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God Loves You Very Much
Directed by

Mike Nawrocki

Produced by

Chris Wall

Written by

Mike Nawrocki

Music by

Kurt Heinecke

Distributed by

TBA (original)
Universal Studios Home Entertainment (re-release)

Released

December 6, 2011

Runtime

1 hour and 21 minutes

Previous episode

Bob Lends a Helping Hand

Next episode

If I Sang a Silly Song...

God Loves You Very Much is a DVD released in 2011. It is a sequel to God Made You Special.

Plot

Bob and Larry are at the countertop, with Larry saying "God made you special", leaving Bob confused as that's what they say at the end of the show. Larry tells him that since the show is called "God Loves You Very Much", they should say it. Bob sees Larry painting, and figures they're remaking "Painting in the Rain", so he puts on a raincoat and umbrella. Larry then asks why he is dressed up, with Bob replying that they're doing the big musical number. The cucumber tells him that they're not doing that, with Bob wondering where the script he found came from. Turns out it was the French Peas' script and they're trying to figure out what they should do for the next show. Larry explains that since they're doing a show about God's love, classic stories will play while he paints. Bob wonders what he's suppose to do, with the French Peas replying that they need him to practice for their next show.

While Larry paints, Junior, Laura, Annie, and Joe asks about if God loves them, with Larry painting that he does.

Segment 1: "The Ballad of Little Joe"

Segment 2: "Gideon: Tuba Warrior"

Segment 3: "Rack, Shack and Benny"

At the closing countertop, Bob compliments Larry's painting and suggests yellow is a better color for happiness. They recapped what they learned from the stories, but Larry asks Bob what the next show is about. Jean-Claude and Phillipe pitch other ideas to Bob of what video should be next after their failed attempt at "Painting in the Rain" and its re-write "Painting on a Train". Their next idea is "Planet of the Grapes", with Bob seeing this as a bad idea. They end the show, and Bob suggest to the Peas that he liked the first idea better, with Jean-Claude saying he doesn't know genius.

The shows ends with Screen Tests.

Stories

Songs

Home Video

God Loves You Very Much/Home Video

Features

God Loves You Very Much/Features

Fun Facts

Explanations

  • Motion sickness is when one part of your balance-sensing system (your inner ear, eyes, and sensory nerves) senses that your body is moving, but the other parts don't.

Trivia

Remarks

  • The DVD cover states there are four stories, but like with Bob Lends a Helping Hand and Larry Learns to Listen, it's only three stories and one song.
  • Because the three stories were made in 4:3 rather than 16:9, they are zoomed in so it can match the rest of the video which is in widescreen.
  • It's never explained where the canvases dropped from.
  • "Pants" is on the bonus features, rather than "Dance of the Cucumber".

Goofs

  • The credits listed quite a few things wrong:
    • Rachel Pitts and Ally Nawrocki are credited in "Gideon", but the story they're in is not on the DVD.
    • Like with the original video, none of the voice casts were properly credited for what roles they played.
    • God Loves You is not credited.

Real-World References

Credits

God Loves You Very Much/Credits

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