Abe And The Amazing Promise is the thirty-eighth episode. It is the 28th episode in the series, it was released on February 9th 2009, it sets the story of Abraham's promise in a documentary-like setting.

It's lesson is patience.


Junior Asparagus is anxious for the new show production to be finished. Bob the Tomato reads a letter from Cairo, Illinois about "waiting" by directing a Bible-times interview with Abraham, Sarah and their promised son, Isaac. Josh and the Big Wall! Bob and Junior use imagination to travel. Their patience is tested by spitting camels, a confused nurse, an easily distracted and others. This episode's second segment is "Blunders in Boo-Boo-Ville". It is nearing the time of the great “Boo-Boo-Bird Festival,” but there haven’t been any Boo-Boo Birds spotted in the town for a long time. The festival is in danger of being cancelled if the town’s residents can’t come up with a way to attract the birds back to their city. Jacques learns a tough lesson about taking his time to make sure things are done correctly when an attempt to bring back the boo-boo birds doesn't go as smoothly as hoped. One of his inventions gone awry creating a rift in his friendship with Maurice and he must embark on his next task alone. He learns his lesson from a scientist and inventor named Leon Merengue. In the closing countertop segment, Junior says that Samuel must use his patience to get his bike. But before the end credits roll, Larry has just ate all of the cookies and Bob says "Well, remember, God made you special." And Junior says "And he loves you very much." After they say "Goodbye" Larry asks that he could make some more.

Cast of Characters


  • This episode shares elements with Josh and the Big Wall
  • This was the first video released in 2009.
  • This is the first video with the current logo.
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