The Bronx Bunny Show

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  • 2007
  • 1 Season
  • 6.7  (47)

The Bronx Bunny Show is an Irish adult comedy variety TV series that originally aired on the UK's E4 station. It features the uncompromising antics of Bronx Bunny and Teddy T (the sidekick panda) from their run down apartment building in the Bronx of New York. This ten-part series pokes fun at the most current people in the news and highlights taboo subjects in a highly off-colored way. When the Bronx Bunny is cussing, Teddy T is smoking. When Teddy T is running into trouble, Bronx Bunny is pushing the envelope of social abnormality and "camp." The series was successful enough in the United Kingdom that it won a large cult following and was picked up by the American television station Starz. In order to meld better with American sensibilities, the series began to incorporate more R-rated "sesame street-like" sketches and slapstick interviews with well-known cinema, theater and television personalities. For a short-lived series, it features a commendable array of A, B, and C List names in each unique episode. These guests include stars like Ron Jeremy, William Shatner, Shannon Elizabeth, Michael Madsen, Wee Man, Hugh Heffner and Macy Gray. The series also created instant celebrities out of characters like Internal Gerbil and the Number-of-the-Week Pole Dancing Girl. The Bronx Bunny is irreverent, crude, backlot and low-budget. However, it never fails to bring on a genuine, if not embarrassing, belly laugh and a viral video stunt idea or two. This show has the paleo-quality of a comedy juggernaut, but its content inevitably keeps its audience size moderate to small. There is huge potential in this type of censor-teasing comedy, but Bronx Bunny and Teddy T will have to work hard to become more mainstream worthy.

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Beverly D'Angelo and Ron Jeremy
10. Beverly D'Angelo and Ron Jeremy
June 20, 2007
Guests include Beverly D'Angelo and Ron Jeremy
Wee Man and Joely Fisher
9. Wee Man and Joely Fisher
June 13, 2007
Guests in include Wee Man and Joely Fisher.
Jolene Blalock and Richard Schiff
8. Jolene Blalock and Richard Schiff
June 6, 2007
Guests include Jolene Blalock and Richard Schiff.
Robin Leach and Eric Roberts
7. Robin Leach and Eric Roberts
May 30, 2007
Guests are Robin Leach and Eric Roberts.
Howie Mandel and Stacy Keibler
6. Howie Mandel and Stacy Keibler
May 23, 2007
Guests are Howie Mandel and Stacy Keibler.
Tommy Chong and Harland Williams
5. Tommy Chong and Harland Williams
May 16, 2007
Bronx Bunny and Teddy T get a contact high from legendary stoner Tommy Chong. Also, comedian Harland Williams trades insults with the guys.
Tina Majorino and Method Man
4. Tina Majorino and Method Man
May 9, 2007
The guys invite Method Man to their L.A. crib.
Mark Hamill and Chris Jericho
3. Mark Hamill and Chris Jericho
May 2, 2007
The guys discuss Star Wars with Luke Skywalker (a.k.a. Mark Hamill). Also, they learn the secrets of pro wrestling with WWE star Chris Jericho.
George 'Sulu' Takei and Dustin 'Screech' Diamond
2. George 'Sulu' Takei and Dustin 'Screech' Diamond
April 25, 2007
Michael Rapaport and the Bronx Bunny reminisce about the old neighborhood.
Kelly Carlson and Steve Schirripa
1. Kelly Carlson and Steve Schirripa
April 18, 2007
Guests are Sopranos star Steve Schirripa and Nip/Tuck star Kelly Carlson.
Description

The Bronx Bunny Show is an Irish adult comedy variety TV series that originally aired on the UK's E4 station. It features the uncompromising antics of Bronx Bunny and Teddy T (the sidekick panda) from their run down apartment building in the Bronx of New York. This ten-part series pokes fun at the most current people in the news and highlights taboo subjects in a highly off-colored way. When the Bronx Bunny is cussing, Teddy T is smoking. When Teddy T is running into trouble, Bronx Bunny is pushing the envelope of social abnormality and "camp."

The series was successful enough in the United Kingdom that it won a large cult following and was picked up by the American television station Starz. In order to meld better with American sensibilities, the series began to incorporate more R-rated "sesame street-like" sketches and slapstick interviews with well-known cinema, theater and television personalities.

For a short-lived series, it features a commendable array of A, B, and C List names in each unique episode. These guests include stars like Ron Jeremy, William Shatner, Shannon Elizabeth, Michael Madsen, Wee Man, Hugh Heffner and Macy Gray. The series also created instant celebrities out of characters like Internal Gerbil and the Number-of-the-Week Pole Dancing Girl.

The Bronx Bunny is irreverent, crude, backlot and low-budget. However, it never fails to bring on a genuine, if not embarrassing, belly laugh and a viral video stunt idea or two. This show has the paleo-quality of a comedy juggernaut, but its content inevitably keeps its audience size moderate to small. There is huge potential in this type of censor-teasing comedy, but Bronx Bunny and Teddy T will have to work hard to become more mainstream worthy.

The Bronx Bunny Show is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on April 18, 2007.

Where to Watch The Bronx Bunny Show

The Bronx Bunny Show is available for streaming on the Starz website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Bronx Bunny Show on demand at Vudu.

  • Premiere Date
    April 18, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    6.7  (47)
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