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Cavis Appythart and Millward Phelps (Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber) are putting the finishing touches on their first Christmas Spectacular musical - "The Princess and the Plumber." With stage great Effie Pickering in the lead role and more electric lights than 1880's London could ever hope to illuminate, Cavis is sure his show will "teach London how to love!" But when word gets out that little Edmund Gilbert's (Junior Asparagus) Christmas pageant, featuring the unveiling of a beloved and priceless artifact, is scheduled for the same night, will out two playwrights turn to desperate measures? Find out as the artists at Big Idea take you on an exciting holiday adventure all the way to a new understanding of the one Christmas story that really can teach us to love each other!

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The VeggieTales gang is back for their second Christmas episode. Though the setting is Victorian England, old Ebenezer Scrooge is nowhere in sight, refreshingly. Cavis Appythart and Millward Phelps (Bob and Larry) are just finishing up their first holiday musical in an effort to "teach London to love." However, their hearts aren't in the right place, and the play has more electrical lights than well-meaning words. When they learn that a local church plans to bring out a priceless artifact for their meager holiday-themed play, Cavis and Millward panic and try to steal the precious Star of Christmas (which looks something like a turtle). Sure enough, the boys will learn their lesson and discover the meaning of Christmas. There's enough wit and song to justify the longer length (45 minutes) of this episode that vastly improves on the unremarkable first VeggieTales Christmas show. (Ages 4 and older) --Doug Thomas

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