YMMV / Back at the Barnyard

  • Adaptation Displacement: Movie? What movie?
    • Subverted in a lot of cases, considering the movie was a popular summer blockbuster when it came out, and was frequently talked about on Nick prior to its release.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome: The use of Tom Petty's "I Won't Back Down" in the movie. Sung by Ben's voice actor Sam Elliot but easily (and often) mistaken for Johnny Cash, who also recorded the song.
    • "Wild 'n' Free" by Rednex.
    • "You Broke My Heart So I Burned Down Your Farm"
    • "Bionic Janitor"
    • The Ominous Latin Chanting in "Hypno-A-Go-Go" is bound to send chills down your spine.
  • Ear Worm: Bigfoot is 8 foot 10, He taught us to love again....
    • "Well, you broke my heart, so I burned down your farm!"
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Bigfoot.
    • and a random goat.
    • Also, there's Freddy.
    • MOOSESHARK
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: When "Weird Al" Yankovic guest stared in the episode "Get Bessy", the big twist was that he's actually a horse in disguise. He has since become a guest star on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
  • Moral Event Horizon:
    • Baxter was an unlikeable little jerk to begin with, but he crosses this in "Puppy Love" where he plots to marry Duke's sister, then kick his family's various buckets to take his family's fortune of golden dog bones.
    • In "Pig Amok", Brunnhilda, Pig's arranged wife, is always seen berating and insulting Pig (who is too love struck to care) with no redeeming qualities to boot, but it's when she laughs at Otis' supposed death by "broccoli poisoning" that you know she's over the line.
    • Winky the ghost rabbit pretty much trying to fling the protagonists into Hell for exorcising his fellow ghost pets and declaring that if he can't have their bodies then they can't either. Fortunately, Otis comes in to save the day.
  • Most Annoying Sound: Dear GOD, Snotty Boy! Could you just shut up for five minutes?
  • Narm:
  • Shipping: Otis and Abby
  • Suspiciously Similar Song: The title card theme for Hypno-A-Go-Go (which also plays throughout the episode) sounds rather similar to The Graveyard(o)_(o).
  • The Woobie: the farmer and Nathan.
    • In some episodes of the series, Freddy counts as an Iron Woobie. Particularly in "Meet The Ferrets" and "Fowl Play".

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