The Bronx Bunny Show (2003– )

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Mick O'Hara ...
 Bronx Bunny (10 episodes, 2003)
Ciaran Morrison ...
 Teddy T (10 episodes, 2003)
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Quite the most revealing chatshow on television
28 March 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This show may quite possibly be satire at its sharpest. Everyone involved, from the host, a rabbit dressed as a dandy-pimp, to the guests who tolerate behaviour which would NEVER be accepted from a mere human host, the show reaches new heights, (or depths) in the genre of the puppet-satire-educational-chatshow. As with many other comical programmes, the devil is in the detail. The logo on Teddy T's hoodie, the Sesame Street-esquire number and letter inserts, with POLE DANCERS! Bunny's mannerisms, Teddy's damaged eye. All these, and more reveal a sense of humour which, I think, is without parallel. Not to mention the extraordinary number of expletives which they manage to insert into every show.


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