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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.

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[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeEihNdXxdc Larry's]] BigNo from "[[Recap/VeggieTalesEpisode11SillySingAlong2TheEndOfSilliness The End of Silliness?]]", primarily by way of WebAnimation/YouTubePoop.


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** "[[https://i.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/mobile/000/027/174/veggie.jpg Allow us to introduce ourselves...]]"[[labelnote:Explanation]] The first lyric of the "Stuff Mart Rap", also from "Madam Blueberry", which has seen use as an exploitable image macro, particularly as a punchline to jokes involving a person, place, or thing doing something that attracts a lot of attention from others.[[/labelnote]]


* 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 [[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 [[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 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, on accident, but still). Thankfully in ''The Cartoon Adventures'' & ''The Bad Apple'' this got much better; while he still has flaws and the villain villains still thwarts thwart him to some degree, he actually figures out how to stop her them and ''aids'' in doing so too.


* 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, and the same goes for a Norse Viking. However, he brazenly slams the door in the face of ''an agent from the 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.


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* CrossesTheLineTwice: 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, and the same goes for a Norse Viking. However, he brazenly slams the door in the face of ''an agent from the 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.


** This actually created some problems with the original version of "The Bunny Song" from the "Rack, Shack and Benny" video when Big Idea was deluged with complaints from parents about kids singing lines like "I don't love my mom or my dad, just the bunny" out of context; as a resultm the song was rewritten and redubbed for later releases, and a [[ClipShow Silly Song compilation video]] contained a follow-up song where Mr. Nezzer's lesson appears to have stuck with him.

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** This actually created some problems with the original version of "The Bunny Song" from the "Rack, Shack and Benny" video when Big Idea was deluged with complaints from parents about kids singing lines like "I don't love my mom or my dad, just the bunny" out of context; as a resultm result the song was rewritten and redubbed for later releases, and a [[ClipShow Silly Song compilation video]] contained a follow-up song where Mr. Nezzer's lesson appears to have stuck with him.


* {{Woolseyism}}: Some dubs such as the 2nd Brazilian Portuguess dub, the Chilean Spanish dub (although only for 2 episodes, which are Are You My Neighbor and Rack Shack & Benny), the Croatian dub, and the Slovenian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.

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* {{Woolseyism}}: Some dubs such as the 2nd Brazilian Portuguess Portuguese dub, the Chilean Spanish dub (although only for 2 episodes, which are Are You My Neighbor and Rack Shack & Benny), the Croatian dub, and the Slovenian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.


* {{Woolseyism}}: The Brazilian dubs, the Chilean Spanish dub (although only for 2 episodes), the Croatian dub, and the Slovenian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.

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* {{Woolseyism}}: The Some dubs such as the 2nd Brazilian dubs, Portuguess dub, the Chilean Spanish dub (although only for 2 episodes), episodes, which are Are You My Neighbor and Rack Shack & Benny), the Croatian dub, and the Slovenian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.


** ''Larryboy and the Bad Apple'' actually got two different games for both the [=PS2=] and the GBA. While the GBA game was [[NoProblemWithLicensedGames a pretty good 2D puzzle-platformer]], the [=PS2=] game (a 3D platformer), however, was hampered by messy controls, somewhat repetitive gameplay, and wasted potential.

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** ''Larryboy and the Bad Apple'' actually got two different games for both the [=PS2=] and the GBA. While the GBA game was [[NoProblemWithLicensedGames [[SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames a pretty good 2D puzzle-platformer]], the [=PS2=] game (a 3D platformer), however, was hampered by messy controls, somewhat repetitive gameplay, and wasted potential.


* SeasonalRot: Phil stated in a podcast that he noticed that the post-''Jonah'' episodes aren't as successful (in terms of selling) as the older ones, and speculates how it's probably how the media reacts nowadays.

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* SeasonalRot: [[IncrediblyLamePun A show about talking vegetables was bound to succumb to this.]] Phil stated in a podcast that he noticed that the post-''Jonah'' episodes aren't as successful (in terms of selling) as the older ones, and speculates how it's probably how the media reacts nowadays.


* {{Woolseyism}}: The Brazilian dubs, one of the Latin Spanish dubs, and the Croatian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.

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* {{Woolseyism}}: The Brazilian dubs, one of the Latin Chilean Spanish dubs, and dub (although only for 2 episodes), the Croatian dub, and the Slovenian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.


* Woolseyism: The Brazilian dubs, one of the Latin Spanish dubs, and the Croatian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.

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* Woolseyism: {{Woolseyism}}: The Brazilian dubs, one of the Latin Spanish dubs, and the Croatian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.

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* Woolseyism: The Brazilian dubs, one of the Latin Spanish dubs, and the Croatian dub change the letters and their senders to allow the show to blend in with foreign environments.

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** The episode "Lyle the Kindly Viking" has a segment of the story of "Omelette", based on not being able to find a copy of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}''. The musical ''Theatre/SomethingRotten'' would later run with a similar plot point as this, including the name of the play.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MreUtmdNqpc If you like to talk to tomatoes. If a squash can make you smile...]]

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* {{Narm}}: On September 11, 2017, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/dankchristianmemes/comments/6zjh49/veggietales_remembers_911/ a certain post]] on the ''[=VeggieTales=]'' social media commemorating 9/11 became the subject of mockery. The accompanying picture featured Bob and Larry with the text "Never Forget 9/11", which wouldn't have been bad if Bob and Larry hadn't had looked oddly ''happy''...


** AIR COMPRESSORS.[[labelnote: Explanation]]A joke that originated from a YouTube series called Dumb Dubbies. In one video where the cast of the series does a live dub of the episode "Madam Blueberry," the titular characters is obsessed with air compressors, to the point where she even gets high on them. This eventually led many other channels in the Veggietales YTP community to reference this joke.[[/labelnote]]

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** AIR COMPRESSORS.[[labelnote: Explanation]]A joke that originated from a YouTube series called Dumb Dubbies. In one video where the cast of the series does a live dub of the episode "Madam Blueberry," the titular characters character is obsessed with air compressors, to the point where she even gets high on them. This eventually led many other channels in the Veggietales YTP community to reference this joke.[[/labelnote]]

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