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Review 3, 30, 300 Sheep in the Big City

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A short lived Cartoon Network Original Series Created by Mo Willems

EpisodesEdit

Season 1: 2000–01 Season 2: 2001–02


0 "In the Baa-ginning" August 18, 2000 Template:Sheep decides to leave Farmer Brown in pursuit of a happy life in the Big City. Little does he know that from now on he will be chased by a secret military organization. Guest Stars: Ruth Buzzi, Christine Walters


1 "Be Still My Bleating Heart" November 17, 2000 Template:Sheep falls in love with a poodle called Swanky, and coincidentally, Swanky's lady owner hates sheeps. Guest Stars: Christine Walters


2 "To Bleat or Not to Bleat" November 24, 2000 Template:A girl called Lisa Rental saves Sheep from General Specific so that she can keep him as a pet.


3 "Belle of the Baah" December 1, 2000 Template:Sheep gets more than he bargained for when he accidentally swallows a diamond and receives much of the town's adoration and attention.


4 "Going Off the Sheep End" December 8, 2000 Template:While Sheep tries to grab Swanky's attention by making unnecessary changes to himself, the Angry Scientist comes up with less-than-foolproof and idiotic plans to capture Sheep.


5 "Can't Live Without Ewe" December 15, 2000 Template:While Sheep goes into a fake sheep convention set up by the military wearing a mustache, Farmer John misses him, and hires the German Sheperd to bring Sheep home.


6 "15 Muttons Of Fame" December 22, 2000 Template:When an agent for a dish washing commercial discovers Sheep, Sheep decides to become a model to avoid General Specific. However, he might have to give up his friends.


7 "Home For The Baa-lidays" December 29, 2000 Template:Sheep returns to the farm for the holidays.


8 "Agony of De-Bleat" March 2, 2001 Template:When General Specific actually captures Sheep, he fires all of the people that work at the Secret Military Base. However, the crew decide to free Sheep to get their jobs back.


9 "Baa-ck in Time" March 23, 2001 Template:Sheep escapes through time to find a better life.


10 "Fleeced to Meet You" June 8, 2001 Template:General Specific hires X-Agent to befriend Sheep and entrap him so they can use him for the sheep powered ray gun. X-Agent successfully entraps Sheep but later changes his mind because he realizes that friendship with Sheep mattered more.


11 "A Star Is Shorn" June 15, 2001 {{Sheep gets a job in a hip club as a waiter but soon General Specific finds him and almost knocks over the plates sheep was carrying. Sheep catches the plates and starts spinning them hypnotizing General Specific and while this happens Farmer John appears and convinces Sheep to go pro with his plate spinning act.}}


12

"Mistaken Identi-sheep"

June 22, 2001

Template:A sheep-like creature robs the town, while Sheep is blamed.


13 "To Sheep, Perchance to Dream" June 29, 2001 113 This episode is all about the nightmares of people in the Big City. Season 2: 2001–02[edit] Ep # Title Original air date Production code 14 "Wish You Were Shear" December 2, 2001 201 Sheep gets adopted by Lisa Rental. Meanwhile, Lady Richington takes Swanky to the Greyhound Race Track. Guest Stars: Fran Brill, Christine Walters 15 "Baah-dern Times" December 9, 2001 202 With the entire cast of "Sheep in the Big City" sick with the flu, the narrator (who's also sick but still has to work) decides that for this episode of "Sheep in the Big City" that the audience shall instead, watch an old black-&-white silent movie featuring the ancestor's of Sheep and General Specific. Guest Stars: Fran Brill 16 "Flock, Up in the Sky" December 16, 2001 203 X agent returns and swears to protect Sheep from General Specific. Guest Stars: Christine Walters 17 "My, How Ewe Have Changed" December 23, 2001 204 Sheep is invited back to Farmer John's farm for a reunion. He finds that a lot of things have changed since he first left. As sheep meets up with his old friends General Specific is next door having a party and then decides to cut it short and capture sheep. 18 "Party of the Shear" February 10, 2002 206 To escape the clutches of the secret military organization Sheep goes into a dance club which General Specific is not cool enough for. He is befriended by General Lee Outrageous but when he wants to leave he is stopped by the over energetic friend and realizes this is why he watches movies every night. 19 "The Wool of the People" February 17, 2002 205 General Specific cannot capture Sheep because of the new law put up by the mayor of the Big City. 20 "Daddy Shearest" February 24, 2002 207 After failing again to capture Sheep, Private Public gets a visit from his dad, General Public. Guest Stars: Jerry L. Nelson 21 "The Wool Is Not Enough" March 3, 2002 208 Tired of the Angry Scientist's failures, General Specific hires Doctor Oh No No No to help him capture Sheep. However, the Doctor has own his agenda. 22 "The Beauty and the Bleats" March 10, 2002 209 Sheep is turned into a half human half sheep by a Genie to get in Swanky's new apartment. 23 "An Officer and a Gentlelamb" March 17, 2002 210 Sheep cannot hold a steady job because the Top Secret Military Organization is always pursuing him. Guest Stars: Ruth Buzzi, Christine Walters 24 "Oh, the Ewemanity" March 24, 2002 211 General Specific cannot capture Sheep because he is too small for his net, so he blows him up using an enlarging ray. 25 "Here Goes Mutton" March 31, 2002 212 Farmer John becomes a football player, while Sheep gets amnesia from a hit on the head. 26 "Baa-hind the Scenes" April 7, 2002 213 This occurs when the cast is done filming an episode and now Sheep and his manager have a lunch meeting with the head of the network. General Specific does not like that, so he decides to ruin the meeting so Sheep will not get another show. In the end because of him (and the Angry Scientist's new invention), Sheep is turned pink with big eyes and is now perfect for another show! Guest Stars: Christine Walters

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