Farmer-Hunter, Farmer-Hunted is part two of the fourth episode from Season Four, which aired September 27, 2002, alongside The Uncommon Cold.


After Eustace unsuccessfully hunts a deer, the Buck decides to fight against him and chases after the so-called hunter.


It's the first day of hunting season, and Eustace goes hunting to prove he's better than his dead brother, Horace. He uses Horace's old gun, "Big Bob" which is a laser gun! Courage goes with him to makes sure he's safe. Eustace spots a bunch of deer and fails to shoot them. The father deer then gets his own laser gun and goes after Eustace! Courage says he can settle this by having a game show with the deer and Eustace, which he dubs "Hunt for Knowledge." They play, and the deer wins. Eustace tries to shoot him, but instead he hits a bear's lollipop. When the deer asks who shot it, Eustace takes the his antlers and tells him he's a deer. Hunters come by and think the deer's a deer, too, and shoot at him. The episode ends as the deer gets mounted on a car, saying, "I'm a deer, Useless the Deer!"


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  • The 1st picture that Courage shows is the Big Dipper, but Eustace thinks it's "a whole mess of dots."
  • The 2nd picture that Courage shows is the planet Earth, but Eustace thinks it's "a bowling ball covered with vomit."
  • The Raccoons make a cameo appearance in this episode.
  • The music that plays throughout the episode is named "In the Hall of the Mountain King", which was composed by Edvard Grieg.
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