Well, in the spirit of skits, how about this one:
Bush goes on National TV in March, after months of criticism about not having press conferences, and promises to have at least once such press conference a month. Then we do the calendar flipping thing with the empty White House Press Room in the background for April, May, June and July. For August we could cut to a picture of an empty podium with the Presidential seal silhouetted against the Texas plains. Not sure how to deal with September as he's had his spokesmen and Cabinet handle the press. Save it for part two, I guess.
Just a thought.
The Clinton and Gore skits were (IMO)....... cute. Trite, second (or third) hand derivatives of an overdone theme and basically boring. Something on the pardons would have been more creative, relevant and substantive. But then that does open the possibility of counter-skits about Bush Sr and Iran-gate pardons, I suppose.