In the series premiere of Rabbits, Carly Parker's search for her missing best friend leads her to a mysterious nameless ancient game the players refer to only as “Rabbits;” a secret, dangerous, and occasionally fatal underground game, where the prizes are unclear but may involve: large sums of money, NSA or CSI recruitment, and perhaps even the key to unlocking the secrets of the universe.
In the second episode of Rabbits, Carly continues her search for Yumiko aided by a potential new ally, a stranger who appears to know a great deal about the mysterious game known as “Rabbits.”
In our third episode, Carly’s search for Yumiko leads to an obscure underground radio station, a vintage t-shirt reveals an impossible photograph, and a work of classic modern art appears to contain a strange secret.
"Marigold and Persephone"
"Doglover in Hell"
In the fourth episode of Rabbits, Carly and Jones dig further into the history of the game, a new voice points them in a new direction, and the mysterious Hazel makes another appearance.
In episode five, Carly digs into the mysterious Gatewick Institute, Jones finds something interesting in the Marigold Recordings, and the Magician provides some additional information about the game.
In the sixth episode of Rabbits, the Marigold recordings appear to reveal the impossible, and we learn something remarkable about Carly’s past.
Carly finds something while playing a game. Harper and Carly meet an eccentric DIY, spook, Carly and Jones visit Arcadia, and Marigold has another message.
Carly and Jones visit a reclusive billionaire who appears to know a whole lot more than he’s letting on, and Carly begins to seriously consider the fact that Rabbits might be much more than just a game.
In the penultimate episode of Season One, Carly and Jones dig further into The mysterious Gatewick Institute, and another conversation with Alan Scarpio reveals more about the game, and the enigmatic figure known as Hazel.