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Greg the Bunny

By Will Wade, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Clever, ultra-edgy satire about prejudice, with puppets.

TV Fox Comedy 2002
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Greg the Bunny is very funny and very original, but it's definitely not for anyone who might actually enjoy any other show with puppets. This is a mature sitcom, with plenty of jokes about sex and liquor and office politics and money -- all the standard fare for other comedies that are broadcast towards the end of prime time.

The conceit -- that puppets are real and often the subject of discrimination -- opens the door to an entirely untapped vein of humor; racism has never been so funny. Actually, prejudice rarely works in jokes, but on this show it does. People who have fond memories of growing up watching Sesame Street and other PBS standards will find much here that seems familiar, and much more that is funnier and more complex than anything that ever made a five-year-old giggle.

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