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

Bush as a Little Kid (Lil' Bush)



The Comedy Central animated series aired for two seasons, re-imagining Bush and his Cabinet as children—students at Beltway Elementary School.

"Black Bush" (Chappelle's Show)



In this skit on comedian Dave Chapelle's sketch comedy show, situations that the former President really encountered are recreated with Chappelle in Bush's shoes.

Bush as "The Decider," a Comic Book Hero (The Daily Show)



The conceit in this bit on Jon Stewart's show recreates Bush as superhero, who "decides without fear of repercussion, consequence, or correctness."

Bush as a Folk Singer (JibJab Spoof)



The website famous for e-cards ventured into viral territory with their flash video of then-presidential candidates Bush and John Kerry as animated caricatures singing the Woodie Guthrie classic, "This Land Is Your Land."

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