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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Countertop Ending)
[Cut to back with Bob and Larry on the Countertop once again.]
Larry: Wow, Bob, you were right! Those were the best stories that I ever saw!
Bob: They certainly were, Larry.
Larry: You were right after all. We do need to have Determination in what we do, even
if it isn't always easy.
Bob: That's right. We're over here by Qwerty to talk about what we've learned today.
Qwerty: (singing) /And so what we have learned
Applies to our lives today
And God has a lot to say
In his book/
Larry: I think I'm starting to get more ideas for my adventure novel now.
Bob: Really, Larry?
Qwerty: (singing) /You see, we know that
God's word is for everyone
And now that our song is done,
We'll take a look/
Bob: Anyway, Saul learned that in order to meet the qualifications as the new king
of Israel, he needed to have the right kind of determination in order to make it
happen.
Larry: Yep, and in the second story, Orville and Wilbur Dwight learned that determination
means working hard in a task that even they
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 9)
[Scene cuts to Orville and Wilbur working hard to build another plane and testing it. The
plane stays aloft but falls down, but this time, Wilbur is wearing a parachute, which he
deploys, as he drifts back down to the ground gently in front of Orville, who is happy that
the parachute worked as well. Cut to Orville and Wilbur now building another plane, which
lasts for another year, while Caleb also builds another airplane engine that will work
properly. Orville and Wilbur then install the engine into the airplane, and test it out.
The engine is able to run much longer, though Caleb has to oil the engine so that it will
work much better. Cut to Orville and Wilbur testing out the plane again. This time, the
airplane is able to fly much longer, which Orville is happy to see, before Wilbur is able
to land the plane more smoothly. Orville runs up to Wilbur happily after that.]
Orville: We did it, Wilbur! We completed the plane!
Wilbur: We sure did, Orville. Now all that's left is to fly it
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 8)
[Orville is still working on the airplane, getting the frame built, and getting the engine fixed,
before also coming up with another idea.]
Orville: I just came up with another brilliant idea to make the airplane fly! If we want the airplane
to fly, then what about if we want it to come down again? Then, I'll make landing gear! I wish Wilbur
were still helping me, he'd think that that would be a great idea.
[Orville still continues working, just as the Reporter comes up to him from behind.]
Orville: Is that you, Wilbur? Have you come back to help me after all?
[Orville turns around and becomes surprised when he sees the reporter instead of Wilbur.]
Orville: You're not Wilbur! Who are you?
Reporter: Do forgive me for this intrusion, but are you Orville Dwight?
Orville: Yep, that's me. What brings you here?
Reporter: I am a reporter from the Herald Tribune, and I was told that you and your brother Wilbur
Dwight were working on the very first life-size airplane. Is this true?
Orville: You
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 7)
[Scene switches to Caleb now working hard to build an airplane engine.]
(Song plays about being the best mechanic in all of Kitty Hawk and being glad to help out those
that need any mechanical devices built.)
[After the song ends, Caleb has gotten the airplane engine all built, just as Orville and Wilbur
return.]
Caleb: Your airplane engine is complete, Orville.
Orville: Much obliged, Caleb. This is perfect! This time, our airplane should be able to stay
aloft much longer.
Wilbur: *sighs* Here we go again.
[Scene switches to the airplane engine now installed in the new airplane as Orville and Wilbur
look it over.]
Orville: It's perfect. Caleb has really done it again!
Wilbur: Yeah, he's done it again, alright. Done it again at being insane.
Orville: Wilbur, you can call Caleb Pinwheely different things, but don't call him 'insane',
okay?
Wilbur: *rolling his eyes* Sure, whatever you say, Orville.
Orville: Tomorrow, we fly!
[The screen goes dark again, before a white text reading "The n
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 6)
[Scene switches to Wilbur now sitting in the middle of the airplane, while Orville still
pushes it near the edge of the hill. Wilbur is looking very nervous while sitting in the
airplane.]
Wilbur: I can't believe you talked me into this, Orville! What if it doesn't work?!
Orville: Trust me, Wilbur! It will! Now, are you ready?
Wilbur: Uh, I guess so.
Orville: Alright, here it goes! One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready,
and four, to fly!
[Orville then pushes the airplane over the edge of the hill as it starts rolling down the
hill with Wilbur still riding in it, as the airplane starts rolling towards a ramp at the
bottom of the hill.]
Wilbur: ORVILLE!!!!!!!!!
Orville: Hang in there, Wilbur!
[The airplane then reaches the bottom of the hill and rolls up the ramp, which sends the
airplane flying into the air.]
Orville: Yes! Contact!
[The airplane still soars through the air with Wilbur still riding in it.]
Wilbur: I don't believe it, it actually worked! I'm flying! I'm
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 5)
[Scene opens to a small quiet forest, before the story's title comes up, "The Brothers Dwight", then
fades away after that. The camera pans through the forest, before focusing on a small town. A subtitle
then shows up, which reads "Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, 1900", then fades away. The camera pans across
the town of Kitty Hawk until focusing on a small house. Inside the house are two brothers named Orville
Dwight (played by Larry the Cucumber) and Wilbur Dwight (played by Bob the Tomato), who are playing
with toy airplanes.]
Orville: Orville to Wilbur, do you read me, Wilbur?
Wilbur: Loud and clear, Orville! Enemy target is in sight!
Orville: All systems are go, Wilbur! We're going in! *imitating an airplane motor*
[However, Orville suddenly loses his balance, before he falls on top of Wilbur, as the two brothers
fall to the ground after that. Despite their little accident, the two brothers start laughing after
that.]
Orville: *sighs* I love playing with toy airplanes.
Wilbur: Me too,
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 4)
[Scene switches to back in the town of Ramah, where Samuel has called a meeting in the town
square, at the same time that Saul is standing off to the side while hiding behind some
baggage.]
Bob: (Narrating) The next day, Samuel called a meeting in Ramah, where he was preparing to
make an announcement to the people about finding the new king of Israel.
Samuel: Good people of Ramah, I have called you all here today because I have found the man
who is destined to be Israel's first king!
Crowd: *cheering*
Samuel: Yes, God has picked the man who will rule over our fair land for years to come! He
comes from the land of Gibeah, where he used to work on his family's farm, but yesterday, I
was able to convince him to accept the duties of being the first ever king of Israel.
[While Samuel is explaining all this to the crowd, Saul is still hiding behind the baggage
while still unsure if he would be suitable as Israel's first king or not.]
Saul: How did I ever get myself into this mess? I shouldn'
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 3)
Bob: (Narrating) Saul wasn't sure what to think of being elected as Israel's king, but Samuel
knew that God was resolute with his decision, even if it seemed rather iffy at the time. Then
another question began running through Saul's mind; what would his parents say if they found
out that he was to be the first king of Israel?
Saul: I hate to break this to you, Samuel, but I'm afraid the kingly life just isn't for me.
You might as well just pick someone else to be king.
Blake: Yeah, like me!
Samuel: I'm afraid not, Blake. God's decision still stands, so Saul is hereby selected to be
Israel's newest king.
Blake: Aw, nuts!
Saul: But, Samuel, please hear me out on this! I really appreciate your offer to be king, but
I'm afraid that I'm nothing more but a farm boy.
Samuel: Well, even a farm boy can make a difference.
Saul: But what will my mother and father say when they find out about this?!
Samuel: I would say that they would be rather proud of their son.
[Saul can only stare in frustrat
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 2)
[Scene switches to the next day, where Saul and Blake are still watching over the donkeys,
though the two start to feel tired while doing so. The two then fall asleep after a few
minutes, before the donkeys start to wander away after that with no one to watch over
them. After 10 minutes passed, Saul and Blake wake up, before seeing that the donkeys
are gone.]
Saul: Uh, Blake, do you notice anything different about that pasture?
Blake: Wait, I know this! Let me think for a minute...
[Blake starts to think while Saul becomes mildly frustrated.]
Saul: Blake, what is different about that pasture is that there are no donkeys in it
because they're gone.
Blake: Oh right, I was going to say that.
[Saul can only roll his eyes, before becoming worried about the donkeys being missing.]
Saul: This is terrible! Father's donkeys are missing, all because we shirked our duties
and fell asleep on the job!
Blake: I don't get that.
Saul: Get what?
Blake: How can we shirt our duties when we are wearing sh
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 1)
[Scene opens to a bright cloudy sky, before the story's title, "Saul, King of Israel" appears,
then fades away after that. Camera pans down to in the town of Ramah.]
Bob: (Narrating) This is the story of Saul. Many, many years ago, back when Israel became a stable
country, there were no kings ruling over the land, only judges. The reason was because God knew
that a king ruling over Israel would only spell trouble for the land, unless this king would rule
with a strong sense of fairness and especially Determination. Now our story begins in the town of
Ramah, where Samuel the judge has found himself faced with a huge problem; the problem being approached
by townsfolk who demanded a king.
[Cut to at the town square of Ramah, where Samuel (played by Grandpa George) is confronted by a crowd
of carrots, peas, and gourds.]
Carrot # 1: Samuel! We need to talk!
Samuel: What about, my good man?
Carrot # 1: This place has been getting brazen for all of us without a proper ruler!
Carrot # 2: Yeah,
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VT - Saul, King of Israel (Countertop Intro)
[Scene opens to on the Countertop, where Larry is all alone while typing something on a
miniature laptop on a small table.]
Larry: *narrating* "And just when it seemed that it was hopeless, the daring young hero
came up with an idea on how to escape from the dungeon that he was imprisoned in!" Boy,
oh, boy! This is the best adventure novel that I came up with! I don't know why I didn't
think of this idea before!
[Bob comes up to Larry after that, noticing Larry typing on the laptop.]
Bob: What are you doing, Larry?
Larry: Oh, hi, Bob! I've decided to take up writing. I've come up with a great idea for
an adventure novel.
Bob: An adventure novel, huh? Well, what's it about?
Larry: Well, to tell you the truth, Bob, I have no idea.
Bob: *sighs* Larry, how can you write an adventure novel if you don't know what the plot
of the story is?
Larry: I don't know, all I did was write down one passage.
[Larry shows Bob what he wrote down on his laptop, but all he wrote down was what he
narrated in
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Literature
Veggie Animals: A Hop, A Skip, And A Jump
Veggie Animals
Episode 66: A Hop, A Skip, And A Jump
A Lesson in Asking For Help
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[Scene opens to Berle exiting from his tree while bringing out a large jar of Birch
tree sap that he collected.]
Berle: Wait'll the others see this. The biggest collection of Birch tree sap that
I've ever collected in this jar. They're gonna be so surprised and amazed when they
see how much sap there is.
[Berle tries to get the jar out of his tree, but the jar is too big that he can't
get it out of the tree.]
Berle: *grunting* Come on! Why isn't it coming out?! *panting* I need some help. Here
comes Larry. Maybe he can help.
[Larry the Cucumber/Ring-tailed Lemur walks by, when he looks up to see Berle up in
his tree.]
Larry: Hi, Berle. What's going on?
Berle: Oh, Lawrence, thank goodness you came by. I was wondering if you could help
me with-
Larry: No time to continue talking, Berle! I gotta go! See ya later!
Berle: But- Bu
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Veggie Animals: True Intelligence
Veggie Animals
Episode 65: True Intelligence
A Lesson in True Wisdom
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[Scene opens to Larry the Cucumber/Ring-tailed Lemur reading what looks like a book
on science, at the same time that Bob the Tomato/Red Panda walks by.]
Bob: Hi, Larry. Whatcha reading?
Larry: Shhhh! Quiet, Bob! I'm in the middle of making myself smarter!
Bob: Smarter? What do you mean? Let me see that book that you're reading.
[Bob walks up to Larry and takes a look at the book that he is reading.]
Bob: "The Quick and Easy Way to Become a Quiz Whiz"? Larry, what's going on here?
Larry: Don't you see, Bob? I want to be known as the smartest Cucumber-Lemur in the
whole world! So because of that, I was able to buy this book from the bookstore as
a key to help me become smarter.
Bob: Larry, I understand your concern about wanting to be smarter, but just reading
in a quiz book is not enough to help you get smarter.
???: (Off-screen) Actual
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Veggie Animals: Voyage In The Dark
Veggie Animals
Episode 64: Voyage In The Dark
A Lesson in Self-Discipline
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[Scene opens to Junior Asparagus/Abyssinian and Laura Carrot/Poodle taking the walk
together, while Berle the Sapsucker and Armando the Flying Fox are flying ahead of
them.]
Berle: You gotta admit, this is a nice day today, even in spite of it being Autumn.
Junior: It sure is, Berle. It was really nice of you and Armando to take Laura and
me on a walk.
Armando: Think nothing of it, kid. It's on us for you two to come with us.
Laura: We thank you for that.
Berle: No problem, Laura.
[Junior and Laura continue walking with Berle and Armando still flying, until they
come upon a dark area of the forest that seems spooky.]
Berle: Oh boy, not this place again.
Junior: What? What place is it, Berle?
Berle: This is Shadow Grove, the darkest and most melancholic area of Pinnacle Forest.
Armando: He's right. This place is said to be the most
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Veggie Animals: Olympics Of Opportunities
Veggie Animals
Episode 63: Olympics Of Opportunities
A Lesson in Trusting Others
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[It is now a brisk October day in Pinnacle Forest, where Isabella the Arctic Fox is
seen standing at the edge of a small hill next to her den, pondering about what come
her way. However, she looks up and sees a male pigeon carrying what looks like a
message in his feet, before he flies up to Isabella and gives her the message.]
Pigeon: Are you Isabella?
Isabella: Yes, that would be me.
Pigeon: I was told to deliver this message to you in Pinnacle Forest. Now that my
job has been accomplished, I must be going now. Until next time.
[The pigeon then flies back the way he came, just as Isabella unrolls the message
and starts to read it.]
Isabella: *reading* "Dear Isabella, you and your fellow canine friends are hereby
invited back to Aura Valley to take part in the first annual Canine Games. The games
are to help promote courage
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Veggie Animals: Too Batty For Words
Veggie Animals
Episode 62: Too Batty For Words
A Lesson in Making Proper Judgement
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[It is now a cool September day in Pinnacle Forest. In one part of the forest, Larry
the Cucumber/Ring-tailed Lemur is seen leaning forward against a tree.]
Larry: ...15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20! Ready or not, here I come!
[Larry then sets off through the forest to look for the rest of his friends, who are
hiding. Bob the Tomato/Red Panda is hiding in some bushes, Petunia Rhubarb/Sifaka
is hiding up in one of the trees, Berle the Sapsucker is hiding in a hole in another
tree, Fritz the Day Gecko is hiding under some leaves, and Jimmy and Jerry Gourd/
Jackal are hiding behind a large rock.]
Jimmy: This is one of the best hiding places we've ever picked, Jerry. Larry will
never find us here.
Jerry: Yeah.
[Larry still searches around the forest, until he comes upon the same rock that
Jimmy and Jerry are hiding behind, before he no
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“A bag of caramels?” Petalbug asked, confused.  “What do I do with this?!” she said in the next instant, sounding a little freaked out.
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Everyone at the party waited for Baker Lunt to come back.  They waited and waited until…
“Junior?  Are you okay?” Larry asked.  He had noticed that Junior was looking a bit greener around the stalk than usual.
“No,” Junior replied, sounding as sick as he looked.  “My stomach really hurts.”
“Same here,” Bob chimed in.
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What in the world would cause them to do that? he thought.
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“Hi, Petunia,” Larry said, trying his best to not let his voice shake.
Time seemed to move in slow motion as Petunia turned to face Larry.
“Oh, hello, Larry,” Petunia said.  “You look really nice today.”
“So do you,” he replied.
“Are you… shaking?” Petunia asked him, eyeing him carefully.
Oh, no, Larry thought.  I am shaking!  Why can I control my voice, but not my body?!  However, he silently took a deep br
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[The scene opens on the Countertop, where we see Bob and Larry standing directly
on the Countertop in front of the camera while smiling.]

Bob: Hi, kids! I'm Bob the Tomato!

Larry: And I'm Larry the Cucumber!

Bob: Welcome to VeggieTales! Now today we're going to-

[Before Bob can finish his sentence, the sound of barking is heard from off-
screen. Bob then becomes confused when he hears this loud barking.]

Bob: Uh, Larry, what's that sound?

Larry: What sound, Bob?

Bob: I heard a barking sound just a few seconds ago. *barking is heard once
again* Just like that!

Larry: Oh, that! *chuckles* No need to worry, Bob. That's just my new dog. His
name is Beasley.

Bob: Beasley?

Larry: Yep, I adopted him at the animal shelter a few days ago to promote that
fight against animal cruelty program. Isn't he the greatest thing?

[Larry then holds up a picture of Beasley, who is a Dogue de Bordeaux.]

Bob: He sure is, but don't you think you should be taking care of him? You know,
like feeding him, giving him a bath, and taking him for walks?

Larry: Well, sure, Bob. I'll do it after the show, okay?

Bob: *frustrated* Larry... *remembers something* Oh hey! That reminds me, we got
a letter today from Samuel Burnside from Canyon City, Oregon! Samuel writes...

[Bob then reads the letter that he is holding up.]

Bob: "Dear Bob and Larry, my best friend Alan is going on vacation, and he wants
me to take care of his guinea pigs, Speckles and Brownie, while he's gone, but I'm
not sure if I'm responsible enough to do it or not. What should I do? Your friend,
Samuel."

Larry: If that's the case, Samuel, then you've got nothing to worry about. Just
put Speckles and Brownie in a kennel and when Alan comes back, pick them up and
everything will be hunky-dory once again.

Bob: *sternly* Larry, you don't put guinea pigs in a kennel.

Larry: How come? There are kennels for dogs and cats, why not kennels for guinea
pigs?

Bob: Because... *sighs in frustration* Oh, give me strength.

Larry: Bob? Are you okay?

Bob: I'm fine, Larry.

[More barking sounds are heard from Beasley afterwards.]

Larry: Beasley's barking again.

Bob: It sounds to me like Beasley could use some attention, Larry. It's important
that we're responsible for everything that we do, whether it's our actions, our
chores, or especially taking care of pets. Responsibility is very important in
our lives.

Larry: Hmmmmmmmm. *thinks a bit* Responsibility. *brightens up* I think I may have
a story, Bob!

Bob: You do, Larry?

Larry: I sure do, Bob. Jimmy and Jerry Gourd were faced with the exact same problem
once.

Bob: They were? When did this happen?

Larry: Trust me. I've got this under control.

Bob: That's what worries me.

Larry: No need to worry. *smiles*

[Larry then looks directly at the screen while smiling, at the same time that Bob
also looks at the screen with a rather dubious expression on his face, as the screen
then goes black.]
VT - Two Gourds and a Baby (Countertop Intro)
Well, here is the Countertop Intro to my first VeggieTales fanfic "Two Gourds and a Baby". The title is obviously based on that of the 1987 comedy film "Three Men and a Baby". Here's the synopsis for the story;

Two Gourds and a Baby

A lesson in Responsibility

----Jimmy and Jerry Gourd live by themselves in Apartment 7-G without a care in the world. Of course, that all changes one day when Laura Carrot stops by and asks them to look after Baby Lou while she and her family are on vacation for a whole week. This puts a huge damper on Jimmy and Jerry's lifestyle because they are not responsible enough to actually have any experience in looking after babies. Can the two Gourd brothers learn to be responsible for Baby Lou? Find out in this humorous tale that teaches kids that Responsibility has its rewards.

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Cast of Characters:

Jimmy Gourd as Himself

Jerry Gourd as Himself

Laura Carrot as Herself

Baby Lou as Himself

Junior Asparagus as Himself

Annie the Onion as Herself

Dad Asparagus as Himself

Mom Asparagus as Herself

Scallion # 3 as Pizza Delivery Boy

Charlie Pincher as Hot Dog Vendor

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The first reference in this intro that's easy to miss is that the dog that Larry owns, Beasley, is named after the Dogue de Bordeaux of the same name that played the latter title character of the 1988 film "Turner & Hooch". Also, this story idea that I came up with existed as far back during my Fanfiction.net days in mid-2005. It is, however, one of the few VeggieTales story ideas that survived.

First Part: cave-cat-87.deviantart.com/art…

Image provided by :iconveggiemaniac:.

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I forgot to mention, fellow deviants. Around a week ago, my friend Emily aka :iconveggiemaniac: offered her services to make pictures for the VeggieTales stories that I've written so far. What we decided on is that for each of my fanmade VT episodes, she would draw the fanmade DVD cover with a scene from the Countertop Intro next to it, a pivotal scene from each part of the corresponding episode, and finally a scene for the Countertop Ending, in which Qwerty would be showing the verse that ties in to the lesson. I should be lucky to have a friend like Emily do that for me. :)
Well, I started out working on "Nehemiah and the Wall of Defense", but during that time, a bunch of other VT ideas started to knock around inside my head. These ideas are a retelling of the story of Jacob and Esau (which I strongly suspect the lesson to be on the dangers of favoritism), a James Bond parody, retellings of the parables of the Good Shepherd and the Evil Judge, a retelling of the "Stone Soup" story (a lesson to be in Generosity) paired with a retelling of the story of feeding the 5,000, a parody of "The Magnificent Seven", a Larry-Boy story that deals with dealing with doubt, and a retelling of the fairy tale of "The Six Men That Went On in the World".

Well, what do you think, fellow deviants? Do you think any of these ideas have potential to be turned into fanmade VT episodes by me? Comment below and let me know.

Until next time, later!
[Cut to back with Bob and Larry on the Countertop once again.]

Larry: Wow, Bob, you were right! Those were the best stories that I ever saw!

Bob: They certainly were, Larry.

Larry: You were right after all. We do need to have Determination in what we do, even
if it isn't always easy.

Bob: That's right. We're over here by Qwerty to talk about what we've learned today.

Qwerty: (singing) /And so what we have learned
Applies to our lives today
And God has a lot to say
In his book/

Larry: I think I'm starting to get more ideas for my adventure novel now.

Bob: Really, Larry?

Qwerty: (singing) /You see, we know that
God's word is for everyone
And now that our song is done,
We'll take a look/

Bob: Anyway, Saul learned that in order to meet the qualifications as the new king
of Israel, he needed to have the right kind of determination in order to make it
happen.

Larry: Yep, and in the second story, Orville and Wilbur Dwight learned that determination
means working hard in a task that even they thought was impossible to accomplish.

Bob: Exactly. So, let's see if Qwerty has a verse for us today.

Larry: You got it!

[Bob and Larry face Qwerty, who brings up the verse on his screen, the verse reads...]

Bob: *reading* "I can do all things through him who strengthens me. Phillipians 4:13".

Larry: Let me guess, does that mean that with God on our side, we'll stay determined in
the things that we do?

Bob: Indeed, Larry. Like I said, God gives us the Determination to do the things that
may seem hard even for us. *to the screen* So, Belina, try to remember that as long as
God gives you Determination, then you'll be able to accomplish anything that may be
hard to do.

Larry: Yeah, like trying to do gymnastics, like you wanted!

Bob: That's right! Well, anyway, kids. We're out of time for today, so always remember,
God made you special...

Larry: ...And he loves you very much.

Both: Bye!

[Larry then hops off after that.]

Bob: Where are you going, Larry?

Larry: Can't talk now, Bob! I've got an adventure novel to complete!

[Bob then turns to the screen with a small smile on his face, before the screen goes
dark, ending the episode.]
VT - Saul, King of Israel (Countertop Ending)
Well, people, here's the Countertop Ending of "Saul, King of Israel". I hope you all enjoyed the first fanmade episode I ever wrote that contained two stories in one. I know I did.

Saul, King of Israel

A lesson in Determination

----Ever wonder how King Saul from "Dave and the Giant Pickle" became king? Well, find out in "Saul, King of Israel", where Saul finds himself unexpectedly elected as the first king of Israel. Despite his doubts about being the rightful king, Saul ends up learning an important lesson about the importance of Determination, even if a task seems hard. Also included is "The Brothers Dwight", in which the Dwight brothers, Orville and Wilbur, try to accomplish building the first airplane, loosely based off the story of the Wright Brothers. Both stories are sure to teach kids about how Determination pays off for everyone.

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Cast of Characters:

Archibald Asparagus as Saul

Grandpa George as Samuel

Larry the Cucumber as Blake/Orville Dwight

Bob the Tomato as Wilbur Dwight

Mr. Lunt as Lumberyard Clerk

Scooter Carrot as Caleb Pinwheely

Scallion # 1 as Reporter

Jean-Claude Pea as Emile

Phillipe Pea as Lalo

Houston the Green Bean as Lowell Corntip

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[Scene cuts to Orville and Wilbur working hard to build another plane and testing it. The
plane stays aloft but falls down, but this time, Wilbur is wearing a parachute, which he
deploys, as he drifts back down to the ground gently in front of Orville, who is happy that
the parachute worked as well. Cut to Orville and Wilbur now building another plane, which
lasts for another year, while Caleb also builds another airplane engine that will work
properly. Orville and Wilbur then install the engine into the airplane, and test it out.
The engine is able to run much longer, though Caleb has to oil the engine so that it will
work much better. Cut to Orville and Wilbur testing out the plane again. This time, the
airplane is able to fly much longer, which Orville is happy to see, before Wilbur is able
to land the plane more smoothly. Orville runs up to Wilbur happily after that.]

Orville: We did it, Wilbur! We completed the plane!

Wilbur: We sure did, Orville. Now all that's left is to fly it in front of everyone at the
outskirts of Kitty Hawk.

Orville: That's right. So, let's fly!

[Cut to a year later as a large crowd have gathered at the outskirts of Kitty Hawk, while
Orville and Wilbur have their airplane set up. A news reporter named Lowell Corntip (played
by Houston the Green Bean) shows up in front of the screen to commentate on the events.]

Lowell Corntip: Greetings, Ladies and Gentlemen. I am Lowell Corntip, your reporter for
today. We are gathered here today at the outskirts of Kitty Hawk, where Orville and Wilbur
Dwight are preparing to test out their newest invention; a life-size airplane that they
claim will be the future of traveling. I don't know about all of you, but this sounds
like a bit of hogwash to me, though we'll just have to wait and see.

[Cut to Orville and Wilbur standing next to their airplane while standing before a small
crowd.]

Orville: Yes, folks. I, Orville Dwight, along with my brother, Wilbur Dwight, have built
this airplane, because we believe that if this works, we'll be able to revolutionize the
concept of air travel.

Emile: (Off-screen) Hold it right zere, monami!

[Orville and Wilbur turn around to see Emile and Lalo also having built their own airplane,
though it is built rather shoddily.]

Lalo: Oui! We too have also built our own airplane!

Emile: And because of zat, we also hope to revolutionize flight!

Lowell Corntip: Well now, this is most interesting. Looks like we'll have ourselves a race
to see which airplane will fly the best.

[Cut to Orville and Wilbur now in their plane, while Emile and Lalo are also in their plane
as well.]

Announcer: On your mark, get set, go!

[The starting gun goes off, as both teams start up their airplanes. Orville and Wilbur's
plane takes off, as does Emile and Lalo's plane. Both planes start to take to the air,
while everyone watches in amazement. However, seconds later, Emile and Lalo's plane
suddenly starts sputtering, much to their confusion.]

Emile: Lalo, did you remember to oil ze engine?

Lalo: I thought you did, Emile.

Emile: I didn't oil ze engine.

[Seconds later, Emile and Lalo's plane suddenly stops in midair due to the engine conking
out, before the plane starts falling as they start screaming. Seconds later, the plane
crashes to the ground, much to the surprise of everyone, while Emile and Lalo are left
dizzy from the impact.]

Lowell Corntip: Oh! Emile and Lalo's plane has taken a nosedive, but it looks like that
the plane built by the Brothers Dwight is still airborne!

[Orville and Wilbur's airplane still continues soaring through the air, until they've
reached 500 feet.]

Orville: Deploy the landing gear, Wilbur!

Wilbur: Deploying landing gear!

[The landing gear, which is a pair of wheels, pops out from the bottom of the plane as it
starts to descend towards the finish, before landing on the ground. After Orville and Wilbur
have landed their plane, everyone starts cheering, happy that the two brothers have accomplished
their flight, while Emile and Lalo are still upset about their defeat. The crowd then approaches
Orville and Wilbur and place them on their shoulders.]

Orville: We did it, Wilbur! We've completed our test flight!

Wilbur: We sure have, Orville! And it's all thanks to Determination, just like you said!

Orville: You know it, brother!

Wilbur: I certainly do, brother!

(Song plays about having the determination to accomplish a task, even if it seems hard to
do.)

[After the song ends, the screen goes dark, ending the story.]
VT - Saul, King of Israel (Part 9)
Today, here is Part 9 and the final part of "Saul, King of Israel", then after that is the Countertop Ending.

Saul, King of Israel

A lesson in Determination

----Ever wonder how King Saul from "Dave and the Giant Pickle" became king? Well, find out in "Saul, King of Israel", where Saul finds himself unexpectedly elected as the first king of Israel. Despite his doubts about being the rightful king, Saul ends up learning an important lesson about the importance of Determination, even if a task seems hard. Also included is "The Brothers Dwight", in which the Dwight brothers, Orville and Wilbur, try to accomplish building the first airplane, loosely based off the story of the Wright Brothers. Both stories are sure to teach kids about how Determination pays off for everyone.

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Cast of Characters:

Archibald Asparagus as Saul

Grandpa George as Samuel

Larry the Cucumber as Blake/Orville Dwight

Bob the Tomato as Wilbur Dwight

Mr. Lunt as Lumberyard Clerk

Scooter Carrot as Caleb Pinwheely

Scallion # 1 as Reporter

Jean-Claude Pea as Emile

Phillipe Pea as Lalo

Houston the Green Bean as Lowell Corntip

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Eighth Part: www.deviantart.com/cave-cat-87…
Countertop Ending: www.deviantart.com/cave-cat-87…

Houston's character in this story, Lowell Corntip, is based on the late Howard Cosell. The reason I did this is because of all the real life people that VeggieTales has parodied, I'm surprised that they never parodied Howard Cosell. I remember that "Codename: Kids Next Door" had a character who was essentially a Cosell parody.

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I forgot to mention, fellow deviants. Around a week ago, my friend Emily aka :iconveggiemaniac: offered her services to make pictures for the VeggieTales stories that I've written so far. What we decided on is that for each of my fanmade VT episodes, she would draw the fanmade DVD cover with a scene from the Countertop Intro next to it, a pivotal scene from each part of the corresponding episode, and finally a scene for the Countertop Ending, in which Qwerty would be showing the verse that ties in to the lesson. I should be lucky to have a friend like Emily do that for me. :)

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VeggieManiac Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2018  Student General Artist
I don't mean to sound like a pest, but did you see my "T&VITH" things?
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Cave-Cat-87 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2018
I have. And I don't think you're a pest.
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VeggieManiac Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2018  Student General Artist
Relieved   What'd you think?
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Cave-Cat-87 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2018
Most interesting.
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KodyBoy555 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2018  Student Digital Artist
So, I have made a decision that I will never watch political news again forever because of Donald Trump and Brett Kavanaugh. Would you join me not watching political news again forever if you feel like it?
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Cave-Cat-87 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2018
Why? I thought that we would want a good president to replace Trump.
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KodyBoy555 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2018  Student Digital Artist
We will get a good president to replace Donald Trump. But you can take a break from political news for a while if you want.
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Cave-Cat-87 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2018
:shrug:
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Arerona Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the wat by Arerona  
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VeggieManiac Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2018  Student General Artist
Hey, may I ask a quick question concerning your "Veggie Animals" series?
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