The Countertop Edit
Bob and Larry greet the kids once again on the Countertop and tell them they got a letter from Jenny Smith of Baton Rouge Louisiana she says that theres a kid in here class that judges her by her looks she wants to know if god can help her with this situation Larry says that he judged his brother Steve The Cucumber and his other brothers Bob and Mark knew a story that helped him so Larry started to tell the story of Shrek
Shrek, a green ogre who loves the solitude in his swamp, finds his life interrupted when countless fairytale characters are exiled there by order of the fairytale-hating Lord Farquaad of Duloc. Shrek tells them that he will go ask Farquaad to send them back. He brings along a talking Donkey, who is the only fairytale creature who knows the way to Duloc.
Meanwhile, Farquaad tortures the Gingerbread Man into giving the location of the remaining fairytale creatures until his guards rush in with something he has been searching for: the Magic Mirror. He asks The Mirror if his kingdom is the fairest of them all but is told that he is not even a king. To be a king he must marry a princess and is given three options, from which he chooses Princess Fiona, who is locked in a castle tower guarded by lava and a dragon. The Mirror tries to mention "the little thing that happens at night" but is unsuccessful.
Shrek and Donkey arrive at Farquaad's palace in Duloc, where they end up in a tournament. The winner gets the "privilege" of rescuing Fiona so that Farquaad may marry her. Shrek and Donkey easily defeat the other knights in wrestling-match fashion, and Farquaad accepts his offer to move the fairytale creatures from his swamp if Shrek rescues Fiona.
Shrek and Donkey travel to the castle and split up to find Fiona. Donkey encounters the dragon and sweet-talks the beast before learning that it is female. Dragon takes a liking to him and carries him to her chambers. Shrek finds Fiona, who is appalled at his lack of romanticism. As they leave, Shrek saves Donkey, caught in Dragon's tender clutches, and forces her to chase them out of the castle. At first, Fiona is thrilled to be rescued but is quickly disappointed when Shrek reveals he is an ogre.
As the three journey to Duloc, Fiona urges the two to camp out for the night while she sleeps in a cave. Shrek and Donkey stargaze while Shrek tells stories about great ogres and says that he will build a wall around his swamp when he returns. When Donkey persistently asks why, he says that everyone judges him before knowing him; therefore, he feels he is better off alone, despite Donkey's admission that he did not immediately judge him when they met.
Along the way, Shrek and Fiona find they have more in common and fall in love. One night, when the trio is almost at Duloc, Fiona shelters in a windmill. When Donkey hears strange noises coming from it, he finds Fiona turned into an ogre. She explains her childhood curse and her nightly transformation, which is why she was locked away, and that only her true love's kiss will return her to her "love's true form". Shrek, about to confess his feelings for Fiona with a sunflower, partly overhears them, and is heartbroken as he mistakes her disgust with her transformation to an "ugly beast" as disgust with him. Fiona makes Donkey promise not to tell Shrek, vowing to do it herself. The next morning, Shrek has brought Lord Farquaad to Fiona. The couple return to Duloc, while a hurt Shrek angrily leaves his friendship with Donkey and returns to his now-vacated swamp, remembering what Fiona "said" about him.
Despite his privacy, Shrek is devastated and misses Fiona. Furious at Shrek, Donkey comes to the swamp where Shrek says he overheard Donkey and Fiona's conversation. Donkey keeps his promise to Fiona and tells Shrek that she was talking about someone else. He accepts Shrek's apology and tells him that Fiona will be getting married soon, urging Shrek into action to gain Fiona's love. They travel to Duloc quickly, thanks to Dragon, who had escaped her confines and followed Donkey.
Shrek interrupts the wedding before Farquaad can kiss Fiona. He tells her that Farquaad is not her true love and only marrying her to become king. The sun sets, which turns Fiona into an ogre in front of everyone in the church, causing a surprised Shrek to fully understand what he overheard. Outraged by Fiona, Farquaad orders Shrek killed and Fiona detained. Shrek whistles for Dragon who bursts in along with Donkey and devours Farquaad. Shrek and Fiona profess their love and share a kiss; Fiona is bathed in light as her curse is broken but is surprised that she is still an ogre, as she thought she would become beautiful, to which Shrek replies that she is beautiful. They marry in the swamp and leave on their honeymoon while the rest celebrate by singing "I'm a Believer". then the story ends after that
What Have We Learned Edit
Back on the Countertop Bob tells Larry that his story was great then Larry introduces his brothers and tells them they sure can sing then Larry says Were over here by QWERTY to talk about what we learned today then his brothers start to sing a choir like version of the what have learned song when they were finished they left then get a verse from QWERTY after that Bob talks about the story and how Shrek learned that we should not judge others then they say God made you special and he loves you very much then they say good bye then the episode ends
- Larry the Cucumber as Shrek
- Petunia Rhubarb as Fiona
- Bob the Tomato as Donkey
- Mr. Nezzer as Captain of the Guards
- Charlie Pincher as Lord Farquaad
- Archibald Asparagus as Robin Hood
- Junior Asparagus as Pinocchio
- Mademe Blueberry as The Dragon
|Mike Nawrocki|| Shrek|
|Phil Vischer|| Donkey|
Captain of the Guards
|Tim Hodge||Lord Faurquad and Blind Lemon Lincon|
|Jackie Ritz||The Dragon|
- VeggieTales Theme Song
- All Star
- On the Road Again
- Welcome to Duloc
- I'm on My Way
- My Own Merry Men
- My Beloved Monster
- Larry's Blues
- You Belong to Me
- I'm a Believer
- What We Have Learned
- Stay Home
- Best Years Of Our Lives
- It Is You (I Have Loved)
The Blues with Larry Larry's Blues
What We Have Learned songEdit
Larry's Brothers Singing It
Kid They Got a Letter FromEdit
QWERTY'S Verse Edit
Do Not Judge By Appearance But Judge With The Right Judgement. John 7:24
- The Silly Song is reused from "Duke and the Great Pie War".
- This episode uses a portion of the footage from Duke.
- The credits states the video was released in 2004, but it didn't came out March 2005. Although this could when the video was finalized.