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  1. 22. "The gentle laborer shall no longer suffer from the noxious greed of Mr. Krabs!" Squid on Strike - 128 points 6 of 35 lists (Highest placing #1, @Jjs Goodman@The Red Lizard) (+2) Season: 2 Writers: Walt Dohrn, Paul Tibbitt, Mark O’Hare Plot: Squidward and SpongeBob go on strike. This is another really funny season 2 episode. The dynamic between Squidward and SpongeBob is great in this episode and really helps with the episode; Squidward genuinely wants to strike and get better treatment, while Spongebob doesn’t care and just goes along with it because Squidward wants him too, despite not knowing what a strike is. Seeing Squidward trash on the Krusty Krab and try to do a serious strike, and actually do a good job at it, while Spongebob is just sad that he got fired and just keeps helping and praising the Krusty Krab the whole time is hilarious. Spongebob taking Squidward’s speech literally, and actually destroying the Krusty Krab and dismantling it board by board, is also hilarious, made even funnier by the fact that Squidward probably got a good deal for himself during his chat with Mr Krabs. And of course, I have to mention Squidward being a communist in this episode. Him talking about things like how workers need to be treated way better and that big business needs to be dismantled is very funny, especially considering this is in a show like Spongebob. Overall, I’m glad we have comrade Squidward on our side. 21. "I didn't know this was a play" Truth or Square - 137 points 6 of 35 lists (Highest placement #1, @WinterArcanine@magic the veemon) (+8) 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 This episode is very divisive, but in my opinion, this episode is a true masterpiece. This episode was one of, if not my absolute favorite episodes as a kid, and it will forever be one of my favorites. I’m so happy that it made it onto the list, and that it rose to be even higher than before! Of course, this episode is very widely hated, so this is gonna take a while for me to write about compared to other episodes. So anyway: This episode has a lot of-ok fine here’s the real #21 21. "You like Krabby Patties, don't you Squidward?" Just One Bite - 141 points 8 of 35 lists (Highest placement #3, @ThePickleMan) (-9) Season: 3 Writers: Jay Lender, Sam Henderson, and Merriwether Williams Plot: SpongeBob tries to get Squidward to try a Krabby Patty. It’s crazy that it took this long for season 3 to appear on the list. This episode is easily one of my favorites of the entire series, it’s just so funny. In fact, it was #4 on my list. It says a lot that this episode is exceptionally funny even for pre-movie standards; this episode is just constantly bringing out some of the best jokes of the entire series. There’s been multiple times where I’ll randomly remember a funny Spongebob joke, try to remember what episode it’s even from, realize it’s from this episode, and think “Oh of course that joke is also from this episode”. As someone who doesn’t eat all that many different kinds of foods, I can definitely relate to Squidward not wanting to try a Krabby Patty while SpongeBob constantly bugs him about it, and also him taking the tiniest little bite out of a Krabby Patty (shoutouts to @Wumbo). Now admittedly, I rarely actually like a new food no matter how much someone insists I like it, but I CAN relate to turning out to like something that I hated for no reason, which is exactly what happens to Squidward here. The fact that Squidward goes on a whole rant about how terrible Krabby Patties are, only for it to turn out that he actually loved it and just didn’t want to tell SpongeBob, is absolutely hilarious. Squidward constantly trying to eat a Krabby Patty without SpongeBob noticing is also hilarious, and it’s funny how his desire to get one reaches the point where he burns himself on the grill and eats garbage trying to eat one. He even has a dream about loving, marrying, fucking, and dying with a Krabby Patty which is absolutely hilarious and one of the funniest moments of the series to me. I could go on and on about the many great jokes in this episode. While I’m disappointed that this episode fell a bit, I’m very glad to see it appear on the list.
    8 points
  2. 16. "We shall never deny a guest, not even the most ridiculous request" Krusty Towers - 164 points 9 of 35 lists (Highest placement #3, @Clappy) (+3) Season: 4 Writers: Luke Brookshier, Tom King and Steven Banks Plot: Mr. Krabs turns the Krusty Krab into a hotel. This episode was constantly competing with Fear of a Krabby Patty for which one would be the higher Season 4 episode throughout the entire existence of this list. Seriously, it switched around constantly, and they were usually right next to each other too. Krusty Towers ended up just barely winning in the end. This episode is so hilarious, and is one of the most popular episodes after the first three seasons. Both halves of the episode are hilarious in different ways. The first half is hilarious because of what Squidward has to do as an employee at the hotel. The employee elevator just being a flight of stairs is absolutely hilarious. Squidward having to do the dumbest shit for Patrick like carrying his suitcases full of rocks up all the stairs and giving him a bubble bath, because “We shall never deny a guest, not even the most ridiculous request!” is hilarious. And then Squidward flips the whole thing around by quitting and returning as a guest, and forcing Mr Krabs and SpongeBob to do stupid shit for him instead, such as repainting the room like ten times before bringing it back to how it was before. The whole fake out sequence with Squidward’s grandma is absolutely hilarious. This episode was on my list at #15, because of how hilarious it is. I’m very glad to see it so high on the list. 15. "There's never been any ice, ice is just a myth!" Nasty Patty - 170 points 10 of 35 lists (Highest placement #4, @So Sejima @Yummylesecond) (-5) Season: 3 Writers: Paul Tibbitt, Kaz, and Mark O’Hare Plot: SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs think they murdered the health inspector The fact that a SpongeBob episode involves SpongeBob and Mr Krabs thinking they murdered a health inspector is so funny. You would never expect that from a Nickelodeon show. But this is Spongebob, they do things like that. The fact that they make a terrible patty for the health inspector, thinking he was an imposter, only to realize that wasn’t the fake inspector, is very funny. The thing that makes this absolutely hilarious though, is that the police come in. Right when they finish burying the body, the police suddenly appear in the middle of nowhere. Spongebob and Mr Krabs having to hide that they killed someone and hid the body is hilarious, and the body returning from the ground and therefore being in the trunk of the police car and they have to hide the body again somehow, makes it even funnier. Then Spongebob and Mr Krabs going crazy when the police try to enter the freezer where the body is, saying things like ice being a myth, and then finally admitting to it but then also blaming the other for it, is hilarious, and my favorite part of the episode. Overall, this episode deserves to make the list for having such a hilarious concept and so many funny jokes.
    6 points
  3. 18. "Squidward, the robots are running the Navy!" Krab Borg - 150 points 9 of 35 lists (Highest placement #3, @BenPaz) (+10) Season: 3 Writers: Paul Tibbitt, Kent Osborne, and Mark O’Hare Plot: SpongeBob and Squidward think Mr. Krabs is a robot. For some reason, I used to consider this episode overrated. And I was wrong about that, this episode is fantastic. This episode is so hilarious. It’s already really funny seeing SpongeBob somehow think Mr Krabs is a robot, while Squidward is trying to show SpongeBob how ridiculous it is to think Mr Krabs is a robot. But then when Squidward also becomes convinced? That’s the cherry on top. Seeing SpongeBob and Squidward both think Mr Krabs is a robot is so funny, and their interrogation of “robot” Krabs is hilarious. Squidward destroying Mr Krab’s items to get him to reveal he’s a robot is really funny, and the cash register being what causes him to finally show emotion is funny. I also love how it turns out the ending to the movie that got Spongebob so scared of robots was just that the robots were their imagination. It’s also funny how everytime Spongebob thinks of a robot trait, Mr Krabs suddenly appears to have it, and seeing what was actually happening makes it even funnier. Ultimately, Robot Krabs never hugged you, and that is rather sad, but you can hug yourself during your break. NOW GET BACK TO WORK!!! 17. "Anyone know how many days it’s been, I lost track" Fear of a Krabby Patty - 156 points 8 of 35 lists (Highest placement #1, @Steel Sponge) (+14) Season: 4 Writers: C.H. Greenblatt and Paul Tibbitt Plot: SpongeBob becomes afraid of Krabby Patties. It’s a common misconception among people who watched the show as a kid and aren’t in the fanbase that every episode (except maybe Krusty Towers) after the first movie is a bad episode. And this episode instantly proves that wrong. It’s the very first post-movie episode, and it's great. Plankton’s plan being to make SpongeBob go so insane from sleep deprivation that he becomes terrified of Krabby Patties is very interesting, and it’s funny to see SpongeBob see everyone as a Krabby Patty. There’s so many funny jokes in this episode, like the old man just randomly floating around and being confused, and Spongebob somehow getting a piano to fall on Plankton multiple times. The dream sequence at the end is also very cool, and it’s funny that the Krabby Patty there is actually nice. This is one of many great season 4 episodes.
    6 points
  4. 20. "You doodle! Me SpongeBob!" Frankendoodle - 145 points 8 of 35 lists (Highest placement #3, @NegiSpongie@CDCB) (-5) Season: 2 Writers: Walt Dohrn, Paul Tibbitt, and Merriwether Williams Plot: SpongeBob creates the evil DoodleBob. This was on my list at #9. The concept of a pencil from above the ocean becoming magical underwater is very neat. It's interesting to see what the pencil can make underwater, particularly Doodlebob. Doodlebob is the thing that makes me love this episode so much. He’s such a silly and funny character. This magical doodle of Spongebob just being an insane psychopath that speaks funny gibberish is hilarious and makes for a great Spongebob villain. He’s honestly one of my favorite characters of the series despite being in like three episodes. He’s just such a funny character, his gibberish is funny and he has a bunch of other funny moments too like beating up Squidward. There’s a whole bunch of other good jokes in this episode too, such as FINLAND and “take it easy, it’s just a drawing”. The artist at sea is also funny. He gives an important moral that all children need; if you go to the middle of the ocean to draw, you need to make sure you bring a spare pencil. This is a classic Spongebob episode, and I’m very glad to see this episode make the list again. 19. "Everything is chrome in the future!" SB-129 - 147 points 9 of 35 lists (Highest placement #1, @WhoBibbles) (-3) Season: 1 Writers: Aaron Springer, Erik Wiese, and Doug Lawrence Plot: Squidward accidentally freezes himself, sending him to the far future This is my favorite episode of Season 1, so I’m glad it made the list. It was #11 on my list. This is such a cool episode with fun time travel shenanigans. Everything being chrome in the future is iconic, and Squidward’s reaction to all the changes in the future is very funny. The past sequence is also funny, and it’s funny to see Spongebob and Patrick as ancient gorilla-like beings. The fact that Squidward accidentally invents jellyfishing by showing it to them is also very funny. But the absolute best part of the episode is the third section. The trippiness and eerieness of the blank white void, with absolutely nothing there, is very cool and interesting, and the sudden ALONEs that appear when Squidward lays down to relax by himself adds to the vibe. Squidward eventually realizing how scary the idea of being completely alone with just him and his clarinet for the rest of his life and becoming desperate to just return home is very cool as well. Overall, this is a very cool and unique episode with plenty of cool locations.
    6 points
  5. 12. "But the door is locked, and the only way out is through the... perfume department" Shanghaied - 204 points 10 of 35 lists (Highest placement #2, @PatBack) (-6) Season: 2 Writers: Aaron Springer, C.H. Greenblatt, and Merriwether Williams Plot: Squidward, Patrick, and SpongeBob board the Flying Dutchman's ship. This is yet another hilarious episode. The Flying Dutchman is a rare but very funny and cool character, and his ghost ship is very cool. It’s so funny how technically SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward are all involved in this whole episode, but Squidward is only there for like half of it because he’s just spending most of the episode in whatever the fuck the demonic thing he’s in is. The episode has so many funny moments like Spongebob and Patrick trying to howl, Spongebob saying “you’re good” when the bottom half of the ship gets destroyed, Spongebob and Patrick trying to jump off the ship but landing back on it every single time, “I wish we knew that earlier” counting as one of the three wishes, and so many other funny jokes. The best one of all is the perfume department; it’s so random, but also so funny. The different endings gimmick is very neat too. I’m very glad to see this episode once again make the list. 11. "I have more imagination in one tentacle than you two have in your whole bodies!" Idiot Box - 209 points 12 of 35 lists (Highest placement #3, @OWM) (+6) Season: 3 Writers: Paul Tibbitt, Kent Osborne, and Merriwether Williams Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick use their imagination to play with an empty box. I’m relieved to see that the existence of this episode’s terrible sequel, Squidiot Box, didn’t hurt its placement on the list at all. This episode really shows the characterization of SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward well; SpongeBob and Patrick are more playful and imaginative, and are able to have tons of fun with just a box. Meanwhile, Squidward doesn’t have as much imagination (despite what the quote above suggests) and is much grumpier, and could never find fun in just a simple box. This episode is very mysterious, as much of it is left a mystery. What’s causing those sounds? Are Spongebob and Patrick’s imagination somehow manifesting it? Does the box itself somehow make those noises? Are Spongebob and Patrick using sound recordings to fuck with Squidward like he thought? Is Squidward just going insane and those sounds aren’t real? The episode never explains this, and I think that’s part of the fun of this episode; You don’t truly understand what’s happening, but you know that Spongebob and Patrick are having a lot of fun using just their imagination, in a way Squidward can’t grasp. The twist at the end that Squidward wasn’t actually making any sounds from imagination, and the box was just actually in a garbage truck, is very funny. I also love how dark Spongebob and Patrick’s mountain climbing imagination becomes. Overall, this episode is a very fun and interesting episode, that Nickelodeon appears to not quite understand judging by how Squidiot Box is.
    5 points
  6. 14. "How am I supposed to eat this pizza without my drink?!" Pizza Delivery - 174 points 10 of 35 lists (Highest placement #3, @CakeCup@Katniss) (+4) Season: 1 Writers: Sherm Cohen, Aaron Springer, and Peter Burns Plot: SpongeBob and Squidward deliver a pizza. This episode is an absolute classic, and probably the episode that truly got people to first love Spongebob. This episode is always one of the earliest episodes of the series to make the list. It’s such a fun and funny episode filled with tons of humor that show SpongeBob and Squidward’s characterization very well. SpongeBob refuses to let go of the Pizza, as it must be delivered to the customer, while Squidward doesn’t care and just wants to eat it and return back home. There are many hilarious and classic jokes throughout the episode, like the tornado stopping for Spongebob to gasp at Squidward not caring about the customer, the krusty krab pizza song, and the boulder that SpongeBob can somehow ride. And of course, the ending is fantastic. The customer finally gets their order after all this time, but is just pissed about how there’s no drink for it (and not the fact that it took about 24 hours, for some reason), even though he never ordered a drink in the first place. It’s so sad to see Spongebob get so upset from the customer, and it’s very satisfying to see Squidward of all people defend him and get pissed at the customer for being a jerk. Overall, this is a great episode that’s both fun and funny, and has fantastic characterization for both SpongeBob and Squidward. 13. "Hey Patrick, how the are ya?" Sailor Mouth - 184 points 9 of 35 lists (Highest placement #2, @BenPaz) (0) Season: 2 Writers: Walt Dohrn, Paul Tibbitt, and Merriwether Williams Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick learn a bad word on the dumpster behind the Krusty Krab. The idea of SpongeBob and Patrick learning a swear word and saying it a lot without realizing it’s a bad word is hilarious, and fits their characterization very well. I love the choice to censor the swear words by using Dolphin chirps, as well as other underwater and sailor themed sounds; it’s very unique, and fits the show well. SpongeBob and Patrick walking into the Krusty Krab and constantly using the word, even over the speaker, is really funny. It’s also really funny how, right after learning that the word is in fact a swear word, SpongeBob almost immediately uses it the right way after getting pissed at a (in his defense, very unfair) game. It’s also very funny how, after Mr Krabs scolds Spongebob and Patrick for swearing, he starts using all the swear words himself after hitting his foot on a rock. And SpongeBob and Patrick going to his mom to tell HER about Mr Krabs swearing is also really funny. This episode has a really funny concept, and does a very good job at making it very funny.
    5 points
  7. 10. "Who wants a Krabby Patty at 3 in the morning?!" Graveyard Shift - 215 points 12 of 35 lists (Highest placement #3, @Meko1432@Yummylesecond) (+1) Season: 2 Writers: Doug Lawrence, Jay Lender, and Dan Povenmire Plot: SpongeBob and Squidward work the night shift. This is another classic and fantastic episode, and a great way to begin the top 10. The spooky atmosphere of this episode, taking place in the middle of the night, is fantastic, and really helps make the episode seem creepier. The story of the Hash Slinging Slasher is very funny, but the best thing about it is how it looks like it’s actually happening, despite Squidward simply making it up. The lights flickering on and off, then the phone ringing with no one there, the walls oozing green slime (oh wait they always do that), and then the bus dropping off a scary-looking figure with a spatula hand, is so funny, and the explanation for what was actually happening is very funny (especially the light flickering just being Nosferatu, who’s just treated like a common appearance despite literally never appearing before). Spongebob being so terrified to throw out the trash at night is also very funny, and I like how he keeps eating his hands while Squidward tells his story. The one thing I don’t like about the episode is SpongeBob’s screaming after Squidward finishes the story, which is honestly really annoying, but everything else about this episode is fantastic, and I’m glad it made it onto the list. 9. "I guess he just doesn't like you!" "Pretend to be somebody else!" The Camping Episode - 244 points 12 of 35 lists (Highest placement #1, @Clappy) (-1) Season: 3 Writers: Jay Lender, Sam Henderson, and Merriwether Williams Plot: SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward go camping This is one of many hilarious season 3 episodes that I’m glad to see on the list. This episode is absolutely hilarious. Moments like the campfire song song, Patrick blowing marshmallows on Squidward, and Squidward failing to set up a tent are very funny, but the absolute best part of the episode is when Squidward Gets Mauled. Squidward doing all of the silly and random stuff to attract and anger a Sea Bear is really funny, and him getting attacked because of it is very funny karma. The fact that the Bear can’t attack anyone inside a drawn circle in the ground is really funny and makes literally no sense, and Squidward getting repeatedly getting attacked by the bear for stupid stuff is hilarious, especially when he didn’t even do anything and Spongebob just says “I don’t know, I guess he just doesn’t like you”. All of this could have just been avoided if Squidward didn’t feel so offended and challenged by Spongebob simply telling him to have a fun night indoors, when that was clearly not his intention. Overall, this episode is just hilarious, especially the sea bear moments.
    3 points
  8. Imagine, if you will, what would happen if a member by the name of Steel Sponge was a superintendent and was expecting an ‘unforgettable luncheon’ with SBC siterunner Jjs. The story is certainly one that is familiar, but perhaps you haven’t heard it like this. What if…? Episode 4: What if… Jjs purchased fast food and disguised it as his own cooking? Superintendent Steel Sponge was in for a real unforgettable luncheon once as Jjs invited him to his Steamed Hams server (despite Jjs’ rather confusing directions). However, things already took a turn for the worst when Jjs’ holographic meatloaf had already caught fire in the oven chatroom. Let’s face it, lunch is ruined. However, upon looking at the Burger King server, an idea occurred to him… “But what if…I were to purchase fast food and disguise it as my own cooking? Oh-ho-ho-ho-ho, delightfully devilish, Jjs!” Before Jjs could open up the window to the Burger King server, Steel the superintendent was already being observant and demanded an explanation… “Why is there smoke coming out of this channel, Jjs?” Steel asked. “It’s for the steamed hams we’re having. It’s in the name of the server after all,” Jjs responded. “Yeah you’re right, I’m an idiot. Well, I’ll be waiting for your steamed hams, just like you’ll waiting for one of my spin-offs to be updated.” Steel finished before returning to #table. Jjs, of course, had to hide the evidence of the burning meatloaf and so he sent it and eye witness JCM (in a cameo), into the Fly of Despair before making a beeline to the Burger King server, coming back with a fresh batch of borgers. “Say, where did the name ‘steamed hams’ come from anyway?” Steel asked. “I don’t know,” Jjs said bluntly. “I suppose it’s a regional term from Eurobricks.” “I’ve never heard of it. I would’ve assumed you got it from Dead Homer Society.” One minute into the luncheon, Steel the superintendent would discover something was off… “You know, these look and taste very similar to the ones at Burger King.” Steel informed. “Well it sure as hell isn’t one of those burgers from Applebee’s.” Jjs remarked. “You’ve made a point there,” Steel replied. “These are patented Jjs Steamed Hams but Burger King stole the recipe from me.” “...Really?” “You know…I think we should be calling it a day. It is getting late.” “I guess I should be- GOOD LORD WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THERE!?” Steel suddenly cried out once he saw the Fly of Despair in the oven channel, let alone that the room was more engulfed in “steam.” “Oh you know, I’ve opened up a portal that transcends from here to the eighth dimension. You know, normal technological server stuff.” Jjs explained. “A portal to an alternate dimension? At this time of year? At this time of day? In this reality? Localized entirely within this Steamed Hams Discord server!?” Steel questioned. “Yes!” “Can I see it?” “Why not?” Both Steel and Jjs looked down at the Fly of Despair and could hear JCM crying out for help, saying “Jjs, the server is on fire!” “No JCM, it’s just the hyperspace time lapse kicking in,” Jjs reassured. “Jjs, you are an odd fellow, but I must say, that luncheon was a wholesome Reddit moment.” Steel finished. JCM was not heard from again, but may have found an end to the fly somewhere on his quest to recollect the time gears, accompanied by the carbonated holographic meatloaf. However, the luncheon between Jjs and Superintendent Steel remained an unforgettable one. I’m Jesse Ventura and this is Conspiracy Theory.
    3 points
  9. Today, I'll be posting the HMs! Because there are so many fantastic episodes of the show, and point-wise this could easily function as a top 50, I decided to make the HMs be all of 31-50! If an episode you really like hasn't made the list yet, and likely won't be in the top 10, this is a final chance for them. To make sure the post doesn't lag, these might be in two separate posts. But anyway: 41-50: 31-40 are on the next post.
    3 points
  10. The judges have decided and @SpongeOddFan's flag wins!
    2 points
  11. Garfield is a cat who says funny things.
    2 points
  12. the title says it all. Gotta keep those teeth clean!
    1 point
  13. "Truth Or Square" and "The Algae Is Always Greener" made my list at number 5 and number 11 respectively. I can't wait to see the top 10!
    1 point
  14. this is a movie that exists and I like lasagna 8/10
    1 point
  15. Wait it's all Philly? Always has been.
    1 point
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  17. 24. "The king is bad, the king's to blame, he hangs his kingly head in shame" Dunces and Dragons - 118 points 6 of 35 lists, (Highest ranking #1, @ThePickleMan) (+14) Season: 4 Writers: Zeus Cervas, Erik Wiese, and Tim Hill Plot: SpongeBob and Patrick end up in the Middle Ages, and have to go on a quest to defeat Planktonamor It’s nice to see this episode bounce back from its big fall last time. While it wasn’t on my list, it was close to it, being on my top 25. This is one of the funniest specials of the series; SpongeBob and Patrick going back in time to the medieval era is a concept that’s bound to create plenty of great jokes, as well as a fun adventure. It’s fun to see versions of all the SpongeBob characters in the medieval era; especially Squidly, he’s so funny. A jester version of Squidward is a funny idea, and all his songs are funny. Plankton being an evil Wizard who’s trying to take over the world is really cool as well. The final battle is cool, Medieval Sandy is cool, and there’s a lot of funny moments as well. I love how there’s a guillotine in this episode too; it’s not something you’d expect to see in SpongeBob, but it’s here. Overall, this is a very cool and funny episode in a great environment, and I’m glad to see it on the list. 23. "This kitchen's not the same without you" Welcome to the Chum Bucket - 126 points 6 of 35 lists (Highest ranking #1, @So Sejima) (-2) Season: 2 Writers: Walt Dohrn, Paul Tibbitt, and Doug Lawrence Plot: SpongeBob is forced to work at the Chum Bucket. I love this episode and I’m always glad to see it make the list. This is the first episode so far to be on my list; this episode was #7 on my list. The song in this episode is just amazing; It sounds fantastic, and the lyrics are genuinely sad. The whole beginning is pretty sad in general; Mr. Krabs lets his ego get to him a bit too much, and it causes SpongeBob to have to work at the Chum Bucket, which makes both of them very sad. Then in the second half, the episode becomes absolutely hilarious. SpongeBob won’t make patties unless Plankton makes him feel better, but when he tries being nice to him, he suddenly turns into a spoiled brat and just won’t make a Krabby Patty because he doesn’t feel like it. It’s really funny, and then Plankton putting SpongeBob’s brain into a robot only for the robot to then act the same way and refuse to make a Krabby Patty is absolutely hilarious. SpongeBob returning to the Krusty Krab simply because SpongeBob was such a pain in the ass for him to deal with is very funny (also of course Plankton just cheated to get him anyway, lol). This is a fantastic episode that has both good emotion and an amazing song, and great comedy, and it’s one of my favorite episodes of the show.
    1 point
  18. The SpongeBob Community, it is a forum that emerged from the ashes of tv.com. It’s a group of friends old and new. Once dedicating their time to appreciate the beloved cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants, now it’s a found family sharing their common interests beyond the realms of the cartoon. If I told you that years ago SBC was meant to merge with another SpongeBob fandom group called Encyclopedia SpongeBobia, would you believe me? Of course you wouldn’t. It’s a wild idea that never came to pass. Thankfully so but what would have happened If the staff of SBC had agreed to merge with ESB and it eventually had become an unstoppable consuming product? Find out in today’s episode of SBC What If’s… Episode 3: What If… SBC was owned by a corporation? We are on Earth-46853 and the year is 2013. SBC and ESB had an agreement of merging both places which eventually became The SpongeBob Universe. It was a scary idea that would require both forums adapting to each other’s environment and oh boy they adapted so fast, adapting into never ending arguments and drama but instead of this driving away the members, it eventually got bigger and bigger. Drama became about dragging the conversations, becoming an endless cycle of disagreement and distrust but oh boy members of SBC and ESB got into it. They had a kick out of trashing each other. Somehow SBC never matured because of dealing with ESB’s members and they realized they couldn’t contain all this drama in one big place. Year 2022 and Morbius movie was upon us. Sony decided to make an official Morbius discord server in anticipation of the movie. Reminder to those who read this tale, the movie was never gonna be successful…until SBU decided to raid the server and started trolling the members. It got so out of hand that it was time to shut down the server once and for all but one person who saw an opportunity in all of this chaos and that was Jared Leto, the guy who played Morbius himself. His evil nature decided that “wouldn’t it be the best if you guys could just own SBU?”. He offered it to Sony and Sony took it into consideration. Eventually Sony bought SBU but ESB members of SBU decided this is not gonna work at all, so they all fled and Sony realized that, deciding to eliminate ESB’s accounts once and for all. And they did it alright. Eventually all that was left was SBC members who saw the horrors of it and decided to stay on Sony's leash. Therefore Sony turned SBC into their new IP, a forum that is useful for everyone. But the problem was Sony owning a forum called SpongeBob Community and Paramount did not take this lightly. They decided that merging both companies was the wise option, so they sued Sony that if they don't hand over SBC property to them, they’ll own the entire company. Sony, scared shitless, decided to merge with Paramount and what became in the end was Sonymount company and with that, SBC took off. Year 2036 and SBC members realized that they are unable to age or change because Sonymount decided that the forum should become a forever place with members stuck in a status quo, unable to change, grow and learn. It resulted in them fighting each other over nothing that drove the franchise forward. As years passed by, Sonymount decided to convert every single company under their thumb so that it reached global status. Year 2070, everyone in the world became part of the SBC machine. Governments were dismantled, all that was left was Sonymount claiming rulership over the Earth, insistenting everyone to contribute to the SBC machine. Using everyone’s precious time to feed into capitalism. Merchandises were being made, everyone’s wealth got ruined in a second. Now everyone’s the slave of the forever cycle of discussing SpongeBob and exploiting original members of SBC’s souls so bad, Sonymount decided to turn them into AI generated members that will engage with the world. Year 2104 and the world got turned into an AI hell. Everyone got converted into robots that would feed the machine. Everyone lost, especially SBC members who realized that there’s no way of getting out of this mess. Until they came to the conclusion that 95 years passed by since the creation of SBC. And that meant one thing: Public Domain. The machine that is Sonymount realized that SBC can be freely used by everyone in the world, therefore breaking the cycle and freeing the original members of SBC as well as the rest of the world from the purgatory. Sonymount fell as the world was free from being slaves of the machine and everyone was free to do whatever they wanted. What original SBC members decided was that their time had passed and it was the moment they all accepted the sweet relief of death. They aged up so fast after forced immortality was over. The original members passed away and got the taste of peace for the first time ever.
    1 point
  19. In The Secret Box and Band Geeks, I've noticed that in certain parts like when the screen shakes, there's a blue frame around the screen. This can be seen when Patrick's box lands in SpongeBob lap or in Band Geeks when the band plays their music really loudly. So what is this? It's been bugging me for a really long time. Did someone make a mistake and not make the frame wide enough to fit the others? Or is it just a replay error? See that blue hue that appears and disappears after the next frame?
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