Green Eggs and Ham (2019– )
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Panic hits the streets of Prinz Pazookle when the locals learn there's a chickeraffe in town. But a colorful carnival is bringing everyone together.


Jared Stern (developed by), Dr. Seuss (based on the book by) | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Douglas ... Guy (voice)
Adam Devine ... Sam (voice)
Jillian Bell ... Glutz (voice)
Ilana Glazer ... E.B. (voice)
Eddie Izzard ... Snerz (voice)
Keegan-Michael Key ... Narrator (voice)
Jeffrey Wright ... McWinkle (voice)
Diane Keaton ... Michellee (voice)
Brad Abrell Brad Abrell ... Dad (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Chickeraffe (voice)
Stephanie Courtney ... Loretta Mums (voice)
Keith Ferguson Keith Ferguson ... Carney (voice)
Nika Futterman ... Happy Kid (voice)
David Kaye ... Joaquin Furmano (voice)
Fred Tatasciore ... Flea (voice)


Panic hits the streets of Prinz Pazookle when the locals learn there's a chickeraffe in town. But a colorful carnival is bringing everyone together.

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8 November 2019 (USA) See more »

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After Sam and Guy switch hats, Sam tells Guy, "You know, red is really your color." In "Here", Guy wears a red necktie. See more »


Guy: Stuff always turns out fine for Sam. You do wrong and win. I do right, and it all blows up in my face! When her hat landed in my hands, I really thought your luck rubbed off on me. That I received some of that special Sam I-Am mojo. But what happens to me? I end up doused, and soused, and fished, and flattened. And when I try to be honest, suddenly I'm Randy.
[Sam solemnly puts a hand on Guy's knee]
Sam: I thought you were Dave.
Guy: Never mind! I'm through with you.
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Guy and Sam are broke and on the run, so they disguise themselves by switching hats, which surprisingly works. The two are mistaken for carnival workers, so they hide out in the carnival. However, trouble soon follows. The chickeraffe gets restless, Gluntz and McWinkle are on their tail and, to Guy's horror, Michellee and EB are there. This is a slower episode, but has some nice touches (in this episode, the green eggs and ham are fried carnival food). EB and Michellee bond for the first time, and Guy does the ballsy thing and spells out my problem with a lot of cartoons: The idiot does something bad and he wins, the straight man does nothing wrong and loses. Whether he knows it or not, Guy spotted a pattern. The voice acting is great as always. Also, has anyone noticed that Guy hasn't eaten and neither had slept since the train? Those two need a break. Or Guy does anyway. I gotta add that bizarre, Ren and Stimpy-esque comedy doesn't usually belong in a Dr. Seuss adaptation, but it works really well here.

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