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|episode name = Abe and the Amazing Promise
|next episode = [[I Scream, You Scream!]]}}
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|director = [[John Wahba]]
'''Moon Menace on Planet Tell-a-Lie! '''is the 30th direct-to-video episode for [[3-2-1 Penguins!|321 Penguins!]]
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|producer = [[Chris Wall]]
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|release date = February 9, 2009
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|runtime = 52 minutes
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'''Abe and the Amazing Promise''' is the 34th episode of [[VeggieTales]].
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The first story is a retelling of Abraham
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
In the attic, Jason is pretending to be a humonga gila monster ranpaging through a small town made of cardboard boxes. Michelle
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==Fun Facts==
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====Explanations====
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*Cairo, Illinois is a southernmost city in the state of Illinois. John Wahba stated that even though the area exists, the name was a mixed of where he worked during his tenure at [[Big Idea]], and his birthplace, Cairo, Egypt.
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** Interestingly, the US city itself was named after the Egyptian capital city
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*The other type of patient is the type of person who needs medical treatment.
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====Trivia====
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*This is the last show to have a letter from a kid until [[The Penniless Princess]].
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*Originally, there were more story plots in the Abe section, but they were removed in the final version due to many plotholes that weren't resolved.
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====Remarks====
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*Even though the episode is titled about Abraham, most  of the show's runtime was mostly on "Blunder's of Boo-Boo Ville".
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*This wasn't the first time Qwerty had [[God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?!|two verses in one show]] before. Although this is the first time he popped up two in one go.
   
==Trivia==
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====Inside References====
*This is the only episode in which Grandmum's face is shown.
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*This isn't [[Josh and the Big Wall!|the first time]] Junior co-hosted the show alongside Bob and they imagine themselves in a story.
   
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====Real-World References====
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*Larry, Moe, and Shemp are the names of "The Three Stooges".
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*"Dancing with the Stars" is a dance competition show that airs on ABC. The second season aired on January 2006.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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[[File:AbeandtheAmazingPromiseTitleCard.png|250px|link=Abe and the Amazing Promise/Gallery]]<br />
Moon Menace on Planet Tell-a-Lie.png|Moon Menace on Planet Tell-a-Lie 1996
 
321.jpg|2002 Warner Bros Vhs Front
 
Th 026.jpg|2002 Warner Bros Vhs Front With Vhs Tape
 
Th 018.jpg|2002 Warner Bros Vhs Back
 
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[[Category:VeggieTales episodes]]

Revision as of 19:44, September 30, 2014

AbeandtheAmazingPromise
Abe and the Amazing Promise
Director(s)

John Wahba

Producer(s)

Chris Wall

Music by

Kurt Heinecke

Released

February 9, 2009

Runtime

52 minutes

Abe and the Amazing Promise is the 34th episode of VeggieTales.

The first story is a retelling of Abraham

Plot

Fun Facts

Explanations

  • Cairo, Illinois is a southernmost city in the state of Illinois. John Wahba stated that even though the area exists, the name was a mixed of where he worked during his tenure at Big Idea, and his birthplace, Cairo, Egypt.
    • Interestingly, the US city itself was named after the Egyptian capital city
  • The other type of patient is the type of person who needs medical treatment.

Trivia

  • This is the last show to have a letter from a kid until The Penniless Princess.
  • Originally, there were more story plots in the Abe section, but they were removed in the final version due to many plotholes that weren't resolved.

Remarks

  • Even though the episode is titled about Abraham, most  of the show's runtime was mostly on "Blunder's of Boo-Boo Ville".
  • This wasn't the first time Qwerty had two verses in one show before. Although this is the first time he popped up two in one go.

Inside References

  • This isn't the first time Junior co-hosted the show alongside Bob and they imagine themselves in a story.

Real-World References

  • Larry, Moe, and Shemp are the names of "The Three Stooges".
  • "Dancing with the Stars" is a dance competition show that airs on ABC. The second season aired on January 2006.

Gallery

AbeandtheAmazingPromiseTitleCard

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