Happy Together! is a special VeggieTales compilations. All feature stories about happiness.
Mr. Lunt is making a Hap-umentray, and he needs Larry's help. But Larry is down because he lost his giant teddy bear Chestnut on a bus, and he feels like he can't be happy anymore after what happened. Lunt suggests Larry to help him out interviewing the kids and he'll probably feel better. They interview the kids about "how do friends make you happy?".
Segment #1: Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler
After interviewing them, Larry still feels down and suggests on asking on what they do if they feel sad. Mr. Lunt didn't want to at first, but decides to do as he didn't want Larry down.
Once it was done, Mr. Lunt tells Larry that no matter what happens, he can still be happy. Larry agrees that he still has good friends and family. Lunt states they can always get another bear, which unfortunately upsets Larry saying he can't buy happiness. Which they decided to ask the kids that question.
Segment #3: Esther... The Girl Who Became Queen
Larry states that regardless if he still has Chestnut and despite his sadness, he knows that everyone still loves him. Just as that happens, Percy shows up with a giant teddy bear, which Larry was grateful for. Percy replied that the bear was still riding in the bus. Mr. Lunt tells him that they still need one more question to ask, which is "what makes them happy?"
- This is the last compilation special to be made in 4:3 to date.
- The angles are reused from Silly Little Thing Called Love.
- Also, like with the former, the continuity of some of scenes are probably out of order when Mr. Lunt was interviewing the kids.
- Scenes from Esther were cut:
- The opening about the sandwich. Also, part of the narrator's dialogue after that scene was moved during the scene moving from the palace to the city.
- Xerxes and Haman's dialogue after Esther's coronation.
- The scenes after Esther asked both Xerxes and Haman about dinner and before Xerxes goes to sleep.
- The part when Xerxes was about to tell Haman "Good night".
- The narrator's dialogue was moved during the day to night transition.
- You can make cell phones casings out of wood.
- The credits listed quite a few things wrong:
- When the girl next to Annie placed her crayon in her mouth, it changes from white to yellow/orange.