ITT: The greatest moments in Spongebob history
Unexpected explosions are a favourite trope of mine in animation so I'm a little bias.
Early squidward was a 21st century comedy masterpiece.
>nowadays they'd never do something as surreal as using a live action man in a gorilla suit
>they'd just draw a gorilla that looks out of place in Bikini Bottom
>Pic semi related
Wumbo was a joke that was perfect on its own
And then they went and followed it up with an even better payoff towards the end
>He burnt my burger!
>He burnt my fries!
>He burnt my shake...
Not as classic, but damn if I don't sing it every time I see one (so roughly twice a minute during the winter).
This whole scene.
It's one of the only times in the entire show where SpongeBob is genuinely pissed off at Squidward and it's glorious.
>His fucking face in that scene
I actually kek'd irl he just looks so fucking pissed.
>You took my only food! Now I'm gonna starve!
>You're going to be wearing a salmon suit?
It gets me everytime
Keep Going. You're good, you're good, you're good.
>Those guys are dorks.
>Yes, but they're my dorks.
The perfume department bit is also gold.
The banter in the beginning with Squidward and the Flying Dutchman was also great.
>Hey, how come overtime they mess up all they get is the welcome wagon? If ya ask me, I-AHHHHHHHHHH!
only if you want to get about 5% of the jokes people on /co/ make
So just watch the first 4 seasons and the movies
The second movie isn't as good, so you can not watch it if you want
Every episode from Seasons 1-3 have memorable quotes or moments so it's hard to pick just one
This was easily one of the most satisfying moments on the show. I think besides when he goes into his maniacal mode when he trumps spongebob a few times this is the only time Squidward actually is happy with what is happening in his life.
>Every night before he goes to bed he looks at the conductor baton on his dresser and thinks: "Maybe again someday. Someday."
Still surprises me today that they managed to slip in a metal group, albeit the most popular one at the time, into a children's cartoon without to much
>by the powers of naughtiness, I command this particular drop of hot sauce to be really really hot!
Man, this series used to be wonderfully absurd. Whatever happened?
And will it happen to Gumball?
My boyfriend says this to me almost everyday. And I will laugh every single time.
Watching this episode as a kid felt surreal. Made me think nothing was real for a moment. I remember just this weird feeling I would get from it where my body felt disconnected from my actions. Gave me the heebie jeebies
Mr enter is a fucking disgusting cunt who whines about everything and when called out on his bullshit just whines about his Asperger's. He also bitches about the fact that ED wrote a page on him and that "teh trolls are bulling him"
Not everyone who makes posts something in a hyperbolic fashion is a Mr. Enter or Television Troper. Reminds me of this time when some greasy fag handed me his fanfiction and I beat his fucking hid in with a tree branch because that's what I want to do to you fun sucking faggots who don't seem to grasp the concept of sarcasm or hyperbole.
>Patrick, what are you doing here?!
>I THOUGH THE CORPS WOULD STRAIGHTEN OUT MY LIFE, SIR!!
>Spongebob doing standup
>*says a terrible joke*
>shot of an unhappy crowd and a real life cricket chirping
>*says a worse joke*
>unhappy crowd shot again
>cricket stops chirping
It might, for the shows I've seen its seems rare for a show to keep that charm once the creator or whoever was more demanding for the quality of the show to be good and only accepts top quality before it ships out leaves.
Clarence i think the guy was fired for some harassment suit or sum such went from slice of life to having some surreal elements touch on the show.
Other times the board or whoever was in charge and made it good starts to fuck up too much with his lore or progression George Lucas and the prequels, Regular show and "muh relationships", the Simpson and how stale is has gotten.
I forgot Adventure Time, went from Adventures to SJW lazy garbage once it got a strong footing on the ground. I think Penn gave the studio all the freedom to do as they pleased with the show, but he dont care he gets a pay check for doing nuffin. I get creating assets cost money but they rarely since left Candy kingdom or places near their house.
I swear the first movie was reaction image gold, especially that fucking hangover scene.
I liked the sequel but it was nowhere near as funny as the first movie.
This whole episode, really. The onion jokes, where's the slot, old man jenkins...
>Hey Patrick, what am I now?
>No, I'm Texas!
>What's the difference?
rewatching season 1 and spongebob is literally amadeus
>Spongebob was 13 when he started working at the Krusty Krab.
This probably doesn't make a lot of sense, but what I think helps make a show good is the little things, little comedic quirks that let you settle into the show.
Like that explosion in >>79014962
or how they made plankton use over the top vocabulary. Little things that make the show and the atmosphere, and I think spongebob had a lot of those.
This song always makes me feel good.
Well, these claws ain't just for attracting mates!
If already hasn't been, can someone post the one from the anchor throwing contest where the judge, no matter how hard he tries, always gets crushed by the anchor? Especially when he runs in circles away from the anchor screaming for his life and still gets hit, fucking hilarious.
they're actually decent senpai
Hillenburg is only the executive producer as of right now. He won't be as involved with the show until season 10.
Some old writers also returned as well. Kaz, who previously wrote some season 3 episodes, wrote pic related and it's actually pretty good.
Seasons 1 to 3 are god tier. Most people say season 4 is where the show began to get shit, but I think there are more good eps then bad. I would say season 5 is where it starts to grow stale.
Spongebob doesn't have hair...
Or does he?
I thought squidward was supposed to be the unnatural one, not spongebob.
Now that I work at a supermarket, now I see.
>My sensors indicate that you are, in fact, a weenie
>You mean like a weenie? Okay!
>MAY I TAKE YOUR HAT SIR? MAY I TAKE YOUR HAT SIR?
>the permanent of all writing utensils
>great now hand it over
>WAIT I CHANGED MY MIND
>JUST HAND IT OVER SPONGEBOB
MY HAND, MY HAND IS CRAMPING MRS PUFF MAKE IT STOP
>YOU ONLY NEED 3 MORE WORDS
>WHAT I LEARNED IN BOATING SCHOOL IIISSS
>WHAT I LEARNED IN BOATING SCHOOL IIISSS
I'm sure I got something backwards but this will always be my favorite of how a little conversation can turn to 0 to what the fuck is going on in the blink of an eye
Not unlike the bright colors of a poisonous frog, the animation and coloring style of modern spongebob serves as a warning sign to stay far away, it's just instinct at this point
The joke is
A) The subversion of "I feel like someone is watching me", replacing it with "wants to sell me something!"
B) The reveal that there isn't anything there
C) The second reveal that there are in fact salesmen there
>Win this one because I told you to
>thought it was just a loss reference
>realize it's actually a game being played also.
>mfw remembering this episode after reading The Telltale Heart for the first time
>His head turned into a leg.
I've literally never noticed that before this.
There's always something else that struck me as hilarious about this scene, and that it actually turns a common episode plot right on its head. Normally the bad guy doesn't understand how to be good, and can't even put on an act, while Man Ray knows exactly how to fool Sponge and Pat, but they're just not that good in the teaching departmen.
It was a subtle little detail from that age of cartoons.
HOW MANY TIMES DO WE HAVE TO TEACH YOU THIS LESSON OLD MAN?
Probably the nicest guy in bikini bottom next to old man Jenkins.
>Squidward actually says he's an octopus
Well that just taking a shit on his charm
>"Everyone run for your lives! Robots have taken over the world!"
>No one does shit
>everyone flips the fuck out
>No spongebob, you have to ask him a question and then slap him
>What color is my undawear" *smack*
Maybe he just says that to trick them. True, octopi don't have any bones, squids actually do have a somewhat similarish backbone. Maybe Sandy isn't going to have any of it.
But then again, Squidward's tone when he says that sounds genuine, so he could be an octopus, although that would be absolutely retarded.
I didn't notice it until you mentioned it.
There was one I saw recently (around thanksgiving) where it had this gag where sqidward looks like he is about to kill himself a few times. I almost threw up laughing, he stuck his head in the oven and threw a rope over a fan and stuff. Creepy pasta tier.
I've seen this dozens of times and NEVER noticed this until now