Hello folks, and welcome to the Obscure Cartoon Spotlight! Why am I doing this week's Obscure Cartoon Spotlight here at the Cartoon Network Forums instead of the General Animation Forums? It's simple, this week's obscure cartoon originated from Cartoon Network. It'd be wrong to put it elsewhere. This week's obscure cartoon is a little something that a dedicated Cartoon Cartoon fan would know, rather than kids who watch Cartoon Network today. The Obscure Cartoon Spotlight goes to: Sheep in the Big City! I know I should of waited a month from now for Sheep's 10th Anniversary, but I know you guys wouldn't mind otherwise. Sheep in the Big City was a comedic cartoon series that first aired in November 2000 on Cartoon Network and lasted 2 seasons with 27 episodes. Proud Creator: Mo Willems Sheep in the Big City was about a Sheep fed up with living the farm-life and wanted to reside in the Big City. However, General Specific of the Secret Military Organization had an evil plan to use Sheep in his new invention, the Sheep-Powered Ray Gun (which oddly had had a sheep-shaped hole in it). Since then, Sheep has been on the lam(b) from the General and his vile henchmen, Private Public, the Angry/Mad Scientist, loads of other military-types, and General Specific's beloved Plot Device. With being in the Big City, Sheep had to come to grips with city life along with attempting romance with his lovelife, Swanky the Poodle. The series does come packed with unwelcome characters including Farmer John (Sheep's original owner who has plans on recapturing Sheep), Lisa Rental (a annoying, deviant young gal who think Sheep's a "cutesy wootsy dog" and wants to own Sheep very badly), and Lady Virginia Richington (Swanky's owner who ironically despises Sheep), among others. Sheep's creator Mo Willems was also the head writer for Seasons 1 to 4 of Mr. Tom Warburton's (one of Willems' colleagues from Sheep in the Big City) cartoon creation, Codename: Kids Next Door. Also, Sheep did manage to sneak a cameo in Codename: KND within Numbuh 3's cutesy plushie collection in the first season of that show. Read Sheep's Wikipedia Article here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheep_in_the_Big_City Learn more about Sheep in the Big City at the Cartoon Network Fridays Fansite: http://www.nickandmore.com/archive/fridays/sheep.html I hope you enjoyed this piece of obscureness, don't forget to vote on how you liked Sheep in the Big City, and I'll see you next week (more likely at a forum outside of the CN forums)! Thanks for the Sheep in the Big City smilies! They really made my OCS this week stand out!