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4EverGreen Remembers

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  • Birthday 08/27/1985

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    Everyone has a right to their own opinion; I was the March 2017 Employee Of The Month; I Was King Neptune on 8-27-2020!
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  1. I finally started playing "Super Mario 3D All Stars" (which I had the foresight to buy a physical copy before they stopped selling them). I've already beaten through "Super Mario 64" completely, and that gives me two more games to play on it! Enough said for now, true believers!
  2. Happy Birthday tester, and tinkalila! Happy Birthday Cake!
  3. For me, it's got to be season 7. To paraphrase Squidward: "If I had a dollar for every season of "Spongebob Squarepants" you SHOULDN'T have HAD, I'd HAVE one dollar".
  4. I'm surprised that this character STILL hasn't actually APPEARED in an episode of "Spongebob Squarepants" yet, despite being confirmed as a character WAY back in season one in "Mermaid Man And Barnacle Boy II".
  5. Remember when Roy Orbison, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kurt Cobain, George Harrison, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, David Bowie, Maurice White, Paul Kantner, Prince, Tom Petty, Marty Balin, and Eddie Van Halen were all alive, and music DIDN'T suck?

    4EverGreen Remembers.

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    2. Agatha Harkness

      Agatha Harkness

      if you’re gonna let one person ruin music for you forever then that’s sad, dude 

    3. kev

      kev

      unlike the rest of those artists, justin bieber is still alive, what now? :mother:

    4. michael

      michael

      that blonde hair & pedo stache he had did more damage than any of his music could ,

  6. Happy Birthday Jasiu300499! Happy Birthday Cake!
  7. For me, the funniest part of the episode was when Spongebob and Patrick were watching the movie, and they thought that the sounds that Mr. Krabs was making, was actually PART of the movie! Also, I instantly knew that when Mr. Krabs told Spongebob to not let ANYBODY in through the door (but the mailbox slot is a loophole), that it would come back to BITE Mr. Krabs in the butt later! At least Mr. Krabs wasn't TOO upset with Spongebob, because he was just being a good house-sitter, and doing what he was told! Also, I'm glad they FINALLY brought up the fact that Patrick, as a sea star, DOESN'T hav
  8. I think the writers have FORGOTTEN how to write for Mrs. Puff, in terms of her ORIGINAL characterization! In the beginning of "Spongebob Squarepants", she WASN'T mentally unstable; she was a frustrated, but well-meaning, pretty well-adjusted adult, just trying to keep her Boating School together. But here, she's written as a mentally disturbed, former prison convict, who wants to SALT Gary, merely for unintentionally eating HER tomatoes! Talk about "Disproportionate Retribution!" Even though the best Spongebob and his friends can HOPE to do (realistically with THEIR limited resources), is to m
  9. This is PRECISELY the way Mr. Krabs should BE characterized, when it comes to WANTING money, and just HOW he goes about getting it! When Spongebob and Patrick unexpectedly discover Buried Treasure (which turns out to be a BIG "Brick Joke" later, and is a nice little continuity reminder about how Mr. Krabs hasn't learned about banks yet); Spongebob and Patrick suddenly become rich beyond their wildest dreams! Even though Mr. Krabs WANTS the money, he never DOES anything illegal or unethical to get it, he merely convinces the kids to spend their money on things they want, but don't necessarily n
  10. Has SBC changed how you're supposed to format spoilers? I made a comment and I put the spoilers within brackets like these, [], and closed it off like I'm supposed to, but it didn't register as a spoiler. If there is a new way to format spoilers, please tell me how.
  11. So this episode, if anything, does make a VERY valid attempt to legitimize and canonize Sandy's stay at Camp Coral, in spite of the fact that she supposedly doesn't meet Spongebob until the ORIGINAL show! In spoilers for those who want to find out on their own! Spoiler aside, I'd have to give this episode a 9.4 out of 10, if for no other reason, they incorporated the traditional animation of "Spongebob Squarepants" at the end as a nice Call-Forward. Enough said, true believers!
  12. Instead of being predictable, I just want to say that, they really could've done MORE with the plot of this episode! I mean, I get it that they actually have to FIND the place, but they could've taken out BIG chunks of filler that really didn't contribute to the plot, and have them get to the place sooner! I find it intriguing that the reason Sandy wants to visit the place, is for THE SCIENCE! So, they manage to get to the place, and after a subverted "Bait And Switch", they get a sneaky peek, but the fish in the resort, are instead live-action VERSIONS of the fish...except for Mr. Krabs, who'
  13. It's an interesting concept, the idea of trucks being alive. Wouldn't seem that out of place in a Tex Avery cartoon short. I find it funny how Bubble Bass is technically STRONGER than Squidward, because his butt can smash stuff (and for some WEIRD reason, cut open the back door of a truck), whereas Squidward can BARELY pull off the lead tip of a pencil! It's nice to see that they're occasionally doing call-forwards to their weirder gags, such as an out-of-place live action person appearing in the middle of the ocean! Kind of odd that Patrick has a thing for shoes, but at least it's not TOTALLY
  14. Very funny two-part there! Keep up the good work!
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