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Parents Guide for
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There are some references, though these are very mild and comedic, and will not be noticed by young viewers.

In one episode, a Christmas cracker is pulled by a man and a woman. A plastic ring flies out of it and lands between the woman's cleavage.

In one episode a man tries to blindly milk a cow. Two other characters are watching, and the older character quickly covers the younger's eyes as we hear the cow yelling.

Quite a lot of very mild slapstick violence, but nothing at all frightening.

The farmer's niece is very cruel to the animals, but does nothing that could frighten.

In one episode, one of the sheep eats a growth potion. This causes him to become supersize, and he starts to cause damage around the farm. The episode has a horror-movie theme throughout, which could frighten very young viewers.

One episode, "Little Sheep of Horrors", is set at night, and has a very eerie horror theme to it. At one point, a sheep appears to be dead as he has fallen asleep with tomato from a pizza all over his face, which is made to look like blood. This episode could scare younger viewers.

There is peril throughout the series, but it is all done in a comedic fashion.


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