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In the fourth episode of the Dubya-Doo series, "maverick" John McCain visits George W. Bush and the gang (Karl Rove, Paul Wolfowitz) to accept the Republican nomination.
Written, Animated, and Voiced by:
Samuel T Nelson
All Music by:
Mitt Romney voiced by:
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THANKS TO NEWGROUNDS FOR PUTTING THIS ON THE FRONT PAGE!
not bad at all
i personaly liked the last one better but all of them are greate yust keep on the good work so from me5\5 and 10\10
It took some time... but I just watched them all, all of them, from The George Bush Show, up to here, and I must say, this is more enjoyable than watching Lil' Bush on TV lol
I love the humor, it gets me every time, the animation is great, the acting is amazing as always, you have some serious talent dude, thanks for making this series, I hope there is more to come.
Easily the funniest Dubya-Doo ep so far.
Topic. I really don't have much to say other than keep up the good work. I need more satire in my life like this.
"Sigh." This episode truly marks a low point in this series. While your earlier flashes possed some true wit, this lattest episode was dry, cliched, and simply unfunny. Instead of finding any creative way to make fun of McCain you mock him based on the phony stereotypes democrats use to portray him. This flash, aside from being bland, was simply ignorant, politicaly one-sided, and filled with recycled, biased humor. Admittedly, making fun of Bush and repulicans using conservative stereotypes has always been your shtick. But in the past this was excusable because your show was hillarious. But you've long since given up on making the jokes clever, outrageous, or even funny. And now all thats left is a mess of dry humor, overused jokes, and political propaganda.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
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this one isn't funny
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