Shaun the Sheep

Shaun The Sheep. Copyright: Aardman Animations.

Shaun The Sheep

Stop-motion animated children's sitcom by Aardman Animations for CBBC. Wildly popular with not just kids, but adults too

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The Giggle-o

  • Monday 9th November 2009, 1:00am
  • England
  • 1,489 posts

Oh good, I like this. Cheers for the heads up Robert! :)

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Robert D

  • Tuesday 10th November 2009, 9:21pm
  • Blackpool, England
  • 2,258 posts

I'd rather have another Wallace and Gromit short but this is still very good and reasonably funny. I must admit, I even enjoy the Shaun the Sheep spin-off, Timmy Time.

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Lee

  • Tuesday 10th November 2009, 9:51pm
  • Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
  • 36,346 posts

Nick Park, along with Wallace & Gromit were childhood heroes of mine. Not seen this though, but I bet it's decent. :)

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Robert D

  • Tuesday 10th November 2009, 10:36pm
  • Blackpool, England
  • 2,258 posts

Think silent comedy with a mix of adult and child humour. The quality of the program is brilliant, as is (as mentioned before) Timmy Time - a pre-school program. Same humour again.

*Worships Aardman*

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Chappers

  • Tuesday 10th November 2009, 10:47pm
  • Surreyish., England
  • 30,706 posts
Quote: Leevil @ November 10 2009, 4:51 PM GMT

Nick Park, along with Wallace & Gromit were childhood heroes of mine.


That does make me feel old!

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Lee

  • Tuesday 10th November 2009, 10:49pm
  • Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
  • 36,346 posts

It was 20 years ago, but then again, that is a small blip in your life time. Pleased

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zooo

  • Tuesday 10th November 2009, 10:50pm
  • United Kingdom
  • 69,189 posts

Does Vic Reeves still sing the theme tune?

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Robert D

  • Tuesday 10th November 2009, 11:15pm
  • Blackpool, England
  • 2,258 posts

I believe so.

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AndreaLynne

  • Wednesday 11th November 2009, 7:19am
  • Finger Lakes region of NY, United States
  • 5,220 posts

My kids watch this every morning while getting ready for school. It's great!

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David Carmon

  • Wednesday 11th November 2009, 8:34am
  • Cheshire, England
  • 2,030 posts

i used to make sure I always watched it, I could laugh out loud, louder than any sitcom this decade can manage, give it half hour episodes and put it on primetime. Ratings would be through the roof