Dubya as Jed Clampett
By Staff -- Broadcasting & Cable, 11/5/2000 7:00:00 PM
The surprisingly tight presidential race presents a problem for Matt Stone (above) and Trey Parker. The duo behind hit cartoon South Park has been prepping a live-action political sitcom based in the White House for Comedy Central.
Anticipating that Al Gore would win, they had tentatively titled their effort Family First, and had sketched out characters accordingly. Depending on Election Day it may be back to the drawing board. What's the difference, we asked. "The president's sort of like Dick Van Dyke if Gore wins," said Stone, a Republican who doesn't like either candidate. "With Bush it's more like the Beverly Hillbillies."
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