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DC Comics

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

The Bunny made various appearances on Mopatop's Shop. Most of the times it would appear in the introduction of the episode, where Mopatop would suggest various items to the viewer.

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Guild Wars

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This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link referred you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

Bunny is a common term than can refer to any of the following:


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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"Rabbit" redirects here. For the Season 1 episode, see: White Rabbit.
Young Ben pulls out a rabbit from his bag ("The Man Behind the Curtain")

Rabbits have appeared in Lost as research animals, food animals, in art, and as symbols.

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Research rabbits

Rabbit #8 in the cage, appearing lifeless, after Ben shook it furiously ("Every Man for Himself")

White-furred, red-eyed, sometimes number-painted rabbits or bunnies have appeared on multiple occasions in the show. The bunny is a New Zealand white rabbit. The first rabbit appeared in "Every Man for Himself", in which it is was presented in a small steel cage, placed above Sawyer's chest by Ben. The rabbit had the number 8 painted onto his fur. Ben then shook the cage violently and the rabbit quivered, then fell still. Ben told Sawyer the bunny was dead and had a pacemaker in him, which due to the rabbit's anxiety, caused its heart to explode. Later, the rabbit was in Ben's bag when they made the trek to the Hydra Island lookout, and was alive and okay. Ben said that he only gave the bunny a sedative, and then placed it back in his bag.

A different rabbit appeared in "The Man Behind the Curtain" where Ben, as a child, owned a similar, white, red-eyed young rabbit which he kept in his room as a pet. He later brought the bunny to the sonar fence in a bag and pushed the bunny toward the pylons to see if the fence was truly deactivated. It worked, and Ben followed the white rabbit through the fence, then scooped up the bunny and placed him back in the bag. Damon Lindelof, in the Lost: The Complete Third Season (DVD) commentary says,"Ben's penchant for numbering his rabbits probably has something to do with fertility experiments."

Rabbit's feet

A rabbit foot keychain, used for one of the DHARMA vans
"Dharma Lady" album artwork
The Geronimo Jackson concert poster
A white rabbit poster on Aaron's bedroom door
Alex preparing white rabbit ("Greatest Hits")
A white rabbit in a drinking glass

A rabbit's foot is considered in American folklore to be a good luck amulet. Numerous rabbit's feet have been shown or mentioned in Lost:

Other occurrences

Trivia

  • Sawyer read Of Mice and Men while in prison, and made several references to the book, as did Ben. In the book, the mentally challenged character Lenny's obsession with rabbits is a key plot element. ("Every Man for Himself")
  • In "Confidence Man", Sawyer is reading Watership Down, a novel featuring rabbits as the protagonists.
  • The Blue Danube is the second part of a Bugs Bunny cartoon.
  • The nonfiction Stephen King book entitled On Writing asks the reader to conduct an writing exercises. One writing exercise involves analyzing an albino rabbit in a cage with the number 8 written on its back. King uses this exercise to make a point about "telepathy."
  • The idea of the white rabbit is a running theme of the show, even referenced in one episode title, Season 1 episode 5, "White Rabbit". Ironically, most characters are led out into the jungle after their white rabbits (as when Jack follows Christian in the episode that introduced the idea), but Sawyer is led to remain caged after he sees the real white rabbit.
  • Rabbits are a symbol for fertility, a theme which surrounds the Others. For example, rabbits were killed in an early and well-known pregnancy test. The urine of pregnant women contains human chorionic gonadotropin, which causes changes to a female rabbit's ovaries when it is injected. Early pregnancy tests involved injecting the urine and then killing the rabbit and inspecting its ovaries.[1]
  • Alex skins a white rabbit moments before betraying her father Ben, who had a pet bunny as a child, and is a bit of a "white rabbit" himself (leading those who follow him on strange journeys). (Symbolism)


Outside of Lost episodes

Orchid Orientation film

A shot of the Orchid Orientation film
A shot of the Orchid Orientation film

In the Orchid Orientation film, Edgar Halliwax (Pierre Chang) holds up a rabbit with the number 15 on it. After a moment, it is shown that behind him a second rabbit with the number 15 sitting on the top shelf of the metal shelving unit. Chang and his assistants are upset by the second rabbit and Chang moves away from it, saying the two cannot be close together. The film abruptly ends and restarts with only one rabbit. The film implies there is a significant population of white rabbits in the Orchid.

A shot of the Orchid Orientation film
A shot of the Orchid Orientation film

Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse suggest that fans curious about Charlotte's discovery of a polar bear skeleton in Tunisia watch the Orchid video, and further draw a link between the polar bear with the bunny in the video. (Official Lost Podcast/February 19, 2008)

Games

  • White rabbits appear in both Lost: The Mobile Game and Lost: iPod Game.

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External links


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

A Bunny is a small rabbit found near the Swaying tree in Rellekka. The bunnies were also found in the rabbit hole during the 2008 Easter event. Please note that these do not count as rabbits during the second part of the Rag and Bone Man quest.

In addition, with the help of the magic of the Easter Bunny, you are able to turn into one of these during the Easter 2009 event.

You can also find a rabbit at the east of air temple, where you craft air runes. But you may find that bunny is too far away to attack.

Trivia

  • When you transformed into a bunny during the 2009 Easter event you were shorter than the rats in the dungeon.
  • If you killed a bunny, it's bones appear actually bigger than itself.
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Bunny
Distinctions

Long pointed ears, short height

Famous members

Max

The bunny was a diminutive rabbit-like lagomorph species of unknown origins.

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Characteristics

This odd species had long ears and large mouths filled with sharp teeth. They resembled the species Lepi.

History

There were two known members of this species. The first, who went by the name of Max, was usually very hyperactive. He enjoyed violence and had destructive tendencies. The other member was the Energizer Bunny, who was known for his persistence, shown during his battles with Darth Vader.

As no other member of this species was ever encountered, it is unknown if their behavior reflected that of the entire species.

Behind the scenes

The term "bunny" and "lagomorph" have both been used to describe the character Max, an easter egg from the Dark Forces series of video games. It is unclear whether the terms refer specifically to a unique species or whether Max is simply a different version of the rabbit or Lepi species.

Lagomorph is a Greek word meaning "rabbit-looking," and a term Max uses to refer to himself in Sam & Max games and comics. Lagomorpha is an order of mammals, which includes rabbits.

Appearances

  • Star Wars: Dark Forces (Image appearance only)
  • Shadows of the Empire (video game) (Image appearance only)
  • Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
  • Star Wars: X-wing Alliance (Image appearance only)
  • Star Wars Invasion 2: Refugees, Part 2 (Mentioned only)

Sources

  • Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II: The Official Strategy Guide (First identified as Bunny)

See also


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