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An Ill Wind is the 77 episode of the second series of Shaun the Sheep.

Plot

The farmer feels shocked after he receives a big electricity bill. Then, The farmer decides to build a homemade wind turbine. The farmer has an idea and decides to make his source of electricity the wind turbine's movement. However the wind turbine's movement makes noises.That night, the flock decides to turn it into a futuristic fairground ride after Shaun accidentally almost fell on it while trying to oil an annoying squeak and Timmy joined it. The Farmer and Bitzer start watching a black and white hurdles tournament, the flock tries to power the television but it always fails. Their first plan went well and normally. The second when the flock finished riding the ride however he didn't noticed that his wool cloth slowly began to stuck on turbine causing the television become slower until paused because one of the flock's wool cloth had stuck along with him. The third one went backwards while Shaun and the flock rescue him and soon after, the television forward normally. The fourth one (where Shirley is on) went alternating forwards and backwards because Shirley standing above the turbine and shaking and making the television to say "awannawan, owapido." which makes the farmer and Bitzer surprised. The fifth one was way too fast after Shirley fall from the turbine that caused the house's electricity to blow up. This led to the farmer anger and he destroying the windmill. Instead of using the wind turbine's source of electricity, they have a fire and roast marshmallows on it When the episode ends.

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Trivia

  • This is the first time Timmy is a minor character, the second was in "The Smelly Farmer" and the third in "Bad Boy".
  • When the wind turbine is spinning fast and the TV goes fast, it's the same way the Magic Windmill spins with pink sparkles fast and TV gets on from Teletubbies. However, a wind turbine doesn't spin with sparkle, because it doesn't probably resemble a pinwheel.