Sheep in The Big City
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Sheep in The Big City is a 2000 short-lived animated series on Cartoon Network. It was created by Mo Willems.
Tired of life on the farm, a Sheep decides to move into the big city.
Why It Rocks
- An idea about a Sheep living life in the city is a pretty original idea for a show
- Funny antagonist such as General Pacific and Private Public.
- Sheep is a likable and funny protagonist.
- Well thought of episode plots.
- The show's art style is in Mo William's signature art style that he use in his children's' books like his world famous “Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus!”
- It inspired Shaun The Sheep.
- Cool theme opening.
- Hilarious names for the characters. For example, General Specific and Private Public both have oxymoronic names, and Lisa Rental is a parody of "lease a rental".
- Some unlikable characters like Lady Richington.
- There is only one bad episode called Mistaken Identi-Sheep
- Ben Plotz' (the narrator of the show) complaining can be pretty annoying and irritating