It is haircut day for the flock, but the Farmer's styling attempts inspire the flock to make a break for it.

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It is haircut day for the flock, but the Farmer's styling attempts inspire the flock to make a break for it.

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'The Great Escape' - Part II (Sheep Version)
22 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yikes, you'd think these sheep had never been shorn before. They react i horror after the first one gets "fleeced" by the farmer (behind closed doors, to increase the horror of it all!!!) After that, the story develops and that is, how do we (the sheep) get out of this predicament!

They sabotage the farmer's shears and while the farmer is trying to fix them, the real fun starts. They hatch a plot to escape from the barn before the farmer gets back. If you're familiar with the 1963 WWII classic film, "The Great Escape," you'll appreciate what you see.

The ending, however, is a different one and a happier one that that 47-year-old feature film....and a strange one, especially for poodle lovers! You are guaranteed to laugh at the sheep at the end of this episode.


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