|The first and only season of That's My Bush! was short, hilarious, and full of political satire. Featuring the 43rd President of the United States, George Walker Bush, as he gets himself into all kinds of trouble with his wife, neighbor, White House residents, and the entire country. This season tackled such important issues as the death penalty, oil drilling, freedom to carry firearms, abortion, assisted suicide, and the war on drugs. While these are often touchy and sometimes taboo subjects to use as an episode theme, That's My Bush! was always fair and handled each topic with respect and touches of comedy.|
The lone season began with "An Aborted Dinner Date," using a classic sitcom scenario. The husband, in this case President George W. Bush, has made dinner plans with his wife, the first lady. Unfortunately he has forgotten about his other plans that evening. As a result he has to be in two places at once. "A Poorly Executed Plan" sees George's old frat buddies visiting the White House as he must also attend a public execution. "Eenie Meenie Miney Murder" has Charlton Heston stopping by after George bans guns in America.
Later in the season, President Bush's mother stops by in "Mom "E" D.E.A. Arrest" after he accidentally takes several hits of ecstasy. "Trapped in a Small Environment" uses the classic sitcom device of the shows cast, often friends and foes, stuck in a room together as they must work out their problems. The season, but also the show, conclude in "Fare Thee Welfare" as George leaves office, replaced by Dick Cheney. After a bit of job searching, George finds success wrestling under an alter-ego.
After only eight episodes, That's My Bush! would come to an end as the show was too expensive for Comedy Central to fund.