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    Brenda Bunson (Sausage Party)

    "Don't let your kids watch it!" - Robbie Rotten

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    Brenda Bunson
    "Roberta, put your f***ing hand down, you're ruining my joke"
    Gender: Female
    Type: Ugly and Unfunny Perishable product
    Species: Hot Dog Bun
    Portrayed by: Kristen Wiig
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Sausage Party


    Brenda Bunson is the deuteragonist of the 2016 adult animated comedy film Sausage Party. She is a love interest of Frank Wienerton. She is voiced by Kristen Wiig (of Saturday Night Live fame), who also voices Lola Bunny from Looney Tunes and Lucy from Despicable Me.

    Why She's Got No Buns, Son

    1. Her character sums up to nothing more than a Christian stereotype who's a self-entitled and immature jerk. 
      • She worships the gods, and most of her dialogue talks about how awesome they are. She also swears almost all of the time.
    2. She refuses to listen to Frank about the real truth of the "Great Beyond", which could end up putting her in danger because she is oblivious that the gods are really trying to eat them
      • She lashes out at anyone and even looks down and insults anyone who doesn't worship the gods.
      • She believes something is right just because it "feels" right, which is something that is not morally righteous.
    3. She's very rude and unlikable. In one scene, she insults Carl in a very mean-spirited and unfunny manner. She also keeps saying "Fuck you!" to several innocent people, just because they think she's property.
    4. Hypocrisy: She depicts herself as a god-fearing woman who wants to keep herself pure until she reaches the great beyond, yet has the audacity to swear profusely and acts holier-than-thou towards other people.
    5. She's also shown to be very selfish, as she refused to help Frank find more research about the Great Beyond, and even lashed out at him for his newfound beliefs.
    6. She's very bland and uninteresting when she's being nothing more than just a Christian stereotype than being a character.
    7. It is never justified as to why she acts like a jerk in the first place.
    8. As stated above, she's not the nicest person towards others' feelings. She hurts Teresa's feelings and never talked to that taco about how her feelings, which sounds biased because she was already in a relationship with Frank.        
    9. Her design is ugly and unconvincing for a hot dog bun (even for an animated film aimed at adults), especially when her mouth is literally shaped like a vagina; so, when she talks, it just looks strange, and it's even worse during the orgy scene.
    10. The infamous scene where she, along with Frank and the other characters, has an orgy, which is already going to give you nightmares.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. Her voice is very good, thanks to Kristen Wiig (the same voice actor for Lola Bunny in The Looney Tunes Show and Lucy from Despicable Me) voicing her.
    2. She does have some funny moments every now and then, such as singing when she's nervous.
    3. As much as she can be rude and selfish, she deeply cares about others, including Frank.
    4. Sausage Party would not be as good without her.
    5. She saved Frank from a "god" twice in the film, so it could be said she redeemed herself in a way.

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