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9th Feb '16 1:08:32 AM MegaTroper123456
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* megatroper123456: This is the first episode (chronologically) that I really didn't like, "Valentine's Day". Not only is it kind of random for Spongebob to be doing a special that counters the main character's asexuality, but Patrick is pretty a much a bratty, childish jerk, throughout the whole thing. Him getting so unhappy, after his best friend gives him, what he considered, his Valentine's gift (a friendly hand shake), it completely killed the mood as he just gloomily went around the Valentine's Day Carnival, unusally pissed with what Spongebob had done. Not to mention, at the end, he goes batshit insane, completely destroying the carnival, and oh, that part where the whole crowd is trying to get Patrick to look around to Sandy and Patrick is like "No, I'm just practicing my prick-ishness for the Post-Movie episodes!" is pretty grating. So yeah, Patrick constantly pestering Spongebob for his gift, acting like a 5-year old when it appears to be underwhelming, wrecking everything in sight (also inadvertedly at the end when the chocolate bubble bursts) and getting no punishment of any kind make this one of my least favourite episodes, and definitely my least-favourite Pre-Movie episode.
14th Jan '16 6:24:18 PM Loekman3
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* JewelSatellite: I can't think of an ending more insulting than the one in "Nautical Novice". The episode could've been a great one, there are many great touches and I feel that it's entertaining. But the ending sums up to the following: [=SpongeBob=] actually wasn't moving the museum at all, it was someone with a tugboat way smaller than than the actual museum. This is barely even alluded to in the rest of the episode. [=SpongeBob=} brought it up, but other than that, the ending of this episode shoots down any possible developments in SpongeBob's driving skill. Overall, this episode isn't bad, but the ending shot down any chance of the episode being good.\\
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* JewelSatellite: I can't think of an ending more insulting than the one in "Nautical Novice". The episode could've been a great one, there are many great touches and I feel that it's entertaining. But the ending sums up to the following: [=SpongeBob=] actually wasn't moving the museum at all, it was someone with a tugboat way smaller than than the actual museum. This is barely even alluded to in the rest of the episode. [=SpongeBob=} [=SpongeBob=] brought it up, but other than that, the ending of this episode shoots down any possible developments in SpongeBob's driving skill. Overall, this episode isn't bad, but the ending shot down any chance of the episode being good.\\
14th Jan '16 6:23:46 PM Loekman3
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* JewelSatellite: I can't think of an ending more insulting than the one in "Nautical Novice". The episode could've been a great one, there are many great touches and I feel that it's entertaining. But the ending sums up to the following: [=SpongeBob=] actually wasn't moving the museum at all, it was someone with a tugboat way smaller than than the actual museum. This is barely even alluded to in the rest of the episode. [=SpongeBob=} brought it up, but other than that, the ending of this episode shoots down any possible developments in SpongeBob's driving skill. Overall, this episode isn't bad, but the ending shot down any chance of the episode being good.
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* JewelSatellite: I can't think of an ending more insulting than the one in "Nautical Novice". The episode could've been a great one, there are many great touches and I feel that it's entertaining. But the ending sums up to the following: [=SpongeBob=] actually wasn't moving the museum at all, it was someone with a tugboat way smaller than than the actual museum. This is barely even alluded to in the rest of the episode. [=SpongeBob=} brought it up, but other than that, the ending of this episode shoots down any possible developments in SpongeBob's driving skill. Overall, this episode isn't bad, but the ending shot down any chance of the episode being good. \\
4th Jan '16 2:55:51 PM InsertCleverNameHere
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You can't just delete someone's DMOS and then add it again as your own.
* Ngh93: The ending of "Gone" was a good example for me. Instead of it being a horrible nightmare or something, it's that everyone, even his friends have spent a week having a holiday called 'No [=SpongeBob=] Day,' doing things like burning him in effigy. Now while I can understand Plankton, Squidward, and Mrs. Puff, the others make no sense. This included Krabs, who makes a fortune off the guy, Sandy, who once married him, and Patrick, his best friend. And Patrick's excuse that everyone needs time away from [=SpongeBob=]'s laugh is a bit of a lame excuse. Then Mr. Krabs says that the day is dedicated to SpongeBob by ''burning effigies and dancing on ashes.'' Oh in the end, SpongeBOb joins the other in No Patrick Day leaving ''Patrick'' all alone. How does Steve Hillenburg allow such cruel atrocities to be written in his show?!
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* Ngh93: * Ztyran: The ending of "Gone" was a good example for me. Instead of it being a horrible nightmare or something, it's that everyone, even his friends have spent a week having a holiday called 'No [=SpongeBob=] Day,' doing things like burning him in effigy. Now while I can understand Plankton, Squidward, and Mrs. Puff, the others make no sense. This included Krabs, who makes a fortune off the guy, Sandy, who once married him, and Patrick, his best friend. And Patrick's excuse that everyone needs time away from [=SpongeBob=]'s laugh is a bit of a lame excuse. Then Mr. Krabs says that the day is dedicated to SpongeBob by ''burning effigies and dancing on ashes.'' Oh in the end, SpongeBOb joins the other in No Patrick Day leaving ''Patrick'' all alone. How does Steve Hillenburg allow such cruel atrocities to be written in his show?!
2nd Jan '16 1:27:54 PM ngh93
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* Ztyran: The ending of "Gone" was a good example for me. Instead of it being a horrible nightmare or something, it's that everyone, even his friends have spent a week having a holiday called 'No [=SpongeBob=] Day,' doing things like burning him in effigy. Now while I can understand Plankton, Squidward, and Mrs. Puff, the others make no sense. This included Krabs, who makes a fortune off the guy, Sandy, who once married him, and Patrick, his best friend. And Patrick's excuse that everyone needs time away from [=SpongeBob=]'s laugh is a bit of a lame excuse.

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* Ztyran: * Ngh93: The ending of "Gone" was a good example for me. Instead of it being a horrible nightmare or something, it's that everyone, even his friends have spent a week having a holiday called 'No [=SpongeBob=] Day,' doing things like burning him in effigy. Now while I can understand Plankton, Squidward, and Mrs. Puff, the others make no sense. This included Krabs, who makes a fortune off the guy, Sandy, who once married him, and Patrick, his best friend. And Patrick's excuse that everyone needs time away from [=SpongeBob=]'s laugh is a bit of a lame excuse. Then Mr. Krabs says that the day is dedicated to SpongeBob by ''burning effigies and dancing on ashes.'' Oh in the end, SpongeBOb joins the other in No Patrick Day leaving ''Patrick'' all alone. How does Steve Hillenburg allow such cruel atrocities to be written in his show?!
29th Dec '15 6:28:06 PM Loekman3
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** KOman: I came to this episode wondering what tremendous error [=SpongeBob=] possibly could have done to get fired, but the episode starts with him simultaneously cleaning the floors and delivering Krabby Patties, all with admirable enthusiasm. So why did Krabs fire him? It was worth a nickel. That's right; [[WallBanger Mr. Krabs fired the frycook who he has learned time and time again that the Krusty Krab cannot function without, someone who wholeheartedly loves his job...]] [[WallBanger because it would save him five cents!]] Hope that five cents sustains you when your restaurant inevitably fails without [=SpongeBob=], you [[MoneyFetish money-obsessed]] [[TooDumbToLive moron!]]
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** KOman: I came to this episode wondering what tremendous error [=SpongeBob=] possibly could have done to get fired, but the episode starts with him simultaneously cleaning the floors and delivering Krabby Patties, all with admirable enthusiasm. So why did Krabs fire him? It was worth a nickel. That's right; [[WallBanger Mr. Krabs fired the frycook who he has learned time and time again that the Krusty Krab cannot function without, someone who wholeheartedly loves his job...]] [[WallBanger because it would save him five cents!]] cents! Hope that five cents sustains you when your restaurant inevitably fails without [=SpongeBob=], you [[MoneyFetish money-obsessed]] [[TooDumbToLive moron!]]
23rd Dec '15 9:56:41 PM Heroshii15
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7th Dec '15 8:03:06 PM Xblade
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I'm just tired of this sh*t.
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* Xblade: "Choir Boys". Okay, so imagine a kid watching ''Spongebob'' for the first time (Yeah, this is a bit unrealistic, but bare with me here). What are they going to see? - They're not going to see a jerk getting some comeuppance, they're going to see an average guy getting torment for no real reason at all. Squidward just wants to go to the choir, and Spongebob decides to nag him, chase him down, and his pot hole results in Squidward getting trapped in some Jellyfish. Squidward is upstaged at the choir by Spongebob, but since Spongebob is [[DesignatedHero The 'protagonist']] of the episode, it's not all that surprising. Then there's Spongebob says this: Now I have a captive audience!
29th Nov '15 5:54:58 PM PrincessTogezo
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* PrincessTogezo: I thought "The Sponge Who Could Fly" was a decent episode, but there is one moment from that episode that utterly fell flat for me: the part after Patchy sees the fake opening for the lost episode, where he concludes that "[=SpongeBob=] betrayed us" and immediately starts trashing all of his merchandise. Okay, shouldn't Patchy have at least watched the tape the whole way through before concluding that the episode was a bust, especially since he worked so hard to get it? More to the point, this is essentially a grown man throwing a temper tantrum and swearing off his favorite show forever just because of one underperforming episode (yes, it was the lost episode, but maybe it was lost for a reason, like just being a simple animation test or something). That idea should be ridiculous enough to laugh at (especially since Potty lampshaded Patchy's tantrum afterwards, calling him a "hothead"), but I honestly can't tell if we were supposed to laugh at the moment or cry at it; Patchy's overreaction in general (and stuff like ripping out his underwear) implies comedy, but some of Patchy's words (particularly "I'm sorry I ever became a fan in the first place!") and especially the music imply that this was supposed to be taken seriously. I neither laughed nor cried at this moment, instead finding it really uncomfortable (Patchy's restoring the merchandise after learning that the real lost episode is about to start does little to mitigate it), and I always try to skip over this moment when I watch the episode.
20th Oct '15 12:48:08 PM ngh93
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*For me, it's the episode "Demolition Doofus." This is an episode which very much destroys a sympathetic character for me: Mrs. Puff. In the episode, thanks to [=SpongeBob=]'s wreckless driving, Mrs. Puff gets her inflating sac punctured. And her reaction? She enters [=SpongeBob=] into a demolition derby in hope that he would literally die in it. Unfortunately for her, he survives thanks to his driving. She then crosses the MoralEventHorizon by attempting to run [=SpongeBob=] down with one of the monster trucks. I used to feel sorry for Mrs. Puff whenever she had to put up with [=SpongeBob=], but this episode is pretty much an OutOfCharacterMoment for her, and she wants [=SpongeBob=] out of her life so much, that she is perfectly willing to''' kill''' him in order for that to happen. What made me firmly hate her was this exchange-- -->'''Mrs. Puff''': Why are you still '''ALIVE?!'''
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