History Heartwarming / VeggieTales

20th Jan '18 3:54:26 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** Before that, Junior tells his dad that he's really sorry about the plate and his dad says "Oh, Junior. You should know you're more important to me than any silly plate."
* The CallBack in "Wizard of Ha's" to Junior and his dad's first appearance.
--> Dad: I love you, Little Mister.
--> Junior: And I love you, Big Mister.
18th Jan '18 7:48:23 PM treehugger0369
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* Minor, but at the end of "The Fib From Outer Space", Junior ashamedly asks his parents if he's gonna be punished for breaking the bowling plate and lying about it. His parents decide that [[ItMakesSenseInContext almost being eaten by a monster]] as a direct consequence was punishment enough and instead opt to forgive him.
4th Dec '17 10:29:17 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** Meta: That little girl? Was voiced by the creator's daughter. Though she's long since outgrown the role, the track will remain.
26th Nov '17 7:37:55 AM NoSpoilerz
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' ChristmasSpecial, "The Star of Christmas," a pair of Victorian playwrights, played by Bob and Larry, try to write and produce a huge-budget, toe-tapping, lightbulb-covered musical that will "teach London how to love." [[HilarityEnsues Cue about a half hour of them screwing it all up.]] They finally get thrown in ''jail'' for stealing the titular "Star of Christmas," a famous artifact housed at a church. Their cellmate, a grouchy old scallion... thing named Mr. Pincher, mocks their attemtps to teach an entire city to love, and gives them his very cynical yet [[HumansAreBastards surprisingly accurate view of human nature.]] Towards the end, [[StockAesops their lesson is learned: Substance beats flash any day.]] The special ends with the two going to the jail with a plate of cookies, a wreath, and a gift for Mr. Pincher. Bob's character, Cavis Appythart, sums up their selfless, genuine deed with a simple "Merry Christmas," and the old grouch smiles a genuine smile for what seems like the first time in his life. Cue waterworks, and [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Lisa Vischer, the creator's wife, singing a gorgeous rendition of "O Come O Come Emmanuel."]] * sigh* I never knew talking vegetables could be so moving...

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' ChristmasSpecial, "The Star of Christmas," a pair of Victorian playwrights, played by Bob and Larry, try to write and produce a huge-budget, toe-tapping, lightbulb-covered musical that will "teach London how to love." [[HilarityEnsues Cue about a half hour of them screwing it all up.]] They finally get thrown in ''jail'' for stealing the titular "Star of Christmas," a famous artifact housed at a church. Their cellmate, a grouchy old scallion... thing named Mr. Pincher, mocks their attemtps attempts to teach an entire city to love, and gives them his very cynical yet [[HumansAreBastards surprisingly accurate view of human nature.]] Towards the end, [[StockAesops their lesson is learned: Substance beats flash any day.]] The special ends with the two going to the jail with a plate of cookies, a wreath, and a gift for Mr. Pincher. Bob's character, Cavis Appythart, sums up their selfless, genuine deed with a simple "Merry Christmas," and the old grouch smiles a genuine smile for what seems like the first time in his life. Cue waterworks, and [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Lisa Vischer, the creator's wife, singing a gorgeous rendition of "O Come O Come Emmanuel."]] * sigh* I never knew talking vegetables could be so moving...
23rd Sep '17 6:49:51 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* "Beauty and the Beet" has several sweet aspects. First off, Mirabelle, the Belle stand-in, has a family that she obviously adores, from her doting daddy (played by Larry) to her sisters, who are poster child for the message of the episode which is "God loves us whether we deserve it or not so we should love others even when they're not lovable themselves." Next are the songs throughout, which are meaningful on platonic and romantic levels. And finally is the friendship that Mirabelle develops with Mr. Beet, the "beast" of the story; they become so close that her family leaving is heartbreaking for them both and he ultimately risks his life saving Mirabelle and her family, proving the worth of himself to the world and the validity of his hotel's improvements. Ultimately Mirabelle and her family are hired on permanently, becoming Mr. Beet's family.

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* "Beauty and the Beet" has several sweet aspects. First off, Mirabelle, the Belle stand-in, has a family that she obviously adores, from her doting daddy (played by Larry) to her sisters, who are poster child children for the message of the episode which is "God loves us whether we deserve it or not so we should love others even when they're not lovable themselves." Next are the songs throughout, which are meaningful on platonic and romantic levels. And finally is the friendship that Mirabelle develops with Mr. Beet, the "beast" of the story; they become so close that her family leaving is heartbreaking for them both and he ultimately risks his life saving Mirabelle and her family, proving the worth of himself to the world and the validity of his hotel's improvements. Ultimately Mirabelle and her family are hired on permanently, becoming Mr. Beet's family.
25th Jun '17 10:26:28 PM MarshalGrover
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* Junior's "My Day" song
5th May '17 12:47:52 PM Wingnut
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* ''A Snoodle's Tale'' has to be one of, if not ''the'' most beautiful and heartwarming episode of the series. Even its Silly Song is really sweet.

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* ''A Snoodle's Tale'' has to be one of, if not ''the'' most beautiful and heartwarming episode of the series. Even its Silly Song (Sport Utility Vehicle) is really sweet.
5th May '17 12:47:34 PM Wingnut
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* ''A Snoodle's Tale'' has to be one of, if not ''the'' most beautiful and heartwarming episode of the series.

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* ''A Snoodle's Tale'' has to be one of, if not ''the'' most beautiful and heartwarming episode of the series. Even its Silly Song is really sweet.
14th Feb '17 7:46:12 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* "Beauty and the Beet" has several sweet aspects. First off, Mirabelle, the Belle stand-in, has a family that she obviously adores, from her doting daddy (played by Larry) who she obviously adores, to her sisters, who are poster child for the message of the episode which is "God loves us whether we deserve it or not so we should love others even when they're not lovable themselves." Next are the songs throughout, which are meaningful on platonic and romantic levels. And finally is the friendship that Mirabelle develops with Mr. Beet, the "beast" of the story; they become so close that her family leaving is heartbreaking for them both and he ultimately risks his life saving Mirabelle and her family, proving the worth of himself to the world and the validity of his hotel's improvements. Ultimately Mirabelle and her family are hired on permanently, becoming Mr. Beet's family.

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* "Beauty and the Beet" has several sweet aspects. First off, Mirabelle, the Belle stand-in, has a family that she obviously adores, from her doting daddy (played by Larry) who she obviously adores, to her sisters, who are poster child for the message of the episode which is "God loves us whether we deserve it or not so we should love others even when they're not lovable themselves." Next are the songs throughout, which are meaningful on platonic and romantic levels. And finally is the friendship that Mirabelle develops with Mr. Beet, the "beast" of the story; they become so close that her family leaving is heartbreaking for them both and he ultimately risks his life saving Mirabelle and her family, proving the worth of himself to the world and the validity of his hotel's improvements. Ultimately Mirabelle and her family are hired on permanently, becoming Mr. Beet's family.
19th Mar '15 11:59:04 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* "Beauty and the Beet" has several sweet aspects. First off, Mirabelle, the Belle stand-in, has a family that she obviously adores, from her doting daddy (played by Larry) who she obviously adores, to her sisters, who are poster child for the message of the episode which is "God loves us whether we deserve it or not so we should love others even when they're not lovable themselves." Next are the songs throughout, which are meaningful on platonic and romantic levels. And finally is the friendship that Mirabelle develops with Mr. Beet, the "beast" of the story; they become so close that her family leaving is heartbreaking for them both and he ultimately risks his life saving Mirabelle and her family, proving the worth of himself to the world and the validity of his hotel's improvements. Ultimately Mirabelle and her family are hired on permanently, becoming Mr. Beet's family.
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