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Cucumber For Christ: The Mike Nawrocki Interview

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Editor-in-chief Kyle Mann and creative director Ethan Nicolle talk to Larry the Cucumber voice and VeggieTales co-creator and Mike Nawrocki! Mike is a director, producer, writer, voice actor, animator, musician, puppeteer, and assistant professor of Film and Animation at Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN. Kyle, Ethan, and Mike give you the Babylon Bee exclusive behind-the-scenes look into the world of VeggieTales!

Mike is also the author of a series of children’s books called The Dead Sea Squirrels—out now!

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Topics Discussed

  • How the original VeggieTales became a huge sensation

  • How Ethan ruined VeggieTales with In The House

  • Kyle and Ethan give Mike free creative advise and character ideas

  • Mike's new books The Dead Sea Squirrels

Subscriber Portion (Begins at 00:42:37)

  • Does he have any thoughts on Phil Vischer’s comments where he regrets aspects of VeggieTales?

  • Bacon Bill and MeatyTales

  • We get Larry the Cucumber to read some Bible verses you've never heard him read before!

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