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With the pandemic ravaging the country and his reelection in jeopardy, Cartoon Trump launches a propaganda campaign to convince America he's got the crisis under control. Meanwhile, after social distancing guidelines force Cartoon Joe Biden out of the spotlight and into his basement, he enlists Cartoon Barack Obama to help him recapture his former glory.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 37 votes.
With a restless nation turning against him, Cartoon Trump declares war on the invisible enemy COVID-19 and exploits the benefits of a wartime Presidency. Meanwhile, Cartoon CNN’s Chris Cuomo asks his respected colleague Cartoon Jake Tapper to teach him how to be a serious newsman, much to the dismay of Cuomo's fun-loving brother, Cartoon Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 25 votes.
After the G-7 nations make Cartoon Trump feel like a loser, he decides to start his own international alliance for cool dictators including Cartoons Putin, Turkey’s Erdogan, and Saudi Arabia’s Mohammad bin Salman.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 43 votes.
After Cartoon Trump learns he doesn't have enough money to pay his lawyers, he realizes he must fundraise from dreaded cartoon Silicon Valley tech moguls Zuckerberg, Musk and Bezos. Meanwhile, Cartoon Elizabeth Warren, also strapped for cash, swallows her pride and seeks help from Wall Street and Cartoon Michael Bloomberg.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 47 votes.
The President tries to revive his low approval ratings by delivering the greatest State of the Union speech in history and to strengthen his relationship with First Lady Melania by naming her the national bird.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 393 votes.
After a fake news story spreads on Facebook that threatens Cartoon Elizabeth Warren’s campaign, she vows to hold cartoon tech giant Mark Zuckerberg accountable.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 43 votes.
The President patches up his marriage to Melania while Don Jr. and Eric stay on their best behavior ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 74 votes.
The President avoids comforting disaster victims by recruiting a team of impersonators to replace him, while his son Eric sets out to prove he's truly a part of the Trump family.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 252 votes.
Cartoon Chuck Schumer and Cartoon Nancy Pelosi try to avoid the responsibilities of governing by sabotaging their own party's electoral chances when it appears the Democrats are likely to win control of Congress. Meanwhile, bombarded by reporters asking whether she supports the president, Cartoon Susan Collins flees to her home state of Maine to lead a life of zero accountability—until Cartoon Brett Kavanaugh foils her plan.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 25 votes.
The President militarizes the government and launches a military parade with National Security Advisor John Bolton’s help while Sean Hannity reshapes his cable news network in his aggressive image.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 71 votes.
Fearing a Democratic blue wave and the threat of impeachment, the President teams with his son, Don Jr., to help Republicans win the midterm elections and save America from the grips of democracy.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 26 votes.
After Cartoon Trump discovers that an impending economic downturn threatens his re-election chances, he and his sons, Cartoon Don Jr. and Cartoon Eric, must con the country into believing the economy has never been stronger. A gaffe-prone Cartoon Joe Biden solicits help from Cartoon Ocasio-Cortez to help him appear “with it.”
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 53 votes.
At the urging of Cartoons Speaker Pelosi and Leader Schumer, Cartoon Joe Biden pursues Cartoon Barack Obama’s prized endorsement in hopes of clinching the nomination.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 39 votes.
The President energizes elderly voters ahead of the midterm elections while Don Jr. leaves behind his hard-partying ways and acts his age with the help of Paul Ryan and Mike Pence.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 69 votes.
With the first Presidential debate looming, Cartoon Trump must learn to behave like a civilized human being with the help of Cartoon Kellyanne Conway and Cartoon Mitch McConnell. Meanwhile, Cartoon Jill Biden teaches the gaffe-prone Cartoon Joe Biden how to think before he speaks.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 33 votes.
After Cartoon Trump sees Fox News giving airtime to Democrats, he ends their relationship and sets out to find a new media arm to spread his propaganda. Meanwhile, Cartoon Bernie Sanders witnesses his rival candidates co-opting his message and sets out to hold them to their left wing promises.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 46 votes.
Feeling overshadowed by the idolized Cartoon Bernie Sanders and Cartoon Barack Obama, Cartoon Joe Biden sets out to earn his place as the face of the Democratic Party. Meanwhile, Cartoon Don Jr. and Cartoon Eric Trump try to develop a miracle cure for coronavirus with the help of Cartoon MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 27 votes.
The President learns to campaign like a traditional non-racist president with help from Mike Pence while Karen Pence plots her husband’s ascent to the presidency.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 74 votes.
Our Cartoon President and Cartoon Ben Shapiro lead an equal rights movement for oppressed conservatives while Cartoon Don Jr. feels parental warmth for the first time from a confused Cartoon Nancy Pelosi and Cartoon Chuck Schumer.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 55 votes.
The President battles with the news media after an embarrassing video surfaces of First Lady Melania rolling her eyes, leading her to seek face coaching from Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Our Cartoon President from 123 votes.
Last updated: nov 22, 2020
The Cartoon President is an incredibly funny spinoff of The Colbert Show, featuring the infamous animated guest stars from it, notably Cartoon Trump. Ignore the slew of 1-stars from Trump supporters who label any fairly accurate portrayal of Trump as fake, due to being offended. The show is remarkably accurate and even a useful source of information on current events for the most part (though some episodes are based more on artistic license). Even attempts to provide a relatively fair balancing of comedy at the expense of Democrats and Republicans alike, as well as reporters and news media. It even humanizes Trump (unfortunately, though it does help make it more palatable at least), and is being setup to ridicule whatever president comes next, so it's hard to understand why so many are offended by it. In the current highly polarized political environment in the US, the number of bot and trolls make it nearly impossible for anything that Trump supporters disagree with to get above a 50% rating, so take into account when considering the rating of this show. IMO, rating algorithms should provide more intelligent weighted average algorithms to take this into account, discounting the weight of 1-star reviews and to a lesser degree 10-star reviews, and even more so from those who tend to post primarily 1 or 10-star reviews, to account for those who disagree on principal instead of the substance of a show and to a degree those who are promoting their own show. I appreciate how the show was setup from the beginning to outlive Trump's presidency, with the generic title "The Cartoon President". In recent episodes, they have been developing the characters of Democratic presidential candidates, in preparation for a new star of the show. I look forward to the upcoming seasons post-Trump, as well. And from what I've seen of the setup for those candidates, I will continue to anticipate each episode, and rate just as highly, even then.
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I've been following Colbert and his segments so closely that i cant wait to see my favorite characters. I hope The Mooch shows up! thank god im almost forgetting these are real people
I'm someone who was loathe to use the Trump name when I heard the first pronouncements after the escalator introduction. I've adopted different monikers to try and stem the tide of his overwhelming influence. I'm more dead inside than the frothiest pundit attempting to explain the exponentially terrible and long term consequences of what his reign will bring. I felt obligated in a kind of cultural accounting to watch The President's Show, despite the sinking and desperate feeling of wishing for it to all be over. I never much cared for when the cartoon version showed up in The Late Show. I understand that there's a whopping mental discord that needs to be contended with even before we pretend we can piece together the extent of the destruction. All that said, the case for this show is almost too explicit. They are cartoon characters. This could be a dozen different short-lived cartoon shows from MTV or Comedy Central over the years. What made them exist in the first place were chuckle moments or an exploration of a particular pathology. Here, because the cast of characters is so large, you get to see a slightly broader take on each person. It's one thing to hear a dozen renditions of the same joke from late night hosts, it's another to see it transposed into a light-hearted attempt to not choke to death on what all of the real world examples truly mean. It's not a particularly good or intriguing show on it's own so far (2 eps). It's more of a therapy session and slightly cranked up mockery. But that's almost the point. Where do we go from here but into tyrannical ever-escalating death? If you can't imagine it as a cartoon, how can you much cope with anything coming out of this saga? Consider the wholly uninspired "Donald Trump is the President" end credits song; when you can't parody anymore, you just repeat it over and over in disbelief. The main strength is that it doesn't solely rest on another 25 minutes of Trump-isms, but there's plenty. The whole party gets to be implicated and you get a sense of the collective absurd psychosis that has taken hold. This is a show that is looking for laughs after you've conceded you're broken and if life can't be a cartoon, at least this can be. I've been unable to find the funny in Trump from the beginning, which I think stems from a deep appreciation for consequences and historical understanding. His idiot cartoon sons or gonzo Ted Cruz don't feel as much an explicit betrayal to the idea of us ever pulling our shit together and taking responsibility for what's really happening, and were hence what got the chuckles from me. Is it also a cynical small-minded cash and attention grab attempt utilizing an ongoing disaster? Probably. Can it serve as a bridge between the monstrosity and one day feeling capable of cleaning it up? Hopefully. I don't know man. I'd trade this for a second of hope for the future.
I remember watching lil bush back in the day which was super funny... but this is meh
Why isn't this show being added to my collection? I've tried twice on here and it says, "D'oh, no shows to collect" or something like that. Anyone know why?
How soon in advance the story is written? Some of the story elements are close to real.
Ever seen the trailers for a movie that excites you to go see and and then when you do you find yourself checking social media before the movie is even a quarter of the way through?
Wow, how can you make Trump not funny. And the over the top DNC love fest is annoying. Bad Writing.
I try to keep open to comedy at anyone’s expense. This is not funny. Tries way to hard to use liberal propaganda and rhetoric. Just comes off as a hateful cartoon with a junior high production team. I think it’s a shame because they could have made this really good.
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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