On August 3, 1999, Artisan, Family Home Entertainment Kids, CINAR, and the CTW released a 7 disc set of the entire first season of VeggieTales Kids.
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- Larry's Bad Grade/ Bob and Larry Cheat In Class
- No Easter Candy/ Where Is The Bus
- Larry, the Troublemaker/Caught Red Handed
- This is the only DVD set to feature the 1998 Family Home Entertainment Kids, 1997 Children's Television Workshop, CINAR, and 1998 Big Idea logo combo at the beginning before the DVD menu.
- The DVD contains an audio commentary of the following paired episodes, which are Bob Wants Toys/ The Case of the Missing Donut, and Larry's Bad Grade/Bob and Larry Cheat In Class. Bob Wants Toys/The Case of the Missing Donut contains audio commentaries by Phil Vischer, John Ritter, Mike Nawrocki, and Daniel Brochu. Larry's Bad Grade/Bob and Larry Cheat In Class contains audio commentaries by AJ Henderson, Rodger Bumpass, Bill Fagerbakke, Michael Yarmush, and Michael Caloz.
- According to the audio commentary on Bob Wants Toys/ The Case of the Missing Donut, Phil Vischer stated that Children's Television Workshop (the creators of Sesame Street) and CINAR (Canada) agreed to produce the show VeggieTales Kids with Big Idea Productions, and Mike Nawrocki stated that originally Sony Wonder was going to release VeggieTales Kids on home video and DVD, but because Sony Wonder released Sesame Street home videos and DVDs with CTW, as well as releasing Arthur DVDs with CINAR that feature the same actors as VeggieTales Kids, Children's Television Workshop and CINAR decided that it wasn't a good idea for Sony Wonder to release VeggieTales Kids on VHS, just because it was produced by the same companies as Sesame Street and Arthur, and that Sony Wonder had the rights to both Sesame Street and Arthur, so they decided that a different company should distribute with CTW and CINAR when releasing VeggieTales Kids on VHS. There wre 4 other companies to choose from. First, they offered the rights to Anchor Bay Entertainment (the company that released Thomas and Friends), but Anchor Bay declined to release VeggieTales Kids. They then offered the rights to Warner Bros, but Warner Bros also declined the offer. They then offered the rights to Columbia Tristar Home Video, but Columbia Tristar declined the offer. They then offered the rights to Artisan, and Artisan, along with Family Home Entertainment Kids, the CTW, and CINAR, agreed to release VeggieTales Kids releases on VHS and DVD.
- Interestingly enough, Warner Bros. and Sony Wonder did release VeggieTales VHSes and DVDs from 2002-2006, and Artisan actually did release Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie on VHS and DVD.
- This is the only pre September 1999 release to feature the white background with real music, and Artisan byline in the Family Home Entertainment Kids logo.
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