All Presidents of the United States are subject to a certain amount of ridicule. Actually, in this media driven world we live in, no politician is immune from possible scorn. Leave it to Comedy Central to figure out a way to razz current President Bush, his administration, former President Bush, his family and any other politicians of interest in one fell swoop. Created by Donick Cary, who has previously written for such shows as Just Shoot Me, The Simpsons and The Late Show With David Letterman, Lil' Bush: Resident Of The United States centers around grade school versions of the current administration raising Cain together during the administration of Bush Sr.
Lil' George is the leader of a small posse: his best friend Lil' Cheney is bubbling over with anger all the time and constantly looking for a fight, and his communication skills are little better than a duck. Every time he speaks it sounds like a quack. Lil' Rummy is the butt of a lot of jokes and blamed for every incident of misbehavior that gets the gang in trouble. Meanwhile, Lil' Condi longs for the heart of Lil' George; oblivious, he walks all over her and schemes for a way to get a kiss from Lil' Laura.
The pilot episode sets the tone for the show. In "Iraq/First Kiss," Lil' Bush decides he and his pals should go to Iraq to get his dad a father's day gift. They decide to bring home an Iraqi orphan because that will be good publicity for the administration. Unfortunately, upon opening the package Lil' Jeb Bush (who is portrayed as dumber than a turnip), kills the boy.
In the second part of the episode, after Lil' George sees Lil' Bill Clinton kissing some twins, the gang takes a bet to see who can kiss a girl first. Of course, Lil' Condi wants to lock lips with Lil' George, but he wants to join a prayer group in an effort to make time with Lil' Laura. Though Lil' Bush is the main character here, the shows producer's make it clear from the beginning that they are equal opportunity offenders--Lil' Hillary, having slipped away from Lil' Bill, ends up in a passionate lip lock with Lil' Condi. If that's not weird enough, Lil' Rummy has an encounter with Barbara Bush (a la The Graduate) and somehow he ends up inside of her, forcing Bush Sr. to take her for an abortion. Clearly, nothing is off limits.