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Old 10-15-2006, 01:30 AM   #1
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Default That's My Bush! - The Definitive Collection DVD Review

Remember that time when George W. Bush got his fraternity brothers together in the White House to show them a live execution? Or the time that he accidentally got high on ecstasy and Laura got into a fight with his mother? Oh wait! That stuff never actually happened! It was all just part of the Comedy Central satire sitcom, ‘That's My Bush!’

And now, all 8 episodes of ‘That's My Bush!’ are available on a two-disc set from Comedy Central DVD. The series was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone—yeah, that is right, the South Park guys, but if you don't like South Park, you still may like this. The show stars Timothy Bottoms as George W. Bush, that guy that is the leader of the country but isn't sure how to handle the job; Carrie Quinn Doyle as Laura Bush, his dedicated wife (who, on the series, is really nothing like the real Laura Bush, which makes it even more funny); and Kurt Fuller as Karl Rove, the man who many say is Bush's brain. And of course, how would an executive get by without his secretary and maid… wait, you mean the President of the United States only has one of each of those? Well on this show, anyway… Marcia Wallace plays Maggie, the maid, and Kristen Miller plays Princess, the secretary (who is, to put it nicely even, an idiot). And finally, what sitcom would be complete without the quirky neighbor? John D'Aquino fills that role as Larry.

The show aired for two whole months on Comedy Central, in April and May 2001, after which it was canceled and never to be seen again except for in a few random late-night marathons, and of course now on DVD.

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Default I sure wish Parker & Stone....

...would produce at least SIX more episodes of "THAT'S MY BUSH!". But then- with the REAL Bush so hilarious now, what's left to satirize????

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well post 9/11 the show couldnt be made today

conservatives would go nuts on that one

funny thing is, WHOEVER won the election was gonna get satirized in the show
they had it planned BOTH WAYS--- if gore would have won, the show would have focused on him and tipper!
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I'm enjoying the DVDs. Listen to the cast add their commentary to the episodes--it's some funny stuff!
HEY, SONY: Thank you for Benson, Season 2!

Now can we get started on Season 3 plans?
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