History SpongebobSquarepants / TropesJToP

18th Aug '16 8:55:04 AM N8han11
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** ''Unfortunately'' for ''Squidward'', in "Prehibernation Week" when he says "He's not in my ''thoughts''.", it often gets mistaken for "He's not in my ''butt''".

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** ''Unfortunately'' Unfortunately for ''Squidward'', Squidward, in "Prehibernation Week" when he says "He's not in my ''thoughts''.", it often gets mistaken for "He's not in my ''butt''".
13th Aug '16 3:27:24 PM FactoidCow
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* MistakenForOwnMurderer: SpongeBob and Patrick fall in love with one of Sandy's pets, a caterpillar named Wormy. When Wormy transforms into a butterfly overnight, they, having never seen such a thing, assume it's a monster that ate Wormy... and they were next!

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* MistakenForOwnMurderer: SpongeBob [=SpongeBob=] and Patrick fall in love with one of Sandy's pets, a caterpillar named Wormy. When Wormy transforms into a butterfly overnight, they, having never seen such a thing, assume it's a monster that ate Wormy... and they were next!next!
* MistakenFromBehind: In the episode [[Recap/SpongebobSquarepantsS2E6GrandmasKissesSquidville "Squidville"]], [=SpongeBob=] and Patrick are trying to find Squidward in a [[InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals crowd of look-alikes]]. Spongebob (and the audience) sees an octopus who looks like Squidward from behind, since he's wearing the same [[IconicOutfit brown shirt]] that Squidward [[LimitedWardrobe usually wears]]. But when [=SpongeBob=] [[TheGlomp embraces]] him we see his face and he has heavy eyebrows and a big black mustache.
13th Aug '16 3:22:11 PM FactoidCow
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** Squidward once complained, "Why must every 11 minutes of my life be filled with misery?"
** From "Nature Pants":
--->'''Sandy:''' I give him a week.
--->'''Squidward:''' I give him 11 minutes.
** After [=SpongeBob=] finishes a long-winded narrative about how he once "lost his identity," a waitress at the bar he was sitting in observes, "Well, you managed to kill 11 minutes."
** From "Planet of the Jellyfish":
--->'''Mr. Krabs:''' What happened?
--->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' Well, let me tell ya...
--->'''narrator:''' Eleven minutes later...
--->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' ... And that's why we're covered in goo.

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** *** Squidward once complained, "Why must every 11 minutes of my life be filled with misery?"
** *** From "Nature Pants":
--->'''Sandy:''' ---->'''Sandy:''' I give him a week.
--->'''Squidward:''' ---->'''Squidward:''' I give him 11 minutes.
** *** After [=SpongeBob=] finishes a long-winded narrative about how he once "lost his identity," a waitress at the bar he was sitting in observes, "Well, you managed to kill 11 minutes."
** *** From "Planet of the Jellyfish":
--->'''Mr.---->'''Mr. Krabs:''' What happened?
--->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' ---->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' Well, let me tell ya...
--->'''narrator:''' ---->'''narrator:''' Eleven minutes later...
--->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' ...---->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' ... And that's why we're covered in goo.
30th Jul '16 11:54:34 PM CaptainTedium
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** Squidward. While most of the time he acts serious, on several occasions he'll behave very childishly, to the point of becoming a dangerous madman. The clearest example of this is in the episode "Fools In April", no doubt, but "Artist Unknown" and "Just One Bite" are also good showcases of this.

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** Squidward. While most of the time he acts serious, on several occasions he'll behave very childishly, to the point of becoming a dangerous madman. The clearest example of this is in the episode "Fools In April", April" (where he attempts to play an elaborate prank on [=SpongeBob=] in retaliation for annoying him with his April Fool's Day jokes), no doubt, but "Artist Unknown" (where he reacts to [=SpongeBob=]'s inability to recreate Michelangelo's David by throwing a tantrum and messing up his art studio) and "Just One Bite" (where he tries krabby patties for the first time and becomes so obsessed with eating more that he tries to do so without [=SpongeBob=] knowing) are also good showcases of this.
30th Jul '16 11:46:55 PM CaptainTedium
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* PuffOfLogic: [=SpongeBob=] doesn't have hair...or does he?

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* PuffOfLogic: In "Life of Crime", when [=SpongeBob=] doesn't have hair...or does he?and Patrick are keeping warm by a fire, Patrick asks how fire can exist underwater, which then causes the fire to promptly go out.
22nd Jul '16 10:28:49 PM CaptainTedium
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* PetTheDog: The ending of "Love That Squid", where Squidward, after seasons of being down on his luck and designated to have anything seemingly good that could happen to him get crushed, succeeds in getting a date with a girl.

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* PetTheDog: The ending of "Love That Squid", While Squidward is usually mean to [=SpongeBob=], on some occasions lashing out on him when he's not bothering him or is even trying to make up for the times he bothered him, there are some times where Squidward, after seasons of being down on Squidward is nice to [=SpongeBob=].
** In "Pizza Delivery", when an UnsatisfiableCustomer makes [=SpongeBob=] cry by refusing the pizza just because it didn't come with a drink (which he didn't even ask for in the first place), Squidward's response is to ring the jerk's doorbell and slam the pizza right in
his luck face.
** "Christmas Who?" has Squidward initially make fun of [=SpongeBob=] for introducing Bikini Bottom to the concept of Christmas
and designated rubbing it in when Santa doesn't show up. After realizing how upset [=SpongeBob=] is, he chooses to impersonate Santa Claus to cheer [=SpongeBob=] up and even makes the big sacrifice of giving away most of his possessions to the citizens of Bikini Bottom as presents.
** When [=SpongeBob=] is shown
to have anything seemingly good difficulty flipping patties with broken thumbs in "Two Thumbs Down", Squidward offers to help him, pointing out that could happen to him get crushed, succeeds in getting a date with a girl.his own thumbs work.
22nd Jul '16 1:21:05 AM CaptainTedium
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* TheMovie: ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobSquarepantsMovie'' and ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSpongeOutOfWater''.

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* TheMovie: ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobSquarepantsMovie'' and ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSpongeOutOfWater''.''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobMovieSpongeOutOfWater''.
22nd Jul '16 1:19:49 AM CaptainTedium
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* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Pranking the town as ghosts with no clothes on, among other instances.

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* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Pranking Quite a lot of episodes involve characters being nude for the sake of laughs.
** "Pranks a Lot" has [=SpongeBob=] and Patrick using invisibility spray to prank
the town as ghosts with no clothes on, among other instances.on.


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** It is sometimes brought up that Plankton doesn't wear any clothes, one notable example being in "The Algae's Always Greener", where he switches lives with Mr. Krabs and finds himself wearing Krabs' clothes and Mr. Krabs walking around naked due to taking his place as his rival stealing the Krabby Patty formula. Plankton eventually explains in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobMovieSpongeOutOfWater'' that he goes naked because they don't make clothes his size.
19th Jun '16 1:11:52 AM Morgenthaler
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** Also referred to on "Sleepy Time". When SpongeBob meets Gary in the dreamworld, the now erudite Gary tries to explain to him the concept of dreams as a view to another world. When an EmilyDickinson poem goes over SB's head, Gary recites one more his speed: "There once was an old man from Peru; Who dreamed he was eating his shoe; He woke with a fright; In the middle of the night; To find that his dream had come true".

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** Also referred to on "Sleepy Time". When SpongeBob meets Gary in the dreamworld, the now erudite Gary tries to explain to him the concept of dreams as a view to another world. When an EmilyDickinson Creator/EmilyDickinson poem goes over SB's head, Gary recites one more his speed: "There once was an old man from Peru; Who dreamed he was eating his shoe; He woke with a fright; In the middle of the night; To find that his dream had come true".
13th Jun '16 11:31:02 AM chakrawarrior
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** There are [UpToEleven SEVEN] minor characters named Frank!

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** There are [UpToEleven SEVEN] [[UpToEleven SEVEN]] minor characters named Frank!
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