Shaun the Sheep

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It's countryside chaos as Shaun The Sheep returns to the small screen with his very own series. Peace in the valley turns to mayhem in the meadow as Shaun leads his flock into all sorts of scrapes and scraps, running rings around sheepdog Bitzer when the Farmer's back is turned.
Starring
John SparkesJustin FletcherKate Harbour
Genres
KidsAnimation
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English

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  1. 1. E10 MOWER MOUTH, E18 WHO'S THE MUMMY, E30 SHAUN THE FARMER
    March 13, 2007
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    10 MOWER MOUTH A pesky goat is tethered in the sheep's field, and threatens to eat all their grass. When it breaks free, Shaun is taken on a ski-ing trip all round the farm 18 WHO'S THE MUMMY Shaun comes across some newly-hatched chicks who think that he is their mum. He soon tires of the little pests and is determined to get rid of them, but how? 30 SHAUN THE FARMER The Farmer is sick in bed, so, with Bitzer playing nurse-maid, it's down to Shaun to handle the daily chores around the farm - with disastrous results.
  2. 2. E05 THE BULL, E14 SCRUMPING, E15 SATURDAY NIGHT SHAUN
    March 15, 2007
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    5 THE BULL When a bull wanders into the sheep's field, Shaun finds out it's a bad idea to make him 'see red'. But then the Naughty Pigs pour some red paint into the sheep dip... 14 SCRUMPING Shaun's attempts to get his hands on some apples from a tree overhanging the Naughty Pigs' yard soon escalates into all-out war between sheep and pigs. 15 SATURDAY NIGHT SHAUN Shaun finds the Farmer's old record player on the dump and organises a rave in the barn. But trouble looms when the Naughty Pigs gate-crash the party...
  3. 3. E11 TAKE AWAY, E21 SHAUN ON THE LOOSE, E31 SHEEP WALKING
    March 14, 2007
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    11 TAKE AWAY The tempting aroma of the Farmer's takeaway inspires Shaun and his pals to go on a mission to the local pizzeria, disguised as a human. 21 SHEEP ON THE LOOSE When the Flock nip off on the bus to the local funfair, it's up to Shaun to convince the Farmer that nothing is wrong until Bitzer can round up the lost sheep. 31 SHEEPWALKING It is a peaceful night at the farm, until Shaun starts to walk in his sleep. The Flock cannot resist their natural instinct to follow, and chaos soon ensues.
  4. 4. E06 THE KITE, E28 CAMPING CHAOS, E29 SAVE THE TREE
    March 12, 2007
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    6 THE KITE The flock think they're in for fun when a kite blows into their field. But it gets stuck in a tree, so it's up to Shaun to find a way to get it down. 28 CAMPING CHAOS An unfriendly camper sets up his tent in the sheep's field. When he goes off exploring, Shaun and the Flock decide to do some exploring of their own. 29 SAVE THE TREE The Farmer wants to turn the tree in Shaun's field into firewood. So the Flock must take desperate measures to stop their beloved tree getting the chop.
  5. 5. E36 THE VISITOR, E36 ABRACADABRA, E40 SHAUN ENCOUNTERS
    September 4, 2007
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    36 THE VISITOR When a strange space craft crash-lands on the farm, Shaun and co. help its little green occupant get air-borne again. 39 ABRACADABRA When the Farmer decides to throw out his magic set, Shaun decides to put on a show - but things get out of hand when the flock start disappearing! 40 SHAUN ENCOUNTERS Two alien kids land at the farm one night and run riot. Can Shaun and Bitzer stop them before they wake the Farmer?
  6. 6. E25 TROUBLESOME TRACTOR, E26 HEAVY METAL SHAUN, E37 HELPING HOUND
    September 12, 2007
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    25 TROUBLESOME TRACTOR The Farmer's tractor won't start, so when his back is turned Shaun and the flock decide to give it a quick make-over. 26 HEAVY METAL SHAUN Shaun thinks the Farmer's new metal detector looks like fun - until it 'detects' the ring on the end of the bull's nose! 37 HELPING HOUND The Farmer decides to get a robotic sheep-dog, but when it turns out to be even stricter than Bitzer, Shaun decides it has to go.
  7. 7. E01 OFF THE BAA, E02 FETCHING, E13 LITTLE SHEEP OF HORRORS
    March 5, 2007
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    1 OFF THE BAA When a cabbage bounces into the field from a passing truck, Shaun decides to use it as a football. But the Naughty Pigs are out to spoil the sheep's game. 2 FETCHING Bitzer falls in love with a she-dog from the local camp site. But when the flock create havoc in the farmhouse, Shaun has to get the sheepdog's mind back on his job. 13 LITTLE SHEEP OF HORRORS Intrigued by a horror film on TV, Timmy wanders into the farmhouse late one night. Shaun's rescue mission convinces the Farmer that the place is haunted.
  8. 8. E07 SHAPE UP WITH SHAUN, E22 BITZER PUTS HIS FOOT IN IT, E23 HICCUPS
    March 7, 2007
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    7 SHAPE UP WITH SHAUN Shirley The Sheep has put on even more weight than usual, so Shaun decides to help her get in shape with a rigorous exercise regime. 22 BITZER PUTS HIS FOOT IN IT The Farmer is laying concrete and Bitzer is left to guard it while it dries. But the wet cement proves too much of a temptation for Shaun and the flock... 23 HICCUPS Shirley drinks Bitzer's fizzy pop and gets a nasty case of hiccups, but none of the cures Shaun tries seems to work. Until the Farmer takes a bath, that is...
  9. 9. E03 BATHTIME, E04 BIG TOP TIMMY, E16 STILL LIFE
    March 5, 2007
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    3 BATH TIME The flock refuse to have a wash in the freezing sheep dip, so Shaun goes on a commando raid to hi-jack the hot water from the Farmer's bath tub. 4 BIG TOP TIMMY A circus sets up in a nearby field, and a spellbound Timmy wanders off to investigate. Can Shaun rescue him before the Farmer notices he's gone? 16 STILL LIFE The Farmer takes up oil painting and is determined to paint a masterpiece. But when his back is turned, Shaun co. decide to have a go.
  10. 10. E19 SHAUN SHOOTS THE SHEEP, E20 FLEECED, E24 WASHDAY
    March 14, 2007
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    19 SHAUN SHOOTS THE SHEEP Shaun finds a camera which some ramblers have dropped, and sets about taking snapshots of the flock - but Bitzer is soon on the trail of the missing camera... 20 FLEECED The Farmer decides it's time to give the flock a shearing. But when they see his first attempt, Shaun and co. plan their escape. 24 WASHDAY Shaun and co.'s hi-jinks with the rotary clothes line end up making the Farmer's washing filthy - so the race is on to get it clean again before he finds out.
  11. 11. E08 BUZZ OFF BEES, E09 TIMMY IN A TIZZY, E17 THINGS THAT GO BUMP
    March 13, 2007
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    8 BUZZ OFF BEES The sheep discover a mysterious buzzing object in their field. Shaun investigates and finds it's full of bees, who make the flock's life a misery. 9 TIMMY IN A TIZZY When the Farmer takes Timmy's favourite sheep-dolly, the little lamb won't stop crying. So Shaun rallies the flock to get it back from Pidsley, the farm cat! 17 THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT One dark and stormy night the flock are unable to sleep. Shaun investigates a series of sinister events only to discover who is really scaring the sheep.
  12. 12. E12 MOUNTAIN OUT OF MOLEHILLS, E32 THE FARMERS NIECE, E33 STICK WITH ME
    March 15, 2007
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    12 MOUNTAINS OUT OF MOLEHILLS The flock are enjoying a boogie when a freshly-dug molehill interrupts their fun. Shaun has to resort to ever more extreme attempts to get rid of the pesky mole. 32 THE FARMER'S NIECE When the Farmer's Niece comes to stay, Shaun and Bitzer soon discover she isn't as cute and adorable as she seems. 33 STICK WITH ME Bitzer glues the Farmer's broken glasses back together - but when the Flock get their hooves on the tube of glue, things start to get very sticky.
  13. 13. E34 IF YOU CAN'T STAND THE HEAT, E35 TIDY UP, E38 SNORE WORN SHAUN
    May 18, 2008
    20min
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    34 IF YOU CAN'T STAND THE HEAT It is a scorching hot day, and the Flock are desperate to cool down in the Sheep Dip. There's only one thing in their way: the sun-bathing Farmer... 35 TIDY-UP The sheep's field is in a mess, and the Farmer tells Bitzer to clean it up - but he makes the mistake of getting Shaun and co. to help. 38 SNORE-WORN SHAUN Shirley's snoring is keeping the flock awake, so Shaun decides that the only way to get a peaceful night's sleep is to get her out of the barn.

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Aardman Animations
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William P. MchaleReviewed in the United States on February 9, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsHighly recommended for the whole family
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This show is in many respects a call back to many of the animated shorts that use to be shown before movies. Each episode is made up of several mini-episodes that are no more than say 5-10 minutes long, for the most part the characters, even the human ones don't speak in any way you can understand, and much of the humor is derived from slapstick. What is truly remarkable about the show is how good-hearted it is. One might expect the sheep (lead by Shaun of course) to have an adversarial relationship with the sheep dog or the farmer, but that is not the case. Sure, they may try to pull the wool over their eyes from time to time, but they also often treat them as friends. The only really consistent adversaries on the show are the pigs, and even they are relatively minor in their villainy. Highly recommended for the whole family. Kids from 3-103 should find something in the show that they will enjoy.
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LaVona E.Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsshaun the sheep helped my little guy at the airport.
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My kids love shaun the sheep, i had never heard of it but they saw him on something else. we had a late long flight and my son is challenged with night seizures that we can acutally stop if we wake him before it is full blown and give his neurons time to "calm down" before he goes to sleep. Well he was falling asleep in the airport and started twitching, we woke him up but it was pretty late and hard to keep him awake. I pulled out my phone and he chose to watch shaun the sheep and watched many episodes which helped him stay awake for a good while and he laughed the whole time he watched. When he did fall asleep he was pretty much able to stay sleep. Thanks shaun the sheep for helping my little boy be seizure free at the airport.
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StephenReviewed in the United States on April 28, 2016
5.0 out of 5 starsA gem amongst background clutter
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In a world of CGI and bottom-of-the-barrel flash animation, it's so nice to see a series that is done completely by hand, frame by agonizing frame. The folks at Aardman Animations use a stop-motion "claymation" technique, moving the plasticine characters one frame at a time. Considering a single second of film is generally 24 frames, you get an idea of the work involved. It's a true labor of love, and it shows... the characters have no dialog, but communicate just fine. And they grow on you, remaining remarkably unremarkable. A good example is the end credits (for the first couple of seasons; I'm still working my way through). It shows Shaun and some of his fellow sheep staring at some random human item while the end credits roll, occasionally glancing up at the viewer and each other. Nothing more, but nothing less, either. They remain true to their character (they ARE sheep, after all), which is strangely comforting. I can't recommend the series enough, and it's moments of laugh-out-loud humor. Enjoy!
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Michael CastReviewed in the United States on January 24, 2015
5.0 out of 5 starsVisit the happiest, and liveliest farm EVER.
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OHHH! Come and meet Shaun the sheep! This meticulously choreographed claymation is the bomb. If you like Wallace and Grommet, you'll love Shaun! Is this an animation about reading writing and arithmetic...wellll, no. Not EXACTLY. But it is full of a master of common sense, Shaun, a smaller than usual sheep with a very large brain that solves crises after crises that his fellow sheep seem to fall afoul of every single episode! Shaun is special. He has a great outlook on life, and he is the epitome of the cool headed peace maker. The farm: okay, Shaun lives on a lovely picturesque farm that we ALL really wish we could escape to...no worries...no rat race...its really great; I'd say in Ireland or Scottland; there are, of course the other sheep (each individual and unique in there own way that you learn to love and expect certain inevitable shenanigans from as rote) there's Bitzer, the sheep dog who is actually Shaun's best friend and they struggle to keep the Farmer from being aware of all the impossibility hilarious escapades that happen right under his nose! There are the three pigs (the bad guys on the farm) always into mischief...but Shaun keeps it all together, but not only together, but he loves to have fun!; Disco at night, (after the Farmer throws out his old phonograph) taking the Farmers truck for a drive...there is just too much "BIG FUNNY" to try to squeeze into the newer-shorter-reviews. This truth? It's just plain fun! Especially if you give yourself time to get to know all the critters. It's always something going on with Shaun and his pals! Pure fun..
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Michael S. KozusznikReviewed in the United States on May 8, 2015
5.0 out of 5 starsAh, just like the " good 'ole days! "
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Excellent animated series for children of all ages. ( I'm 64! ) ----- Now THIS is the type of programming that I find creative, funny, and certainly much more suitable and entertaining for viewers than the much more common " dark " cartoons and animations that are so prevalent today. Gory monsters, zombies, and Satanic looking characters seem to fill our children's minds much more than do wholesome animations such as "Shuan the Sheep " and another series from the UK called " Wallace and Gromit ".
But no, I don't pretend to be gullible enough to believe that " Leave it to Beaver " and shows like " Full House ",
" The Little Rascals " and cartoons like " Foghorn Leghorn " will ever make a comeback.
Too bad for the youth of today ----- they don't know what they've missed.
Call me old fashioned, but, I honestly believe that being fed a constant diet of Satanic, sinister programs that our youth is being exposed to daily via the airwaves of TV and the Internet ( programs and games ) produces children and young adults who cannot think for themselves but more importantly act out their transgressions as they see their " Heros " on TV do ------ with violence!
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By CJs PirateReviewed in the United States on July 27, 2014
5.0 out of 5 starsShaun Does for Sheep What Gromit Had Done for Dogs (and Nick Park for Animation)
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Nick Park created the well received Wallace and Gromit prior to 1990. Following its success, Shaun the Sheep was created by Park. Shaun, much like Gromit, does not speak but uses both facial expression and body language to convey ideas.

In Episode 1, Mower Mouth, a goat, attracts attention from the farmer by chewing through his hanging laundry. In Who's the Mummy, and this is the British version of the word, not Egyptian, Shaun is present at the hatching of eggs and becomes surrogate mother to four chicks. Shaun the Farmer has Shaun covering for the dog who is playing nursemaid to the farmer.

This is great viewing for all ages. This is definitely a program in which parents not only could, but SHOULD, watch with their children to have valuable family-time.
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Barbara J. HammerbeckReviewed in the United States on October 28, 2015
5.0 out of 5 starsWhy I like "Shaun the Sheep" It is quiet.
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When my five-year old great grandson stays with me we watch "Shaun the Sheep". He suggested it and I found it on Amazon/Prime. We watched all the seasons and have started over again. Since he suggested it in the first place he has probably already watched all the seasons. I enjoy it very much. It is quiet!!!! The music is catchy and only now and again does the farmer ever utter a sound. The content has a story. Am not sure if some of it is understood by the kidlets who watch it but that doesn't matter. I am referring to the episode where four chicks attach themselves to one of the sheep. In reality quite a few critters and birds 'imprint' onto the first thing they see when born or hatched. That is what I got from that one but to the kids it is just cute to see the chicks following the sheep all over the place.
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KJagainReviewed in the United States on May 1, 2015
5.0 out of 5 starsNever Too Old To Laugh!
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This adorable series features bright colors and NO WORDS. Yes, the characters just use sounds and body language to convey what is going on, and there is plenty. Quite enough adventures to keep even older kids- and those young at heart- amused. Lots of scenes with the main characters falling into pigpen manure, underwear over the head for the young ones, sheep riding buses to get pizza or creating discos in their barn at night while the hapless farmer sleeps for the older kids. The Faithful dog Bitzer saves the day along with Shaun the sheep in every episode, but it never gets old somehow. I guess the running joke of the animals being smarter than the Farmer and having this "alter life" that he doesn't suspect just shows the really creative writing/ plots. Great fun. You could even show this to people who have english as a second language and while they might not get the nuances the main humor would still be there.Too bad there are not more offerings like this out there for kids and the adults who watch with them!
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