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KAREN SISCO

DUMB BUNNIES


EPISODE NO. 02
Season 1, episode 02
Series 102
1st release: 10/08/03
2nd release:
Last update: 10/16/03


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REGULAR CAST, GUEST CAST & CREDITS
TV GUIDE PROMO
PRESS RELEASE
COMMENTARY 1 by
QUOTES



REGULAR CAST
Carla Gugino - Karen Sisco
Robert Forster - Marshall Sisco
Bill Duke - Amos Andrews



GUEST CAST
Mike Starr (Louis)
Obba Babatunde (Daniel Burden)
Rolando Millet (Hector)
Tony Pantera (Hitman #2)
Christopher Boyer (FBI Agent #1)
Rhea Perlman (Louise Salcheck)
Billy Burke (Merle Salchek)
Lenny Sanz (Alarm Guy)
Danny DeVito (Charlie Lucre)
Scott Wilson (Homer)
Kevin Dillon (Bob Salchek)
Daniel E. Desmon (Lucre's Lawyer)
Karl T. Wright (FBI Agent #2)
Jeffrey De Serrano (Jimmy)



CREDITS
Writer: John Mankiewicz
Director: Jeremy Kagan



Broadcast on ABC, 10-11pm, Wednesday nights.

TV GUIDE PROMO

Trying to catch two escaped cons who stole a $3 million Babe Ruth-autographed baseball from a mob boss (Danny DeVito), Karen enlists help from their mother (Rhea Perlman). TitanTV

Two brothers break out of jail in order to steal a baseball autographed by Babe Ruth from a reputed mob boss (played by Danny DeVito). The mob boss is currently under surveillance by the FBI, and the FBI agents spot the whole baseball robbery, but they don't do anything about it. It seems that the FBI bureau chief wants Danny DeVito to get really pissed off and kill the thieving brothers so that the chief can finally send Danny DeVito to jail. But Karen has a soft spot for the thieving brothers, since she put them in jail years ago, and one of them still sends her a birthday card every year. Plus, she's pissed that the FBI guy is using the brothers as bait to nail Danny DeVito. After numerous escapades, two dead hitmen from Detroit, and an appearance by Rhea Perlman as the thieving brothers' mother, Karen manages to find the brothers and get them to return the stolen baseball, thus thwarting the stupid FBI guy, and everyone goes home happy. Except for the brothers, who go back to prison, but they were so dumb that they would have ended up back there anyway in due. Television without Pity

Merle and Bob Solchak break out of prison and steal a valuable baseball from a mobster. So now, Karen is trying to get to them before the mobster's "friend from Detroit" can kill them. And Marshall just wants to take Karen out on his new boat. TV Without Pity



PRESS RELEASE

When Florida's two stupidest cons, the Salchek brothers, escape from prison and steal a baseball worth millions from infamous mob boss Charlie Lucre (guest star, series executive producer Danny DeVito), Karen turns to their mother, a hapless waitress living in a trailer park (guest star Rhea Perlman), for clues on how to find them before Lucre's hitmen do.




COMMENTARY 1

This is by far the most hilarious TV show I have seen on TV in a long time.



QUOTES

Boys, a man learns a lot in a lifetime. He learns about destiny, opportunity. What he learns is that destiny is a lady who waits on no man. And that opportunity is what you take while destiny is sleeping on the job...What we're talking about, boys...is a heist. -- Homer

One minute, you're flying high above the clouds. The next minute, your band's private jet crashes into a local field, killing your singer and your lead guitarist. -- Merle Solchak

Cum hoc, ergo propter hoc. -- Merle Solchak

I think we can safely say this investigation was compromised the day Charlie started having lunch sent out to the van. -- Karen Sisco

...friend from Detroit. -- Charlie Lucre

I am an effective human being...The task set before me, I can accomplish with ease. -- First Friend from Detroit

No one from Miami owns a suit like that. Karen Sisco

An ambitious pencil-pushing FBI section chief who's using a couple of dim-witted fugitives to settle a personal vendetta against a local gangster. -- Karen Sisco

Give a man what he needs, he still wants what he wants. -- Marshall Sisco

We officially have no more friends in Detroit. -- Charlie Lucre

There's always Chicago. -- Kenny

You know what I like about that man? Nothing. -- Amos

Man, their dad was dumb as a post, but holy crap was he good-looking. -- Mrs. Solchek

I hate Lynyrd Skynyrd. -- Homer



LINKS:

Television Without Pity synopsis/review




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