Shaun the Sheep - DVD Review

DVD SYNOPSIS

Get ready for farm-fresh fun and laughter with Shaun the Sheep and his barnyard buddies, as they set the scene for more mayhem on the farm. Laugh out loud as Shaun tries to outfox a fox, Bitzer discovers his jazzy side, and the sheep try to sell everything on the farm to the highest bidder. Shaun and his friends deliver seven hilarious adventures full of animal antics that will make the whole family cock-a-doodle doo!

Episodes include:

  • Foxy Laddie: A fox arrives at the farm, disguising himself as a handsome ram to infiltrate the flock and eat Timmy! All the lady sheep are beguiled by this charming new arrival – especially Shirley. Shaun becomes suspicious when the fox’s cunning disguise begins to fail.

  • Whistleblower: Bitzer loses his precious whistle and tests out the Farmer’s trumpet as a replacement. Before long, the power of the trumpet goes to his head and his fanfares and jazz-styled bugling drives the flock around the bend.

  • Frantic Romantic: The Farmer is trying to impress his new date by cooking her a romantic dinner. Unfortunately, the Farmer can’t cook and Bitzer is a useless maître d'. Can Shaun and the flock save the day when they take over the catering behind the scenes?

  • Who’s the Caddy: The Farmer discovers his old golf clubs and decides to knock a few balls around in the field, instantly putting his back out. Shaun takes the opportunity to learn how to play while Bitzer, who desperately wants to show off his golfing prowess, is forced to tend to his injured master inside the house.

  • Everything Must Go: The Farmer has set up a stall by the side of the road, selling produce from the garden. He leaves Bitzer in charge for the day. But lazy Bitzer soon gets bored and gives Shaun the job while he puts his feet up by the pool. Shaun proves to be a much better salesman than Bitzer and the flock is only too happy to get stuck in selling pretty much all of the Farmer’s worldly possessions!

  • In the Doghouse: When Bitzer’s kennel is accidentally destroyed he hopes the Farmer will replace it with a new deluxe model. But when he sees his master’s clumsy attempt to build a new kennel, Bitzer is so horrified he packs his bags and leaves home. Shaun hopes to tempt Bitzer to return with the kennel of his dreams.

  • Cock-a-Doodle Shaun: The rooster is missing and there’s no one to wake up the farm. When Shaun discovers the rooster has been snatched by the greedy fox, he sets off with Bitzer on a daring rescue mission. Will they get the rooster back in time to wake up the rest of the farm?

My thoughts on this particular DVD:
I am a bit confused on this one!
We just received Shaun the Sheep; Animal Antics for review.
Now, I had never heard of this before...
It comes on Disney Channel, so that really surprises me!
It must be on opposite one of Broxton's shows!
Either way...
I am still a bit lost.
Then again, I am almost 32, not a toddler.
Broxton watched with serious focus, I tried to follow.

Have you seen this before?
Basically, Shaun the sheep is the smart one on the farm.
There is a man that owns it, who you never see doing any type of farm work.
He has a dog that seems to take advantage of the sheep, that results in the dog lounging away while the sheep work!
That one sheep, Shaun...
He is a smart one and always seems to solve everything.
But, there is NO TALKING.
Ha!!! Maybe it can teach Broxton he doesn't have to talk 24-7, but then again...
I am his mom, and his maw-maw is his maw-maw, so he gets it honest!
:)
As I said, Broxton liked it..
So, it must work!

Tell me, have you seen this show before?

Available for purchase on DVD July 26, 2011.

FTC Compliant Review Policy: The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

Comments

  1. I don't know what to say. This sounds like something little ones would like.

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  2. This little cartoon is popular in my house. Even our dog loves watching Shaun The Sheep :)

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  3. It is one of my husbands favourite. I love the humor too, my son is 3 and a half and is just starting to get it.
    Back in England it is broadcasted on a kids and not toddlers channel. I believe it is aimed towards 6 and older crowd. We are very happy Netflix has it on demand.

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  4. Critter used to watch it when he was a little olde than Broxton, it still confuses me to this day but it distracted him so as long as I got a few minutes off babysitting it was all good

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