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      Season 1 – Greg the Bunny

      2002 Comedy List
      Reviews A blend of live action and puppetry, this comedy stars bunny puppet Greg as a wide-eyed innocent who falls into the world of a children's show populated by neurotic puppets and the humans who both love and abuse them. Among the other puppets on the show are Warren DeMontague and Count Blah, a take-off of "Sesame Street" character Count von Count. Read More Read Less

      Cast & Crew


      Episode 1 Aired Mar 27, 2002 Welcome to Sweetknuckle Junction Helped by his human roommate, a bunny puppet hops into reality. This episode: Greg is hired as the new lead on "Sweetknuckle Junction.". Details Episode 2 Aired Mar 31, 2002 SK 2.0 Alison decides to change the show's format, putting Jimmy in charge of making it hipper with disastrous results. Details Episode 3 Aired Apr 3, 2002 The Jewel Heist Jimmy falls for the owner of a puppet-hungry dog that wants to make a meal out of Greg. Details Episode 4 Aired Apr 10, 2002 Greg Gets Puppish Greg's celebrity status draws the attention of a militant group trying to save puppet culture from being engulfed by humans. Details Episode 5 Aired Apr 17, 2002 The Singing Mailman A horrible actor blackmails Dottie to get a role on "Sweetknuckle Junction." Details Episode 6 Aired Apr 24, 2002 Rabbit Redux Greg persuades Gil to give Rochester Rabbit a job on the set; Jimmy finds himself both ridiculed and desired after getting two black eyes from Greg. Details Episode 7 Aired May 29, 2002 Surprise Alison plans a surprise party for Junction Jack's birthday in order to give a TV Guide reporter the impression that the cast is deeply bonded. Details Episode 8 Aired Jun 5, 2002 Father & Son Reunion Jimmy and Gil bond after eating some of Greg's "special" brownies; Jack drives Dottie crazy by insisting they are "mall buddies." Julie Hagerty and Charles Rocket guest star. Details Episode 9 Aired Jul 28, 2002 Piddler on the Roof Angered because Alison won't let him perform a Shakespearean monologue on the puppet show, Warren defaces her car. Gary Oldman guest stars and Academy Award winner Curtis Hanson directs. Details Episode 10 Aired Aug 4, 2002 Blah Bawls After six years of mourning his dead wife, Count Blah wings his way into the dating scene and hooks up with Warren's ex-wife (Marilu Henner). Details Episode 11 Aired Aug 11, 2002 Dottie Heat Greg develops a crush on Dottie when they are cast in a sketch together. Details Episode 12 Aired Oct 19, 2004 Sock Like Me After Junction Jack scrawls anti-puppet graffiti on the bathroom wall, the entire cast must undergo sensitivity training. Details Episode 13 Aired Oct 19, 2004 Jimmy Drives Gil Crazy Actor Corey Feldman (guest starring as himself) kidnaps Greg the Bunny. Details

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      Carina Chocano Greg the Bunny is the dumbest thing you ever saw, in a good way. Jul 12, 2019 Full Review

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      Audience Member This show is hilarious and adorable. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Post a review

      Season Info

      Curtis Hanson
      Executive Producer
      Steven Levitan, Spencer Chinoy, Dan Milano, Mark Rossen, Neal H. Moritz
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Mar 27, 2002