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 Gil Bender (13 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Jimmy Bender (13 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Junction Jack (13 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Alison Kaiser (13 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Snookums (10 episodes, 2002-2004)
Carl Bridge
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Mark Bryan Wilson
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Greg the Bunny is one of the 3.2 million fabricated Americans ("puppets") living in the United States. Wanting a job that doesn't involve working only on Easter, he convinces his roommate Jimmy Bender to find him a job on the kid's show "Sweetknuckle Junction", which his father Gil directs. While Greg thinks he's going in for a backstage office job, he inadvertently bluffs his way into becoming a cast member. Written by Jeff Cross <blackjac_1998@yahoo.com>

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Everyone except for Warren uses their real name on Sweetknuckle Junction. Warren uses Professor Ape. See more »

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Warren: Did he just say "blindness?"
Count Blah: Yeah, blah, he also said "iff'n."
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Referenced in Family Guy: Episode VI: It's a Trap (2011) See more »

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Hilarious but not for kids.
12 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Excellent but short-lived cancelled series from FOX network, "Greg the Bunny" is hilarious and makes you wonder why it wasn't picked up by the Comedy Channel.

Set in a world where puppets are considered a race, Greg is a rabbit puppet who lives with his human pal, Jimmy (Seth Green) who gets him a job on a kids' TV show where his father (Eugene Levy) is a director. The cast of the TV show includes a prima donna ape puppet, a Count Dracula-like puppet with a speech impediment, as well as other humans and puppets. The main theme is that everyone involved humans and puppets alike, have their own personal problems and quirks.

The show is a riot especially characters like , Warren D'Montague, the thespian ape with a host of vices and the surly Junction Jack who acts like a friendly Mr. Greenjeans before the camera but has a cigarette and a griping attitude as soon as the director yells "cut".

Even though shows like "The Simpsons" have been able to break the boundaries between adult and children's viewing, it's impossible to market a show like this on network TV without pointing toward children. Adults would never go for an adult puppet show. They're much too self-conscious and hypocritical to allow themselves the pleasure. However, be warned: despite it's Sesame Street references, this show is not for kids. There are way too many references to sex, drugs and alcohol, race and violence for this to be geared toward kids. It's obvious why this show was canceled by even the maverick network, FOX. Network TV could never sustain a show this unmarketable. Try to show it to kids and their parents will complain about the adult content. But adults would never give it a chance cuz it visually resembles a kid show. Kind of a Catch-22. This is the type of thing that could have gone farther on cable. Comedy Channel, Spike TV, MTV, even. Check out the DVD. All the filmed eps are there including 2 never aired. Funny stuff! Guest shots by Gary Oldman, Marilu Henner and Corey Feldman.


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