Paris and Nicole reach Texas and stay at a farm run by a husband and wife, who, along with their two sons, introduce the girls to a dancing sheep, while the girls introduce the boys to spray tanning.

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Paris and Nicole reach Texas and stay at a farm run by a husband and wife, who, along with their two sons, introduce the girls to a dancing sheep, while the girls introduce the boys to spray tanning.

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14 July 2004 (USA)  »

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Dancing Sheep (#2.6)
27 August 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Paris and Nicole now stay on a farm of a hippie family. They find them weird and creepy and run off with the two sons to a tanning salon.After that they go out to a bar to find the guys some girls, but it doesn't work out. At the end they do some farm work for the family and actually like them.

I really don't know why they found those people creepy at first. I guess another badly developed idea. But I found the episode a bit fun. The family was pretty awesome, so was the dancing sheep and that adorable chicken that came to sleep in their van. Also the jokes they made on that trucker radio at the beginning were pretty funny.


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