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Puppets Who Kill 

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The series takes place in a halfway house for very bad puppets and features four felonious puppet inmates who are doing time with their human caseworker as they wait until that glorious day.

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John Pattison
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Series cast summary:
Dan Redican ...  Dan Barlow 53 episodes, 2002-2006
James Rankin ...  Buttons / ... 36 episodes, 2002-2006
Gord Robertson ...  Bill 36 episodes, 2002-2006
Bruce Hunter ...  Rocko / ... 36 episodes, 2002-2006
Bob Martin ...  Cuddles / ... 34 episodes, 2002-2006
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The series takes place in a halfway house for very bad puppets and features four felonious puppet inmates who are doing time with their human caseworker as they wait until that glorious day.

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Comedy | Crime

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Canada

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English

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2002 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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PWK Productions See more »
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One of the funniest new comedies in Canada
14 February 2007 | by rockoandbillSee all my reviews

There are so many episodes that make me howl over the stories

that I wish I could pick the best ones , Rocko and Bill make for a strange pair that are beyond help but manage to play the victim and BS their way out of hard time just to drag Dan into their life of crime .

Canadians will notice the odd joke for Toronto or the Federal Government, and because the CBC axed a really good show by the Frantics that Dan was part of , the show takes shots at them and in the episode "Dan's Umbrella" the CBC is raked across the coals .

When Dan says that the CBC would never waste taxpayers money on useless venture , Rocko enters the room and gives Dan back his Tape of Friday-Night with Ralph Benmurgue , this show was a flop and most people wouldn't get the joke unless they knew the CBC's history for making shows people don't watch or axing good shows that they do watch.


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