History WesternAnimation / BackAtTheBarnyard

21st Oct '17 8:42:15 PM NOYB
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*** In one episode, Otis actually had to dress up like a bull and had to try and hide his utter. Otis' udder also pops out at random times, and he attached milked suckers on it and shot milk out of it.

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*** In one episode, Otis actually had to dress up like a bull and had to try and hide his utter. Otis' Otis's udder also pops out at random times, and he attached milked suckers on it and shot milk out of it.
16th Oct '17 11:28:45 PM CJCroen1393
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** To say nothing of Everett's Indiana Jones expy former owner having a...*ahem* ''[[ReallyGetsAround history]]'' with [[TheChiefsDaughter chief's daughters]].
13th Sep '17 7:33:22 AM UchuuFlamenco
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* {{Bifauxnen}}: Otis is rumored to be this because of his large udder.
10th Sep '17 6:56:04 AM NeoplanDan3440
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''Back at the Barnyard'' is a show from Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}. It started on October 8, 2007, and ended in June 2010. Based off the 2006 movie ''WesternAnimation/{{Barnyard}}'' which features the same characters though the series seems to ignore the events of the movie (and replaces one of them) for its own continuity. It is from the creators of ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]]'', and the 25th member of the popular Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} brand.

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''Back at the Barnyard'' is a show from Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}. It started on October 8, September 29, 2007, and ended in June 2010. November 12, 2011. Based off the 2006 movie ''WesternAnimation/{{Barnyard}}'' which features the same characters from the film, though the series seems to ignore the events of the movie (and replaces one of them) for its own continuity. It is from the creators of ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]]'', and the 25th member of the popular Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} brand.
26th Aug '17 3:43:28 AM Solle
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* AnimalGenderBender: The "male cow" with an udder, of course. Justified, as children think cows and bulls are two separate species.

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* AnimalGenderBender: The "male cow" with an udder, of course. Justified, as children think cows and bulls are two separate species.
17th Jul '17 4:26:11 PM Colin266
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-->'''--last lines of the theme tune'''

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-->'''--last -->'''--Last lines of the theme tune'''
26th Apr '17 1:24:26 PM Golondrina
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** The way Freddy admits to his parents that Peck - whom he just saved from becoming their meal - is his best friend, and his parents' reaction from this, obviously parallels word for word someone admitting to his parents that he's homosexual and introducing his partner to them.

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** The way Freddy admits to his parents that Peck - whom he just saved from becoming their meal - is his best friend, and his parents' reaction from this, obviously parallels word for word someone admitting to his parents that he's homosexual gay and introducing his partner to them.
19th Mar '17 12:18:20 PM nombretomado
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{{Nickelodeon}} apparently didn't think the show was doing good enough for their standards, so [[ScrewedByTheNetwork they dropped it]] to NicktoonsNetwork during its run, where the remainder of the episodes were broadcast. While the show ''was'' getting good reviews, it never really became that popular, but it's safe to say that this show gave it its best.

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{{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} apparently didn't think the show was doing good enough for their standards, so [[ScrewedByTheNetwork they dropped it]] to NicktoonsNetwork during its run, where the remainder of the episodes were broadcast. While the show ''was'' getting good reviews, it never really became that popular, but it's safe to say that this show gave it its best.
17th Feb '17 8:15:34 AM Alantutorial
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* GloveSnap: In the episode "Dead Cow Walking" the aptly named vetrinarian Dr. Glove has tendancy of doing this whenever she performs a creepy physical.

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* GloveSnap: In the episode "Dead Cow Walking" the aptly named vetrinarian Dr. Glove Glove has tendancy of doing this whenever she performs a creepy physical. "checkie-poo". Ugh, let's just hope she changes gloves afterwards.
17th Feb '17 8:12:05 AM Alantutorial
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* CreepyPhysical: Almost every appearance of the Vet in the show involves some form of torture on someone's part. Whether she's [[spoiler:performing a prostate exam on unsuspecting animals or "flushing out their brain-holes"]], the Vet always finds a way to top herself in over-the-top medical horror.


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* GloveSnap: In the episode "Dead Cow Walking" the aptly named vetrinarian Dr. Glove has tendancy of doing this whenever she performs a creepy physical.


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* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: the Vet, though while she seems to genuinely care for the animals she takes care of, tends to subject them to all manner of medical tortures.
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