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Timmy In A Tizzy
Timmy Tizzy 2 dolls
    Basic Information
Series

1

Broadcast number

4

Written by

Oliver Jean-Marie

Storyboards by

Barry Caldwell

Directed by

Oliver Jean-Marie

    Broadcast Information
CBBC Channel

August 29, 2006

     Episode Guide
Previous
"Shape Up with Shaun"
Next
"Scrumping"

Timmy In A Tizzy is the fourth episode in Series 1 of Shaun the Sheep.

Episode SummaryEdit

The episode starts when Timmy was crying during the night looking for his teddy bear. Shaun finds his teddy bear and gives it to him.

The next day, Timmy play with his teddy bear, then The Farmer walks over and takes his teddy bear (which Timmy placed on the ground) and Timmy tries to stop him, but the Farmer just pats Timmy on the head and walks away with the teddy bear. Timmy starts crying, so Shaun gives Timmy a scrappy teddy bear he found in the dump, but Timmy doesn't like it and keeps crying. Shaun decides to get the bear back, since that's the only way Timmy will stop crying. Meanwhile, the Farmer takes the bear into his his house and shows it to Pidsley. Then the Farmer falls asleep holding the bear. Shaun and the flock enter the Farmer's house and Shaun takes the teddy bear from the sleeping Farmer, but Pidsley sees them and blocks the way out. Shaun throws a ball of yarn at him, causing him to start playing with yarn instead of trying to stop the sheep. Shaun and the flock leave the house and give the teddy bear back to Timmy. However, now Timmy wants to play with the scrappy teddy bear, which means that Shaun and his friends basically wasted their time getting the teddy bear. The episode then ends.

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • This is the first episode where Bitzer makes no form of an appearance.
  • This was Pidley's first appearance.

Characters Edit

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