Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The half-hour children's series Bingo and Molly was a puppet show set in the tiny town of Rabbit Hollow. The title characters were a pair of cute brother-and-sister bunnies: Bingo was the aggressive, adventurous sibling, in contrast to his cautious, sensible sister Molly. The series' pro-social story lines found Bingo, Molly, and their animal friends facing and solving problems by applying common sense and kindness -- though Bingo had a tendency to leap before he looked. The "live" segments were chock full of music and comedy, linked with animated sequences produced by the celebrated Michael Sporn. A co-production of Alice Entertainment and Broadstar Entertainment, the 26-episode Bingo and Molly joined the daily lineup of cable TV's The Learning Channel in 1997.