Friday, March 9th -6:30 PM ET/PT -229A - Doodle Dimension: SpongeBob and Patrick become trapped in an alternate dimension where anything they draw comes to life.
Source: Zap2it. Doodlebob will make a grand re-entrance after over 16 years. Hopefully an honorable sequel.
This might be the only segment on this particular Friday, but I think we can reasonably predict March 16th/23rd/30th to also have episodes since Nick paired this with Loud House for a new Friday block. Sanitation Insanity, Bunny Hunt, and Move Your Bubble Bass could follow.
There's been a rumor going around that SpongeBob will be canceling on March 1st. This is not true!
The official SpongeBob SquarePants Facebook page posted this:
But of course, I don't think that anyone on SBC actually believed it in the first place. This is more or less a PSA for anyone who did.
Two episodes are surprisingly airing in December, which are the last episodes of 2017:
December 2nd, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 212A - The Incredible Shrinking Sponge: SpongeBob must figure out how to do his job after accidentally shrinking himself.
December 2nd, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 225B - Pat the Horse: Patrick wants to be a horse.
"The Incredible Shrinking Sponge" is the last Season 10 episode to air. It already aired in Israel back in July.
The "You Bring the Color" premiere week (Nov 6th-10th) episodes have been revealed, with plots:
November 6th, 2017 - 7:00pm ET/PT - 221A - No Pictures, Please: Patrick leads an enthusiastic stranger on a tour of his favorite places in Bikini Bottom.
November 6th, 2017 - 7:15pm ET/PT - 221B - Stuck on the Roof: SpongeBob is afraid to get off the roof of the Krusty Krab, but he won't let that stop him from living his life!
November 7th, 2017 - 7:00pm ET/PT - 218B - There's a Sponge in My Soup: Mr. Krabs' new krabby soup is a hit, until some heat-loving hippies move into the soup vat.
November 8th, 2017 - 7:00pm ET/PT - 225A - Cuddle E. Hugs: SpongeBob's new friend is a giant, fluffy hamster, but no one else is able to see him.
November 9th, 2017 - 7:00pm ET/PT - 224B - ScavengerPants: Squidward sends SpongeBob and Patrick on an increasingly difficult scavenger hunt to get them out of his hair.
November 10th, 2017 - 7:00pm ET/PT - 224A - Squid Noir: When Squidward's clarinet disappears, he has to become a hard-boiled detective to track it down.
Moar new episodes, with some terrifying episodes in time for Halloween:
October 7th, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 215A - Feral Friends: A weird moon turns everyone in the city into wild animals, and Sandy is the only one who can save them.
October 7th, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 215B - Don't Wake Patrick: Patrick sleepwalks and SpongeBob can't wake him up.
October 13th, 2017 - 7:00pm ET/PT - 220 - The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom: It's Halloween in Bikini Bottom, and the Flying Dutchman is going to make sure everyone's scared - including SpongeBob. (Stop-Motion Halloween Special)
October 21st, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 222A - Krabby Patty Creature Feature: A new secret krabby patty formula has disastrous results for Bikini Bottom, and only SpongeBob can save the day.
October 21st, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 222B - Teacher's Pests: Mr. Krabs and Plankton have to take boating school classes.
"Feral Friends" and "Don't Wake Patrick" are from Season 10, which have already aired in Israel. "The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom" is a half-hour special from Season 11, and the second stop-motion episode in the series by Screen Novelties.
There may or may not be more episodes. Will update this if we get more info.
September 23rd, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 216A - Cave Dwelling Sponge: When a prehistoric sponge is unfrozen, he causes chaos all over town and only SpongeBob can communicate with him
September 23rd, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 216B - The Clam Whisperer: When a flock of clams descend on Bikini Bottom, SpongeBob has to get them out before they ruin the whole town.
September 30th, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 219B - Man Ray Returns: When Man Ray rents Squidward's house for the weekend, SpongeBob and Patrick must stop his evil vacation
September 30th, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 219A - Larry the Floor Manager: Mr. Krabs takes a vacation and makes Larry the Lobster the temporary manager of the Krusty Krab.
At long last, it's finally coming out October 10th, 2017.
Get ready for endless hours of nautical nonsense with the complete 9th season of SpongeBob SquarePants! Soak up over 20 tales and three double-length episodes, including the latest food craze to sweep Bikini Bottom, SpongeBob's search for a new job, and a mysterious goo bubble battle! Plus, teach Squidward the art of kah-rah-tay and shake things up with SpongeBob at Bikini Bottom's milkshake academy!
Then, witness the wedding of the century as Mr. Krabs joins in krabby matri-money with the one thing he loves most - cold hard cash! Dive in for more under-the-sea shenanigans in 5 bonus Krabby Patty Shorts. This 4-disc set is packed to the gills with F.U.N. and is guaranteed to bring you a tidal wave of laughs!
July 16th, 2017 - 7:30pm ET/PT - 218A - Spin the Bottle: Plankton poses as a wish-granting genie in his latest scheme to get the secret formula.
July 16th, 2017 - 7:45pm ET/PT - 212B - Sportz?: Squidward invents a new sport to get back at SpongeBob and Patrick for annoying him.
These two episodes will air right before the Kids' Choice Sports Awards. Spin the Bottle will be a Season 11 episode, so they are doing a S10/S11 hybrid airing.
June 3rd, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 206A - Unreal Estate: When SpongeBob thinks he is allergic to his pineapple, Squidward offers to help find him a new home
June 3rd, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 206B - Code Yellow: Squidward is getting a nose job at the local hospital, and SpongeBob tags along as moral support.
June 10th, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 213A - The Getaway: When SpongeBob mistakes an escaped convict for his driving instructor, it’s the new teacher who learns a lesson.
June 10th, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 213B - Lost and Found: Mr. Krabs sends SpongeBob in search of a missing toy, and SpongeBob finds himself lost in the lost-and-found.
June 17th, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 214A - Patrick's Coupon: Patrick has a coupon for free ice cream, but if he wants to use it, he has to enter the store.
June 17th, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 214B - Out of the Picture: Mr. Krabs buys Squidward's art, but he has to get the artist out of the picture to make profit.
June 24th, 2017 - 10:00am ET/PT - 217A - Spot Returns (Season 11 Premiere): When his pet amoeba Spot produces offspring, Plankton wants to use them for one of his evil plans.
June 24th, 2017 - 10:15am ET/PT - 217B - The Checkup: Mr. Krabs is too afraid of his medical examination, but if he fails it, the Krusty Krab will get closed.
The June 3rd episodes have already aired in Israel. Will update this when more info comes, if there are any more new episodes this June that is.
EDIT: Spot Returns will be the first Season 11 episode.
"Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"
Written by: Tom Martin, George Meyer, Brian Scully, Mike Scully
First aired: January 31st, 1999
Synopsis: When Homer meets a travel agent named Wally Kogen (voiced by Fred Willard), him and Homer make a trip to the Super Bowl in Florida with several of Springfield's residents, only to find out that when they get there, Kogen's tickets are counterfeit, and they try to break into the game. Meanwhile, Lisa and Marge try to find the missing parts of "Vincent Price's Egg Magic"
I'll cut to the chase. This episode's plot is a fucking mess. The B plot literally gets zero resolution which is a gigantic problem, and the A plot gets a very poor fourth wall joke as it's ending, which just feels lazy. However, there are some positives in this episode. I'd be lying if I said I didn't like the idea of Homer taking a giant group to an event like the Super Bowl (this episode also aired on Super Bowl Sunday in 1999), and there's some good jokes with the character chemistry. It's very much like Viva Ned Flanders in the way that the banter, although there's way more in Viva Ned Flanders, is pretty entertaining, and the plot is generally paced alright, but fails in one way and that it has a very poor conclusion. There's some good jokes with these characters, the joke about the portable church outside of the Super Bowl to be my favorite when Ned Flanders tells Kogen it's Sunday and he hasn't been to church. The jail scene is kind of funny, the Bill Clinton segment is also a little funny, and you know that's mostly it. The A plot is just kind of mildly entertaining to entertaining. However, there is one thing that is nice about this episode and that is while this episode is loaded with celebrities, for the most part they're treated like the celebrities in the Simpsons past with exaggerated traits and personalities, which is nice to see after When You Dish Upon A Star, but it still feels just gimmicky and nothing more. The stuff with them is just okay. Anyway, let's talk about this "B plot", if we can even talk about it. This B plot is complete garbage. It isn't even resolved, like holy shit. They use the kit, can't find the leg part, Marge calls Vincent Price in a really unfunny joke that gets uncomfortable past, says he'll deliver the parts even though he's dead of course, and it just.... goes away. It's just weird because it's structured like it's going to be the episode's B plot, and it just feels out of place and because there's no solution, makes the episode seem rushed. The joke about the oversexualized Super Bowl commercial from their last appearance in the episode is probably the most memorable joke from the episode besides the portable church joke, but that's really it. This episode has some major problems, and this episode just deserves a 5/10. This episode's got some alright jokes, but it's got a lot of flaws and is just the epitome of middle of the road Simpsons. It's like drinking an offbrand soda from your supermarket that's extremely obviously supposed to be Dr. Pepper, Coke, what have you. It's still good, but it lacks the taste of what it's based off of and leaves you never wanting to come back because the better stuff is just as easy to get to.
I'm not done quite yet, there's some stuff to note about this episode. For some reason, Song 2 by Blur plays for like 10 seconds in the episode and just.... goes away and it feels out of place and just weird. Maybe Song 2 was performed at the Super Bowl that year, I don't know, but it feels out of placed watching this episode about 20 years later. Song 2 is awesome, but yeah, out of place. Also, this episode had some of the highest ratings of the season because not was it aired after the Super Bowl, but the premiere of Family Guy.
Anyway, this episode pissed off the Catholic League AGAIN! In arguably the episode's most memorable joke, Lisa and Marge are watching an oversexualized Super Bowl commercial for the Catholic Church, that says "The Catholic Church: We've made a few... changes." Obviously the scene was one giant parody of oversexualized 80's glam metal band music videos and the more risque Super Bowl commercials that we see a lot of today, and it's a pretty memorable and funny scene. Anyway, what happened this time was the same president at the time, Bill Donohue, wrote in their newspaper that the Simpsons had "struck again, big time" and wrote to Chavez again about the scene, and encouraged others to. Several angry Catholics wrote to the show's crew, saying stuff like they watched the show until the scene, and according to Scully they even received a lot of letters from kids saying "Don't make fun of my religion." Fox decided to censor the scene, replacing "The Catholic Church" to just "The Church". Scully was furious, and so were a lot of major news sources. Now the episode airs censored, but the uncensored version can be found on the Season 10 DVD. Here's the scene if you want to watch it yourself: