VeggieTales:The Story of Lalaloopsy is the third episode of the VeggieTales animated series. It was released on January 1995 on VHS and re-recording sing-along edition on May 18, Subtitled "A Lesson in Loving Your Neighbor", it features two short stories that teach viewers that they should love people even if they seem different or strange to them. The first story, entitled Batter Up! The second Spotitis


On the countertop, Larry the Cucumber is seen wearing a shoe on his head and asks Bob the Tomato why he's wearing it. Bob explains that he got a letter from Latasha Robbins of Savannah, Georgia, and she wants to know what loving your neighbor really means. Bob begins to tell The Story of Flibber-o-loo.

Batter Up! (pilot)Edit

Berry and all of her other friends try to break the record of tallest stack of pancakes ever. At the same time, Forest and his pet beaver tap trees for syrup.

The Hairbrush SongEdit

In the Silly Song, Larry, after taking a bath, laments his missing hairbrush in song. Pa Grape and Junior Asparagus help in the search before Bob informs Larry he gave the hairbrush to The Peach because "he has hair". The sequence ends with The Peach (In his debut of VeggieTales), also in a towel, thanking Larry for the hairbrush and Larry asking The Peach to take care of it.This Silly Song was voted by fans as "the Silliest Silly Song of All Time" in the video, the Ultimate Silly Song Countdown.


Rosy has to find a cure for a disease that spreads through Lalaloopsy Land. Also, Peanut teaches her pet elephant to walk on stilts.

QWERTY's verse at the end of the show is "Love your neighbor as yourself", Leviticus 19:18.


  • Bob the Tomato
  • Larry the Cucumber
  • Qwerty
  • Pillow Featherbed
  • Crumbs Sugar Cookie
  • Mittens Fluff 'n' Stuff
  • Peanut Big Top
  • Spot Splatter Splash 
  • Jewel Sparkles
  • Dot Starlight
  • Bea Spells-A-Lot
  • Blossom Flowerpot
  • Sunny Side Up
  • Berry Jars 'n' Jam
  • Rosy Bumps 'n' Bruises
  • Forest Evergreen


  • Veggie Tales Theme Song (Old Version and Instrumental)
  • Lalaloopsy Theme Song
  • What We Have Learned (Old Version and Instrumental)


  • a parody of Lalaloopsy
  • This is one of the only episodes where Larry has a derpy voice

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