Reno 911!

Season 2 Episode 13

President Bush's Motorcade

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Aired Thursday 10:30 PM Sep 01, 2004 on Comedy Central
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The deputies in Reno are assigned traffic control for a presidential whistle-stop visit.

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    Carlos Alazraqui

    Carlos Alazraqui

    Deputy James Garcia

    Kerri Kenney

    Kerri Kenney

    Deputy Trudy Wiegel

    Niecy Nash

    Niecy Nash

    Deputy Raineesha Williams

    Ben Garant

    Ben Garant

    Deputy Travis Junior

    Thomas Lennon

    Thomas Lennon

    Lt. Jim Dangle

    Cedric Yarbrough

    Cedric Yarbrough

    Deputy S. Jones

    Toby Huss

    Toby Huss

    General Lee

    Guest Star

    Danny DeVito

    Danny DeVito

    Himself

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    Hugh Davidson

    Hugh Davidson

    Monkey Man

    Guest Star

    Kyle Dunnigan

    Kyle Dunnigan

    Craig Pullin

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    Guy Stevenson

    Guy Stevenson

    Fireman 2

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    Mitch Rouse

    Mitch Rouse

    Fireman 1

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      • (at a fraternity party)
        Raineesha: SHUT UP! Keep the noise down! (to the girls) Keep your shirts down!
        Clementine: ...unless you're getting paid!

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      • Raineesha: Keep the noise down! Keep your shirts down!
        Clementine: Unless you're getting paid!
        This is a reference to the controversy set off by a series of DVDs called Girls Gone Wild, where college girls bare their breasts, usually being compensated with no more than a free t-shirt for doing so. Meanwhile, the producer of the videos, Joe Francis, has become a multi-millionaire.

      • The scenes where Dangle and Junior wait for the Bush motorcade to pass them pay homage to Samuel Beckett's play Waiting for Godot; their repetitive back and forth discussions... "What should we do?" "Wait" "Have you ever met him?" "Who?" etc. and Junior's constant struggle to remove his boot are indicative of the production.

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