Back at the Barnyard

Season 1 Episode 18

Brave Udders

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Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Jul 23, 2008 on Nickelodeon
5.9
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When Otis receives a threatening letter from a bully from his childhood, the animals rally to assist him in confronting the hostility.

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  • Uh...

    4.0
    I didn't really like this episode, an old bully named Krebs from Otis's childhood comes to visit, which gets Otis scared. So when the barnyard offers to help, they end up getting bullyed. At the end, it turns out he only wanted to apologize to Otis for what happened back in his childhood. I felt like this episode was a waste of 11 minutes after watching it for the first time. In fact, the only parts I laughed at were when Krebs interrupted the "Ask Dr. Pig" segments and bullyed Pig, the running gag of Otis jumping through the well, and at the end when the barnyard animals bully Otis when another childhood bully is coming along. This episode was just as bad as "Otis Season" and I didn't enjoy it that much.



    FINAL GRADE: D+moreless
Maurice LaMarche

Maurice LaMarche

Crow #1 [voice], Crow #2 [voice]

Guest Star

Thomas F. Wilson

Thomas F. Wilson

Krebs [voice]

Guest Star

Dom Irrera

Dom Irrera

Duke [voice]

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The letter Otis received from Krebs addressed to "Oedeville, USA" was a shout-out to series creator and executive producer, Steve Oedekerk.

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  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Rocko's Modern Life

      This episode is similar to the Rocko's Modern Life episode, "Wimp on the Barbie" when Rocko's childhood bully comes, Rocko gets ready to fight him, but the bully just wants to say he is sorry like the ending to this episode.

    • Krubs: Here's Krubsy!

      This is a parody of the famous scene with the "Here's Johnny" line from the movie The Shining.

    • Pig: Behind the duck?
      Otis: No, not behind the duck. He is the duck.

      This is an allusion to Monty Python and the Holy Grail where Tim the Enchanter tries to warn King Arthur and his men about the "Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog" but he and his men don't believe Tim.

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