That's My Bush!
That's My Bush! - Cast Pictures
Check out photos of the cast of That's My Bush! including Timothy Bottoms, who's a dead-ringer for George W.
That's My Bush! Makes Dubya a Star
As his first 100 days draw to a close, George W. Bush is finally coming into his own. He recently made his debut as comedian in chief; his critically acclaimed autobiography, "My First Presidentiary," has just hit stores; and now, with a little help from the creators of South Park, he even has his own sitcom: "That's My Bush!"
"That's My Bush!" Video Highlights
Watch video clips from "That's My Bush!" or take a behind-the-scenes tour on Comedy Central's Web site.
Presidential Parodying Takes on New Tartness
Gerald Ford had Chevy Chase. George Bush senior had Dana Carvey. George W. Bush gets the guys who invented Mr. Hankey, a talking piece of poo.
In the bratty "That's My Bush," the "South Park" boys claim they're sending up sitcoms, not George W. Right. And Cartman's a genius. From Salon.com.
Bush-Wacky: 'South Park' Creators Take On the Prez
Tom Shales of the Washington Post writes that TV's first "Bushcom" is "tasteless, appalling and funny as hell."
From Incestuous Lesbians to Sacred Cows
About Guide to Urban Legends and Folklore discusses all those rumors about Comedy Central portraying Bush's daughters as incestuous lesbians in its upcoming sitcom "That's My Bush!"
South Park Guys Back Off Bush Twins
Comedy Central orders producers of its upcoming comedy series about the first family to remove all references to President Bush's twin daughters. A script that leaked out had portrayed them as incestuous lesbian lovers.
Timothy Bottoms, who played Texan Sonny Crawford 30 years ago in "The Last Picture Show" and again in 1990's "Texasville," has been cast as President Bush in Comedy Central's new show "That's My Bush!" Check out a picture of him here.