Greg The Bunny: The Complete Series

DVD Reviews | Mar 4th, 2005

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Starring Seth Green, Eugene Levy, Sarah Silverman, Dina Spybey, Bob Gunton
Written By: Dan Milano
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Studio: Fox Home Entertainment
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For some reason, this show is on DVD. I don’t know why, but it is. I don’t think I laughed once for an episode. I can see why it only last for a few episodes.

Greg The Bunny is about a “” or puppet named Greg the Bunny, and he convinces his roomate Jimmy to get him a job interview for some kid show called “Sweetknuckle Junction.” His Father Gil directs the show as well. Greg The Bunny went for an office job for the TV show, but ended up landing the starring role. And thus laughter begins. NOT!

Like I said above, I didn’t really laugh at this show. It was supposed to be outrageous with raunchy puppets cursing and talking sex and other adult topics but it wasn’t funny to me. If there was any show that should be put on DVD that had a puppet in it, it should be Unhappily Ever After which was ten times funnier than this show. For starters, it had Nikki “My boobs get bigger every show” Cox and that’s reason alone why that show should have been put on DVD instead of this unfunny drivel. Plus the show was actually funny, yeah it was very similar to Married with Children but at least Unhappily Ever After made me laugh. I don’t think I even cracked a smile for this. I couldn’t even finish watching this DVD set.

The extras were actually not as bad as the show itself. There’s deleted scenes with an introduction with Warren Demontague and the deleted scenes weren’t that good. There’s an IFC feature from when Greg the Bunny was on that channel. Greg walks around the city talking with artists and going in galleries, that sort of thing. Yeah, exciting. There’s a wrap reel with another introduction from Warren Demontague. This is a good featurette that shows the atmosphere during the last show. Lots of cool behind the scenes footage in that. There’s also a making of featurette on the show. The creators talk about the show in general, how it got started, and also talking about other things that they ran into trouble with concerning the show.

Fans of Greg the Bunny will enjoy this DVD, but I can’t see other people liking this show. I thought the TV series was unfunny and boring. I like raunchy humor but I didn’t crack a smile for one scene for Greg The Bunny. I guess i’m someone that “didn’t get it.” No, I just thought the show sucked.

– All 13 episodes, including 2 that never aired on TV!
– Selected episode cast, crew and puppet commentaries
– “The Humans Behind the Fabricated Americans” making-of featurette
– Deleted and extended scenes
– Interview with Greg the Bunny and Seth Green
– Wrap reel, puppet auditions, storyboard gallery and more!

ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Surround CC

Standard 1.33:1 Color


Favorite Scenes: Didn’t have any
Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 299 minutes
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