VeggieTales: Madame Blueberry  Season #1 Episode #10

Synopsis: Madame Blueberry is the tenth episode of VeggieTales. This is loosely based on the French novel "Madame Bovary".
Genre: Animation
Year:
1998
29 Views

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

Larry:
Uh, yeah, Bob. What do I do?

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

Larry:
Bob, I don't have any hands.

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

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

Bob:
Oh, come on. It'll be fun.

Larry:
Nope, not going to do it.

Bob:
It's for the kids.

Larry:
Oh. Okay. But they better not laugh.

Bob:
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!

All:
VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales. VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales.

Bob:
Broccoli, celery, gotta be...

All:
VeggieTales!

Junior:
Lima beans, collard greens, peachy keen...

All:
VeggieTales!

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

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

(Vegetables laughing)

Bob:
Hi kids, I'm Bob the Tomato! And welcome to... Uh, I'm Bob the Tomato! And welcome to... Larry, what are you doing? Come over here.

Larry:
I'll be right there.

Bob:
Wow! What is this thing?

Larry:
It's my new suzy-action jeep. I've been wanting it just forever and now it's finally mine.

Bob:
Wow! You must be pretty happy to get a cool toy like that.

Larry:
Oh, yeah. Well, almost.

Bob:
Almost?

Larry:
Well, there's just one more thing I need to be really happy.

Bob:
What's that?

Larry:
The camper.

Bob:
The what?

Larry:
The suzy-action camper. You just hook it up to the trailer hitch on my action jeep and I'll be ready for a weekend of wilderness fun.

Bob:
Oh. So once you get the camper, then you'll be happy?

Larry:
I don't know. There's also the dirt bike.

Bob:
The dirt bike?

Larry:
And the jet ski.

Bob:
Uh...

Larry:
And the action hang glider.

Bob:
Larry, how much stuff do you need to be happy?

Larry:
I don't know. How much stuff is there?

Bob:
Heh heh. Maybe this would be a good topic for today's show.

Jean Claude:
Hold that thought, Tomato.

Bob:
Huh? Hey! It's the french peas. Hi, Jean Claude. Hello, Phillipe.

Jean Claude:
Hello.

Phillipe:
Hello, monsieur bob. I think we can help.

Bob:
Oh, really?

Jean Claude:
Oui! Tell me, Tomato. Where do french peas come from?

Bob:
Uh... France?

Jean Claude:
That's right. And in france, we have a story that I think we'll answer your question. It's called "Madame Blueberry."

Larry:
"Madame Blueberry!" I think I've seen that one. Doesn't it have Jerry Lewis in it?

Jean Claude:
No. Be quiet and watch the film.

Larry:
Sorry.

(The story of "Madame Blueberry" begins. The camera pans across a meadow, before panning across a forest of trees, while a butterfly flies over the trees, before the camera pans on a treehouse in the middle of the forest)

Jean Claude:
(voice over) Now Madame Blueberry was a sad little berry. She lived by herself in a house in a tree. Her butlers would show up each morning at nine. They'd open the door to hear Madame whine.

Madame:
I'm so blue hoo hoo, blue hoo hoo, blue hoo hoo, blue hoo hoo hoo. I'm so blue I don't know what to do.

Bob and Larry:
She's so blue hoo hoo, blue hoo hoo, blue hoo hoo hoo. She's so blue, she don't know what to do.

Jean Claude:
(voice over) Her butlers whose names were Bob and Larry, would help her with chores in her house in a tree. Bob would wash dishes for Larry to dry. Madame would stack them and then start to cry.

Madame:
I'm so blue hoo hoo, blue hoo hoo, blue hoo hoo hoo.

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