Wake up and smell the future with the latest VeggieTales release featuring all-new animation and six new songs. The Wonderful World of Auto-tainment is one trip to the future you'll want to take again and again! What's "Auto-tainment?" Frankly, we don't know. But Larry the Cucumber is pretty sure it involves an automated set from the future, singing robotic children and some of your favorite veggies performing bizarre renditions of songs like "Hole in the Bottom of the Sea" and Gilbert & Sullivan's "Modern Major General." All that and a whole lot more. Tune in for the fun as Big Idea's award-winning writers and animators cut loose with the most bizarre vision of the future since 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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Larry the Cucumber's vision of the future includes automated robotic hosts telling jokes with random punch lines and musical numbers in which the performers and themes are chosen entirely by chance. As Bob the Tomato quickly points out, the jokes of the future aren't very funny because they don't make sense. Worse, technical malfunctions in the Ventrilomatic hosts actually promote emotional instability. Nonetheless, Bob admits that Larry's vision of the future contains some very cool adaptations of classic songs like Gilbert and Sullivan's fast-talking "Modern Major General" and Binky the Aardvark's solo performance of Mozart's The Barber of Seville. Larry's vision of the future also includes an amusing animated short about greed called "Lunch." Junior Asparagus calls Bob and Larry back to the present with a final song celebrating God's unconditional love. (Ages 3-7) --Tami Horiuchi
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