Greg the Bunny

Season 1 Episode 13

Jimmy Drives Gil Crazy

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Unknown on FOX

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  • Trivia

    • While Jimmy drives Greg to Warren's house and while Greg is dozing off in the passenger seat, there are a couple of books piled on top of a blue article of clothing situated next to him. After Corey steals the car and Greg wakes up from his nap, these books disappear.

  • Quotes

    • Greg: (voiceover) So what could've been Jimmy's worst day turned out to be his best. Not just because he got to see that hot girl in her underwear, but because he finally got to see how much his father really does care about him. And me, I got to have a cool adventure in a stolen car with a Goonie! Oh, and as far as Warren was concerned, Corey Feldman finally got what he deserved. And, incidentally, Jimmy's worst day did come the following Tuesday, when my new pal, Corey, gave me a videotape, and I brought it to work.

    • Greg: Ah! Well, Corey Feldman, this is nuts! Come on, man, you got so much to live for!
      Corey Feldman: Like what?
      Greg: Well, for one thing, you know, there might be a Goonies, Part 2.
      Corey Feldman: Will you stop with the freakin' movies already! Jeez. All I've wanted all my life is just to be thought of as a normal person! I am a normal person! And all I want is to have a little love and happiness, and maybe spread a little joy throughout the world!
      Greg: You mean like your character, Jessie, in Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever?

    • Jimmy: Corey Feldman--oh, you mean this was a setup?
      Catholic Girl: No, no, no. I really am a horny, Catholic schoolgirl who just happened to be skinny dipping in your pool on my 18th birthday.
      Jimmy: Once again, betrayed by porn.

    • Alison: I hope he gets away. I--it's great seeing people stick it to authority.
      Warren: Yes, I'll remember that the next time you give me an acting note.
      Alison: Warren, "Sober up" is not an acting note.

    • Jimmy: No, I'm just trying to explain--
      Gil: No, no, no, you're not listening. I don't care. Here's what I do care about. Tapes getting to places. Lunches getting to people. Complainers getting back to work. Delivering the tapes and the lunches to the people and the places. See? That's your job. You're the gofer.
      Gopher: Gopher? I thought I was the gopher? Are we getting a new gopher? Oh, God. I have to call my agent. I just bought a Porsche.

    • Greg: (voiceover) We all have good days and bad days. The best day of my life was when the whole 4th grade started using my catchphrase, "Skatchamagowza!" Well, today, it was shaping up to be the best day of Jimmy's life.

    • Jimmy: You know, as fun as that sounds, Warren, I don't have a car.
      Warren: Alright, I tell you what. Um, if you're careful, you can take my Mercedes, Betsy.
      Jimmy: You named your car?
      Warren: Yes, in tribute to the woman with whom I lost my virginity. And, as I recall, I also paid too much for her.

    • Alison: Jim. Jim, walk with me. Guess what my colleagues back at the network thought of today's script?
      Jimmy: What?
      Alison: Nothing. They didn't get it.
      Jimmy: Well, you do need to know the whole alphabet to understand the jokes.

    • Jimmy: Hey, that's Corey Haim.
      Corey Feldman: Corey Feldman!
      Jimmy: What did I say?

    • Greg: Hey, wait a minute! You're Corey Feldman!
      Corey Feldman: I thought you were a stuffed animal.
      Greg: I thought you were in rehab.
      Corey Feldman: No, that was Corey Haim.
      Greg: And what did I say?

    • (Corey and Greg are in the Car)
      Gil: (on a megaphone, to who he thinks is Jimmy) I want you to know I--I care about more than anything on earth. You're my special boy.
      Corey Feldman: (to Greg) Michael Jackson used to tell me the same thing.

    • Alison: Quick, turn on the news! That stupid psycho, Warren, is in a police chase! Unbelievable. I knew he was unstable. I knew that he was gonna embarrass us with his drinking and his whoring and--
      Warren: I'm right here!
      Alison: Oh, Warren. You're standing right there. Oh, thank God you're okay. I was worried about you.
      Warren: That's artfully done, Alison. You know, you turn faster than a young girl at Wellesley.

  • Notes

    • In this show, three outtakes are shown during the closing credits: Seth Green attempting to exit the car while it's "in motion"; Greg the Bunny forgetting a line while in the car with Corey Feldman; more of Mr. Hygiene after his nose gets ripped off.

    • Jennifer York is a traffic reporter for KTLA (Los Angeles' WB affiliate) in real life. In real life, KTLA loves to broadcast car chases.

    • Scheduled to air on August 25, 2002. It was replaced with a rerun of Grounded for Life.

    • Music: "Jimmy Jimmy" by The Undertones; "Let's Get It On" by Marvin Gaye; "The Goonies 'R' Good Enough" by Cyndi Lauper

  • Allusions

    • Gil: The black guy on Becker.
      The black guy on Becker is Alex Desert.

    • Greg: I thought you were in rehab.
      Corey Feldman: No, that was Corey Haim.
      The two Coreys, both former child stars who occasionally appeared together in films, are friends in real life -- which has led to people confusing them. Haim was actually in rehab the year this was episode was taped... for like the 1000th time. Feldman himself went into rehab in 1991.

    • Greg: Oh, yeah, you former child stars, you always got an excuse. I don't see Ron Howard stealing no cars.
      Ron Howard became an overnight success when he began his role on The Andy Griffith Show at the age of 6. He moved on to directing and eventually producing, and today runs his own production company, Imagine Television. Had Imagine produced Greg the Bunny, it wouldn't have been cancelled after 6 episodes, that's for sure. What, did you think Arrested Development is staying on the air because of them great ratings?

    • Greg: Oh, and I thought Bordello of Blood was a bad choice on your part!
      Bordello of Blood, released in 1996, was based on the Tales from the Crypt comic books and TV series. It was the second film in a proposed trilogy (Demon Knight was the first), but the third film was never made.

    • Warren: That's artfully done, Alison. You know, you turn faster than a young girl at Wellesley.
      Wellesley College is a women's school near Boston. As the jokes go, the girls there are notoriously easy.

    • Greg: Well, for one thing, you know, there might be a Goonies, Part 2.
      The Goonies, a 1985 box office hit, was the film which made Feldman a star. Its main title theme, "The Goonies 'R' Good Enough," a top 10 hit for Cyndi Lauper, can be heard over the final scene in this episode.

    • Corey Feldman:: ...all I want is to have a little love and happiness, and maybe spread a little joy throughout the world! Greg: You mean like your character, Jessie, in Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever?
      Much unlike The Goonies, which had no sequel, the 1979 film Rock 'n' Roll High School spawned a 1990 sequel, in which Feldman starred as Jessie Davis.

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