Shaun the Sheep / 超级无敌羊咩咩介绍
这是由Wallace & Gromit的制作公司和BBC合作创做的一个儿童短片集，面一个对话也没有，好玩。每集只有5分钟的样子，但尽显Wallace & Gromit的一贯风格。场景是非常非常英国的一个农场，细节做得可爱之极。‘人物’包括Shaun，它的羊群伙伴，没太多权威的牧羊狗，三只淘气的小猪，和有点笨的农场主人。Shaun和伙伴尽职吃草之余，很爱搞些兴趣爱好活动，拿卷心菜当足球踢，自发水彩画课程，等等等等。羊们常有些异想天开的主意，三只小猪又以捣蛋为己任，所以闯祸是在所难免。
剧情很搞笑，充满格式的幽默，如同我们的生活一样，羊群们的生活中每天也有各式各样的新鲜事儿发生，需要思考跟智慧，同样会创生出无数的幽默细胞，shaun the sheep 就是这样的一部，适合所有年龄段的人们，想锻炼笑肌的人尤其受用。~
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Shaun the Sheep is a British stop-motion animated children's television series produced by Aardman Animations, first aired in the UK on
CBBC in March 2007.
A premise of the series is that Shaun the sheep exhibits human intelligence, creativity, and behaviour in a barnyard, which usually provides a situational comedy conflict which Shaun must resolve before the end of each episode. Recurring themes include the characters evading the sheepdog Bitzer and avoiding discovery by the Farmer. In the first episode, a stray cabbage bouncing into the field provokes an impromptu football game. In the second episode, a freezing cold sheep dip sends Shaun on a commando raid to get hot water from the Farmer’s bathtub.
Episodes are a combination of slapstick and classic silent comedy in Aardman’s recognisable animation style. There is no spoken dialogue, even by human characters. In this way it is reminiscent of early silent comedy films and even Pingu.
Shaun the Sheep has an inquisitive, mischievous nature which distinguishes him from the other sheep, and leads him into tricky situations from which he usually recovers. He is popular, and is a natural leader. He is also a moral character who will try to "make things right".
Bitzer is the long-suffering sheepdog who watches the flock. His dimmish owner never notices the flock is anything but normal, and Bitzer tries to keep it that way. He tolerates antics, but steps in if things get out of hand. Bitzer acts as foreman, checking the sheep into and out of the field and lunching with a flask of tea and sandwiches. However, Bitzer never misses an opportunity to take it easy, which gives the animals opportunity for mischief. The relationship between Bitzer and the animals is essentially friendly, and he seems to be friends with Shaun, but not to the extent of abandoning his duties. Bitzer will do anything when he is offered a game of
"Fetch". He also enjoys listening to electronic music on his MP3 player.
A character designed by a Blue Peter competition winner, XX2000 Robot Dog, will replace Bitzer in one episode.
The Farmer is a solitary and plain figure, who tends to his smallholding farm with loyal Bitzer. He goes about his business expressing little emotion except the occasional burst of frustration when things go wrong, or an air of bemusement at the results of some of Shaun’s antics. He is enthusiastic about new technology.
Like all the human characters in the series, we see him from the animals’ point of view and his speech comes across as a series of grunts and mumbles. He is unaware that his farmyard charges are anything other than normal animals.
The Flock are typical sheep, content to spend the day chewing the cud until Shaun gets an idea into his head, when they will easily follow his lead. They are an enthusiastic audience for Shaun, but are clumsy, easily frightened and not bright, which undermines Shaun’s exploits. While the flock mainly acts as a unified entity, some characters stand out within the group:
Shirley is so much bigger than the other sheep that she has to be pushed from place to place and can eat just about anything that comes her way. She is useful as a trampoline, a battering ram and her capacious fleece provides a hiding place for unlikely items.
Timmy is an adorable baby lamb who sucks a dummy and gets into dangerous situations. He loves teddy bears and will cry if he is without them. He likes pizza, and only has one tooth.
Timmy's Mother wears curlers in her hair, and is a bit careless about maternal duties. But when her offspring goes astray, she is inconsolable until he is safely back in her care.
The Naughty Pigs are housed in a yard next to the field, and are the bane of the sheep's life. Mocking, cantankerous, greedy and generally lazy, they still find time to disrupt Shaun’s schemes.