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Greg the Bunny: Sock Like Me

While using the bathroom, Greg sees there are mean messages written on the wall about everyone on the cast except him. He makes up a harsh and rather racist insult about himself and puts it on the wall. When Alison, the studio executive, hears about it and Junction Jack gets blamed for it, a puppet sensitivity coach is brought in to teach everyone about tolerance.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x12
Production Number: 1AEV02
Airdate: Tuesday October 19th, 2004

Guest Stars
Brad AbrellBrad Abrell
As Additional Performer
Carl BridgeCarl Bridge
As Additional Performer
Donna KimballDonna Kimball
As Additional Performer
Kristin Charney (1)Kristin Charney (1)
As Additional Performer
Mark Bryan WilsonMark Bryan Wilson
As Additional Performer
Emil BeheshtiEmil Beheshti
As Additional Performer
Greg Ballora (1)Greg Ballora (1)
As Additional Performer
Thomas FountainThomas Fountain
As Additional Performer
Episode Notes
In this episode we learn that October is Puppet History Month.

This is one of three episode that do not have Greg giving a opening and closing narration. The other two being "Rabbit Redux" and "Dottie Heat."

Episode Quotes
Greg: Why do seagulls fly over the sea?
Dottie: I dunno, Greg.
Greg: Because if they flew over the bay, they'd be bagels.

Dr. Mitchell: What are some of the common stereotypes humans have for puppets? Jimmy?
Jimmy: Um, well, all puppets love tartar sauce.

Warren: I tell ya, it's either I'm stinking drunk or that was the world's worst apology.
Gil: Seeing as it's almost noon, I'd say it's a toss up.

Cultural References
Dottie: You know what I heard? I heard that Ernie and Bert are actually straight.

Bert and Ernie are two characters on Sesame Street, a show commonly referenced on Greg the Bunny.

Jack: Oh, I get it. It's another damn puppet conspiracy, like covering up Oscar's mob-ties.

Another reference to Sesame Street. Oscar is the green, dumpster-living and trash loving character.

Jack: It's always something with them. They also refuse to work on Howdy Doody's birthday.

Howdy Doody is a famous puppet who stared in his show Howdy Doody during the late forties, eventually ending in the early sixties.

Title: Sock Like Me

The episode's title is a reference to the book Black Like Me, in which a white man dressed up as a black man to experience the adjustments and discriminations they face.

Episode References
Greg: Hey, you want to hear my snowball song?

Greg sings his snowball song in the "Welcome to Sweetknuckle Junction" episode.

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