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Meet Greg the Bunny, one of many fabricated Americans, or puppets, living in the United States. He's having trouble getting a job, until one day he asks his friend Jimmy Bender, a human, if he can get him a job at 'Sweetknuckle Junction', a kids TV show directed by Jimmy's father. When the job interview turns in to a casting audition and he gets the part, Greg finds himself becoming the newest child star.
Greg: Fact: There are 3.2 million puppets or as we prefer to be called, Fabricated Americans, currently residing in the United States.
Jimmy: Dude, I hate people a pool-man. It's not like in the movies at all.
Greg: What, no horny housewives?
Alison: We need to find the next Elmo if we're going to reach a younger audience.
Gil: Younger audience? We already reach 4 year olds. How young you wanna go? Fetal?
Jimmy: I've said a thousand times, I'm sorry!
Greg: (taking a bath in Jimmy's sink) Well, you know what I got to say to that? (farts)
Jimmy: Dude, my dishes are in there.
Alison: Greg is here!
Greg: In the fleece.
Tardy: (eating a crayon) Crayons taste like purple.
Rochester: I'm gonna kick up the pretty boy. Yea, lets see how demographically desirable he is with one eye!
Count Blah: Rochester, my friend, don't do it, blah!
Rochester: Give me one good reason why I shouldn't.
Count Blah: Ah, prison rape.
Look, don't turn this in to a freakin' Abbott and Costello routine, okay?
Abbott and Costello, of The Abbott and Costello Show
, were known for their slap-stick humor during the fifties.
We need to find the next Elmo if we're going to reach a younger audience.
Elmo is one of the puppets from Sesame Street
, a long running children's show that is referenced many times on Greg the Bunny
Whatcha' talking 'bout, lady?
This line is a famous and popular quote from the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes
Wow. Not since Vince Lombardi has anyone given such a rousing and inspirational speech.
Vince Lombardi is one of the most famous NFL coaches in history. The Super Bowl
trophy is name after him. He lead the Green Bay Packers to five NFL championships and two Super Bowl victories.