That's My Bush!

Comedy Central (ended 2001)
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  • President George W. Bush (Timothy Bottoms) lives in a comedy sitcom version of the White House called That's My Bush!, with a comedy sitcom wisecracking maid Maggie (Marcia Wallace), a comedy sitcom neighbor Larry (John D'Aquino) that barges in at random, and comedy sitcom types of problems, most of which also intersect with big controversial issues. Of course, he's not too bright, and his caring wife Laura (Carrie Quinn Dolin) often saves the day from horrorific political havoc.First aired on Wednesday, April 4, 2001 at 9:30 PM. The show had a short run -- only 8 episodes -- and the reason of it's cancellation was too much cost of the show.He's the president in residence He's kind of in charge He's got the whole country saying, "That's my Bush!" Life is hard, that's the price of fame When you're president everyone knows your name Hey what's that thing? It's my Bush! I can't believe he's actually in the White House, that's our ma-hyauun!! That's My Bush! [background singers vocalizing]moreless

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 1 : Ep 8

    Fare Thee Welfare

    Aired 5/23/01

  • S 1 : Ep 7

    Trapped in a Small Environment

    Aired 5/16/01

  • S 1 : Ep 6

    Mom 'E' D. E. A. Arrest

    Aired 5/9/01

  • S 1 : Ep 5

    The First Lady's Persqueeter

    Aired 5/2/01

  • S 1 : Ep 4

    S. D. I-Aye-AYE!

    Aired 4/25/01

  • Cast & Crew
  • Kurt Fuller

    Karl Rove

  • Timothy Bottoms

    George W. Bush

  • Marcia Wallace

    Maggie Hawley

  • John D'Aquino

    Larry O'Shea

  • Kristen Miller

    Princess Stevenson

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (93)

    • Karl: The head of the Anti-Abortion group is here, and I hear he's sort of a freak. George: What kind of a freak? Karl: Well, apparently he was aborted 30 years ago, but survived. He is bitter, he is angry, and he hates being cancelled on.

    • Karl: (describing the "aborted" head of pro-life) He never really developed. He survived eating ants and, ugh! George: So...what, he's kind of like a midget? Karl: Worse than a midget. George: Worse than a MIDGET??!!

    • Karl (to George): Don't you think this idea of getting the head of pro-life and the head of pro-choice together is a little... gay?

    • Larry: Has anyone seen my crow?

    • Joyce: Mr. Bush, let me be frank. Karl: Yeah, I think that makes more sense than Joyce.

    • Laura: Well, George, you notice anything different about me? George: Well, uh... Laura: Well? George: Uh, you gain some weight?

    • Joyce: Mr. Bush, let me be frank. Karl: Yeah, I think that makes more sense than Joyce.

    • Laura: Well, George, you notice anything different about me? George: Well, uh... Laura: Well? George: Uh, you gain some weight?

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    Notes (16)

    • This pilot episode was nominated from the Casting Society of America, USA for Best Casting for a TV Pilot.

    • "An Aborted Dinner Date" was nominated from the Art Directors Guild for Excellence in Production Design Award.

    • Songs played include: Sanford and Son theme, Final Jeopardy music

    • Neither Randal nor Jonsey speak by themselves. when they talk, is is while all the others are talking.

    • The language the austiran use is a weird kind of german. The grammatic is messed up and the choice of words really odd.

    • In Matt Stone's and Trey Parker's other series, South Park, there was a rodent named Lemmiwinks in the episode, "The Death Camp of Tolerence."

    • This was the only That's My Bush episode that Matt Stone co-wrote.

    • Protest signs: Kiss my Alaska (Larry), Caribou are people, too!

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    Trivia (2)

    • When the show was in the planning stages, and before the outcome of the 2000 election was known, the show was known as "Family First".

    • For the first and maybe only time, the actor playing Donald Rumsfeld looks nothing like the real Donald Rumsfeld. This is a deviation from the normal standard of actually getting look-a-likes, such as Dick Cheney in the final episode.

    Allusions (3)

    • Charlton Heston: Get your filthy paws off me, you damn dirty ape!/ Damn you! Damn you all to hell! / Let my people go! The first two were said by Charlton Heston's character in Planet of the Apes "Let my people go!" was said by Heston playing Moses in The Ten Commandments.

    • Cheers

      The "Brewhaha" segment parodied the show Cheers. Cheers was a sitcom about a guy named Sam Malone and how he ran the bar.

    • Dick Cheney: Perhaps I should invite this "masked loser" to wrestle at the White House.
      Dick Cheney inviting the masked Loser to the white house to get the public to like him parodies the similar plot of the movie Gladiator.

  • Fan Reviews (10)
  • Thought I'd look at the comment and see if anyone actually got this show

    By beep54, May 28, 2013

  • Worse movie ever.

    By mikeysboy, Jun 28, 2006

  • Another reason to hate Osama

    By lilmaz, Jan 07, 2006

  • A satire of itself and the president in resident.

    By eds_poofed_hair, Dec 03, 2005

  • funny as hell

    By doubleg392, Sep 22, 2005