Funny / SpongeBob SquarePants
You're using too much sauce.

Squidward: Patrick, what are you doing here?!
Patrick: Uhh...I don't know. (smiles wanly) I'm funny.

Practically, the reason why SpongeBob SquarePants is intensely popular is because of the show's humor. And we can't blame them, because these moments are too hilarious for its own good.

  • This is a pretty awesome treat: The voice actors of SpongeBob, Patrick, Sandy, and Squidward redubbing scenes from classic movies.
  • While not really made by the creators of the show, the edited episodes that have cuss words replace parts of the original scripts tend to be fests of laughs for viewers.
  • The SpongeBob 4D ride is four-and-a-half minutes of hilarity. Some significant moments:
    • SpongeBob reasoning that in order to catch Patrick, he must think like Patrick. As such:
      SpongeBobnote : (goes cross-eyed while imitating Patrick) Duuuuh... (looks down) Look, toes! (bends down) (cue the Bubble Bike going on a chaos-ensuing rampage through town)
    • "Pickle? Wasn't me! (cue Patbot)'s ME! AHHHHH! (runs away)"
    • When Plankton's showing off the Patbot 3000:
      Plankton: Behold! A hydraulic crusher to crush your bones! A titanium-tipped ripping saw to cut your flesh! AND A PADDLEBALL! ...Um, made from rubber and wood. (clears throat) And a staple. Anyways, get him!
    • "Hey, that looks just like the back of the Rock Bottom sign. ROCK BOTTOM?!"
    • "Hey, is that my patty?"
    • "By the way, you're doing great for your first day."
    • Patrick is able to stop the wrath of the Patbot 3000 by... unplugging it so he can plug in a toaster.
    • The ending:
      Customer: I'm allergic to pickles.
  • Apparently taking a page from YouTube's book, Nickelodeon went ahead and did a literal version of the SpongeBob theme, where Painty the Pirate and the children sing what's literally shown in the opening (e.g., the children say "Here's the title" instead of singing "SpongeBob SquarePants" whenever the show's title is onscreen). So it's basically a parody of parodies. The only difference is that they own the rights.
  • When the voice actors were doing a live table read of the pilot episode for fans at the "Shellebration" at Universal Studios, Doug Lawrence, in character as Plankton, interrupted midway.
  • Revenge of the Flying Dutchman's final level alleviates the rather hellish setting of the graveyard with the constant Double Entendre use of the word "booty" (as in treasure).
    SpongeBob: So If I understand this correctly, you wouldn't turn down some new booty, even if it came wrapped in a dirty old canvas?
    Dead Pirate: Are you kidding me? Everyone wants more booty no matter what package it comes in. And I'd much rather be playing with my booty, than guarding this old cannon.
  • "I just wanna know your name!"
  • This conversation between SpongeBob and Squidward in the Mermalair level of Battle for Bikini Bottom:
    Squidward: Uh, SpongeBob? How do I get out of here?
    SpongeBob: Well, that depends; do you want the booby trapped or the non-booty trapped exit?
    Squidward: Non-booby trapped, please.
    SpongeBob: Then go that way.
    Squidward: (various screams as he gets maimed offscreen)
    SpongeBob: Or maybe it was that way.
  • Say it with us: "MY LEG!"
    • "MY LEG!" can make just about anything funny. Want proof?
  • In an interview with Tom Kenny, he explains how he got the voice for SpongeBob. The best part of it all though is when he curses, in-character as SpongeBob!

Alternative Title(s): Christmas Who