The Bronx Bunny Show 1 Season 2007

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Season 1

10. Beverly D'Angelo & Ron Jeremy TV-MA

Star of stage, screen, and television Beverly D'Angelo and star of all things adult Jon Jeremy visit the Bronx Bunny for a dirty, raunchy, filthy chat.

Beverly D'Angelo, Ron Jeremy
15 minutes
Original air date:
June 20, 2007

Beverly D'Angelo & Ron Jeremy

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres TV Talk Shows, Comedy
Director Simon Gibney
Starring Beverly D'Angelo, Ron Jeremy
Season year 2007
Network Starz
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Compay on May 16, 2010
This was originally a UK show from 2003, but was re-shot in 2007 for American audiences. The show is hosted by a foul-mouth duo from New York now living in East L.A., the Bronx Bunny and Teddy T the chain-smoking Panda.

The show is completely under the radar, which is odd because some of the episodes are really funny. The only problem with the show is that the guests are inconsistent. Some of them are well-known actors, others are "where are they now" entertainers no longer in the public eye. The show does best when they interview a guest that's both funny, and able to engage in an improvised back-and-forth with the hosts.

Each episode is about 15 minutes long, and the interviews usually cut into one another. There are a few recurring skits, including neighbor Dustin Diamond (Screech) dropping by, or the "Bear Butts" porn segments. The porn skits (episodes 2, 4, 7) are a nod to bad adult movie story lines, and most involve nude female porn stars like Mika Tan.

The funnier shows are episode 1 with Steve Schirripa (Bobby Bacala from Sopranos), and episode 2 with Michael Rapaport and George Takei (Sulu from Star Trek). Many of the actors offer up personal stories, though a few of the interviews are honestly dull. I'd give some shows four stars, but others only two, which is why I averaged it to a three-star rating. If you don't already have Netflix, it still makes sense to just buy all 10 episodes for only $15 on Amazon.

Here is a quick guide to who appears on each episode:

1 Steve Schirripa, Kelly Carlson
2 Michael Rapaport, George Takei
3 Chris Jericho, Mark Hammill
4 Method Man, Tina Majorino, Dustin Diamond
5 Harland Williams, Tommy Chong
6 Howie Mandel, Stacy Keibler, Wink Martindale
7 Eric Roberts, Robin Leach
8 Richard Schiff, Jolene Blalock
9 Joely Fisher, Wee Man
10 Beverly D'Angelo, Ron Jeremy
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