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GTBGoogle Tool Bar
GTBGran Turismo Berlinetta
GTBGuaranty Trust Bank (Nigeria)
GTBGlobal Transaction Banking
GTBGrand Traverse Band (of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians; Michigan)
GTBGreat Tythe Barn (UK)
GTBGestion Technique du Bâtiment (French: Technical Management of Buildings)
GTBGlobal Trust Bank
GTBGhana Tourist Board
GTBGo To Bed
GTBGeneral Terms of Business
GTBGreg the Bunny (TV show)
GTBGlobally Threatened Bird
GTBGay Teen Boys (band)
GTBGangwon Television Broadcasting (South Korea)
GTBGlobal Telecom Brokers (This is the nick name for the company)
GTBGround Turn Back (aviation)
GTBGrow the Business
GTBGolden Thief Bug (Ragnarok)
GTBGran Tourismo Berlinetta (Ferrari)
GTBGround Training Branch
GTBGood Time Boys (movie)
GTBGroupe de Travail Bruxelles 1952
GTBGrand Théâtre de Bordeaux (French: Grand Theatre of Bordeaux; Bordeaux, France)
GTBGeneral Tool Box
GTBGoing To the Bathroom
GTBGrand Tourer Bilstein (Subaru Legacy model)
GTBGuidance Telemetry Building
GTBGreater-The-Better (principle)
GTBGreater Trochanteric Bursitis (medical disorder)
GTBGuilderland Town Band (Guilderland, NY)
GTBGrid Toolbox (IBM)
GTBGalactic Terran Bomber (gaming, Descent: Freespace)
GTBGas Turbine Bulletin (mechanics)
GTBGiant Tiger Boutique (Canadian discount store)
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The letter thing works for me because, for some reason, I've always had strange feelings toward you, feelings I don't usually reserve for entertainers, especially ones whose career highs include Greg the Bunny and School of Rock.
Next month MTV bows "Warren the Ape"--a parody of docuseries in which cameras follow the debased life of out-of-work celebrity puppet Warren (who originally appeared on Fox's and IFC's "Greg the Bunny").
The pair, fresh from stints on Greg the Bunny and Crank Yankers, have invited reps from every cartoon cliche to live in their animated house, including an action star (Captain Hero), a fairy tale princess (Clara), an anime thingamabob (Ling-Ling), and a Betty Boop-like black-and-white character from the 1920s (Toot Braunstein).
In addition to such popular programs as "The Simpsons," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "The X-Files" and "Dark Angel," Fox will launch programs to support new and upcoming television shows, including "Greg the Bunny," a comedy series based on humans and neurotic puppets; "Time Tunnel," a science fiction series about a government agency that travels in time; and Fat Albert, a threatrical release planned for the holidays.
Greg the Bunny Live-action single-camera comedy series
Pic should please longtime fans, and may impress viewers who know Silverman only as a quirky character actress ("The School of Rock," TV's "Greg the Bunny").
Greg the Bunny (Fox, 2002): Great reviews couldn't save this short-lived comedy about a world where puppets are living creatures.
Shows like "Undeclared," "Greg the Bunny," "Andy Richter Controls the Universe" and "That '80s Show" started out promising, but haven't held up.
In just the past few months, the feature "Showtime" parodied reality TV, while on television both "Wednesday" and Fox's "Greg the Bunny" peered inside the network world, while HBO's "Project Greenlight" gave viewers an inside look at the movie process.
4.8/8 8:00 Ed 6.3/11 That '80s Show 3.7/6 8:30 (6.6/11) 6.8/11 Grounded for Life 4.2/7 9:00 The West Wing 10.7/17 Bernie Mac 5.6/9 9:30 (11.2/18) 11.7/19 Greg the Bunny (P) 5.6/9 10:00 Law & Order 12.7/21 10:30 (13.1/23) 13.5/24 THURS.
Beyond "Bob," other far-out entries include Fox's "Greg the Bunny," which follows the behind-the-scenes exploits of a down-on-his-luck puppet who gets a chance to star in a hit show.
Expect upcoming shows like Par's "Dead Zone"; Disney's "The Court," with Sally Field; and Fox's "Greg the Bunny" to pique the interest of the foreign contingent.