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Puppies and Guppies
Directed by

Craig George
Tim Hodge
Bill Breneisen

Written by

Ethan Nicolle
Eric Branscum
Mike Nelson


March 25, 2016


88 minutes

Puppies and Guppies is a VeggieTales in the House DVD that includes eight episodes from the series.


Join Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and all their veggie friends in this super-sized collection of 8 all-new stories full of music and fun! 

In these hilarious adventures about pets, popcorn, jet packs and more, kids will laugh and learn what it means to be responsible and kind to others. And parents will like knowing their kids are entertained by stories based on values from the Bible!


  1. Puppies and Guppies
  2. Junior Gets a Pet
  3. The Guppy Whisperer
  4. Cool as a Cucumber
  5. Laura at Bat
  6. Popcorntastrophe!
  7. Junior Jetpack
  8. Larry's Cardboard Thumb


Bonus Features


Fun Facts


  • There are a few differences between the prototype and final front covers:
    • The background in the original is the interior of Pa's Corner Store, while it's the outside of the Veggie House.
    • Pa Grape is replaced with Petunia.
    • The guppies gained facial eyes with pupils in the final.
    • Rooney has his tongue sticking out in the prototype, while he has a bone in the final.
    • The VeggieTales logo doesn't have the "In the House" text.
  • The cover depicts a few things from the episodes it contains:
    • The jar of guppies (Puppies and Guppies)
    • A kite flying (Cool as a Cucumber)
    • Rooney holding a bone (either Popcorntastrophe! or Junior Jetpack)
    • Petunia holding her daisy (Larry's Cardboard Thumb)
  • This is one of the few videos not to contain the Why We Do What We Do Promo.


  • The cover depicts a few things wrong:
    • The guppies are not illustrated correctly compare to how they are in the actual episode. Only the prototype cover got it right.
    • Petunia's daisy has yellow petals instead of white.
    • The back states that there's a fullscreen (4:3) version included, but it doesn't.
  • The disc has the current Big Idea logo, but the cover still has the previous one.
  • Because both Bacon Bill and Motato are in the episodes included here, newcomers would get confused as both Bacon and Ice Cream and For the Honor of LarryBoy were the introduction episodes for said characters.