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Back at the Barnyard TV Show Facts

Back at the Barnyard picks up where the 2006 movie Barnyard left off. We've got the scoop on this new Nickelodeon show!

Back at the Barnyard - Main Characters

  • Otis - Otis is the leader of the barnyard gang. He's a fun-loving cow who's always up for an adventure, but he always looks out for his friends.
  • Bessy - Bessy is a sassy cow who usually tries to talk Otis out of his hair-brained schemes.
  • Pip - Pip is a zany mouse who is always up for Otis's adventures.
  • Peck - Peck is a clumsy rooster who is best friends with Freddy.
  • Freddy - Freddy is a ferret who both loves his BFF Peck and harbors a secret desire to eat him.
  • Pig - Pig is kind-hearted and friendly but not very bright. He is completely obsessed with food.

Back at the Barnyard - Fun Facts

  • Back at the Barnyard premiers on September 29, 2007.
  • Back at the Barnyard is directed in part by Mike Gasaway who also directed Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.
  • Otis was voiced by King of Queens actor Kevin James in the movie, but he's voiced by Chris Hardwick in the series.

Back at the Barnyard - Quotes

"Now go back to the lotus and greet the day as you would a frisky puppy." - TV Yoga Instructor
"Helloooooo day! Don't chew on my shoes!" - Farmers Wife

(Poking udder)"Ooooh, it's sloshy. Sloshy, sloshy, sloshy!" - Fieldtrip Kid
(Spraying milk all over him) "Who says fieldtrips can't be educational?" - Bessy
"Hey, you want some cookies with that?" - Freddy

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