On a visit to the White House, a dog-loving screenwriter reprimands Buddy, the First Dog, for piddling on the Oval Office rug. Little does he know that this canine interaction will spark a lasting friendship with President Clinton and give him a rare and hilarious glimpse into the private life of the most talked about president in history.
"If Mark Twain heard about Rick Cleveland, he wouldn't be turning over in his grave—he'd be climbing out!" —Norman Lear. "It's hilarious on the page and twice as funny on the stage. Rick Cleveland is Gen-X's Mark Twain!" —Alan Ball. "…Relentlessly funny…delightful…[Cleveland] manages to provide a pretty convincing glance at a man whose fame and power limit his ability to be fully himself." —Variety. "Amusing enough to tickle even the most demanding funny bone." —Hollywood Reporter. "…Cleveland is very good at telling stories, and has a sincerity that is hard to question." —CurtainUp.