History TearJerker / SpongebobSquarepants

24th May '16 10:40:30 AM BurntMario
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* Spongebob's reaction to learning to his 299 copies of himself are starting to disappear after Plankton mentions this. He mentions how attached he was with them and cries as each of them start vanishing.

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* In "[=CopyBob DittoPants=]," Spongebob's reaction to learning to the disappearances of his 299 copies of himself are starting to disappear after Plankton mentions this. copies. He mentions how attached he was with them and cries as each of them start starts vanishing.
21st May '16 12:27:51 PM brb1006
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* Spongebob's reaction to learning to his 999 copies of himself are starting to disappear after Plankton mentions this. He mentions how attached he was with them and cries as each of them start vanishing.

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* Spongebob's reaction to learning to his 999 299 copies of himself are starting to disappear after Plankton mentions this. He mentions how attached he was with them and cries as each of them start vanishing.
21st May '16 12:26:18 PM brb1006
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* Spongebob's reaction to learning to his 999 copies of himself are starting to disappear after Plankton mentions this. He mentions how attached he was with them and cries as each of them start vanishing.
20th May '16 7:09:50 AM travisbob
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* A small example from season 1, from "Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy II." Spongebob abuses the power of the Conch Signal, running Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy ragged with several pointless, petty errands. Eventually, Barnacle Boy snaps at Spongebob ''very'' angrily, chewing him out for being such a pain in the neck. Spongebob's response is to well up with tears, and say, "I'm sorry... I just wanted to spend time with you... You guys are my HEROES!" and break down sobbing. It's one of the few times when his sobbing isn't played up in a hammy, ridiculous way, and Mermaid Man is so moved that he persuades Barnacle Boy to stop giving him a hard time and to let Spongebob go "on patrol" with them for a day.
16th May '16 11:32:08 PM BurntMario
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* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake that he can't bring himself to crush Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" was yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions. He then proceeds to share with his arch-nemesis the loneliness he'd been suffering for years before meeting Cashina, as if the two of them were still friends honest with each other. Plankton, being [[{{Jerkass}} Plankton]], simply brushes off Krabs's genuine emotion as something crazy, not caring that he broke his heart and leaving the crustacean in tears. Sure, the idea of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin falling in love with a literal (albeit sentient, unlike the subject in "To Love a Patty") wad of cash]] is a bit absurd, but ignoring that fact and knowing that the woman he was in love with turned out to be a lie is truly heartbreaking. It's an ending that can actually make a viewer [[TheWoobie feel sorry for Krabs]], even when taking into account the terrible things he'd done seasons earlier.
--> '''Krabs''': Cashina may not have been real, but me feelings were, weren't they?!
** It's even worse when you consider ''how'' Krabs realizes that Cashina was a fake. He's about to reveal the secret formula (unknowingly, at this point) to Plankton, only to become too overwhelmed with love for his "wife" that he begins to tear up, causing Plankton's robot to blow up.

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* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs [[spoiler:Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake that he can't bring himself to crush Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" was yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions. He then proceeds to share with his arch-nemesis the loneliness he'd been suffering for years before meeting Cashina, as if the two of them were still friends honest with each other. Plankton, being [[{{Jerkass}} Plankton]], simply brushes off Krabs's genuine emotion as something crazy, not caring that he broke his heart and leaving the crustacean in tears. Sure, the idea of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin falling in love with a literal (albeit sentient, unlike the subject in "To Love a Patty") wad of cash]] is a bit absurd, but ignoring that fact and knowing that the woman he was in love with turned out to be a lie is truly heartbreaking. ]] It's an ending that can actually make a viewer [[TheWoobie feel sorry for Krabs]], even when taking into account the terrible things he'd done seasons earlier.
--> '''Krabs''': Cashina [[spoiler:Cashina may not have been real, but me feelings were, weren't they?!
they?!]]
** It's even worse when you consider ''how'' Krabs realizes that Cashina was a fake. He's [[spoiler:He's about to reveal the secret formula (unknowingly, at this point) to Plankton, only to become too overwhelmed with love for his "wife" that he begins to tear up, causing Plankton's robot to blow up.]]
16th May '16 10:14:07 AM BurntMario
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* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake that he can't launch or squish Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" was yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions. He then proceeds to share with his arch-nemesis the loneliness he'd been suffering for years before meeting Cashina, as if the two of them were still friends honest with each other. Plankton, being [[{{Jerkass}} Plankton]], simply brushes off Krabs's genuine emotion as something crazy, not caring that he broke his heart and leaving the crustacean in tears. Sure, the idea of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin falling in love with a literal (albeit sentient, unlike the subject in "To Love a Patty") wad of cash]] is a bit absurd, but ignoring that fact and knowing that the woman he was in love with turned out to be a lie is truly heartbreaking. It's an ending that can actually make a viewer [[TheWoobie feel sorry for Krabs]], even when taking into account the terrible things he'd done seasons earlier.

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* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake that he can't launch or squish bring himself to crush Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" was yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions. He then proceeds to share with his arch-nemesis the loneliness he'd been suffering for years before meeting Cashina, as if the two of them were still friends honest with each other. Plankton, being [[{{Jerkass}} Plankton]], simply brushes off Krabs's genuine emotion as something crazy, not caring that he broke his heart and leaving the crustacean in tears. Sure, the idea of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin falling in love with a literal (albeit sentient, unlike the subject in "To Love a Patty") wad of cash]] is a bit absurd, but ignoring that fact and knowing that the woman he was in love with turned out to be a lie is truly heartbreaking. It's an ending that can actually make a viewer [[TheWoobie feel sorry for Krabs]], even when taking into account the terrible things he'd done seasons earlier.
16th May '16 10:08:50 AM BurntMario
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** It's even worse when you consider ''how'' Krabs realizes that Cashina was a fake. He's about to reveal the secret formula (unknowingly at tis point) to Plankton, only to become too overwhelmed with love for his "wife" that he begins to tear up, causing Plankton's robot to short-circuit.

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** It's even worse when you consider ''how'' Krabs realizes that Cashina was a fake. He's about to reveal the secret formula (unknowingly (unknowingly, at tis this point) to Plankton, only to become too overwhelmed with love for his "wife" that he begins to tear up, causing Plankton's robot to short-circuit.blow up.
16th May '16 10:05:16 AM BurntMario
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* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake that he can't launch or squish Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions. He then proceeds to share with his arch-nemesis the loneliness he'd been suffering for years before meeting Cashina, as if the two of them were still friends honest with each other. Plankton, being [[{{Jerkass}} Plankton]], simply brushes off Krabs's genuine emotion as something crazy, not caring that he broke his heart and leaving the crustacean in tears. Sure, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin falling in love with a literal (albeit sentient, unlike the subject in "To Love a Patty") wad of cash]] is a bit absurd, but ignoring that fact and knowing that the woman he was in love with turned out to be a lie is truly heartbreaking. It's an ending that can actually make a viewer [[TheWoobie feel sorry for Krabs]], even when taking into account the terrible things he'd done seasons earlier.

to:

* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake that he can't launch or squish Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" was yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions. He then proceeds to share with his arch-nemesis the loneliness he'd been suffering for years before meeting Cashina, as if the two of them were still friends honest with each other. Plankton, being [[{{Jerkass}} Plankton]], simply brushes off Krabs's genuine emotion as something crazy, not caring that he broke his heart and leaving the crustacean in tears. Sure, the idea of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin falling in love with a literal (albeit sentient, unlike the subject in "To Love a Patty") wad of cash]] is a bit absurd, but ignoring that fact and knowing that the woman he was in love with turned out to be a lie is truly heartbreaking. It's an ending that can actually make a viewer [[TheWoobie feel sorry for Krabs]], even when taking into account the terrible things he'd done seasons earlier.



** It's even worse when you consider ''how'' Krabs realizes that Cashina was a fake. He's about to reveal the secret formula, only to become too overwhelmed with love for his "wife" that he begins to tear up, causing Plankton's robot to short-circuit.

to:

** It's even worse when you consider ''how'' Krabs realizes that Cashina was a fake. He's about to reveal the secret formula, formula (unknowingly at tis point) to Plankton, only to become too overwhelmed with love for his "wife" that he begins to tear up, causing Plankton's robot to short-circuit.
16th May '16 10:01:51 AM BurntMario
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* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake to launch or squish Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions.

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* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake to that he can't launch or squish Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions. He then proceeds to share with his arch-nemesis the loneliness he'd been suffering for years before meeting Cashina, as if the two of them were still friends honest with each other. Plankton, being [[{{Jerkass}} Plankton]], simply brushes off Krabs's genuine emotion as something crazy, not caring that he broke his heart and leaving the crustacean in tears. Sure, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin falling in love with a literal (albeit sentient, unlike the subject in "To Love a Patty") wad of cash]] is a bit absurd, but ignoring that fact and knowing that the woman he was in love with turned out to be a lie is truly heartbreaking. It's an ending that can actually make a viewer [[TheWoobie feel sorry for Krabs]], even when taking into account the terrible things he'd done seasons earlier.
--> '''Krabs''': Cashina may not have been real, but me feelings were, weren't they?!
16th May '16 9:45:44 AM BurntMario
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* The surprisingly brutal DownerEnding of "Married to Money," especially considering the ridiculousness of the premise and most of the plot. Naturally, Krabs finds out that "Cashina" was really just a robot operated by Plankton, but [[HeroicBSOD his reaction]] is something else. Krabs becomes too distraught by the fact that the love of his life was a fake to launch or squish Plankton like he usually does, caring less that his "wife" yet another attempt to steal the secret formula and more that Plankton was playing with his emotions.
** It's even worse when you consider ''how'' Krabs realizes that Cashina was a fake. He's about to reveal the secret formula, only to become too overwhelmed with love for his "wife" that he begins to tear up, causing Plankton's robot to short-circuit.
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