"LIL' BUSH: UNCENSORED: FIRST SEASON" is available on dvd from PARAMOUNT/COMEDY CENTRAL. The first season consists of 6 episodes. While some of the jokes are really hit or miss, there are some really witty things going on here too. Also, the idea of having these cartoon-like personalities stay basically the same while inhabiting the bodies of younger versions of themselves, really works in an imaginative way.
An episode where a Young Cheney, being taunted by the devil in hell, manages to horrify even Satan, is hilarious and shows where the show's potential lies. The voice talents here are terrific as well. Sure, it's not up there with "SOUTH PARK," but give it time. It's been renewed for its second season, and the premiere episode was terrific.
PARAMOUNT has provided the correct 1.33:1 aspect ratio for this release. It's a good looking transfer. Colors are impressive, though never vibrant. The resolution is decent, as well. It's a good looking transfer, decent, not bad, but not remarkable either.
PARAMOUNT has provided a Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo mix. Dialogue is always intelligible, and fidelity is decent, but nothing overly remarkable here. Surrounds are virtually unnoticeable.
A bonus episode, as well as commentaries on all episodes, are provided. Why they put a nutcase like Ralph Nader on, defies one's conscience.