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No Pictures Please

Patrick becomes a tour guide and shows a tourist around Bikini Bottom.

No Pictures Please contains examples of:

  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Squidward angrily slams one of the flowers in the sky.
  • Brick Joke: A man says that Patrick was "trying to eat his mailbox!" A mailbox with a bite mark in it appears in SpongeBob's refrigerator.
  • Catch Phrase: Rube's is "amazing!"
  • Glove Slap: Patrick is angry that the bus depot doesn't sell balloons, so he puts on two gloves, then pulls one of them off and slaps the ticket clerk with it.
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  • High-Pressure Emotion: Squidward's entire body turns red with rage when he sees Patrick and Rube in his bathroom while he was taking a shower.
  • Out of Focus: SpongeBob only appears twice in this episode.
  • Potty Emergency: Once the bus stops, the people on it instantly run towards the bathroom.
  • Scary Flashlight Face: Patrick shines a flashlight in his face while he talks about "this hole he dug yesterday."
  • Shout-Out: This episode takes place in "The Tidal Zone," a parody of The Twilight Zone.
    • The "Kissing Stone of the Ancients" is a parody of the the Blarney Stone.
  • The Man in the Mirror Talks Back: Patrick looks in the bus's window and his reflection gets an idea.
    Patrick's reflection: I could be a tour guide!
    Patrick: Ooh, I could be a tour guide?
    Patrick's reflection: That's what I said!

Stuck on the Roof

SpongeBob struggles to live his life once his fear of heights prevents him from getting off the roof.


Stuck on the Roof contains examples of:

  • Buried Alive: Squidward is still in the old Krusty Krab when it gets pushed underground by the new one.
  • Lampshade Hanging: When a rain storm starts while everyone is on the roof, a customer starts to say, "Rain? But we're under-" before being blown away by the wind.
  • One Episode Fear: This is the only episode in which SpongeBob is afraid of heights.
  • Shaking the Rump: SpongeBob does this while dancing.


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