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  1. WEEEEEEELCOME TO THE SBC'S TOP 30 WORST EPISODES COUNTDOWN!!!! First of all thank you all for submitting your lists! So your professor Carotte ended up with 21 lists (see list of participants in spoilers below)...so one less than 2021 (a few late students could have made it higher smh...jk jk it's cool! you still pass!. We shortened this to 30 episodes instead of 50 to make it easier for you guys, especially people who can't just choose their worst episodes because they don't hate as much stuff anymore (and it's understandable) Also, we did some small changes to the point system: the #1 gets 25 points and not 15, so #2 gets 24 and so on until #15 which is worth 11 points so that each ep has a fair amount of points. So yeah, let's get moving!!! List of participants: alright let's start this fr, ready? SBC's Top 30 Worst Episodes Ever (25th Anniversary Edition) 30. "WHY ARE YOU STILL ALIVE???" Demolition Doofus - 57 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #10, @Bob Carotte) (-13) Season: 8 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Marc Ceccarelli, Derek Iversen Plot: Mrs. Puff finally finds a use for SpongeBob's reckless driving and enters him in the Demolition Derby. Sooooo we begin the countdown with Demolition Doofus, one of THESE episodes I always hated ever since it was new. DD dropped 13 places compared to 2021, which is kind of a surprise to me but at the same time I get how forgettable it can be. This episode is pretty much known for Mrs. Puff being unusually aggressive to SpongeBob. I get SpongeBob failed his boating test like 3472 times but despite this Mrs. Puff always shows some support to him and tries to help him. Here she doesn't even do any positive act and even tries to kill him by sending him to the derby to crash with these tough guys. I really hate how out of character Mrs. Puff is in seasons 6-9a, she isn't supposed to hate SpongeBob but this episode in particular pisses me off because she goes way too far. It's a shame because this episode had a nice concept, but it was ruined by her. I should add that in the end, Mrs. Puff can inflate again without explanation after another crash and it's done, finished...it doesn't even make sense. 29. Jellyfishin'? What kinda tomfoolery is jellyfishin'? Trenchbillies - 60 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #4, @WinterArcanine) (-4) Season: 7 Writers: Aaron Springer, Richard Pursel Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick find themselves held prisoner by a backward gang of hillbillies. this one should have made it to the top 1 for being the gayest episode of the show smh ...right, this is a serious post Ah yes, one of the episodes from the failed Legends of Bikini Bottom special. Trenchbillies dropped 4 places which is not a big deal but it still would make a bottom 30. I almost included it on my list but decided not to. This episode is such a borefest that it's more effective than sleep medication. All SpongeBob and Patrick do is doing various activities with the rock bottom rednecks with no plot in sight, it's just all over the place. I should add that the trenchbillies designs are so unappealing and hard to look at.
    8 points
  2. 4. Excuse me, large lady. I'm a widdle girl who's misplaced herself. Can you help find me? I'm pwetty! The Nitwitting - 237 points 13 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @WhoBibbles @So Sejima) (+7) Season: 12 Writer: Kaz Plot: Patrick inducts SpongeBob into his prestigious society of dullards and doofuses. Another post-sequel episode that is at the very bottom, also written by Kaz (it's his seasonal infamous episode in season 12). It wasn't even in the bottom 10 in 2021 and now it's 7 places higher at #4. Anyways, I always knew this episode was gonna suck ever since I read the plot. I don't want to see another episode about dumbing down characters because it will never work. I'd say this is the episode that compiles ALL of post-sequel's flaws and the argument from SB twitter "post-sequel is too exaggerated and there is no plot" is valid. This episode is just basically the nitwit club having literally a brainless behaviour and doing stupid activities which is very boring and cringe. Just like Ink Lemonade, it has a lot of gross-out that is too uncomfortable to watch. It feels more like a Canadian cartoon more than SpongeBob. It's such a mess of an episode that goes all over the place. 3. Well, I hate the smell of burning Krabby Patties even more. SpongeBob You're Fired - 269 points 12 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @SquiddyFace @WhoBibbles @dmandagiraffe) (-2) Season: 9 Writers: Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier, Doug Lawrence Plot: Mr. Krabs fires SpongeBob to save a nickel, so SpongeBob must find work at other restaurants. And here we are, SBYF lost its #1 spot this year and now it's down to #3. From all the specials in the show, this is absolutely the worst one. I hate it even more after hearing the history behind it: you guessed it, it was mandated by Nick. So they make Mr. Krabs fire SpongeBob in the dumbest way possible (he never deserves to be fired so what's the point?) to save a fucking nickel. Then SpongeBob proceeds to cry for 2 whole minutes and make it as annoying as possible. After boring minutes of SpongeBob being miserable unemployed (and Patrick not helping with the fun-employment thing) he looks for new jobs and gets fired everytime because he can only make Krabby Patties, isn't that funny??? It just feels really forced as you can tell Nick made the crew write this mess...it's the most pointless special you'll ever see knowing SpongeBob is always a hard worker so why have a reason to fire him? It can work as a little joke in an episode but not as a 22-minute special!!!
    6 points
  3. 6. Sigh, remember the day Sandy and I got maaarrrrriiiiiiiied? Truth or Square - 199 points 9 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @Less_SpongeBob @Honest Slug) (-1) Season: 6 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Steven Banks, Paul Tibbitt Plot: During a Krusty Krab anniversary celebration, SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, and Mr. Krabs accidentally get locked in the freezer. The first of my many complains about TOS is...why did this even need to be TV movie if you're going to add extremely boring Patchy segments for about half the episode??? Good thing there is a 22-minute version that skips the Patchy segments (and the episode doesn't change at all) but the SpongeBob segments are not any better. Most of the flashbacks by themselves are not bad but the episode itself is just filler, filler and more filler...they are just sitting there in the vents and there is a flashback every 10 minutes which is surrounded by unnecessary or stupid scenes. This episode is also soooo lazy with reused animation (exact same footage of Plankton falling in the vents 3 times) and voice recordings (OWIE OW OW). Speaking of Plankton why the fuck is he even there? He contributes nothing and could easily be removed from this episode and not change a thing. This doesn't even feel like a special at all, just filler dragged out for 50 whole minutes. Also, what does eleventy-seventy even mean??? Couldn't they have used an existing number??? 5. Source? We love the source! Ink Lemonade - 217 points 12 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @OWM) (-1) Season: 11 Writer: Kaz Plot: Patrick's lemonade stand is unsuccessful until he gets a secret ingredient from Squidward. Ah yes, the first post-sequel episode on this bottom list and it's pretty low at #5. During this good era I was surprised to see such a horrible episode, I couldn't believe it at first. I remember when we used to joke about Time of the Month but the actual thing killed the meme for me. Only thing I can praise about this episode is the top notch animation but the rest is just uncomfortable to watch. Why did they come up with the idea of Squidward's ink being an ingredient for lemonade? And most importantly, why is this episode so uncharacteristically gross? Did we really need to see Patrick's internal organs or spiders coming out of Squidward's mouth? I don't like to use the term "Squidward torture" unironically but here it's unfortunately nearly true. We have a 2 minute sequence of Patrick scaring Squidward to death for the sole purpose of getting his ink. I get some people find enjoyment out of it but this is just not for me.
    6 points
  4. 8. Two words, SpongeBob... "na" "chos" Smoothe Jazz at Bikini Bottom - 185 points 11 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #5, @CakeCup @dmandagiraffe @Coffee_lover) (+2) Season: 8 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Richard Pursel Plot: SpongeBob and Squidward attend Kelpy G's concert. I'm kinda surprised this episode made the bottom 10 (and even jumped 2 places) even when I took Smoothe out of my bottom 15. Like many episodes on this list, I hate it but not enough to warrant a bottom 15. However, this is one of the worst examples of wasted potential because SpongeBob and Squidward attending a concert together was a cool idea but the final product is such a mess. Tbh the first half isn't that bad but I'd say it's still boring. The 2nd half, or to be exact, when Patrick appeared is when it all went more downhill than it was. What was the point of him popping up there if he doesn't even care about Kelpy G, just nachos? Of course, he has to eat SpongeBob and Squidward's backstage passes because hahahaha it's funny!!! laugh!!! Then Squidward gets all the bad luck in the world as he loses his seat and gets kicked out of the concert. I wish this episode ended better for Squidward like him playing his clarinet on stage with Kelpy G or something. 7. This town is getting too rough for me. Pet or Pests - 188 points 10 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @CakeCup) (-1) Season: 6 Writers: Aaron Springer, Richard Pursel Plot: SpongeBob adopts a stray worm who gives birth to worm babies overnight. This episode used to be my worst episode for the longest time but it's still the #1 ugliest episode in the entire show. The animation AND writing were at their absolute low here. I haven't complained about the animation itself in my past reviews because most of s6-9a doesn't look good and I would repeat myself so I bring this complain to this ep that represents more the ugliness than everything. The combination of ugly animation and gross-out is the last thing I want not only in SpongeBob but also for any other shows. How can you make baby worms that ugly? Why is there a puking worms running gag? Of course, the writing has countless flaws like slow dialogue, Larry not knowing (or pretending not to know which would be very rude from him) SpongeBob and wanting to eat the worms, the dreaded doorbell gag that goes on for literally 30 seconds, the lame "old country" joke, and too many to count. This episode was made with literally every single flaw of middle post-movie.
    6 points
  5. Now let's continue the countdown and start the bottom 10 episodes!!! Are you ready? 10. What a lucky break! Now I have a captive audience! Choir Boys - 165 points 9 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @CakeCup) (-3) Season: 6 Writers: Aaron Springer, Richard Pursel Plot: SpongeBob wants to join the choir that Squidward participates in. This episode dropped 3 places but it didn't leave the bottom 10, which I'm not surprised because a few people here don't hate it as much anymore or even like it while there is still a group that still hates it. Springer's episodes (especially in season 6) tend to have a particular funnibad humor but here it just doesn't hit. We begin with a extremely boring first minutes where SpongeBob is...bored laying on the floor. Then the rest of the episode is StalkerBob that is not even funny. After asking if he can go to the choir with him and getting a negative response he still follows him everywhere, just because he wants to show how he sings and convince him to go with him??? It would have been better if it focused more on SpongeBob practicing for the choir and surprise Squidward there, instead of annoying him with his singing. Apart from "SpongeJesus", this episode has absolutely nothing to praise. 9. You don't need to know everything about your best friend. That's what keeps the friendship interesting! You Don't Know Sponge - 171 points 9 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @ThePickleMan) (+10) Season: 7 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Derek Iversen Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick take a quiz on each other, which threatens their friendship. Thank god YDKS jumped 10 places because this is legit rock bottom for this show and it absolutely deserves a bottom 10 spot. I have a million questions about this episode but this one of them: Why were they taking that friendship test in the Krusty Krab? Why does everything in S7 have to take place there? Ok let's get to the real shit...Patrick is dumb but NOT to the extent of not even knowing if SpongeBob is a boy or a girl. Of course, he answers all these basic questions wrong and when Squidward sees the results he answers "It's like we're not friends at all?", huh????? When he gets SpongeBob's ice cream flavour wrong and the latter cries he and Lou treat him like he's in the wrong??? This left me out of words about how extremely out of character he was. Also Sandy is pretty useless at helping SpongeBob by telling him the less you know him the more interesting friendship it is, this makes zero sense...and when SB cries again she calls him a cry-baby like he's in the wrong? Wtf is wrong with everyone's characterization? After Patrick shops with Larry for some reason he gives SB Groucho glasses and he answers "you do know me, best friend", I don't think that makes sense at all either after all that happened earlier...
    6 points
  6. 12. You mean the juvenile correction facility? But that place is for losers, man. The Clash of Triton - 158 points 9 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #4, @WhoBibbles @Less_SpongeBob ) (+2) Season: 6 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Aaron Springer, Steven Banks, Paul Tibbitt Plot: It's King Neptune's birthday, and SpongeBob wants to make sure his friends and family are there, including his son, Triton, but Neptune and Triton don't get along. Middle post-sequel doesn't have good specials overall but Clash of Triton is one of the most nothing specials you can even find in the show. This is probably the only SpongeBob episode I actually fell asleep to. When I watched this episode for the first time I thought it was going to be a bit more focused on Neptune's birthday but nope we got scenes of him crying for his son Triton after putting him in a cage unfairly for ages while the rest of the episode is SpongeBob looking for Triton and of course theses scenes are painfully boring as well. I don't have much to say honestly because I haven't seen this episode in ages, but it's pretty clear that it's such a snooze fest. 11. Hey, ya just mind your own business and let us blecorate in peace! Big Sister Sam - 160 points 8 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @El Jacko) (+2) Season: 7 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Richard Pursel Plot: Patrick's sister Sam comes to visit him. This is yet another episode I was debating whether I should have added it to my list or not (I didn't). Apart from being boring like 90% of season 7, Sam is such an unlikeable character who is even dumber than Patrick and acts more like a wild animal. This episode is basically Sam destroying things because she is so into it and annoying Squidward and SpongeBob, even by destroying their houses, hahahaha laugh she destroyed things!!!!The worst part is that Patrick DEFENDS Sam's actions, by telling them they are rude for calling out Sam, even though everything she does has bad intentions. I also don't understand the ending...why does she have two faces? Is there something I missed? Even if it's just Sam having two moods this is such a poor way to portray it.
    6 points
  7. 14. Now that I haven't suffocated, it's high time I got back to this list of house-sitting duties. House Sittin for Sandy - 91 points 5 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #7, @SquiddyFace @OWM @BoJack Horseman) (+9) Season: 8 Writers: Aaron Springer, Sean Charmatz, Derek Iversen Plot: SpongeBob's house-sitting stint at Sandy's goes perfectly smoothly until Patrick arrives for a visit. Season 8 is full of sleep medication and House Sittin for Sandy is one of its strongest pills. I'm not surprised it went up the rankings (even if it missed my list by a hair) because this is such a nothing episode where absolutely nothing happens until I don't know...6th minute or something. What's funny is that they made a joke out of something the storyboard artists forgot to do...draw SpongeBob's water helmet as SpongeBob completely forgot about it until Patrick pointed that out, he even asked "what's that funny thing on your head?" well what do you think??? Patrick didn't help at all and made this borefest worse than it was. Also, the fact that Sandy wanted them to destroy her treedome so that she tests her new invention is such a stupid reason. She could have destroyed something herself and fix it with that thing. This episode also has a dumb "here we go again" ending with the robot breaking Sandy's invention and not being able to fix her treedome anymore, and all of this could have been avoided if she didn't manipulate SpongeBob and Patrick into house-sitting. 13. Sigh... he's so handsome! Are You Happy Now? - 140 points 7 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #3, @Shark Tale @Hotel Mario) (-4) Season: 8 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Marc Ceccarelli, Dani Michaeli Plot: SpongeBob tries to help Squidward find his happiest memory. And here is the big point gap I was talking about...our #13 ahead of #14 by a whooping 49 points! I noticed this episode also left SBC's bottom 10 and I think so did mine but it's still one of the lowest points of this show and right now I'm even thinking "should I have put it #14 on my list after all?". I even think it was a nice concept as it's cool to have SpongeBob find a happy memory for Squidward but after he failed to do so, the episode turned into such a dark tone where Squidward felt very depressed and miserable. The suicide jokes are executed in the worst way possible that it doesn't look like I'm watching SpongeBob...I don't feel like ranting too much about it in this review though. The ending is actually the part that pisses me off the most because SpongeBob, unaware of how Squidward is feeling, just kidnaps him in a box and brings him to the Krusty Krab, then surprises him with dozens of papier mâché SpongeBobs. Of course this makes Squidward lose his mind and begins attacking them, but SpongeBob finds this nice to look at??? Sigh, he's sooooo brainless...
    6 points
  8. 18. Sharing is the most wonderful feeling in the world, like dancing with a magical seahorse through an enchanted kelp garden Yours, Mine and Mine - 78 points 5 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #7, @RD Rockruff) (+20) Season: 7 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Steven Banks Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick fight over a Krusty Krab licensed toy. Wow, this is the biggest jump in the rankings to date, from #38 in 2021 to #18 now!!! I have no idea why it was so low back then because I've always thought this episode was bottom tier. This is another example of how season 7 was so bad at writing the main characters including SpongeBob. I know SpongeBob and Patrick are childish adults but here they straight up act like 4-year old children that can't even share a simple toy. It's so boring as it's basically just them asking back and forth to share the toy as well as lazy chase and fight scenes to fill 11 minutes. Also, the ending is soooo dumb. Everyone talks about Patrick "borrowing" SpongeBob's wallet buy why didn't Mr. Krabs give them each the same toy at the beginning??? All of this mess could have been solved ages ago. You probably wonder..."so the episode wouldn't exist then", well exactly...it didn't need to exist! 17. Hey, it's kind of like I'm the teacher! Summer Job - 79 points 5 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #6, @CakeCup) (+4) Season: 7 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Derek Iversen Plot: After Mrs Puff accidentally wrecks the Krusty Krab's doors, she is forced to assist SpongeBob in the kitchen to pay off the damage. Ooooh boy...what can I say about this dreaded episode? This is easily one of the worst episodes I've ever seen in the show and you can't convince me otherwise. First of all we begin with SpongeBob annoying Mrs. Puff as he wants to give her some letter, which makes her crash into the Krusty Krab. She is then hired there to pay off the damages she caused and SpongeBob shows her the ropes. I've already said it earlier but I hate how Mrs. Puff acts mean to everyone, especially SpongeBob when it's not supposed to be this way. After many boring minutes of SpongeBob teaching Mrs. Puff many tasks (role reversal attempt failed), she finally snaps and runs away the Krusty Krab, finds again the letter and rips it into many pieces and guess what? The cops show up and arrest her for LITTERING because of course Mrs. Puff always has to go to jail in the end! Here comes the most stupid part, in jail she takes boating class and the teacher is...SpongeBob???????????? and that was all the letter was about?????? How can he be a boating teacher if he doesn't have his license yet?!? This episode makes ZERO sense, especially when SpongeBob was IN boating school at the beginning.
    6 points
  9. So, we're entering the bottom 20!!! Things are gonna get more interesting from here, stay tuned! 20. Of all the garbage that comes out of your mouth, this is the least annoying. Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful - 73 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @OWM) (-4) Season: 7 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Dani Michaeli Plot: Squidward tries to clean up Bikini Bottom in a day in hopes of earning a statue against his rival Squilliam. I thought this wouldn't make the list cuz at first I didn't see it in many lists but it ended up #20, 4 places less than 2021. Anyways, this is one of these episodes that makes me wonder if I'm really watching SpongeBob. Again, not bottom 15 worthy but it's definitely in my bottom 25 and SBC's ranking pretty much aligns with mine. I have to say I didn't need to see trash for 11 minutes and of course that dreaded gag of the cop giving tickets to Squidward that felt like a FOP season 10 running gag. Not to mention, this episode almost has no energy as the "jokes" drag for way too long such as Squidward fighting the chewing gum or the Squidward's house full of garbage scene. The latter is so uncomfortable to watch as it's pretty gross and Squidward took 15 business days to realize he lived in such conditions. 19. I'm a jobless deadbeat? What a sad existence I don't remember I lead. What Ever Happened to SpongeBob? - 76 points 5 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #5, @OWM) (+7) Season: 5 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Steven Banks Plot: SpongeBob thinks that his friends don't like him anymore and decides to leave Bikini Bottom. Along the way, he accidentally bumps his head and loses his memory. "IDIOT BOY" I didn't include it on my list but I'm not surprised it's higher this year. This is one of the most mean-spirited episodes in the show and it's not even funny. So the plot device was making all of SpongeBob's friends out of character and call him "IDIOT BOY" every time he was a nuisance as if he does that every day to them??? You gotta feel for SpongeBob cuz even he seems surprised his friends act this way. Mr. Krabs, who's always been like a father figure to him, was the last straw. Then he leaves Bikini Bottom, falls and bumps his head and as he gets amnesia he starts a new life under a new identity. Then when everyone is looking for him they regret their actions, as predictable. Honestly the New Kelp CIty scenes (besides the gross close-up) are not as bad tbh, my main problem with this episode is how the bad characterization of Patrick, Sandy and Mr. Krabs led to a whole 22-minute special's plot.
    6 points
  10. 22. But Patrick, how are we gonna get to the center of the ocean? The Main Drain - 70 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @Coffee_lover) (-7) Season: 7 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Doug Lawrence Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick search for the main drain on the ocean floor that once destroyed Bikini Bottom. First of all, I'm always surprised this legends episode always makes it to the bottom 25. While I think legends episodes mostly suck, this one is bad but I've never thought it was bottom tier. However, this episode suffers from boring writing like 90% of season 7 and it's a mess like...Mr Krabs made us believe two kids pulled the lever but then he confesses he and Plankton did it? How did they survive? This part was never explained. Also, there is another epic twist, it was actually a bedtime story SpongeBob was reading to Patrick. Again, I think the concept was interesting but it was very poorly executed and the twists were very lazy. 21. SO, are you enjoying your stay at Chez Spongéeeee?? Squid's Visit - 70 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @Clappy) (-9) Season: 6 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Derek Iversen Plot: SpongeBob makes his house a replica of Squidward's house as he's desperate to have Squidward visit his home. This is the first episode (and probably only) on this list that I will almost defend I used to hate it years ago but now I realized it has a few funny jokes that don't allow me to hate it anymore, so I'm glad it dropped 9 places compared to the last list. Overall I think it's pretty much a mixed bag though. I still hate the beginning where a crying SpongeBob begs Squidward to visit him and follows him everywhere. The ending is pretty weird and out of place as well. However, from the moment SpongeBob sends him a letter that he borrowed his vacuum cleaner (when in reality he just did it so that Squidward visits him), there are a few laugh-worthy moments like the whole phone call scene or the quote I just used above for this episode which kills me every time.
    6 points
  11. 24. Reading somebody else's diary...that's terrible! Tell me more! Little Yellow Book - 68 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #6, @Bob Carotte) (-6) Season: 9 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Marc Ceccarelli, Derek Iversen Plot: During their working shift, Squidward finds SpongeBob's diary and starts reading it out loud in the Krusty Krab. Yes, as you can see this is another episode where I'm one of its biggest haters, it never left my bottom 10 since 2013. So...where can I start? This is one of the most unfunny episodes I've ever seen, like it's basically Squidward reading things on SpongeBob's diary out loud to the customers in the Krusty Krab and everyone laughing at him for half the episode which it quickly turns boring. This doesn't seem like a big deal because I still haven't mentioned the worst part. After SpongeBob runs out crying after finding out, the customers pretend they didn't know it was SpongeBob's diary and get offended??? They KNEW it was SpongeBob's and they were clearly enjoying it...hypocrisy at its finest. Then in the second half they treat Squidward like he committed a genocide for reading SpongeBob's diary. All of this sequence is such a writing mess that doesn't make sense. It later turns out that that "diary" was meant to be published but then Squidward gets the real one out of nowhere like bruh??? The ending is probably the worst "here we go again" ending I've seen in the show. 23. Now eat up, I'm gonna go make some enchiladas A Pal for Gary - 68 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #5, @Dragonball Z) (+6) Season: 7 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Richard Pursel Plot: SpongeBob feels guilty for not hanging out with Gary, so he brings him a new playmate which soon starts tormenting Gary. Same amount of points, same amount of lists than LYB, but AFPG is worse because its highest ranking is higher (goddammit i should have put lyb higher , rant on discord incoming ). Seriously though, I'm surprised this episode is in a worse place than in 2021 considering the hate for this episode is lower every year. It was on my list for the longest time but this year I removed it. Despite this I still consider it a pretty bad episode mostly because SpongeBob is fucking dumb and blind. I feel for Gary because he was trying so hard to explain to SpongeBob that Puffy Fluffy is very aggressive to him but he never knew because Puffy transformed back into cute mode very quickly before SB sees his evil self. Honestly, I could tolerate this (I even like the enchiladas joke)... until the you know what scene which I still hate because monster Puffy is right on his face trying to eat Gary and SB still blames Gary????? Everyone was so badly written in S7 but SpongeBob here is just...something else it's unbelievable.
    6 points
  12. 26. Let us apprehend that careless contaminator! Fungus Among Us - 67 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @Clappy) (+2) Season: 5 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Richard Pursel Plot: SpongeBob develops a case of Ick, the nasty itchy sea fungus that grows over everything it comes in contact with. Well, what can I say? This is one of the most gross episodes the show has ever done. Fungus wouldn't make my bottom 15 but I would definitely include it if I were asked to do a bottom 25 list. I'm not a fan of gross-out stuff in general but this is actually not my main problem with this episode. This is another example where the Bikini Bottomites are pretty much assholes and attack SpongeBob just because he is the one who spread the ick. SpongeBob's bubble is popped twice, first by Patrick's stupidity which I guess I can take, but the customers had absolutely no reason to pop the bubble. Weren't they aware that this would make things worse? I guess what saves this episode from being a 0/10 is the ending where Gary, who is a bottom feeder, cures everyone and cleans the Krusty Krab by eating the ick. 25. Did we save Sandy? Rodeo Daze - 67 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @Shark Tale) (+5) Season: 7 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Richard Pursel Plot: SpongeBob takes Bikini Bottomites to Texas to save Sandy from a squirrel rodeo, but his attempt to save Sandy backfires. I see Rodeo Daze ended up tied with Fungus in points, but it's higher on the list because more people included it on their lists. Anyways, this episode is so boring and lazy but I don't think it's awful enough to make my list. I even think the concept is pretty nice that could have been more trippy like most of the episode focusing on SpongeBob and company travelling to Texas but nope we got boring scenes of SpongeBob asking everyone to help and people always refusing to the point of SpongeBob insisting and kidnapping everyone in a big bubble with his pineapple inside, oh and the trip to Texas began around the 9th minute and this caused the ending to be rushed. We joke about "The Poor CGI" but this is one of the laziest attempts to animate CGI as you could see in the cows singing the awful Rodeo song and the ending in Texas.
    6 points
  13. 28. WHEN I'M ON THE ROOOOOOAD A SquarePants Family Vacation - 63 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @RD Rockruff) (+9) Season: 8 Writers: Aaron Springer, Sean Charmatz, Derek Iversen Plot: Patrick goes on vacation with SpongeBob's family to the Great Barrier Reef. Not surprised this episode jumped 9 places because damn, this episode is another borefest but in 22 minutes and it almost made my list as well. I think it's another episode with wasted potential because the idea of a family vacation can be interesting but here it's just not. The Road song is one of the worst songs in the show and I will say it now, it makes the Atlantis songs look like masterpieces. Also, it's weird how this episode is the first major role of SB's parents but then they disappeared for years. I'm glad they already made a great episode for them in S13 but that's another subject for another day. 27. ASSAULT YOUR OWN BABY Slide Whistle Stooges - 64 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @Wumbo) (-3) Season: 6 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Derek Iversen Plot: SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward play with slide whistles. Not a big change compared to 2021 but Slide dropped a few spots. I used to hate this episode a lot but now I'm a bit more soft because of a few funny lines. The sound of this instrument is not annoying to me but I think SpongeBob and Patrick annoy Squidward too much. Then Squidward starts to like it and begins playing it all over the city, annoying all of Bikini Bottom to the point of them celebrating when he crashed a truck. I thought that was too harsh but this is how rude the Bottomites are.
    6 points
  14. (Credit to sbl for the banner and event idea) It's not tainted meat, it's painted meat! June is Pride Month, so to celebrate SBC's diverse LGBT userbase over the years, we'll be holding our own mini pride event! The event will run from June 1st to June 15th. Here's what games will occur during this event: SpongeBob Pictionary: The Pictionary Season 8 finale will be held June 1st to kick off the event, with an appropriate theme of Colors! (but not easy ones) SpongeCraft Frontiers: A building contest will be held June 1st after Pictionary. Jackbox: Two Jackbox games will be held on June 3rd and 10th. Pride Kahoot: Test your LGBT knowledge in this Kahoot game on June 5th. Cards Against Humanity: Two CAH games will be held on June 7th and 14th. Turntable Parties: Two Turntable parties will be held on June 7th and 14th. Flash Archive Tournament: A flash game tournament will be held June 12th. Discord Activities: Two Activities will be held on June 8th and 15th. Flag Design Contest: Design your own pride flag in this contest! Pretty Patty Maker: Create Pretty Patties and win prizes in this minigame! We hope you enjoy this event and don't worry, you don't have to be gay to join the fun!
    5 points
  15. So...our countdown is almost done so it’s time to reveal the absolute worst SpongeBob episodes! These two episodes have gotten the most criticism and disappointment not only here but fans elsewhere in the SpongeBob fandom, and many people consider them as the lowest of lowest points in the series. So, let’s dive into and see which episodes make SBC boo the loudest! are you ready? ... are you sure? ... ok, enough fooling around ... *gasps* 2. Well, I must say, it really completes your imbecile look. Way to go, buddy. Stuck in the Wringer - 270 points 15 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @Steel Sponge) (0) Season: 7 Writers: Zeus Cervas, Sean Charmatz, Derek Iversen Plot: SpongeBob gets stuck in his wringer. So, Stuck in the Wringer keeps the #2 spot! I didn't put it very high (or low, however you interpret it) on my list but I completely understand why it would be bottom 5. Despite being the most picked episode it didn't win the #1 spot. Anyways, I feel like this episode could have been better because it's not a bad concept at all but since it's season 7, Patrick has to be brainless and Bikini Bottomites have to be rude for no reason. They write SpongeBob as the most miserable creature in Bikini Bottom being so unlucky to be injured in the Glove World rides and get hit in the eye by a baseball. SpongeBob then has enough of this and snaps at Patrick rightfully for ruining his life (he "helped" him to get off the wringer with the forever glue...what) but the crowd thinks SpongeBob is in the wrong...how is his heart the problem and not his buddy? Honestly, the quote "I guess crying does solve problems after all" is not the best, but it shouldn't be taken so seriously. The "here we go again" gag right after, (SpongeBob and Patrick being stuck again) is worse. Here we are, let's reveal our chosen one! AND THE WORST EPISODE SPONGEBOB IS... 1. My face! My face! Also my leg...but mostly my face!!! Squid Baby - 325 points 14 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #1, @WinterArcanine @Bob Carotte @El Jacko @BenPaz @magic the veemon @Coffee_lover) (+2) Season: 9 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Doug Lawrence Plot: A head injury causes Squidward to think and act like he's a baby, and SpongeBob and Patrick must look after him. Many people guessed it, Squid Baby switched places with SBYF and it's now our new #1!!! The point gap with #2 is bigger than #13 and #14, which is 55 (!!!) points, thanks to SIX people who put it as #1!!! I agree it's the worst of the worst because of so so many reasons. This is another episode Nick mandated just because they wanted to see Squidward as a baby, I'm not even kidding. Now let's focus on the main flaws from the episode itself...first, why are SpongeBob and Patrick acting like toddlers, just because they found SpongeBob's old baby toys??? Second, who thought it was a good idea of hitting Squidward's head in the worst way possible and becoming a man with a 1-year old mind, with a swollen head that is hard to look at? Third, the scenes where SpongeBob and Patrick take cake of him are extremely boring and it's nothing but Squidward crying. Fourth, to SpongeBob, why do you even bring him to the Krusty Krab and bug the customers? Fifth, why do you change his diaper in front of the customers??? Sixth, did we really need to see his diaper full of ??? Seventh, is hurting Squidward more that necessary to watch? and eighth, after all these injuries Squidward is back to normal??? It just solves abruptly because they didn't even know how to end this fucking mess. This episode is a giant 0/10 in my eyes and I wouldn't recommend you to rewatch it, unless you like to suffer mentally and physically. /end of rant aaaaaaand we're done!!! A big thanks to everyone who submitted and followed the list! I enjoyed reading your discussions on Discord and on this thread. This might be the last time SBC hosts a bottom list countdown as interest is lower than in past years as it's already been explained but the greatest thing is that it celebrates the show's 25th anniversary! I would like to thank @Jjs Goodman for giving me the chance to host such a special list! Below I will post everyone's lists, the full list (including dishonorable mentions) and the rest of episodes nominated that didn't make it (will post them on Discord as well) THE 21 LISTS: BOTTOM 30 + DISHONORABLE MENTIONS #38 - 71: #72 - 105 Well, back to being a rare forum poster!
    4 points
  16. It's been 3 years since the last best list, and to celebrate the sponge's 25th birthday, we're finally bringing it back! Like the worst list, we're doing 30 episodes instead of 50. This should make it easier to create a best list. This list ONLY allows episodes from the main series, not episodes from Kamp Koral or The Patrick Star Show. Any episode from the main series that has either aired, or leaked through other means, is allowed on the list. The only requirement for participating is to have an SBC account. To participate, simply PM me your 15 favorite SpongeBob episodes. You can either PM me on here, or you can DM me on discord. My discord account is WinterArcanine, but make sure you're on the SBC discord server if you DM me there. If you want to change your list after you've sent it, please tell me right away so that I can make sure to change it on time. If you've participated in one of these before, keep in mind that, if you have no changes to make to your list, or just don't feel like bothering to change anything, you are free to simply reuse your list from the 2021 or 2019 list. The deadline is June 6th at 12:00 AM EST. After this, I will not be accepting any new lists.
    4 points
  17. The show has proven time and time again they do have the juice to make a good special, maybe perhaps people didn't vibe with this episode and that's perfectly fine? Did you even read Carotte's review? I don't see why bash people for hating it, we all have different opinions and I think the attitude towards people hating this special shouldn't be an aggressive response like "OH LET'S SEE HOW YOU WRITE A SPECIAL, SEE HOW HARD IT IS". Truth or Square will always be a divisive ep of the show. Steel and Winter said their opinions on the episode just fine despite loving them, why not you do the same instead of going after people who dislike it? And I'm pretty sure it's gonna make it to the best list, so you have nothing else to lose. That's all
    4 points
  18. Before heading to the bottom 10, let's take a break and see the (dis)honorable mentions, which are the episodes that barely missed the list. I won't provide commentary since this is not technically part of the official list, but I'll still mention how many points they got, how many people picked them and the highest ranking, as usual! 37. This one's gonna fly! I can feel it! The Sponge Who Could Fly - 44 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #6, @Steel Sponge) (-1) Season: 3 Writers: Paul Tibbitt, Kent Osborne, Merriwether Williams Plot: SpongeBob wishes he could fly with the jellyfish. 36. You're serving Krabby Patties with your hands? Do you know how filthy your hands are? Gullible Pants - 44 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #4, @Steel Sponge) (+19) Season: 6 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Derek Iversen Plot: SpongeBob is left in charge of the Krusty Krab for a few minutes, and Squidward takes advantage of his gullibility. 35. Run, Mr. Krabs! Patrick is digging for gold! The Battle of Bikini Bottom - 45 points 2 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @WinterArcanine) (+13) Season: 5 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Eric Shaw Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick battle over cleanliness. 34. For a second there, I thought I was gonna have to pay you workman's "compersation." The Splinter - 45 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #9, @Bob Carotte @dmandagiraffe) (-2) Season: 6 Writers: Nate Cash, Sean Charmatz, Steven Banks Plot: SpongeBob gets a splinter at work. 33. Why is he counting? I guess I'll just go home, maybe or later he'll want to play a game, or something. Hide and Then What Happens? - 50 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #8, @WhoBibbles @SquiddyFace) (+9) Season: 7 Writers: Aaron Springer, Dani Michaeli Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick's game of hide and seek goes downhill after SpongeBob can't find Patrick anywhere. 32. YOUUUU!!! You ruined my free toy!!!!!! Waiting - 51 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #4, @Clappy) (-1) Season: 5 Writers: Nate Cash, Tuck Tucker, Steven Banks Plot: SpongeBob waits for a toy to arrive in the mail. 31. Ooh. I know that sound. It's the sound of me money being flushed down the toilet! Face Freeze - 55 points 3 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #3, @WinterArcanine) (-4) Season: 8 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Doug Lawrence Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick's faces freeze after making too many silly faces.
    4 points
  19. So, before announcing today's episodes I saw many comments about OCM potentially not making it to the list and since the list is half done I will reveal its fate since it's an episode that everyone seems to care about now. Since the hate is dying down it should be already out by now right? If it didn't make it which episode will take its place? Could it be a new one? What if I told you? ... 16. Hi, Plankton. What you doin' layin' in the middle of the road? One Coarse Meal - 85 points 4 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #2, @Dragonball Z) (+4) Season: 7 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Doug Lawrence Plot: Mr. Krabs discovers that Plankton has been concealing a secret fear of whales. Well you were all wrong! OCM made the list after all and it even jumped 4 places from the 2021 ranking!!! This is truly one of the biggest twists since even I didn't think it would happen either. And yes, this episode doesn't deserve to be in a bottom 30 list anymore but still I can't bring myself to defend it. It's just a boring episode where Mr. Krabs tries to scare Plankton with whales (even by disguising as his own daughter) as he discovered he's afraid of them, to the point of him wanting to kill himself. I still feel like it's a depressing episode by SpongeBob standards but I think there are many worse offenders. At least I can say the beginning was kinda cool but I don't think I can praise the rest, just because it's a boring episode with a miserable tone. 15. Ohhh still off by THAT much try again! Someone's in the Kitchen With Sandy - 88 points 6 of 21 lists (Highest ranking #6, @Coffee_lover) (-7) Season: 7 Writers: Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Dani Michaeli Plot: Plankton disguises as Sandy in order to steal the Krabby Patty formula. Now SITKWS is an episode that I definitely would have included on my list if the OHHH TRY AGAIN scene didn't exist. I get why people would find it annoying but I personally can't help but laugh at it, I know my humor is broken. I like to think he did it on purpose to push Plankton to reveal himself as he suspected it was him, just like he did with the Strangler. Alright, now let's talk about the flaws. Season 7 had so many Imitation Krabs rip-offs but this is the worst one out there to begin with. So Plankton steals Sandy's fur and makes a poorly made disguise to trick SpongeBob into giving him the formula. SpongeBob then teaches "Sandy" to make a Krabby Patty. Ok that sounds nice but what makes this episode so bad is that they show the real Sandy without her fur walking around town searching for it and everyone laughing at her, even the cops. What's with season 6 and 7 being so mean-spirited? I wonder why she didn't think of wearing her suit if Plankton didn't steal it???
    4 points
  20. THE WOKE VIRUS CAME FOR SBC
    3 points
  21. I am glad my years of keeping Gullible Pants around as a throwaway episode finally paid off in a satisfying enough boost for it
    3 points
  22. Emerging from the dirt to give my two cents: Demolition Doofus is, admittedly, not an episode I can really bring myself to hate anymore. For Season 8 standards, I'd almost even consider it good. It's not exactly the most compelling story out there, mind you, but for what it's worth I'd watch it over half of the garbage in this season. Mrs. Puff having an actual, justifiable reason to hate Spongebob's guts was something I appreciated on my latest watch through, when before I'd have probably detracted it for the same reason. Plus, I felt the pacing was better here than in other episodes this season which moved slower than molasses, and the comedy was decent enough. I still wouldn't call it one of the greats though. Trenchbillies, on the other hand, I cannot extend the same praises to. There's little to this episode outside of it being gross and sloggishly-paced. I think this one almost made my list, but I discounted it since the other episodes I listed were worse. Definitely not an episode I'd want to return to. A SquarePants Family Vacation earned my top spot, and I'm disappointed to see it so low lol. I really don't care for this cartoon in the same way I used to, so I can't say I feel too strongly about most of the episodes that show up here or later on the list. However, this episode was easily the most dreadful to sit through; there's nothing to write home about with it, the writing is pure garbage, there's clearly not enough content to warrant 22 minutes of this slop, and Jesus Christ will you please stop singing that god-awful song. The, as one specific Spongebob reviewer who I don't feel like naming right now said, "calm and relaxing atmosphere" does not hold my attention. Good sleep aid, I guess. And as for Slide Whistle Stooges, I found this one mildly annoying but not outright awful. There's not much I can actually say about this one, because most of it is just Spongebob and Patrick chasing Squidward around with slide whistles. Really not much you could write about that, I'd reckon. Skippable episode, but nowhere near the bottom of the barrel in my opinion. Also the "baby assaulter" scene was absolutely out of pocket, it gets a laugh out of me when little else in this episode does. That's about all I can say I enjoy about this one though.
    3 points
  23. Maniac vs. Muse or, What Defines Rock Music I’m More Likely to Enjoy? What’s up, peeps? For this project, I’m going to try to get into the long-running UK rock band Muse, a group who I’ve always seen as one of the “Big 3” of mainstream British rock–Muse, Radiohead, and Coldplay–but who I’ve had less interest in listening to than the latter two for quite some time now. However, one of our fellow SBCers, HawkbitAlpha, is trying very hard to get me into Muse, to the extent of sharing a live video of the band performing one of their biggest hits “Knights of Cydonia,” and…I can’t say I was too impressed with the song. My comments towards it consisted of “I get the appeal, but it’s not for me” and even “I guess I don’t like rock music that actually rocks,” which now has me wanting to interrogate what “rock music that actually rocks” even means. To this extent, I do want to make a good-faith effort towards getting into and appreciating Muse’s music for what it is, but I’m going to do it on my terms. Those terms being: listening to every one of their studio albums, from 1999’s Showbiz to 2022’s Will of the People, in chronological order, which is the usual way I’ve tried to become a fan of a particular band or musician for the better part of a decade now. With enough preamble out of the way, let’s get this party started! — Showbiz (1999) 1: Sunburn [8.5/10] 2: Muscle Museum [8/10] 3: Fillip [9.5/10] 4: Falling Down [8/10] 5: Cave [9/10] 6: Showbiz [9.5/10] 7: Unintended [7.5/10] 8: Uno [10/10] 9: Sober [8.5/10] 10: Escape [8/10] 11: Overdue [8.5/10] 12: Hate This and I’ll Love You [9/10] Review: So, how does Muse’s 1999 debut album hold up? Pretty darn well, surprisingly enough! While Matt Bellamy’s vocals at the beginning of “Sunburn” did make me wince because of their perceived similarity to Radiohead’s Thom Yorke’s, I will admit that Bellamy does have a vocal style of his own: a fiery, passionate ball of angst, whereas Yorke’s vocal angst is more neurotic and detached. But damn, Matt Bellamy can sing, even if what he’s singing isn’t exactly the most unique stuff in the world. To be honest, I genuinely think the lyrics on this album are kind of generic and if it wasn’t for Bellamy’s vocal charisma and passion, I would have been a lot harsher on this album than I ended up being. What about the actual music, though? From what I’ve heard on this album, Muse seems to have very much been a cohesive unit from the start; every instrument–from searing guitar riffs, heavy bass lines, and pounding drums–is given a chance to shine on many of the songs here. My favorite songs on the album–“Uno” and “Filip” in particular–have this sort of gothic “doomed romantic” feel to the chords and melodies, the latter song with its twinkling pianos and the former with its seemingly tango-inspired cadence. And these tracks ROCK. HARD. Other songs in this vein like “Cave” and the title track are where Muse play to their strengths on this album and seem like the beginnings of their core sound. Where I do think the album falters is on the slower songs like “Falling Down” and “Undecided.” The former is where I think some comparison to the OK Computer sadboys is warranted, mostly because it just sounds like a version of the closer from OK Computer, “The Tourist,” without any of the majestic synths and yes, singing, even if “Falling Down” goes down easy. “Undecided,” on the other hand, seems like an attempt at a romantic acoustic ballad that doesn’t really do much for me personally even if executed well on a technical level. While I wouldn’t call Showbiz an all-time favorite, I do think it’s a promising start to what seems like a diverse, if not always crowd-pleasing, career in alternative rock (spoilers: I have not heard good things about Muse from 2016’s Drones onwards, but we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it). Final score: 8.6/10 (B) --- UP NEXT: Origin of Symmetry (2001)
    3 points
  24. The votes are in, and Music is the winning theme! Thanks to all who voted. Look forward to celebrating our 15th anniversary with a musical touch this August!
    3 points
  25. Stuck in the Wringer is really bad and was on my list. The biggest reason why it's so bad is that stupid scene where the bikini bottomites somehow blame Spongebob and say he's a bad person for getting mad at Patrick for literally ruining his life. Like.....what? He's completely justified in doing that???? It's one of the most infuriating moments of the entire show. Even besides that though, this episode is just boring. I can't recall a single joke in this entire episode. Or almost anything interesting at all. It's just Spongebob struggling to do literally anything for 11 minutes, with no jokes whatsoever, giving the whole episode a depressing vibe alongside its boringness, culminating with one of the most infuriating moments of the show. Something interesting though: The line at the end of the episode wasn't really meant to be a random moral. Patrick said earlier that crying won't solve any problems, and Spongebob was referencing that by saying that it CAN in fact solve your problems since it got him out of the wringer. It says a lot about how boring this episode is that barely anyone even remembers that though. Squid Baby is my least favorite episode of the entire series, and its not even close. I really hate this episode. I'm so glad that Squid Baby has finally managed to get to #1 on a worst list; I feel like, while this episode was always hated, it used to not be one of THE most hated episodes, so I'm really glad it's finally gotten to that point recently. It even got 6 #1's!!! I'm so proud of you guys. First of all, this episode starts with Spongebob and Patrick literally playing with baby toys and acting like babies. Spongebob and Patrick are already a bit too immature in this era of the show (especially in episodes like Yours Mine and Mine), but this is ridiculous. This is by far the most immature they've ever been, and this whole sequence is very annoying. And yet....this is one of the best parts of the episode. That's how bad this episode is. This episode's main joke involves Squidward, who has such severe brain damage that he is functionally a baby, constantly having his head slammed on things despite the doctor specifically saying not to do that because his brain damage would become permanent if they do that. What the fuck??? Literally nothing about that is funny whatsoever. Spongebob and Patrick being so careless (with their friend btw) that they constantly let Squidward's head get slammed, despite knowing that this would cause him to keep his brain damage forever, is super fucked up. They only ever acknowledge this once btw, Patrick slams Squidward's head and Spongebob tells him not to do that, then both of them do it many times after and they don't comment on it at all. This is easily the worst running gag in the entire series and it isn't even close. Then Mr Krabs says that both Spongebob and Squidward (as a baby) need to work at the Krusty Krab. He doesn't care at all that Squidward has such severe brain damage that he's functionally a baby now. Squidward naturally does unfunny baby things and gets his head slammed multiple times (because permanent brain damage is sooooooo funny).......oh, and then he shits in his diaper. Because being a figurative shitshow wasn't enough for this episode, it needed to be a literal one too. And there are closeups of the diaper, because we truly all wanted to see that. Unsurprisingly, this ends up being one of the grossest moments of the entire show. And then somehow, after getting his head banged on something for like the 15th time (seriously, I'm not even exaggerating), suddenly he turns back to normal??? what??? Even though the doctor said this would make the damage permanent??? How does this even make sense???? Now, he did also have a bunch of ice cubes all over his head, which I assume is meant to be the reason he went back to normal, but that still doesn't make any sense! This episodes raises so many questions. First of all, why even do an episode where Squidward is a baby? Babies lead to terrible humor; all they do is cry really loudly and annoyingly, and shit themselves (which is disgusting). This type of humor is already bound to fail. Rock a Bye Bivalve notably didn't rely on baby humor, it instead makes jokes about Spongebob and Patrick's "relationship", and the only baby joke I can think of is the diaper meme, which was actually funny. This episode on the other hand entirely is based on baby humor (and humor about making Squidward's brain damage worse), and naturally, this leads to an annoying and gross episode! Secondly........why go this direction for Squidward becoming a baby? They could have like....I don't know, maybe have him be turned into a baby through magic, or some sort of stupid silly gag... or some sort of powder that turns everyone into babies (oh wait, surely they would never do that, especially not in a season 5 episode that was delayed for years for some reason)? Nah, instead they went with brain damage....a serious and extremely unfunny thing that actually happens to people. Literally just about any other way would have been way better. And then why go the direction of making jokes about the head damage being permanent??? Who would find that funny? And then why have the episode end with an egregious example of toilet humor, something the show has notably almost never done outside of this episode? And considering all of this, why would they even approve this episode in the first place? How is this concept one they decided was good enough to be turned into a real episode? ESPECIALLY when this is 9a.....the season where half the episode concepts got scrapped, because they could only make some of them before ending production for the second movie. And then why did they even go out of their way to give this episode much better animation than the rest of 9a???? Seriously, they unironically did a good job with the backgrounds (especially the weather gradually getting worse throughout the episode), and Spongebob depressingly looking out the window lowkey goes hard (also fits how I feel watching this episode ngl). Why do all of this for THIS episode??? Did they really think this was the best possible episode for season 9??? Yeah, this episode is easily the worst episode of this entire series. I'm so glad that this episode is finally #1 on this list, because no other episode is more deserving than this one.
    2 points
  26. https://www.nickalive.net/2024/05/peter-bennett-long-time-art-director-on.html I was shocked to hear from show crew members on Instagram that he had died. Not only had he been the art director since Season 4 (taking over from Nick Jennings), but he also had been with the show from the beginning as a background painter. Rest in peace Peter Bennett.
    2 points
  27. Honestly one of the best shows I’ve ever watched. The whole cast is on fire but especially Ayo Edebiri, Jeremy Allen White, and Ebon Moss-Bachrach.
    2 points
  28. Honestly I really like Little Yellow Book. I find it really funny. The stupid things Spongebob has in his diary (his obliviousness to Squidward hating him, stripping to his underwear whenever he hears the anthem, and clucking like a chicken when he sees plaid) are very funny, and the second half of the episode is even funnier. The fact that Squidward's house terms is violated by reading a diary, and then has to be flown away, is fucking hilarious, and the police officer's line "I had a diary once. My brother read it! I had a brother once" is the best joke in all of 9a. I also don't mind the townspeople's behavior or Squidward's (except maybe the ending). The only thing they heavily failed at IMO is the customer's change of behavior upon "finding out " it was Spongebob's diary. I actually think it makes sense; once Spongebob finds out and cries about it, the townspeople no longer want to seem like they were part of the reason for it, so they become hypocrites to put the blame entirely on Squidward. The problem is, the episode doesn't make it clear that this is what happened, so it just looks like bad writing (and I mean....maybe it was, and that wasn't even the intention, who knows). I think having Squidward call them out on this right when they turn on him would have helped the episode a lot, as it would be more clear that this is what happened. Still, I like this episode and it's a shame it made it here. A Pal for Gary is an episode I want to like. For season 7 standards, it's actually really good in a lot of ways. Puffy Fluffy is a really good idea with an awesome design. The stuff he does is also really cool. And Spongebob initially seems like a good and caring pet owner, being worried about Gary being alone by himself and deciding to get him a friend (Gary actually enjoyed being alone, but he wouldn't have known this). And it also has great action scenes during it; Gary fighting Puffy Fluffy and driving him off with the cowboy skills that he got from the cowboy movies he's shown to watch earlier in the episode is great. The animation is also shockingly good for being in season 7. But, in typical season 7 fashion, the writing is terrible. Spongebob thinking Gary is the one being mean to Puffy Fluffy and not the other way around is frustrating, but as he isn't seeing what's happening, I can let that slide. Spongebob will figure it out eventually, and then it'll be nice. Seeing damage to his house and automatically assuming its Gary and not the pet he just introduced to the house sucks, but I can let it slide..... then he sees Puffy Fluffy literally eating Gary and somehow thinks Gary is the one harrassing Puffy Fluffy? huh??? There's a reason you never see anyone, even defenders of the episode like me, defend this moment, and its because it makes zero sense. Its one of the worst scenes in the show, and one of the worst written scenes. This scene deserves all the hate it gets and I've never really seen anyone say otherwise. What people don't bring up enough compared to this scene, however, is that even after Spongebob is saved from being eaten too by Gary, he STILL thinks Gary was the one at fault, which makes just as little sense. Then he forced Gary to be with him at the krusty krab for now on, which ruins all his fun time alone. It's just both frustrating and sad, and also horribly written and shows Spongebob as a terrible pet owner, which is OOC. I also hate how him buying the pet was protrayed; Spongebob would care about making sure the pet he gets to be Gary's friend is someone who Gary would like and would be nice to Gary. The fact that he just ignores the store owner saying they are dangerous is really dumb, and it would've been a lot better if the store owner was lying to Spongebob, making him think Puffy Fluffy is perfect when its actually a monster. Honestly, I always considered season 6 the worst season, but over time, I've come to realize that no, season 7 is the worst season and it isn't even close. The writing is absurdly terrible in this season, even compared to the other infamous post movie seasons surrounding it. And while a lot of season 6 episodes become better to me over time, season 7 episodes just get worse. The writing did so much damage to this season and this episode shows this perfectly; with even half-competent writing, this episode would easily be one of, if not the best episode, of season 7. But they managed to make the writing so terrible, that it caused the episode to become the most infamous episode of the series. While this episode is not in my bottom 50 because of its good aspects, I 100% get why people hate it, and I don't blame anyone for putting it on their list. "You put Puffy Fluffy down right now" deserves its place as the most hated scene in the entire series.
    2 points
  29. Oh no, now I have to give my opinion on Fungus Among Us I'm going to be honest, I actually like this episode; I can understand why people wouldn't, though. It's got this weird atmosphere, and a lot of the comedy hinges on grossout (which I can't feel too grossed out by, seeing as how it looks more cartoonish than, take for instance, half the grossout in Seasons 6 and 7). It's right up my alley in terms of comedy, and I think my enjoyment of this one is very subjective on that account. There's another episode I'm sure will show up down the line that I hold similar sentiments to, get ready for that scorching-hot take. AS FOR Rodeo Daze though, this one absolutely made my bottom 15. I debated whether it would fit on here, but upon introspection, yeah, this deserves a bottom spot for sure. Talk about a slog -- absolutely nothing happens for most of the episode's runtime. The plot is incredibly stupid too; I don't get why Spongebob decides he has to gather the entire town together to "save" Sandy from something she surely can handle herself. I think the plot would be funnier if it didn't take so long meandering and were written by the not-dead-inside (no shade to the writers though, I suspect they were all burnt out by this period of the show). It's really just a stupid, vapid episode. Also the animation suuuuuuuucks. The screenshot of the "Poor CGI" is just one example, but it gets worse when they actually go to Texas and everyone becomes flat stock images. Reeks of low budget to me, but I can't verify one way or another. Bad episode.
    2 points
  30. Cake reporting in: Demolition Doofus wasn't on my bottom 15 list, but I'd definitely put in my bottom 50. I can safely say that in Demolition Doofus, ESH. SpongeBob came across as incredibly insensitive towards deflated Mrs. Puff, and Mrs. Puff took her rage way too far. The demolition derby was a novel idea, but it was ruined by Mrs. Puff's bloodlust. Trenchbillies almost missed my bottom 15. Such an unfunny drag to get through. The character designs were hideous, 90% of the humor derives from tired hillbilly stereotypes, and the story just meanders about. I would safely say that this episode has more filler than low-quality pet food. A SquarePants Family Vacation can be summed up in two words: painfully boring. Yeah, the road song was cool and all, but the whole episode is a nothingburger until the gift shop scene. It's a shame, because this episode had a lot of promise; the idea of SpongeBob and his parents taking a vacation sounded really interesting, but nope, we instead got a snorefest of a special. Slide Whistle Stooges is mid-tier in my mind. Yeah, the sound of the slide whistles gets tiresome after a while, but I don't mind them all that much. Aside from the ending and the hypocritical Bikini Bottomites, it's hard for me to find any noteworthy flaws, but at the same time, it's also hard for me to find any laugh out loud moments. SWS is watchable, but not very memorable
    2 points
  31. A Squarepants Family Vacation wasn't on my list but it is a bottom 50 ep for sure IMO. For being 22 minutes, it really doesn't feel like much happens at all. It's just boring and dull, for double the length of a regular Spongebob episode. This episode could easily have been 11 minutes, and it really should've been considering how boring it is. The road song is super lame and is one of the worst songs in the entire series, it may not be offensively bad but it is super boring and lame. The only good joke I can remember is the gift shop scene, which was very funny, but otherwise this episode just feels empty. Slide Whistle Stooges was #12 on my list. Honestly, maybe I'm too harsh on this episode, idk, the last time I watched it I had a headache, so.....But even without a headache, the slide whistles are just annoying af, and you're constantly hearing it throughout the whole episode. And most of the humor in the episode is just that, the slide whistle annoying Squidward, and then everyone else once he starts playing it.....which brings two stupid writing issues with this episode. First of all, why would Squidward even get into the slide whistles? It was annoying him the whole time, and then all of a sudden he just suddenly enjoys it? I know this is a common type of Spongebob episode (or at least in earlier seasons), but those are things where it actually makes sense he would get into it. Here, it's just...annoying people with slide whistles that annoyed him before? It's just stupid, and feels like a failed attempt at that sort of episode. Secondly....why do the citizens find it funny when Spongebob and Patrick use the slide whistles, but hate it when Squidward do it? There's no actual difference. Also wtf is with the ending, where they do slide whistle gags with the hospital? I can't even explain why but something just....feels weird about it? idk. Also its funny to joke about but why the fuck was the "assault your own baby" line a thing lol Typing this out, I'm realizing that no, I was right, it really is that bad. I'm not being too harsh. It's just a boring and bizzare (in a bad way) episode where the sound playing throughout the episode is super annoying.
    2 points
  32. yes i'll send the full list when it's all done and i'll name a few dishonorable mentions later in the countdown
    2 points
  33. 2 points
  34. Puffy Fluffy, it's time to take me out once and for all
    2 points
  35. For the first time in a million years I have posted on this website. Excited for the Worst and Best List's return. And a new PFP to go along with it.
    2 points
  36. May: 1st: 1999: Help Wanted, Reef Blower and Tea at the Treedome premiered. 2004: The Song That Never Ends is published. 2009: SpongeBob’s 10th anniversary. Funny-Side Up: A Tasty Joke Book was published. 2014: SpongeBob’s 15th anniversary. 2017: May Mayhem begins. Factory Fresh DVD is released. 2019: SpongeBob’s 20th anniversary. 2020: Mini May begins. 2021: The 35th SWYAD begins, with the theme of Memes. The 73rd Pictionary is held, with the theme of SpongeBob and won by Slug. 2023: Dad’s Stache Stash premiered. The SpongeBob Best Episode Tournament: All-Stars Edition begins. 2024: SpongeBob’s 25th anniversary. 2nd: 2016: The Fish Bowl premiered. 2020: The 29th Pictionary is held, with the theme of SpongeBob Season 1 and won by Kev. 2023: A Root Galoot premiered. 3rd: 2016: Married to Money premiered. 2023: The Starry Awards premiered. 4th: 2016: Sharks vs. Pods premiered. 2023: Blorpsgiving premiered. 5th: 2001: Prehibernation Week and Life of Crime premiered. 2006: Chimps Ahoy and Ghost Host premiered. 2016: CopyBob DittoPants premiered. 2017: Season 12 is announced. 6th: 2005: Fear of a Krabby Patty and Shell of a Man premiered. 2015: Kat joined SBC. 2016: Sold! premiered. 2022: The Big Bad Bubble Bass and Sea Man Sponge Haters Club premiered. 2023: The 160th Pictionary is held, with the theme of Disney and won by Steel. 7th: 2018: Sanitation Insanity premiered. 2022: The 117th Pictionary is held, with the theme of Carotte’s Interests and won by Prez. 8th: 2007: Pirates of Bikini Bottom was published. 2013: SpongeBob Comics #20 was published. 2018: My Leg! premiered. 2021: The Meme SWYAD ends. The 74th Pictionary is held, with the theme of Star Wars and won by Steel. 9th: 2006: SpongeBob Rocks was published. 2016: Honest Slug joined SBC. 2018: Ink Lemonade premiered. 2020: The 30th Pictionary is held, with the theme of Darkness’ Interests and won by dman. 10th: 2002: Wet Painters and Krusty Krab Training Video premiered. 2017: SpongeBob Comics #68 was published. 2018: Mustard O’Mine premiered. 2023: The SpongeBob Best Episode Tournament: All-Stars Edition ends, with Dying for Pie being crowned the winner. 11th: 2001: Dumped premiered. 2006: SpongeBob SquarePants Diner Dash was released for PC and Mac. 2016: SpongeBob Comics #56 was published. 12th: 2001: Pressure and The Smoking Peanut premiered. 2006: Whale of a Birthday and Karate Island premiered. 2020: SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off was released. 2023: The 45th SWYAD begins, with the theme of Technology. This was the first SWYAD to be requested via King Neptune from SOF. 13th: 2005: The Lost Mattress and Krabs vs. Plankton premiered. 2015: SpongeBob Comics #44 was published and SpongeBob's Game Frenzy was released. 2022: Food PBFFT! Truck and Upturn Girls premiered. 2023: The 161st Pictionary is held, with the theme of Mixed and won by Appy. 14th: 2014: SpongeBob Comics #32 was published. 2022: The 118th Pictionary is held, with the theme of Amphibia and won by JCM. 15th: 2009: The Tom Kenny Collection was released on Amazon Prime Video and iTunes. 2017: May Mayhem ends, which the Drasticals won. Bike Safety Tips is released online. 2020: Mini May ends, which the Chum Buddies won. 2021: The 75th Pictionary is held, with the theme of Mixed and won by DarknessDG. 16th: 2020: The 31st Pictionary is held, with the theme of SBC Memes and won by Steel. 17th: 2002: Party Pooper Pants premiered. 2005: The cut version of Procrastination premiered. Happy Birthday, SpongeBob! was published. 2011: Hawk joined SBC. SpongeBob SquigglePants was released for the Nintendo 3DS. 18th: 2015: The extended version of Thank Gosh It's Monday was released. 19th: 2023: The Technology SWYAD ends. 20th: 2005: Skill Crane and Good Neighbors premiered. 2016: Spin-Off Festival 6 begins. 2022: Say Awww! and Patrick the Mailman premiered. 2023: The 162nd Pictionary is held, with the theme of SpongeBob Locations and won by Steel. 21st: 2012: SpongeBob Season 10 is announced. 2016: The 200th Jeopardy game is held, with the theme of Jeopardy and won by Fred. 2021: Spin-Off Festival 10 begins. 2022: The 119th Pictionary is held, with the theme of SpongeBob Music and won by Steel. 22nd: 2012: SpongeBob SportyPants! was published 2015: Spin-Off Festival 5 begins. 2020: Arcade Anarchy begins. 2021: The 76th Pictionary is held, with the theme of SBC Fanfiction and won by Steel. This was a part of Spin-Off Festival 10. 23rd: 2015: SpongeBob SubPants Adventure opened. 2020: The 32nd Pictionary is held, with the theme of Video Games and won by dman. This was a part of Arcade Anarchy. 24th: 2005: Fear of a Krabby Patty DVD and VHS were released. 2019: Spin-Off Festival 9 begins. 25th: 2004: Camp SpongeBob and Lights! Camera! Action! were published. 2013: Safe Deposit Krabs premiered. 2015: Katie joined SBC. 2018: Spin-Off Festival 8 begins. 2021: Kamp Koral Activity Book and Kamp Koral Joke Book were published. 26th: 2017: Spin-Off Festival 7 begins. 2023: The rest of Kamp Koral Season 1 is released on Paramount+. 27th: 2022: Spin-Off Festival 11 begins. 2023: The 163rd Pictionary is held, with the theme of Restaurants and won by DarknessDG. 28th: 2022: The 120th Pictionary is held, with the theme of SBC Fanfiction and won by dman. This was a part of Spin-Off Festival 11. 29th: 2020: The 200th Wheel of Fortune game is held, with the theme of Video Games and won by dman. This was a part of Arcade Anarchy. SpongeBob: Patty Pursuit was released. 2021: The 77th Pictionary is held, with the theme of Glove World and won by dman. 30th: 2016: BenPaz joined SBC. 2020: The 33rd Pictionary is held, with the theme of Minecraft and won by DarknessDG. This was a part of Arcade Anarchy. 31st: 2013: Spin-Off Festival 4 begins.
    2 points
  37. Says the man who once voiced The Lorax, a character that is almost IMPOSSIBLE to be more progressive than THAT!
    1 point
  38. There are now 2 weeks left to submit a best list! We are currently at 19 lists; only 11 away from 2021's! A this rate, we might even be able to pass 2021's amount of lists! If you want to submit a list, feel free to DM me your list either on here or on discord. The deadline is June 6th at 12:00 AM EST (so essentially until the end of June 5th).
    1 point
  39. I said I don't want any damn vegetables.
    1 point
  40. Actually, "Too Many Patricks" aired earlier today WITH "Tatoo Hullabaloo".
    1 point
  41. The Sponge Who Could Fly is a good episode IMO. I like the songs during it, and there's some good jokes throughout it. But weirdly enough, this is one of the few episodes where the patchy scenes are actually better than the SB scenes. Patchy's adventure to find the lost episode, turning it on only to get the cheap walk cycles, and then especially the I'M GETTING RID OF ALL MY SPONGEBOB STUFF scene, is just hilarious. The episode would just be okay without the patchy scenes, but the patchy scenes are actually what makes this episode good, which is very rare. Gullible Pants is such a boring episode and it's on my bottom 25. I never really understood why this episode only ever managed to get onto HMs, so I'm glad to see it in HMs again (which this time, is basically like just making it onto the list for previous ones since its still in bottom 50). This episode is just so painfully boring, and every attempt at humor is so unfunny and lame, and even gross or confusing at times. It's such a strange and stupid episode and I don't like it at all. In hindsight, a lot of season 6 episodes were way better than they're given credit for, but this is not one of them. This one sucks. The Battle of Bikini Bottom is a trash () episode and was #2 on my list. I hate it so much. Grossout is my least favorite type of humor, and the grossout that appears occasionally throughout the show is easily my least favorite aspect of the show. And no episode does it worse than this episode, where outside of the first couple minutes (which have some genuinely funny moments), the only humor of the entire episode is just grossout. This episode is absolutely disgusting and is easily the one I find to be the grossest, which is saying something when episodes like Squid Baby exist. This episode is just painful for me to watch. The idea of Spongebob and Patrick fighting each other on two different sides of a war/battle is actually a really cool and fun concept, and this couldn't have failed at using it more. A clean vs dirty war is the worst possible idea they could have went with for the battle; not only is it an extremely lame idea, but it also causes the episode to be extremely gross and disgusting. Thank GOD they went back to the battle concept in season 6 with Sand Castles in the Sand, a battle idea that's actually cool and results in an amazing episode. The Splinter is one of those episodes that used to be very hated, but has seemingly fallen out of being one of the most hated episodes and no longer has the hatred to make it far into the list (or even at all in this case). But honestly? I don't think it deserved to stop being hated. Maybe bottom 10 is a bit too harsh, but this episode completely deserves at least bottom 25. This episode is another grossout based episode, and most of the humor in this episode just involves Spongebob's splinter gradually getting worse and worse, eventually becoming completely disgusting by the end. Not only is this episode gross because of this, but its also super boring. It doesn't feel like all that much happens, and its not funny at all either. The episode only really deviates from this once, when "Doctor Patrick" appears to help....and funnily enough, this is somehow worse than the rest of the episode. Patrick just sticks Spongebob's foot in his mouth for like 2 minutes, makes the splinter even worse, and that's about it. Yeah, this episode didn't need to fall out of the bottom 30. It should've been One Coarse Meal instead. Hide and Then What Happens? is another very boring episode with very few jokes. Patrick not understanding the game and just forgetting about it completely wasn't funny, and that's pretty much the only joke in the entire episode; and the rest of the episode is just boring too. That being said, its at least not gross, annoying, has a nonsensical plot, and has terrible characterization. I also like Patrick NotStar; his existence is pretty funny. I kinda get why people put this on their worst list, but I think there's worse episodes. But I do think this is a good place to put it on a worst list; bottom 50, but not bottom 30. Waiting is just a boring episode, slightly helped by its shorter runtime, not helped at all by its terrible characterization. Spongebob is a complete fucking asshole in this episode for some reason, and its all because he's so impatient about getting a toy exactly when it delivers. And then he starts crying like a baby when he "breaks" it. Such an annoying episode, it'd probably make my list if it was a full length episode and I had to sit through extra minutes of it. Face Freeze is a terrible episode and was #3 on my list. I can't believe you guys let this fall off of the list like what does this episode even have to let itself be above bottom 30? This episode is probably the most boring episode of the entire series. There's virtually nothing in this entire episode except for a collection of the absolute worst facial expressions ever put into the series. Like, this episode would already be bottom 15 if the faces weren't gross, because of how boring and empty it is; there's no jokes, or anything remotely interesting at all except for the facial expressions. But then they had to go and make them ugly as hell (and usually even outright disgusting) too, making this episode also one of the grossest of the series. So this episode is both extremely boring and very gross, with almost no jokes or even really anything at all except the gross faces. The ending doesn't even make any sense either; like ok, Spongebob and Patrick kept their faces for a whole night, it makes sense for them to get face freeze. But then Squidward and Mr Krabs had their faces for just a couple seconds and get it??? What the fuck? Also, shoutouts to Boating Buddies, Atlantis Squarepantis, and All That Glitters finally not being on a worst list, not even in HMs. These episodes are good and never deserved to be on here. Also nice to not see Doodle Dimension here at all either.
    1 point
  42. A good and chaotic show that will make you very hungry.
    1 point
  43. Couple eps behind so I'll be brief this time: KBBB sux but I think it missed my list this time. Lacking in funny and in any merit of watching WhoBob WhatPants is also bad, probably the first episode in order I really don't like. Outside of a couple sight gags and maybe mildly funny lines there's nothing good to really come back to. Didn't make my list though. YM&M was an easy contender for my list. Such a bad episode. Sometimes criticisms of Patrick being insufferable are overblown, but not here. Hard pressed to find anything to enjoy about what amounts to two oversized toddlers fighting over a toy. Summer Job is so bad bro. Should have stuck this on my list. 11 minutes straight of pure dead air. There's another episode I hope makes the list that's even worse in this regard though. OCM is not that bad. Plankton being driven nearly to suicide was kind of wtf and Spongebob backstabbing him at the end was insidious but the opening scene was genuinely one of the best sequences in the entirety of season 7. I don't think this episode is much more than mid in the long run. Also Wacky Bucks is one of the few actually funny jokes this season pulled off. SitKwS easily made my list. Nothing funny about it, just pure tedium and poorly written background fish. Nothing good to write about this one.
    1 point
  44. I would argue that Little Yellow Book is a touch overhated, but outside of Krabs wearing a kilt and "P-p-plaid?!", it doesn't really have much going for it. The Bikini Bottomites were pretty unlikeable in this one alongside Squidward, and overall, it's another episode that's suffering from a massive amount of padding. Criticizing APFG nowadays is essentially the equivalent of beating a dead horse since everyone and their cat has probably talked about the episode from 2013-2016, but yeah, it's still a garbage episode that portrays SpongeBob at his worst. I can't really take the quote "Gary! You put Puffy Fluffy down right now!" all that seriously; in fact, I do find it funny out of context. SpongeBob overpronouncing "enchiladas" was also pretty chuckle-worthy, and Puffy Fluffy's monster design was cool, even if it feels out of place. I wanted to give this episode another chance, but SpongeBob came across as oblivious at best and downright abusive at worst. Main Drain might as well be renamed "The Lame Drain". The twist ending is another bad case of lazy writing, and the plot feels as empty as the Bootes Void. It's like any attempt at a cohesive story or anything with entertainment value went down the drain (*laugh track*) and landed into season 7's sewer of tedium. The problems with Squid's Visit are pretty obvious from the start, so I can't bring myself to defend this episode. SpongeBob came across as a stalker with no sense of boundaries, and the beginning of the episode was one of the show's most annoying ones. It's not like this episode is going to give me nightmares, but SpongeBob was wayyy out of character here. The few jokes that this episode had weren't really that funny besides Squidward having a tea party with the vacuum, so yeah, it's not an episode that I am looking forward to rewatching.
    1 point
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