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Sergeant Bunny
Character Information
Gender Male
Species Rabbit
Family 110 siblings (mentioned)
Age Unknown
Production Information
Voiced
by
R. Lee Ermey
"I don't care if you hate me! I've got 110 brothers and sisters who love my fluffy ass!"
―Sergeant Bunny to Larry[src]

The Sergeant Bunny is a character in Father of the Pride. He only appeared in "One Man's Meat is Another Man's Girlfriend."

BiographyEdit

The Sergeant Bunny is a drill sergeant who is rather harsh and demanding.

PersonalityEdit

The Sergeant Bunny is harsh, mean, foul-mouthed, rude, uncaring, demanding, and has a short temper. Basically, he acts like a typical drill sergeant would; as a result, Larry develops a severe dislike and irritation for him.

The Sergeant Bunny even tells Larry at one point that he doesn't care if he hates him since he has many siblings that loves him.

He is so demanding and insistent that at the end of "One Man's Meat is Another Man's Girlfriend," he returned and continued to order Larry around, telling him he is not done with him.

AppearanceEdit

The Sergeant Bunny is a slender grey rabbit. He has brown eyes. Some could even say that he resembles his voice actor R. Lee Ermey.

TriviaEdit

  • The Sergeant Bunny is an obvious parody of his voice actor R. Lee Ermey and his character Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Full Metal Jacket.

GalleryEdit

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