What pre-movie Spongbob episode (seasons 1-3) is your least favorite?
Pic related. Patrick was too much of a dick and the twist at the end sucked.
I imagine there's loads of pre-movie episodes that I don't even remember existing. 60 episodes aired before the movie, and I can probably remember 10 off the top of my head.
Also the show had the typical fucked up schedule that Nick seems to give its cartoons, surprised it became as big a cash grab as it did.
I remember not being fond of the House Party and Lost Episode specials.
The Patchy segments were great, but the actual Spongebob content wasn't really that funny, (Plus the Lost Episode's songs sucked)
This episode could of been in the post-movie.
The Rock Bottom episode. I HATED it. It re-ran so often too...
>Gary in the snail race
Just because you were an idiot and didn't bet on Rocky to win.
With how much Rock Bottom shows up in spin-offs, you'd think it'd be in more than one episode.
Then again, I REALLY don't want to see the current showrunners' take on Rock Bottom.
Honestly, the only episodes that i outright wouldn't bother to rewatch are the house party one and the "lost" episode.
Even then, I'd still probably give them a glance for the Patchy segments
and that absolutely fucking sweet song at the end of house party
why does co have such shit taste in spongebob? like this wasn't one of the best gags in cartoon history
The worst pre-movies episode is still better than the best one from after the first movie.
>90% of season 1 is forgetable trash
if you like season 2 and 3 more than 1 fine. but really season 1 isn't that bad.
Fucking buff fish
Stand Still Stay Silent
The webcomic where something but at the same time nothing happens.
the specific page teh image came from
I enjoy the comic but you have to accept it as it is, a nice slow story. also it is good source for reaction images in my opinion.
The Lost Episode. Not terrible but nothing memorable. Every other episode has at least one thing I really liked about it, but that one was was just really bland even in the Patchy segments.
a disease causes most of the world's mammal population to die off and turn into monsters referred to as trolls. like zombies but not really animal looking. 90 years later most of the remaining survivors are people immune to the disease or people who aren't but luckily enough to be either on an island away from most of the disease or well guarded areas.
There is also magic but don't really know enough about it yet. but it didn't come into play till after the disease.
The main plot is a small underfunded crew exploring the ruins of old civilization. Remaining government barely funded them for reasons not yet known. but they are also secretly illegally collecting old books to sell for allot of money.
You really think so? It was always one of my favorites. I'm a bit of a sucker for long jokes, and the jokes inside the bigger jokes always seemed perfectly timed to me, but whatever.
Come on, the bit where they sneak into Squidward's house is great
I've been thinking about how hilarious the first mermaid man and barnacle boy episode was, it's full of great moments
>ever alert, mermaid man has trained himself to sleep with his eyes open
>I wanna eat my meatloaf, and if you don't get out of here, then by the power vested in me, I now pronounce you man and wife!
>what is going on?
>you may kiss the bride!
>did you reunite our heroes?
>no, but I'm married
>old people are the greatest, they're full of wisdom and experience
Shanghaied, Graveyard Shift and Krusty Krab Training Video as my all time favorite.
I know it's a cliched answer, but Training Video is fucking packed start to finish with jokes.
>As you could see from this graph... AHEM, graph.
>look closely at the "I really wish I aren't here right now" button
>THE MONEY IS ALWAYS RIGHT!
>Sounds like a lot of HOOPLA
>THE SECRET FORMULA IS-
>hating rock bottom
>hating ghost squidward
>hating crying clam
reddit please fuck off
That caught me off guard
You could tell they were trying to keep up with Courage and Zim in terms of following the middle school darkness trend of the 00's with this one. Super weird, super out of line. That, and the one tied to it, "Welcome to the Chumbucket." Whoever storyboarded that entire ep was clearly a try-hard.
>you've seen this before?
>eleven times as a matter of fact
In Krusty Krab Training Video:
>After the war, Eugene fell into a deep depression
In that episode:
>You've seen this before?
>Eleven times in fact.
>that one episode Mr. Krabs sheds his shell and Spongebob has to fill in for him to meet his Navy buddies
Mr. Krabs' war stories episode when?
Why. Why would you reference reddit in that post. It's just an opinion you disagree with, it has nothing to do with reddit in any way. Not everyone who holds a different opinion is a retard from reddit. Stop with this horribly irrational fear of reddit, they're not all coming here to ruin the board, that's just other shitposters from here.
I'M SO SORRY ANON! :C
Krusty Krab Pizza
Nothing against the episode, it's great. But being stuck in a trailer for a month with nothing to do but watch tv, and the only thing to watch was that episode...I've come to hate it.
>No Free Rides
But that episode had the best gag in pre-movie Spongebob.
>"It's a note!"
>a big music note on a piece of paper
>"And on the other side, there's a letter!"
>other side has a giant B on it
>"And I got this message from my parents!"
I bring news.
Spongebob Squarepants was never a good show.
I was there for the premiere. I was a kid at the time. It wasn't funny. But it took off all the same. In a way that Rocko's Modern Life, nor Rugrats, ever did.
How can you bad tastes be accounted for?
> Party Pooper Pants
I REALLY didn't get why would the police arrest Sponge just because they weren't invited to his party. One would argue that's because they thought he was breaking into someone else's house (re: the Pineapple), but Sponge did try to defend himself.
Which brings me to another thing...SpongeBob came back to his pineapple with his bunny cosume all battered and torn. Yikes.
If you're not shitposting then go back and watch it. It's probably the most quotable show there is, the writers knew how to write all kinds of humor, and they did it excellently.
Also the premiere was shit. Help Wanted was basically an introduction to the characters, and Reef Blower had no dialogue in a show known for its dialogue.
It might not be quite as entertaining as an adult, but some of the jokes are so good they're basically timeless.
The lost episode set a standard for me of what to expect from special episodes. It was probably just because I has to force my parents to let me stay up late to watch the episodes but I was dissapointed every time.