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2nd Feb '16 6:37:22 PM RayAP9
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* In the episode "Suds", [=SpongeBob=] comes down with the titular condition after he leaves his refrigerator/freezer open overnight, and his entire house freezes as a result. Obviously, that's not how it works-- if someone were to have his freezer open all night, the items inside would just spoil, and ''maybe'' the temperature of the room might drop a few degrees, but it wouldn't turn one's entire house into an ice cube. But maybe it's different in the [=SpongeBob=] universe because it's underwater.
31st Jan '16 10:40:05 AM ElliottB1
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* The episode "Hooky" is about drug addiction. Think about it: Patrick warns [=SpongeBob=] not to get too 'too high' on the hooks, what Mr. Krabs says about 'what happens when you don't float back down' is a metaphor for dying of an overdose (you get 'too high' and don't come back down, because you're dead). By the end of the episode, [=SpongeBob=] gives into his temptation to the hooks and exclaims he's 'hooked!' (addicted) and finds it impossible to become unhooked, a metaphor for how difficult it is to overcome an addiction once it's set in. He cannot get unhooked without the help of his friends (intervention). This episode was basically teaching kids a really valuable lesson about drug addiction in a subtle way which kids couldn't possibly understand until they were older.
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* The episode "Hooky" is about a metaphor for drug addiction. Think about it: Patrick warns [=SpongeBob=] not to get too 'too high' on the hooks, what Mr. Krabs says about 'what happens when you don't float back down' is a metaphor for dying of an overdose (you get 'too high' and don't come back down, because you're dead). By the end of the episode, [=SpongeBob=] gives into his temptation to the hooks and exclaims he's 'hooked!' (addicted) and finds it impossible to become unhooked, a metaphor for how difficult it is to overcome an addiction once it's set in. He cannot get unhooked without the help of his friends (intervention). This episode was basically teaching kids a really valuable lesson about drug addiction in a subtle way which kids couldn't possibly understand until they were older.
31st Jan '16 9:48:10 AM ryanruff13
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*** Worth noting that when Squidward's question in "Band Geeks" was, "How many of you have played musical instruments before?" We joke about Patrick ''thinking'' that mayonnaise is an instrument all the time, but it's easy to forget that (considering the wording of Squidward's question) Patrick has also ''played'' mayonnaise (and horseradish...which [[NoodleIncident Squidward already knew about]]) as an instrument. ...Use your imagination on this one.
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*** Worth noting that when Squidward's question in "Band Geeks" was, "How many of you have played musical instruments before?" We joke about Patrick ''thinking'' that mayonnaise is an instrument all the time, but it's easy to forget that (considering the wording of Squidward's question) Patrick has also ''played'' mayonnaise (and horseradish...which [[NoodleIncident Squidward already knew about]]) as an instrument. ...Use your imagination on this one.
31st Jan '16 9:46:47 AM ryanruff13
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* In ''Mermaidman and Barnacleboy III'', [=SpongeBob=]'s first attempt at trying to get Man Ray to reform seems simple enough: having him return a wallet to somebody. However, there could be more to his test than that -- perhaps [=SpongeBob=] ''knew'' that Patrick would act dumb, so [=SpongeBob=] had Patrick's stupidity planned in order to test how patient Man Ray was.
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* In ''Mermaidman "Mermaidman and Barnacleboy III'', III", [=SpongeBob=]'s first attempt at trying to get Man Ray to reform seems simple enough: having him return a wallet to somebody.somebody. The plan then seems to be unexpectedly thwarted by Patrick's idiocy. However, there could be more to his test than that -- perhaps [=SpongeBob=] ''knew'' that Patrick would act dumb, so [=SpongeBob=] had Patrick's stupidity planned in order to test how patient Man Ray was.

* In "Squid's Defense", Sandy uses an idiom, "frying two fish in one skillet" in ''Bikini Bottom.'' In front of [=Spongebob=] and Squidward. * Patrick makes quite a few references [[NauseaFuel to chocolate]], and gets covered in it more than once. When you really think about it, that gets really disgusting.
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* In "Squid's Defense", Sandy uses an idiom, "frying two fish in one skillet" in ''Bikini Bottom.'' In front of [=Spongebob=] [=SpongeBob=] and Squidward. * Patrick makes quite a few references to chocolate, and [[NauseaFuel to chocolate]], and gets covered in it it]] more than once. When you really think about it, that gets really disgusting.

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* In "Squid's Defense", Sandy uses an idiom, "frying two fish *** Worth noting that when Squidward's question in one skillet" in ''Bikini Bottom.'' In front "Band Geeks" was, "How many of [=Spongebob=] and Squidward. * you have played musical instruments before?" We joke about Patrick makes quite a few references [[NauseaFuel to chocolate]], and gets covered in it more than once. When you really think about it, ''thinking'' that gets really disgusting.mayonnaise is an instrument all the time, but it's easy to forget that (considering the wording of Squidward's question) Patrick has also ''played'' mayonnaise (and horseradish...which [[NoodleIncident Squidward already knew about]]) as an instrument. ...Use your imagination on this one.
5th Jan '16 7:53:49 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* In "Krab Borg", besides being driven to paranoia by a scary movie, SpongeBob had a good reason to think Mr. Krabs was a robot in disguise: something like that had previously happened in "Imitation Krabs" with Plankton controlling the robot!
12th Dec '15 12:28:08 PM jmac9345
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* In one episode, Sandy uses an idiom, "frying two fish in one skillet" in ''Bikini Bottom.'' In front of [=Spongebob=] and Squidward.
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* In one episode, "Squid's Defense", Sandy uses an idiom, "frying two fish in one skillet" in ''Bikini Bottom.'' In front of [=Spongebob=] and Squidward.
7th Dec '15 3:37:26 PM RayAP9
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* In the episode "The Algae's Always Greener", [=SpongeBob=] wails in despair about "soiling the good Krusty Krab name," and a clearly annoyed Plankton pokes him repeatedly, complaining "Where's the off button on this thing?!" Maybe a simple turn of phrase, or maybe literal, since he's used to Karen, who he really ''can'' turn off if she begins to irritate him.
22nd Oct '15 6:54:16 AM Slionati
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** However, Mr. Krabs ''does'' sell Squidward into slavery in "Le Big Switch" when the Krusty Krab goes bankrupt, and shows absolutely no remorse for it (and doesn't get punished, either). What makes this doubly horrifying is that he sells Squidward to the very people who threatened to '''break Mr. Krabs' kneecaps''' over his debts, making one wonder what they planned to do with Squidward as they dragged him out the restaurant...
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** *** However, Mr. Krabs ''does'' sell Squidward into slavery in "Le Big Switch" when the Krusty Krab goes bankrupt, and shows absolutely no remorse for it (and doesn't get punished, either). What makes this doubly horrifying is that he sells Squidward to the very people who threatened to '''break Mr. Krabs' kneecaps''' over his debts, making one wonder what they planned to do with Squidward as they dragged him out the restaurant...
22nd Oct '15 6:53:05 AM Slionati
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** However, Mr. Krabs ''does'' sell Squidward into slavery in "Le Big Switch" when the Krusty Krab goes bankrupt, and shows absolutely no remorse for it (and doesn't get punished, either). What makes this doubly horrifying is that he sells Squidward to the very people who threatened to '''break Mr. Krabs' kneecaps''' over his debts, making one wonder what they planned to do with Squidward as they dragged him out the restaurant...
21st Oct '15 9:13:41 PM ilovedededeAGAIN2
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* In "Grandma's Secret Recipe", Squidward is shown to make brilliant chum, using his grandmother's recipe. In RealLife, octopi are predators of fish while zooplankton only eat other plankton. Going with the FridgeHorror that chum is dead fish, it makes sense that an octopus would make it well while a plankton wouldn't. ** You've got the wrong episode. The episode you're talking about is "Chum Fricassee."
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* In "Grandma's Secret Recipe", "Chum Fricassee", Squidward is shown to make brilliant chum, using his grandmother's recipe. In RealLife, octopi are predators of fish while zooplankton only eat other plankton. Going with the FridgeHorror that chum is dead fish, it makes sense that an octopus would make it well while a plankton wouldn't. ** You've got the wrong episode. The episode you're talking about is "Chum Fricassee."wouldn't.
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