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(October 3, 2018)

The Story of Flibber-O-Loo
Season 1, Episode 1
Vital statistics
Air date October 5, 2018
Written by Mike Nawrocki

Phil Vischer

Directed by Phil Vischer

Chris Olsen

Episode guide
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N/A The Good Egg of Gooseville
The Story of Flibber-O-Loo is the first episode of VeggieTales: Back On TV! Season 1 and is the first episode overall.

Opening/Closing Countertop


Bob and Larry welcome the kids to VeggieTales on TV. Larry is so excited that they are back on TV. Bob is too, because he wants to share all the stories they've had since they were last on TV. Bob says that today they received a letter from Mia of Orlando, Florida. Mia wants to know how she can appropriately love others. Larry has no clue, he suggests maybe getting her loved ones some flowers and chocolate. Larry then goes on a tangent about all the different kinds of chocolate he likes. Bob says that loving someone doesn't mean just giving them flowers and chocolate, even though there is a Hallmark holiday specifically for it. Bob says he has the perfect story for Mia and Larry.


Larry thinks that story was wonderful. Bob says that loving someone means helping them out, no matter how close in relationship they may be to us. It's good to establish good relationships with as many people as you can. Bob thanks the kids for joining them today, and hopes to see them all again next time.


  • The story does not change at all. Oddly, all references to God are kept in
  • A silly song is added in at the end, which is Gated Community


  • VeggieTales Theme Song
  • Busy, Busy
  • Love Your Neighbor
  • Gated Community


  • Larry
  • Bob
  • Archibald
  • Dad Asparagus
  • Dad Carrot
  • Laura
  • Lenny
  • Scallion #1
  • Scallion #2
  • Scallion #3
  • Lovey
  • Junior
  • Gated Community Singers
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