The Easter Bunny is a recurring character in Baby Lamb & Friends. He is based on a folkloric figure and symbol of Easter, depicted as a rabbit bringing Easter eggs. Originating among German Lutherans, the "Easter Hare" originally played the role of a judge, evaluating whether children were good or disobedient in behavior at the start of the season of Eastertide.
The Easter Bunny is a tall and slim grey rabbit with long ears, two whiskers on each side of his face, white gloves, and a small fluffy tail. He also wears a purple top hat and a purple polka-dotted bowtie.
The Easter Bunny is a jolly bunny, often very dedicated to delivering Easter eggs to good boys and girls every year. Although he can get carried away with the honor to the point where he thinks his painting of the Easter eggs is more important than the eggs themselves when arguing with The Easter Chicken about what makes the eggs to special. He was so hypocritical that The Easter Chicken refused to lay any more eggs and soon The Easter Bunny reprimanded him for delaying him that Easter, until they begin to see from each other's perspectives. Other than that, The Easter Bunny never has a mean bone in his body and cares for all the people he delivers eggs to.
- In terms of appearance, The Easter Bunny is the same as Bugs Bunny, only wearing a top hat and a bowtie.
- It is joked about how similar The Easter Bunny is to Bugs Bunny.
- Additionally, Simon A. uses the same Bugs Bunny plush for The Easter Bunny.
- Prior to Easter Fool's Day, The Easter Bunny has never pulled any pranks before.
- The Easter Bunny was hit in the mallet and lost his memory, and then decided to become The Easter Bunny. After saying "Ain't I a stinker?" he refreshed his memory but then thought he was Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.