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This is an episode transcript for Where's God When I'm S-Scared?.

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Countertop Segment #1

(Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber is on the countertop.)

Bob: Hi, kids, and welcome to VeggieTales. I'm Bob the Tomato.

Larry: And I'm Larry the Cucumber.

Bob: And we're here to answer your questions.

Larry: That's right!

Bob: Now today, we got a letter from Lucy Anderson of Phoenix, Arizona, who writes...

Kid (Reading Lucy's letter): "Dear Bob and Larry, I am six years old. Sometimes I think that there are monsters, in my closet. That makes me real scared. Can you help me?"

Larry: Oooooh, I remember once I thought there were monsters in my closet.

Bob: Yeah? Well, what happened, Larry?

Larry: Well, it turned out not to be monsters at all, just my fluffy bunny slippers. They're not so scary, just kind of... squishy!

Bob: Oh, I see. Well Lucy Anderson, first check to see if it's just your slippers, and then watch this story about when Junior Asparagus got little bit scared.

Big Idea Productions presents: Tales from the Crisper

(In the living room of Junior Asparigus' family home, on the television screen there is a black-and-white scene in a mad scientist's lab. The scientist and his assistant are silhouetted.)

Assistant: Master, it can't be done. I don't believe you can do it.

Scientist: Well then stand back and behold as I throw the switch!

Assistant: Oh my goodness!

Scientist: It's alive! Alive! Hahahahaha!

Assistant: Look how big it is! I didn't realize he was lying down! He's standing up!

Scientist: Speak!

Monster: *groans*

Scientist: Walk to me!

Assistant: Oh, look at him going!

Scientist: No, this way! Frankencelery, where are you going?

(door bursts open)

Woman: (screams)

Scientist: Come back here! No, don't go near... (camera turns to Junior Asparagus but noises from T.V. are still playing)

Man: Oh no get away, get away get away... OUCH!!!

Mom Asparagus: Junior... it's time for bed.

Junior: J-Just four more minutes.

Mom: That's what you said four minutes ago. Let's skedaddle up those stairs; your father will be up in a minute to tuck you in. (Junior goes to the stairs) Besides, I think this show might be a little too scary for you.

Junior: It's not too scary. I...I like it. Yeah...I'm n-not scared. (He looks at his family portrait and smiles. Portrait turn into mad monsters with bolts out of their necks. He gets scared and runs up the stairs into his room.)

(Camera cuts to Junior's bedroom. Junior begins to talk with noises starting to emerge.)

Junior: I'm not scared. It was just...monsters?! Around me? Big, growly monsters. (Bob & Larry jump in. Bob lands safely on the floor, Larry lands in the toy chest.)

Junior: AHH!!! Who are you?

Bob: I'm Bob, I'm a tomato and I'm here to help you. (Larry begins to struggle his way out of the toy chest with loud banging noises with Junior worried)

Junior: There's something in my toy chest. It's a monster. It's a big scary lizard. It's a... it's a... (Larry pops out with a baby bonnet on his head) Baby pickle?

Bob: Uh, he's a cucumber.

Junior: Oh.

Larry: Where is everybody? (He jumps out face first)

Bob: Over here Larry! Ahem... (ball rolls by Bob) We couldn't help but notice that you were just a little bit frighten so thought we drop in and help.

Larry: Yeah um, fear not for behold I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be on to all people, for onto you... (Bob interrupts)

Bob: Ahem! Wrong story Larry.

Larry: Oh sorry. (Larry gives his smile at Bob)

Junior: Well I wasn't really scared you know, it was just a movie with a big...scary...monster! But I'm five years old so I can handle it.

Bob: Oh, so you weren't scared?

Junior: Nope, I wasn't scared.

Bob: (looks up at Larry) He wasn't scared.

Larry: (looks down at Bob) No, not scared a bit.

Junior: Well maybe just a little bit.

Bob: Oh, just a little bit scared?

Larry: Oh, a little bit.

Junior: But not too scared.

Bob: Oh well yeah.

Larry: uh huh.

Junior: Why, how can you guys help me. I mean if I was scared.

Bob: Oh we were just gonna sing you a little song that's all. But since you weren't even scared well then I guess we'll just be on our way.

[Junior gets a shocked face]

Larry: Yep see you later.

Junior: No wait! I guess a little song might be nice, well since you're in the neighborhood.

Bob: Well if you weren't scared then there's really no reason so I guess we'll just be going now.

Junior: (gets angry; snarling) Sing the song!

Bob: Okay ahem, here it goes.

(Camera turns on Junior and the bedroom light goes off and a spotlight shines on Bob and Junior.)

Bob: You were lying in your bed. You were feeling kind of sleepy. But you couldn't close your eyes because the room was getting creepy. (Junior looks around the room)

Larry: Were those eyeballs in the closet? [Three pairs of eyeballs pop out in Junior's closet.]

Larry: Was that Godzilla in the hall?

Bob: There is something big and hairy casting shadows on the wall. [Junior turns around to find the shadow and to get scared.]

Bob: Now your heart is beating like a drum. Your skin is getting clammy.

(Camera turns to the door with three kinds of monsters to jump into the pajama chest.)

Bob: There's a hundred tiny monster jumping right into your jammies.

(The monsters are bouncing in front of Junior)

Bob: What are you going to do?

Junior: I’m going to call the police.

Bob: No, You don’t need to do anything.

Junior: What, why?

Bob: Because...! (singing) God is bigger than the boogie man, He’s bigger than Godzilla or the Monsters on TV, oh, God is bigger than the Boogie Man and He’s watching out for you and me. (song ends) Get it?

Junior: Um, well, I, hmm, uh, no.

Bob: Oh, you see you don’t have to be afraid because God is the biggest.

Junior: What? Is He bigger than King Kong? Because Kong is a really big monkey and he’s kinda scary.

Bob: Next to God, Junior, King Kong would look like an itty bitty bug.

Junior: Really?

Bob: Umm Hmm.

Junior: Well is He bigger than the Slime Monster? Cause he’s the biggest monster of them all.

Larry: Compared to God, the Slime Monster is like a teeny little Corn Flake.

Junior: But the Slime Monster can squirt slime out of his ears! Can God squirt slime out of His ears!?

Bob: (clears throat) Come over here, Junior.(He, Larry and Junior bounce towards the window)

Bob: What do you see up there?

Junior: My curtains.

Bob: No, out the window, up in the sky?

Junior: I see lots of stars.

Larry: God made all of the stars out of nothing. He just went "SPPPPT!!!" and there they were.

Junior: No way!

Bob: That’s right, and he also made the sun and the moon and even the earth we’re living on right now.

Junior: Wow! Slime Monster couldn’t do that! Well even if he tried he would get everything really sticky.

Bob: But do you know what else God made?

Junior: What?

Larry: He made all the plants, and animals and people too!

Junior: Wow!

Bob: And that’s why we don’t have to be afraid.

Junior: Huh?

Bob: You see, everything God makes is very special to Him. He made all the little kids and he loves them very much. And because he loves them he takes extra good care of them. So we don’t need to be afraid because God is always looking out for us!

Junior: Oh, I get it. So you’re saying God’s the biggest of them all and He’s on my team!

Bob: That’s Right! Oh, by the way, there’s someone else who wants to meet you.

[Frankencelery descends from the ceiling]

Junior: AHH!!! IT'S FRANKENCELERY!! (Hops into his toy chest)

Frankencelery: Ah, Well, actually my name is Phil Winkelstein and I’m an actor from Teledo.

Junior: What?

Phil: Well, I, I was just pretending to be Frankencelery in that TV show. Um, that was my job. Um really I’m just a regular guy, and I wouldn’t hurt anybody.

Junior: Oh, I get it! (singing) So when I’m lying in my bed… and the furniture starts creeping… I’ll just laugh and say “Hey cut that out!” And get back to my sleep cause I know that God’s the biggest and he’s watching all the while. So when I get scared, I’ll think of him and close my eyes and smile. (smiles)

All: God is bigger than the boogie man, He’s bigger than Godzilla or the Monsters on TV, oh, God is bigger than the Boogie Man and He’s watching out for you and me.

Monster 1: So, are you frightened?

Junior: No, not really.

Monster 2: Are you worried?

Junior: Not a bit! I know whatever’s going to happen that God can handle it!

Phil: I’m sorry that I scared you when you saw me on TV.

Junior: Well, that’s okay, Cause now I know that God is taking care of me.

All: God is bigger than the boogie man, He’s bigger than Godzilla or the Monsters on TV, oh, God is bigger than the Boogie Man and He’s watching out for you and me.

Junior: One more Time!

All: God is bigger than the boogie man, He’s bigger than Godzilla or the Monsters on TV, oh, God is bigger than the Boogie Man and He’s watching out for you and me. He’s watching out for you and me …..Watching….Watching… Watching….

Junior: Out You for you and me. Yeah!

Dad: Junior, what’s all that racket in here?

Junior: Well I was just singing.

Dad: Well, your Mother and I think that show you were watching was a little too scary for you.

Junior; Yeah, well, maybe, but you know Frankencelery is just a guy named Phil from Teledo. And he’s not scary at all. And besides, God is bigger than any of them and even though he doesn’t squirt slime out of His ears He made the whole universe. And He’s taking good care of me too.

Dad: Um… Well… you’re right; we don’t have to worry about things because God is taking care of us. I do think we should be a little more careful about what we watch on Television. And you know what? It’s okay to tell us if you’re really scared.

Junior: Ok. I guess you’re right.

Dad: Sounds like you’ve been doing some good thinking but it’s time to shut the thinker down now and get some sleep. 

Junior: Okay.

Dad: I love you little mister.

Junior: I love you big mister. 

Dad: I’ll see you in the morning.

Junior: Alright.

Junior: Singing: God is bigger than the (YAWN) boogie man. (Snoring)

[The credits appear as the instrumental version of the last part of the song "God is Bigger" plays over it.]

Silly Songs: "The Water Buffalo Song"

(Title card for the silly song fades in.)

Announcer (British accent): And now it's time for Silly Songs with Larry. The part of the show when Larry comes out and sings, a silly song. So without further ado, Silly Songs with Larry.

(Larry hops out with an oversized cowboy hat.)

Larry: The water buffalo song.

(Music kicks in and the singing kicks in.)

Larry: Everybody's got a water buffalo, yours is fast but mine is slow, oh where'd we get them I don't but everybody's got a water bufaloooooooo... I took my water buffalo to the store, got his head stuck in the door, spilled some lima beans on the floor oh everybody's got a-

(Archibald hops in annoyed and angered, interrupting the song.)

Archibald: Stop it! Stop, stop right this instant! What do you think you're doing?!? You can't say everyone's got a water buffalo and everyone does not have a water buffalo! We're going to get nasty letters saying, "Where's my water buffalo? Why don't I have a water buffalo?" And are you prepared to deal with that? I don't think so, just stop being so silly!!!

(Archibald hops off and Larry looks at the camera and the silly song title card cuts in.)

Anonymous British narrator: This has been Silly Songs with Larry. Tune in next time to hear Larry sing...

Larry: Everybody's got a baby kangaroo, her's is pink but mine is blue, hers was small but-

Archiblald (screaming): AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!!

(Archibald charges in and tackles Larry off-screen. Title card fades away and thus ending the silly song skit.)

Big Idea Productions presents: Daniel and the Lion's Den

(Daniel and the Lion's Den starts up, Larry is Daniel and Archibald is King Darius with a narrator introducing the story with a camera going from the sea over the lands into the city of Babylon.)

Narrator: Long long ago, in a far away land, there lived a young man named Daniel. When Daniel was a boy, he was taken from his home in Judah to live in a city called Babylon, where he went to school in the palace of the Babylonian king. Daniel missed his home very much, and every day he'd pray that God would take care of his family, and his friends, and look after him too. God heard his prayers, and helped Daniel become wise as he grew older and everyone in the palace knew his wisdom. And one night while Babylon was sleeping, the king had a dream.

(Camera cuts to Darius' palace with the first appearance of the Scallions as Darius' wisemen as their presence is required. The music starts up and the Scallions and Darius' maidens, stand up straight. Darius bursts the doors open and begins singing.)

Darius: I am King Darius. I had a dream. And now I'm feeling rather frightened and I wish someone would tell me what it means.

Scallion 1: We are your wisemen, yes that is true. And though we're using all our wisdom, we're afraid we can't explain your dream to you.

Darius: (outraged) What?!

Scallion 3: But there is one who is wiser still, and Daniel is his name. So before you take another sleeping pill, perhaps he can explain.

(Camera turns to a door behind the scallions and cuts closer to the door and Daniel runs into the camera and pops out and smiles at everyone.)

Daniel: My name is Daniel. That much is true, but it is God who gives me wisdom and through me he will explain your dreams to you.

(Camera cuts to the maids looking curious at Daniel.)

Maid 1: His name is Daniel, that's what he said. But when he talks about this God of his, I think he's kinda loony in the head. I do.

Narrator: (not singing) Well, Daniel was able to explain the king's dream. And this made the king, very happy.

King Darius: (back to singing) Daniel you have enlightened me, your job I will expand. From now on I want you to sit right beside me as the second in command.

(Music ends with Darius and Daniel hopping out the court with the Scallions jealous.)

Narrator: This was very good news for Daniel, but very bad news for the wisemen. You see each one of them wanted to be second in command. But now that Daniel got the job, the wisemen would have to do whatever he said. This made the wisemen very unhappy, and they immediately started thinking if ways to get rid of Daniel.

(The music for the next song kicks in and the scallions begin to dance and sing.)

All: Oh no! What we gonna do? The king likes Daniel more than me and you. Oh no! What we gonna do? We gotta get him out of here. Oh no! What we gonna do? The king likes Daniel more than me and you. Oh no! What we gonna do? We gotta get him out of here.

Scallion 2 and 3: (singing the next verse while Scallion 1 still sings the first one) We could throw him, in the dungeon. We could let him, rot in jail. We could drag him, to the ocean. Have him eaten, by a whale.

Scallion 1: We could throw him in the Tigris let him float a while, then we'll sit back and watch him meet a hungry crocodile. Then we'll send him on a camel's back and send him of to Ur, with a cowboy hat without a brim, a boot without a spur. Or we can give him jelly doughnuts and take them all away, or we can fill his ears with cheese balls and his nostrils with sorbet. We can use him as a footstool or a table to play Scrabble on, then tie him up and beat him up and throw him out of Babylon.

Scallion 2: (not singing) Or!

(Camera cuts to an Ariel view of one Scallion 2 whispering his plan and the others listening. Camera cuts to the scallions showing off their opinions of Scallion 2's idea.)

Scallion 1: I like it.

Scallion 3: It's sneaky.

Scallion 1: And it just

Scallion 3: Might

Scallion 2: Work!

All Scallions: (back to singing) We could use him as a footstool or a table to play Scrabble on then tie him up and beat him up and throw him out of Babylon.

(The music goes on with the scallions leaving Darius' court and the music ends with the doors slamming shut. Camera cuts to an outside view of Darius's court with the narrator talking into the inside if the court.)

Narrator: The very next morning, the wisemen appeared before king Darius to try and trap Daniel with their scheme.

Darius: You wanted to see me?

Scallion 1: Ahem. (singing) We've got some news, good king Darius, we fear your position is precarious. There are some people here in Babylon who won't give you your due, they'd rather bow to other men.

Darius: Can this be so?

Scallion 2: Tis true

Darius: (looking worried) Oh dear.

Scallion: We brought a solution of our own design. (pulls out a contract) If you'll just sign this paper on the dotted line. It's an edict most concisely what we're all to do. We must bow our heads and bend our knees before no one, but you!

Darius: I see. Ahem. (singing) Just one more time now let's see if I got this straight. A law to prove once and for all that I am great. If I'm the king then no one must doubt my full supremacy. So from this day forth my citizens will pray to only...me! (not singing) Yes, but what if they don't?

Scallion 1: If they don't obey...any citizen...will be thrown into the lion's den!

Darius: (spoken) Oh yes? Well I guess that'll do it. All right, good men. Ta-ta!

Anonymous female singing voice: So the law was passed, the deed was done. Daniel's troubles have just begun.

(Camera shows Babylon through a window and pulls into Daniels house who we see praying to God.)

Narrator: Everyone in Babylon heard about the new law, including Daniel. But Daniel also new God's law, and God told him that he should only pray to God. So the next day, just like any day, Daniel prayed and thanked God for the sunshine and for all his friends. He also thanked God for giving him the courage to do what was right, even when he knew it could get him in trouble.

Daniel: (opens one eye after the narrator talks) Did you say trouble?

(The Scallions open the door)

Scallion 1: Ah-ha!

(The Scallions approach Daniel. Scene switches to Daniel now being carried by the Scallions.)

Daniel: So you guys are wisemen? Well that's pretty cool. I mean, have you always been wise, or did you have to go to school for that? Were you serious about that cheese ball thing? Hey I can see my house from here.

(The Scallions approach the Lions' Den, as the sound of a lion's roar is heard.)

Scallion 1: Daniel, because you violated section 4219-2r9-4000-6.1-7...b, of the code of Babylon, forbidding prayer to anyone but King Darius, you are hereby sentenced to be consumed by the lions. Goodbye.

Daniel: Don't I get a phone (They throw him intoto the lions' den.) caaaaalllllll?!

(The Scallions throw Daniel into the Lions' Den and he lands face first.)

Scallion 2: Hey Daniel! You're sure going to have a lot of fun down there! We're not "ly-in". (laughing)

Scallion 3: Uh yeah! You better be "ly-in" down... Um... 'cuz those lions are gonna...um..."lie"..."on" you! Ha ha!

Scallion 2: What? Mine was funny. Yours was...goofy. Lion's are going to ly-on you?! There going eat him! Their hot going to ly-on him.

Scallion 3: Well, well maybe there gonna to lie on him then eat him. Or maybe one will lie on him while another one, maybe eats him. Or maybe...

Scallion 2: What? Like the lions are gonna cooperate? Like one's gonna lie on him and say, "Hey, you eat him, I'll lie on him"? Come on, we're the ones that are ly-in, not the lions.

(The Scallions push a rock over the den, making it completely dark.)

Daniel: Oh, it's not so scary down here! A little musty, not so scary!

(Hears lions growling, backs up and more lions appear.)

Daniel: (in the tune of Oh, No! What We Gonna Do?) Oh no! What am I gonna do? It looks like I'm gonna... end up as lion's stew.

(The bright light appears behind Daniel.)

Lady Singing: Don't cry, Daniel... Fear not, Daniel... don't you know you're not alone? There is one who is watching you. He listens when you pray. And though it seems this time you won't to get through, God has made a way.

(The lions become more docile.)

Narrator: Even though he still didn't know what to expect, Daniel felt better, when he remembered that God was taking care of them, even in the Lion's Den.

(The Scallions are shown celebrating, while King Darius is saddened.)

Narrator: Elsewhere in the Kingdom, the wisemen were busy congratulating themselves for being so clever. While the King, believing that he lost a good friend, decided the only thing that he can do is to pray that Daniel's God, would protect him.

(King Darius & the Scallions going to the Lion's Den the next morning)

Narrator: The next morning, everyone ran down to the Lion's Den, to see what was left of Daniel.

Darius: It's hopeless, no one can survive a night with those lions.

Daniel: (Off-screen) Hello!

Darius: Did you hear something?

Daniel: (Off-screen) Hello!!

(Darius looked for Daniel inside of the Lion's Den)

Darius: Daniel, is that you?

Daniel: (Off-screen) Oh yeah, I'll be right up. I just have to say good bye to my new friends.

Darius: It's... it's impossible!

Scallion 1: Yes, it is.

(Daniel comes up out of the Lions' Den.)

Daniel: Why, hello everybody. See you guys later. Thanks for the Pizza!

Scallion 1: They had pizza?

Darius: Why, it's a miracle! (singing) Surely your God is above all men. Now I understand! For even at the bottom of the Lion's Den, you were in his hand. (speaking/not singing) I've got it, a new law! From this day forward, everyone will pray only to Daniel's God, no more of this silly praying to me business. But who's idea was that anyway? Oh, oh yes, I remember.

Scallion 1: I hear they're looking for wisemen down in Egypt. Been fun, got to go now!

Scallion 2: Yeah, see ya!

Darius: Where do you think you're going? Come back here, you scoundrels! You scallywags! Not so fast! Stop! I'm the King, you must stop now! Come back here!

(Daniel & Darius chased The Scallions through Babylon, while King Darius tells them to stop, as the story ends.)

(In the very old version, the credits appears.)

Countertop Segment #3

(Camera fades back to the kitchen counter with Bob & Larry is on the countertop)

Bob: Wow! That was really neat how God protected Daniel from those lions. [To Larry] And you did a very good job.

Larry: Why thank you, it was my finest hour.

Bob: We're over here by QWERTY the computer to talk about what we've learned today. (While he's talking they hop to him)

Montage Singing: And so we have learned applies to our lives today, and God had a lot to say in His book.

Bob: A- as i was saying were...

Montage Singing: You see you know that God's word is for everyone, and now that our song is done, we'll take a look.

Bob: Ahem! Well, Junior Asparagus learned that God is bigger anything in the whole world, and because God loves us so much. He's always looking out for us, so we don't have to be afraid.

Larry: Yep. In the Bible, Daniel learned that God was taking care of him, even down there with those big scary lions.

Bob: That's right! Now let's see QWERTY has a verse for us today.

Larry: Okay.

(QWERTY has a recipe of Yummy Meatloaf.)

Bob: One pound ground beef, three slices of... QWERTY, this is a recipe for meatloaf, that's not a verse! Sorry about that.

(QWERTY brings up the verse of Isaiah 41:10)

Bob: Okay, here we go. And God said in Isaiah 41:10: "So do not fear for I am with you". Hmm. So the next time you get scared just remember that verse. And tonight, before you go to sleep, why don't you pray with your Mom or Dad, and thank God for always looking out for you.

Larry: Yeah, that's a good idea.

Bob: Well, that's all for now, until next time. Remember, God made you special, and he loves you very much. Bye!

Larry: Bye!

Current Version of Tales From the Crisper

(The scene opens to a black-and-white scene in a mad scientist's lab. The scientist and his assistant are silhouetted.)

Mad Scientist's assistant: It can't be done, I don't believe you can do it.

Mad Scientist: Well then stand back and behold as I throw the switch. It's alive, it's alive! Hahahahaha! Stand!

Mad Scientist's assistant: Oh my goodness. Look how big it is!

Mad Scientist: Speak!

Frankencelery: *groans*

Mad Scientist: Walk to me! No, this way!

Mad Scientist's assistant: Oh, look at him going!

Mad Scientist: Hey Frankencelery, where are you going? Hey come back here! No don't go near that door! (door bursts open)

Some random woman: (screams)

Mad Scientist: Frankencelery, come back! Stay away from those villagers!!! (camera turns to Junior Asparagus but noises from T.V. are still playing)

Some random man: Oh no get away, get away get away... OUCH!!!

Mom Asparagus: Junior... it's time for bed.

Junior: J-Just four more minutes.

Mom: That's what you said four minutes ago. Let's skedaddle up those stairs; your father will be up in a minute to tuck you in. (Junior goes to the stairs) Besides, I think this show might be a little too scary for you.

Junior: It's not too scary. I...I like it. Yeah...I'm n-not scared. (Junior looks at his family portrait and smiles. Portrait turn into mad monsters with bolts out of their necks. He gets scared and runs up the stairs into his room.)

(Camera dissolves into Juniors bedroom. Junior begins to talk with noises starting to emerge.)

Junior: I'm not scared. It was just...monsters?! Around me? Big, growly monsters. (Bob and Larry jump in. Bob lands safely on the floor, Larry lands in the toy chest.)

Junior: Ahh! Who are you?

Bob: I'm Bob, I'm a tomato and I'm here to help you. (Larry begins to struggle his way out of the toy chest with loud banging noises with Junior worried)

Junior: There's something in my toy chest. It's a monster. It's a big scary lizard. It's a...it's a... (Larry pops out with a baby bonnet on his head)

Junior: Baby pickle?

Bob: Uh, he's a cucumber.

Junior: Oh.

Larry: Where is everybody

(Larry jumps out face first)

Bob: Over here Larry! Ahem... (ball rolls by Bob) We couldn't help but notice that you were just a little bit frighten so thought we drop in and help.

Larry: Yeah um, fear not for behold I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be on to all people, for onto you... (Bob interrupts)

Bob: Ahem! Wrong story Larry

Larry: Oh sorry. (Larry gives his trademark smile at Bob)

Junior: Well I wasn't really scared you know, it was just a movie with a big...scary...monster! But I'm five years old so I can handle it.

Bob: Oh, so you weren't scared?

Junior: Nope, I wasn't scared. (Bob looks up at Larry)

Bob: He wasn't scared. (Larry looks down at Bob)

Larry: No, not scared a bit.

Junior: Well maybe just a little bit.

Bob: Oh, just a little bit scared?

Larry: Oh, a little bit.

Junior: But not too scared.

Bob & Larry: Oh well yeah huh huh.

Junior: Why, how can you guys help me. I mean if I was scared.

Bob: Oh we were just gonna sing you a little song that's all. But since you weren't even scared well then I guess we'll just be on our way.

(Junior gets a shocked face)

Larry: Yep see you later.

Junior: No wait! I guess a little song might be nice, well since you're in the neighborhood.

Bob: Well if you weren't scared then there's really no reason so I guess we'll just be going now.

(Junior gets angry)

Junior: (snarling) Sing the song!

Bob: Okay ahem, here it goes.

(Camera turns on Junior and the bedroom light goes off and a spotlight shines on Bob and Junior.)

Bob: You were lying in your bed. You were feeling kind of sleepy. But you couldn't close your eyes because the room was getting creepy. (Junior looks around the room)

Larry: Were those eyeballs in the closet?

(Three pairs of eyeballs pop out in Juniors closet.)

Larry: Was that Godzilla in the hall?

Bob: There is something big and hairy casting shadows on the wall.

(Junior turns around to find the shadow and to get scared.)

Bob: Now your heart is beating like a drum. Your skin is getting clammy.

(Camera turns to the door with three kinds of monsters to jump into the pajama chest.)

Bob: There's a hundred tiny monster jumping right into your jammies.

(The monsters are bouncing in front of Junior)

Bob: What are you going to do?

Junior: I’m going to call the police.

Bob: No, You don’t need to do anything.

Junior: What, why?

Bob: Because, (singing) God is bigger than the boogie man, He’s bigger than Godzilla or the Monsters on TV, oh, God is bigger than the Boogie Man and He’s watching out for you and me. (song ends) Get it?

Junior: Um, well, hey, hum, um, no.

Bob: Oh, you see you don’t have to be afraid because God is the biggest.

Junior: What? Is He bigger than King Kong? Because Kong is a really big monkey and he’s kinda scary.

Bob: Next to God, Junior, King Kong would look like an itty bitty bug.

Junior: Really?

Bob: Umm Humph

Junior: Well is He bigger than the Slime Monster? Cause he’s the biggest monster of them all.

Larry: Compared to God, the Slime Monstor is like a teeny little Corn Flake.

Junior: But the Slime Monster can squirt slime out of his ears! Can God squirt slime out of His ears!?

Bob: Eh hemm. Come over here, Junior.

(All three bounce towards the window)

Bob: What do you see up there?

Junior: My curtains.

Bob: No, out the window, up in the sky?

Junior: I see lots of stars.

Larry: God made all of the stars out of nothing. He went just went SPPPPT and there they were.

Junior: No way!

Bob: That’s right, and he also made the sun and the moon and even the earth we’re living on right now.

Junior: Wow! Slime Monster couldn’t do that! Well even if he tried he would get everything really sticky.

Bob: But do you know what else God made?

Junior: What?

Larry: He made all the plants, and animals and people too!

Junior: Wow!

Bob: And that’s why we don’t have to be afraid.

Junior: Huh?

Bob: You see, everything God makes is very special to Him. He made all the little kids and he loves them very much. And because he loves them he takes extra good care of them. So we don’t need to be afraid because God is always looking out for us!

Junior: Oh, I get it. So you’re saying God’s the biggest of them all and He’s on my team!

Bob: That’s Right! Oh, by the way, there’s someone else who wants to meet you.

(Frankencelery descends from the ceiling)

Junior: Ahh! It’s Frankencelery!

(Junior hops into his toy chest.)

Frankencelery: Ah, Well, actually my name is Phil Winkelstein and I’m an actor from Teledo.

Junior: What?

Frankencelery: Well, I, I was just pretending to be Frankencelery in that TV show. Um, that was my job. Um really I’m just a regular guy, and I wouldn’t hurt anybody

Junior: oh, I get it! (singing) So when I’m lying in my bed… and the furniture starts creeping… I’ll just laugh and say “Hey cut that out!” And get back to my sleep cause I know that God’s the biggest and he’s watching all the while. So when I get scared and I’ll think of him and close my eyes and smile. (smiles)

All: God is bigger than the boogie man, He’s bigger than Godzilla or the Monsters on TV, oh, God is bigger than the Boogie Man and He’s watching out for you and me.

Monster 1: So, are you frightened?

Junior: No, not really.

Monster 2: Are you worried?

Junior: Not a bit! I know whatever’s going to happen that God can handle it!

Frankencelery: I’m sorry that I scared you when you saw me on TV.

Junior: Well, that’s okay, Cause now I know that God is taking care of me.

All: God is bigger than the boogie man, He’s bigger than Godzilla or the Monsters on TV, oh, God is bigger than the Boogie Man and He’s watching out for you and me.

Junior: One more Time!

All: God is bigger than the boogie man, He’s bigger than Godzilla or the Monsters on TV, oh, God is bigger than the Boogie Man and He’s watching out for you and me. He’s watching out for you and me …..Watching….Watching… Watching….

Junior: Out You for you and me. Yeah!

Dad: Junior, what’s all that racket in there?

Junior: Well I was just singing.

Dad: Well, your Mother and I think that show you were watching was a little too scary for you

Junior; Yeah, well, but maybe, but you know Frankencelery is just a guy named Phil from Teledo. Well and he’s not scary that all. And besides, God is bigger than any of them and even though he doesn’t squirt slime out of His ears He made the whole universe. And He’s taking good care of me too.

Dad: Um… Well… you’re right; we don’t have to worry about things because God is taking care of us.  I do think we should be a little more careful about what we watch on Television. And you know what? It’s okay to tell us if you’re really scared.

Junior:  Ok. I guess you’re right.

Dad: It sounds like you’ve been doing some good thinking but it’s time to shut the thinker down now and get some sleep. 

Junior: Okay

Dad: I love you little mister

Junior: I love you big mister. 

Dad: I’ll see you in the morning

Junior: Alright

Junior: (Singing) God is bigger than(YAWN) the boogie man. (Snoring).

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