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Comedy Central Salutes George W. Bush - comedy DVD / television DVD / Comedy Central review
COMEDY CENTRAL SALUTES GEORGE W. BUSH Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America curledupdvd.com rating: 2 1/2 stars
Actors: Lewis Black, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Timothy Bottoms, Marcia Wallace
  Distributor: Comedy Central / Paramount
DVD release: 21 October 2008   Runtime: 110 minutes (1 disc)
Format: Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
DVD features: Audio (Dolby Digital Stereo - English), Subtitles (English - closed captioned), Full-length episodes (South Park, Lil' Bush, That's My Bush, Lewis Black's Root of All Evil), Classic stand-up performances, Reno 911! - Presidential Motorcade, Mind of Mencia - World Nightly News in 2026, Comedy Central Presents: Frank Caliendo, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Marines in Berkeley, The Colbert Report - Tip/Wag Afghanistan

Comedy Central Salutes George W. Bush is a sample platter of several Comedy Central shows lampooning our future former president. The highlight is an episode of South Park - "The Mystery of the Urinal Deuce" - in which someone poops in the wrong receptacle, leading to an investigation into the incident and the truth behind the terrorist attacks on 9/11. An excellent episode from the 2006 season, but not enough to carry the collection.

Also included are an episode of That's My Bush, the short-lived series starring Timothy Bottoms as the President; Lil' Bush, the animated adventures of a young G.W. and his friends; and an episode of Lewis Black's Root of All Evil comparing Paris Hilton to Dick Cheney. There are some extra tidbits, including stand-up routines from Last Laugh 2007 and 2008.

The South Park is the cream of the crop. The stand-up is entertaining, but not enough to make the collection worthwhile. Basically it's just Comedy Central's attempt to cash in on the waning days of the Bush presidency. It's not terrible, but if any of the shows on here don't appeal to you, it makes it much less valuable. On the other hand, this DVD can be had for nearly a song.
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reviewed by Eric Renshaw
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