Greg the Bunny (2002–2004)
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Sock Like Me 

Greg the Bunny tries to prove he can take a joke by writing an anonymous racist puppet slur on the bathroom wall using the dreaded "Sock" word, then ending his own racist comment with a ... See full summary »

Director:

Mike Mitchell

Writers:

Steven Levitan (created by), Spencer Chinoy (created by) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eugene Levy ... Gil Bender
Seth Green ... Jimmy Bender
Bob Gunton ... Junction Jack
Sarah Silverman ... Alison Kaiser
Dina Spybey-Waters ... Dottie Sunshine (as Dina Waters)
Drew Massey ... Count Blah / Dr. Aben Mitchell (voice)
Dan Milano ... Greg The Bunny / Warren DeMontague (voice)
James Murray ... Susan Monster (voice)
Victor Yerrid ... Tardy Turtle (voice)
Brad Abrell Brad Abrell ... Additional Performer
Greg Ballora Greg Ballora
Emil Beheshti ... Harassing Employee on Video
Carl Bridge Carl Bridge
Kristin Charney Kristin Charney
Thom Fountain Thom Fountain ... (as Thomas Fountain)
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Storyline

Greg the Bunny tries to prove he can take a joke by writing an anonymous racist puppet slur on the bathroom wall using the dreaded "Sock" word, then ending his own racist comment with a threat against his own life. Junction Jack is wrongly accused for the bathroom comment. Greg is reluctant to confess to writing the racial joke and death threat in hopes it will eventually all blow over, so the entire cast and crew of 'Sweetknuckle Junction' is forced to attend a puppet sensitivity workshop as a result. Written by brtndr

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Genres:

Comedy

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Release Date:

19 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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When the website on "puppet sensitivity" is given at the end of the episode, the character says "back slash", but the website shown on the screen has a forward slash. See more »

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