VeggieTales: Dave and the Giant Pickle  Season #1 Episode #5

Synopsis: Dave and the Giant Pickle is the fifth VeggieTales episode. It has one main plot and the Silly Song is "I Love My Lips." It was released in 1996. This episode's lesson is "Self-Esteem".
Genre: Animation
Year:
1996
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Larry-Boy:
Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah... Ah-choo!

(Larry-Boy's sneeze propels himself away from Bob's nose.)

Bob:
Ow! That smarts!

Larry-Boy:
Hey, look! I'm a larry-go-round.

Bob:
(Laughs) As I was saying, we just got a letter from Myra Eggleston of Youngstown, Pennsylvania. Now, Myra has a lot of brothers and sisters and they're all bigger than she is. She says that they can do really neat things like play soccer and dance ballet...but Myra's too little. So, Myra wants to know what's special about her?

Larry-Boy:
Oh, Myra. I know how you feel.

Bob:
Well, Myra and Larry, I'm gonna tell you a story about a boy named Dave.

(The story of "Dave and the Giant Pickle" begins. The story begins in the desert where we see three shepherds with the sheep.)

Bob:
(voice over) Now, Dave lived in a land called israel, a long, long time ago. So long ago, that there weren't any cars or telephones or vacuum cleaners or anything. There more mostly just...sheep. Especially around Dave's house because Dave was a shepherd.

(The camera pans past Jimmy Gourd...)

Bob:
(voice over) No-no. That's not him. That's one of his brothers.

(...then Jerry Gourd...)

Bob:
(voice over) Nope. Another brother.

(...then Tom Grape...)

Bob:
(voice over) Uh... Nope. Another brother. Dave had a lot of brothers.

(...and finally stops on a sheep.)

Bob:
(voice over) Aha! There he is! No. Not the sheep. He's behind the sheep. Uh... Shoo there, Fluffy.

(The sheep hops away, revealing Dave.)

Dave:
Hi. I'm Dave. I have a lot of brothers.

Bob:
(voice over) Yep. Seven, to be exact. Now, Dave and his brothers spent most of their time in the fields taking care of their sheep which could be hard work because their sheep had an unusual problem.

Dave:
They tip over.

(As is on cue, a sheep falls next to Dave.)

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