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Saturday Night Shaun is the tenth episode in series 1 of Shaun the Sheep.

Sypnosis Edit

Shaun and the sheep use the Farmer's old music for the dance party inside the barn.

Saturday Night Shaun
Saturday Night Shaun title card
    Basic Information
Series

1

Broadcast number

10

Written by

Julie Jones

Storyboards by

Sylvia Bennion

Directed by

Christopher Sadler

    Broadcast Information
CBBC Channel

9 March 2007

Disney Channel US

3 May 2007

International Debut

5 December 2009
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    Merchandise
iTunes Release

2 December 2015

     Episode Guide
Previous
"The Bull"
Next
"The Kite"

Episode Summary Edit

The episode begins with Shaun and the sheep find the record player. Timmy wants to ride it and he spins out of control and falls into his mother's arms. The record lands on it and the flock gets scared and the pigs get angry. Shaun sets up a party and Bitzer invites the flock, Mower Jenny Mouth, Pidsley, a duck and the chicken, but the pigs are not invited. Shaun is the DJ. Shirley is kicked out for trying to eat the records. She later eats a music player. Shaun rips off his wool to reveal a vest underneath and the pigs arrive and start break dancing. But then Bitzer barks at them causing them to run away back to their homes. The next day Shirley starts playing music and flock starts dancing and Shaun has his vest on. Then, the episode ends.

Characters Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The title of the episode is a parody of Saturday Night Live.
  • Pidsley does a dance similar to the robot dance.
  • The pizza delivery boy is shown to be the postman in this episode.
  • The music when Shaun and the Flock dance will be heard again in "Mountains Out of Molehills."

Gallery Edit

Saturday Night Shaun title card

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