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VeggieTales is the Latin American dub of said show in the Spanish language.

The series was initially dubbed during late 1996-1997/1998 in Chile at dubbing studio DINT Doblajes Internacionales. A new dub was produced in Ecuador at HCJB - Televozandes and in Miami at BVI Communications Inc. from 2006 to 2008. The new dub's cast also reprised their roles in the Latin Spanish dub of VeggieTales on TV (VeggieTales en la tele).

Translations and Voices[]

English Name Spanish Name Spanish Voice Actor
Bob the Tomato Bob el Tomate Jorge Araneda (original dub)
Roberto Sánches (original dub; singing, Where's God When I'm S-Scared?, God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?!, and Rack, Shack and Benny)
Unknown (original dub; singing, The Toy That Saved Christmas)
Julio Cármenes (re-dub; Ecuador)
Diego Osorio (re-dub; Miami)
Larry Villanueva (re-dub; singing, Miami, the theme song, one song in Are You My Neighbor?, and the Silly Song in Gideon: Tuba Warrior)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (re-dub; singing, Miami, Rack, Shack and Benny)
Larry the Cucumber Larry el Pepino Alejandro Trejo (original dub)
Ricardo Álvarez (original dub; singing, Where's God When I'm S-Scared?-Are You My Neighbor? and three songs in Rack, Shack and Benny)
Unknown (original dub; singing, two songs in Rack, Shack and Benny and the Silly Songs in Dave and the Giant Pickle and The Toy That Saved Christmas)
Guillermo Segarra (re-dub; Ecuador)
Larry Villanueva (re-dub; Miami)
Orlando Noguera (Gideon: Tuba Warrior; main story only)
Junior Asparagus Junior Espárrago Gianina Talloni (original dub)
Tatiana Bustos (original dub; singing)
María Dolores Ortíz (re-dub; Ecuador)
Margarita Coego (re-dub; Miami)
Laura Carrot Laura Zanahoria Unknown (original dub)
Tatiana Bustos (original dub; singing)
María Dolores Ortíz (re-dub; Ecuador, The Toy That Saved Christmas and Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed)
Martha Ramirez (re-dub; Ecuador, An Easter Carol and Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush)
Unknown (re-dub; Miami, Rack, Shack and Benny)
Patricia Azán (re-dub; Miami, Larry-Boy! and the Fib from Outer Space!)
Arianna López (re-dub; Miami, Duke and the Great Pie War)
Unknown (re-dub; singing, Miami, Rack, Shack and Benny)
Archibald Asparagus Archibald Espárrago Omar López (1st dub)
Marco Antonio Espina (1st dub; Dave and the Giant Pickle)
Unknown (1st dub; singing, Where's God When I'm S-Scared?)
Roberto Sánches (1st dub; singing, Are You My Neighbor? and Dave and the Giant Pickle)
Renato Ortega (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (2nd dub; Miami)
Xavier Coronel (2nd dub; alternate voice, Miami)
Larry Villanueva (Gideon: Tuba Warrior; main story only)
Jimmy Gourd Jimmy Calabaza Pablo Ausensi (1st dub)
Roberto Sánches (1st dub; singing, two songs in Are You My Neighbor?)
Tatiana Bustos (1st dub; singing, one song in Are You My Neighbor?)
Juan Carlos Terán (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Orlando Noguera (2nd dub; Miami)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (2nd dub; singing, Miami)
Jerry Gourd Jerry Calabaza Pablo Ausensi (1st dub; Are You My Neighbor?)
Sandro Larenas (1st dub; Dave and the Giant Pickle)
Ricardo Álvarez (1st dub; singing)
Guillermo Segarra (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Orlando Noguera (2nd dub; Miami)
Eduardo Wasveiler (2nd dub; Miami, Larry-Boy! and the Fib from Outer Space!)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (2nd dub; singing, Miami)
Madame Blueberry
María Dolores Ortíz (Ecuador)
Margarita Coego (Miami)
Mr. Nezzer Sr. Nosor (1st dub)
Sr. Nezzer (2nd dub)
Omar López (1st dub)
Roberto Sánches (1st dub; singing)
John Gowan (2nd dub; 1st voice, Ecuador)
Matías Dávila (2nd dub; 2nd voice, Ecuador)
Manolo Coego (2nd dub; Miami, Rack, Shack and Benny and Gideon: Tuba Warrior)
Tomás Doval (2nd dub, Miami, Duke and the Great Pie War)
Mr. Lunt Sr. Lunt Pablo Ausensi (original dub; Rack, Shack and Benny)
Alejandro Trejo (original dub; The Toy That Saved Christmas)
Roberto Sánches (original dub; singing)
John Gowan (2nd dub; 1st voice, Ecuador)
Pablo Alvarado (2nd dub; 2nd voice, Ecuador)
Eduardo Wasveiler (2nd dub; Miami)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (2nd dub; singing, Miami)
Orlando Noguera (one episode of VeggieTales on TV)
Pa Grape Pa Uva
Papá Uva (credits to Moe and the Big Exit)
Omar López (1st dub)
Alejandro Trejo (1st dub; The Toy That Saved Christmas)
Roberto Sánches (1st dub; singing)
Diego Naranjo (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (2nd dub; Miami)
Tomás Doval (Gideon: Tuba Warrior)
Manolo Coego (Gideon: Tuba Warrior; George Mueller story only)
Dad Asparagus Papá Espárrago Javier Rodríguez (1st dub)
Jorge Araneda (1st dub; The Toy That Saved Christmas)
Juan Carlos Terán (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Tomás Doval (2nd dub; Miami)
Mom Asparagus Mamá Espárrago Carmen Disa Gutiérrez (1st dub)
Tatiana Bustos (1st dub; singing)
Priscila Landazuri (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Anna Silvetti (2nd dub; Miami)
Petunia Rhubarb Petunia Ruibarbo Martha Ramirez (Ecuador)
Patricia Azán (Miami)
Jean-Claude Pea Jean-Claude Guisante Unknown (original dub)
Martha Ramirez (re-dub; Ecuador)
Margarita Coego (re-dub; Miami)
Philippe Pea Philippe Guisante Juan Carlos Terán (Ecuador)
Eduardo Wasveiler (Miami)
Scooter Carrot Scooter Zanahoria Marco Antonio Espina (1st dub)
Juan Carlos Terán (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Manolo Coego (2nd dub; Miami)
Tomás Doval (2nd dub; Miami, Larry-Boy! and the Fib from Outer Space!)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (2nd dub; singing, Miami)
The Scallions Las Cebolletas Pablo Ausensi (Scallion #1; 1st dub, Where's God When I'm S-Scared?/Scallion #3; 1st dub, Are You My Neighbor?)
Omar López (Scallion #1; 1st dub, God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?!)
Alejandro Trejo (Scallion #1; 1st dub, Are You My Neighbor? and The Toy That Saved Christmas/Scallion #2; 1st dub, Are You My Neighbor?)
Javier Rodríguez (Scallion #2; 1st dub, Where's God When I'm S-Scared?)
Unknown (Scallion #3; 1st dub, Where's God When I'm S-Scared?)
Ricardo Álvarez (Scallion #1, 1st dub, singing, two songs in Where's God When I'm S-Scared?)
Tatiana Bustos (Scallion #1; 1st dub, singing, one song in Where's God When I'm S-Scared?/Scallion #3; 1st dub, singing)
Juan Carlos Terán (All the Scallions; 2nd dub, Ecuador)
Renato Ortega (Scallion #1, The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill (and Came Down with All the Bananas))
Tomás Doval (Scallion #1; 2nd dub, Miami, Are You My Neighbor?)
Orlando Noguera (Scallion #1; 2nd dub; Miami, Duke and the Great Pie War/Scallion #3, 2nd dub; Miami)
Xavier Coronel (Scallion #2; 2nd dub, Miami)
Silly Song Announcer Presentador de las Canciones Tontas Javier Rodríguez (1st dub)
Juan Carlos Terán (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Eduardo Wasveiler (2nd dub; Miami)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (Endangered Love)
Orlando Noguera (Duke and the Great Pie War)
Manolo Coego (Gideon: Tuba Warrior)

Other Characters[]

English Name Spanish Name Spanish Voice Actor
Igor
Pablo Ausensi
Mad Scientist Científico Loco Omar López
Frankencelery Frankapio Alejandro Trejo
Unknown (singing)
The Pear La Pera Tatiana Bustos
Henry the Potato Henry la Patata Alejandro Trejo (1st dub)
Juan Carlos Terán (2nd dub)
Dad Carrot Papá Zanahoria
Ma Grape Ma Uva Carmen Disa Gutiérrez (1st dub)
Tatiana Bustos (1st dub; singing)
Martha Ramirez (2nd dub)
Tom Grape Tom Uva Pablo Ausensi (1st dub; God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?!)
Unknown (1st dub; Dave and the Giant Pickle)
Ricardo Álvarez (1st dub; singing)
Guillermo Segarra (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Tomás Doval (2nd dub; Miami)
Rosie Grape Rosie Uva Unknown
Tatiana Bustos (singing)
Lovey Asparagus Lovey Espárrago Carmen Disa Gutiérrez (1st dub)
Tatiana Bustos (1st dub; singing)
Anna Silvetti (2nd dub; Miami)
Palmy
Jorge Araneda
Ricardo Álvarez (singing)
Lenny Carrot Lenny Zanahoria Unknown (1st dub)
Martha Ramirez (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Arianna López (2nd dub; Miami)
The Peach El Melocotón Pablo Ausensi (1st dub)
Gonzalo Rodríguez (2nd dub; Miami)
Grandpa George Abuelo Juan (original dub; Rack, Shack and Benny)
Abuelo George (rest of series)
Marco Antonio Espina (1st dub)
Juan Carlos Terán (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Tomás Doval (2nd dub; Miami)
Asparagus Singers Cantantes de Espárragos Tatiana Bustos (original dub)
Anna Silvetti (re-dub)
Christophe Pea Christophe Guisante Jorge Araneda (original dub)
Eduardo Wasveiler (re-dub)
Goliath Goliat Omar López (original dub)
Manolo Coego (re-dub)
Annie Onion Annie Cebolla Gianina Talloni (1st dub)
María Dolores Ortíz (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Arianna López (2nd dub; Miami)
Percy Pea Percy Guisante Gianina Talloni (1st dub)
Ricardo Álvarez (1st dub; singing)
María Dolores Ortíz (2nd dub; Ecuador, The Toy That Saved Christmas and Josh and the Big Wall!)
Juan Carlos Terán (2nd dub; Ecuador, Esther... The Girl Who Became Queen)
Julio Cármenes (2nd dub; Ecuador, Lyle the Kindly Viking)
Martha Ramirez (2nd dub; Ecuador, Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush)
Eduardo Wasveiler (2nd dub; Miami)
Lil' Pea Pequeño Guisante Gianina Talloni (1st dub)
Julio Cármenes (2nd dub; Ecuador, The Toy That Saved Christmas)
María Dolores Ortíz (2nd dub; Ecuador, Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush)
Buzz-Saw Louie Luisín Serrucho (1st dub)
Louie el Súper-Sierra Giratoria (2nd dub)
Pablo Ausensi (1st dub)
Ricardo Álvarez (1st dub; singing)
Guillermo Segarra (2nd dub)
Dad Pea Papá Guisante Alejandro Trejo (1st dub)
Renato Ortega? (2nd dub)
The Fib La Mentira Eduardo Wasveiler
Rumor Weed Cizaña de Rumor Martha Ramirez
Queen Vashti Reina Vashti
Penelope
Hope Esperanza
Barbara Manatee Bárbara Manatí Anna Silvetti
Bill (Endangered Love)
Manolo Coego
The Stranger El Extraño
Blind Lemon Lincoln Lincoln el Limón Ciego
Esther
Priscila Landazuri
Mabel
Bad Apple Manzana Malvada
Miss Achmetha
María Dolores Ortíz (2nd dub; Ecuador)
Margarita Coego (2nd dub; Miami)
Anna Silvetti (2nd dub; singing, Miami)
Khalil
Julio Cármenes
Charlie Pincher
Juan Carlos Terán
Grandma Nezzer Abuela Nezzer
Lutfi
Apollo Gourd Calabaza Apollo
Po-Ta-To Pa-Ta-Ta
Gourdon Smithson
Leo
Curly
Top Banana Banana Superior
Bill (Moe and the Big Exit)
Snoodle Doo
Arianna López
Mary Mueller
Snoodle Lou
Tomás Doval
Farmer Snoodle Granjero Snoodle
Maewynn Succat
Juan Carlos Terán
Martha Ramirez (Kid)
Master (The Story of St. Patrick) Maestro Renato Ortega?
Captain (The Story of St. Patrick) Capitán John Gowan?
Oscar
Orlando Noguera
Figaro Fígaro Renato Ortega
Ephraim Apply
Mayor's Daughter Hija del Alcalde María Dolores Ortíz
The Nanny Unknown Unknown

How to Draw[]

Name Voice Actor
Tim Hodge Tomás Doval

Additional voices (1st dub): Tatiana Bustos, Roberto Sánches, Ricardo Álvarez, Jorge Araneda, Javier Rodríguez

Additional voices (2nd dub; Ecuador): Terry Raims, Micke Bishop, Bill Emet, Sandy Emet, Priscila Landazuri, Pablo Alvarado, Juan Carlos Terán, Renato Ortega, Martha Ramirez, María Dolores Ortíz, Guillermo Segarra

Additional voices (2nd dub; Miami): Jackeline Junguito, Orlando Noguera, Xavier Coronel, Vivian Ruiz, Margarita Coego, Larry Villanueva, Gonzalo Rodríguez, Manolo Coego, Tomás Doval, Eduardo Wasveiler, Arianna López

Inserts (Miami only): Manolo Coego (Duke and the Great Pie War and Gideon: Tuba Warrior), Eduardo Wasveiler (A Snoodle's Tale)

Terminology[]

  • Silly Songs with Larry: Una Canción Tonta con Larry (1st dub)/Las Canciones Tontas de Larry (2nd dub)
  • Qwerty: Coco (1st dub)/Qwerty (2nd dub)

Episodes[]

Movies[]

VeggieTales on TV Episodes[]

Books[]

Distributors[]

Song[]

Tema VeggieTales (VeggieTales Theme Song)[]

Lyrics (DINT dub)[]

Bob: Si te gusta hablar con tomates
Si la col te invita a jugar
Si tú cantas con las patatas
Algo nuevo aprenderás...
¡Tenemos un show muy entretenido para ustedes!
Singers: ¡VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales!
Bob: ¡Brócoli! ¡Cebollin! ¡Junto a ti!
Singers ¡Vegetal!
Junior: ¡Lindo es! ¡Verde es! Todo es...
Singers ¡Vegetal!
Larry: ¡Coliflor! ¡Lo mejor! ¡Nuestro show!
Singers ¡Vegetal!
¡No hay otro show tan bueno como el vegetal!
¡No hay otro show tan bueno como el vegetal!
¡Es la hora vegetal!

Lyrics (HCJB dub):[]

Bob: ¿Te antoja conversar con tomates,
bailar un vals con un calabazín?
¿Anhelas tener un amigo pepinillo,
pasar un buen momento con legumbres sin fin?
¡Tenemos un show para ti!
Singers: ¡VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales!
Bob: ¡Uva, limón! ¡Melocotón! ¡Qué emoción!
Singers: ¡VeggieTales!
Junior ¡Apio, maíz! ¡Brócolis! ¡Ahora mismo!
Singers ¡VeggieTales!
Larry: ¡Zanahoria! ¡Coliflor-a! ¡Media hora!
Singers: ¡VeggieTales!
¡Qué bueno bueno bueno bueno qué por fin llegaron los VeggieTales!
¡Qué bueno bueno bueno bueno qué por fin llegaron los VeggieTales!
¡Y ahora, es hora, ahora, es hora de VeggieTales!

Lyrics (BVI dub):[]

Bob: ¿Te antoja conversar con tomates,
bailar un vals con un calabazín?
¿Anhelas tener un amigo pepinillo,
pasar un buen momento con legumbres sin fin?
¡Que un programa tenemos para ti!
Singers: ¡VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales!
Bob: ¡Uva, limón! ¡Melocotón! ¡Qué emoción!
Singers: ¡VeggieTales!
Junior ¡Apio, maíz! ¡Brócolis! ¡Ahora mismo!
Singers ¡VeggieTales!
Larry: ¡Zanahoria! ¡Coliflor! ¡Media hora!
Singers: ¡VeggieTales!
¡Qué bueno bueno bueno bueno qué por fin llegaron los VeggieTales!
¡Qué bueno bueno bueno bueno qué por fin llegaron los VeggieTales!
¡Y ahora, es hora de VeggieTales!

Dub Credits[]

1st dub[]

  • Coordination and Executive Production: Luis Fernández

2nd dub[]

Fun Facts[]

Trivia[]

  • For an unknown reason, a huge chunk of episodes have not been dubbed in Latin Spanish, but were instead saved for when the TV series was dubbed, this was most likely due to budget cuts.
  • Starting with the English release of Duke and the Great Pie War, the English DVD releases have both English and Spanish subtitles.
  • In the original Latin Spanish dub of Rack, Shack and Benny, all singing parts in Dance of the Cucumber (except for the ending) are left undubbed, being acknowledged by the announcer claiming Bob translates the song into English.
  • In the Latin Spanish dub of Where's God When I'm S-Scared?, the "baby pickle" joke is removed by having Junior say "Ummm…uhhhh…" instead of "A baby pickle?"
  • In the Latin Spanish dubs of Are You My Neighbor? and Rack, Shack and Benny, the letters and their senders are changed.
  • In the Latin Spanish version of God Made You Special, the French Peas insert the letter "g" into some words with the letter "r."
  • The international masters for the original 1997-1998 version of this dub were carried into the Arabic and Japanese dubs, seeming that those were the versions the studios were given. The Silly Song title cards and the Qwerty animation are easier to spot when distinguishing between the aformentioned international versions (used here) and the original American versions.
    • However, Dave and the Giant Pickle uses a different foreign cut in the original Latin Spanish dub (like the reprints of the original Latin Spanish dubs of the first two episodes using the American cut); In this case, it entirely keeps the American visuals intact, with localizations plastered onscreen and the unedited original Big Idea logo intact (which the original Latin Spanish cuts of the other five episodes don't have). This could be because either that was the version the studio was given (DINT usually dubs content with the generic 1990s foreign cut), or the only 1990s foreign cut of this episode had The Hairbrush Song (as seen in the Arabic dub which this episode's foreign cut was most likely produced for) and no such version of it with Love My Lips exists.
  • Another Latin Spanish dub was planned around 2004 and was set to be released in Chile by Top Tape, but it was scrapped. Nothing is known about the dubbing studio, the voice actors, or the staff who worked on the dub.
  • Half of the series' episodes which were dubbed for use on VeggieTales en la tele (i.e. A Snoodle's Tale, Sumo of the Opera, and the second dub of Are You My Neighbor?) were planned to be released to DVD, but were scrapped for reasons unknown.
    • However, the HCJB/BVI dubs of said episodes with half of the unreleased dubbed material were oddly being leaked onto YouTube by the Dibujos Animados en Español and VeggieTales en Español channels as of 2019 and 2020 respectively.
    • The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's was also dubbed at HCJB - Televozandes, but it has not been released.

Remarks[]

  • In the original dub, some characters go through different voices as follows:
    • Bob possibly has different voice actors for speaking and singing.
      • On a similar note, Bob's voice differs in the original versions of the first two episodes. This is due to the voices not being pitch shifted.
    • Larry sometimes goes through multiple singing voices in the same episode, even though his voice actor is the same across all episodes.
  • The first editions of the Latin Spanish dubs of Where's God When I'm S-Scared? and God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?! had the video cropping zoomed in a bit, along with blurry videotape quality. The quality was fixed in the reprints of these two episodes.
  • The first edition of the Latin Spanish dub of God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?! uses the theme song from Where's God When I'm S-Scared?. When both of these episodes were reprinted, the 1994 theme song was plastered on both episodes, fixing it up only for God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?! but making it rather odd for Where's God When I'm S-Scared? to have it.
    • Where's God When I'm S-Scared? would also get this in the first edition of its Arabic dub.
  • The subtitles on Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush are simply translated from the English script and don't match with the actual Latin Spanish dialogue.
  • This dub sometimes dubs in additional non-verbal noises for characters when they weren't present in the original English version.
  • The following edits are done to Moe and the Big Exit whenever it airs on Canal 27:
    • The theme song is the 2004-2006 one, rather than the 2007-2009 one.
    • The unedited American visuals are used, despite the visuals being localized for the DVD release.

Goofs[]

  • In the Latin Spanish dub of Where's God When I'm S-Scared?, when Bob starts singing the first half of God is Bigger after telling Junior he doesn't need to call the police, Bob and Larry both sing without Larry's mouth moving.
  • In the original Latin Spanish dub of Rack, Shack and Benny, an alternate Silly Song title card was used and at the end of Dance of the Cucumber, after the first time Bob chases Larry to the left side of the screen and just before they appear the second time onscreen, an animation error shows Bob running to the right side of the screen just before Larry appears to run to the right. This error also made it into the Arabic and Japanese dubs of the episode.
    • In said dub of said song, Bob and Larry go behind the Silly Song text due to it being simply pasted on the scene rather than edited in a way that would allow 3D models to go in front of it, unlike the German dub from the later years that would instead use photoshopped-like techniques of professionally censoring the English text.
  • In the original versions of the first two episodes, Bob says "VerdiCuentos" in the countertop intro. In the reprinted versions of said episodes (with the La Bamba font on the covers), Bob's opening line was spliced in from Rack, Shack and Benny where he says "VeggieTales", due to "VerdiCuentos" being a translation error.
  • In the original prints of Where's God When I'm S-Scared?, King Darius is refered as King Nebuchadnezzar, this was fixed on the reprints.
  • In Rack, Shack and Benny, Laura's line "Yes, Mr. Lunt" is missing.
  • In Duke and the Great Pie War, the line "Sire yes sire!" is missing.
  • The Latin Spanish dub of Dave and the Giant Pickle, "David y el Pepino Gigante" was retitled "Dave y el Pepinillo Gigante" for the re-dub, due to the Spanish term "Pepino" meaning "Cucumber" in English. "Pepinillo" means "Pickle" in English, and of course, Goliath is not a cucumber.
    • Also in the original version of David y el pepino gigante, in the credits there is no animation for Larry Boy falling down when all of the sounds of him supposed to fall down are still there
    • The description for Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush also commits the same mistake, referring to Larry as a pickle as well.
  • In the Spanish credits for The Ballad of Little Joe, Archibald is credited as "Archibald Espárrag."
    • Pa Grape is also credited as "PA Uva" with his first name all in capitals, enough to mistake for an abbreviation or initials.
  • In the original Latin Spanish dubs of the first two episodes, Bob's voice was not pitch-shifted up when saying his line "Have we got a show for you!" This was corrected in the V1.1 VHS editions of the original Latin Spanish dubs for the first two episodes.
    • Normally, VeggieTales characters' voices would be pitch-shifted up (likely three semitones), but errors with pitch-shifting the voices occasionally happen in the English version of the show, too.
  • In the episodes dubbed by HCJB - Televozandes, Larry introduces himself as a pickle rather than a cucumber.
  • The slogan on the back cover for The Ballad of Little Joe misspells "mañana" as "manaña."
    • The verse in said episode is "Y sabemos que a los que aman a Dios, todas las cosas les ayudan a bien..." on Qwerty's screen, but Larry says "Y sabemos que Dios dispone todas las cosas para bien de quien los aman..."
      • Something similar happens in Where's God When I'm S-Scared?. In this episode, The verse is "No temas, porque estoy contigo", but Bob says "No temas, porque estoy con ustedes".
  • In the second Latin Spanish dub for Dave and the Giant Pickle, the credits show the English voice actors.
    • This also happens on the TV series.
  • In Daniel and The Lion's Den, the scallions' voices are not consistent and change throughout the episode
  • The line "Is welcome as flowers that bloom in the Spring" is very high pitched.

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