List of VeggieTales videos

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This is a list of VeggieTales original videos.


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Where's God When I'm S-Scared?! (1993)[edit]

Where's God When I'm Scared?! is the first episode of the VeggieTales animated series. It was initially released on December 21, 1993 on VHS by Everland Home Video and on February 11, 2004 on DVD by Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder, as part of the VeggieTales Classics line.[1] Subtitled "A Lesson in Handling Fear", it features two short stories titled "Tales from the Crisper" and "Daniel and the Lion's Den", as well as the first Silly Song, The Water Buffalo Song. The first feature stars Junior Asparagus who is afraid of the dark after watching a scary film on television, while the second is a re-telling of the Biblical story, Daniel and the Lion's Den. Its theme is handling fear. Big Idea celebrated their 15th Anniversary on September 20, 2008, during which Where's God when I'm S-Scared? was re-released with remastered picture and sound.

Silly Song: "The Water Buffalo Song"

God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?! (1994)[edit]

God Wants Me To Forgive Them!?! was released on October 28, 1994 on VHS by Everland Home Video and on DVD on May 18, 2004 by Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in Forgiveness," the episode features two short stories on the subject. The first is about a family of cranky grapes that torments a young boy (Junior) who needs to find it within himself to forgive them (a loose parody of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath). The second is a parody of the television series Gilligan's Island starring Larry the Cucumber and Bob The Tomato.

Silly Song: Replaced with Scallion #1 pitching the "Forgive-O-Matic".

Are You My Neighbor? (1995)[edit]

Main article: Are You My Neighbor?

Are You My Neighbor? is the third episode of the VeggieTales animated series. It was released on January 1995 on VHS by Everland Home Video and Lyrick Studios and on DVD by Sony Wonder and Word in March 2006. Subtitled "A Lesson in Loving Your Neighbor", it features two short stories that teach viewers that they should love people even if they seem different or strange to them. The first story, entitled The Story of Flibber-o-loo, is based on the Biblical parable of the Good Samaritan and features two cities called Flibber-O-Loo and Jibberty-Lot whose citizens despise each other because of their differing headgear. The second, "The Gourds Must/Should Be Crazy", is a parody of Star Trek in which the crew need to repair their starship before it is struck by a meteor made entirely of popcorn.

Silly Song: "The Hairbrush Song"

Rack, Shack and Benny (1995)[edit]

Main article: Rack, Shack and Benny

Rack, Shack and Benny was released in October 10, 1995 on VHS by Word Entertainment and then on DVD in 2002 by Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in Handling Peer Pressure", it teaches viewers that they should resist peer pressure and stand up for what they believe. The video retells the story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego being thrown into the fiery furnace from the Book of Daniel. In the Biblical Story, King Nebuchadnezzar requires that all his subjects bow down before a false idol. But three men, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, refuse and are thrown into a furnace. Miraculously they aren't harmed, and Nebuchadnezzar recognizes the power of their God. Rack, Shack, and Benny keeps true to the original story, but places it in a chocolate factory where the owner Nebby K. Nezzar offers three of his employees a promotion if they worship a giant statue of his most favorite thing in life; a chocolate bunny.

Silly Song: "The Dance of the Cucumber"

Dave & the Giant Pickle (1996)[edit]

Dave & the Giant Pickle was released on March 1996 on videocassette by Word Entertainment and on DVD by both Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder in Winter 2004. Subtitled "A Lesson in Self-Esteem", it gives the message that with God's help, people can accomplish any goal. The lesson is illustrated through a retelling of the biblical story of David and Goliath from the Book of Samuel. The episode's countertop segments are memorable for giving fans their first glimpse of Larry-Boy and hearing his catchphrase, "I am that Hero!".

Silly Song: "I Love My Lips"

The Toy That Saved Christmas (1996)[edit]

The Toy That Saved Christmas is the first holiday special in the VeggieTales series. It was released in October 4, 1996 on VHS by Word Entertainment and on DVD on September 24, 2002 by Warner Home Video. The episode presents the Biblical story of the birth of Jesus as the true meaning of Christmas. It takes place in 'Dinkletown' where Mr. Nezzer disguises himself as Santa Claus in order to get children to believe that Christmas is about receiving more toys so that he can make a fortune selling his best toy; Buzz-Saw Louie, a doll that has a Buzz Saw built into his right arm. However, one of the "Louie" dolls doesn't like this idea and sets out to foil Nezzar's scheme.

Silly Song: "Oh, Santa!"

A Very Silly Sing Along/Very Silly Songs! (1997)[edit]

Main article: Very Silly Songs!

A Very Silly Sing Along/Very Silly Songs! was released in March 1997 on VHS in Everland Entertainment and November 19, 2004 on DVD by Sony Wonder. the Video Features a half dozen songs from the first five episodes of VeggieTales (Where's God When I'm S-Scared?, God Wants Me To Forgive Them!?!, Are You My Neighbor?, Rack Shack and Benny, and Dave and the Giant Pickle) as well as the popular Silly Song, "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything" whose Silly Song appears here for the first time. the Future DVD Releases will Also Cut out "the Water Buffalo Song" (As well as the "Home Improvement video" scene from the original releases) and Include Newly Added Songs, Including Thomas' Anthem, Let's Have a Race, and Gone Fishing from the Thomas' "Sing-Along and Stories" video, the Wiggles' Rendition John Bradelum and "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" (along with the "rolling down the hill sequence"), and "Heigh-Ho" from Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Larry-Boy! And the Fib From Outer Space (1997)[edit]

Larry-Boy! And the Fib from Outer Space! was released in April 1997 on VHS by Word and on DVD by Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder in 2004 as part of the VeggieTales Classics line. This video is the first adventure featuring the Larry the Cucumber performing as Larry-Boy (after he was first introduced in Dave and the Giant Pickle). Subtitled "A Lesson in Telling the Truth", Larry-Boy must confront Fibrilious Minimus, an alien from outer space that grows out of control due to Junior's lies.

Silly Song: Replaced with a Larry-Boy music video.

Josh and the Big Wall (1997)[edit]

Josh and the Big Wall was released in October 1997 on VHS by Word and on a DVD re-recorded sing-along edition on February 5, 2002 by Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in Obedience", the story follows the plight of Joshua and the Israelites and retells the Battle of Jericho. Features the French Peas in similar roles to the French knights from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

Silly Song: "The Song of the Cebú"

Madame Blueberry (1998)[edit]

Main article: Madame Blueberry

Madame Blueberry was released in 1998 on VHS by Lyrick Studios and Word Entertainment and on DVD on May 20, 2003 by Sony Wonder and Word Entertainment. Subtitled "A Lesson in Thankfulness", it follows the title character's descent into materialism and conveys the message that material possessions will never truly make us happy and instead be thankful for what you have. The episode is a loose parody of the novel Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert.

Silly Song: "His Cheeseburger" (Love Songs with Mr. Lunt)

Silly Sing-Along 2 The End of Silliness? (1998)[edit]

Main article: The End of Silliness?

The End of Silliness? was released on VHS (May 23, 2000)[2] and on DVD.

Silly Song: "The Yodeling Veterinarian of the Alps"

Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed (1999)[edit]

Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed is the second Larry-Boy adventure. It was released in February 1999 on VHS by Lyrick Studios and on DVD on May 18, 2004 by Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in the Power of Words", it illustrates how slanderous words or unfounded rumors can be destructive, and conversely, how positive words can do good. It is a mild parody of Little Shop of Horrors and stars Junior and Laura who start rumors about Alfred (Archibald Asparagus) and features Larry in a return performance as Larry-Boy.


King George & The Ducky (2000)[edit]

King George & The Ducky was released on April 4, 2000 on videocassette by Lyrick Studios and on DVD on May 20, 2003 by Sony Wonder and Warner Home Video. Subtitled "A Lesson about Selfishness", it teaches that we must think of others before ourselves. The message is conveyed through a story based on the Biblical account of David and Bathsheba from the Book of Second Samuel. Although the VeggieTales adaptation remains relatively true to the source, Bathsheba is represented by a rubber duck, thus replacing the sin of adultery with the less difficult ideas of coveting and theft. The essence of the story remains intact: King George covets something belonging to his neighbor and takes it for his own. Later the selfish act is exposed by the prophet Melvin.

Silly Song: "Endangered Love"

Esther... The Girl Who Became Queen (2000)[edit]

Esther... The Girl Who Became Queen was released in 2000 on VHS by Word, Inc. and Lyrick Studios and on DVD on August 5, 2003 by Warner Home Video as part of their VeggieTales Classics line. Subtitled "A Lesson in Courage", the story is taken from the Book of Esther in the Old Testament, in which Esther becomes Queen and must tell King Xerxes that his prime minister Haman is plotting to commit genocide against the Jews. However the violence is replaced with banishment to the "Island of Perpetual Tickling," and the intended victims are limited to Esther and her family without reference to their race or creed. The presentation of the story has stylistic elements of a Film Noir. The dramatic lighting, deep shadows, dark plot elements, settings, and narrative voiceovers all contribute to the effect.


Lyle the Kindly Viking (2001)[edit]

Lyle the Kindly Viking was released on March 24, 2001 on VHS and DVD by Word, Inc. and Lyrick Studios. Subtitled "A Lesson in Sharing," it features two short stories about sharing. The first, titled "Omelet", is a parody of Shakespeare's Hamlet. In the title feature, Junior stars as Lyle, a Viking who secretly gives his share of the loot back to the people who the Vikings robbed in this parody of Gilbert and Sullivan's comic operas.

Silly Song: "Larry's High Silk Hat" (Classy Songs with Larry)

The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown (2001)[edit]

The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown was released on September 15, 2001 on VHS and DVD by Hit Entertainment.

Silly Song: "Do the Moo Shoo"

Heroes of the Bible! Lions, Shepherds and Queens (Oh My!) (2002)[edit]

Heroes of the Bible! Lions, Shepherds and Queens (Oh My!) is released in March 19th, 2002 on VHS and DVD in Word Entertainment and Hit Entertainment.

Stories By:

Silly Song: I Love My Lips

Heroes of the Bible! Stand Up, Stand Tall, Stand Strong! (2002)[edit]

Heroes of the Bible! Stand Up, Stand Tall Stand Strong! is released in March 19th, 2002 on VHS and DVD in Word Entertainment and Hit Entertainment.

Stories By:

Silly Songs: The Dance of the Cucumber, The Song of the Cebu

The Star of Christmas (2002)[edit]

Main article: The Star of Christmas

The Star of Christmas is the second holiday special in the VeggieTales series and was released on DVD by Sony Wonder and Warner Home Video both in Fall 2002. Its theme is the true meaning of Christmas and stars Bob and Larry as Cavis and Millward, two theater proprietors whose extravagant production threatens to overwhelm the modest Christmas pageant constructed by Edmund (played by Junior Asparagus) on opening night.

The Ballad of Little Joe (2003)[edit]

The Ballad of Little Joe was released on August 5, 2003 on DVD format by Warner Home Video. It is subtitled "A Lesson in Facing Hardship" and is an American Western version of the Biblical story of Joseph starring Larry as the title character.

Silly Song: "Belly Button"

An Easter Carol (2004)[edit]

Main article: An Easter Carol

An Easter Carol was released in 2004 on DVD. The episode is a reworking of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens with Mr. Nezzer playing the role of Ebenezer Scrooge. It is the sequel to The Star of Christmas, picks up where that episode left off with Cavis and Millward going to work in his uncle's (Mr. Nezzer) Easter Egg factory, and climaxes in the clearest presentation of the gospel in the series. Its lessons include hope, faith, and the resurrection of Jesus.

A Snoodle's Tale (2004)[edit]

Main article: A Snoodle's Tale

A Snoodle's Tale was released on May 18, 2004 on DVD by Warner Home Video. Subtitled "A Lesson in Self Worth", the episode focuses on teaching viewers that they are special in God's eyes and that they don't need to have extraordinary talents or resort to gimmicks to be worthy individuals. The episode contains two main features. The first is a parody of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The second is the story of a small whimsical creature called a Snoodle who is suffering through a crisis of self-esteem. The narration is done in the style of Dr. Seuss, deftly capturing his iconic cadence, rhyme schemes, nonsense phraseology, and fanciful sense of place.

Silly Song: "Sport Utility Vehicle"

Sumo of the Opera (2004)[edit]

Main article: Sumo of the Opera

Sumo of the Opera was released on August 31, 2004 on DVD by Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in Perseverance", it teaches viewers the importance of working through adversity to accomplish one's goals. This was the first regular VeggieTales show produced by the new Big Idea team after the company's purchase by Classic Media following bankruptcy sale in late 2003. The main story of the episode is a direct spoof of one of Gilbert and Sullivan's most famous works, The Mikado, as well as the Rocky film series, and The Karate Kid with Larry starring as clown turned sumo wrestler Italian Scallion. The parody of the Mikado is so transparent that most of the music is credited to Arthur Sullivan himself.

Silly Song: "School House Polka"

Duke and the Great Pie War (2005)[edit]

Duke and the Great Pie War was released on March 8, 2005 in DVD format by Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in Loving Your Family", it includes two stories aimed at teaching the value of family and the importance of putting others' needs ahead of your own. The first story, "Babysitter in De-Nile", is retelling of story of the baby Moses from the Book of Exodus from the point of view of Miriam. The second story, "Duke and the Great Pie War", is a prequel to King George and the Ducky, is based on the Book of Ruth, and recast in a medieval setting. In this account, Larry, as Duke Duke, agrees to redeem the impoverished Princess Petunia (in the debut of Petunia Rhubarb) and her mother (Madame Blueberry) by winning a tournament of "knightly" contests.

Silly Song: "The Blues With Larry"

Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush (2005)[edit]

Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush was released on May 17, 2005 on DVD & VHS by Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in Dealing with Bullies", it features two stories that advise viewers on how to confront, overcome, and forgive bullies. The first, "Bully Trouble" is a pragmatic look at how Junior overcomes trouble on the playground. In contrast, the title story is a parody of the Steven Spielberg film Raiders of the Lost Ark with Minnesota Cuke (Larry) searching for Samson's Hairbrush in the catacombs under the town of Seville, Spain while being tormented by a rival treasure hunter, played by (Mr. Lunt).

Silly Song: "Pizza Angel"

Lord of the Beans (2005)[edit]

Main article: Lord of the Beans

Lord of the Beans was released on September 20, 2005 on DVD by Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in Using Your Gifts", its goal is to teach viewers how they can use their talents to bring joy to others rather than merely bringing glory or satisfaction to themselves. In this parody of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Junior stars as Toto Baggypants as he and the rest of the "Fellowship Of The Bean" journey through "Center-Earth" to discover the purpose of Toto's gift. The parody is so overt that character names and places are taken directly from the source and changed to fit the VeggieTales context.

Silly Song: "My Baby Elf"

Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler (2006)[edit]

Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler was released on March 14, 2006 on DVD by Sony Wonder. Subtitled "A Lesson in Friendship", it features two stories that illustrate what it means to be a good friend. The first, "Asparagus of La Mancha", is a parody of Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes. The second, "Sheerluck Holmes", is a parody of the Sherlock Holmes novels and stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in which Larry stars as the title character who is trying to recover the stolen Golden Ruler. This was the last VeggieTales episode to be released on VHS.

Silly Song: "Gated Community"

LarryBoy and the Bad Apple (2006)[edit]

LarryBoy and the Bad Apple is the third installment of the LarryBoy adventures. It was released on July 29, 2006 and the first Veggietales episode not to be released on VHS. This episode focuses on dealing with temptations as "The Bad Apple" is a reference to the widely held speculation that the forbidden fruit which Adam and Eve were tempted to eat in Genesis 3 was the apple. While all the LarryBoy episodes have always drawn on elements of the Batman series, this one is an overt parody with some elements, sound effects, and images borrowed from the source nearly intact. Also included are elements of the Spider-Man movies as LarryBoy swings from building to building while on patrol.

Silly Song: Replaced with "Rock On 'Larryboy!'".

Gideon: Tuba Warrior (2006)[edit]

Main article: Gideon: Tuba Warrior

Gideon: Tuba Warrior was released on November 4, 2006 on DVD by Sony Wonder. The story is an adaptation of the Biblical story of Gideon from the Book of Judges with Larry starring in the title role. Also included is a second episode about George Müller. Its lesson is about trusting God.

Silly Song: "Lance the Turtle" (Ukulele Karaoke with Bob)

Moe and the Big Exit (2007)[edit]

Main article: Moe and the Big Exit

Moe and the Big Exit is the thirty-first episode in the VeggieTales series. Its lesson is following directions and is based on the Biblical story of Moses from the Book of Exodus. Adapted as a parody of The Lone Ranger, it is a sequel to The Ballad of Little Joe and occurs years after Little Joe's death (similar to The Exodus occurring years after the death of Joseph) when his ancestors have now become enslaved by the Mayor of Dodgeball City.

Silly Song: "A Mess Down in Egypt"

The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's (2007)[edit]

The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's was released on DVD on October 6, 2007 by Warner Home Video. It stars Junior as Darby in the role of the Prodigal Son and is a parody of The Wizard of Oz. Its theme is loss and redemption.

Silly Song: "Monkey"

Tomato Sawyer and Huckleberry Larry's Big River Rescue (2008)[edit]

Tomato Sawyer and Huckleberry Larry's Big River Rescue was released on July 13, 2008 on DVD. In the story, Grandpa George stars as Clark Wayne (a parody of Mark Twain) alongside Larry as Huckleberry Larry and Bob as Tomato Sawyer in a parody of Twain's novels Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

Silly Song: "The Biscuit of Zazzamarandabo"

Abe and the Amazing Promise (2009)[edit]

Abe and the Amazing Promise was released in February 2009. Subtitled "A Lesson in Patience", the episode features two story segments that deal with patience and waiting. The first is a retelling of the birth of Isaac from the point of view of a film crew interviewing Abraham and Sarah (Pa & Ma Grape). The second tells about the efforts of the "Boo-Boo-Ville" residents to attract the Boo-Boo Bird back to their town in time for the annual festival.

Silly Song: "Sneeze If You Have To"

Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Noah's Umbrella (2009)[edit]

Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Noah's Umbrella was released on DVD on August 1, 2009 and is a sequel to Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush. Like its predecessor, the episode is a parody of the Indiana Jones franchise and features Minnesota (Larry) & Julia (Petunia) and their search for Noah's Umbrella.

Silly Song: "Sippy Cup"

Saint Nicholas: A Story of Joyful Giving (2009)[edit]

Saint Nicholas: A Story of Joyful Giving is the third Christmas-themed VeggieTales episode after The Toy That Saved Christmas and The Star of Christmas. The episode is a loose retelling of the story of Saint Nicholas and features newcomer Nicky the Pepper as he learns the spirit of giving after a visit to Bethlehem following the death of his parents. Amy Grant and Matthew West perform a song written specially for this movie.[3][4][5]

Silly Song: "Donuts for Benny"

Pistachio – The Little Boy That Woodn't (2010)[edit]

Pistachio – The Little Boy That Woodn't was released February 27, 2010 and is a VeggieTales twist on Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio. Gelato is a toymaker who has three orphaned ducklings and a caterpillar named Cricket for children. One day he's given a special piece of Pistachio wood that he carves into a "boy" (Junior Asparagus) which he names Pistachio. After coming to life, Pistachio doesn't want to listen to his father and runs off. Along the way he meets a fox and a cat which leads to more trouble for Pistachio.[6][7] Its theme is listening to your parents.

Silly Song: "Where have all the Staplers Gone"

Sweetpea Beauty: A Girl After God's Own Heart (2010)[edit]

Sweetpea Beauty: A Girl After God's Own Heart was released on August 3, 2010 and is twist on both Sleeping Beauty and Snow White, starring Petunia Rhubarb and Madame Blueberry. The first story is "Snooderella" (a spoof of Cinderella), which is a sequel to A Snoodle's Tale. Its theme is true beauty.

Silly Song: "Pants"

It's a Meaningful Life (2010)[edit]

It's a Meaningful Life was released on October 5, 2010. Larry stars in the main role of "Stewart" in the episode which is an homage, in both title and overall theme, of the movie It's A Wonderful Life starring Jimmy Stewart. Its lesson is about being content with what you have.[8]

Silly Song: "Goodnight Junior"

Twas The Night Before Easter (2011)[edit]

Twas The Night Before Easter was released on March 5, 2011 and stars Larry and Petunia star in the second VeggieTales Easter story. Its theme is the true meaning of Easter. Guest starring is the American Idol finalist, Melinda Doolittle as Cassie Cassava.

Silly Song: "Hopperena"

Princess and the Popstar (2011)[edit]

Princess and the Popstar was released on August 16, 2011 release and is a VeggieTales twist on The Prince and the Pauper. Princess Poppyseed (Laura Carrot) is a farm girl, who yearns for the life of the famous popstar, Vanna Banana (also played by Laura). One day, the two meet and notice how they look very much alike and decide to switch lives in an attempt to live their dreams. The lesson is being who God made you to be.

Silly Song: "Astonishing Wigs"

The Little Drummer Boy (2011)[edit]

The Little Drummer Boy was released October 4, 2011 and stars Junior in the character role. The plot and action are taken directly from the 1968 Rankin/Bass stop motion animated Christmas Special of the same name.

Silly Song: "The Eight Polish Foods of Christmas"

Robin Good And His Not-So Merry Men (2012)[edit]

Robin Good And His Not-So-Merry Men was released on March 6, 2012 and is a story about handling grief. It is a Veggie twist of the English tale Robin Hood. The second story is Lenny and the Lost Birthday.

Silly Song: "Bubble Wrap"

The Penniless Princess (2012)[edit]

The Penniless Princess was released August 11, 2012 and is a Veggie retelling of Frances Hodgson Burnett's 1905 novel, A Little Princess. Sara Crewe is taken to a boarding school and has everything that she could ever want. However after her father (Larry the Cucumber) dies, she becomes penniless and is made a servant at the school. Despite her unfortunate circumstances, Sara still maintains her positive attitude and helps those around her. The video's lesson is true worth.[9]

Silly Song: "Best Friends Forever"

The League of Incredible Vegetables (2012)[edit]

The League of Incredible Vegetables was released October 16, 2012 and is the fourth LarryBoy video. Dr. Flurry is a mad scientist who wants to freeze Bumblyburg and Larry Boy must seek out other superheroes to help defeat him. Co-Starring are Mr Lunt as S-Cape, Petunia Rhubarb as Vogue, Junior Asparagus as Ricochet, and Bob the Tomato as Thingamabob. The lesson is handling Fear.[10]

Silly Song: "Supper Hero"

The Little House That Stood (2013)[edit]

The Little House That Stood was released on March 5, 2013 and is a Veggie retelling of the Three Little Pigs and the Parable of the Wise and the Foolish Builders. When the pigs come to town searching for a building contractor, they find that Larry the Cucumber builds with hay and Mr. Lunt builds with bricks, but only Bob the Tomato follows plans from the Master Builder's Handbook. The lesson is about making good choices. The video also includes a bonus story about what happened before Humpty Dumpty (played by Bob) cracked.

Silly Song: "Happy Tooth Day"

MacLarry and the Stinky Cheese Battle (2013)[edit]

MacLarry and the Stinky Cheese Battle was released on July 30, 2013.[11][12] In a land flowing with beards and kilts, there live two clans who are locked in a silly feud. As tensions escalate, one tribe plans their biggest prank yet. But when the loathsome-smelling Limburger cheese caper goes afoul, a young inventor named MacLarry uses his God-given gifts to help both clans resolve their differences.[13] The lesson is in getting along with others.

Silly Song: "Stilts and Kilts"

Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas (2013)[edit]

Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas was released on October 19, 2013. As Head Elf at the mall, Larry the Cucumber discovers that Mrs. Crespie's house burned down and he's determined to get her a new one by creating a light show that will attract the people from the town. Meanwhile, Phillip Fleagle and his employee Mr. Lunt only care about creating a spectacular holiday display for "The Mall King's" mall. Its theme is the true light of Christmas.[14] The video is narrated by Si Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame who appears as the mall janitor.[15][16]

Silly Song: "Wrapped Myself Up For Christmas"

Veggies in Space: The Fennel Frontier (2014)[edit]

Veggies in Space: The Fennel Frontier was released on March 11, 2014. Captain Cuke (Larry the Cucumber), First Officer, Mr. Spork (Bob the Tomato), and the rest of the crew of the USS Applepies are sent to stop the evil space pirate, Luntar the Looter (Mr. Lunt). Its theme is the power of sharing.[17]

Silly Song: "Asteroid Cowboys"

Celery Night Fever (2014)[edit]

Celery Night Fever was released on August 5, 2014. In the video, a determined young girl sets out to save the city park from being turned into a parking lot by getting her grandfather (Larry the Cucumber) to stage a reunion concert with the Disco Band he headlined forty years ago. The problem? None of those guys are talking to each other as they all hold grudges from when the band fell apart. Its theme is forgiveness. Terry Crews guest stars.[18]

Silly Song: "Perfect Puppy"

Beauty and the Beet (2014)[edit]

Beauty and the Beet will be released on October 14, 2014. Mirabelle (voiced by country music recording artist Kellie Pickler) and her traveling family band, the Veggie Tones, are on their way to a career-making gig at Vegetable Square Garden. But when their car breaks down in a snowstorm and cranky hotel manager Mr. Beet makes them sing for their supper. their plans stall. The video is a twist on the classic Beauty and the Beast story and its theme is Unconditional Love. [19]

Silly Song: "Mac and Cheese"

References[edit]

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  2. ^ amazon.com, "VeggieTales - The End of Silliness? (Very Silly Sing-Along 2) [VHS]". Accessed September 14, 2014.
  3. ^ "Saint Nicholas: A Veggie Christmas Story (VeggieTales) by Karen Poth; illustrated by John Trauscht – Hardcover". Random House. 2009-09-08. Retrieved 2011-01-23. 
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  9. ^ Big Idea Entertainment to release brand-new princess themed DVD title, Press release, Big Idea Entertainment, May 1st, 2012
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  11. ^ http://veggietales.com/maclarry/
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  18. ^ http://www.walmart.com/ip/33563935
  19. ^ http://www.countryweekly.com/news/kellie-pickler-lends-her-voice-new-veggietales-movie-beauty-and-beet