Synopsis by Hal Erickson
An outgrowth of a series of "interstitial" segments seen between programs on cable TV's Independent Film Channel, the adult-oriented Fox Network sitcom Greg the Bunny was set in an alternate world where human beings peacefully coexisted with talking puppets. Among the "Fabricated Americans" in this bizarro setup was Greg the Bunny, an unemployed puppet who shared an apartment with human roomie Jimmy Bender (Seth Green). Thanks to Jimmy's dad, TV producer-director Gil Bender (Eugene Levy), Greg lands a job on the popular kiddie show Sweetknuckle Junction, where he falls prey to the petty jealousies of his fellow puppets and the sharkish behavior of cutthroat network executives. Created by Dan Milano, who also provided the voice for the title character, Greg the Bunny was first broadcast on March 27, 2002.