George W. Bush's 15 Most Memorable Pop Culture Moments

Bush Impersonator Appears at White House Correspondents Dinner



The real President Bush proved a good sport when he appeared as the opening act for host Stephen Colbert, making fun of himself alongside presidential impersonator Steve Bridges at the annual reception.

Andy Dick Plays Bush's Speech Writer



In the intro to this viral video, Arianna Huffington says: "There's a genius behind the stupidity." Andy Dick plays that person, Harlan McCraney, a fake speechwriter who takes credit for all of Bush's famous public speaking gaffes.

That's My Bush! (Comedy Central Sitcom)



From the creators of South Park, this short-lived comedy series turned the daily operation of the Oval Office into a workplace sitcom starring a fictional George and Laura Bush.

Meet the Spartans (Kicked in the Nuts During Credits)



Not many people saw the genre-spoofing film, but those who stuck around to the end saw a brief cameo of a Bush impersonator getting beat up by an angry Spartan.

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