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Wow. Let's make this president likable by giving him his own show where we can show how sweet wholesome and goshdarn loveable he is!
WHAT A LOAD OF CRAP.
The jokes, far from being cutting edge as most South Park fans were anticipating, were formulaic. The laughter had to be canned, no one could have found those lame jokes funny. The acting was first rate. The material was another matter entirely.
I would give this series 1/2* out of a possible *****
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