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  1. EPISODE II - MISCELLANEOUS CHARACTERS The Star Wars galaxy has such a variety of characters that for this episode, we'll be taking a look at five random people that didn't quite fit in our other categories, but are equally important all the same. So what have they been up to? Ben Quadinaros Following the grand race at the Boonta Eve Classic, Ben continued his podracing career into the rise of the Empire. He even got a lucrative brand deal with Rydonium Incorporated and became one of their star sponsors. He later retired from his podracing career after the fall of the Empire, going off to relax on a farm and feeling he contributed all he could to life. He contently watched as the sun set on a grateful universe. Unkar Plutt Plutt was furious after losing his most valuable scavenger, and his junk trading career came to a pause following the First Order’s takeover over the galaxy, frustrating him even more. After some anger management classes, he decided to pursue a new career: rapping, taking on the stage name of “Unkinem”. His albums sold decently well, and “The Junk Show” peaked at #1 on the Galactic Billboard. Will the real slim plutty please stand up? GH-7 After failing to keep Padme alive, GH-7’s reputation dwindled among many medical professionals and droids across the galaxy. It hurt the droid’s self-esteem so much that its medical quality began to severely deteriorate under the Empire. GH-7 was eventually reassigned to being an inventory droid, abandoned and forgotten about in the grand galactic history. Unverified sources state the droid later deactivated itself and it was last seen being sold off at Batuu. Remember, kids: Always take a medical profession seriously. Watto Watto ran his shop for many more years, as the Empire rose and fell, and the First Order followed suit. One day, when he was a very, very old Toydarian, a young woman visited his shop. “My name is Rey. I’m looking for a job.” “Rey? Rey what?” “Rey… Skywalker.” The Skywalkers were now back to where they started: peddling Watto’s wares. At least it got them away from all that Jedi nonsense. Finis Valorum After his time in office concluded, former Chancellor Valorum lived a quiet, isolated life, and took up being a painter as his primary pastime. It is said he came to regret everything about galaxy politics after seeing his successor Emperor Palpatine's rule over the galaxy, wondering what he had brought upon them. He reflected these sorrows in his somber and darker artworks. Next time, we'll be shedding the light on the fates of several obscure Jedi sorcerers.
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  2. EPISODE I – BOUNTY HUNTERS The Empire certainly didn't need their scum, but their fame and deadly efficiency has made them some of the most interesting people in the galaxy. So what have they been up to? Zuckuss Zuckuss failed to catch Han Solo before Boba Fett did, which he took very personally. From then on, he chose to focus on capturing targets more suited to his insect tastes, such as rotting garbage and bright, ultraviolet light. Thankfully, he’s much happier this way. 4-LOM 4-LOM failed to catch Solo as well, which made him realize bounty hunting just wasn’t for him anymore. Using his exceptional programming skills, he left the field to become an elite video game developer. His last whereabouts indicated that he travelled to the future, to another galaxy far, far away, to work for a company called Game Freak. Beedo After his brother Greedo was tragically shot by Han Solo (he traumatizes every bounty hunter in the galaxy, it seems), he sought to avenge his fallen comrade. He eagerly went around multiple cantinas across the galaxy, and sat patiently, waiting for Han to stroll in so he could shoot first. He still took on some small bounty jobs in the interim, but he kept a low profile. Rumors say every so often you’ll find Beedo sitting in the corner like a weirdo at random cantinas, still waiting for Han to come to him... Bossk Bossk, a Jabba’s Palace VIP, died a horrible fiery death when the sail barge exploded, having spent his last moments partying with enslaved alien bikini babes. Luckily for him though, his reptilian ancestry allowed his remains to regenerate into Baby Bossk, who lives a bitter and resentful life in Grogu’s shadow. Dengar After the Battle of Jakku, Dengar continued good ol’ fashioned bounty hunting with his bros. However, at some point, he ended up in a horrific hunting accident, which led to his body needing extensive repairs. When they were finished fixing him, he had been reborn into Robo Dengar. His fellow hunter buddies now mockingly call him a “clanker”, which is strongly recommended something you NOT say to him or you’ll end up facing Robo Dengar’s rampage. That's it for this episode. Tune in next time, where we examine the legacies of a mish-mash of many people.
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  3. this is honestly pretty compelling, it's plausible
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  4. How do I put this lightly... Krusty Krab Training Video is extremely overrated. Audience: Boo! You Stink! Okay, Okay! Here’s my opinion: Krusty Krab Training Video isn’t the best episode. It’s actually only decent. Seriously, people only like it because it’s a unique and complete break in format to make a documentary episode. Krusty Krab Training Video is severely overrated and people only like it because it’s different. They say it’s the best episode ever. They say that the Sopranos style Fake-Out ending is the best ending in the series. They say that the funniest quote is “P.O.O.P. - People Order Our Patties” when it really isn’t my opinion! To be honest, I didn’t laugh! It was not funny! Episodes such as Slide Whistle Stooges, Stuck in the Wringer, The Card, A Pal for Gary etc. All said to be less funny than KKTV! It’s not fair! Give those episodes the spotlight please! Here are some better quotes that are funnier: "Gary! You put Puffy Fluffy down right now!" “You can't always expect my usual brand of stupidity. I like to mix it up. Keep you on your toes" “What a lucky break! Now I have a captive audience!” ”Baby Assaulter!” ”You know kid, your body isn’t the problem. It’s your heart.” ”Have you learned nothing about sharing?” ”Well geez Gary, make up your mind. Is it water, or fire???” "I've been doing some calculating and it turns out that I'll save a whole nickel if I cut your salary. Completely!" And yet those lines are considered less funny, combined, than one single stupid line? Really? Those episodes are 100X better! You will probably flame me for this, but I don’t like Krusty Krab Training Video (KKTV). I just don’t. It’s not funny. It really isn’t. I think that you will scream at me for my opinion, but please respect my opinion. Look, “My Leg!” is still my worst episode, but I take back what I said about not being friends with people who liked this episode. That is okay. It’s their opinion and I realize that now even if it’s a fact “My Leg!” is awful. But I do not respect people’s opinion if they say that “If you don’t like my opinion, you’re dumb” or anything like that. I’m done with this SHORT discussion. Please DO NOT flame me.
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  5. Cave Dwelling Sponge: 6/10 The Clam Whisper: 5/10 Spot Returns: 9/10 The Check-Up: 8/10 Spin The Bottle: 5/10 There's A Sponge In My Soup: 9/10 Man Ray Returns: 8/10 Larry The Floor Manager: 8/10 The Legend Of The Boo-Kini Bottom: 10/10 Stuck On The Roof: 4/10 No Pictures, Please: 6/10 Krabby Patty Creature Feature: 2/10 Teacher's Pests: 9/10 Sanitation Insanity: 7/10 Bunny Hunt: 4/10 Squid Noir: 9/10 ScavengerPants: 7/10 Cuddle E. Hugs: 5/10 Pat the Horse: 3/10 Chatterbox Gary: 7/10 Don’t Feed the Clowns: 5/10 Drive Happy: 7/10 Old Man Patrick: 4/10 Fun-Sized Friends: 4/10 Grandmum’s the Word: 8/10 Doodle Dimension: 4/10 Moving Bubble Bass: 5/10 High Sea Diving: 9/10 Bottle Burglars: 8/10 My Leg!: 0/10 too wacky (Joking it’s a 9/10) Ink Lemonade: 1/10 Mustard O’ Mine: 8/10 Shopping List: 8/10 Whale Watching: 8/10 Krusty Kleaners: 7/10 Patnocchio: 7/10 ChefBob: 9/10 Library Cards: 4/10 Plankton Paranoia: 10/10 Surf N’ Turf: 8/10 Call The Cops!: 8/10 Goons On The Moon: 7/10 Appointment TV: 7/10 Karen’s Virus: 10/10 The Night Patty: 6/10 (This is one of the weirdest episodes to date, grade subject to change) The Grill Is Gone!: 7/10 Bubbletown: 9/10 Girls Night Out: 6/10 Squirrel Jelly: 3/10 The String: 8/10 29 Good Episodes (7/10 or higher) 13 Average Episodes 9 Bad Episodes (4/10 or lower) Overall Grade: 7/10 (GOOD Season) Overall, I’d say that this a solid season. It fully embraced the new experimental, trippy direction that Season 10 began to set up. However, it did get mixed towards the middle and you can’t ignore that some of these episodes are just downright weird and out-there (Soup, Cuddle, Night Patty etc.). If I were to recommend the season to a friend, skip all the Patrick episodes: even discounting Ink they really dumbed him down and any episode he appeared in more than a second of dragged it down overall. The rest of the characters are written really well, especially Mr. Krabs, the SpongeBob and Squidward team-ups, and nearly all of the Returning One-Timers. The best episodes rank among my favorites of the entire series. However, the small handful of bad episodes and continuing problems from Season 10 may signal another steep decline in the show’s quality if not improved in Season 12. BOTTOM FIVE: Ink Lemonade (lol why I am even ranking this one) Krabby Patty Creature Feature (Besides perhaps #1 I cannot think of a single episode this fundamentally broken and against the show’s values, that goes this out of its way to be disturbing and frightening to the viewers.) Squirrel Jelly (This did not need to be 16 minutes at all, and is Sandy’s worst appearance to date.) Pat The Horse (This would be the stupidest episode to date if not for Nitwitting making me somehow appreciate it.) Fun-Sized Friends (Just another unpleasant, run-of-the-mill Patrick episode) TOP FIVE: Karen’s Virus (Definitely the most ambitious and creative story they had to tell this season, if not in the show period. It felt like a huge adventure with so much beautifully stylized locations, a threatening villain, great setup and jokes. And it was balanced extremely well with the comic relief outside the digital realm. Best episode ever is a stretch, but it does what it wants so perfectly that it ranks among my Top 25 favorites of the series.) Plankton Paranoia (This is a fantastic character study. It successfully shows how Mr. Krabs is impacted by Plankton even when he’s not around, with him really going off the deep end into insanity for a problem he’s grown accustomed to. It’s as if he couldn’t live without the daily fun of foiling Plankton’s plans—it makes perfect sense for his character. I loved the jokes of Mr. Krabs banning customers just to stay focused. The climax or Krabs arc before the twist is one of the most beautifully atmospheric moments in the show—and I did not see that twist coming. If you haven’t seen this, I won’t spoil it. ) The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom (The stop-motion and mix of different art styles is gorgeous, the story is charming, all the characters from SpongeBob to the Flying Dutchman are top-notch, and the stakes are quite high. This is the full package and an instant classic) There’s a Sponge in my Soup (This is an out-there, unusual, and experimental episode but it works extremely well. A story about hippies works great with the show’s new direction. The visuals and quotes are beautiful and hilarious, really embracing the 60’s. There are definitely a lot of students at my college who are hipster/high all the time and this episode would definitely be the one I’d recommend. High Sea Diving (I love the integration with real-life environmental issues in the SpongeBob world and how the characters use the trash for their entertainment and for the battle with Old Man Jenkins. There’s so much going on with SpongeBob aspiring to reach a new goal, being held back midway for some fun shenanigans before succeeding.) Overall, there’s more good here than bad for sure. I could make a Top 10 and still not be done with great episodes, which I couldn’t say since Season 5.
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  6. I never really found Shanghaied to be one of the strongest episodes of the show. It’s hilarious, yes, but I find it’s story (length, the somewhat dated interactive element with the endings, spserated skit style) to be too awkwardly structured for it to make my personal Top 50. Still, it’s very good and I’m glad to see it here.
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  7. So I've started to work on a new project in Squidville. With the help of crushingmayhem's WorldEdit, here are the beginnings of the University of SpongeCraftia. A comprehensive educational institution for players to party and for villagers to get smarter. It's begun with a clock tower that photographs well in brochures but serves no purpose, and the Quad is complete for now. My next step would be to build an academic building and a library on either side of it. Night View:
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  8. Created a channel on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/TheGameOn12
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  9. I saw Big Hero 6 and it was awesomah.
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  10. The last 4 topics have no posts in them for some reason.
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  11. Season 5 S6 was one of the best ones in my option, it had good episodes.
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