Tomorrow (9/23) there will be no veggies on NBC. Did they pull the plug on the show? No, silly, Bob and Larry are being preempted by the Ryder's Cup, which they tell me, has something to do with golf. Since limbless vegetables don't care much for golf, I won't go there. But Bob and Larry will be back next week, and Archibald has another story from his "Big Book of Oddities" to share. Be sure to watch in the coming weeks because Pa Grape and Mr. Lunt are going to join in the fun at Bob's house with some really weird ideas of their own. (If you think Archie's Book of Oddities is odd, wait until you see what Mr. Lunt has up his sleeve.)
There's been a lot of talk about what has or hasn't been edited out of VeggieTales to meet network standards – and it's certainly interesting to figure out what does or doesn't pass muster in the eyes of the big TV networks – but let's focus on one thing… kids are meeting Bob and Larry on network television. And that's really cool.
Yep it is! Man, Phil, you like really scared me that first sentence. Silly me. Can’t wait to see future episodes! (I’m not for golf much, either :p)
Mr. Lunt has sleeves?
Good one, Jasini =)
I have posted the following complaints to the FCC, NBC, and Complaints.com. I am very upset that God is being taken out of Veggie Tales. I can’t believe that you allowed that to happen.
These are copies of the complaints I sent to the FCC and NBC. I would appreciate it if you would post this on your site for all to see.
This is a copy of what I sent to the FCC. Please forward it to the appropriate department since NBC makes it virtually impossible to send in complaints via their site. NBC has DEEPLY offended me. I am no different than the others in this society. You air Islamic, Buddhism, Atheism and many others. Networks have aired the Ten Commandments many times over. Little House on the Prairie was aired and is still being aired on other networks. It was filled with references to God. Did you not see how the people turned out to view “The Passion”? It was not because of the controversy. It was because there are more Christians in society than there are any others. There is a need that we need filled. If you would but turn certain programs toward this area, your viewing audience would flourish and continue to grow. You would gain more viewers than you knew what to do. I am not talking about the stuffy shirt prayer meetings or the pastors delivering a sermon. I am talking about family value shows that have God at the center of them. Not the ones that are out there like the one with the girl that God would show up in different forms to get her to help people. God does not work that way. He may send Angels to help us in what we perceive as human form, but he does not appear before us. As humans we are unable to view God. Moses saw the retreating form of God and Moses’ face shown so brightly he had to wear a veil because the Israelites could not look upon his face. If you would get writers that are true Christians and allow them to write as God directs them you would be the best network in the nation.
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This is a formal COMPLAINT of indecency on broadcast television. My complaint concerns the PROGRAM ON:
Program Name: Veggie Tales
Broadcast Date: Sept 9, 16
Broadcast Time: 10:00am ET
My Affiliate: KOB
Description of Indecency:
The removal of God is indecent. It is a violation of my rights as a Christian. The Christians has taken the abuse society has put upon them because Christ said to turn the other cheek. But Christ also became angry when the money changers were in the temple. I am deeply OFFENDED by your removal of God from the Veggie Tales. Veggie Tales are about God. If you didn’t want God on your network then you shouldn’t have decided to air them. But since you did then I demand that you air them as they truly are. It was your choice to air them. All you have to do is put a disclaimer before the showing stating that the show contains content about God and is not a belief of the network. But you had better be careful about denying God or Jesus will deny you before God on Judgment Day. I will pray for you and the network to make the right decision.
COMPLAINANT RESPECTFULLY REQUESTS THAT THE FCC ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THIS COMPLAINT, AND THAT THE FCC KEEP ME INFORMED OF THE PROGRESS AND RESULTS OF YOUR INVESTIGATION INTO THIS MATTER.
GAH. I so want to watch this in Australia! 🙁
Keep it comin’! Our family owns all the VT videos and/or DVDs to date. Our kids love them and we love that you have provided an entertaining source for them to learn God’s values and teachings. Despite the editing of NBC, I think those values will still come through. Besides, God’s in charge and if He wants a message to get out, it WILL get out.
heh, iw as gonna say “my lunt has sleeves?” but i guess someone already covered me there.
as for golf, i took lessons a little while back at this resort when me and my family were on vacation. didnt really like paying attention to he intructor, he was kinda monatone, felt like being in art history class. but every swing got me on the green in one shot. but then it took like 5-8 swings to get that stupid thing in the hole.
if it werent for the fact that i had to get that liiittle ball in the hole, i’d think golf was a greeeat game….but i dont.
Why would you allow to have Veggie Tales to be edited at all? I don’t understand why you would take the oxygen right out of what should be spiritually uplifting for America’s young ones. Too bad that now it will only be another slick cartoon in the sea of others available to kids on Saturday mornings.
YOU ARE SUCH A SELLOUT!!!!
“Let’s focus on one thing… kids are meeting Bob and Larry on network television. And that’s really cool.”
Meeting Bob and Larry is not why I “liked” the show for my children. Really, come on, that’s pretty earthy.
Don’t forget, God made you special, and he loves you very much.
I just read the Associated Press article via CNN.com. I have some problems with a couple of things that you’ve said regarding the situation with NBC. In the article you were quoted as saying, “`VeggieTales is religious, NBC is not,” he said. “I want to focus people more on `Isn’t it cool that Bob and Larry are on television.”‘ Well, no, it’s not cool if the central nature of Veggie Tales is to talk about God. No offence, but animated vegetables on their own w/o the lessons from God just isn’t that impressive. I feel like this is kind of like Jesus being asked to renounce his soverinty for the chance to become a famous Roman spiritual advisor (without being able to speak of God of course).
I was hoping that the article took your quote out of context, so I googled your site. But I’m disappointed to see your affirmation on this page, “but let’s focus on one thing… kids are meeting Bob and Larry on network television. And that’s really cool.” Again I say, animated CG vegetables sans God just aren’t cool. Yes, kids with no exposure to Biblical values may benefit from watching the edited show, but what about those kids who are already big fans of Veggie Tales? I envision them facing a ‘dis’illusionment tantamount to the moment that they realize that their parents have been lying to them about the good hearted nature of the non-existant nature of Santa.
Stop whining you babies. You lot always play the victim and it’s getting as boring as hell. You got your little cartoon on NBC and not everyone wants to be preached at by a pack of vegetables. That’s the free market you all claim to love so very dearly at work.
I just assumed VT was postponed because today is Rosh HaShanah. Larry is Jewish, isn’t he? Anyway, that’s what I heard.
I have heard that some of your vegetables are gay? Is there any truth to the tomatoe leaning that way?
Were it not for NBC, Veggie Tales would not be on network television. More importantly, objecting to NBC’s editing is silly. NBC is not a religious broadcaster, it focuses on people of all religions. Presenting a Christian message to a national children’s audience is wrong since not all children are Christian. What would be the response if NBC had aired a children’s show that pushed Islam or Mormonism or Scientology? Really, would you be happy if your kid started talking about Xenu and Thetans?
Simple morality tales that teach ethics are more important. If parents want their children educated on their religion, they can do that for themselves and not expect NBC to do that for them.
Bob (Mr.Vischer), why did you agree? Did you try other networks? Maybe PBS? If you did try other medias and found no takers why did you agree to remove God from stories about God? I first placed blame on NBC and then I realized they have never sighned up to teach children about God.
I agree that, even with the editing, Veggie Tales is still probably the most moral and pure program on TV, but what a missed opportunity to to show the world that God is not a God of compromisses.
You’ve been teaching our children for years about right and wrong and standing up for what is right, regardless of the consequences. Christanity is a mokery in the eyes of the world because of compromises such as yours. Where’s the action behind your words?
I’m sure you and Big Idea Productions are being well paid by NBC. I suggest you at least (with your increase in profits)reduce the price of the DVDs with the whole message.
I’ve enjoyed Veggie Tales as much as my kids and have been in awe of your talents but I’ll never be able to view them again without a tainted perspective.
I teach my children that our choices always affect the individual and many of our choices affect others and sometimes the masses. As they get older I will use you as an example of someone who had a choice to please the masses or encourage many who are struggling to have the guts to stand up for Gods stantards. Not to mention making a public thank you to God for blessing your work.
Not many of us have a platform to infulence so many, maybe you’ll have another opportunity to make a difference.
Hey I read the morning paper today and was happy to see an article abou you and about NBC editing Veggietales. I was really happy about it ’cause it would be seen by the many other christians where I live. Plus, it was on the second page, of all places. Usually it would be in the ‘Religion’ section.
I am sorry Phil…in my opinion, you sold out…your comment….”but let’s focus on one thing… kids are meeting Bob and Larry on network television. And that’s really cool”.
No it’s not. Kids should be meeting Veggie Tales in its entirety. I can’t imagine that you wouldn’t have pressed for this from the beginning of negotiations with NBC. You are looking to mainstream this for more sales.
Sorry…again…you sold out!
I’m deeply saddened by the fact that God’s standards have to be edited out simply for viewing pleasure, (in other words, the world’s standards). What does God say about blending His standards with the world’s standards? In James 4:4 :”Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God? whosoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God.”
I am soooooo happy to see Veggies on regular TV. I will actully let my 3yo watch Sat morning cartoons now. Up until now, there hasn’t been anything worth watching on Sat morning. This is great! Looking forward to next week’s show!
Unfortunatly, I’m currently living in Slovakia and we don’t have NBC here so I’m missing out on all the saturday morning fun. But on the other hand, I’m praying that this takes off and the ratings stay high. Wouldn’t it be sweet, if after this season they asked to renew your contract (or however it’s organized with them) and you say, ‘I’m sorry I enjoyed working with you, but didn’t enjoy cutting out what we are all about.’ and then they say, ‘ well, I’ll tell you what, you’re bringing in the ratings so you can edit them however you wish.’ and then they pay you bookooos of money. that would we sweet. Anways, I’m praying that God uses this and He ultimatly is in control and I’m excited, no mater how they want them edited, that Veggie Tales has caught their attention enough to want them. Way to go Phil.
Ridiculously sick using kids television to push destructive mythology. You should all be ashamed.
So kids are meeting Bob and Larry the good-natured newly-atheist vegetables on network TV. Why is that something to celebrate?
Phil, rest assured that as one of your ambassadors in Arlington, Tx, I will work to get the news out in support of Veggie Tales on network TV. I have forwarded on several news articles related to the NBC debacle on to my wife’s cousin, Jerry Johnson. Jerry is President of Criswell College and Criswell Communications, Parent Co. of 90.9 FM KCBI. Jerry might use this topic as a discussion point on his live radio talk show, “Jerry Johnson Live”.
I hope that this will help in your fight to keep the truth in Veggie Tales wherever it airs.
I love VeggieTales, because it is a God centered program. That is why I am looking forward to sharing it with my toddler and new born. The sad part is that if we settle for just a GOOD program (on NBC) instead of a GOD program, then we really are willing to just be like all the rest of the shows in history that have taught kids how to be GOOD (Sesame Street, Mr. Rogers, Care Bears, Barney). Good is not what God requires. I am not judging because I know you are in a tough spot, but I am sad. It would be so cool to have God proclaimed on national TV not just good manners and good conduct.
I, like the last commenter, just read the article on the front page of The Tennesseean about how NBC cut out some of the God references from the ‘toons. I have mixed feelings about this, really. I am glad that Veggie Tales is going to get exposure on television, but at the same time I am irritated that they would cut so much out.
I’ve been a big fan of Veggie Tales for a while now, even though I am 27 years old ( I have a talking Bob and Larry, and I have a Larry bible cover…hehe). Even though they are “watered-down” versions of my favorite veggies, I look forward to watching them on TV, and hope that maybe even though the most important line is left out (“God made you special, and He loves you very much”) watching Veggie Tales will help bring more people to read the Bible, draw more curiosity to God, and convert more people in their Faith.
Keep up the good work on the Veggie Tales stories/cartoons. I’ll be a fan for life! 🙂
How could you let NBC rip the guts out of your wonderfull
It looks like you have sold out.
I will not be watching NBC anymore.
May God Bless you.
man, it’s too bad about cutting all the god out. But do you know what would be cool, a veggie tales podcast.
Yeah, the golf thing preempted the show Saturday, so they put it on Sunday afternoon^_^ At least, they did here.
It was cute! I have to say, Minnesota held up to the edits very well. A couple of the lines were sortta lacking logical motivation: “But WHY do you have to love your enemies? And what does any of this have to do with the Bible?”
But you know… that’s probably a good thing to make people wonder…
And it still mentioned “God”, “the Bible”, and “Sunday School” in a natural, positive, context. Which… hasn’t happened since the 90’s X-Men cartoon, that I know of. So I’d say you guys are doing crackerjack^_^
I haven`t been able to catch any of the shows yet. I`ll have to make sure I watch my favorite cucumber next Saturday! 😉
Yes, we watched it this afternoon. Started it a couple of minutes late, so we missed the opening, just started at the beginning of Minnesota Cuke.
Anything that promotes Veggie Tales and gets new DVD’s in Americas homes is probably a good thing. Now if they release the new edits as the DVD’s we may have to wave signs and get rowdy (but “church-rowdy”).
Do you know who makes the voices in Spanish (Telemundo)?
(At least for Bob and Larry)
Hey Phil! I’ve gotta say, I’m mighty impressed by the whole Veggietales thing!
How I feel for those poor deprived souls that don’t have Dish Network Satellite TV. I’ve set each of the Veggietales and 321-Penguins/Larryboy episodes to digitally record and my whole family’s enjoyed them! I was at first worried when I saw some things cut out, like when “God made you special, and He loves you very much!” was masked over by a lame little “Thanks for comin’ to my house today! See ya next week!” (At least, I think so, based on my veggie lip-reading.) I was also interrupted by the space shuttle Atlantis’ launch.
But wow! The next episodes got better and better! Though they weren’t allowed to start with “Dear God”, I don’t know what else you could construe Jason and Michelle’s prayers as. But Minnesota Cuke? That was awesome! Hearing them talk about God being the one who gave Samson his strength, reading the Bible, just saying God’s name! That was something else for NBC. So I’ll keep watching and post again later!
Hi Phil, I just wish you and the Veggie gang all the best! Keep up the good work!
In Christ’s Love,
Phil, don’t let the words of a few angry Christians stop your ministry. The editing ( as of right now) is a necessary evil in bringing VeggieTales to network TV. The stories and the moral lessons are still intact. They are still relevant in today’s world, for ALL kids.
I pray that the door will open wider for you, as time goes on. That the mandates on editing will change. With God, all things are possible. But until then, keep doing what the Lord has placed on your heart. It is only Him that you need to please.
Not to go to metaphore-land, but this is a foot in the door! This is an opportunity to help kids. I can’t judge the people who radically disapprove of this endeavor, but I am a parent. I know what the other options are for kids to watch on Saturday morning. They stink.
You are in our prayers. We will continue to support your work, for we believe your heart is all about bringing kids to the Kingdom!
While I’m not a fan of editing out God, I do understand where Phil is coming from. Years ago, I had a friend who loved an Amy Grant song she heard on the radio. She bought the album. On the album were songs about God, not just the pop stuff. She got the message. Kids will fall in love with Bob, Larry and the whole gang. They will seek out the books and the videos and the message will finally reach them. I really believe that more kids and their parents will be reached by this than if VeggieTales were not allowed to air at all. Now can we all just take a deep breath and pray that God will bless this ministry? I know that Big Idea has already truly blessed my family! Thank you!
you know, all you people who saaay he sold out, and letting NBC rip the guts out of the show. to my recollection…ITS ONLY THE DAG-GON KITCHEN SCENES!!!!!!
They havent torn apart the stories, hello!!! the main content of anything. those videos are just made up or: kitchen intro + MAIN MEAT STORY NUGGET OF TRUTH BIBLE STORY/LESSON!!!! + saying good bye kitchen scene. The ONLY thing thats gone is kitchen scenes!!
They didnt take out the main story that matters. All of yall are complaining about something you probibly havent even watched yet!!! Have you even watched the saturday morning sections? huh? have you? NO, you havent.
I’m not mad at NBC, nor am i mad at Phil or Mike or anybody there at Big Idea or Jellyfish labs. If you look back into history a bit, not many people knew about the veggies other than a few outside the christian realm and their movie jonah didnt do as well in the theatres as it could have been. check it out! you dont want the veggies to reach just people who already know about God. its need to go everywhere. we need to reach everyone! and just taking out the intros isnt hurting the main story at all. And thats what really matters. now that they have another movie coming out in 2008 this build up of getting everyone to notice what veegietales IS, there movie will be booming and reach a whole lot more families, and touch people and children nomatter what the age.
For all the parts they took out, how about we take out the middle. The main story where all the teaching is, and the knowledge, and JUST play the kitchen scenes that were removed. you know, that aint gonna effect anybody. Wow, so there are some veggies, and then they sing a song, then end. Yeeeeah, that really effected me…not!
And Phil aint stupid, after all that he’s done for everybody with the stories so far. All the veggies eps…up over 20 now and counting…do you really think? Do you honestly think he would just let the ball drop now?
He loves those characters, and the story and everything, he aint gonna make crap just because the kitchen scenes were cut out.
i cant believe any of you. We are supppose to spread God’s word everywhere and to anyone. Reach them no matter what. Do what it takes to reach them and not give up, and now they have that chance. God had a plan, and now its taking place, and yall want to keep veggietales to yourselves!!!???
Dont you see how awesome this is?? How awesome God is?
I love you guys, all of you no matter what you say about how you think Phil is selling out. And I will pray for all of you to see taht light, and come out of your comfort zones to see how great this is. And I love Big Idea and the veggies, and everyone who has given it to me. Good things will come from this, I cant wait.
I’ll talk to you later Phil, HUGS and God bless!
Allah hu akbar! I’ll bet an Islamic TV network would never edit out any religious material. But there aren’t many Islamic networks, are there? Wonder if there’s a connection.
Dear Mr. Vischer:
My children adore Veggie Tales. I am glad that Veggie Tales is on NBC. I think it is great that the door has been opened for possible ecumenical discussion about religion and different schools of religious thought. While this may not be the vision Big Idea has for Veggie Tales, I think our children will benefit from the addition of Veggie Tales to the Saturday morning line up.
I do not think the moral of the stories is lost without the Biblical Verse. I think it demonstrates that we can learn to solve our problems and live in a world in which people have different religious views, without acrimony and hate because our neighbor may not believe as we do.
I hope the Saturday Morning Veggie Tales will allow parents to be able discuss these changes in the storylines with their kids, and thus, allow their kids to form their own thoughts on the matter. Is it not part of a parent’s job to teach their children to think critically, think for themselves?
Thank you Mr. Vischer for bringing the characters to the small screen. I am aware that many people disagree with the decision NBC has made. I hope that the collaboration between Big Idea and NBC continues to grow.
Hi Phil! I am thrilled about VeggieTales’ airing on NBC, and I am one of those who would like to still see VeggieTales aired on NBC.
A segment of my thoughts on the issue, as posted on my blog:
“As a father of a child who likes VeggieTales, I tend to see the opportunity provided by NBC as VeggieTales‘ equivalent of Paul’s being “all things to all people.” VeggieTales can reach out to a whole new market, and the story – the values of the gospel – is still there. Is a watered-down gospel a less effective gospel? I don’t think so. I think I can trust the Holy Spirit to do its job and work in the hearts of the children (and their parents) who watch the show.
As far as I’m concerned, getting the show to air on NBC on Saturday mornings is a victory for Christianity in itself.”
All of my kids have grown up with VTs. My girls, who are now 11 & 13, love to show their friends the new movies BEFORE they hit the stores. This makes them feel special. My 8 year-old son literally learned how to read by removing all the videos from their cases and matching them up correctly, I have to add, when he was only 2 !!! I haven’t let my kids watch any Saturday morning cartoons for as long as I can remember. WE always allowed them to watch as many Christian Videos as they wanted instead. Their prime choice has always been veggietales!
I think it is cool that they now can see their favorites on tv even if they are at a friends house or at grandma’s. (The other shows that come on after VT aren’t that bad as well.) Wouldn’t it be great to see 2 or more solid hours of VT on Saturday mornings!
I agree with those who say this is a blessing and part of God’s greater plan. Afterall, didn’t Phil first say “Sunday Morning Values, Saturday Morning Fun!” That is now happening!!!! We should be excited that others are being drawn to God through the aide of Bob and Larry. We should consider them veggie missionaries! In the book of Matthew, Jesus calls all Christians to be missionaries. Not all missionaries preach first. Most show others Christ through their actions and attitudes toward life in general on a daily basis. That is exactly what VTs do best, in my opinion.
Forever a fan,
I had shared some Silly Songs with a co-worker a few months ago — he loves them and shared them with his kids. When VT showed up on NBC a few weeks ago, I told him, and he and his kids tuned in — and as of this past week he said he’d picked up King George and the Ducky. I know how happy I was when he told me, so I thought maybe you’d appreciate hearing that, too.
I have grown up with Veggie Tales. I am only a little older than them but I still like them. Most teens my age think they are for little kids but I love them! I think it is cool for them to be on T.V., but I wish they still had the memory verses and the stuff about God. I wish the people who run these shows would grow up! The allow the bad stuff but not the good stuff! How dumb is that!?
Why is it that when Christians are offended by network programming we are told to “change the channel” and when non-Christians are confronted with goodness that makes them ashamed of their character they are pampered by not having to risk a channel surf and catch a glimpse of what God would have them be? I know I always feel better when I compare myself to cases of human tragedy than to Mother Teresa. Just remember that God loves you…anyway. Wow, he even loves me.
Mr. Vischer, thank you for speaking the truth. Rock on!
NBC editing Veggitales is not a suprise to GOD who holds the whole world in his hands he knows that they were going to do this. God will not be mocked!
I can see it now: when these “offended” few buy the unedited Veggie Tales for their kids-how are they going to expain to their kids they are able to watch the TV show but not their purchased movie.
Mark God’s word! GOD will not be mocked!
Phil, thanks for reiterating the whole story in your new post. (I couldn’t reply to that one for some reason.) As a VT Mom, everyone expects me to be the local VeggieTales expert. I find myself explaining the NBC thing almost as much as you do! Rest assured, I’ve sent many people to this site to get the whole picture–there are many versions out there, as you know.
I love the way you write, even when you are just explaining a corporate meeting. You’re one of the good guys. Thanks for your continuing contract work with BI and your new work with Jellyfish. Great things are coming.
Okay. I am tired of reading the “sold-out” comments. There is an angle that seems to be missed. VeggieTales on NBC is a seed planting. It is being planted into some homes where there are no moral teachings other than that child being baby sat on Saturday mornings by a tv. Then a few days go by, and you have to make the trip to Wal-Mart for toilet paper and the child sees the Veggietales dvd sitting on the shelf and starts begging for it. The parent, not knowing any better and seeing a more convenient babysitter, as the dvd can be played at anytime, buys the God filled, Bible teaching dvd and guess what, the Word of God has now entered that home. The children now are being taught morals and the Word. You do not win souls to the Lord by first teaching the wrath of God, you win souls by spreading his love, joy and peace. (By teaching the morals that Jesus lived by.) It all starts as a seed being planted and God will do the rest. We are all called to be fishers of men, not fish cleaners. Quit trying to clean up NBC and focus on the good that will come of this.
My husband and I were greatly saddened by Bob losing the last line of the show and we have grieved and even tossed up not letting our daughter watch VT on NBC, but why? She is still being molded into a Christian warrior and we know what we need to do at home to finish up where NBC is leaving off, don’t rely on tv to teach your children, we are made the stewards of their lives, not tv!
i would rather my kids watch your VT in their “edited” state than some of the other options that are out there on Sat.morning.
KUdos to #49 – andrea nailed it on the head.
BE ENCOURAGED PHIL!
Prayin’ for you, Phil.
And for you grouchy people out there, remember Romans 8:28, and think about what you would have done had you been in Phil’s shoes. Also, remember, you don’t know all that Phil’s been through, and all that Phil knows. You could be missing something. “Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.”
I’ve always been a big fan of VeggieTales, and I will be for the forseeable future.
I think some of these people are being really harsh, do they not realize that God opens doors for a reason?? We can’t possibly forsee His plan in all of this. It is not up to us to question your judgement in what you feel God is leading you to do — Only ‘Phil’ knows where God is leading ‘Phil’. We are called to go where He leads us — not to please people. When we are obedient God blesses us more than we could imagine — especially as we watch it all unfold and stand in awe of what He has done!
I agree with Carol, Brenda, Andrea, etc. when kids find something they like, they want more (believe me, I know) and when they get the videos they will get the full message. I do also appreciate a show that reflects positive values. They learn from what they see exampled by their role models — which is why it is so important for us to surround them with positive ones!!! It is our job to teach them why these values are so important and Who the original author is. 🙂
Mr. Lunt has sleeves? 😉