History YMMV / SpongeBobSquarePants

27th Jun '17 12:34:41 AM waters20
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** "Dude, put that thing away! There are, like, children here!" [[note:explanation:]]A fish named Nat's reaction to Patrick sticking his belly out in "[=SpongeGuard=] on Duty". [[/note]]

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** "Dude, put that thing away! There are, like, children here!" [[note:explanation:]]A [[labelnote:explanation:]]A fish named Nat's reaction to Patrick sticking his belly out in "[=SpongeGuard=] on Duty". [[/note]]Duty".[[/labelnote]]
27th Jun '17 12:32:21 AM waters20
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** "Dude, put that thing away! There are, like, children here!" [[labelnote:explanation]]A fish named Nat's reaction to Patrick sticking his belly out in "[=SpongeGuard=] on Duty".[[/labelnote]]
** [=SpongeBob=]'s line towards Mrs. Puff in "No Free Rides": "See you next Tuesday". [[labelnote:note]]"See you" sounds like the letters 'C' and 'U' and the word "next" starts with the letter 'N' and "Tuesday" starts with 'T'. In other words, the four letters mentioned in those order spell the word "cunt".[[/lablenote]]

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** "Dude, put that thing away! There are, like, children here!" [[labelnote:explanation]]A [[note:explanation:]]A fish named Nat's reaction to Patrick sticking his belly out in "[=SpongeGuard=] on Duty".[[/labelnote]]
Duty". [[/note]]
** [=SpongeBob=]'s line towards Mrs. Puff in "No Free Rides": "See you next Tuesday". [[labelnote:note]]"See [[note]]"See you" sounds like the letters 'C' and 'U' and the word "next" starts with the letter 'N' and "Tuesday" starts with 'T'. In other words, the four letters mentioned in those order spell the word "cunt".[[/lablenote]] [[/note]]
27th Jun '17 12:23:30 AM waters20
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* AccidentalInnuendo: "Dude, put that thing away! There are, like, children here!" [[labelnote:explanation]]A fish named Nat's reaction to Patrick sticking his belly out in "[=SpongeGuard=] on Duty".[[/labelnote]]

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* AccidentalInnuendo: AccidentalInnuendo:
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"Dude, put that thing away! There are, like, children here!" [[labelnote:explanation]]A fish named Nat's reaction to Patrick sticking his belly out in "[=SpongeGuard=] on Duty".[[/labelnote]][[/labelnote]]
** [=SpongeBob=]'s line towards Mrs. Puff in "No Free Rides": "See you next Tuesday". [[labelnote:note]]"See you" sounds like the letters 'C' and 'U' and the word "next" starts with the letter 'N' and "Tuesday" starts with 'T'. In other words, the four letters mentioned in those order spell the word "cunt".[[/lablenote]]
24th Jun '17 11:07:00 AM BlackBaroness
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** [=SpongeBob=] lives in a pineapple, which seems out of place for an underwater setting until one realizes that there's a type of sponge known as the pineapple sponge.
23rd Jun '17 9:39:10 AM MsCC93
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** Mr. Krabs getting angry at Spongebob over losing two dollars to Flats in "Pickles."
-->'''Mr. Krabs:''' That's two dollars comin' out of your paycheck.
19th Jun '17 3:44:45 PM KoopaKid17
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* CantUnhearIt: It's hard to read any kind of title cards ("Meanwhile...", "[Amount of time] later...") in any show or movie now in any voice other than Creator/TomKenny's Creator/JacquesCousteau-esque narrator voice.

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* CantUnhearIt: It's hard to read any kind of title time cards or a message denoting a passage of time ("Meanwhile...", "[Amount of time] later...") in any show or movie now in any voice other than Creator/TomKenny's Creator/JacquesCousteau-esque narrator voice.
12th Jun '17 2:37:17 PM TheCoolKat1995
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** Patrick is notorious for being a bad, selfish friend to Spongebob in the post-movie seasons. It's often ignored by pre-movie fans that despite Patrick being a fellow troublemaker and likeminded individual, he's always been a pretty bad, two-faced friend to Spongebob, even in the pre-movie seasons. Patrick goes insane and tries to kidnap Spongebob when he goes to live with the jellyfish ("Nature Pants"), tries to '''murder''' him and a bunch of strangers when he doesn't get anything for Valentines Day ("Valentines Day"), abandons him in Rock Bottom ("Rock Bottom"), enjoys convincing Spongebob he's hideous way too much ("Something Smells"), abandons their plan to be 'grown-up' as soon as his interests change ("Grandma's Cookies"), tries to sell Spongebob out to the cops when he can't con him out of his last cookie ("Life Of Crime"), rubs Gary choosing him over Spongebob in Spongebob's face ("Dumped"), abruptly stabs Spongebob in the back so he can continue looking like the smart one to his 'parents' ("I'm With Stupid"), immediately tries to squeal on Spongebob to Mr. Krabs for swearing ("Sailor Mouth") and neglects their baby scallop Junior, leaving Spongebob with all the work raising their son for months on end while he sits on his butt watching TV ("Rock-A-Bye Bivalve"). Patrick becomes a meaner person from Season 4 onwards, but Patrick turning on Spongebob on a whim as soon as his interests change is hardly out-of-character for him.

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** Patrick is notorious for being a bad, selfish friend to Spongebob in the post-movie seasons. It's often ignored by pre-movie fans that despite Patrick being a fellow troublemaker and likeminded individual, he's always been a pretty bad, two-faced friend to Spongebob, even in the pre-movie seasons. Patrick goes insane and tries to kidnap Spongebob when he goes to live with the jellyfish ("Nature Pants"), tries to '''murder''' him and a bunch of strangers when he doesn't get anything for Valentines Day ("Valentines Day"), abandons him in Rock Bottom ("Rock Bottom"), enjoys convincing Spongebob he's hideous way too much ("Something Smells"), abandons their plan to be 'grown-up' as soon as his interests change and leaves him hanging for some cookies ("Grandma's Cookies"), tries to sell Spongebob out to the cops when he can't con him out of his last cookie chocolate bar ("Life Of Crime"), rubs Gary choosing him over Spongebob in Spongebob's face ("Dumped"), abruptly stabs Spongebob in the back so he can continue looking like the smart one to his 'parents' ("I'm With Stupid"), immediately tries to squeal on Spongebob to Mr. Krabs for swearing ("Sailor Mouth") and neglects their baby scallop Junior, leaving Spongebob with all the work raising their son for months on end while he sits on his butt watching TV ("Rock-A-Bye Bivalve"). Patrick becomes a meaner person from Season 4 onwards, but Patrick turning on Spongebob on a whim as soon as his interests change is hardly out-of-character for him.
12th Jun '17 2:27:50 PM TheCoolKat1995
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** Patrick is notorious for being a bad, selfish friend to Spongebob in the post-movie seasons. It's often ignored by pre-movie fans that despite Patrick being a fellow troublemaker and likeminded individual, he's always been a pretty bad, two-faced friend to Spongebob, even in the pre-movie seasons. Patrick goes insane and tries to kidnap Spongebob when he goes to live with the jellyfish ("Nature Pants"), tries to '''murder''' him and a bunch of strangers when he doesn't get anything for Valentines Day ("Valentines Day"), abandons him in Rock Bottom ("Rock Bottom"), enjoys convincing Spongebob he's hideous way too much ("Something Smells"), abandons their plan to be 'grown-up' as soon as his interests change ("Grandma's Cookies"), tries to sell Spongebob out to the cops when he can't con him out of his last cookie ("Life Of Crime"), rubs Gary choosing him over Spongebob in Spongebob's face ("Dumped"), abruptly stabs Spongebob in the back so he can continue looking like the smart one to his 'parents' ("I'm With Stupid"), immediately tries to squeal on Spongebob to Mr. Krabs for swearing ("Sailor Mouth") and neglects their baby clam Junior, leaving Spongebob with all the work raising their son for months on end ("Rock-A-Bye Bivalve"). Patrick becomes a meaner person from Season 4 onwards, but Patrick turning on Spongebob on a whim as soon as his interests change is hardly out-of-character for him.

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** Patrick is notorious for being a bad, selfish friend to Spongebob in the post-movie seasons. It's often ignored by pre-movie fans that despite Patrick being a fellow troublemaker and likeminded individual, he's always been a pretty bad, two-faced friend to Spongebob, even in the pre-movie seasons. Patrick goes insane and tries to kidnap Spongebob when he goes to live with the jellyfish ("Nature Pants"), tries to '''murder''' him and a bunch of strangers when he doesn't get anything for Valentines Day ("Valentines Day"), abandons him in Rock Bottom ("Rock Bottom"), enjoys convincing Spongebob he's hideous way too much ("Something Smells"), abandons their plan to be 'grown-up' as soon as his interests change ("Grandma's Cookies"), tries to sell Spongebob out to the cops when he can't con him out of his last cookie ("Life Of Crime"), rubs Gary choosing him over Spongebob in Spongebob's face ("Dumped"), abruptly stabs Spongebob in the back so he can continue looking like the smart one to his 'parents' ("I'm With Stupid"), immediately tries to squeal on Spongebob to Mr. Krabs for swearing ("Sailor Mouth") and neglects their baby clam scallop Junior, leaving Spongebob with all the work raising their son for months on end while he sits on his butt watching TV ("Rock-A-Bye Bivalve"). Patrick becomes a meaner person from Season 4 onwards, but Patrick turning on Spongebob on a whim as soon as his interests change is hardly out-of-character for him.
12th Jun '17 7:12:40 AM TheCoolKat1995
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* FranchiseOriginalSin: While Mr. Krabs is often derided as having been [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderized]] into an unlikeable jackass in post-movie seasons, the flanderization actually started to set in early as season 2 - 3. At least two pre-movie episodes ("Krabby Land" and "Jellyfish Hunter") feature him in an unambiguously antagonistic role, conning children and using jellyfish for slave labor. In "Born Again Krabs", he sells Spongebob's soul for some pocket change, and in "Clams" a completely insane Mr. Krabs forces Spongebob and Squidward to be live bait for a giant clam, considering their lives expendable, so he can reclaim a dollar. What probably keeps these episodes from receiving so much fan hate is that they (usually) end with him [[LaserGuidedKarma getting what's coming to him]].

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* FranchiseOriginalSin: While Mr. Krabs is often derided as having been [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderized]] into an unlikeable jackass in post-movie seasons, the flanderization actually started to set in early as season seasons 2 - 3. At least two pre-movie episodes ("Krabby Land" and "Jellyfish Hunter") feature him in an unambiguously antagonistic role, conning children and using jellyfish for slave labor. In "Born Again Krabs", he sells Spongebob's soul for some pocket change, and in "Clams" a completely insane Mr. Krabs forces Spongebob and Squidward to be live bait for a giant clam, considering their lives expendable, so he can reclaim a dollar. What probably keeps these episodes from receiving so much fan hate is that they (usually) end with him [[LaserGuidedKarma getting what's coming to him]].
12th Jun '17 7:07:53 AM TheCoolKat1995
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* FranchiseOriginalSin: While Mr. Krabs is often derided as having been [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderized]] into an unlikeable jackass in post-movie seasons, at least two pre-movie episodes ("Krabby Land" and "Jellyfish Hunter") feature him in an unambiguously antagonistic role, conning children and using jellyfish for slave labor. In "Born Again Krabs", he sells Spongebob's soul for some pocket change, and in "Clams" a completely insane Mr. Krabs forces Spongebob and Squidward to be live bait for a giant clam, considering their lives expendable, so he can reclaim a dollar. What probably keeps these episodes from receiving so much fan hate is that they (usually) end with him [[LaserGuidedKarma getting what's coming to him]].

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* FranchiseOriginalSin: While Mr. Krabs is often derided as having been [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderized]] into an unlikeable jackass in post-movie seasons, at the flanderization actually started to set in early as season 2 - 3. At least two pre-movie episodes ("Krabby Land" and "Jellyfish Hunter") feature him in an unambiguously antagonistic role, conning children and using jellyfish for slave labor. In "Born Again Krabs", he sells Spongebob's soul for some pocket change, and in "Clams" a completely insane Mr. Krabs forces Spongebob and Squidward to be live bait for a giant clam, considering their lives expendable, so he can reclaim a dollar. What probably keeps these episodes from receiving so much fan hate is that they (usually) end with him [[LaserGuidedKarma getting what's coming to him]].
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