At the countertop, hosted by Bob and Larry who receive a message from a child from Minot, North Dakota asking how to get friends. After Larry insults South Dakota with a series of puns (stating its inferiority to North Dakota).
"Asparagus of La Mancha" starts with Knight Don Quixote facing three Peas in a surrealist world made of cooking utensils and foods. Then he wakes up. It was a dream. He and his best friend Poncho work in a Spanish restaurant of Cafe LaMancha. However, Jean Claude comes in to inform the duo of a new restaurant opening across the street called The Food Factory, the most successful restaurant in the world. With their customers abandoning them, Don is sure they will go out of businesses.
After losing another game of Spanish checkers to Poncho, Don goes back to sleep. He assumes his latest dream has informed him to try different themes to win back their customers. This fails, and shortly after, the Food Factory manager offers Poncho a job at the Food Factory. Poncho refuses.
Don's next dream suggests that he takes on the Food Factory. Don does so and gets arrested. While there, Poncho learns that Don's addiction to his super-spicy salsa is causing the bad dreams. He weans Don off the salsa, much to Don's disappointment. The next morning, Don claims he slept well. Sheriff Bob claims he'll let Don go if he quits the salsa. Poncho has an idea to open their restaurant for breakfast, as the Food Factory doesn't open until lunchtime.
In the Silly Song, Larry's ball ends up in a fenced community. Three singing neighbors from the Gated Community sing a fancy song about their community, seemingly oblivious to Larry's presence or at least disregarding it. At the end, Larry finally receives his ball and thanks them.
"Sheerluck Holmes" opens up to Sheerluck and Watson entering Doylie's ice cream parlor, claiming they have "The Howling Dogs of Baker Street" case wrapped up. Sheerluck takes all the credit, upsetting Watson. After leaving, Scooter informs the duo of a plot to steal the Golden Ruler, the kingdom's most valuable treasure.
At the palace, they meet up with the Prime Minister and Fish and Chips, who want to solve the case themselves.
Back at Doylie's, Watson finally cracks and leaves, saying to Sheerluck, "When you want to treat me like a friend, come talk to me."
The very next morning, at Sheerluck's apartment, Scooter informs him that the Golden Ruler has been stolen, Char woman realizes that someones' golden hula is swollen, Cabby realized the goat & jeweler are out strolling, Sheerluck say something about Samoans, Char woman says about coats and stools are go bowling and Cabby talks about folding scooters had been rolling? and Scooter groans by it "The...Golden...Ruler...Has...Been...Stolen!" and the three started "Oh!". He arrives at Watson's apartment, only to be battered by Watson's maids.
Back at the palace, Sheerluck is clueless without Watson. He finally realizes the Golden Rule, after which Watson appears; he has been disguised as one of the palace guards. In a CSI-type method, he explains that the thief is a palace guard who is a French spy imposter. The guard is arrested, and Sheerluck and Watson celebrate at Doylie's.
Back at the countertop, Larry apologizes for insulting South Dakota and receives a musical message from South Dakota which shows their/its acceptance for his apology. Following this, Bob and Larry finish (except Larry is Larryboy in the second half of the conclusion and he is getting ready for "Larryboy & The Bad Apple") and the show ends with the credits rolled.
In addition to the ubiquitous "VeggieTales Theme" and "What We Have Learned," this episode contains the following songs:
Behind the Scenes – Sheerluck & the Super Sleuth – Studio Commentary – Bob & Larry's Playhouse – Veggie Commentary – Art Gallery – Video Trivia – Sing Along – Interactive Storybook – Mystery Adventure Game – Watson's Family Activity – Bean Dip of Lamancha – How to Draw – Easter Eggs – Previews for LarryBoy and the Bad Apple and Gideon: A Lesson In Trusting God – DVD-ROM Fun!