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|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||7 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||25 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Wet Cement Productions|
|Distributor||Rising Star Studios|
|Original release||February 22, 2002 –|
December 15, 2004
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Ewe Know is an American animated children's television series produced by Wet Cement Productions. The series aired in syndication before airing on Smile.[when?]
- Spunky (voiced by Dave Simmons) is a male sheep. Hence his name he is full of spunk, but can sometimes take his behavior too far. Sometimes in the end of the episode he learns certain lessons in a way.
- Noils (voiced by Dave Simmons) is a frail, sometimes shy, and sometimes weak sheep. He speaks with a British accent and can sometimes be cowardly.
- Trudy (voiced by Tina Miller) is a pink female sheep who is always seen joining adventures with the other sheep.
- Bubba (voiced by Tom Bergan) is a big plump sheep who is also involved in adventures.
- Betty Lou is a small Young female sheep with a bow on her head. Because of her age, she does not speak!
- Bernie (voiced by Dave Simmons) is a wise old goat who always gives the sheep good advice. He is also the father figure of the sheep throughout the series.
- Little One is another young sheep, in which like Betty Lou, he doesn't speak.
- Roger (voiced by Tom Bergan) is a wolf who always attempts to eat the sheep, but fails all the times.
- Radcliff (voiced by Tom Bergan) is another wolf in the family.
- Skizzie (voiced by Dave Simmons) is the third wolf in the family of wolves. He is also Radcliff's brother.
- Francine (voiced by Renee Werbowski) is the mother of the wolves.
- Bernetta (voiced by Renee Werbowski) is the mother of Roger and the grandmother of Skizzie and Radcliff. Like all grandparents, Bernetta always attempts to spoil her grandchildren.
- The narrator (voiced by Darren Monaghan) is a voice who narrates the episodes.
- The game show host (voiced by Darren Monaghan) is a game show host of the game, "Ewe Catch It, Ewe Take It".
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|1||"Who Do Ewe Trust?"||Gary Meyer and Jeanine Meyer||TBA||February 22, 2002|
|When the day of the field trip arrives, Noils takes too much stuff because he doesn't trust anyone but himself.|
|2||"Do Ewe Sing?"||Gary Meyer and Jeanine Meyer||TBA||April 15, 2003|
|The sheep and the wolves sing about various topics.|
|3||"Do Ewe Share?"||Gary Meyer and Jeanine Meyer||TBA||April 15, 2003|
|While the others sleep before the pancake breakfast, Spunky secretly slips away to take all of the stickleberries for the syrup to keep for himself.|
|4||"Are Ewe Thankful?"||Gary Meyer and Jeanine Meyer||TBA||April 15, 2003|
|The big annual birthday party is tomorrow and the flock hasn't given the Shepherd their birthday wishlists.|
|5||"Are Ewe Afraid?"||Gary Meyer and Jeanine Meyer||TBA||April 22, 2003|
|Spunky tells a scary story about the legend of Big George at night.|
|6||"Ewe Going There?"||Gary Meyer and Jeanine Meyer||TBA||September 9, 2003|
|7||"Who Do Ewe Follow?"||Gary Meyer and Jeanine Meyer||TBA||December 15, 2004|
- "About the Show". Ewe Know. Retrieved October 1, 2016.
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