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Baa-Baa 

After Josh reluctantly takes the task of finding a man and his wife's pet ewe, he becomes the butt of many jokes in the community while cattlemen nearly hang him when he mentions sheep. His only clue is a gold bell the ewe wore.

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Josh Randall
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Helen Goode
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George Goode
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Watkins
Gerald Milton ...
Moose
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Jeff
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Hazel
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Pedro Hernandez (as Gonzales Gonzales)
Frank Gerstle ...
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Larry
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Josh is asked by George Goode to meet him at his home for a job. His wife had a pet ewe named Baa-Baa on whom she doted to the exclusion of him. Fed up, he took the ewe to a remote location and left her. His wife now dressed in black won't have anything to do with him. He is willing to pay a high sum to get the pet ewe back but Josh wants nothing to do with the job. However, when George tells his wife Helen that Josh is taking the job, Josh finds it hard to turn down - especially when George gives Josh a huge down payment. The only clues they can give Josh besides the location where Baa-Baa was left is a picture of her with them and the fact she wore a gold bell. Josh starts searching finding a shepherd with a few sheep followed by a confrontation at gunpoint when he tells a cattleman he is looking for a sheep. The man refuses to listen to him. He returns to the shepherd who it turns out has 400 sheep but Josh strikes out. In town his girlfriend Hazel won't talk to him and he is the ... Written by Anonymous

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4 January 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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This Is Just Plain B-a-a-a-a-a-d
15 November 2010 | by See all my reviews

What was going through the writers' heads on this one? Who knows? This has to be, by far, the looniest episode in the three-year history of this fine television show. Well, every once in a while - not too often, thankfully - the writers went for a comedy maybe just for something different. Whatever....this one is almost too corny for description.

A married couple, a wimpy man and his mentally-deranged wife, hire Josh to find their lost sheep, "Baa-Baa," whom the woman is extremely attached to and has been wearing black as a sign of mourning ever since the sheep disappeared a week ago. That should tell you something.

Josh wants no part of this goofy assignment, but somehow gets roped into it. The jokes fall flat and I was almost embarrassed for McQueen having to be a part of this lame effort at comedy.


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