Greg the Bunny

Blah Bawls

Season 1, Ep 10, Aired 8/4/02
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  • Episode Description
  • Warren can't get over his ex-wife, Maggie, and Count Blah can't get over his dead wife, Maldora... until he meets Maggie.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Seth Green (I)

    Jimmy Bender

  • Eugene Levy

    Gil Bender

  • Sarah Silverman

    Alison Kaiser

  • Bob Gunton

    "Junction" Jack Mars

  • Dina Waters

    Dottie Sunshine

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (11)

    • Greg: (voiceover) You know, I really learned something that day. Something besides the fact that Jimmy has to get a new car, because, let me tell you, these little side trips to the cemetery are way too emotionally draining. I learned that, you know, even though it's scary to let go of the past, being able to do so is a true test of character.

    • Blah: Oh, you'll be fine. Besides, if you're always retracing your footsteps, you'll never make new ones, blah. Warren: That's a little odd coming from somebody whose idea of a hot date is to sob uncontrollably to a marble slab.

    • Maggie: You are a pompous, self-centered monkey! Warren: You are a shallow, manipulative trollop! Gil: Hey, why don't we all calm down before somebody says something untrue.

    • Maggie: And I'll have you know, Blah is the greatest lover I've ever had. Talk about a G-spot? He found the whole damn alphabet.

    • Maggie: Warren, stop it. There is nothing going on between Gil and me. I mean, look at him! Gil: Hello. Person with feelings standing here. Maggie: Despite what you think, I wouldn't just sleep with anything. Gil: Anything? Hey, you married an ape and slept with a vampire!

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    Notes (7)

    • Count Blah's wife's epitaph: MALDORA, BLAH BELOVED WIFE, BLAH R.I.P.B.

    • The outtakes tag for this episode was not broadcast by FOX. It was replaced with a promo. In this show, one outtake is shown during the closing credits: Maggie and Count Blah french kissing in bed (to the hoots and hollers of the crew).

    • Visually references both the film King Kong and Samsonite commercials from the 1970s.

    • The role of Maggie was written with Jennifer Coolidge in mind.

    • Moe Gans-Pomerantz is credited as Moe Gans Pomerantz.

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