Mistaken Identi-Sheep (Sheep in The Big City)
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Mistaken Identi-Sheep is the twelfth episode of Sheep in the Big City.
A sheep-like creature robs the town, while Sheep is blamed.
Why It Sucks
- This is literally a Sheep torture episode.
- The episode heavily relies on the cliché and worrying trope of the innocent character getting wrongfully blamed despite no wrongdoings and the bad character getting away scot-free.
- All of the Big City citizens are very unlikable, they blame Sheep and think he's the sheep-like creature.
- The Bank owner and Supermarket owner (both played by Greedy McGreedGreed) were idiotic and unlikable characters.
- Even Lady Richington is unlikable, she doesn't care about the bank or the supermarket but she cares more about her home.
- Speaking of Lady Richington's home, She mistakes Sheep for the one who stole her house and calls the police to arrest Sheep.
- Ben Plotz (the narrator of the series) was also hateable until the middle, he accuses Sheep for robbing the store and calls him a "Very Guilty Sheep" when he flies out of the store.
- Nobody would let Sheep figure out who is the real sheep-like creature.
- Sheep never got his name cleared, instead, he gets arrested for the crimes he didn't do.
- The Big City never found out Sheep was innocent.
- The sheep-like creature was actually Swanky! And nobody found out, not even her owner.
- No one, not even Swanky, gets their comeuppance for what they did to Sheep.
- Very bland title for this episode.
- The ending was good because Swanky did this for a reason, she actually frames Sheep so he can be the one stolen from the rich and give to the poor.
- In the after ending credits, the Big City still thinks Sheep is guilty but they think he learns his lesson and never does it again.
- At least the Idea of Sheep getting framed for something he didn't do was a creative idea.