Greg the Bunny

Season 1 Episode 10

Blah Bawls

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Aug 04, 2002 on FOX
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Blah Bawls
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Warren can't get over his ex-wife, Maggie, and Count Blah can't get over his dead wife, Maldora... until he meets Maggie.

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    Seth Green (I)

    Seth Green (I)

    Jimmy Bender

    Eugene Levy

    Eugene Levy

    Gil Bender

    Sarah Silverman

    Sarah Silverman

    Alison Kaiser

    Bob Gunton

    Bob Gunton

    "Junction" Jack Mars

    Dina Waters

    Dina Waters

    Dottie Sunshine

    Drew Massey

    Drew Massey

    Count Blah / Dr. Aben Mitchell / Gay Bear

    Marilu Henner

    Marilu Henner

    Maggie Demontague

    Guest Star

    John Hertzberg

    John Hertzberg

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    Moe Gans-Pomerantz

    Moe Gans-Pomerantz

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    James Murray

    James Murray

    Susan the Monster

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    Victor Yerrid

    Victor Yerrid

    Tardy Turtle

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    Carl Bridge

    Carl Bridge

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    • 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!

      • Dottie: Look, I know Jack's a little strange. But he's not stalking you. When would he have the time, with all his anger management classes and gun club meetings?

      • Gil: This thing between you and Maggie. Is it, uh, serious?
        Blah: No, it's just a one-time thing. Well, technically, it's a four-time thing. But just one night.

      • Gil: Alright, how the hell did that happen?
        Blah: Oh, it's all Jimmy and Greg's fault, blah. They took me to this silly phone bar, and... well, I haven't been with anyone in six years, and Maggie was there, and one thing led to another, and the next thing I know, she's blahing me.

      • Greg: So, apparently, poor Blah has been visiting his wife's grave every day for, like, six years.
        Jimmy: Well, in all fairness, it's not like she can go to his place.
        Dottie: My uncle, Dan, was a romantic like this. He used to visit the spot where my aunt was buried all the time. That's how the FBI finally found the body.

      • Gil: ...but Alison at the network just hated your "Trust Song," so she's making me fire you.
        Psycho Writer: What? I put my heart and soul into that song.
        Gil: I know. I know, and it shows, it sh--please. And I quote your song, "May my bones be crushed in moldy dust. If you can't trust, you can't trust, you can't tru-uh-ust me" when I say that I loved your song... Now your office has been cleaned out, boxes are already in your car, so off you go.
        Psycho Writer: This sucks.
        Alison: What was that about?
        Gil: Oh, nothing. The writer of "The Trust Song" just quit.
        Alison: Oh, really? Oh, I loved that song.
        Gil: Hey, we all did.

      • Greg: Sometimes we get so attached to things that it becomes hard to move on. Things like old cars... bad relationships... my pet snake who loved to sleep in the driveway.

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