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31st Mar '16 6:49:32 AM TheFarmboy
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* travisbob: My dethroning moment for Spongebob as a series is definitely the film "Sponge out of Water." The film was hyped up as being the first Spongebob thing (aside from the comics) that directly involved Stephen Hillenburg's creative input. It was hyped as being a return to the show's "golden age" roots. The trailers made it look fantastic, with fantastic animation, great drawings/designs, and gorgeous drawings And... the actual movie was just plain awful. Only one joke in the film made me laugh (the joke about the man on life support.) The only other funny jokes were spoiled by the previews. Everything else was soulless, unfunny, and cringeworthy. The talking CGI seagulls were obnoxious, there were fart/poop jokes left and right (seriously, was classic Spongebob even known for that at all?!) and all of the plot points were less funny versions of previous episodes. Time travel, superhero spoofs, Plankton and Spongebob's friendship, and the apocalypse were all done so much better in previous episodes and the first movie. Aside from the admittedly [[VisualEffectsOfAwesome fantastic artwork]] and [[AnimationBump animation]] (the animators and layout artists really gave this film their all,) this film was a complete mess; totally devoid of humor, charm, and soul. When I saw the film for the first time, I wondered why it was as cringeworthy as those CGI chipmunk movies. Unsurprisingly, the film heavily involved the creative input of those same chipmunk guys. I really hope that it was just a fluke, and that the rest of the Hillenburg-involved Spongebob content after this will be enjoyable.
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25th Mar '16 7:25:28 PM travisbob
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* travisbob: My dethroning moment for Spongebob as a series is definitely the film "Sponge out of Water." The film was hyped up as being the first Spongebob thing (aside from the comics) that directly involved Stephen Hillenburg's creative input. It was hyped as being a return to the show's "golden age" roots. The trailers made it look fantastic, with fantastic animation, great drawings/designs, and gorgeous drawings And... the actual movie was just plain awful. Only one joke in the film made me laugh (the joke about the man on life support.) The only other funny jokes were spoiled by the previews. Everything else was soulless, unfunny, and cringeworthy. The talking CGI seagulls were obnoxious, there were fart/poop jokes left and right (seriously, was classic Spongebob even known for that at all?!) and all of the plot points were less funny versions of previous episodes. Time travel, superhero spoofs, Plankton and Spongebob's friendship, and the apocalypse were all done so much better in previous episodes and the new movie. Aside from the admittedly fantastic artwork (the animators and layout artists really gave this film their all,) this film was a complete mess; totally devoid of humor, charm, and soul. When I saw the film for the first time, I wondered why it was as cringeworthy as those CGI chipmunk movies. Unsurprisingly, the film heavily involved the creative input of those same chipmunk guys. I really hope that it was just a fluke, and that the rest of the Hillenburg-involved Spongebob content after this will be enjoyable.

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* travisbob: My dethroning moment for Spongebob as a series is definitely the film "Sponge out of Water." The film was hyped up as being the first Spongebob thing (aside from the comics) that directly involved Stephen Hillenburg's creative input. It was hyped as being a return to the show's "golden age" roots. The trailers made it look fantastic, with fantastic animation, great drawings/designs, and gorgeous drawings And... the actual movie was just plain awful. Only one joke in the film made me laugh (the joke about the man on life support.) The only other funny jokes were spoiled by the previews. Everything else was soulless, unfunny, and cringeworthy. The talking CGI seagulls were obnoxious, there were fart/poop jokes left and right (seriously, was classic Spongebob even known for that at all?!) and all of the plot points were less funny versions of previous episodes. Time travel, superhero spoofs, Plankton and Spongebob's friendship, and the apocalypse were all done so much better in previous episodes and the new first movie. Aside from the admittedly [[VisualEffectsOfAwesome fantastic artwork artwork]] and [[AnimationBump animation]] (the animators and layout artists really gave this film their all,) this film was a complete mess; totally devoid of humor, charm, and soul. When I saw the film for the first time, I wondered why it was as cringeworthy as those CGI chipmunk movies. Unsurprisingly, the film heavily involved the creative input of those same chipmunk guys. I really hope that it was just a fluke, and that the rest of the Hillenburg-involved Spongebob content after this will be enjoyable.
24th Mar '16 7:04:03 PM travisbob
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* travisbob: My dethroning moment for Spongebob as a series is definitely the film "Sponge out of Water." The film was hyped up as being the first Spongebob thing (aside from the comics) that directly involved Stephen Hillenburg's creative input. It was hyped as being a return to the show's "golden age" roots. The trailers made it look fantastic, with fantastic animation, great drawings/designs, and gorgeous drawings And... the actual movie was just plain awful. Only one joke in the film made me laugh (the joke about the man on life support.) The only other funny jokes were spoiled by the previews. Everything else was soulless, unfunny, and cringeworthy. The talking CGI seagulls were obnoxious, there were fart/poop jokes left and right (seriously, was classic Spongebob even known for that at all?!) and all of the plot points were less funny versions of previous episodes. Time travel, superhero spoofs, Plankton and Spongebob's friendship, and the apocalypse were all done so much better in previous episodes and the new movie. Aside from the admittedly fantastic artwork (the animators and layout artists really gave this film their all,) this film was a complete mess; totally devoid of humor, charm, and soul.


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* travisbob: My dethroning moment for Spongebob as a series is definitely the film "Sponge out of Water." The film was hyped up as being the first Spongebob thing (aside from the comics) that directly involved Stephen Hillenburg's creative input. It was hyped as being a return to the show's "golden age" roots. The trailers made it look fantastic, with fantastic animation, great drawings/designs, and gorgeous drawings And... the actual movie was just plain awful. Only one joke in the film made me laugh (the joke about the man on life support.) The only other funny jokes were spoiled by the previews. Everything else was soulless, unfunny, and cringeworthy. The talking CGI seagulls were obnoxious, there were fart/poop jokes left and right (seriously, was classic Spongebob even known for that at all?!) and all of the plot points were less funny versions of previous episodes. Time travel, superhero spoofs, Plankton and Spongebob's friendship, and the apocalypse were all done so much better in previous episodes and the new movie. Aside from the admittedly fantastic artwork (the animators and layout artists really gave this film their all,) this film was a complete mess; totally devoid of humor, charm, and soul. When I saw the film for the first time, I wondered why it was as cringeworthy as those CGI chipmunk movies. Unsurprisingly, the film heavily involved the creative input of those same chipmunk guys. I really hope that it was just a fluke, and that the rest of the Hillenburg-involved Spongebob content after this will be enjoyable.
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23rd Mar '16 9:58:36 PM travisbob
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* travisbob: My dethroning moment for Spongebob as a series is definitely the film "Sponge out of Water." The film was hyped up as being the first Spongebob thing (aside from the comics) that directly involved Stephen Hillenburg's creative input. It was hyped as being a return to the show's "golden age" roots. The trailers made it look fantastic, with fantastic animation, great drawings/designs, and gorgeous drawings And... the actual movie was just plain awful. Only one joke in the film made me laugh (the joke about the man on life support.) The only other funny jokes were spoiled by the previews. Everything else was soulless, unfunny, and cringeworthy. The talking CGI seagulls were obnoxious, there were fart/poop jokes left and right (seriously, was classic Spongebob even known for that at all?!) and all of the plot points were less funny versions of previous episodes. Time travel, superhero spoofs, Plankton and Spongebob's friendship, and the apocalypse were all done so much better in previous episodes and the new movie. Aside from the admittedly fantastic artwork (the animators and layout artists really gave this film their all,) this film was a complete mess; totally devoid of humor, charm, and soul.
3rd Mar '16 9:49:56 AM CabbitGirlEmi
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* ''Tropers/CabbitGirlEmi'': For me, it was "Stuck in the Wringer". [=SpongeBob=] gets stuck in his wringer and Patrick becomes even stupider than usual by thinking he wanted to be glued in! Just when you thought it was bad enough when [=SpongeBob=] is forced to take the day off from work, Patrick more or less tries to get him to cheer up at the amusement park, and it ends up with [=SpongeBob=] yelling at Patrick. The worst part? Everyone in the crowd gives NoSympathy towards [=SpongeBob=], and said that what happened to him served him right. That's not funny, that's unnecessarily mean-spirited!

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* ''Tropers/CabbitGirlEmi'': For me, it was "Stuck in the Wringer". [=SpongeBob=] gets stuck in his wringer and Patrick becomes even stupider than usual by thinking he wanted to be glued in! Just when you thought it was bad enough when [=SpongeBob=] is forced to take the day off from work, Patrick more or less tries to get him to cheer up at the amusement park, and it ends up with [=SpongeBob=] yelling at Patrick. The worst part? Everyone in the crowd gives NoSympathy towards [=SpongeBob=], and said that what happened to him served him right. That's not funny, that's unnecessarily mean-spirited!What a way to rub salt in the wound, and such a completely miserable episode!
29th Feb '16 2:24:51 AM TheDoctor1996
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* TheDoctor1996: I have always considered the episode "Hooky" to be a DMOS For two reasons. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators want to humiliate a character for the sake of comedy. The logical failures in the episode imply this. First of all; if there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life from going there or at the very least a few signs advising sea-life to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea, how does he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then he should know. It's like someone living in the French Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. These logical failures imply to me that this episode was made purely so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible and use it as a form of comedy.

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* TheDoctor1996: I have always considered the episode "Hooky" to be a DMOS For for two reasons. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators want to humiliate a character for the sake of comedy. The logical failures in the episode imply this. First of all; if there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life from going there or at the very least a few signs advising sea-life to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea, how does he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then he should know. It's like someone living in the French Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. These logical failures imply to me that this episode was made purely so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible and use it as a form of comedy.
28th Feb '16 5:22:29 PM TheDoctor1996
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* TheDoctor1996: I have always considered the episode "Hooky" to be a DMOS For two reasons. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators can humiliate a character for the sake of comedy and here is why: If there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life from going there or at the least a few signs advising sea-life to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea, how does he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then he should know. It's like someone living in the French Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. These logical failures imply to me that this episode was made purely so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible and use it as a form of comedy.

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* TheDoctor1996: I have always considered the episode "Hooky" to be a DMOS For two reasons. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators can want to humiliate a character for the sake of comedy and here is why: If comedy. The logical failures in the episode imply this. First of all; if there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life from going there or at the very least a few signs advising sea-life to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea, how does he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then he should know. It's like someone living in the French Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. These logical failures imply to me that this episode was made purely so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible and use it as a form of comedy.
28th Feb '16 5:20:08 PM TheDoctor1996
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* TheDoctor1996: While I can understand the message of "Hooky" two particular moments were a DMOS to me. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators can humiliate a character for the sake of comedy and here is why: If there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life from going there or at the least a few signs advising sea-life to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea, how does he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then he should know. It's like someone living in the French Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. These logical failures imply to me that this episode was made purely so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible and use it as a form of comedy.

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* TheDoctor1996: While I can understand have always considered the message of episode "Hooky" two particular moments were to be a DMOS to me.For two reasons. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators can humiliate a character for the sake of comedy and here is why: If there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life from going there or at the least a few signs advising sea-life to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea, how does he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then he should know. It's like someone living in the French Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. These logical failures imply to me that this episode was made purely so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible and use it as a form of comedy.
28th Feb '16 5:16:51 PM TheDoctor1996
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* TheDoctor1996: While I can understand the message of "Hooky" two particular moments were a DMOS to me. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators can humiliate a character and here is why: If there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life from going there or at the least a few signs advising sea-life to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea how can he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then his parents or his school should have taught him the dangers. It's like someone living in the Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. This episode seems to have been made so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible and use it as a form of comedy.

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* TheDoctor1996: While I can understand the message of "Hooky" two particular moments were a DMOS to me. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators can humiliate a character for the sake of comedy and here is why: If there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life from going there or at the least a few signs advising sea-life to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea sea, how can does he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then his parents or his school he should have taught him the dangers. know. It's like someone living in the French Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. This These logical failures imply to me that this episode seems to have been was made purely so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible and use it as a form of comedy.
28th Feb '16 5:12:28 PM TheDoctor1996
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* TheDoctor1996: While I can understand the message of "Hooky" 2 particular moments were a DMOS to me. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk and that Spongebob annoys him but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" so it makes Squidward look like a complete bastard who loves humiliating someone he can show kindness towards. The premise just seems to be an episode where the creators can humiliate a character. First problem; if there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life not to go there or at the least a few signs advising sea-life to exercise caution or to stay away? And if Spongebob lives under the sea how can he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then he should know the dangers. That's like someone living in Austria not knowing the dangers of avalanches. This episode seems to be an episode was made just so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible.

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* TheDoctor1996: While I can understand the message of "Hooky" 2 two particular moments were a DMOS to me. The ending and the premise. The episode would have been much better if Spongebob's humiliation was a "what if" moment rather than something that actually happened. But what really made me hate this episode was the revelation that Squidward was the one who hooked Spongebob. I accept that Squidward is a big jerk and that Spongebob annoys him but in seasons 1-3 he did show some kindness to Spongebob at times in episodes like "Pizza Delivery" so it and this episode makes Squidward look like a complete bastard who loves humiliating someone he can show kindness towards. bastard. Is it really risking someone's life just to teach them a lesson about hooks? The premise other problem is the premise. It just seems to be an episode where the creators can humiliate a character. First problem; if character and here is why: If there is an area of Bikini Bottom called "Fish Hooks Park" why are there no barriers preventing sea-life not to go from going there or at the least a few signs advising sea-life to exercise caution or to stay away? And if Spongebob lives in a pinapple under the sea how can he not know about the dangers of hooks? I accept that he can be stupid but if he values his life then he his parents or his school should know have taught him the dangers. That's It's like someone living in Austria the Alps not knowing the dangers of avalanches. This episode seems to be an episode was have been made just so the creators could humiliate a character in the cruelest way possible.possible and use it as a form of comedy.
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