Lyndon Johnson’s biggest legacy may be his Great Society program, which lifted people out of poverty by having them strike oil–black gold, Texas tea–on their land, and then moving their families out to Beverly. Hills, that is. Swimming pools; movie stars.
Johnson’s wife Lady Bird Johnson was not only a beloved First Lady; she was also a witch who could cast spells by scrunching her nose in a really adorable manner. Her mother Endora also lived in the White House, leading to all kinds of trouble with Johnson’s boss, Mr. Tate.