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In a hilarious world where puppets and humans live side by side there is strife and discrimination, and then there's Greg the adorable bunny who's just gotten the break of a lifetime. His roommate Jimmy Bender (Seth Green) has accidentally gotten him an interview for the lead of his favorite show, Sweetknuckle Junction, unaware of what he's interviewing for the network (headed by Eugene Levy and Sarah Silverman) finds Greg charming and he's hired! However he has to deal with a psychotic ex-lead, drug addled and crazy co-workers and a society that doesn't know what to make of these puppets.

IFC
1 Season, 15 Episodes - Canceled
Animation & Cartoons
7.8/10
Greg the Bunny
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Greg the Bunny Full Episode Guide

  • Greg embarks on a paranoid romp after viewing The Addiction -- a horror film about modern-day vampires.

  • Warren tells the show's creators that he and wife Maggie are heading off to Martha's Vineyard -- instead, he holes up in a room at a creepy motel to drink and obsess about contacting his estranged wife.

  • Unable to complete a decent parody of the movie, Tootsie, Greg, Warren and their entourage decide to switch gears and take on the classic antiestablishment film, Easy Rider.

  • Greg and entourage pay tribute to Oliver Stone in a send-up of Natural Born Killers, when Warren and Greg head out on a spree of bloodthirsty killing and experimental filming.

  • In a loving tribute to filmmaker Ed Wood and actor Bela Lugosi, Greg decides to make a documentary about his idol, Frederick "Count" Blah.

  • "Sockville" After being knocked unconscious, Greg dreams of visiting the town of Dogville, a town defined by chalk outlines in a black void. "The Blues She Is My Friend" Inspired by "Down by Law", Greg and Warren are prison inmates who learn that show biz is the worst prison of all.

  • "Blue Velveteen" Greg suspects Warren of Wumpus' murder and decides to use his boy detective skills to investigate in a spoof of David Lynch films namely Blue Velvet, as well as his Twin Peaks series. "Daddyhood" This loving tribute features Greg the Bunny as a lonely father to a baby potato. Featuring the creepiest mutant baby you ever saw on a puppet show, as well as a fantasy girl trapped inside a vacuum cleaner.

  • "2001-1: Space-N-Stuff" This ambitious homage to Stanley Kubrick features Greg and Warren in a bizarre exploration of the infinite featuring a stocked liquor cabinet, some off-screen aliens and a giant monolith. "Martian Serum 7 From Mars" Greg seeks to make a short film about his idol, the great Count Blah. What follows is a sketchy documentary about the Count and Countess and his long career in "Horror-Wood", including clips of past performances.

  • "Dead Puppet Storage" A behind-the-scenes look as the crew struggle to shoot Warren, Blah and Greg applying their lauded acting talents to perform their favorite Pulp Fiction scenes. "Naturally Sewn Killers" Warren snaps, pulling Greg with him, as he launches into a maniacal Natural Born Killers spree. After knocking off Spencer and Sean, they take it to the IFC offices, picking off executives one by one.

  • "Sex, Button Eyes and a Video Ape" While Greg the Bunny and Seth are shooting a PSA, a creepy technician tries to get the two actors involved in pornography. "Wumpus the Monster" When Greg befriends the Wumpus out of pity, he gets more than he bargained for.

  • "Plush: Behind the Seams" A rockumentary on Greg and Warren's band Plush, one of the few all puppet pop groups. "The Passion of the Easter Bunny" Greg decides to direct and star in a biblical epic motion picture.

  • "The Godpappy" Violent and gripping, this homage to The Godfather, featuring Count Blah as the Don, Warren the Ape as Tom Hagen, Gary the Bunny as Sonny, Marc Grass as Solazzo and Greg the Bunny as Michael. "Sleazy Rider" Greg, Warren and crew are tired of working for 'the man' and hit the road in search of real America.

  • "Blah" Greg runs into his idol, puppet actor Frederick "Count" Blah. He befriends the washed-up vampire and gives him a part on the show. Unfortunately, the Count repays this favor by emptying the medicine cabinet and stealing everything he can find. "The Addiction" After watching vampire movie, "The Addiction", Greg becomes convinced he's been bitten by a vampire.

  • "You Know, For Kids!" Greg and Warren attempt to defraud IFC by staging an inept kidnapping plot. Tragically, one puppet meets his fate at the bottom of a wood-chipper. "The 13th Step" Warren goes on a bender at the Carter hotel. The Ape comes face to face with his inner demons and attempts suicide.

  • "Bunnie Hall" Greg falls for a beautiful (live) lobster; will he be able to find love amid neurosis? "Wacky Wednesday" In this parody of "Being John Malkovich," Greg buys a magical Aztec dog skull from a curio shop in Chinatown.

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