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'''Lyle the Kindly Viking''' is a VeggieTales episode. It's lesson is sharing.
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[[File:Lyle_the_Kindly_Viking.jpg|thumb|The box art for the DVD]]'''Lyle the Kindly Viking''' is 15th episode of the VeggieTales animated series. It was released on March 24, 2001. It features two short stories about sharing, one a parody of Shakespeare's Hamlet, the other a parody of a Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera.
   
==Summary==
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== Plot ==
We see [[Larry the Cucumber]] and [[Bob the Tomato]] welcoming us to VeggieTales!, And they got a lot of letters, of questions about sharing. Like, Why do I have to share?, How could I share?, etc. And they well tell you that they can solution to all of the questions in one episode until Junior Asparagus's mom comes interrupting Bob the Tomato, and in [[King George and the Ducky]], there was guest hosts putting up the show without Larry the Cucumber or Bob the Tomato. But however, Archibald wants to be as a guest host for the show. So they let them have the permission and request granted. So, Bob the Tomato reminded Archibald, that if they have any trouble, let Bob or Larry know. So, she calls for the two tiny peas to set-up the set. And with Archibald wearing a red robe. She sits on a couch and starts telling us a story supposed to be about Hamlet, but the two tiny peas forgot the unable scripted, so there was a alternative story called "Omelet", In this story,
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The episode opens with the usual countertop scene; Larry the Cucumber and Bob the Tomato welcoming us to VeggieTales! They tell us that they've gotten a lot of letters with questions about sharing. Archibald Asparagus interrupts Bob to ask if he can host the show, seeing as Jimmy and Jerry got to host one. Larry reminds Bob that the show is about sharing, and Bob grants Archibald's request. Archibald calls to the peas to bring out the set, consisting of a fireplace and an armchair, Archibald also gets a costume change and the lights dim. Archibald tells us that he is going to do an all-veggie staging of Hamlet, but the peas couldn't find it and they give him the script to ''Omlet. ''Not wanting to have Bob help him, he reluctantly announces "Shakespeare's classic: ''Omlet.''"
A chef was operating "Horatio's Egg Cafe", until the Kingdom has only the three remaining last eggs, But, the hungry-egg lover, Prince. So, that the chef cooked a egg for the Prince, and he did not ate it yet, until a interruption with a guy. The guy said that the Prince must "share" the eggs, or else they will be starving. But Prince refuses too, so that he replied "What?!, are you crazy?", but a tiny pea comes by the Prince, and he plays a like-Battleship game, but the Prince accepts to play it, so he plays with the pea, as they are playing, the tiny pea smells the white, fluffy scrambled eggs and he would like to have a bite of it, but the Prince makes a decision accepts it. But, after the tiny little pea ate a piece. The Prince would like to announce that they must share the eggs because God would like it, for people to share. And it was a happily ever after!
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As in between segments, a cliffhanger appears, and now we have [[Silly Songs with Larry]], but as he said "And now it's time for Silly Songs with Larry, the part of the -" until it was interrupted by the guest host, Archibald. But then it was renamed into Classy Songs with Larry, but in this song, it never appeared online, so there is nothing to do with it, but not on even YouTube's channel, BigIdeaInc. So, after the Silly song (or Classy song), we see Archibald, the guest host again, sitting back at her couch. So Archibald talks about the lost musical that Gilbert & Sullivan, they made before their own deaths. So that the both tiny peas gave the book of the lost musical of Gilbert, titled "Lyle the Kindly Viking". In this story,
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The curtain opens on "Horatio's Egg Cafe" where Horatio (Scooter) is holding an egg carton. The peas enter, and announce that Prince Omlet wants his daily eggs, cooked light and fluffy. Horatio asks of the peas, "Doth not the Prince know that these are the last eggs in the entire kingdom?" The peas dismiss this remark. Horatio then asks if the Prince would share his eggs with the starving people, but the peas again dismiss his question. Horatio leaves to cook the eggs and the curtain closes. The curtain opens in the castle where Prince Omlet is lamenting his helplessness to help his starving people. Horatio enters with the eggs cooked light and fluffy, telling the Prince that these are the last eggs in the kingdom. Mr. Lunt enters (reluctantly) as Ophelia. (S)He berates Omlet for feasting on eggs, cooked light and fluffy, while the people are starving and beeseches him to share his eggs. Omlet asks why, Ophelia replies with "Simply this, God says he likes it when we share our blessings." and exits. Omlet comtemplates weather or not to share. The set changes again, to outside the castle, where a pea is playing battleship. The Prince asks if the pea is going to keep playing by himself and the pea asks if the Prince would like to share his game. As they are playing, the pea sees the Prince's eggs and asks if he can have a bite. After a moment of indesicion, Omlet says that he may. After the pea takes a bite, Omlet realizes that he shared, and that it felt good to share. Omlet then announces to everyone that he will share the eggs, because God likes it when we share our blessings. Horatio points out that there aren't enough eggs for everyone, but they discover that Jerry had thought the eggs were ping-pong balls, and he had plenty of them. Horatio then proposed that they name the light and fluffy cooked eggs after their Prince, and call them "the omlet". The segment ends with Larry and Junior in the audience looking very confused, Junior asks if Larry understood any of the play and Larry responds: "Not a word."
There were Vikings that steal for their own good from the monks, but there was a unusual viking named "Lyle" ([[Junior Asparagus]]), So, as we start the story, Lyle the Viking has made all kinds of crafts, but he made potholders, but after their raiding tonight, Lyle gives the things back to the monks. But Sven & Otar discovered what Lyle has been doing, so that Sven and Otar attempted to confront Lyle not to do that but Lyle confronted them back. So, Sven and Otar decided to keep his things as a little secret so that the ruler won't know what Lyle is up too., But one day, Sven, Otar & the Vikings are going to raid the monks again but Sven & Otar will see that the ruler will see with his binoculars what Lyle has been up too? but they're only way, that they attempted to distract the ruler, but, the ruler discovered Lyle what he has been doing. So, the ruler jumped on Lyle's small boat, and ripped the sail, but there was a storm going out, but the Viking's ships have been capsized, so, Lyle called for help for the Monks, but they rescued all of the Vikings in process, but the ruler apologizes Lyle for being so in big trouble, that he didn't know how to Share. So they sang a song, and the story ends.
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Archibald, the Guest host of this episode, has say that's for all! but there was a surprise, she said "Gilbert Jones & Sullivan O'Carey", so Archibald got the wrong musical book, but it was right, but the 2 tiny little peas liked it. Archibald realizes he was tricked. So Archibald chased the tiny little peas in chaos. So, to share our blessings, it ends and the credits roll.
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During his introduction to the Silly Song, the Narrator is interrupted by Archibald, who announces that instead they will have 'Classy Songs with Larry." The song is Larry's High Silk Hat. After the Silly song (or Classy song), we return to Archibald, sitting back in his chair. Archibald talks about the lost musical of Gilbert & Sullivan. Phillipe and Jean-Claude hand the book of the lost musical to Archibald, titled "Lyle the Kindly Viking: A Musical Pop-Up Book".
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In this story, a group of Vikings steals from some Monks, but there was a unusual viking named "Lyle" (Junior Asparagus) As the story begins, Lyle the Viking has made a lot of potholder crafts. The other vikings come back from raiding the monks and give Lyle his share. That night, Lyle sails his little boat over to the monk's island and gives his share back to the monks. But Sven & Otar discovered what Lyle has been doing. Sven and Otar told Lyle not to do that, but Lyle confronted them back. So Sven and Otar decided to keep his secret so that the head Viking won't know what Lyle is up to. One day, Sven, Otar & the Vikings are going to raid the monks again but Sven & Otar see that the head Viking is about to see Lyle giving his share back to the monks. They attempted to distract the head Viking, but, he discovered what Lyle had been doing. So, the head Viking jumped onto Lyle's small boat, and ripped the sail, but there was a storm coming and the Viking's ship capsized. Lyle called for help from the Monks, and they rescued all of the Vikings. The head Viking apologizes Lyle for being so in big trouble, that he didn't know how to Share. They sing a song about sharing, and the story ends.
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Archibald, the Guest host of this episode, has say that's for all! but there was a surprise, he said "Gilbert Jones & Sullivan O'Kelley", so Archibald got the wrong musical book, but it was right, but the 2 tiny little peas liked it. Archibald realizes he was tricked. So Archibald chased the tiny little peas in chaos. So, to share our blessings, it ends and the credits roll.
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==Characters==
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* Bob the Tomato as Ottar
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* Larry the Cucumber as Sven
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* Archibald Asparagus
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* Jean-Claude Pea as Servant
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* Phillipe Pea as Servant
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* Scooter Carrot as Horatio
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* Jimmy Gourd as Harold
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* Mr. Lunt as Bjorn
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* Percy Pea as Young Lad
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* Jerry Gourd as Erik
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* Junior Asparagus as Lyle
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* Art Bigotti (Silly Song Only)
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* Mr. Nezzer as Olaf
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* Sunny
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* Miss Acmetha as debut (Silly Song Only)
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* Apollo Gourd as debut (Silly Song Only)
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* Penelope and Mabel Asparagus
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* Pa Grape as Monk
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* Pea monks debut
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* Qwerty
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==Songs==
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* VeggieTales Theme Song
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* Larry's High Silk Hat
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* We're Vikings
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* What's Up
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* Dear Monks
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* Thank You
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* Not So Fast
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* My Share
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* Look, Olaf!
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* What Do You Think You're Doing?
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* What We Have Learned
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* Closing Medley
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==Gallery==
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</gallery>
 
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Lyle the Kindly Viking

The box art for the DVD

Lyle the Kindly Viking is 15th episode of the VeggieTales animated series. It was released on March 24, 2001. It features two short stories about sharing, one a parody of Shakespeare's Hamlet, the other a parody of a Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera.

Plot Edit

The episode opens with the usual countertop scene; Larry the Cucumber and Bob the Tomato welcoming us to VeggieTales! They tell us that they've gotten a lot of letters with questions about sharing. Archibald Asparagus interrupts Bob to ask if he can host the show, seeing as Jimmy and Jerry got to host one. Larry reminds Bob that the show is about sharing, and Bob grants Archibald's request. Archibald calls to the peas to bring out the set, consisting of a fireplace and an armchair, Archibald also gets a costume change and the lights dim. Archibald tells us that he is going to do an all-veggie staging of Hamlet, but the peas couldn't find it and they give him the script to Omlet. Not wanting to have Bob help him, he reluctantly announces "Shakespeare's classic: Omlet."

The curtain opens on "Horatio's Egg Cafe" where Horatio (Scooter) is holding an egg carton. The peas enter, and announce that Prince Omlet wants his daily eggs, cooked light and fluffy. Horatio asks of the peas, "Doth not the Prince know that these are the last eggs in the entire kingdom?" The peas dismiss this remark. Horatio then asks if the Prince would share his eggs with the starving people, but the peas again dismiss his question. Horatio leaves to cook the eggs and the curtain closes. The curtain opens in the castle where Prince Omlet is lamenting his helplessness to help his starving people. Horatio enters with the eggs cooked light and fluffy, telling the Prince that these are the last eggs in the kingdom. Mr. Lunt enters (reluctantly) as Ophelia. (S)He berates Omlet for feasting on eggs, cooked light and fluffy, while the people are starving and beeseches him to share his eggs. Omlet asks why, Ophelia replies with "Simply this, God says he likes it when we share our blessings." and exits. Omlet comtemplates weather or not to share. The set changes again, to outside the castle, where a pea is playing battleship. The Prince asks if the pea is going to keep playing by himself and the pea asks if the Prince would like to share his game. As they are playing, the pea sees the Prince's eggs and asks if he can have a bite. After a moment of indesicion, Omlet says that he may. After the pea takes a bite, Omlet realizes that he shared, and that it felt good to share. Omlet then announces to everyone that he will share the eggs, because God likes it when we share our blessings. Horatio points out that there aren't enough eggs for everyone, but they discover that Jerry had thought the eggs were ping-pong balls, and he had plenty of them. Horatio then proposed that they name the light and fluffy cooked eggs after their Prince, and call them "the omlet". The segment ends with Larry and Junior in the audience looking very confused, Junior asks if Larry understood any of the play and Larry responds: "Not a word."

During his introduction to the Silly Song, the Narrator is interrupted by Archibald, who announces that instead they will have 'Classy Songs with Larry." The song is Larry's High Silk Hat. After the Silly song (or Classy song), we return to Archibald, sitting back in his chair. Archibald talks about the lost musical of Gilbert & Sullivan. Phillipe and Jean-Claude hand the book of the lost musical to Archibald, titled "Lyle the Kindly Viking: A Musical Pop-Up Book".

In this story, a group of Vikings steals from some Monks, but there was a unusual viking named "Lyle" (Junior Asparagus) As the story begins, Lyle the Viking has made a lot of potholder crafts. The other vikings come back from raiding the monks and give Lyle his share. That night, Lyle sails his little boat over to the monk's island and gives his share back to the monks. But Sven & Otar discovered what Lyle has been doing. Sven and Otar told Lyle not to do that, but Lyle confronted them back. So Sven and Otar decided to keep his secret so that the head Viking won't know what Lyle is up to. One day, Sven, Otar & the Vikings are going to raid the monks again but Sven & Otar see that the head Viking is about to see Lyle giving his share back to the monks. They attempted to distract the head Viking, but, he discovered what Lyle had been doing. So, the head Viking jumped onto Lyle's small boat, and ripped the sail, but there was a storm coming and the Viking's ship capsized. Lyle called for help from the Monks, and they rescued all of the Vikings. The head Viking apologizes Lyle for being so in big trouble, that he didn't know how to Share. They sing a song about sharing, and the story ends.

Archibald, the Guest host of this episode, has say that's for all! but there was a surprise, he said "Gilbert Jones & Sullivan O'Kelley", so Archibald got the wrong musical book, but it was right, but the 2 tiny little peas liked it. Archibald realizes he was tricked. So Archibald chased the tiny little peas in chaos. So, to share our blessings, it ends and the credits roll.

CharactersEdit

  • Bob the Tomato as Ottar
  • Larry the Cucumber as Sven
  • Archibald Asparagus
  • Jean-Claude Pea as Servant
  • Phillipe Pea as Servant
  • Scooter Carrot as Horatio
  • Jimmy Gourd as Harold
  • Mr. Lunt as Bjorn
  • Percy Pea as Young Lad
  • Jerry Gourd as Erik
  • Junior Asparagus as Lyle
  • Art Bigotti (Silly Song Only)
  • Mr. Nezzer as Olaf
  • Sunny
  • Miss Acmetha as debut (Silly Song Only)
  • Apollo Gourd as debut (Silly Song Only)
  • Penelope and Mabel Asparagus
  • Pa Grape as Monk
  • Pea monks debut
  • Qwerty

SongsEdit

  • VeggieTales Theme Song
  • Larry's High Silk Hat
  • We're Vikings
  • What's Up
  • Dear Monks
  • Thank You
  • Not So Fast
  • My Share
  • Look, Olaf!
  • What Do You Think You're Doing?
  • What We Have Learned
  • Closing Medley

GalleryEdit

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