Summary: Rabbit Bite's Buns and Chou Chou are world renowned as the most powerful rabbits in the internet media business. This lovable pair of critters "review" videos that they find online and sometimes, well, it's just not pretty. Have you my gentle one, full of narcissistic passion, put a video of yourself online for all the world to see? You thought it would be fun to share with friends, huh? That bites for you!
Dana Snyder, voice of Aqua Teen Hunger Force visits with two rabbits.
Peter Himmelman discusses his unique role as a Sabbath observer rock and roller.
Greg Fitzsimmons stops by to chat with the bunnies. He gives his views on America, the internet, and the British Empire (much to the dismay of Buns).
Buns and Chou Chou talk about the mystery that is The Secret. They also get some help from their women on the street Mimi and Flo who learn the hard way that The Secret doesn't always work.
Mark Day stops by for a chat with Buns and Chou Chou and talks about the yellow wall, carrots, and how he likes wearing diapers.
Jessica Alba says she wants to see more of the male anatomy in magazines. The rabbits think of different names for specific parts of the male anatomy, but ultimately come away with one message: just keep it in your pants!
Buns is in for a rude awakening when he realizes the iPhone doesn't live up to the hype.
One of YouTube's Finest, Mr.Kevin Nalty aka Nalts sits down with Chou Chou for a heart to heart and a cup of java or 2...or 7.
Is Generation Y really as bad as the newspapers and magazines say? Our man on the street, Nalts, talks to America's youth, to find out. You can find him here http://www.youtube.com/user/nalts
Chou Chou gets and exclusive with Paris Hilton before Larry King does!
Chou Chou considers how Buns is like Doug. Goodbye to our favorite show!
In this episode of Coffee With Chou, the rabbits talk with Andrew Keen, author of "Cult of the Amateur: How Today's Internet is Killing Our Culture", and Robert Scoble, blogger and advocate of Web 2.0. They ask the important questions about the web, and what it has in store for us.
Buns and Chou look at violence in today's movies and chat with a few key horrormeisters.
As users take control, maybe we need a new kind of hero!
Buns and Chou Chou ask what can we do about this situation?