Season Cast 8

  1. Eugene Levy

    Eugene Levy

    Gil Bender (6 Episodes)

  2. Seth Green

    Seth Green

    Jimmy Bender (6 Episodes)

  3. Bob Gunton
  4. Sarah Silverman
  5. Dina Spybey-Waters
  6. Drew Massey

    Count Blah (6 Episodes)

  7. Dan Milano

    Greg the Bunny (6 Episodes)

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Season Crew 4

Production

  1. Jennifer Celotta

    Producer (6 Episodes)

  2. Neal H. Moritz

    Neal H. Moritz

    Producer (6 Episodes)

  3. Spencer Chinoy

    Producer (6 Episodes)

  4. Dan Milano

    Producer (6 Episodes)

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Episodes 6

November 11, 2006

This parody of "Monster" explores what it means to be a monster puppet. When Greg befriends the Wumpus out of pity, he gets more than he bargained for.

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November 18, 2006

After being knocked unconscious, Greg dreams of visiting the town of Dogville, a town defined by chalk outlines in a black void.

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November 25, 2006

Greg suspects Warren of Wumpus' murder and decides to use his boy detective skills to investigate in a spoof of David Lynch films namely Blue Velvet, as well as his Twin Peaks series.

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December 2, 2006

A rockumentary on Greg and Warren's band Plush, one of the few all puppet pop groups.

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December 9, 2006

In this parody of "Being John Malkovich," Greg buys a magical Aztec dog skull from a curio shop in Chinatown.

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Hoping to ride on Mr. Gibson's coattails, Greg decides to direct and star in a biblical epic motion picture.

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