Wild West C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa

ABC (ended 1994)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 13

    The Wild Wild Pest

    Aired 12/11/93

  • S 2 : Ep 12

    The Fastest Filly in the West

    Aired 12/4/93

  • S 2 : Ep 11

    The Down Under Gang

    Aired 11/27/93

  • S 2 : Ep 10

    The Cracklin Kid

    Aired 11/20/93

  • S 2 : Ep 9

    Skull Duggery Rides Again

    Aired 11/13/93

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jeff Bennett

    voice of Cowlorado Kid

  • Jim Cummings

    voice of Dakota Dude, Saddlesore Scorpion, Skull Duggery

  • Kay Lenz

    Cowlamity Kate Cudster

  • Pat Fraley

    Marshal Moo Montana

  • Charity James

    Lily Bovine

  • show Description
  • Welcome to the Wild West C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa guide at TV Tome.Wild West C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa revolves around animals turned anthropomorphic after Moo Mesa is hit by a comet. Since Cowtown is run by the evil Mayor Bulloney, Moo Mesa is just crawling with criminals. Its only hope is the C.O.W. Boys, Marshal Moo Montana and his deputies Dakota and Cowlorado. These three along with the help of a few others fight the evil of Moo Mesa and uphold the Code of the West. Theme Song: Comet raised a mesa to the western skies. With the sound of a thousand cattle drives. A chosen few would see the light and fight the wrong with right. Up on the mesa High above the clouds There's a world apart from all the rest. On Moo Mesa live the real cowboys standing up for law and order and livin' by The Code of the West. Cleanin' up the territory Keepin' evil on its toes Takes a different breed of riding, roping, brave heroes. On Moo Mesa live the real cowboys standin' up for law and order And livin' by The Code of the West. On Moo Mesa!moreless

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (15)

    • Bat Blastagun's voice is based on Jack Nicholson.

    • Did not air on Sep. 1, but the system would not display the 1992 without a date.

    • The first series of "Wild West C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa" comic books were based on this episode.

    • In courtroom, Puma was unable to distinguish Sheriff Terrorbull from Saddlesore and Boothill when all them were wearing Sheriff's uniforms.

    • After the town was no longer dried up, Mayor Bulloney had to use the money he got from his scheme to pay for all the tools he bought to make sure nobody else would dig a well.

    • This is the only time Moo and his friends go to Sheriff Terrorbull's new home town.

    • The tools Mayor Bulloney was sell are probably the ones he bought in "Westward, Whoa"

    • The eyes of the hypnosis victims looked like Boothill's eves. This must have something to do with him not being hypnotized.

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    Trivia (3)

    • While getting dressed, Cody reveals that unlike Moo Montana and other similar characters, he has plantigrade (human like) feet with hooves for toes and not hooves for feet which Moo and others have. This helps explain why Cody and other Mesa residents are able to wear Human footwear: they are built for them naturally.

    • This is the first time that Cody is shown living with Miss Lily Bovine. Previously, it was implied.

    • When Mayor Bulloney tells Boothill to keep the hoax for more time, he says he'll write a letter to his congressman as soon as he learns how to write. If Boothill is illiterate, how could he impersonate a teacher in "School Days"?

    Allusions (2)

    • A Snake in Cow's Clothing: This episode title is an obvious variation of the old saying "A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing"

    • How the West was Shrunk: This episode title is a variation for "How the West was Won"

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • I Thoroughly Enjoyed It

    By bgnteen, Jul 07, 2013

  • a cartoon I would like to see come on telly again

    By Kieranmay, Dec 05, 2005