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Referenced By / VeggieTales

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Live-Action TV

  • Degrassi: The Next Generation
    • In the episode “When Doves Cry”, Craig’s father comes home with two VHS tapes. Upon further inspection, the tapes seem to be two Veggie Tales VHS tapes.
  • My Name Is Earl
    • In “My Name is Alias”, after Darnell refuses to kill a dictator who’s only nine years old, his father mentions he wanted to nationalize the gold mines because he saw a Veggie Tales episode about sharing.

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Western Animation

  • 3-2-1 Penguins!:
    • In "Trouble on Planet Wait-Your-Turn", Michelle says that she and Jason stopped at Burger Bell on their way to the cottage. Burger Bell first appeared in "Love Songs with Mr Lunt, His Cheeseburger." Larry the Cucumber also makes an appearance as a vacuum cleaner.
    • In "Runaway Pride at Lightstation Kilowatt", the magnets holding up the pictures on the refrigerator look like Bob and Larry.
    • In "Lazy Daze", Bert Bertman's mug has a picture of Larry-Boy on it.
    • In "More is More", the Chancellor from Planet Gutt has ordered pizza from Pizza Angel.
    • In "Wiki Tiki", music from the Silly Song Lance the Turtle plays several times.
    • In "Git Along Little Doggies!", some music from the episode "The Ballad of Little Joe" is used.
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    • In "Promises, Promises", the comic book that Michelle uses to plug up the hole in the dam depicts Bob and Larry on one panel.
  • Drawn Together:
    • In "Clum Babies", Clara brings in her friends, Bob the Cucumber and Larry the Tomato from VeggieFables, to get Wooldoor to stop masturbating.
    • In "In "Wooldoor Sockbat's Giggle-Wiggle Funny Tickle Non-Traditional Progressive Multicultural Roundtable", a few VeggieFables characters can be seen as anti-gay spectators at the Senate hearing regarding Woodloor's show.
  • MAD: The episode "Kitchen Nightmares Before Christmas / How I Met Your Mummy" features a sketch about the TV show VeggieTales from the Crypt.
  • Robot Chicken: A sketch from "No Country for Old Dogs" features a spoof called Fruity Fables.
  • The Simpsons:
    • In "HOMR", a stand for VeggieTales can be seen at the animation convention.
    • In "The Fat and the Furriest", Homer watches a parody of VeggieTales retelling the story of Moses, something they would do 6 years later, but in a Western setting.
    • In "Pranksta Rap", we see a clip from Mel Gibson's The Salad of the Christ.
    • In "The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed", Homer gets lost in the desert while visiting Israel and has a vision of talking vegetables telling him that he has been chosen to spread God's message.

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