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That's My Bush!

Timothy Bottoms , Carrie Quinn Dolin    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not for everyone....but it should be! ;) Sept. 13 2006
By Mark Slonsky - Published on Amazon.com
If you enjoy your political satire thick with double entendres and really morbidly twisted views; then this is for you. Fans of Southpark might have to be a bit higher on the intelligence scale to understand some of the jokes but, for those of us who have gotten older and still appreciate this duos still going strong famous show...well...it's time to graduate. Sadly this got cancelled before it could be even more relevant. Not only is the president presented as a bumbling idiot...he is presented as a bumbling idiot who tries not to be. Episodes mock all of the current hot button issues of the time while at the same time making a mockery of all 2 camera sitcoms in general. Enjoy the cheesy-ness that is Golden Girls and any other vapid 'teen' sitcom with hollow characters? Then this one is for you. Annoying neighbors, smartass maids, and ditzy sexpot blondes; they are all here! Enjoy what is soon to become a solid cult classic with the dvd release. Where else are you going to see what Stone and Parker can do with a live cast other than whatever future films they attempt to make?
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A crime Sept. 9 2006
By Moviemike - Published on Amazon.com
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Yeah, it's a crime that this series didn't last more than a handful of episodes and a bigger crime that that we have had to wait 5 years for the DVD. Not only a great spoof of Dubya, this is an even greater spoof of the sitcom format.
34 of 41 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not Satire, Parody Oct. 30 2006
By Michael Burton - Published on Amazon.com
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If you're looking for hard-hitting political satire, save your money. Although it has actors playing George W. Bush, Laura Bush and Karl Rove, "That's My Bush" is not remotely about the real Bush administration.

Rather, the show is a parody of formulaic television. The premise is a standard family situation comedy about an ordinary doofus whose job just happens to be President of the United States. Tour groups walk through the living room during family fights. An obnoxious neighbor walks right in whenever he likes. The laugh track is one of the most important elements of the show, over-reacting to deliberately lame jokes and supplying dirty hoots whenever the president's dumb blonde secretary walks into a room. There's a tagline (clearly inspired by The Honeymooners) repeated at the end of every episode, with the "audience" joining in: "One of these days, I'm gonna punch you right in the face."

Each episode combines a serious topic with a timeworn TV situation: drug control and trouble with the mother-in-law, or missile defense and an illegal cable-TV hookup. Don't expect any light to be shed on the serious topics. It's all played for laughs.

If you're easily offended, save your money. There aren't many subjects Matt Stone and Trey Parker consider off-limits. The show isn't as scatological as South Park, but if you're prone to offense-taking, Stone and Parker are out to get you, and they're almost certainly going to succeed. If you can take it, there is some hilarious stuff here.

It's good there were only 8 episodes -- many more would have run the risk of turning it into one more goofy situation comedy.

Each episode includes an audio commentary track with Stone and Parker, and another commentary track with the entire regular cast. But, if you buy DVDs primarily for the "extras," save your money. Each commentary lasts only a few minutes at the beginning of the episode. There are no other extras.

If, in spite of all these warnings to save your money, you buy this anyway -- well, I think you'll enjoy it. I did.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars hillarious!! April 16 2007
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
The episode about putting Laura's cat to sleep is reason enough to buy this. great show!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of these days, Laura, I'm gonna punch you in the face! July 23 2008
By TorridlyBoredShopper - Published on Amazon.com
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Trey Parker and Matt Stone had a gem when this show was in play - and then 9/11 came and rearranged the way we were allowed to see the world. That's sad, too, because this show was unique in its own right and it made Bush seem (this is hard to type) likeable. Much like Norm walking through the doors of Cheers, Bush walking through the doors of The White House had that type of impact. There were the other characters that we needed, too: there was the Dr. of Death himself (Jack K.), their neighbor that always told a bad joke and always did something that got George in trouble (like stealing cable or filling his hollow head with painful question marks), Laura, Karl R., their housekeeper, and the eyecandy named Princess. It had a sitcom format, made people laugh, but had a political undertone that didn't overwhelm or preach but did pull a South Park on the viewer.

The issues were complex: Star Wars works and Bush accidentally hits the button. George talks to Ms. Cleo and she says he is in danger - so he bans the NRA and gets a visit from Moses. Pro-life/Pro-Choice - the horror of an abortion that lived versus a woman who says her body is her own. George and Laura's cat is ancient and they decide it is suffering, so they call in Dr. Death to help their cat go out in style.

There are only eight of these episodes and the plotlines are a little more complex than this, but the eight are a must see for anyone that wants a good laugh and doesn't want to be preached to in their political satire. In addition, there are a lot of extras on the disk that are funny and rewarding, making this buy a great buy for fans of Parker and Stone and for those who do not like them as well.
It is something different - this isn't one of their movies, is not South Park, and is even good to go back to when the day is young and you want to remember something better from 2001.
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