They're UDDERLY Ridiculous!
They can walk on two legs, they can talk and they even have opposable hooves!
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  • The Beginning

    When a bolt of lightning from a mysterious cloud strikes a few cattle they suddenly find they have acquired some human traits. They can walk on two legs, they can talk and they even have opposable hooves. The gang set off on an adventure of discovery in a bus they've borrowed from a couple of surfer dudes.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Cowabunga Cows

    The gang set off for Lahinch in the west of Ireland to enter a surfing championship. But the reigning champions have no intention of giving up their title to a herd of cattle and quickly go about sabotaging the cows’ surfboards. But the skill, determination and pure luck of the cattle shine through and with some unorthodox surfing techniques, the bovine bunch manage to win the prize.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Monumental Madness

    After their bus is damaged, the cows have to spend the night in the ancient Monument at Newgrange. But unknown to them the sly minion of a local developer has plans to vandalize the monument. However his plans are scuppered and he ends up in the clutches of the law and Sergeant O’Brien, unaware of what was going on, manages to get the credit for the arrest.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Bog Snorkelling Bull

    Angus enters a bog snorkelling race in order to win some cash. But not all the competitors are completely honest. However, Angus manages to win the race despite the despicable carry on of the cheats. In the process the cows expose a couple of illegal dumpers and Sergeant O'Brien is conveniently on hand to apprehend the culprits.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Pooka Spooked Palooka

    It’s a stormy night and the cows enter a village looking for something to eat. Unbeknown to them a conman and thief is up to no good as he preys on a group of tourists. The cows inadvertently foil the plans of the crook once again handing him on a plate to Sergeant O’Brien. But is this fool the real crook?

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Racing Bull

    Some of the cows take to the ocean waves to try to win a sailing regatta. Pat finds it difficult to find his sea legs but he comes good in the end just in time to propel their boat into the lead and over the finish line. In the process the cows scupper the plans of some cheating sailors and a couple of toxic wasters.

    Written by Gary Blatchford

  • Cattle Raid of Dooley

    The cows accidentally find themselves in a meet factory. None of them (except Peadar) realize what the place is. Christy thinks it’s a gym and followed by Angus and Pat, starts to perform some exercises on the deadly factory equipment. The factory owner has in fact been rustling cattle for his enterprise. Peadar eventually brings the production line to a stop, releasing a stampede of cattle in the process. As usual, O’Brien arrives just in time to apprehend the culprit.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Mooin' at the Moon

    It’s Hallowe’en. A gang of thieves in a Humvee forces the cows’ off the road and they’ve crashed head first into a boggy cemetery. Some of the cows walk to a nearby village to see if they can borrow a truck to pull the bus out of the mud. But the gang of robbers have been wearing cow masks while carrying out some robberies and the Mad Cows are mistaken for the thieves. Sergeant O’Brien (being not the brightest button in the box) hasn’t a clue what’s going on but in the end the real crooks are conveniently landed on his doorstep.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Stunt Cow Chaos

    A movie is being filmed nearby and Bernie and Christy are offered jobs as stunt doubles. They quickly sign up and Pat appoints himself as their manager. Christy, with little regard for his own safety, throws himself head first into his new job. But the movie is being shot in the National Museum and two other members of the crew are planning a theft of ancient artifacts. Confused between the real-life crooks and the ones in the movie, Christy and Bernie somehow manage to upset the plans of the thieves landing them in the lap of Sergeant O’Brien.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • 'twas the Night Before Christmas

    It’s the cows’ first Christmas in their new anthropomorphic form. The owner of the local toy store has been selling stolen toys at inflated prices. Heffernan discovers what’s going on and decides to put things right. In the meantime Peadar takes on the roll as store Santa to ensure the children get some decent gifts. All works out ok in the end in this slightly Dickensian Christmas tale.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Cows on a Plane

    Angus, Christy and Dee accidentally get left at the side of the road when the cows are driving to surfing championship in Sligo. The trio manages to get onboard an airplane to continue their journey. But it turns out that Angus has a fear of flying and chaos ensues causing the plane to make a not so gentle landing in a farmer’s field. In the process a thief who has stolen the Book of Kells from Trinity College library literally lands in the lap of the ever-present Sergeant O’Brien.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Beauty & the Bovine Beast

    After Bernie is suddenly taken ill, Dee becomes an unlikely contestant in the Tulip of Ballymuck beauty pageant. The reigning Tulip is a spoilt brat and a cheat. She coerces her wealthy father to bribe the judges so she can win again. But Dee’s talent as an Irish Dancer helps her win the title. In the process the cheats are exposed just in time for Sergeant O’Brien to arrest them.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Hang Gliding Heifer

    The cows enter a hang gliding tournament. Angus, while holding onto a hang glider, accidentally gets swept up into the sky. He is terrified of heights but manages to pull off some impressive looking stunts as he flies out of control. In the process he forces a sheep rustler and his truck off the road and into the clutches of Sergeant O’Brien.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Lough Ree Monster Bash

    The cows head to Lough Ree for a little R& R. But it doesn’t turn out to be as peaceful a break as they had hoped for. Some troublemakers have been upsetting some of the other visitors to the lough. When there are some sightings of the Lough Ree Monster Bernie suspects that these troublemakers have something to do with it. The cows give the hoaxers a taste of their own medicine. But Christy makes an unexpected friend at the end.

    Written by Noel Kelly

  • Trail of the Lonesome Cow

    When Pat overhears the other Mad Cows talking about him he mistakenly thinks they want to get rid of him. He decides to save them the trouble and walks off into the freezing snowy night. But what the others had actually been doing was planning a surprise birthday party for Pat. Christy and Angus set out to find Pat while the others enlist the help of the not so competent Sergeant O’Brien and Liam the police sheep’s trusty nose.

    Written by Noel Kelly

 

 

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