Sheep in the Big City

Season 1 Episode 2

Be Still My Bleating Heart

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Aired Unknown Nov 17, 2000 on Cartoon Network
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Be Still My Bleating Heart
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Sheep falls in love with a poodle called Swanky, and coincidentally, Swanky's owner hates sheeps.

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James Edmund Godwin

James Edmund Godwin

the voice of Farmer John / Private Public

Mo Willems

Mo Willems

the voice of the Angry Scientist

Ken Schatz

Ken Schatz

the voice of Ben Plotz (the Narrator) / Great Scott / Oxymoron Spokesman

Kevin Seal

Kevin Seal

the voice of Sheep / General Specific / the Ranting Swede

Stephanie D'Abruzzo

Stephanie D'Abruzzo

the voice of Lady Richington / Swanky / Lisa Rental / the Plot Device

Christine Walters

Christine Walters

the voice of Wonderful Boy / Sandra / Billy

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Ranting Swede: It-a makes me so mad! (takes out a meatball) Why do people call these meatballs? (throws the meatball off-screen) They're not balls! (starts bouncing a basketball) A ball, you can play with! A ball is fun, and bouncy, bouncy, bouncy! (takes out the meatball again) This, it just goes to pieces if you try to hit it with a tennis racket! It doesn't even hurt if you kick it! (the meatball splatters on the floor, and he kicks it) These are meat-LUMPS! These are lumps, not balls (a beach ball appears, and he throws them off-screen) I can't understand it! (saddening up) And it's my own people doing this. I hang my head in shame.

    • General Specific (over the phone): We'll be right over!
      (doorbell rings and Lady Richington answers it)
      Lady Richington: How did you get here so fast?
      General Specific: We used the plot device!
      Plot Device: Hello!

    • Ben Plotz: Suddenly, Sheep hears a voice, a voice that will change his live forever!
      Random Guy: Peanuts, get your peanuts here.
      Ben Plotz: Sorry, not that one, the next one, coming up.
      Lady Richington: Come along, Swanky.

    • General Specific: Private Public, try to find me something for these inexplicable memory lapses I've been having.
      Private Public: I'll get on it, sir.
      General Specific: Thank you. Oh yes, and try to find me something for these inexplicable memory lapses I've been having.
      Private Public: Right away, sir.

    • General Specific: Private Public, I have this nefarious desire to capture that sheep, but I can't remember why.
      Private Public: Maybe you should check the pilot script, sir.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Scooby & Shaggy

      When Private Public and the other soldiers' shadows are seen walking on the wall of the warehouse, the last two shadows look like Scooby and Shaggy's from the Scooby-Doo cartoons.

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