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I do not know how well this show goes over with its intended audience, but as an adult I am impressed by how it is put together. The premise of the show is of an animated rabbit traveling around the world with his father getting to know children and their families and taking videos. I do not know how much of the show is scripted, but it comes across as being a spontaneous interaction of the people being filmed with Buster and with one another. Sort of like a cross between a travelogue and reality TV for kids, with everyone being nice to one another.
One small thing that I find disconcerting is that while Buster is more or less given the face of a rabbit, the rest of his family look like humans with rabbit ears appended.
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