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Funny, at first, but it wears thin w-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-y too quickly!
The concept of mocking a sitcom is a funny idea, but the problem is that it's only a one-show concept. I laughed till I cried during the first episode of "That's My Bush!", but the following episodes were just as stale and predictable as the shows it made fun of. And I cringed on President's Day when Comedy Central ran a day-long marathon of the show. This might have been funny as a one show special but an actual series? What were Trey Parker and Matt Stone thinking?!
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