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A Takeoff of The TV Show "Bonanza"
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Bun Cartleft: (Ben Cartwright in the TV show) A gray rabbit who rides a buckskin cat.

Rabbun: (Adam in the TV show) A black bunny with a chestnut cat.

Katt: (Hoss in the TV show) A reddish-brown bunny with a brown cat.

Bunny Joe: (Little Joe in the TV show) A white bunny with a black and white painted cat.

The Cartlefts live on the Bunderosa in Rabbit City. They have thousands of Carrots (carrots are the currency). Rabbun and Katt often go on Hamster drives. The demeanors of the original characters and the bunnies are the same.

It would be a good childrens TV show, and would provide amusement for fans of the original TV series.

smileydudette, Jul 17 2003



       Few children would get it (Bonanza was off the air before I was born and I've never actually seen it) but their parents might. But maybe not. Maybe if they were old parents.   

       Perhaps it would be strong enough to fly on its own without the remembrance of old TV shows past.
bristolz, Jul 17 2003

bristolz, Jul 17 2003

       [bris] It really doesn't matter whether the kids get it or not. I designed it to be a little kids show (like Tellatubbies or something). However, some might. The Hallmark Channel and PAX TV show Bonanza re-runs every day (mon-fri), so those who watch them, (like me) will get this.
smileydudette, Jul 17 2003

       Bun Cartleft: "What's for dinner tonight, Hop Sing? Hop Sing: " Tonight very special, Hasenpfeffer! Bun Cartleft: Sounds mighty good there Hop Sing. What's in it?? AAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRGH!!!
LabRat, Jul 17 2003

       Hop Sing... hehe
waugsqueke, Jul 17 2003

       blissy, if it's any consolation, the woman who played George Costanza's mom on Seinfeld has a dog named Pepsi. Yaps a lot.
thumbwax, Jul 18 2003

       Oh, yeah. Did I mention that you would train real animals for this show?
smileydudette, Jul 18 2003

       [blissmiss], there's a bit of a screenplay there waiting to happen... don't be surprised if it does.
k_sra, Jul 18 2003

       bliss, your story about pepsi is so sad. my ex. came home one night and decided to throw one of the lads teddys out of the window because he was "too old for such nonsense". I found him next day floating face down in the pond.   

       yeah, I did mean the teddy - shame that!
po, Jul 18 2003

       <Monty Python> "It's only a rabbit ! </Monty Python>   

       I look forward to the cliffhanger last episode, in which the entire cast are wiped out by the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch ('tis one of the relics carried by Brother Maynard .......)
8th of 7, Jul 18 2003

       what do you call teddybears?
po, Jul 18 2003

       Round here, we call them "Air rifle targets". Any questions ?
8th of 7, Jul 18 2003

       ooooh you are so butch, 8th.   

       what did you call your teddy by the way?
po, Jul 18 2003

       Charlie, as in "Eat lead, Charlie !"
8th of 7, Jul 18 2003

       *laughing too hard to post anything witty or sarcastic*   

       "On second thought, lets not go to the HalfBakery...it is a silly place."
vendetta, Jul 18 2003

       <Lt. Colonel Kilgore/>Charle don't surf.</Lt. Colonel Kilgore>
thumbwax, Jul 18 2003

       [vendetta], "Come on in..... don't be afraid ..... join us..... stay awhile ..... stay....FOREVER !!!! MUHWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA !"   


       Yes, it is a silly place. But far less perilous than Castle Anthrax (sadly).
8th of 7, Jul 18 2003

       But what about the perils of Castle Anthrax? Can those be found here too??
vendetta, Jul 18 2003

       I doubt it...
smileydudette, Aug 05 2003

       I give buns for puns; though I know I really shouldn't. +
nichpo, Aug 06 2003


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