Back at the Barnyard

Nickelodeon (ended 2011)
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  • show Description
  • Created by Steve Oedekerk, Back to the Barnyard is the new spinoff on Nickelodeon based on the movie: Barnyard. The series features some of the old characters from the movie as well a few new characters. The series won 2 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Special Class Animated Program and Outstanding Writing in Animation.

  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 33


    Aired 11/12/11

  • S 2 : Ep 32

    Paging Dr. Filly

    Aired 11/5/11

  • S 2 : Ep 31

    Plucky and Me / Pig of the Mole People

    Aired 10/3/11

  • S 2 : Ep 30

    Four Leaf Otis / Cop Cow

    Aired 9/26/11

  • S 2 : Ep 29

    Clown and Out / Clan of the Cave Cow

    Aired 9/19/11

  • Cast & Crew
  • Leigh-Allyn Baker

    Etta [voice]

  • Cam Clarke

    Freddy [voice]

  • Jeffrey Garcia

    Pip [voice]

  • Tino Insana

    Pig [voice]

  • Rob Paulsen

    Peck [voice]

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (104)

    • Ben: Otis, a strong man stands up for himself, a stronger man stands up for others.

    • Otis: That's what you call boy tipping...

    • Otis: Whatever you not eat the--(everyone runs and eats the mini pizzas) All right. I guess they're all right. Snotty: I hope you like them. I made them with love...and FLAMING HOT CHILI SAUCE! (all animals start flipping out) Pip: (not flipping out) Man, you guys are lightweights.

    • Otis: The farmer was just taking care of us.

    • Freddy: It's dark. It's scary. It's filled with evil. Otis: It's not evil. It's a sound system. We get to use it when the farmer's out.

    • Freddy: He seems nice or wait, not nice. What's the word? It's on the tip of my tongue. Oh yeah, dangerously insane!

    • Bessy: Do you not see a chicken glued to my butt?

    • Mrs. Beady: Nathan be more careful, his skin is tender.

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    Notes (45)

    • This movie premiered in theaters on August 4, 2006. It first aired on Nickelodeon on January 19, 2009.

    • In "Chez Pig," the writers censored the secret ingredient by having a chicken cluck as Pig was saying it.

    • We learn that Pig has his own answer mail questions activity.

    • This episode marked the first appearance of Freddy's parents.

    • Just before the credits for "Meet the Ferrets" began to roll, there was a special clip called "Inside the Nicktoons Studio" that featured Chris Hardwick (voice of Otis), who explained how the voices and animation are taped.

    • "Otis' Mom" was dedicated in loving memory of Lee Paulsen. Lee was the mother of Rob Paulsen, who was the voice of Peck the Rooster on the series.

    • This episode premiered at a special time of Monday at 6:00pm (ET) as a part of Nickelodeon's Barnyard Blowout Week.

    • It is revealed in this episode that the Farmer called Otis "Little Squirty" when he was a calf and his favorite food was chocolate-covered cud.

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    Trivia (17)

    • In "Escape from the Barnyard", Otis lifts up the top of the Fry Master Mark IV with no problem the first time he sees it. The second time he tries to open it, there's a new button to push to open it.

    • Duke is nicknamed "Dukie" in this episode by Pip.

    • The band's eye paint was like the band Kiss.

    • The farmer's girlfriend's name is Ivana Shugadaddy, which is obviously another way of saying 'I Want A Sugardaddy'.

    • War of the Pranks: The episode ends in a cliffhanger that reads The End? This is infamously used in plenty other movies and TV shows.

    • Barnyard Games: Peck's "problem" is revealed in this episode. While participating in the games, a number of things happen to him. He gets struck by a meteor a number of times, gets launched like a dart onto a board, and throws a projectile just for it to hit a tree and have it bounce into his face.

    • At the beginning of the wrestling championships "Disaster in the Pasture," Pig is in the audience at the same time he was locked up with Pip.

    • The fish-slapping skit by the Green Man Group is an homage to the 1970s Monty Python's Flying Circus skit.

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    Allusions (110)

    • Title: The Good, The Bad, and the Snotty The title of this episode is a parody of the movie The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.

    • Freddy: You had me at explosive. This is a reference to the quote "You had me at hello" from Jerry Magrire.

    • Mr. Ham-tastic is a parody of the Reed Richards superhero, Mr. Fantastic.

    • Otis: With great cow power, there must also come great cow responsibility! This line from "Cowman and Ratboy" is a reference to the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man, who often says "With great power, there must also come great responsibility."

    • The episode title "Cowman and Ratboy" alludes to the crime-fighting duo, "Batman and Robin."

    • The "Justice Brood" alludes to the team of superheroes called the "Justice League."

    • After being tricked into blasting off into space, Otis manages to return the spaceship to Earth. On the way down, Abby sees the rocket coming toward them, and says, "Look! Up in the sky!," which is part of the theme from the TV show, The Adventures of Superman.

    • Tricked into blasting off into space, Otis manages to return the spaceship to Earth while reporting to the animals on the ground, "We're breaking up!," which is part of the theme from the TV show, The Six Million Dollar Man, whose character suffered injuries from a similar occurrence.

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  • Fan Reviews (80)
  • Could've been cool but has too many issues

    By Gryphon-Guide, Sep 04, 2015

  • It fun to watch regardless of the appearances.

    By EzraTootoo, Jul 08, 2015

  • This was very good.

    By NatT96, Jul 11, 2013

  • its great

    By todd_philips, Aug 27, 2014

  • Pure Entertainment

    By Libr8r31, May 29, 2014