This first episode was utterly forgettable, and my hopes aren't high for future episodes. I'll watch one or two more, but when the most engaging elements of a satire barely rise above the level of fart jokes, you know that satire's not going to cut too deep.
Here's an interesting tidbit down near the end of the Guardian's piece on Lil Bush:
Comedy Central has since 2001 been a source of tough satire about the Bush administration. Jon Stewart's Daily Show is a riposte to those Europeans who think Americans are not critical of the Bush administration.
Yeah, that'll teach them ignur'nt Europeans. Just show 'em Comedy Central.
Someone's not paying attention, Ewen MacAskill.