Why is this on Mtv? Do the exec of Mtv get this show is so making fun of them and all "reality" TV?
Greg the Bunny, on FOX was a show about a show, and it was alright. Fox made the writer spend too much of a show about living puppets on Seth Green and Eugene Levy character's lives, instead of what really made the show differnt and special; Warren, Greg, Susan, Tardy, Count Blah, and so forth. But this show is a different beast all together.
Lets assume you live in a world where Puppets are alive. The show Greg the Bunny was just that, a show that Warren was on. Warren is a failed actor, though bad life choices (Drinking, Drugs, Fast Women) and poor career decisions. He is despertly trying to hold on to any bit of fame he has left. Hence this show. A reality show about a faded star, just this star is a puppet, or as they like to be called, Fabricated Americans. Warren has a weak moral center, he will do anything to anyone to get to the top. He may feel a little bad about it later, but only after it has failed or the point has really been driven home. And that is why the show works. He is a flawed person, but unlike most reality stars, he knows he is.
The guest star, oh the guest stars make this show. Mick Foley, brilliant. Dr. Drew, perfect. Corey Feldman, Seth Green, Eugene Levy, Sarah Silverman, Billy Crudup all playing themselves, well, parodies of them selfs, help make this world seem real. A little too real.