VeggieTales: Are You My Neighbor?  Season #1 Episode #3

Synopsis: Are You My Neighbor? is the third episode of VeggieTales. The first segment is in the style of the works of Dr. Seuss. The second segment is based on the 1960s sci-fi series Star Trek by Paramount Television.
Genre: Animation

Okay, Larry, it's time for the theme song.

Uh, yeah, Bob. What do I do?

Hmm... Let's see. I know. You play the guitar.

Bob, I don't have any hands.

Oh, you're right. Well, okay, you play this.

I don't want to play that! I'll look silly!

Oh, come on. It'll be fun.

Nope. Not going to do it.

It's for the kids.

Oh. Okay. But they better not laugh.

All right! Better get on out there. If you like to talk to tomatoes, If a squash can make you smile, If you like to waltz with potatoes, Up and down the produce aisle... Have we got a show for you!

VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales. VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales.

Broccoli, celery, gotta be...


Lima beans, collard greens, peachy keen...


Cauliflower, sweet and sour, half an hour...

VeggieTales! There's never ever-ever-ever-ever been a show like VeggieTales! There's never ever-ever-ever-ever been a show like VeggieTales! It's time for VeggieTales!

(Vegetables laughing)

Hi kids. And welcome to VeggieTales. I'm Bob the Tomato.

And I'm Larry the Cucumber.

And we're here to answer your questions.


I bet you're wondering why Larry has a shoe on his head.

Yeah, Bob. Why do I have a shoe on my head?

Well, I got a letter today from Latasha Robbins of Savannah, Georgia. Latasha wants to know what loving your neighbor really means.

That's why I have a shoe on my head?

Yes, no, well kind of.

Help me out here, Bob.

You see, I'm about to tell Latasha the story of Flibber-O-Loo. And in that story, you, Larry, have a shoe on your head.

Oh, it's all so clear now. Hurry up and tell the story, my head's starting to sweat.

Okay, here goes.

(camera fades to The Story of Flibber-O-Loo)

(voice over) The sun always shone on the mountains of fibble, the wind and the rains never came. To call the place beautiful, no one would quibble, though hard on the feet, they'd exclaim. But high in those hills, past the rocks and the rubble, so high that the clouds were below, were two tiny towns that were nothing but trouble. As you listen, you'll see that it's so. The town to the west that thought it was best, bore the name Flibber-O-Loo. Where the women and men, since 17-10 have worn on their heads, one large shoe. Now in town number two one big shoe wouldn't do, so the people in Jibber-de-Lot, would look down and bellow, at shoe-headed fellows, and place on their own heads - a pot.

Mine's really more of a kettle.

(voice over) For days without end these two neighbors would bicker, as to whose headgear was best. And the shoes and the pots would fly ever thicker, from morning to night without rest. But not all the people who lived in theses cities were angry and bitter and vile. A few would write poems and sing happy ditties and greet all their friends with a smile. One Flibbian fellow who hated to fight, tried hard not to act like a mobster. While pots crashed around him from morning to night, he'd just play with his pet wind-up lobster. They kept to themselves and they'd talk and they'd talk, until one day he said.

Hey, let's go for a walk. I'm tired of lying around like a squid, I want to go out there.

(voice over) So that's what he did. The shoe-headed boy and his blue plastic friend walked out of their town and began to descend to the dark rocky alley between the two cities, away from his friends and their light-hearted ditties.

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