The BEST Episodes of Greg the Bunny
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Jan 4, 2021
Can puppets and humans live side by side? In the world of Greg the Bunny, they can. Set in Hollywood, land of movie stars and struggling actors of all fabrics, Greg the Bunny (Dan Milano), a squeaky-voiced rabbit puppet, longs to live the high life -- one where he's got a job or something. Greg's best friend and roommate, Jimmy Bender (Seth Green), is a slacker -- not to mention a human. Jimmy's father, Gil (Eugene Levy), is the blunt and perpetually nervous executive producer/director of the low-budget (and low-rated) children's show, Sweetknuckle Junction. A cross between Sesame Street and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Sweetknuckle mixes the fun of trains with the joy of letters and numbers, and is brought to you by the human co-stars, Junction Jack (Bob Gunton), the conductor, and Dottie Sunshine (Dina Waters), the helper, with funding provided by the puppet co-stars, Professor Ape (Dan Milano), the scholarly monkey, and Count Blah (Drew Massey), the counting vampire. Off-ca
#1 - Bunnie Hall
Season 2 - Episode 1 - Aired Aug 19, 2005
Greg falls for a beautiful (live) lobster. An extended reference to Woody Allen's Annie Hall.
#2 - Dottie Heat
Season 1 - Episode 11 - Aired Aug 11, 2002
Dottie is crushed when Greg lies to the gang, and tells them that he did the nasty with her.
#3 - Greg Gets Puppish
Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired Apr 10, 2002
The head of a puppets rights organization orders Greg to familiarize himself with puppish culture -- to the detriment of the show.
#4 - The Addiction
Season 2 - Episode 7 - Aired Sep 30, 2005
After watching vampire movie The Addiction Greg becomes convinced he's been bitten by a vampire.
#5 - The Jewel Heist
Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired Apr 3, 2002
Greg is jealous when Jimmy gets a new love interest -- whose dog is quite aggressive. Meanwhile, the gals revolt when Gil doesn't invite them to a paintball weekend.
#6 - Welcome to Sweetknuckle Junction
Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired Mar 27, 2002
Greg goes in for an assistant's job at Sweetknuckle Junction, and walks out with a starring role.
#7 - Dead Puppet Storage
Season 2 - Episode 4 - Aired Sep 9, 2005
A behind-the-scenes look as crew struggle to shoot Warren, Count and Greg applying their lauded acting talents to perform their favorite Pulp Fiction scenes.
#8 - SK-2.0 (a.k.a. How the Count Got His Blah Back)
Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired Mar 31, 2002
When the show bombs with a children's focus group, Alison plans changes -- and Jimmy's ideas just might be the trick.
#9 - Blah Bawls
Season 1 - Episode 10 - Aired Aug 4, 2002
Warren can't get over his ex-wife, Maggie, and Count Blah can't get over his dead wife, Maldora... until he meets Maggie.
#10 - Surprise!
Season 1 - Episode 7 - Aired May 29, 2002
Alison tries to fool a TV Guide reporter into believing that the cast is a happy, functional family, in hopes of getting on the cover.
#11 - Piddler on the Roof
Season 1 - Episode 9 - Aired Jul 28, 2002
Believing that Alison won't let him do Shakespeare on the show, an angry Warren takes a leak in her open convertible.
#12 - The Singing Mailman
Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired Apr 17, 2002
Dottie is blackmailed by a guy who has a dirty tape of her -- and plans to post it on the internet if she can't get him a role on the show.
#13 - Rabbit Redux (a.k.a. Rochester Returns)
Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired Apr 24, 2002
Greg feels guilty for stealing Rochester's job, and wants to patch things up. Meanwhile, Jimmy wants to score with Alison.
#14 - Father & Son Reunion
Season 1 - Episode 8 - Aired Jun 4, 2002
Father/son relations between Jimmy and Gil are damaged when father doesn't tell son that his parents' marriage is over.
#15 - The 13th Step
Season 2 - Episode 2 - Aired Aug 26, 2005
Warren tells the show's creators that he is going to Martha's Vineyard with his wife Maggie. But he actually goes to a lonely room at the Carter Hotel. There, Warren obsesses over calling his wife, with whom he is in a trial separation. An homage to the Coen Brothers' Barton Fink.
#16 - Sleazy Rider
Season 2 - Episode 3 - Aired Sep 2, 2005
Greg, Warren and crew are tired of working for 'the man' and hit the road in search of real America. An homage to Easy Rider.
#17 - Ya Know, For Kids!
Season 2 - Episode 6 - Aired Sep 23, 2005
Homage to all Coen Brothers films (particularly Fargo) as Greg and Warren attempt to defraud IFC by staging an inept kidnapping plot.
#18 - Sex, Button Eyes, and a Video Ape
Season 2 - Episode 10 - Aired Oct 21, 2005
While Greg the Bunny and Seth Green are shooting a public service announcement (PSA), a creepy technician played by Warren the Ape tries to get the two actors involved in pornography.
#19 - Martian Serum 7 From Mars
Season 2 - Episode 11 - Aired Oct 28, 2005
Along the lines of Ed Wood, young, enthusiastic Greg seeks to make a short film about his idol, the great Count Blah.
#20 - Naturally Sewn Killers
Season 2 - Episode 12 - Aired Nov 4, 2005
Warren snaps, pulling Greg with him, as he launches into a maniacal Natural Born Killers-esque spree.
#21 - The Godpappy
Season 2 - Episode 14 - Aired Nov 18, 2005
Violent and gripping, this homage to The Godfather features Count Blah as the Don, Warren the Ape as Tom Hagen, Gary the Bunny as Sonny, Marc Grass as Solazzo and Greg the Bunny as Michael.
#22 - 2001-1: Space 'n Stuff
Season 2 - Episode 9 - Aired Oct 14, 2005
This ambitious homage to Stanley Kubrick and 2001: A Space Odyssey features Greg and Warren as astronauts on a mission to Jupiter.
#23 - Blah!
Season 2 - Episode 5 - Aired Sep 16, 2005
Greg runs into his idol, puppet actor Frederick "Count" Blah. He befriends the washed-up vampire and gives him a part on the show.
#24 - Daddyhood
Season 2 - Episode 13 - Aired Nov 11, 2005
This loving tribute to David Lynch's Eraserhead features Greg the Bunny as a lonely father to a baby potato.
#25 - The Blues She is My Friend
Season 2 - Episode 8 - Aired Oct 7, 2005
This black-and-white prison movie, inspired by the Jim Jarmusch film, Down by Law, features Greg and Warren as prison inmates who learn that show biz is the worst prison of all.