It was the biggest football game of his life and Stewart (Larry the Cucumber) had a chance to win it all. Injured in one bad play, his hopes of playing in the Salad Bowl - and living a life of fame and fortune - are dashed forever. Years later, silly-but-sweet Stewart loves his family, friends and job at the toy train factory, but still wonders "what if" things had been different.
When he meets a mysterious train conductor who can turn back time, Stewart gets a chance to have the life he always wanted. Will he finally find all he's been looking for? And what does this mean for those he loves most? Find out in this story of wonder and a lesson in being content.
What did I think?
It’s a Meaningful Life, is a wonderful episode of the famed Christian TV series, VeggieTales.
For starters, the episode was visually engaging with the animators having done a wonderful job. The little town of Rockwell is a real cute place that kids are sure to relate to and like.
Stewart (Larry the Cucumber), is having doubts about if he is doing well enough for his family by living and working in his small town. The journey he goes on is an exciting and creative one; in which he makes some realizations that are helpful for people of all ages.
I’m very impressed by the creator’s clean sense of humor. The children won’t get all of the humor, but the adults will get a good chuckle out of it.
The story will hit everybody in a different way, but there are lessons to learn for both kids and adults. I’d highly recommend you watch this episode.
You can watch the trailer on Youtube.
You can buy It’s a Meaninful Life, on VeggieTales’ website.
Through hilarious storytelling, silly songs and lovable characters, VeggieTales presents meaningful lessons with faith-based values - like forgiveness, honesty and thankfulness - that are easy for kids to understand and that help guide them in their day-to-day lives.