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This classical is the second classical with silliness released following Rack, Shack, And Benny.


StoryEdit

Are You My Neighbor?


SongsEdit

  • VeggieTales Theme Song
  • Yodeling Veterinarian Of The Alps (Silly Songs With Larry)
  • Busy, Busy!
  • I Love My Lips (Silly Songs With Larry)
  • The Hairbrush Song (Silly Songs With Larry)
  • Love Your Neigbor
  • I Can Be Your Friend
  • What Have We Learned


PlotEdit

In the beginning, Bob starts out on the countertop with Larry as he has a shoe on his head. The first story is about a boy who had a lobster. You should know if you watched the movie. Three robbers steal his milk money and run away while he is in a hole. Then the screen has timed out and Bob then yells "We will be back with the show. So watch this." Then Larry preforms The Yodeling Veterinarian Of The Alps!

After the silly song, two people preform Busy, Busy! Then a little guy with a pot on his head pulls him out! After that, the projecter breaks down. You would see Bob there on the countertop in front of the set from The Yodeling Veterinarian Of The Alps and Larry dressed in a doctor suit. Bob is saying "Sorry kids, but the projecter broke down! In the meantime! Watch Larry and Archibald preform I Love My Lips from Dave and the Giant Pickle!" Then the screen shows Larry and Archibald preforming the silly song.

Bob is back and says that the projector is still broken. So he preforms The Hairbrush Song! After that, Bob says that the projecter is fixed and resumes the movie! Then at the end, it ends how it normally ends!


Other MoviesEdit

Preceded by: Veggietales Classicals With Silliness: Rack, Shack, And Benny

Succeeded by: Veggietales Classicals With Silliness: Madame Blueberry

PicturesEdit

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The Cover For Are You My Neighbor?

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