Veggie Tales: Pistachio
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Will Pistachio learn that obeying the wisdom of a loving father will help him find what he really needs and could be the key to saving his whole family from becoming fish food? Find out in this all new VeggieTales adventure with a lesson about the importance of family and listening to your parents.
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My four year old loved the entire DVD. I highly recommend it too.
1 Star = Pathetic
2 Stars = Fair
3 Stars = Good
4 Stars = Excellent
5 Stars = Life changing
The first things long time fans will notice is that they've changed the theme song slightly. It's not a big enough change that most people will be upset, but after being the same for almost 20 years, it is definitely noticable.
Okay, moving on to the actual episode.
As usual, we start on the countertop as co-host Bob the Tomato is returning from a vacation. While he was gone, Larry the Cucumber had the crew from Extreme Re-Do: Crying Edition in to fix up the countertop. Yes, this part was definitely for the adults, and I got a huge kick out of it. They've also given Qwerty the computer an upgrade, and our letter of the week comes in a video e-mail. A little boy is wondering why he should listen to his parents. And so we roll film.
In the town of Bologna-Salami, there lives a lonely toy maker named Gelato (Larry the Cucumber). He's filled some of his loneliness by taking in three duckling and hiring an assistant, Cricket the Caterpillar (Khalil, and it's been a long time since we've seen him). One day, he is given a hunk of pistachio wood. After craving all night, he finds that his new puppet comes to life. But Pistachio (Junior Asparagus) isn't willing to listen to his father. As a result, he winds up running from a puppeteer and being swindled at the carnival. Will he learn to obey before it is too late?Read more ›
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I'm a big Veggie Tale fan so this was an easy pick. We always enjoy them. This was not the very best I've see from them, but they are always good.Published 5 months ago by coaviatrix
Very engaging with a good message. My two year old loved it and asks to watch it again, whenever he sees it in the option screen. Great family show!Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
My 7 year old loved it, and I really enjoyed watching it with her.Published 5 months ago by Tim Brungardt