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VeggieTales: Larry-Boy! & the Fib from Outer Space!
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October 22nd, 2002 DVD cover

Row 1 title

Phil Vischer
Animation Direction:
Chris Olsen
David Pitts
Tim Hodge

Phil Vischer
Chris Olsen

Row 2 title

Chris Olsen

Row 3 title

Phil Vischer

Row 4 title

Phil Vischer
Mike Nawrocki
Lisa Vischer
Tim Gregory
Kristin Blegen
Jim Poole
Natalia Lozano
Dan Anderson

Row 5 title

Kurt Heinecke
Phil Vischer
Theme Music:
Nicole C. Mullen

Row 6 title

Mike Nawrocki

Row 7 title

Big Idea Productions

Row 8 title

Lyrick Studios
Sony Wonder
Warner Home Video

Row 9 title

April 11th, 1997 (Everland Entertainment)
February 16th, 1999 (Lyrick Studios)
October 22nd, 2002 (Warner Home Video)
May 18th, 2004 (Warner Home Video)

Running time

30 minutes

Larry-Boy! & the Fib from Outer Space! is the 8th episode of the VeggieTales animated series. It was released on April 11th, 1997 by Everland Entertainment on VHS, in February 16th, 1999 by Lyrick Studios on VHS, October 22nd, 2002 by Warner Home Video on VHS and DVD, and May 18th, 2004 by Warner Home Video on VHS and DVD. This is the first installment featuring Larry as Larry-Boy, the hero of the city of Bumblyburg. In this story (subtitled "A Lesson in… Telling the Truth"), Larry-Boy must confront a Fib that has grown beyond control.

PlotEdit

Opening CountertopEdit

The story begins with Bob and Larry up on the countertop. Larry mentions he got an e-mail from a kid named Ezzio from New Jersey about a problem with lying and that he has a story that may help.

Larry-Boy! & the Fib from Outer Space!Edit

After accidentally breaking his dad's prized bowling collector's plate, Junior Asparagus is encouraged (by his new friend Fibrilious Minimus) to cover up the accident. When Junior is forced to continually tell fib after fib to maintain the story, he discovers his new friend has grown...and threatens to take over all of Bumblyburg! Larry-Boy, Bumblyburg's superhero, arrives and vanquishes Fib by telling Junior that God wants us always to tell the truth.

Closing CountertopEdit

Back on the countertop, Larry-Boy pairs with Bob in closing the show with the verse "The truth will set you free." —John 8:32b.

TriviaEdit

  • The names of all the streets in Bumblyburg are the names of members of Big Idea Productions, the makers of VeggieTales and 3-2-1 Penguins!; for example, Mike Nawrocki and Phil Vischer. The signs are visible in the opening sequence with the two peas.

GalleryEdit