One of the things I love about the Veggie Tales stories (aside from the fact that they've taken a cue from Disney and Pixar and made them just as enjoyable for adults as kids) is that the creators seem to like all the same things I like. Any child of the 1980s grew up loving Indiana Jones, and has had to endure countless poor imitations, as well as some good ones (ie, Romancing the Stone). Here we have a parody, of sorts, which hits all of the right notes. Fans of the original film will appreciate touches such as the female lead running a malt shop (rather than a bar), the search for an "iconic" religious artifact (Samson's Hair Brush, which is slightly less famous than the Lost Ark, or the Holy Grail), and lines cribbed from the film ("Didn't you ever go to Sunday School?"). They'll also appreciate the snappy 1940's dialogue (Cuke: "I'm looking for a clue" / Julia: "You don't seem like the clueless type."). It is a fast-paced caper, which, as always, has a moral at its centre - in this case, how to deal with bullies. For non-Christians, the religious underpinnings are easier to take too, because Indiana Jones never shied away from the source of the relics' interest either.
Aside from the main story, there is also a story about Jr. Asparagus (who, personally I find, as a character, a little too annoyingly earnest - much like Kermit's nephew, Robin, in the Muppets). And the instant classic silly song: "Pizza Angel".
If you're watching with your kids (which I assume you are), the rewatchability factor is very important. I'm glad to state that there is a lot here to enjoy over and over again. Minnesota Cuke is one Veggie Tales' best!