"VeggieTales" is a Christian cartoon that uses fun songs and lyrics to convey popular religious stories. This popular series first premiered in 1993 as a straight-to-video release, but it has since gone on to be developed into full-length movies, multiple television shows, a stage production, video games, and even books. The premise behind the show involves stories being told by a group of recurring fruit and vegetable characters who live together on a kitchen countertop. Popular characters include Larry the Cucumber, Bob the Tomato, Pa Grape, and the French Peas. Do you remember enough about the show to ace this quiz?
Christian moral themes are seen throughout the show. Biblical values and lessons are present throughout the stories and they're told by utilizing catchy tunes and lyrics that appeal to kids. Popular "VeggieTales" songs include The Hairbrush Song, Belly Button, His Cheeseburger, and The Water Buffalo Song. Did you sing along with the characters in "VeggieTales" as they told their stories of morals? Did you grow up wondering what it would be like to have a water buffalo as a pet, or why veggies and fruits don't have belly buttons? Then this quiz is for you.
Let's find out if you can complete these "VeggieTales" lyrics.
Song of the Cebu includes Larry the Cucumber showing a slideshow about a boy who owns three Cebus and a hippo. When he's interrupted because viewers don't know what a Cebu is, Larry claims it's similar to a cow.
This song depicts the character, Mr. Lunt, upset about his lack of a belly button. During the song, a doctor informs Lunt that his stem serves the purpose of a belly button.
Sung by Larry the Cucumber, The Yodeling Veterinarian of the Alps tells the story of a yodeling veterinarian and his helpful nurse. In the song, a pregnant cat is sick and the nurse suggests her owner get her some milk.
In the song, Endangered Love, Larry the Cucumber is watching a daytime drama about a manatee named Barbara. She wishes to go to a manatee ball but is unlucky convincing her companion, Bill, to take her.
The song, His Cheeseburger, sees Mr. Lunt lamenting his love for a cheeseburger. He also contemplates getting a milkshake to go with his burger lunch.
In the song, I Love my Lips, Larry the Cucumber discuses one of his greatest fears with Dr. Archibald. He is afraid of his lips running away.
In The Water Buffalo Song, Larry the Cucumber sings about water buffalo. Archibald comes in and tells him he cannot sing about everyone having a water buffalo since it's not true.
In Pizza Angel, Larry the Cucumber sings about his hunger and missing pizza. At the end of the song, Larry gets a knock at his door, but the delivery guy had already eaten his pizza.
In Where Have All The Staplers Gone? Larry and Petunia ponder their missing office supplies. The song was one in a series of songs known as- Obscure Broadway Show Tunes with Larry.
Pa Grape and Mr. Lunt join Larry the Cucumber to make up the infamous gang, The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything. In the song, they sing about the places they haven't visited and the things they haven't done.
In The Dance Of The Cucumber, Larry the Cucumber sings in Spanish while Bob the Tomato translates into English. In the song, it's revealed that cucumbers are excellent dancers, while tomatoes have no rhythm.
The song, I Love My Duck, has Larry and Bob discussing Larry's love for ducks. Larry loves his ducky so much that he won't stop talking about it and Bob can't get a word in.
In God is Bigger, Junior is afraid there is a boogeyman in his closet and wants to call the police. Larry and Bob comfort him by telling him God is bigger than the boogeyman.
These lyrics are from the Veggie Tales theme song. The song also mentions the other vegetables and fruit seen on the show.
"I Can Be Your Friend" has several Veggie Tales characters singing about acceptance. The characters sing about how being different doesn't mean you can't be friends.
In the song, Oh Santa, Larry is anxiously awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus with a plate of cookies. He contemplates if he was a good cucumber for Santa to bring him gifts.
Oh, No! What We Gonna Do? is a song from the episode, Where's God When I'm S-Scared? The wisemen sing the song as they're trying to figure out what to do with Daniel.
Good Morning George is also known as The Chocolate Factory Song. The name of the chocolate factory is Nezzer Chocolate Factory.
Bubble Rap is sung by the Boyz in the Sink. The characters discuss their love for snapping bubble wrap.
Keep Walking is a song from Josh and the Big Wall. This episode is a retelling of the biblical story, The Battle of Jericho.
The Thankfulness Song is a song from the episode, Madame Blueberry. The song is sung by Annie Onion.
In the song, Sneeze If You Need To, Bob the Tomato is unable to sneeze. He visits a sneeze doctor who is able to assist him in sneezing.
Big Things Too is a song from Dave and the Giant Pickle. This story is a retelling of the story of David and Goliath.
Do The Moo Shoo is a song from the episode, The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown. It is is sung by Larry and Mr. Lunt.
The Selfish Song is from the episode, King George and the Ducky. the story is a retelling of the story of David and Bathsheba from the Book of Second Samuel.
It's Laura's Fault is a song from the episode, Larry-Boy! and the Fib from Outer Space. This was the first episode in the Larry-Boy series.
Lost Puppies is a song sung by the character, Esther. The storyline is taken from the "Book of Esther" in the Old Testament.
Salesmunz Rap was in the episode, A Queen, A King, and a Very Blue Berry. The characters sing about the different items they have available for sale.
What My Father Did on Christmas Eve is a song from the album, The Incredible Singing Christmas Tree. The Incredible Singing Christmas Tree is the second "VeggieTales" Christmas album.
For Unto Us a Child is Born is a song appreciating God for sending us his Son. The song is included in the Christmas album.
These lyrics are from the song, Bushel and a Peck, from the album, VeggieTales Sing Along! The album features 15 songs sung by Junior Asparagus and his friends.
The Promised Land is from the episode, Josh and the Big Wall. This episode is a retelling of the Bible story of the Battle of Jericho.
The Forgiveness Song is from the episode, God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?! The episode is based on The Grapes of Wrath.
Stand Up is a song from "VeggieTales." The song is based after Adam Ant's song, Goody Two Shoes.
Some Veggies Went To Sea is a song from the episode, God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?! This was the second "VeggieTales" episode ever aired.