In a parody of "Annie Hall", Greg falls in love with a lobster.
In a parody of "Barton Fink", Warren obsesses over calling his wife from a hotel room.
In an homage to Easy Rider, Greg and Warren hit the road in the search of the real America.
The Count, Warren and Greg do their best to recreate scenes from Pulp Fiction.
Warren and Greg are on a mission to Jupiter in this homage to Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Greg bumps into his idol Count Blahand gives him a part on the show.
The Coen Brother's films are homaged whenGreg and Warren try to defraud IFC with an inept attempt at kidnapping.
Warren and Greg are locked up in prison in this black-and-white sendoff to the film "Down by Law".
In an homage to "Auto Focus", Warren plays a video technician adamant on making Greg and Seth Green's Public Service Announcement more adult.
In the style of "Ed Wood", Greg plays a filmmaker attempting to make a short film about his idol Count Blah.
Greg is forced to come along when Warren snaps and starts a rampage in the style of "Natural Born Killers".
Greg finds himself the father of a screaming potato-baby in this tribute to "Eraserhead".
The Greg the Bunny cast plays various characters from the film "The Godfather" with Count Blah as the Don.