History Headscratchers / VeggieTales

7th Feb '18 7:13:50 PM pgj1997
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** Have you ever seen an asparagus patch? One root can produce ten or more spears.

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** [[FridgeBrilliance Have you ever seen an asparagus patch? One root can produce ten or more spears.spears]].
18th Jan '18 7:50:08 PM treehugger0369
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** Remember, this is a Christian animated program. While [=VeggieTales=] is obliviously one of the most profitable ones out there, Christian programs in general are much lower budget and have much less advanced animation programs. Animating a large realisticly sized wall woukd not be very easy.

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** Remember, this is a Christian animated program. While [=VeggieTales=] is obliviously one of the most profitable ones out there, Christian programs in general are much lower budget and have much less advanced animation programs. Animating a large realisticly realistically sized wall woukd would not be very easy.
11th Jan '18 8:24:26 AM Cryoclaste
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** It's not right to remove the Christian aspect from VeggieTales. It would be like someone buying Dora the Explora and removing everytime she speaks Spanish. It's a crutial aspect of the franchize and one of the most important reasons WesternAnimation/VeggieTales was created in the first place. If you don't want Christian morals than don't get involved with [=VeggieTales=]. NBC has enough money to start new projects and hire animators who want to teach religiously moot morals. [=VeggieTales=] is clearly animated in cheaper, maybe even over the counter programs so starting a new program would not be too hard for NBC. Keep [=VeggieTales=] religious because religion was the reason it was made in the first place.

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** It's not right to remove the Christian aspect from VeggieTales.[=VeggieTales=]. It would be like someone buying Dora the Explora and removing everytime she speaks Spanish. It's a crutial aspect of the franchize and one of the most important reasons WesternAnimation/VeggieTales was created in the first place. If you don't want Christian morals than don't get involved with [=VeggieTales=]. NBC has enough money to start new projects and hire animators who want to teach religiously moot morals. [=VeggieTales=] is clearly animated in cheaper, maybe even over the counter programs so starting a new program would not be too hard for NBC. Keep [=VeggieTales=] religious because religion was the reason it was made in the first place.
11th Jan '18 8:19:40 AM Cryoclaste
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** It's not right to remove the Christian aspect from VeggieTales. It would be like someone buying Dora the Explora and removing everytime she speaks Spanish. It's a crutial aspect of the franchize and one of the most important reasons VeggieTales was created in the first place. If you don't want Christian morals than don't get involved with VeggieTales. NBC has enough money to start new projects and hire animators who want to teach religiously moot morals. VeggieTales is clearly animated in cheaper, maybe even over the counter programs so starting a new program would not be too hard for NBC. Keep VeggieTales religious because religion was the reason it was made in the first place.

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** It's not right to remove the Christian aspect from VeggieTales. It would be like someone buying Dora the Explora and removing everytime she speaks Spanish. It's a crutial aspect of the franchize and one of the most important reasons VeggieTales WesternAnimation/VeggieTales was created in the first place. If you don't want Christian morals than don't get involved with VeggieTales.[=VeggieTales=]. NBC has enough money to start new projects and hire animators who want to teach religiously moot morals. VeggieTales [=VeggieTales=] is clearly animated in cheaper, maybe even over the counter programs so starting a new program would not be too hard for NBC. Keep VeggieTales [=VeggieTales=] religious because religion was the reason it was made in the first place.



** Remember, this is a Christian animated program. While VeggieTales is obliviously one of the most profitable ones out there, Christian programs in general are much lower budget and have much less advanced animation programs. Animating a large realisticly sized wall woukd not be very easy.

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** Remember, this is a Christian animated program. While VeggieTales [=VeggieTales=] is obliviously one of the most profitable ones out there, Christian programs in general are much lower budget and have much less advanced animation programs. Animating a large realisticly sized wall woukd not be very easy.
2nd Sep '16 10:29:08 AM badgerlover111
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** It's not right to remove the Christian aspect from VeggieTales. It would be like someone buying Dora the Explora and removing everytime she speaks Spanish. It's a crutial aspect of the franchize and one of the most important reasons VeggieTales was created in the first place. If you don't want Christian morals than don't get involved with VeggieTales. NBC has enough money to start new projects and hire animators who want to teach religiously moot morals. VeggieTales is clearly animated in cheaper, maybe even over the counter programs so starting a new program would not be too hard for NBC. Keep VeggieTales religious because religion was the reason it was made in the first place.


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** Remember, this is a Christian animated program. While VeggieTales is obliviously one of the most profitable ones out there, Christian programs in general are much lower budget and have much less advanced animation programs. Animating a large realisticly sized wall woukd not be very easy.
10th Sep '15 11:05:35 AM SEGASister
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** On that note, what does ''{{Hamlet}}'' have to do with sharing, the topic of this particular episode?



* Also from The Toy That Saved Christmas, during the climax, [[spoiler: once our protagonists were freed from being tied up, why didn't they just jump sled instead of racing to tie the ropes back together to lasso a tree? And why didn't Mr. Nezzer jump sled when he saw they were OK?]]

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* ** Also from The Toy That Saved Christmas, during the climax, [[spoiler: once our protagonists were freed from being tied up, why didn't they just jump sled instead of racing to tie the ropes back together to lasso a tree? And why didn't Mr. Nezzer jump sled when he saw they were OK?]]OK?]]
*From the episode "Princess and the Popstar": did the writers forget that Laura, "Princess" here, already had a brother named Lenny? They couldn't have him play Pepper? They had to create a brand new character to play Laura's character's brother? They had no problem recoloring the nina from "Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Noah's Umbrella", so why couldn't they reuse Lenny?
23rd Aug '15 3:07:52 PM treehugger0369
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* Also from The Toy That Saved Christmas, during the climax, [[spoiler: once our protagonists were freed from being tied up, why didn't they just jump sled instead of racing to tie the ropes back together to lasso a tree? And why didn't Mr. Nezzer jump sled when he saw they were OK?]]
7th Apr '15 2:04:13 AM megamike15
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*** Franchise Original Sin is in full effect here. people may not remember there were parody episodes as well as those based on bible stories. heck the first episode ever was an original story that had Danial and the lion's den slapped on for good measure. it was just they became more common after the ballad of big joe up until the noah episode.
7th Feb '15 8:07:57 PM alphateam7911
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***** Really, it depends on what "the purpose" is, and whether that's determined by WordOfGod or the viewer. Phil Vischer would probably say yes, since he made the show to teach explicitly Christian values, Bible verses and all. But if you watch the show for religion-free moral messages (easier with some episodes than others) or simply for entertainment, you probably wouldn't mind NBC's editing.
6th Dec '14 12:48:47 PM JimmyC
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**** Actually, he's voiced by the same person who voices Larry. If you listen closely, you can hear it's the same inflection and everything, just heavily modulated.
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