|"This job has really aged me."|
Buster "bet the ranch" and his political future on three new projects to revitalize the American economy.
First: The Betamax
|This proved a little too complicated|
But, that didn't work out too well, either.
Buster's last hope was pinned on a new "green" car by Ford. Everything was riding on it!
Things just weren't looking up for Buster. He decided to confer with his Cabinet.
Meanwhile, following in the footsteps of other First Ladies, Brown Eyes became a fashion trend setter. American women looked to her for the latest in fashion inspiration.
Like many gals, brown eyes changed her hair color. While once a brownette, good friend (and Secretary of State) Mary Pickford had long talks and took many long walks with Brown Eyes, strategizing about her appearance.
It was Mary who convinced Brown Eyes to develop a more sophisticated look and decided that a change in hair color would make all the difference!
She became a multi-toned black and white. Women were inspired to copy her new look:
Not only did women copy her hair color, they also emulated other aspects of her appearance:
|Boots with a western theme|
|An udderly adorable knit cap|
|Unmentionables (The President did not approve!)|
|School children show their support|
Not only was poor Buster hounded by the press, the Congress and the people, Brown Eyes was too busy basking in the spotlight to provide any comfort to her husband (and she seemed to be spending a lot of time with Elmer the Bull).
Buster was feeling about as low as can be, but he figured things just couldn't get worse, could they? Now, what was his Cabinet up to?
THE END: SCANDAL! IMPEACHMENT! BACK TO HOLLYWOOD!