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The One and Only You!
Director(s)

Denis Morella

Producer(s)

Vincent Aniceto
Eric Newman

Writer(s)

Phil Vischer

Music by

Kurt Heinecke

Released

June 30, 2021
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Runtime

23 minutes

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The Good Shepherd

Next episode

LarryBoy and the Angry Eyebrows Trouble

The One and Only You! is the eighteenth episode of The VeggieTales Show, which teaches a lesson in being loved.

Plot

Larry, Junior and Laura went to a parade and came back to tell all of their Veggie buddies about the marching bands, balloons and the many interesting and important people in the parade like a fireman, a policeman and even an astronaut.  Meanwhile Laura admits that she sometimes feels pretty ordinary.  She wonders if God sees her and cares about her.  It’s through the story of Peter and Cornelius that Laura learns that God's love is for EVERYONE and that he cares about each one of us.

Characters

Songs

Fun Facts

Trivia

  • This is the first episode for several things:
  • This was the twentieth episode in production, but the eighteenth released.

Remarks

  • Some of Jean Claude's voice clips are not pitch-shifted.

Goofs

  • The ice cream cone that Pa holds changes size.
  • Some of Jean Claude's voice clips are not pitch-shifted.
  • Archibald's line, "The miracle sign!" is slightly higher pitched.

Inside References

  • A few costumes are reused from previous episodes:
  • Jimmy mentions Burger Bell at the beginning of the episode. This is the first time it has been mentioned since The Best Christmas Gift.
  • The set of Peter's house is reused from The Wonderfulness of Wisdom.
  • Larry mentions Barbara Manatee in the "Alligator Family" song.
  • The truck that the alligator rides in during the "Alligator Family" song is re-used from LarryBoy and the Cape-Coat Caper.
    • The exclamation that Larry makes when he bumps into the ladder when attempting to help Bob catch Junior and when he is attacked by the alligator during the Silly Song is also taken from the same episode.

Real-World References

  • When everyone begins speaking different languages, Jerry says "Hakuna Matata", a Swahili phrase meaning "no worries" made popular by the song of the same name in The Lion King.

Transcript

Credits

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Gallery

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