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can i ask a question that's been bugging me for... however many years it's been?
in the episode where spongebob loses his nametag and wants patrick to say "hi spongebob", in that one scene, does he say "spongeboob" or "spongepoop"? i've never been able to tell because i don't really have such great hearing
that's what i've always thought, i just needed clarification. better late than never i guess
i'll post some quotes from the movie
"Hi, Mr. Krabs, this is Clay. The one you sold Neptune's crown to? Yes, I just wanna say thanks again for selling me the crown, Neptune's crown. I gave it over to Shell City and I just wanna say, thanks again for selling me the crown, Neptune's crown. Which is over at Shell City goodbye."
"hehe, don't you just hate wrong numbers?"
"MY CROWN IS AT THE FORBIDDEN SHELL CITY?!"
did you see my underpants?
do you want to?
Listen, Junior. You caught me and my friend here in a good mood today, so I'm gonna let you off with a warning. Step aside, and you won't have to feel the awesome wrath of our mustaches.
"You mean these? I thought they were a piece of salad stuck to your lip from lunch time."
you don't need a license to drive a sandwich
So I watched two episodes from theme DVDs I had that were from season 4, and I gotta be honest, I liked 'em. A lot. Fear of a Krabby Patty and Have You Seen This Snail. The latter had an unsatisfying conclusion, as I remembered, but it was surprisingly good overall, and the former felt like a season 2 episode.
Huge Krabby Patty: Remember, Spongebob. I'll always be right you, right here.
Spongebob: You mean in my heart?
Huge Krabby Patty: Actually, in your arteries.
Here's somebody else's review of Fear of a Krabby Patty and it pretty sums why I personally hate that episode.
In this episode the Chum Bucket is open 24 hours a day, and Mr. Krabs retaliates by doing the same thing. Meanwhile Plankton is actually scheming to get the Patty formula again, by destroying the morale of the Krusty Krab employees. Everything goes according to Plankton. The crew is really tired, and Spongebob makes so many Krabby Patties, he sees them everywhere and believes they are evil. There are two main problems with this episode. 1: Why does Mr. Krabs need to keep the Krusty Krab open 24 hours a day? Plankton never gets customers anyway. 2: How can making a lot of Krabby Patties suddenly make you see them and be afraid of them? It's been established that Spongebob loves Krabby Patties. So how is he afraid of them now? Spongebob is then sent to a "rehab clinic" where Plankton waits for him and tries to get the Krabby Patty formula without him knowing. To be fair this is the highlight of this episode. There were some funny moments in this part, and it's a huge relief considering that the rest of the episode wasn't funny at all. In the end, Spongebob is cured and the Krusty Krab stays open for 23 hours a day now. The plot was decent, but what killed it was lack of humor, weird plot points, and Mr. Krabs showing that he is cheaper than usual, and he would be crueler in the later seasons. There were some funny moments, but not enough to make the episode bearable.
FINAL SCORE: 2.0/10
My Simpsons Season Rankings:
6 > 7 > 3 > 5 > 8 > 4 > 2 > 1 > 9 > 15 > 13 > 14 > 10 > 16 > 12 > 11 > 22 > 21 > 17 > 24 > 18 > 19 > 23 > 20
My Simpsons Season 25 Ratings
Homerland - C Treehouse of Horror XXIV - B Four Regrettings and a Funeral - C- YOLO - B Labor Pains - C The Kid is All Right - C+
Where was that posted?
It was a fan review on TV.com
Do not cheer me, fellow adult students. Flatts is the real victim here. A victim of a society that's going down a violent road to nowhere... a road I call, Violence Road.
I always enjoyed Fear of a Krabby Patty, but it is definitely one of those borderline episodes where you could see that the show was getting weaker. Highlights include the flash cards forming a piano to crush Plankton, Old Man Jenkins in the montage, and Spongebob's vision of the patty that cures him. Some good looking character shots too like that image of the exhausted Krabs asking Squidward what day they were on. P. Lankton was good too.
I'll have you know, I stubbed my toe last week, while watering my spice garden, and I only cried for twenty minutes!
Last edited by Handsome B. Wonderful; 06-19-2012 at 07:23 PM.
Hey! Springboob Squirepin stole my idea!
Can I be Mr. Krabs?!
No! Wait, why?
He's a good leader.
WHAT I LEARNED IN BOATING SCHOOL TODAY IS
I...think you've made your point, dear.
EVERYBODY'S AN IDIOT EXCEPT FOR ME.
Well, it's true. *sips tea*
spongebob was originally spongeboy but someone was already using that name for something, allegedly. who was using that name?
Here's the Wikipedia article on this, since it contains everything I know about it right now in a single page, does anyone else find this retarded?
Also, he based his entire lawsuit on a DVD cover's name! It was "Sponge For Hire". His character, Bob Spongee, was an unemployed sponge. Well, he must not have watched a single episode because there's only one episode, even on that DVD, and ever, of course, of Spongebob being unemployed.
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