Endangered LiaisonsEndangered Liaisons (2009) Season 2 Episode 207-B- Back At The Barnyard Cartoon Episode Guide
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- Nickelodeon Animation Studios, Omation Animation Studio
- Animated Characters: Otis the Cow, Bessy the Bovine, Pip the Mouse, Freddy the Ferret, Peck the Rooster, Pig the Pig, Duke the Dog, Abby the Cow, Mr. Beady, Mrs. Beady.
- First Aired in 2009.
- Episode Number: 207-B
- Running Time: 15 minutes.
- Season: 2
Cartoon Production Information:
Based on the 2006 Paramount Pictures animated feature film "Barnyard: The Original Party Animals."
Otis and his gang of fun-loving farm animals move from the big screen to Nickelodeon television. The series follows the adventures of a group of party animals who live colorful lives undetected by the humans living around them.
Picking up a few years after the feature film left off, "Back At The Barnyard" chronicles the animal shenanigans that take place in the barnyard when the farmer's back is turned. The series centers around a carefree party cow named Otis, who has recently become the patriarch of the farm. He is driven by an endless need for fun and frivolity while avoiding close calls with humans and other threats to the animals' unconventional way of life. Raised on the farm but wild at heart, Otis has an insatiable zeal for laughter, happiness and the pursuit of a good time, though these schemes of having "human fun" often leave him and his friends in a jam. But his responsible side ultimately wins, and Otis does the right thing, remaining a true leader to his barnyard friends. He and his band of malcontents, including his best friend Pip, sassy smart-mouthed cow Bessy and loyal-to-a-fault Pig, will stop at nothing to squeeze every last drop of fun out of their time in the barnyard.
Each 30-minute episode consists of two cartoons.
Working title of series: "Barnyard."
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