History YMMV / VeggieTales

22nd Aug '17 2:04:08 PM kablammin45
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* MemeticMutation: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeEihNdXxdc Larry's]] BigNo from "[[Recap/VeggieTalesEpisode11SillySingAlong2TheEndOfSilliness The End of Silliness?]]", primarily by way of WebAnimation/YouTubePoop.
8th Jul '17 5:49:03 PM Scraggle
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* UnfortunateImplications: In "Dave and the Giant Pickle", the French Peas calling the Israelites pigs is somewhat racial, considering Hebrews are kosher. Phil later apologized to anyone in the commentary if they're insulted.
27th Jun '17 12:37:58 PM ANewMan
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** "That's Not Everything" from "The Princess and the Popstar".
24th Jun '17 8:05:44 PM BNSF1995
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** The Silly Song "Best Friends Forever", which has the characters do texting. It doesn't help that the phones used are a keyboard phone and a flip phone, both supplanted by smartphones, leading to jokes that Bob was in charge of the song.

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** The Silly Song "Best Friends Forever", which has the characters do texting. It doesn't help that the phones used are a keyboard phone and a flip phone, both supplanted by smartphones, leading to jokes that Bob (who has a history of being behind the times) was in charge of the song.
24th Jun '17 8:01:42 PM BNSF1995
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* AcceptableTargets: In the Silly Song "Oh, Santa", Larry bakes three cookies for Santa; however, when a bank robber breaks in Larry decides to give him one out of generosity; the same goes for a Norse Viking. However, he brazenly slams the door in the face of ''an agent from the IRS''. At the end of the song, the agent comes in anyway, asks if Larry has "claimed" the cookie, then takes it anyway.

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* AcceptableTargets: In the Silly Song "Oh, Santa", Larry bakes three cookies for Santa; however, when a bank robber breaks in Larry decides to give him one out of generosity; the same goes for a Norse Viking. However, he brazenly slams the door in the face of ''an agent from the IRS''.IRS'', and even gives a knowing smirk to the camera. At the end of the song, the agent comes in anyway, asks if Larry has "claimed" the cookie, then takes it anyway.
23rd Jun '17 7:23:04 PM legoking831
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* ShallowParody: The show isn't usually guilty of this itself, but [=VeggieTales=] has been the target of some mockeries.

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* ShallowParody: The show isn't usually guilty of this itself, but [=VeggieTales=] has been the target of some rather mean-spirited mockeries.
2nd Jun '17 4:22:08 PM cwf123
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* HarsherInHindsight: Bob and Larry are the names of two molesters in Film/{{Freeway}}.
23rd May '17 11:03:57 PM huntdaddy
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* DesignatedVillain: In "The Grapes of Wrath", the eponymous grapes are supposed to be a [[{{Pun}} bunch]] of jerks, but the only ones among them actively causing trouble are [[KidsAreCruel the children, Tom and Rosie Grape]]. Their parents, on the other hand, are shown to be quite a bit saner, especially Ma Grape, who gets on her children's case after Junior Asparagus gets humiliated trying to get back at them for their latest prank. This is pretty much justified considering the story is intended to teach the value of forgiveness[[note]]On a side note, the "70 times 7" thing from Matthew 18:22, a Biblical verse taught in the middle of the story, is taken literally, with the characters trying to figure out what 70 times 7 equaled as Junior tried to find it in himself to forgive them again, which he ends up doing after that multiplication problem is solved[[/note]].
20th May '17 6:42:23 PM huntdaddy
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* DesignatedHero: Larry-Boy in his first two appearances comes off this way. Although he is supposed to be TheDitz and this is kind of the point, he ultimately doesn't do a whole lot to solve the problems in either episode. In ''The Fib From Outer Space'', he not only fails to find the Fib before he grows out of control entirely (in fact, he actually drives by and greets him and Junior at one point, right after stating that [[HypocriticalHumor he will have no problem tracking down the alien]]), it's not even him that helps solve the problem -- he just happens to be in close proximity to Junior when Alfred yells through his headset that Junior is [[Hyp the only one that can stop the Fib from growing.]] In ''The Rumor Weed'', he does even less; he at least attempts to stop the weed from growing, but still never realizes that the only way it can be stopped is through refusing to spread rumors, so his attempts end up doing nothing at all. Worst of all, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero he was the one responsible for creating the villain of the episode]] (albeit unintentionally, but still). Thankfully in ''The Bad Apple'' this got much better; while he still has flaws and the villain still thwarts him to some degree, he actually figures out how to stop her and ''aids'' in doing so too.

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* DesignatedHero: Larry-Boy in his first two appearances comes off this way. Although he is supposed to be TheDitz and this is kind of the point, he ultimately doesn't do a whole lot to solve the problems in either episode. In ''The Fib From Outer Space'', he not only fails to find the Fib before he grows out of control entirely (in fact, he actually drives by and greets him and Junior at one point, right after stating that [[HypocriticalHumor he will have no problem tracking down the alien]]), it's not even him that helps solve the problem -- he just happens to be in close proximity to Junior when Alfred yells through his headset that Junior is [[Hyp [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou the only one that can stop the Fib from growing.]] In ''The Rumor Weed'', he does even less; he at least attempts to stop the weed from growing, but still never realizes that the only way it can be stopped is through refusing to spread rumors, so his attempts end up doing nothing at all. Worst of all, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero he was the one responsible for creating the villain of the episode]] (albeit unintentionally, but still). Thankfully in ''The Bad Apple'' this got much better; while he still has flaws and the villain still thwarts him to some degree, he actually figures out how to stop her and ''aids'' in doing so too.
20th May '17 6:41:28 PM huntdaddy
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* DesignatedHero: Larry-Boy in his first two appearances comes off this way. Although he is supposed to be TheDitz and this is kind of the point, he ultimately doesn't do a whole lot to solve the problems in either episode. In ''The Fib From Outer Space'', he not only fails to find the Fib before he grows out of control entirely (in fact, he actually drives by and greets him and Junior at one point, right after stating that [[{{Irony}} he will have no problem tracking down the alien]]), it's not even him that helps solve the problem -- he just happens to be in close proximity to Junior when Alfred yells through his headset that Junior is [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou the only one that can stop the Fib from growing.]] In ''The Rumor Weed'', he does even less; he at least attempts to stop the weed from growing, but still never realizes that the only way it can be stopped is through refusing to spread rumors, so his attempts end up doing nothing at all. Worst of all, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero he was the one responsible for creating the villain of the episode]] (albeit unintentionally, but still). Thankfully in ''The Bad Apple'' this got much better; while he still has flaws and the villain still thwarts him to some degree, he actually figures out how to stop her and ''aids'' in doing so too.

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* DesignatedHero: Larry-Boy in his first two appearances comes off this way. Although he is supposed to be TheDitz and this is kind of the point, he ultimately doesn't do a whole lot to solve the problems in either episode. In ''The Fib From Outer Space'', he not only fails to find the Fib before he grows out of control entirely (in fact, he actually drives by and greets him and Junior at one point, right after stating that [[{{Irony}} [[HypocriticalHumor he will have no problem tracking down the alien]]), it's not even him that helps solve the problem -- he just happens to be in close proximity to Junior when Alfred yells through his headset that Junior is [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou [[Hyp the only one that can stop the Fib from growing.]] In ''The Rumor Weed'', he does even less; he at least attempts to stop the weed from growing, but still never realizes that the only way it can be stopped is through refusing to spread rumors, so his attempts end up doing nothing at all. Worst of all, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero he was the one responsible for creating the villain of the episode]] (albeit unintentionally, but still). Thankfully in ''The Bad Apple'' this got much better; while he still has flaws and the villain still thwarts him to some degree, he actually figures out how to stop her and ''aids'' in doing so too.
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