Rabbit lives in the country with his three children: Peter, Lucy, and Emily. He is a very cunning guy who's always looking forward to getting into tight situations with his childhood friend Terraspin. The next thing Rabbit knows is that he has a new next-door neighbor. He is with open arms, _until_ he discovers his next-door neighbor's a wolf (who's named Wolf), especially one who does not like him. But, to his surprise his daughter, Lucy, likes Wolf's children and they like her. He thinks this is a trap and tells her she can't hang out with them while Wolf is telling his couch-potato sons, Barry and Simon, they should hunt rabbits not be friends with them. His sons however rather sit around eatting pizza and watching tv. Written by
Cliff Wade <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I feel like the only person who watched this when it was on in the UK. I loved it, especially the semi-couple banter between Wolf and Fox.
Fox: Do I look like your mother? Simon: Sometimes, when you wear the shawl. Barry: I thought Foz WAS our mother.
This show had everything - a modern storyline (single-male-parent families) mixed with humour (from top Canadian and British actors/writers) and great visuals (nothing is better than puppets in my opinion).
What a shame virtually no-one watched it/liked it here. They're all mad. Madder than Mad Jack McMad winner of last year's Mr Madman competition.
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