Cow and Chicken (1995–2004)

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Two episodes were written by members of David Feisse's family. "Me an' My Dog" was written by his wife, Pillar. "Black Sheep of the Family" was written by his son, David Feiss Jr. (Though he was uncredited) See more »

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Red Guy: Mister Hiney, that's my name...
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Red Guy: Deal with it!
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Referenced in The Sugarcube Critic: Griffon the Brush-Off (2014) See more »

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Cow and Chicken
Music by Guy Moon
Lyrics by David Feiss
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Why aren't there any new episodes?
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I am a big fan of COW AND CHICKEN. I have been watching it ever since it first premiered in 1997. As soon as I saw the series premiere, I became hooked to it. My friends and I would talk about it non-stop. I continued to watch it. Then after a bunch of new episodes, there wasn't any new ones. I have seen each episode probably about ten times each. It's a great show and it's a shame that there have not been new episodes in a long time. Unlike many of the other animated shows on television these days, COW AND CHICKEN is a show that both kids and adults will enjoy. It is a little more crude then the other shows on Cartoon Network, but that is what makes it so good. It's not afraid too push the limits. This show should be more popular because it really is really entertaining. I hope that sometime soon Cartoon Network puts some episodes out on DVD. The only thing better than that would be if there is a COW AND CHICKEN movie!!


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