Tracey Ullman's State of the Union

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Monday 12:00 AM on Showtime Premiered Mar 30, 2008 In Season

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  • Season 1 Episode 4: Episode 4

  • Tracey portrays the following characters in this episode:
    -A woman at a shipping dock
    -A flight attendant for Jet Blue
    -Chanel Monticello (an airport x-ray screener)
    -Mary Ann LeFrank (a 70-year old woman who is pregnant)
    -Laurie David (enviromental activist)
    -David Beckham (international soccer star)
    -Andy Rooney (60 Minutes correspondent)
    -Cameron Diaz (actress)
    -Campbell Brown (CNN Anchor)
    -Annette Thomas (a stage actress returning after two hip replacements)
    -Ronnie Rooney (brother of Andy Rooney)
    -Sally Knox (a fictional investment banker who's having an affair with her boss)
    -Arianna Huffington (founder of The Huffington Post)

  • Season 1 Episode 3: Episode 3

  • During the Sandra Stevens segment, the women's basketball league is identified as the WANBA, but they are clearly using a ball from the WNBA.

  • Tracey portrays the following characters in this episode:
    -Mother Superior Rose Pannatella (Mother Superior from Pennsylvania)
    -Linda Alvarez (a fictional news anchor for a morning show in Buffalo)
    -Chandra Perkett (a yoga teacher with a public access television show)
    -Arianna Huffington (founder of The Huffington Post)
    -Rosa Batista (Arianna Huffington's housekeeper)
    -Asmaa Qasim (a fictional actress from Malawi)
    -Laurie David (environmental activist)
    -Irma Billings (a mid-America housewife)
    -Padma Perkesh (an Indian drugstore pharmacist)
    -Sherilynne O'Dale (A Christian who is dressing as a Muslim)
    -Judi Dench (Academy Award winning actress)
    -Campbell Brown (CNN Anchor)
    -Sandra Stevens (a fictional basketball coach for a woman's professional league)
    -Sally Knox (a fictional investment banker who's having an affair with her boss)
    -David Beckham (international soccer star)
    -Dina Lohan (mother of Lindsay Lohan)

  • Season 1 Episode 2: Episode 2

  • Tracey portrays the following characters in this episode:
    -Carmen Valk (a woman getting kicked out of an ambulance)
    -Linda Alvarez (a fictional news anchor for a morning show in Buffalo)
    -Chanel Monticello (an airport x-ray screener)
    -Laurie David (environmental activist)
    -Sgt. Lisa Penning (a returning soldier from Iraq)
    -Arianna Huffington (founder of The Huffington Post)
    -Padma Perkesh (an Indian drugstore pharmacist)
    -Renée Zellweger (Academy Award winning actress)
    -Irma Billings (a mid-America housewife)
    -David Beckham (international soccer star)
    -Campbell Brown (CNN Anchor)
    -Dina Lohan (mother of Lindsay Lohan)

  • Season 1 Episode 1: Episode 1

  • Goof-Continuity: In the bar scene, as Dina Lohan, Tracey's hand is empty, then a shot glass appears and disappears several times through the scene. In one shot she is clearly holding an iPhone, next shot she is holding a shot glass.

  • Tracey portrays the following characters in this episode:
    -Sindra Mataal (an undocumented worker, who's working as a servant for an elderly woman)
    -Linda Alvarez (a fictional news anchor for a morning show in Buffalo)
    -Lacy Harris (a wife of a farmer from North Carolina)
    -Laurie David (environmental activist)
    -Arianna Huffington (founder of The Huffington Post)
    -Nancy Pelosi (United States of America's Speaker of the House)
    -Irma Billings (a mid-America housewife, with a fascination about Ryan Seacrest)
    -Padma Perkesh (an Indian drugstore pharmacist)
    -Tony Sirico (best known as "Paulie Walnuts" on The Sopranos)
    -Gretchen Pincus (wife of a prisoner, who's on death row)
    -Rita Cosby (investigative journalist)
    -David Beckham (international soccer star and underwear model)
    -Campbell Brown (CNN Anchor)
    -Sally Knox (a fictional investment banker who's having an affair with her boss)
    -Dina Lohan (mother of Lindsay Lohan)

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