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Greg, Warren, and Count Blah are back after the cancellation of their Fox sitcom and have returned to the Independent Film Channel, where their careers began back in 1999. This new series features Greg and company starring in parodies of independent films. Written by Greg T Bunny

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IFC comes to save the day!
25 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When FOX picked up Greg the Bunny, a part of the world died. The show was horrific and dreadful. The restrictions of network television ruined a classic (Seth Green didn't help either). IFC brought back the series to restore the glory and wash away the painful memories of that awful sitcom. The restrictions of the sitcom are gone and back are the curse words, vulgar humor and adult content. This is the funniest show on cable! Even better is that The puppets are worn out and messy, not clean like on FOX. That brings in the element of filth and independence that the show presents all to well. The parodies are hilarious. You see parodies like, Dead Puppet Storage (Pulp Fiction), Sleasy Rider (Easy Rider) Godpappy (The Godfather), and more. We also meet other puppets such as Warren the ape, Count Blah, and occasionally, The Wumpus. The arguments between the cast and the puppets, (Espessialy Warren) are extremely funny too.

The Last Word: IFC did the world justice by bringing this series back to it's true form. Even though it's 12 min. long, it's the funniest show on cable! Better yet, Seth Green is NOT on all of the episodes! YES!! This is Greg's show! Let Greg be the star. Highly recommended!


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