Each seven-minute episode is entirely shot in Aardman’s distinctive stop-motion animation style. The comedic tone is a combination of slapstick and classic silent comedy, similar to that used in the Wallace & Gromit shorts. There is not much spoken dialogue in the series, not even from the human characters, except for a few simple grunts, bleats, barks, growls, pointing, sighs, mutterings, and similar wordless inflections, which are used to indicate a character’s mood or motive. There are also no readable words in any episode, although “Bitzer” can be seen on a dog bowl, and—in series four–“Mossy Bottom Farm” on a gate, in the original English-language title sequence. All other signage, such as on a pizza box or a bus stop, is replaced by illegible scrawls and pictures.

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