History WesternAnimation / SheepInTheBigCity

24th Nov '17 5:52:09 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* OnlySaneMan: Private Public, the more GenreSavvy sidekick of General Specific.

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* OnlySaneMan: Private Public, the more GenreSavvy savvy sidekick of General Specific.
9th Nov '17 4:49:41 PM NWolfman
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The pilot lacked many of the commercials that the series loved to milk for all they're worth, and the Ranting Swede. The animation is also slightly different, Private Public wasn't as much of an OnlySaneMan as he would be in the show, the Angry Scientist's speech pattern is more normal than it would be in the show, and Swanky, Lisa Rentel, and the Plot Device were nowhere to be found.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The pilot lacked many of the commercials that the series loved to milk for all they're worth, and the Ranting Swede. The animation is also slightly different, Private Public wasn't as much of an OnlySaneMan as he would be in the show, the Angry Scientist's speech pattern is more normal than it would be in the show, and Swanky, Lisa Rentel, and the Plot Device were nowhere to be found.found. It was also animated in a very primitive form of Adobe [=AfterEffects=] (which is why everything appears to float), whereas the series proper was traditionally animated.
8th Oct '17 8:18:53 AM SuperEquality07
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* {{Retcon}}: In the pilot episode, it is revealed that Farmer John was named Farmer because he loved farming so much - other character even acknowledge throughout the rest of the episode how odd it is that Farmer would be someone's name. In a skit later in the series, however, we see Mr. and Mrs. John giving his first name as Far (because Mrs. John wanted him to go far in life) and his middle name as Mer (because Mr. John wanted to name him after his beloved Aunt Mer) - to wit: Far Mer John.

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* {{Retcon}}: In the pilot episode, it is revealed that Farmer John was named Farmer because he loved farming so much - other character even acknowledge throughout the rest of the episode pilot how odd it is that Farmer would be someone's name. In a skit later in the actual series, however, we see Mr. and Mrs. John giving his first name as Far (because Mrs. John wanted him to go far in life) and his middle name as Mer (because Mr. John wanted to name him after his beloved Aunt Mer) - to wit: Far Mer John.
8th Oct '17 8:15:58 AM SuperEquality07
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** Every episode except for the first one starts with Sheep watching something random on TV and changing the channel halfway through.

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** Every episode except (except for the first one pilot) starts with Sheep watching something random on TV and changing the channel halfway through.



** The first episode ends with the anticlimax of General Specific, Private Public, and Farmer John getting arrested just before they are about to capture Sheep for beating up the seemingly inconsequential Little Bo Peep character, similar to the end of ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail'' where the main cast are all arrested just before the final battle for killing the seemingly inconsequential Historian character.

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** The first episode pilot ends with the anticlimax of General Specific, Private Public, and Farmer John getting arrested just before they are about to capture Sheep for beating up the seemingly inconsequential Little Bo Peep character, similar to the end of ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail'' where the main cast are all arrested just before the final battle for killing the seemingly inconsequential Historian character.
25th Sep '17 1:14:30 PM SeptimusHeap
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Created by illustrator Mo Willams, ''Sheep in the Big City'' (2000-2002) was one of the last shows aired as part of Creator/CartoonNetwork's CartoonCartoons.

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Created by illustrator Mo Willams, ''Sheep in the Big City'' (2000-2002) was one of the last shows aired as part of Creator/CartoonNetwork's CartoonCartoons.
Creator/CartoonCartoons.
15th Aug '17 2:30:26 PM cheril59
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--> ''No sheep were injured during the filming of his special.\\

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--> ''No sheep were injured during the filming of his this special.\\
11th Jul '17 8:09:53 AM cheril59
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The pilot lacked many of the commercials that the series loved to milk for all they're worth, and the Ranting Swede. The animation is also slightly different, Private Public wasn't as much of an OnlySaneMan as he would be in the show, the Angry Scientist's speech pattern is more normal than it would be in the show, and Swanky, Lisa Rental, and the Plot Device were nowhere to be found.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The pilot lacked many of the commercials that the series loved to milk for all they're worth, and the Ranting Swede. The animation is also slightly different, Private Public wasn't as much of an OnlySaneMan as he would be in the show, the Angry Scientist's speech pattern is more normal than it would be in the show, and Swanky, Lisa Rental, Rentel, and the Plot Device were nowhere to be found.



** "HOLD THE PHONE!" *cut to a little girl holding a phone*

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** "HOLD THE PHONE!" *cut to a little girl Lisa Rentel holding a phone*
30th May '17 5:24:48 PM CanzetTheCoyote
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**Sheep himself also qualifies despite only speaking in bleats.
4th Apr '17 10:48:53 PM NWolfman
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''Sheep in the Big City'' (2000-2002) is an [[CartoonCartoons original animated series]] from Creator/CartoonNetwork, sort of like a smarter WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle. The titular Sheep fled to the titular [[TheCity Big City]] in order to escape the sinister Secret Military Organization, who were seeking him to use in their [[ItRunsOnNonsensoleum sheep-powered]] ray gun. The various episodes revolved around Sheep adjusting to life in the Big City while trying to win over his love interest, Swanky the Poodle, and dodging such foes as General Specific (leader of the secret Military Organization still trying to track Sheep down) and Lady Richington (Swanky's ill-tempered, sheep-hating owner with a stainless steel wig). It was notable for humorous fake advertisements and variety sections before and after real commercial breaks, often being strange non-sequiturs and general weirdness.

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Created by illustrator Mo Willams, ''Sheep in the Big City'' (2000-2002) is an [[CartoonCartoons original animated series]] from Creator/CartoonNetwork, sort was one of like a smarter WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle. the last shows aired as part of Creator/CartoonNetwork's CartoonCartoons.

The titular Sheep fled to the titular [[TheCity Big City]] in order to escape the sinister Secret Military Organization, who were seeking him to use in their [[ItRunsOnNonsensoleum sheep-powered]] ray gun. The various episodes revolved around Sheep adjusting to life in the Big City while trying to win over his love interest, Swanky the Poodle, and dodging such foes as General Specific (leader of the secret Military Organization still trying to track Sheep down) and Lady Richington (Swanky's ill-tempered, sheep-hating owner with a stainless steel wig). It wig).

The show
was notable structured as a sort of ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle'' for the new millennium, featuring humorous fake advertisements and variety sections before and after real commercial breaks, often being strange non-sequiturs and general weirdness.
generally weird.
29th Mar '17 9:00:10 PM Agent_B
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** [[ComicallyMissingThePoint You already said Major Minor, twice...]]
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