VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE

"Biblical Values in Your House"

Quality: Content: +4 "EXEMPLARY"
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Summary:

VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE is a spinoff for Netflix of the original VEGGIETALES, with short stories about Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and their friends. VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE is a good, winsome, uplifting way to expose young children to Scripture and biblical principles.

Episodes:

NumberDateTitleQualityContent
111/26/2014Puppies & Guppies/Sorry We’re Closed+4
211/26/2014Bob & the Awesome Frosting Mustache/Gettin’ Angry+4
311/26/2014Bob’s Bad Breath/Trading Places+4
411/26/2014Jim and Jerry are Rich/Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot.+4

Review:

VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE is a spinoff of the original VEGGIETALES and follows Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber. Every episode has two mini episodes within it and is filled with silly songs as the Veggies embark on new adventures throughout the house. This children’s comedy stays true to VeggieTales’ roots, weaving biblical content and scriptures in with life lessons and moral messages.
VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE is aimed toward younger children, but it can be enjoyed by viewers of all ages. Like most shows for younger children, the storylines are usually very simple and contain many gaps and logic in the plot. However, usually the moral message is clear within the story. VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE ends almost every episode by Bob and Larry saying “Remember kids, God made you special, and He loves you very much.”
There is no continuing storyline. All 11-minute mini segments stand by themselves as short stories. Unlike many of the original VeggieTales, these episodes are not based on Biblical stories like David and Goliath.
VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE follows the everyday happenings of Bob and Larry in their kitchen life. For example, one episode is about Larry and Petunia wanting to get a puppy and working so they have enough money to buy food and supplies for the puppy. The program rephrases the same sentence many different ways because it’s aimed at younger children. VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE is a good way to expose young children to Scripture and biblical principles.

In Brief:

VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE is a spinoff for Netflix of the original VEGGIETALES. Every episode has two mini episodes and is filled with silly songs as the Veggies embark on new adventures throughout the house. This children’s comedy stays true to VeggieTales’ roots, weaving in biblical content and scripture with life lessons and moral messages.

There is no continuing storyline to VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE. All 11-minute mini segments stand by themselves as short stories. Unlike many of the original VeggieTales, these episodes are not based on Biblical stories like David and Goliath. Instead, they follow Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and their friends. For example, one segment, titled “Puppies & Guppies, is about Larry and Petunia wanting a puppy and working so they have enough money to buy the puppy’s food and supplies. The segment quotes Luke 16:10, “He who is faithful in what is least is faithful also in much; and he who is unjust in what is least is unjust also in much.” VEGGIETALES IN THE HOUSE is a good way to expose children to Scripture and biblical principles.