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  • Birthday 01/25/1997

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    SpongeBob, watching TV, listening to music, using computer, writing, and swimming
  • Location
    Laredo, TX
  • Favorite Episode
    Sailor Mouth, Chocolate with Nuts, Mooncation, Krusty Towers, Plankton's Pet
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    SpongeBob and Patrick

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  1. 1 month later, and look like you got your wish on season 9 getting a DVD release. Coming October 9
  2. Welcome to the Wayne

    Well, Gravity Falls fans are starting to become like Steven Universe fans: Mature cartoons with an immature fandom. Anyway, GF ripoff aside (thanks a lot, Valiskibum94), this show is good so far. Characters are likable, plots are quite interesting, etc. .Of course, it can kinda suffer for being too childish at times. But the creator, Billy Lopez, used to work for pre-school shows on Nick Jr. What made the show for me is the casting. Look at all this surprise cast: They got the same VA that voices Manny Rivera in the show (if anyone remembers the El Tigre show) and the creator in the voice. Don't know who Saraline's voice actress is and neither does a few other voice actors, but the rest of the cast is interesting. They got Veronica Taylor (Yes, her, the original Ash Ketchum) in the cast as a spy. Not to mention, they also got Marc Thompson, Billy Bob Thompson, and even Andrew Rannells (who voiced Harley and various characters in 4kids dub of Pokemon). This is a like a mini reunion of the Pokemon anime dub cast. They even have the Aqua Teen Hunger Force stars back (Dave Willis, Dana Synder, and Carey Means)
  3. Close Enough

    I'm looking forward to this. I'm in the minority that enjoy the so called mature jokes in adult cartoons (which explains my bias for modern Family Guy), so I got laughs from most of the clips here. The comparison to Ren and Stimpy :APC seems a little insulting, but Quintel isn't the first person to start out with kids cartoons and then move to adult animation (Seth MacFarlane is one major example). It's debatable if Regular Show was for kids, but majority of it did felt like one (Except the early seasons)
  4. Driven to Tears vs. Rule of Dumb

    Rule of Dumb was better. Patrick realized what he done.
  5. 213b. Lost and Found

    Honestly, I liked this one almost as much as The Getaway. It had a very fresh and interesting plot. Though, my only flaws were that the crying kid got annoying after awhile and the ending was sadly predictable (of course, Squidward getting sent to Lost and Found ended up being a disaster for him). Like The Getaway, the callbacks are noticeable and they might be easy to miss, but there were a lot of them, which might to be a tradition for the Sherm Cohen directed episodes. It turns out most of the old people acting like kids were trapped there since they were younger which explains their behavior. Overall, I prefer the Getaway better, but this was still great.
  6. 213a. The Getaway

    Well that an exciting episode. Majority of it was basically one long car chase. The guest stars Steve Buscemi and Joe Pantoliano very great job voicing their characters. Most of the funny moments were actually from Mrs. Puff, believe it or not. I laughed that she was flirting with Steve Buscemi's character throughout the episode. A couple of familiar one-shot characters made a return in this episode. And the artists/writers are continuing their everending tradition of callbacks, which seem to keep growing every passing episode. We saw the graveyard from One Man Trash again, on an interesting note. Only flaw is SpongeBob can be a little naive at times. All in all, pretty great episode, with some nice voice acting and characters.
  7. 211b. Trident Trouble

    Well, this episode kinda made up for the last rather disappointing segment. I excepted to not really like that much, but the only thing that dragged down the episode was the Greek chorus. Yes, this includes the title card. They weren't really needed in this episode and make SpongeBob too oblivious. On the subject of the title card, they really didn't need to explain themselves who they are. Therefore, it's my least favorite usage of such. Anyway, the rest of the episode was really good to watch, although it can be a little bit disjointed as times. It's the same writer as Krusty Katering, but I think Ben Gruber handled this writing a lot better and I wasn't having a headache by the end of this episode. It still had his weird sense of writing style that present in all of his episodes. I liked seeing King Neptune again, even though I wish he has a little bit more screentime. 8/10
  8. 211a. Plankton Retires

    I'm all caught up. I missed these episode when they originally aired since I overslept on that day. No offense, Mr Lawrence, since you voice Plankton and all, an episode about him retiring seems promising. But it's just the same old predictable plot that I had seen in half of the Plankton episodes. Let's see why this episode didn't worked. The episode had a rather sluggish pacing at the beginning, which is almost similar how a few episodes last season started off. Plus, it got repetitive seeing Plankton getting the Krabby Patty and I always see it coming. The plot twist was just dumb and forced. But on the bright side, there were some moments that balanced the rating a bit. The news reporting was really funny. Mr Krabs and SpongeBob spying on Plankton at Dullsville was cool and I liked that setting. Pretty much every scene wasn't forced or predictable nonsense was watchable. The rest is just rather disappointing. I excepted better. 5/10
  9. 206b. Code Yellow

    I got a feeling this episode might not be well received to some people. Like Unreal Estate what I excepted is the usual stuff I seen nowadays in these SpongeBob/Squidward episodes and while it still had those elements, it managed to be more about that. Instead, they balanced the character focus kinda like the previous. This episode meets No Nose Knows but with Squidward doing a nose operation and I Had an Accident but with the butt surgery being involved for a little bit. Once again, both SpongeBob and Squidward feels like their own selves for most of the scenes. SpongeBob was a little annoying in a few scenes, but there were decent moments from him. Now there were a couple grossout that I didn't need to see, but it lasts briefly and doesn't take over the episode unlike certain season 6 episodes I will mention. Andrew Goodman is looking to be a good (pun intended) newer writer if he keep it up, although it wasn't his greatest script. 7.5/10
  10. 206a. Unreal Estate

    At first, I thought it was gonna be like a typical SpongeBob and Squidward episode. But to my expectations, that was actually pretty good, even for Ben Gruber's writing standards. He managed to write SpongeBob and Squidward in character, as in their old selves. Brian Morante did some pretty awesome drawings as well. The episode's humor is actually rather funny in a good way rather than being forced comedy for the sake of the plot. Squidward acted like a jerk who wanted to get rid of SpongeBob, but he does his punishment, therefore his abuse was justified, just like the ending to The Whole Tooth. The best part of the episode was definitely when they looking for a new house and we get to see three different parody of the theme song, complete with Pat Pinney reprising his role as Painty the Pirate while singing them. The ending was unexcepted but the whole neighborhood swap places. All in all, it was really fun episode with some good humor. Definitely Gruber's best script for SpongeBob. 8.5/10
  11. According to a post from the Nick Animation podcast blog, the next Nick Podcast episode will feature the current showrunners/supervising producers of SpongeBob, Vincent Waller & Marc Ceccarelli. This makes me happy, because they're acknowledging that they're current people in charge of the show. Hopefully this will reminds the modern SpongeBob haters that Paul Tibbitt is no longer in charge anymore and the unnecessary hating on him will stop. Are you excited about this? What do you think Vince and Marc will talk about in Episode 39 of the Nick Animation podcast? Source: http://nickanimation25.tumblr.com/ (Keep up with our intrepid host Hector on his own Twitter and Instagram pages. And stay tuned to NickAnimation25 next week for our interview with SpongeBob SquarePants artists Marc Ceccarelli and Vince Waller!)
  12. According to a post from the Nick Animation podcast blog, the next Nick Podcast episode will feature the current showrunners/supervising producers of SpongeBob, Vincent Waller & Marc Ceccarelli. This makes me happy, because they're acknowledging that they're current people in charge of the show. Hopefully this will reminds the modern SpongeBob haters that Paul Tibbitt is no longer in charge anymore and the unnecessary hating on him will stop. Are you excited about this? What do you think Vince and Marc will talk about in Episode 39 of the Nick Animation podcast? Source: http://nickanimation25.tumblr.com/ (Keep up with our intrepid host Hector on his own Twitter and Instagram pages. And stay tuned to NickAnimation25 next week for our interview with SpongeBob SquarePants artists Marc Ceccarelli and Vince Waller!)
  13. 209b. Plankton Gets the Boot

    This was a slightly better episode. Plankton could've been written a little better but most of the jokes worked. What made this is one an unique episode for Plankton that it focused on his marriage with Karen rather than getting the Krabby Patty formula. All the characters are decent here. I like SpongeBob (and Patrick) helping Plankton to make up for Karen. While I did like SpongeBob pretending to be Plankton's date in order win back Karen, the ending kinda made it pointless (even though the fat screensaver joke was funny). Overall, I liked this one a little bit better than SpongeBob's Place. The writer of this episode should be balancing more between the comedy and heart. 8.5/10
  14. 209a. SpongeBob's Place

    Just catching up on these episodes, since I was on vacation at San Antonio when they first aired. SpongeBob's Place: This may have be another restaurant themed episode, but it had a rather decent premise. My only problem is that we barely see SpongeBob serving Krabby Patties at his place, thus making the title rather ironic. Half of the episode revolves on Mr. Krabs struggling at the Krusty Krab without SpongeBob. There were a few funny moments including the part where Squidward was at the Krusty Krab all by himself and he sings "I hate people." The ending of the episode was pretty nice, in which Krusty Krab is also considered to be SpongeBob's place (in other words, the main settings for most episodes nowadays). All in all, it's a good episode, but they should have explored more of SpongeBob's house as a restaurant. 8/10
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