VeggieTales: King George and the Ducky  Season #2 Episode #13

Synopsis: King George and the Ducky is the thirteenth episode of VeggieTales. This story is a retelling of David and Bathsheba from the Book of Second Samuel.
Genre: Animation
Year:
2000
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(The episode opens on the countertop with Jimmy and Jerry Gourd, who are disguised respectively as Bob and Larry.)

Jimmy:
Hi, kids! And welcome to VeggieTales! I'm Bob the Tomato!

Jerry:
And I'm Larry... (Jimmy nudges him) the Cucumber!

Jimmy:
And we're here to answer your questions!

Jerry:
Right!

Jimmy:
Now, we got a letter today, from a kid named, uh... Jimmy, who lives in a place near... texas somewhere.

Jerry:
Yeah, texas!

Jimmy:
Now, this kid, Jimmy, says that he knows this other kid named, uh...

Jerry:
Jerry!

Jimmy:
Yeah, sure! Jerry! This other kid named Jerry! Now, Jimmy says that this kid, Jerry, is soooo selfish, one of the most selfish kids in the world, so selfish, it just makes you sick!

Jerry:
No. No, he's not.

Jimmy:
Who's not?

Jerry:
Jerry. He's not selfish, he's nice.

Jimmy:
No! He's selfish! Remember? The letter?

Jerry:
Uh, no! Jimmy said that Jerry was nice, while that other kid... Hubert was selfish!

Jimmy:
Hubert?

Jerry:
Yeah, Hubert.

Jimmy:
Who's gonna name their kid Hubert? Look, Jerry- er, Larry! In the letter we got today from that kid Jimmy who lives near texas somewhere, he said that his friend Jerry was selfish! That's what it said, remember?

(Jerry is now grumpy as his Larry mask falls off.)

Jerry:
You wanna piece of me?

Jimmy:
Hey! Whoa! Oh, man! You're the one that said Jerry! I was gonna-

Bob:
(Off-screen) Hey! What's going on here?

(Jimmy and Jerry become afraid when they hear Bob's voice. Jerry looks around worriedly before putting his mask back on, albeit upside down. Bob and Larry then show up.)

Larry:
Yeah! What are you guys doing?

Jimmy:
Uh, hi there! I'm Bob the Tomato!

Jerry:
And I'm not selfish!

Bob:
You're not Bob the Tomato, I'm Bob the Tomato! Jimmy? Jerry? Is that you? What in the world are you guys doing?

Jimmy:
Aw man! We were just trying to help.

Jerry:
Yeah, help.

Jimmy:
We figured you needed a break.

Bob:
Break? I just had a break! I don't need another one.

Jimmy:
Aw, come on, Bob! Please let us do this! We've been wanting to host a show ever since Dave and the Giant Pickle!

Bob:
I don't know about this. I'm not sure I-

Jimmy:
We've got a story!

Bob:
You do?

Jimmy:
Yeah, we do! Jerry wrote it himself, right, Jerry?

Jerry:
That's right, Jimmy. I got a story.

Larry:
Well, what's it about?

Jimmy:
It teaches kids not to be selfish.

Bob:
Oh. Well that's a good thing to teach kids, I suppose. Maybe, if you've got a good story-

Jimmy:
Oh, thanks, Bob! You won't be sorry. You'll see.

Larry:
What's it called?

Jimmy:
Um, it's called, um... I don't know. Jerry, what's it called?

Jerry:
It's called "The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill and Came Down With All the Bananas".

(Jimmy nudges Jerry, which makes Jerry's mask become right side up again.)

Bob:
Catchy.

Jimmy:
Now, if you'll excuse us, we've got a show to do.

Bob:
Oh, okay.

Larry:
Break a leg.

Jimmy:
Well, Jimmy from near texas, here's a story for you to show that other selfish kid.

Jerry:
Hubert! Roll film!

(The screen goes dark, but nothing happens.)

Jerry:
(Off-screen) Uh, roll film!

(Story begins in the style of an old fashioned film, before the story's title comes up as...)

Jerry:
(Off-screen) "The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill and Came Down With All The Bananas".

(Camera pans down to show Scallion #1 wearing an Englishman costume while standing next to a big pile of bananas.)

Scallion #1:
Hello, I am the Englishman who went up a hill and came down with all the bananas, leaving, of course, the inhabitants of the hill with no bananas, and therefore, bestowing the term "selfish" upon myself.

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