'm not a member of either of the major parties - I ditched my "life-time club membership" right after voting in the primaries. LOL Gotta wake up sometime, right?

To me, they're both varying degrees of terrible. Which might explain why I dig this show. It takes potshots at both sides.

It's obviously both satire and fiction but with current real-life elections underway, I can see where this might rub some people the wrong way.

At this early stage I don't see any agenda and there might just not be one, or it might hint at the fact that the 2-Party system simply isn't working in a country that claims to value personal freedoms and democracy.

I say enjoy it for what it is. :)


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