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In this week's episode, we're talking farms and sheeps and the great outback with the 2006 New Zealand horror comedy "Black Sheep," not to be confused with the extremely popular American 1996 non-horror comedy of the same name. Special topics for your consideration include: environmental activist conspiracy theories, farm talk from two people who know next to nothing about farming, the absolute joy that comes from watching a sheep drive a truck, the fact that the plural of 'sheep' is ABSOLUTELY 'sheeps' and an extremely special musical number at the end of the episode-- stick around for it! Into horror films from New Zealand? May we recommend Episode 78- "Housebound" and Episode 195- "What We Do in the Shadows," both of which were movies that we absolutely loved?
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