The cast of HBO’s hit series Veep is celebrating … yet another Screen Actors Guild awards defeat.
Veep lost to Orange is the New Black for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series during the awards show Saturday, but you they didn’t seem that dejected about it, according to a People report.
The Veep stars posed in a photo after their loss, with some of the cast — including star Julia Louis-Dreyfus — putting their fingers in the shape of an “L” on their foreheads while frowning.
Tony Hale, seeming to drown away his sorrows after their second straight defeat, was chugging on a buttle of champagne for the black and white photo.
Louis-Dreyfus wrote a caption for the photo: “Us. Now. @SAGawards it’s an honor to be nominated.”
The cast can’t be too disappointed. Their show has proven to be a big success and they have plenty of other trophies for their mantles. Louis-Dreyfus herself is currently riding a four-year streak for winning best lead actress in a comedy series at the Emmys.
The cast was similarly goofy after losing at the Golden Globes earlier this month. The cast also did the “loser” signs then as well.
Veep premiered backed on April 22, 2012, and the fifth season of the series will premiere on April 24.