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George W. Bush appeared on the 'Tonight Show" with Jay Leno. Bush showed off his paintings and joked about his post-White ...
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SOURCE - NBC - The Tonight ShowMANDATORY CREDIT - NBC, ALL PLATFORMS CAN USE UP TO ONE MINUTE OF MATERIAL, NO ARCHIVING, CAN ONLY BE USED FOR 24 HOURS AFTER THE SHOW AIRS ON THE WEST COAST. KILL AFTER 330amET 11/21SHOTLIST:Los Angeles- November 19,20131. Medium shot of former President George W. Bush walking onto the set of the 'Tonight Show,' being greeted by host Jay Leno2. Close up of former President George W. Bush3. SOUNDBITE (English) former President George W. Bush:'I really don't miss the spotlight. It's hard for some to believe but I think eight years in the spotlight is enough.'4. Close up of former President George W. Bush talking to 'Tonight Show' host Jay Leno5. SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Leno, 'Tonight Show' host :'Well, I must say you look much more relaxed.' 6. SOUNDBITE (English) former President George W. Bush:7. 'No kidding. (audience laughter) Duh.8. Close up of former President George W. Bush9. SOUNDBITE (English) former President George W. Bush:'I said I'm thinking about painting. She said what's your objective. I said there's a Rembrandt trapped in this body. 10. Medium shot of former President George W. Bush and 'Tonight Show' host Jay Leno11. SOUNDBITE (English) former President George W. Bush:' Your job is to find him. '12. Close Up of former President George W. Bush13. SOUNDBITE (English) former President George W. Bush'I do take painting seriously. It's changed my life and I brought a painting for you.'14. Medium shot of former President George W. Bush and 'Tonight Show' host Jay Leno :15. SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Leno, 'Tonight Show' host :'You did?'14. Medium shot of former President George W. Bush giving a large painting to 'Tonight Show' host Jay Leno15. SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Leno, 'Tonight Show' host:'Did you paint that? Oh, look at that.'16. Medium shot of former President George W. Bush, Laura Bush and 'Tonight Show' host Jay Leno17. SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Leno, 'Tonight Show' host:' When the president had that heart scare. How scary was that?18. SOUNDBITE (English) Laura Bush: 19. 'It was scary. 20. Close up shot of Laura Bush21. SOUNDBITE (English) Laura Bush:'It was very scary.'22. Medium shot of former President George W. Bush and Laura Bush. 23. SOUNDBITE (English) former President George W. Bush:'I wasn't that scared."24. Medium shot of former President George W. Bush, Laura Bush and 'Tonight Show' host Jay Leno25.SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Leno, 'Tonight Show' host:'Was it? You had Obamacare?'STORYLINE:LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Former President George W. Bush showed off his painting and his granddaughter and poked fun of his post-White House years on the "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno on Wednesday. The 43rd president said that he was inspired to take up painting after reading a Winston Churchill essay. When he hired an instructor for weekly lessons, he said he told her "There's a Rembrandt trapped in this body. Your job is to find it." Bush shared paintings of his dog Barney and a stray cat that he adopted and named Bob ("so I can remember how to spell it when I got older") and said painting has changed his life. He presented Leno with a portrait of the comedian, prompting Leno to say: "I can't make fun of him now." When asked what caused a blocked artery that led to his hospitalization in August, the 67-year-old Bush joked that it was because he "didn't behave that well when I was younger and I might have smoked some." Bush has kept a mostly low profile since exiting office in early 2009 while the country was in two wars and struggling with an economic crisis. "It's hard for some to believe, but I think eight years in the spotlight's enough," he said. Former First Lady Laura Bush also appeared on Leno's couch to discuss the couple's charitable causes. They also showed the strand of pearls Bush gave her for their 36th wedding anniversary and a video clip of their first grandchild, nicknamed Mila.