Cow and Chicken

Cow Instincts, Don't It? / Ballerina Cow / I.M. Weasel: I.R. Plant Life

Season 1, Ep 10, Aired 9/9/97
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  • Episode Description
  • Cow's Insticts...Don't It? Cow learns that she has a herding instinct, and soon starts to fit in with other crowds such as flocks of ducks, schools of fish, and the military. She soon learns that she is supposed to herd with other cows, so she does, but soon dislikes it when all the other cows do nothing but stand and eat grass. Ballerina Cow Cow's dream is to be a great ballerina, but her weight makes her a big klutz, and every time she dances, she destroys the house. She is the target of the eyes of recently de-wrecking ball home wrecker, Irving J. Slacksoff (The Red Guy). He makes Cow his new home wrecking act, and her ballerina skills cause her to destroy an entire building. I Am Weasel: "I.R. Plant Life"moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Bill Burnett

  • Seth MacFarlane

  • Richard Pursel

  • Deane Taylor

  • David Feiss

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • The Red Guy: If you take my wrecking ball, you take my livelihood!

    • Dad: Momma, I think Cow has a talent! Mom: Is there a cure for that?

    • Cow: Mister Slacksoff? Red Guy: Yes? Cow: You're standing on my brother.

    • Red Guy: Anybody alive there? Mom: Oh sure we're fine.

    • Dad: Well, dear, sometimes never being ready is the best kind of ready.

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    Notes (2)

    • The little fisherman who ate worms in CIDI, makes another appearance in Pirate Lessons.

    • There's a rare moment in "Ballerina Cow", in which Chicken tries to defend Cow.

    Trivia (3)

    • In "Cow's Instincts...Don't It?", we learn that another favorite dinner of Cow and Chicken's is Meat Pinata.

    • Red Guy's Role: Irving J. Slacksoff

    • The Red Guy's role in this episode is Irving J. Slackoff, but his business card says Irving C. Slacksoff.

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