Top 10 Best SpongeBob SquarePants Episodes
on your face. People of different ages and nationalities consider this cartoon as an interesting and amusing way to spend free time. Nowadays, modern animations have interesting plots and extraordinary heroes; despite these facts, a cartoon about a yellow sponge that has a snail as a pet is still in big demand. That is why we decided to devote this rank to the best SpongeBob episodes that will impress you. This list comprises SpongeBob episodes that became the most popular and frequently watched. Here we have submitted the brief overview and interesting moments that are the brightest in the episode. Moreover, we have made a type of investigation and revealed the features that are hidden in the series. We invoke you to pick the best and start watching the cartoon. Be sure to get positive emotions and good mood.
SpongeBob and Patrick discover a pencil that fell down from the surface from a human artist at sea. It is no ordinary pencil—whatever artwork or shape they make using it comes to life, and the eraser can permanently destroy it. However, an artwork created by SpongeBob named DoodleBob creates havoc inside SpongeBob's house. They eventually stopped DoodleBob from moving by pressing him against a hardcover exercise book, which the page was then pinned on the wall.
"Band Geeks" is the second part of the 15th episode of the second season, and the 26th episode overall, of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. It originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on September 7, 2001. It was written by C. H. Greenblatt, Aaron Springer, and Merriwether Williams, and the animation was directed by Frank Weiss. Springer served as storyboard director, and Greenblatt served as storyboard artist. The song "Sweet Victory" by David Glen Eisley was featured in the episode and was later released on the album SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Album in 2005. The series follows the adventures and endeavors of the title character and his various friends in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. In this episode, Squidward tells a lie, claiming that he has a marching band, after his high school rival Squilliam Fancyson brags about being a successful bandleader. Squilliam offers to let Squidward and his band cover for him at the Bubble Bowl. Squidward accepts eagerly, but realizes he does not have a band. He recruits various citizens of Bikini Bottom to play in his band, but they perform terribly in rehearsal, which makes Squidward quit. SpongeBob, disgraced, gets the band together and they give the performance of their lives. At the Bubble Bowl, Squidward is successful in front of his rival. The episode received critical acclaim, with several critics considering it one of the best episodes of the entire series. "Band Geeks" received a nomination and won at the 2002 Golden Reel Awards for Best Sound Editing in Television – Animation.
"Pizza Delivery" is the first segment of the fifth episode of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. The episode was written by Sherm Cohen, Aaron Springer, and Peter Burns, and the animation was directed by Sean Dempsey. Cohen also functioned as storyboard director, and Springer worked as storyboard artist. It originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on August 14, 1999. In the episode, the Krusty Krab receives a call from a customer ordering a pizza, and Mr. Krabs sends SpongeBob and Squidward to deliver it. When the two employees become stranded in the middle of a desert, they get into numerous predicaments. Along the way, SpongeBob tries to show Squidward the way of the pioneers. In pitching the show to Nickelodeon, creator Stephen Hillenburg originally wanted the idea of having the characters on a road trip, inspired by the 1989 film Powwow Highway. However, he eventually gave up the idea, and resurrected it in "Pizza Delivery". The episode received critical acclaim, with most media critics considering it one of the show's best episodes.
The Camping Episode
SpongeBob and Patrick go camping in their yards. Annoyed, Squidward tells them to be quiet, but gets challenged and sets up camp with them. They stay late at night, and a sea bear comes and viciously attacks Squidward.
Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob hide the health inspector's body. Idiot Box: SpongeBob and Patrick throw out a TV to play in the box.
Chocolate with Nuts
"Chocolate with Nuts" is the 12th episode in the third season, and the 52nd overall episode of American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. It is written by the storyboard directors, Paul Tibbitt & Kaz alongside Kent Osborne and Merriwether Williams, with Andrew Overtoom serving as animation director. It was produced in 2001 and aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on June 1, 2002. In this episode, SpongeBob and Patrick become entrepreneurs in an attempt to live the fancy life.
In the episode, SpongeBob accidentally receives Squidward's Fancy Living Digest magazine in the mail, inspiring him and Patrick to become entrepreneurs. At the suggestion of Patrick, the pair become chocolate bar salesmen, which results in them purchasing large quantities of chocolate bars from the Barg 'n' Mart. The first customer in their door-to-door travels, however, just screams "CHOCOLATE!" and chases the two away. Afterward, SpongeBob and Patrick attempt to sell chocolate to another person, only to be conned into buying chocolate-carrying bags from that person, twice in a row. They then try to sell it to a woman who then wants to buy one, but when SpongeBob can't find a chocolate bar because of all of the carrying bags, the customer gives up. They are then chased away again by the chocolate fanatic. After their disastrous results in their previous attempts, the two take a break at the diner, and decide to "try being nice." However, this is unsuccessful, ending in Patrick buying pictures of a customer in his childhood, as is their attempt to "focus" (resulting in Patrick staring at a customer until said customer slams the door on Patrick's eyes.) Then, they decide that the only way to sell chocolate is to "stretch the truth," which is successful when they convince an old woman (to the dismay of her daughter) that it "makes you live forever." The lying continues, but after they attempt to help a seriously injured man (who turns out to be the same man who sold SpongeBob and Patrick the carrying bags in disguise) by buying his chocolate, their profit is lost. However, the chocolate fanatic catches up to them, and, in a turn of events, buys all of the chocolate that SpongeBob and Patrick have. They then use the money to rent out a fancy restaurant, allowing access only to themselves and their dates, the old lady and her daughter who they sold chocolate to earlier.
"Christmas Who?" (also known as "The SpongeBob Christmas Special") is a SpongeBob SquarePants special episode from season two. The episode aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on December 6, 2000. It is the series' first double-length episode. The episode marks the first appearance of both Patchy the Pirate, and his pet parrot, Potty. The episode follows SpongeBob as he learns what Christmas is about, and as he creates excitement everyone in Bikini Bottom.
In Encino, California, the French Narrator introduces the president of the SpongeBob SquarePants fan club, Patchy the Pirate (played by Tom Kenny), a live-action character who is currently preparing for Christmas, along with his "pet," Potty the Parrot (voiced by series' creator Stephen Hillenburg), a crudely made puppet with very obvious strings. Patchy receives a fan letter from a person, asking if SpongeBob likes Christmas as much as he does. Patchy explains that they didn't always celebrate Christmas in Bikini Bottom, and decides to show how they were introduced to it, beginning the proper episode. While heading to the tree dome of Sandy Cheeks for a surprise visit, SpongeBob SquarePants is horrified to see her electrifying the tree with an arrangement of colored Christmas lights and perceives it as a house-fire. While attempting to extinguish the alleged travesty, Sandy chastises him by informing that she is simply preparing for the holiday season, to which SpongeBob is thoroughly oblivious. After having customary Christmas traditions explained to him and enchanted by the promise of a visit from Santa Claus, SpongeBob spreads the news of the previously-undiscovered holiday amongst the townspeople and assists them in preparing wish lists for Santa Claus. However, a dubious Squidward refuses to participate in the celebration of Christmas, doubtful to the existence of Santa and attempting to disprove a spirited SpongeBob's claims to no avail. Nonetheless, the anticipated Bikini Bottomites enthusiastically prepare for the upcoming holiday; however, their faith is shattered after Santa fails to arrive on Christmas Eve. This is mostly because all the townspeople stay up all night waiting for him. Furious with SpongeBob, they reject him, and when Santa Claus still fails to deliver presents to the people of town even SpongeBob's excitement is soiled. Seeing the error of his ways after being presented with an exquisite homemade gift from SpongeBob, Squidward tries to compensate for his rudeness by masquerading as Santa Claus to uplift his neighbor's spirits; however, he later winds up distributing his every possession among the residents of Bikini Bottom as Christmas gifts. After the excitement has settled, Squidward encounters a note from Santa Claus, gratiously thanking him for his sacrifices, and soon sights his sleigh soaring overhead; however, he dismisses himself as being crazy. After the SpongeBob episode ends, Patchy's house is seen again, and Potty gives Patchy a little present. Patchy then steps under a mistletoe, hoping to be kissed by a woman, only for Potty to start chasing after him with the intention of kissing him. Seeing that Patchy is busy at the moment, the Narrator says "Goodnight, and Happy Holidays."
"Sailor Mouth" is the first segment of the 18th episode of the second season, and the 38th overall episode of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. The episode was directed by Andrew Overtoom, and was written by Walt Dohrn, Paul Tibbitt, and Merriwether Williams. Dohrn and Tibbitt also served as storyboard directors, and Carson Kugler, William Reiss, and Erik Wiese worked as storyboard artists. It originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on September 21, 2001. The series follows the adventures and endeavors of the title character and his various friends in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. In this episode, SpongeBob reads a "bad word" off a dumpster behind the Krusty Krab, but does not know what it means. Patrick explains to him that it is a "sentence enhancer" which is used "when you want to talk fancy." The two start using it in every sentence they speak. However, when Mr. Krabs hears them, he warns the two never to use the word again or any of the 13 bad words. Later on, SpongeBob accidentally swears again. Patrick then runs to tell Mr. Krabs with SpongeBob trying to stop him. However, when Mr. Krabs accidentally injures his toe, he utters all the 13 bad words. The two cannot believe it and run to Mama Krabs to tell on him. Mama Krabs, who is appalled by their use of the words, makes the three paint her house as punishment. The episode received positive reviews, while various members of the SpongeBob SquarePants crew consider the episode to be one of their favorites, mainly due to the satirical nature of the episode. However, the episode was not immune to negative reception, and was criticized by watchdog media group the Parents Television Council and fans, who interpreted the episode as an example of promoting and implicitly satirizing use of profanity towards children.
SpongeBob, Squidward, and Patrick climb to the Flying Dutchman's ship after its anchor damages both SpongeBob's and Squidward's houses. Squidward complains about this, and the Dutchman throws him into a chaotic dimension. The Flying Dutchman then has SpongeBob and Patrick help him go around Bikini Bottom to scare people, which fails. Feeling annoyed with this, he decided to eat them instead. The two decide to steal the Flying Dutchman's sock, which is the mandatory item before he eats anything. He noticed the two and asks to trade for three wishes, which they accept.
Krusty Krab Training Video
A training narration of the Krusty Krab, demonstrating what an aspiring employee must do at work at the Krusty Krab. Note: At the end, it accidentally showed The 1998 Klasky Csupo Robot Logo instead of The United Plankton Pictures logo due to an editing error. This was corrected in 2006.