The challenge with this one was drawing the sheep in a laid-back sitting position against the tree. I drew the legs the same way as with the shearer episodes, but I'm still not really happy with that. Anyhow. As far as the joke goes, it was a bit of a quickie, a little bit of a callback to one of the very earliest cartoons, where Maureen was standing (obviously) behind the tree, in a "if I can't see you, you can't see me" kind of way.
I'm not sure about the introduction of the confectionary, a lot of the early ones were based on a grass fixation.
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Two sheep hear noises behind a tree, and see the outline of a ewe who is obviously sitting the other side of it.
Kath: How did you find me in my secret place...?
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