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DVD Release Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2002

Theme Song Transcript: SpongeBob SquarePants Intro (5/1/1999) [Closed Captioning][]

KIDS:

Aye, aye, Captain!

I can’t hear you.

( louder ):

Aye, aye, Captain!

♪ Oh… ♪

♪ Who lives in a pineapple

under the sea? ♪

♪ SpongeBob Squarepants! ♪

♪ Absorbent and yellow

and porous is he. ♪

♪ SpongeBob Squarepants! ♪

♪ If nautical nonsense be

something you wish… ♪

♪ SpongeBob Squarepants! ♪

♪ Then drop on the deck

and flop like a fish. ♪

♪ SpongeBob Squarepants! ♪

♪ Ready?

SpongeBob Squarepants! ♪

♪ SpongeBob Squarepants! ♪

♪ SpongeBob Squarepants! ♪

♪ SpongeBob Squarepants! ♪

( laughs heartily )

SpongeBob

SQuarePaNtS

( plays airy tune )

created by

Stephen Hillenburg

Episode Transcript: Scaredy Pants (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (10/28/1999) [Closed Captioning][]

ScAredy

PaNTs

Captioning sponsored by

storyboard director

Paul Tibbitt

storyboard artist

Mark O’Hare

PARAMOUNT PICTURES

HOME ENTERTAINMENT

written by

Paul Tibbitt

Peter Burns

animation director

Sean Dempsey

creative director

Derek Drymon

Captioned by

Media Access Group at WGBH

access.wgbh.org

special musical guest

The Ghastly Ones

( with French accent ):

Halloween is no different

under the waves--

pirates, skeletons

and sea monsters…

( laughing evilly )

Oop, sorry.

Everyone having fun.

Well, almost everyone.

T H E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

H  A  P  P  y  H  A L L o W  E E N

( thump ) Huh?

( hinge creaks eerily )

Who’s there?

( deep, cacklelike creaking )

B                                             O                                  O

( whimpering nervously )

Okay, Mr. Krabs, the dishes

are done-- I’m leaving.

Hold on.

Don’t you want to hear

my annual scary story?

No, thank you, Mr. Krabs.

GALLEY   GRuB

ORDER

H    A    P  P   y             H    A  L L o    W

Uh, does it have monsters in it?

Aye-- the worst monster

of them all.

Uh…

no.

Is it a true story?

True as the deep blue.

Okay, maybe just a little.

Have a seat, me boy.

Hot, hot, hot,

hot, hot, hot, hot!

Every year,

on Halloween night

the Flying Dutchman

descends on Bikini Bottom

in a pirate ship…

just like this

only bigger.

Excuse me, did his ship

look like a Krabby Patty?

Like I was saying,

the Flying Dutchman swoops down

and starts

stealing people’s souls.

Do souls look like pickles?

Aye, as a matter of fact,

they do.

Then he puts them

where you can never get them--

S o U L S

in his soul bag.

S o U L S

( laughing evilly )

I’ve come

for your pickle.

( screams )

Ha! Scaredy-Pants gets

easier to scare every year!

( both laugh heartily )

Hmm… Squidward.

GALL EY     GRuB

Nothing like a good

ghost story, eh, me boy?

GA

Hope you’re not too scared

to come to me party tonight

SpongeBob Scaredy-Pants.

GA

( laughing )

Steal your soul.

GALL EY    GRuB

( screams )

T  H  E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

H A P P y   H A L L o  W E E N

T  H  E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

H A P P y   H A L L o  W E E N

( evil laughter )

( gasps )

Trick or treat.

( SpongeBob yells )

It’s okay, son.

That’s just

SpongeBob Scaredy-Pants.

( honks ) ( screams )

( teeth chattering )

Happy Halloween, Scaredy-Pants.

( cackles )

The name’s Squarepants.

It’s Squarepants!

SPONGEBOB:

I don’t get it, Gary.

Every Halloween, no matter how

hard I try, everybody scares me.

( Gary meows )

Well, I’m sick of it.

No more Scaredy-Pants.

( screams )

( knees clattering )

( knocking at door )

SpongeBob!

Gary, it’s Patrick.

I’m going to scare him.

It’s my turn.

Rar!

Hiya, SpongeBob.

( scream, crunch )

Sorry, I didn’t

mean to scare you.

Why can’t I be

frightening for once?

Where’s my chance?

If you want

to be scary

you’re going to need

a good costume.

What do you think?

Great! You’re going

as my trick-or-treat bag.

No, no!

I’m the ghost

of the Flying Dutchman.

Uh, something’s missing.

I know!

( hand-sawing )

( power-sawing )

Step into these babies, Hans.

Terrifying.

I don’t know, Patrick.

( kids giggle )

( doorbell rings )

Come on, it’s little kids!

Little kids are easy to scare.

Trick or treat!

Rar, rar!

( laughing )

Look, it’s

the haunted

mattress.

Okay, okay--

here’s your candy.

No… please.

That was enough

of a treat.

Thank you.

( kids laughing )

I don’t get it, Patrick.

SpongeBob

look at my new paper ghost.

Ooh!

Scary…

that is it, Patrick.

What’s it?

What’s the difference

between that ghost

and me?

Uh…

No, no, no,

wait, don’t tell me.

( Patrick groaning

with exertion )

D-d-don’t tell me.

I can do this!

I can do this,

don’t tell me,

don’t tell me!

Don’t tell me!

Okay, tell me.

I’ve got a square head

and a real ghost

has a round one.

All we have to do

is make my head round

and-- boo!-- I’m scary.

Okay, are you ready?

Remember, like this.

You sure you want

to do this?

Shave me down, make me round.

All right.

Let’s get to it.

( shaver buzzing )

What do you think?

Perfect.

Now, that’s scary!

Let’s go scare somebody.

SPONGEBOB:

Whoo…

I’m the Flying Dutchman!

Ooh…

I don’t know who I am!

( doorbell rings )

Rar, rar!

I’m the Flying

Dutchman.

PATRICK:

Ooh…

I’m the Flying

Dutchman’s best friend.

( both laughing )

Hey, don’t you kids

want your candy?

( both laughing )

Oh, boy,

that was something.

Your costume

really packs a punch.

Do you think?

Oh, no question.

You scared the barnacles

off that guy.

Who should we scare next?

There’s a whole party

just full of people

down at the Krusty Krab

and the Flying Dutchman is

going to show up uninvited.

( people laughing outside )

Ooh, here comes

someone now.

Rar!

Whoo…

( in quavery voice ):

I’m the Flying Dutchman!

( laughing )

( laughing )

Wasn’t that

the haunted

mattress?

I guess he’s been demoted

to a haunted sleeping bag.

( laughing )

( party music playing )

T H E

K R u S T y

K R a B

H A P P y   H A L L o W E E N

( general conversation )

H A  P P  y             H  A L L o  W  E E  N

( choking and coughing )

Oh, Dad, you’re

embarrassing me again.

y             H     A   L  L   o   W  E E  N

( crying )

y             H     A   L  L   o   W  E E  N

( gagging, gasping )

( spurt )

( whistle )

( glass shatters )

Howdy, Squidward…

I mean Flying Dutchman.

Great party, huh?

What are you

supposed to be?

Why, I’m a pet goldfish

in a bowl.

I don’t get it.

( slurping )

T H E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

H A P P y      H A L L o W E E N

ENTER

H A P P y   H  A L L O W E E N

Are you ready,

SpongeBob?

Okay, Patrick.

Kill the lights.

( music stops )

( people screaming )

( Patrick laughing evilly )

I am the Flying Dutchman!

Booga, booga, booga, booga!

( rattling )

H A P P y     H  A  L  L  o  W E  E  N

( eerily ):

Give me your souls!

( buzzing )

( zap )

Huh?

( Patrick yelling )

( SpongeBob screaming )

P P Y   H  A L L o  W E E  N

( yelling )

Whoa!

( yelling )

( yelling and screaming )

Ooh! Aah!

Ouch!

( SpongeBob yells )

( yelling repeatedly )

H A P P y      H A L L O W E E N

( yelling slows to halt )

H      A      P      P

Hey, that’s no Dutchman.

That’s SpongeBob!

GALLEY

SpongeBob?

SpongeBob.

( all laughing )

H   A  P   P     Y        H      A    L    L

Help!

Help!

I am not SpongeBob!

Those are my street clothes.

( partygoers laughing )

H A P P y      H A L L O W E E N

Flying Dutchman?!

Flying Dopeman!

T  H  E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

HAPpy  HALLOWEEN

( thunder )

DEEP MALE VOICE:

Enough!

( all gasp )

A P P Y          H A L L

( laughing evilly )

It’s the real Flying Dutchman!

ORDER

HERE

H   A  P    P     Y                  H              A           L          L

( gasps )

You bet your lily white livers

I’m the Flying Dutchman.

And I’ll let you in

on a little secret.

I’m going to steal your soul!

S O u L S

( screaming )

Quiet!

You had it coming,

you big crybabies.

S O u L S

Every year,

people dressing like me!

( whistling nonchalantly )

Turning the Flying Dutchman name

into a laughingstock!

But that’s not the reason

I’m taking your souls.

No, this is the straw

that broke the camel’s back.

Out of all the Dutchman

costumes I’ve seen

yours is the most insulting.

S O U L S

Do you mean

I’m not scary?

S o U L S

You?!

Scary?

( laughing thunderously )

Let me tell you

about scary, kid.

S O u L S

There’s all kinds of

scary things in the world.

Spiders are scary.

I’m scary.

You?

You’re not scary.

S O U L S

Okay, let’s

get this over with.

( laughing evilly )

S O u L S

( screaming )

SpongeBob!

First I got to get rid

of this stupid costume.

S O U L S

T  H  E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

HAPpy  HALLOWEEN

( yelling )

( yelling )

Hey, what do you know!

I scared him!

( laughing )

H A P p y   H A L L O W E E N

ENTER

( all screaming )

It worked, Patrick.

I scared everybody.

Yeah.

I guess it was

your pink hat.

Pink hat? Oh, that’s not a hat.

That’s my brain.

Oh…

( screaming )

T  H  E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

H A P p y   H A  L L O W E E N

SPONGEBOB:

Don’t worry. It grows back.

Episode Transcript: Imitation Krabs (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (1/27/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

IMiTATiON

KRABS

directed by

Walt Dohrn

Paul Tibbitt

storyboard directed by

Chris Headrick

Chuck Klein

written by

Walt Dohrn

Paul Tibbitt

Mr. Lawrence

animation director

Tom Yasumi

creative director

Derek Drymon

NARRATOR ( IN FRENCH ACCENT ):

Ah, the Krusty Krab

home of the Krabby Patty,

with its top secret formula

known only to those brave

enough and intelligent enough

to comprehend

its culinary complexity.

Look, Mr. Krabs, I’m doing it,

I’m doing it!

KRABS:

Quit fooling around, SpongeBob,

we’ve got customers.

But wherever there is

a secret recipe

there is someone

who wants to steal it.

( laughing evilly )

( thud )

Ouch!

( in electronic voice ):

And now for the final touch.

Perfect!

With this disguise

that formula is as good as mine.

( laughing )

( clears throat )

Are you SpongeBob

Squarepants?

Why, yes--

yes, I am.

Then you’ve just won $1 million.

( gasps )

You just have to answer

one question.

What is the Krabby Patty

secret formula?

( inhales )

Yes.

( inhales )

Yes!

( inhales )

Yes!

The formula is

the sole property

of the Krusty Krab

and is only

to be discussed

with its creator.

Duplication

is punishable

by law.

Restrictions apply,

results may vary.

( railroad alarm bells ringing )

( screams )

that’s it!

You better cough up

that secret formula or else!

Plankton!

Krabs!

Plankton!

Krabs!

SpongeBob.

You can’t do this to me, Krabs.

( inhales )

I went to college!

Ouch!

That Plankton is

a clever beast.

You’ve got to keep

a sharp eye out for

him, SpongeBob.

The Krabby Patty law

must be enforced.

The future of the Krusty Krab

depends on it.

Don’t worry, Mr. Krabs.

As long as these pants

are square

and this sponge is bob…

I will not let you down!

Uh, SpongeBob…

could you let me down?

MAN:

Man, these patties

sure are delicious.

I wonder what’s in

that secret formula?

( siren buzzes )

Code 12, code 12.

Your disguises can’t fool me

this time, Plankton.

( pop )

( patrons gasp )

Everyone at the head

enhancement clinic

said nobody would notice.

( sobs )

KRABS:

SpongeBob!

You’re scaring away me money.

Sorry, Mr. Krabs,

I’m just trying

to protect

the secret formula.

That’s no reason

to rip people’s

heads off, boy.

Just remember the most

important rule.

No free napkins.

No! The other

most important rule--

regarding the secret formula.

Only discuss the secret recipe

with Mr. Krabs.

As long as you do that,

the secret is safe.

I always thought

the most important rule was

“Why do today what you

can put off till tomorrow?”

( laughs )

What is today but

yesterday’s tomorrow?

Huh?

Today, I want you

to take inventory

on everything in here;

every last pickle

and patty must be

accounted for.

Aye, aye, captain.

( electronic whirring )

Two boxes of buns.

Three pounds of patties.

( in mechanical voice ):

Mr. Squidward.

What now, Mr. Krabs?

That’s right, I am Krabs…

your boss, your ruler

your master.

( laughs evilly )

Ha, ha, ha.

( exhaust coughs )

You’re not

Mr. Krabs.

Hey, why don’t

you take the rest

of the day off?

( chuckling ):

Well…

whatever you say,

“Mr. Krabs.”

( laughing )

Whoopee!

Hi, Mr. Krabs.

Oh, sweet domination.

This is it!

No sign of Plankton yet.

Gosh, Mr. Krabs, you

don’t look so good.

Ooh, you’re so cold.

( hollow, metallic thumping )

That’s just

my metal suit.

I made it to protect

the formula.

KRABS:

SpongeBob.

( echoing ):

SpongeBob!

It’s that thick-headed Krabs.

He’ll ruin everything.

Look, a jellyfish.

I got it, I got it.

( buzzes )

I got it, I got it.

SpongeBob!

Hey, Mr. Krabs,

what happened

to your

metal pants?

Don’t go all loopy

on me, boy.

I need your help.

And where in the high seas

is Squidward?

You gave him

the day off.

Day…

( bellows )

I don’t know the meaning

of them horrible words!

Not quit your laying

around, SpongeBob

and take out

that garbage.

It’s starting

to give me a rash.

Yes, sir, Mr. Krabs, sir.

Hey, Mr. Krabs, just

taking out that garbage.

Never mind that-- I

need to talk to you.

( beams zinging )

Whoa-ho, Mr. Krabs.

I didn’t know

you had heat vision.

Never mind, I need

you to tell me…

KRABS:

SpongeBob!

Yike!

SpongeBob! I’m

not paying you

to stand around.

Get back to the kitchen.

But you wanted

to ask a question.

Yes… why aren’t

you working harder?

( hesitantly ):

I don’t know, Mr. Krabs…

I don’t know.

I’ll never get that formula

with that pest, Krabs,

popping in and out like that.

I’ve got it!

I been saving this

for a rainy day.

It looks like

an ordinary penny…

because it is an ordinary penny.

That fool Krabs is too greedy

to ignore you, my little pretty.

( laughing )

that sound, it sounds like…

the pitter-patter of…

money!

( squeals )

hey, where you going, beautiful?

Mr. Krabs.

Wha…

( crash )

Stop!

KRABS:

Please!

Wait!

Nothing stands between me

and that secret formula now.

( mechanical laughter )

( thud )

Ouch!

♪ Scrubba-dub-dub,

I love to rub. ♪

Hey, Mr. Krabs, just doing

a little scrubbing.

Hello, SpongeBob,

it is me, Mr. Krabs…

( exhaust coughs )

in the flesh

standing right

in front of you

with no one else around.

I can see that, Mr. Krabs.

I thought we might

discuss the Krabby Patty

secret formula.

Isn’t that

a microphone?

What?

Why, yes, it is.

I must get this

shirt cleaned.

All right, now tell me

the secret formula.

But, sir, we haven’t done

the secret handshake yet.

Oh, yes, here,

let’s shake.

( giggles )

We don’t shake

with our hands,

remember?

Uh, right, why don’t you start.

We stand on one foot…

balance a glass

of chocolate milk

on our heads

and sing the Bikini Bottom

national anthem.

BOTH:

♪ Oh, Bikini Bottom ♪

♪ we pledge our hearts to you ♪

♪ as faithful, as deep,

as true, as blue ♪

♪ Bikini Bottom, we love you. ♪

Formula time?

Almost.

6 ½

Hours LateR

( grunting frantically )

( explosion )

Yum, yum, this spaghetti

sure is good.

Belch.

BOTH:

Meatball, meatball,

spaghetti underneath

ravioli, ravioli,

great barrier reef.

( clap )

Okay, now let’s hear

that formula.

Sorry, no can do,

Mr. Krabs.

Wha-a-a-a-t?

But we did everything you said.

I followed all the rules.

I even ate 105 black licorice

jelly beans through a straw.

Now, why can’t you tell me

the formula?

It’s your rule--

never speak the formula.

You told me to keep it in…

this bottle.

( bell dings )

This is it, Plankton.

Gently, now.

( laughing mechanically )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

Gasp!

How could you do this,

SpongeBob?

Giving me secret formula

to this… impostor?

Don’t listen

to him, SpongeBob.

Remember-- ravioli,

ravioli, give me

the formuoli.

SpongeBob, no,

don’t listen to him.

I’m the real Mr. Krabs.

Don’t listen

to him, he’s

obviously a robot.

( exhaust coughs )

Well, if I was a robot,

which I’m not

at least I’m

well put together

not some rusted-out,

steam-driven

pile of junk.

Who you calling

“steam-driven?”

SPONGEBOB ( screaming ):

Quiet!

Until I know who the real

Mr. Krabs is, nobody moves

nobody gets hurt.

BOTH:

Tartar sauce?!

Take it easy

with that thing.

( screams )

I’ll do the talking

around here.

I think I’ll just ask you two

a couple of questions;

questions only the real

Mr. Krabs could answer.

Okay, then.

First question:

What time does

the Krusty Krab open?

9:30 a.m.

Right.

That’s one strike,

“Mr. Fake.”

But…

Duh-duh, I’m running

this quiz show

I’ll ask

the questions.

If there’s going

to be any “buts”

there going

to be from me.

Okay, question number two:

How much does

a Krabby Patty cost?

$2.99.

On Wednesday.

99 Cents.

Right again.

You’re starting

to look pretty phony

right about now.

I’d be nervous

if I were you.

Now, only the really real

Mr. Krabs could answer this:

If we’re discussing

the secret formula

on the third Wednesday

in January

and it’s not

raining outside

after we gargle with

vanilla pudding,

what do we do?

That’s an easy one.

You just… just…

let’s see, if it’s a….

if it’s January with…

with vanilla pudding,

you… uh…

pass.

( grunts )

Wait!

SpongeBob!

Give me another chance.

So long,

Imitation Krabs.

Bye-bye.

I knew it was you

all along, Mr. Krabs.

Here you go.

Thank you,

Sponge-Dupe.

( mechanical laughter )

Whoop.

Don’t forget

your lucky penny.

( laughter continues )

Yoicks.

This must be

your lucky day.

( laughs )

COMPUTER VOICE:

The self-destruct coin slot

has been activated.

Ten seconds till detonation.

“Coin-operated self-destruct”?

Not one of my better ideas.

( screaming ):

Help!

( massive explosion )

( thud )

PLANKTON:

Ouch.

If that was

Plankton…

Uh-oh.

KRABS:

Help…

Yah, Mr. Krabs!

Ooh, yum, yum.

Back, you hungry

hand, back.

Help!

Gee, Mr. Krabs,

I’m sorry.

I thought you

were a phony.

Hoo, that’s okay,

me lad.

Long as the secret

formula’s safe again.

However, that penny’s

coming out of

your paycheck.

( both laughing )

SPONGEBOB:

Really?

Episode Transcript: Frankendoodle (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (1/21/2002) [Closed Captioning][]

FRANKENDOODLE

directed by

Paul Tibbitt

Walt Dohrn

Storyboard directed by

Chris Headrick

written by

Walt Dohrn

Paul Tibbitt

Merriwether Williams

animation director

Tom Yasumi

creative director

Derek Drymon

NARRATOR ( with French accent ):

Well, well, what is this?

Ah, the artist at sea.

Let us watch and see

the fruits of his struggle.

Oh, it seems

as if inspiration has struck.

( artist mumbling

and chuckling )

The pencil, what…?

NARRATOR:

The artist has learned

the first lesson of the sea:

Always bring a spare pencil.

ARTIST:

No!

( scream echoing )

Okay, ready, Patrick?

One…

two…

Three! three!

Scissors beats

paper, Patrick.

( both laughing )

One…

two…

three.

Patrick, how come

you always do paper?

( whistling; bubbles pop )

( screaming )

What is that

thing, SpongeBob?

It looks like

a giant pencil.

Go touch it.

It is a giant

pencil, Patrick.

Let’s draw some

giant pictures with it.

What you drawing?

Stand back, Patrick,

I can’t draw

with you breathing

down my neck.

( scoffs ):

Artists.

SPONGEBOB:

It’s a jellyfish.

PATRICK:

Pretty good, SpongeBob

but it’s lacking

basic construction

and your

perspective

leaves a lot

to be desired.

SPONGEBOB:

Huh, everybody’s a critic.

( drawing slurping )

SpongeBob,

your drawing’s

coming to life!

Ha, ha, that’s more like it,

Mr. Critic.

No, I mean it’s

swimming away!

Do you know what

this means, Patrick?

Your art can never

hang in a museum.

It means we found

a magic pencil!

Now all I need is

a magic moustache

and all my dreams

will have come true.

( cackling ):

Coming right up.

Life is good!

Easy come,

easy go.

SQUIDWARD:

Squidward, if you had some hair

you’d be the most gorgeous

creature in the sea!

You’ve got looks, talent–

all you need

is a full head of…

hair!

My turn!

Be careful, Patrick.

Being an artist is

a heavy responsibility.

Each work of art is like a child

and must be treated as such.

Come on, I was just

going to draw a cartoon!

Okay, why didn’t

you say so?

Hey, another

jellyfish!

It’s Squidward, silly!

( drawing grumbling )

It’s kind of

creepy-looking

when it moves.

Ooh, you’re right,

SpongeBob.

We can’t let him

go to town!

( grumbling )

( screaming )

( screaming fades )

Poor Squidward.

Hey!

My brain just

hatched an idea.

( both giggling )

( giggling )

This is going to be classic.

I think I fancy a stroll

around the park.

SPONGEBOB ( ringing doorbell ):

♪ Oh, Squidward! ♪

What do you want…

hello, what’s this?

Someone left me

some money for a perm.

( snickering )

Come to hairy!

Ow!

( laughing )

SpongeBob!

Oh, my hair!

SpongeBob!

( laughing maniacally )

Wait.

I’ve got

another idea.

This’ll be the ultimate prank.

I’ll draw me, and when

Squidward answers the door

it won’t be me!

( Patrick guffawing )

Aw, look at him.

Ain’t he a doll?

All he needs is a tie.

Ready for action!

( shouting

nonsense words )

( laughing )

PATRICK:

He’s going to the door!

( giggling )

( knocking )

He’s knocking on the door.

Squidward’s

answering the

door, and…

Oh, ow, ow, ow!

He’s beating up

Squidward!

( Squidward shouting )

Doodle Boy, stop!

( crashing )

( speaking gibberish )

He’s got the pencil.

What have I done?

We’ve got to find him.

Where could he

possibly be?

Maybe he’s

in that poorly

drawn pineapple.

Come on, let’s go.

I’m not going

in there.

Come on, Patrick,

I’m right behind you.

Baby steps.

SPONGEBOB:

Almost there…

( screaming while falling )

( crashing )

What just

happened?

( Doodle Boy

shouting gibberish )

( speaking menacingly )

Come on, Patrick,

give me a boost up.

Can’t we just

stay down here

where it’s safe?

No way.

I created

this monster

and I’ve got

to stop him.

( Doodle Boy shouting )

See what I mean,

Patrick?

Where’s the leak,

ma’am?

( screams )

( crashing )

( another crash )

you okay, Patrick?

PATRICK:

Finland!

( Doodle Boy shouting )

( Doodle Boy

speaking gibberish )

( Doodle Boy

speaking gibberish )

( whispering ):

There he is.

He’s hideous.

PATRICK:

He makes me sick

just looking at him.

Those big bulgy eyes

that square body,

those two buck teeth

and that stupid tie!

( clears throat )

Oh, but it looks good

on you, SpongeBob!

( laughs nervously )

( Doodle Boy babbling )

He’s putting down the pencil.

This is our chance.

On the count of three

we’ll jump out

and surprise him.

Oh, boy, a

surprise party!

Is it his birthday?

( shouting )

Patrick, Patrick!

Do something!

Happy birthday!

( SpongeBob screaming;

loud crash )

here’s your

present.

( clunk )

You’re welcome.

( shouting gibberish )

Hold it right

there, doodle.

I brought you into this world

and now I’m going

to take you out.

Any last words?

( speaking

gibberish )

I’m… I’m sorry,

what was that?

( repeating gibberish slowly )

( screaming )

( gibberish is muffled )

( crashing )

Hold still,

Doodle.

This is for your own good!

Take that, and this, and this

and that, and this, that, this,

that, this, that…

( speaking gibberish )

( screaming )

I am SpongeBob,

destroyer of evil!

Take it easy--

it’s just

a drawing.

Well, that takes care

of that, eh, Patrick?

Done and done.

SPONGEBOB:

Gee, Gary, you should

have been there.

It sure was exciting.

But you know, I kind of miss

the little doodle.

He was like a son to me.

But I am glad that

things are back to normal.

Well, good night, sweet prince.

( meows )

Good night, Magic Pencil.

( snoring )

( light switch clicks )

( another switch clicks )

( toilet flushing )

( SpongeBob snoring )

( scratching )

oh, hey, Magic Pencil.

What are you doing up?

Drawing yourself

a glass of water?

( cackling )

DoodleBob!

( laughs nervously )

No hard feelings, right?

( screams ):

What do you think

you’re doing, Doodle?

You Doodle!

Me SpongeBob!

( Screaming )

( Doodle screaming gibberish )

( eraser squeaking )

( thunk )

( screaming )

( Doodle Boy screaming )

( eraser squeaking )

Huh?

( screaming )

Be careful with that thing.

Who knows what

will happen?

I knows.

( shouting gibberish )

( laughing maniacally )

Very funny, Doodle.

Now it’s

my turn.

( both grunting )

Well, Doodle,

it looks like this…

is a draw.

( blades whining )

You’ve made your point.

No matter, I was voted

“most artistic” in high school.

( glass breaks; hollow thump )

SQUIDWARD:

Ouch! You’re going

to pay for that!

Uh, maybe it was

“most clumsy.”

( screaming )

( shouting gibberish )

Huh?

Huh?

Paper!

Page for

Mr. Doodle!

( screaming )

( scream fades away )

PATRICK:

Hey, SpongeBob

what’s with

all the ruckus?

Take a look

for yourself, Patrick.

It’s the evil Doodle!

No, no, not evil.

He was just

a two-dimensional creature

lost in our three-dimensional

aquatic world

longing for a purpose.

So… he’s a drawing?

Exactly.

See how happy he is?

He still looks

kind of creepy.

O great Magic Pencil

your powers are too mighty

for us ocean dwellers

so I will send you back

to the magic kingdom

from where you came.

Are you ready, Patrick?

Ready!

( seagulls crying )

NARRATOR:

We rejoin the artist

in a creative slump.

ARTIST:

Huh, what’s… what’s this?

My pencil!

( artist giggling )

( lead snaps )

Oh…

NARRATOR:

The second most important rule

for the artist at sea:

Always bring a pencil sharpener.

ARTIST:

No!

Episode Transcript: I Was A Teenage Gary (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (10/28/1999) [Closed Captioning][]

I WAs

A TeeNage

Gary

storyboard director

Steve Fonti

storyboard artist

Chris Mitchell

written by

Steve Fonti

Chris Mitchell

Mr. Lawrence

animation director

Edgar Larrazabal

creative director

Derek Drymon

Exercise time

is over, Gary.

We don’t want you

getting too thin.

Here, boy.

Fetch!

( rooster crows )

( snoring )

( meows )

Huh?

Good job, Gary.

I love you, Gary.

Gary, Gary,

Gary, Gary…

( purring )

Gary, Gary, Gary.

( laughing )

Down, boy!

( laughing )

SpongeBob!

Are you ready?

Are you ready?

Are you ready?

For what?

The Annual Jellyfish Convention

in Ukulele Bottom this weekend.

Ha… ya!

( Yelling )

( glass shatters )

So, you ready or what?

That was this weekend?

I can’t go.

I don’t have anyone

to take care of Gary.

Would you please stop

leaving your undergarments

on my front lawn?

Squidward, could you

watch Gary this weekend?

What’s a Gary?

Not a Gary-- Gary.

He’s my pet snail.

( pop )

Say “hello.”

( hisses )

Aah!

You actually care

for that thing?

I love Gary!

Well, I don’t.

Get somebody else.

I guess we can’t go

away this weekend

after all, Patrick.

Go away?

You mean,

if I watch Gary

you guys will be

gone all weekend?

Actually,

a three-day weekend.

As in “not here

for three days”?

Yeah, but you’ve already

said you can’t do it.

We understand.

Don’t feel bad,

Squidward.

The three of us

can still have

our own jellyfish

convention

at your house.

I changed

my mind.

You guys deserve

a weekend away.

You’ll do it?

Great!

Let me show you

a little bit

about snail care.

You need to take

Gary for a walk

twice a day…

SQUIDWARD:

Friday, Saturday and Sunday--

a three-day weekend.

Let me show you

how to feed him.

GA RY

A can in the morning

and a can at night.

MoRNING MoRNING MoRNING

NIGHT NIGHT

( sarcastically ):

Sure it’s enough?

GROUP:

Jellyfishing, jellyfishing,

jellyfishing, jellyfishing!

The bus is here!

The bus is here!

Come on, SpongeBob!

ALL:

Jellyfishing! Jellyfishing!

Time to go.

Don’t want to be late. Bye-bye.

You won’t forget

my instructions, will you?

I have the memory

of an elephant.

I’ll take good care of Fred.

Gary.

Right, yeah, right.

GROUP:

Jellyfishing!

ALL:

Jellyfishing! Jellyfishing!

So long, losers!

( laughs )

They’re gone.

( laughs )

( meows )

( humming )

This is going to be

the best three days of my life.

( sighs )

I’m going to do all the things

I can’t normally do

because of SpongeBob.

3 Days Later …

( sizzling quietly )

GROUP:

Jellyfishing! Jellyfishing!

Jellyfishing! Jellyfishing!

Well, thus ends the greatest

weekend of my life.

No SpongeBob, no Patrick,

nothing but me, me, me.

( groans gutturally )

( thud )

( screams )

The snail! I forgot the snail!

( panting )

( moans )

I’ve got to do something.

Oh!

Okay, okay, okay.

Here we go, right here.

Eat, eat, eat, eat, eat, eat!

You’ve got to finish this food!

See you later, Patrick.

Come on, eat! Eat! Eat!

Aah… aah… aah…

Oh!

Gary, I’m home!

Hi, SpongeBob.

Squidward, why are you here?

( gulps hard )

Aah!

Just, uh, checking up

on old Gary for you.

You’re a great friend,

Squidward.

Well, I guess

I’ll see you later.

Bye.

Thanks, Squidward.

I can always count on you.

( wheezes )

( screams )

Gary!

Gary, what’s happened to you?

What’s wrong?

Squidward, something’s

wrong with Gary!

Squidward!

Oh!

MALE FISH:

Yes, yes, it’s

just as I thought.

What?

This is definitely

a snail.

( gasps )

I knew it!

Oh, squid,

did you hear that?

Therefore, a shot

of snail plasma

must be carefully administered.

Here you go.

You won’t do it?

Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.

I’m too squeamish.

Uh, hang on, Doc.

Let me help you

with your bag there.

Squid, wait.

I can’t give Gary his plasma.

I’m squeamish, too.

Oh, SpongeBob,

I don’t want to…

( violent coughing )

Gary!

Okay, okay, I’ll do it.

Now, don’t hurt him, Squidward.

Okay, steady.

Wait, that’s too hard.

Okay, okay, okay,

okay, try it again.

Wait!

Wait. Wait. Wait.

( stammers ):

Hold him still.

Wait. Wait. Wait.

Hold him still! Wait.

Ouch!

Uh, Squidward…

you’ve injected me

with snail plasma.

Well, you made

me do it.

What’s going

to happen to me?

Oh, nothing, it’s just

a little snail plasma.

I don’t know,

I feel kind of funny.

SQUIDWARD:

It’s all in your head!

WATER

( moans )

( gulps )

( gargles, then clears throat )

( meows spiritedly )

He just needed water?

Oh, Gary,

you’re better!

Oh, how touching.

I’m going to go home

and throw up.

Good night.

Squidward, wait!

The snail plasma.

Trust me, SpongeBob.

Nothing’s going

to happen to you.

You’re fine.

( meows )

Don’t worry, Gary.

Squidward says

I’ll be fine.

He knows everything.

So, you hungry?

( meows loudly )

NIGHT

GARY

Hmm?

Hmm!

Mmm.

Mmm, mmm, mmm.

Here you go.

Eat up, Gary.

( meows questioningly )

GARY

sorry, Gary,

I couldn’t control myself.

( Burps )

Meow.

Why’d I just do that?

Am I cracking up?

( meows )

No. No, Squidward’s right.

I’m fine.

I worry too much.

It’s all in my head.

I feel tip-top.

Gary, you’re getting

( voice slows ):

a lot faster.

( footsteps thumping loudly )

( voice echoes ):

Look at me.

Never better.

( yelps )

I’m okay.

Squidward said I’m fine.

( screams )

( shrieks )

Gary! I’m fine!

( straining ):

You see?

( grunting )

That’s okay,

I’m a lefty, anyway.

( grunts, screams )

Now I don’t have to buy

those new shoes.

( screams and groans )

I take it back, Gary.

Something is wrong with me!

Ow.

I hope I never see

another snail again.

Good night, Clari.

( doorbell rings,

knock on door )

who could that be?

As if I didn’t already know.

SpongeBob, I already told you:

You’re going to be just fi…

( screams )

Meow.

( screams )

Meow, meow.

( screams )

( panting )

SpongeBob?

Oh, Neptune, what have I done?

It’s all your fault.

Okay, okay, okay, okay.

Get it together, Squidward.

Meow!

( screams )

Meow!

Meow, meow.

( screams )

Meow.

( gasps )

Meow, meow.

( screams )

None of this would be happening

if I’d only fed that snail.

Meow.

( screaming )

Meow.

( screaming )

Meow.

( screams )

Meow.

( screams )

Meow.

( screaming and

meowing continue )

( glass shatters )

( groaning )

Uh-oh.

GARY ( to “Blow the Man Down” ):

♪ Meow meow meow meow meow ♪

♪ Meow meow

meow meow meow ♪

♪ Meow meow

meow meow meow meow ♪

♪ Meow meow meow meow meow ♪

♪ Meow meow meow meow ♪

♪ Meow meow

meow meow meow meow ♪♪

Will you clam up?

♪ Meow meow… ♪

( yelps )

♪ Meow meow meow

meow meow ♪

♪ Meow meow

meow meow meow ♪

♪ Meow meow

meow meow ♪

♪ Meow meow

meow meow meow. ♪

Episode Transcript: Squidward, the UnFriendly Ghost (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (10/2/1999) [Closed Captioning][]

SQUiDWARD

THE UNFRiENDLY

GHOST

storyboard director

Sherm Cohen

storyboard artist

Aaron Springer

written by

Sherm Cohen

Aaron Springer

Peter Burns

animation director

Fred Miller

creative director

Derek Drymon

SQUIDWARD:

Have I told you

how beautiful you are?

Your tentacles, your nose,

your eyes…?

a little lopsided.

There.

Ah.

And now that I’ve

been immortalized in wax

I have conquered

all artistic media.

Come on, my precious

reflection, smile.

( crash )

Hike, Patrick, hike!

( SpongeBob groaning )

You just lost three points.

One…

two…

five.

G7

G-7!

G-7?

King me, king me!

G7

I lose!

But it’s not Tuesday, Patrick.

Tartar sauce!

SQUIDWARD:

Hey!

What are you

invertebrates doing?

We don’t know. We don’t know.

Hey, Patrick, do you

know what time is it?

Uh, yeah, Squidward.

It’s…

time to find

some other game to play.

( laughing )

( humming happily )

( old-time music playing )

Ah!

Now what?

We could toss that

shell back and forth.

Okay!

Ready!

Go!

I got it, I got it.

I got it,

I got it, I got it!

( statue thumps on floor )

Huh?

( mumbles )

Remember, Patrick,

finders keepers.

There it is!

I got it! I got it! I got it! I got it!

Bonus points.

Uh, Patrick?

I think something’s wrong

with Squidward.

He looks unconscious.

Don’t worry.

I know

how to do this.

( inhaling deeply )

( breath squeaking out )

( inhaling again )

( buzzing like

deflating balloon )

Get off him,

Patrick!

What are you

worried about?

He looks better already.

But he still

feels cold.

Well, let’s go

put him in the warm.

Do you think

he’ll be okay?

You know, you worry too much.

The Patrick is here

and SpongeBob,

I know a lot

about head injuries,

believe…

( snaps fingers )

Me.

Hey, what’s that

on your shoe?

I don’t know.

It kind of

looks like…

Squidward! Squidward!

( both yelling )

SPONGEBOB:

Get him off me!

Go away, go away!

( humming contentedly

as music continues playing )

No, no,

that part goes here.

Oh, yeah… yeah,

th-that’s it, uh-huh.

We’re almost there.

We can do this.

It’s working,

it’s working.

This is working.

Patrick, this isn’t working!

Look!

I don’t know

how to say it

but our old pal

Squidward, he’s… he’s…

he’s pushing up daisies.

Oh, I thought

he was dead.

( door squeaks )

( yells )

( screams )

What are you doing here?!

( teeth chattering )

No!... no!

Well, are you two going

to say something or…

no, stay back!

What is the matter with you two?

Don’t! Don’t hurt us!

( sobbing ):

It was an accident.

What are you two talking about?

( splat )

( screams )

Look what you’ve done to me!

When I get my hands

on you, I’ll…

SPONGEBOB:

Please, Mr. Squidward ghost.

Spare us

your ghostly anger!

( kissing )

Oh, yes,

Mr. Squidward’s ghost!

Please

don’t haunt us.

We’ll do anything

you want.

Just have

mercy on us!

( menacingly ):

Enough.

Listen up!

Squidward’s

ghost is feeling

unusually

generous today.

He hath decided

to spare ye

a horrible fate.

( hissing )

All ye must do

is tend

to my every whim

and tickle

my fancy on demand.

Does that

include…

Quiet!

Now, do

as you’re told

lest ye incur the wrath

of Squidward!

I think

they make

a cream

for that now.

( panting and groaning )

Here?

Too hot.

( huffing and puffing )

Here?

No, too wet.

Keep going.

Keep going.

Here?

Too loose, Lautrec.

Troupe       de

POISSON

Je Joue

Au Tennis

PemmeS DeS

FriteS

( rim shot )

Too tired…

Perfect.

Hmm. I feel… needy.

Slaves, fetcheth me

some nourishment.

Only the freshest,

o spooky one.

A grape fresh from the

vine, your ghostliness.

Mmm, mmm, mmm!

A banana peeled

to your liking

your Incorporialness.

Mmm…

( gulps )

One watermelon…

D’oh!

Fresh from

the manure field

your spookiness.

Art thou not pleased?

( spitting, sputtering )

Enough of that!

I want something

else to eat now.

Something that’s

very difficult to find.

What do you

hunger for, master?

Whatever you want,

we’ll find it.

We’ll find it!

Cherry pie.

Where’d

you get that?

I found it.

Well, go

find it again!

SpongeBob,

get over here.

Now spin around.

That’s better.

Now jog in place.

Say “flank steak.”

Flank steak.

I think I’m beginning

to like this.

Stop.

( feet squeal )

Now play me

an elaborate song

with this!

But… this is just

a piece of tissue paper.

Oh, my!

Always have to have it

our way, don’t we?

Oh, boo-hoo.

( tries to play song )

I can’t do it!

Well, I hope

you don’t have

any plans tonight

because you’re not

allowed to leave that spot

till I hear a song.

( crickets chirping )

( rooster crows )

SQUIDWARD:

What’s this?

Napping on the job?

You’re supposed to be

making music for me.

As punishment

for this insolence

Squidward’s ghost

commandeth you

to clean out

his back room.

I found it.

I’ll take that.

Yes, Your Ghostliness.

( slurps )

This is fun.

Patrick, are you ready for this?

PATRICK:

Yes.

Okay, let’s go.

Patrick, are you coming?

Yes.

Patrick, it’s this way.

Where?

Here.

Oh! Coming!

How are we

going to clean up

all this mess?

It’s easy.

Just tear

this wallpaper off.

( guffaws )

Oh, look,

you missed some.

Oh, let’s see.

It’s a comic book,

and look at this--

it’s the origin

of the Flying Dutchman.

It says when he died

Thus was the sad fate

K i d   W o R L D

SALE

of the Flying Dutchman

they used his body

as a window display.

Now he haunts

the seven seas

So thar he be, forever a hauntin’

the olde

Seven

Seas

because he was

never put to rest.

Well, don’t you

get it, Patrick?

We’re going

to go shopping?

No! We’re going

to put poor old

Squidward to rest.

Ow! What the heck was that?

Initiation.

( giggles )

That was part one

of your ceremony.

Ceremony for what?

We’re going

to put you to rest.

I don’t want

to be put to rest!

All I want are

those chores done.

Now, did you clean

the back room yet?

Yeah.

Oh, really?

I’m going to go check.

( screams )

Okay, get in.

Are you crazy?

I’m not getting in.

But you said we could

put you to rest.

I didn’t say

anything like that.

Now, get out

of my house!

Okay.

( door closes )

( sighs )

Now what?

I wrote,

“Here lies Squidward.

You may not

remember him, but…”

( screams )

Oh, hi, Squidward.

Does this look

deep enough?

SpongeBob,

cut that out!

SPONGEBOB:

Oh, look, the mourners.

Oh, Squidward, we all came

as soon as we were

sure you were dead.

SpongeBob, are you

trying to put me

in the nuthouse?

No, just

into this hole.

( groaning )

( sighs )

SpongeBob, I have

a confession to make.

( squeals )

You’re bald?

No, I’m not bald!

I’m alive!

Now, get rid

of that tombstone

and tell all your

friends to go home.

Go home.

( all grumbling )

But I…

Master…

I’m not your master.

I’m your neighbor.

Now, do me a favor

and stop doing me favors!

As you wish, master.

D’oh!

Boy, he really

had us fooled.

No, Patrick,

he’s the fool.

He’s a ghost in denial.

He needs us now more than ever.

You’re right.

He really needs to get

up to the great beyond.

Patrick,

say that again.

That again.

No, the other thing.

No, the other thing.

No, what you said

before when…

no, what you said

before when…

never mind!

I’ve got an idea.

Never mind,

I’ve got an idea.

( somebody exhaling )

SPONGEBOB

( whispering ):

I can’t reach him.

PATRICK:

Blow harder.

( SpongeBob

exhaling again )

PATRICK:

There he goes!

( sniffles )

Isn’t he beautiful?

How high’s

he going to go?

All the way, Patrick,

up to the great beyond.

( sniffles )

Good-bye, friend.

Happy trails!

( yelling angrily )

You’re welcome! You’re welcome!

He’s on

the other side now.

Yeah.

He’s in

a better place.

( sighing )

Episode Transcript: Bonus Episode The Secret Box (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (9/7/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

Episode Transcript: Bonus Episode Band Geeks (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (9/7/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

BAND GEEKS

directed by

Aaron Springer

storyboard artist

C.H. Greenblatt

written by

C.H. Greenblatt

Aaron Springer

Merriwether Williams

animation director

Frank Weiss

creative director

Derek Drymon

( clarinet plays )

( doorbell chimes )

Yeah, uh, we’re with

the pet hospital

down the street

and I understand

you have

a dying animal

on the premises.

( rings )

Hello.

You’ve reached The House

of Unrecognized Talent.

Please start after the…

( clarinet squeals )

Sounds as though

you’ve got a dying animal

to attend to,

eh, old chum?

( gasps )

Squilliam Fancyson

from band class?

I hear you’re playing

the cash register now.

Well, sometimes.

Uh, how’s the unibrow?

It’s big and valuable.

I’m the leader of

a big fancy band now

and we’re supposed to play

the Bubble Bowl next week.

The Bu-Bu-Bu… the Bu-Bu-Bu…

the Bu-Bu-Bu…?

That’s right.

I’m living your dreams,

Squidward.

The problem is, I’m busy

next week and can’t make it.

So, I was hoping you and your

band could cover for us.

Oh, uh… I-I-I-I’d, uh…

I knew it!

You don’t even

have a band.

Well, I’ll just

let you get back

to the service

industry now.

Hold it!

It just so happens that

I don’t sell fast food

I do have a band

and we’re going to play

that Bubble Bowl.

How do you like that, Fancyboy?

Good luck next Tuesday.

I hope the audience brings

lots of ibuprofen.

I’ve got to drum up

a marching band fast.

Drum.

( chuckles )

Band humor.

READ   THiS

Looking       to  add    Fulfillment

to    your   dull    dull     life?  Then

become  part  of  the  greatest

musical  sensation  ever  to  hit

Bikini      Bottom        and    be

forever   adored  by  thousands

of     people    you    don’t   know.

Not    to  mention  …

Free     refreshments!

Practice  begins  tonight 8:30

                                              Sharp.

R  E    A   D    T    H i    S

Looking    to add  Fulfillment

to  your  dull  dull   life? Then

become part of  the greatest

musical sensation ever to hit

Bikini   Bottom   and  be

forever  adored by thousands

of   people  you  don’t know.

Not   to mention …

Free   refreshments!

Practice begins tonight 8:30

                                            Sharp.

“Looking to add fulfillment

to your dull, dull life?”

“Then become part of

the greatest musical sensation

ever to hit Bikini Bottom.”

B                 A        K         E              R        Y

“And be forever adored

by thousands of people

you don’t know.”

“Not to mention

free refreshments.”

“Practice begins tonight,

8:30 sharp.”

8         :           3           5

Stupid music rental clerk

made me late.

That trilobite didn’t know

an oboe from an elbow.

Hmm, elbow, hmm.

More band humor.

ALL:

♪ Blah, blah,

blah, blah, blah. ♪

♪ Blah, blah, blah, blah. ♪

People, people!

Settle down.

Okay, now.

How many of you have played

musical instrumentals before?

Do instruments of torture count?

No.

Is mayonnaise an instrument?

No, Patrick, mayonnaise

is not an instrumental.

Horseradish is not

an instrumental either.

That’s fine, no one

has any experience.

Fortunately, I have enough

talent for all of you.

( laughing )

( laughing ):

All of you.

( laughter subsiding, coughing )

When do we get

the free food?

Okay, try to repeat after me.

( inhales )

( plays musical scale )

Brass section, go.

( plays sharp notes )

Good. Now the wind.

( plays flat notes )

And the drums.

( sputtering )

Too bad that didn’t kill me.

Let’s just try stepping

in rhythm.

Now, I want everyone to stand

in straight rows of five.

Is this the part

where we start kicking?

No, Spongebob,

that’s a chorus line.

Kicking?!

Oh, I want to do

some kicking!

( grunts )

Why, you…!

Why, I ought to…!

( yelling )

( Patrick bellowing )

( clamor subsides )

( footsteps approaching )

Whoever’s the owner

of the white sedan

you left your lights on.

( horn blowing notes )

( long note blows )

D                A              Y                     T                  W                 O

( chaotic music playing )

Okay, that’s

perfect, everybody.

Bubble Bowl, here we come.

Flag twirlers, really

spin those things.

Okay, turn.

Flag twirlers, let’s go.

I want to see

some spinning.

Flag twirlers, let’s move!

Come on!

Move!

( playing “Taps” )

D          A           y               T           H          R           E         E

How’s that harmonica solo

coming, Plankton?

It’s tremendous.

You want to see?

( inhales deeply )

( note plays )

( high note plays )

( panting )

( low note plays )

( note plays )

( note plays )

( gasping for air )

( panting )

( inhaling weakly )

( high tinny note plays )

( groans )

DAY FOUR

D               A             Y                 F                O             U              R

Well, this is our last night

together before the show.

And I know that you haven’t

improved since we began.

But I have a theory.

People talk loud when they

want to act smart, right?

( shouting ):

Correct!

So if we play loud,

people might think we’re good.

Everybody ready?

And a-one and a-two

and a-one, two, three, four!

( loud blast of music )

Okay, new theory.

Maybe we should play so quietly,

no one can hear us.

Well, maybe we

wouldn’t sound so bad

if some people

didn’t try to play

with big, meaty claws.

What did you say, punk?

Big… meaty… claws!

Well, these claws ain’t

for just attracting mates.

Bring it on, old man!

Bring it on!

No, people.

Let’s be smart and bring it off.

Oh, so now the

talking cheese is

going to preach to us.

( crowd murmuring )

Wait, wait!

I know tensions are high.

Take that!

( yelling )

( squabbling )

There’s a deposit

on that equipment, people!

Settle down, please!

( karate yell )

( growls )

Hit him! Hit him!

( yelling )

( ding )

( squabbling stops )

Hey, class is over.

Okay, yeah, see ya tomorrow.

That was good.

Say, what are you doing after…

( chattering stops )

Well, you did it.

You took my one chance

at happiness

and crushed it.

Crushed it into little,

tiny, bite-size pieces.

I really had expected

better of you people.

I guess I’m a loser

for that, too.

Don’t bother showing up

tomorrow.

I’ll just tell them you all

died in a marching accident.

So, thanks.

( cries ):

Thanks for nothing.

You’re welcome.

What kind of

monsters are we?

That poor creature

came to us in

his hour of need

and we failed him.

Squidward’s always

been there for us

when it was

convenient for him.

Evelyn, when your little

Jimmy was trapped in a fire

who rescued him?

A fireman.

And, Larry, when

your heart gave out

from all those

tanning pills,

who revived you?

Some guy

in an ambulance.

Right.

So, if we all

could just pretend

that Squidward was a fireman

or some guy in an ambulance

then I’m sure we could all

pull together

and discover what it truly means

to be in a marching band.

Yeah, for

the fireman!

ALL:

Yeah!

Now let’s make Squidward proud.

A-one, a-two,

a squiddly-diddly do.

B    U    B    B  L   E

B      O     W    L

SQUIDWARD:

I knew this was going to happen.

They’re just going to have

to find another band to play.

B   U  B  B L E

B  O  W  L

BAN D

ENTRANCE

I just hope that…

Squilliam doesn’t find out!

Squilliam! Aw!

What are you doing here?

( chortling )

B A N D

E N T R A N C E

I just wanted

to watch you blow it.

B A N D

E N T R A N C E

So, where’s your band?

Uh… they couldn’t come.

They… died.

Then who’s that?

Ah! That would

be my band!

We’re ready to

perform, Squidward.

E    N    T    R       A      N      C     E

Well, Squiddy,

this is exactly

how I pictured

your band would look.

E N  T  R  A  N C E

E    N   T     R      A      N     C     E

That’s his eager face.

E    N    T    R      A       N     C    E

( chortling )

I guess this will be

the last time

I can show my face

in this town.

That’s the spirit,

Squidward.

ANNOUNCER:

Okay, football fans

put your hands together

for the Bikini Bottom

Super Band!

( wild cheering )

( whooping )

Yeah!

These are some

ugly-looking fish.

Maybe we’re near one of

those toxic-waste dumps.

I think I’m going to be sick.

Okay, everybody.

( chortles )

Let’s get this over with.

One, two, three…

four…

( playing fanfare

in perfect pitch )

( rock ballad intro plays )

♪ The winner takes all ♪

♪ It’s the thrill

of one more kill ♪

♪ The last one to fall ♪

♪ Will never sacrifice

their will ♪

♪ Don’t ever look back

on the wind closing in ♪

♪ The only attack

were their wings on the wind ♪

♪ Oh, the daydream begins ♪

♪ And it’s sweet, sweet,

sweet victory, yeah ♪

♪ And it’s ours for the taking ♪

♪ It’s ours for the fight ♪

Oh!

♪ In the sweet, sweet,

sweet victory, yeah ♪

♪ And the world is ours

to follow ♪

♪ Sweet, sweet, sweet victory. ♪

Episode Transcript: Bonus Episode Welcome To The Chum Bucket (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (1/21/2002) [Closed Captioning][]

Episode Transcript: Bonus Episode My Pretty Seahorse (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (7/12/2002) [Closed Captioning][]

MY PRETTY

SEAHORSE

storyboard directors

Kent Osborne

Paul Tibbitt

storyboard artists

Carson Kugler

William Reiss

Mike Roth

written by

Kent Osborne

Paul Tibbitt

animation director

Tom Yasumi

creative director

Derek Drymon

NARRATOR:

Ah… springtime

in Bikini Bottom.

All sea creatures

have an innate sense

of the seasonal changes.

Like the starfish.

A quick survey

of his environment

and he knows that…

It’s spring!

The starfish then sheds

his winter coat

and stores it away

safe for winter.

( sniffs )

I better call the doctor

‘cause I’ve got spring fever!

Good morning, little flowers.

( sighs )

Isn’t it a lovely day?

Huh.

Did you say hello

to the flowers yet?

Good morning, flowers.

( hissing )

( screams )

Gosh, I didn’t know Squidward

had hay fever.

I’ll do him a kindness

and plant

some hypoallergenic flowers.

You’re on your way.

I bet you’re thirsty.

( gasps )

( grunts )

I’m not taking my eyes off you.

T             H              R           E          E

D         A            Y               S         L              A         T                E         R

( sighs )

Hey, Spongebob.

Hi, Patrick.

How does this keep happening?

( crunching )

Hi.

( neighs )

( neighs )

She’s beautiful.

( neighs )

Wow…

What a magnificent sea horse.

I shall tame her.

Who knows

what we can accomplish!

“Because of her

mysterious behavior

I have decided

to name her Mystery.”

Hmm, now that I think about it

she’s also very graceful

and majestic.

Perhaps I should name her

Grace or Majesty

or Debbie.

( neighs )

She must have spotted

my floral bookmark.

She’s coming this way.

That’s a girl.

Don’t be afraid.

I’m just a talking sponge

is all.

( sniffs )

( giggling )

( huffing and puffing )

( neighs )

❤️

( nickers )

( laughing )

H      A     T        S

Gosh, Mystery

that was the greatest day

of my life.

Do you think

we’ll be friends forever?

( snoring )

I’ll take that as a “yes.”

( horse neighing )

What the…?

Hey, Squidward, still riding

to work on the machine I see.

Don’t say anything, Squidward.

Remember your karma.

( grunting and groaning )

( moans )

THE

KRuSTy

KRaB

( neighing )

Whoa, girl.

Now, you wait out here

until I’m done with work.

See you at the

end of my shift.

Hey, look, Mr. Krabs

put in a kiddy ride.

Why don’t you

try it out?

I can’t find

the coin slot.

Here it is.

( neighing loudly )

( punching )

( yelling )

Yee-ah! Help!

Kiddie ride

on the loose!

What’s with all the ruckus?

A monster…

scaring away

me customers.

That’s not a monster,

Mr. Krabs.

It’s a horse.

She’s my friend.

Her name is Mystery.

You’re a mystery,

Spongebob.

( laughs )

Get rid of it.

Huh? Please,

Mr. Krabs,

let her stay.

She won’t hurt

nobody no how.

It’s either you or Mystery.

I knew I should have name her

Debbie.

Spongebob, thanks

for finally

getting rid of that horse.

You’re welcome, Mr. Krabs.

Now if we could just get rid

of Squidward.

( chuckles )

Good one, sir.

Ha! It worked, girl.

I’ll just keep

your back here

until Patrick finishes

that stable

I asked him to build.

Only eight more hours.

TWELVE

SECONDS LATER

T            W               E         L      V            E

S       E      C        O        N      D        S       L         A      T          E      R

No, Mystery.

You can’t

come out yet.

If old man

Krabs sees you

I’ll lose my job.

Wait a sec.

I’ll bet you’re hungry.

How about some lunch?

( sniffs )

( neighs )

Shh, girl, you got

to be quiet, or…

Spongebob, what was that?

Is that horse in here?

No, Mr. Krabs.

I was just doing my imitation

of Mystery.

( fake neigh )

Well, keep working on it.

That was terrible.

That was close.

And from now on

no more high jinks.

Order up!

Spongebob, where’s my order?

Did you look under the tray?

Oh, no I didn’t. Sorry.

Spongebob, could you just

get my order?

They vanished.

Squidward, do you think

the Krusty Krab is haunted?

What if they come for me next?

I got to get

out of here!

Spongebob…

there’s no ghosts.

Oh.

In case you’ve forgotten

here’s how things work.

I order the food.

You cook the food.

Then customer

gets the food.

We do that

for 40 years

and then we die.

Sounds like a pretty

good deal to me.

What do you say?

( burps )

Yeah, I hear you,

Squidward.

I’ll be right back.

What’s that?

Don’t tell Mr. Krabs.

I’ve got it all under control.

Now then, you were saying?

Just get my order.

You got it, Squidward.

( chuckles )

Ghosts.

Mystery, you ate my hat.

( burps )

Mystery,

you ate my spatula!

You ate all the Krabby patties.

P A T T i E S

P A T T i E S

You ate the stove!

You ate old man Jankins.

JANKINS:

I don’t want to be a burden.

( all yelling )

Folks, we have a minor situation

going on in the kitchen.

Where’s our food?

I’m so hungry.

This is my

only lunch hour.

Where’s

old man Jankins?

Take it easy.

The food’s no good here anyway.

Squidward,

what’s going on in here?

Why don’t you go

ask Cowbob Ranch Pans

and his faithful

companion Sir

Eats-a-lot.

Spongebob, what’s the meaning

of all these nicknames?

David H. Jones!

Mystery got a bellyache

from eating Krabby patties

so I made her a

bicarbonate of soda.

( burps )

What did I miss?

So, my eyes are correct!

You still have that horse after

I ordered you to get rid of it!

Well, now, I’m going to get rid

of it once and for all.

No, Mr. Krabs, please don’t

make me give up Mystery!

I know you think

she’s just a horse

but she’s more than that,

I tell you.

She listens to me.

She understands everything

I say and I understand her.

She’s my best friend.

( sniffling )

Hey, who left this bowl

of onions here?

Spongebob, your story

has touched me heart.

Believe it or not,

I know what’s it like

to give up a best friend.

You do?

I was five years old

and me father gave me a dollar.

I loved that dollar.

Loved it like a brother.

Me and that dollar

went everywhere together.

What happened to the dollar,

Mr. Krabs?

And one day at the beach

it was so hot

and I was so thirsty.

I spent it on a soda.

My best friend.

( sniffling and whimpering )

Would you get out of here?

The point is, son

sometimes you have

to set things free

even though it’s hard.

Look at her.

She misses

the great outdoors.

The wide open spaces

the rolling

green pastures.

The kitchen is no place

for a live horse.

All right, Mr. Krabs,

I understand.

( whimpering )

( sobbing )

Hey!

Okay, girl,

you’re free to go.

I can’t keep

you anymore.

( sobbing )

I know it’s hard for

you to understand

but Mr. Krabs is right.

You belong in the wild.

Well, what are

you waiting for?

Can’t you see I don’t

want you anymore?

Just get out of here,

you stupid, dumb animal!

( sobbing )

Well, she’s gone

and I’ll never see her again.

It’s okay, son.

You did the proper thing.

She’s free now

and we have no

right to separate

that wild animal

from its natural habitat.

SQUIDWARD:

Hey, Mr. Krabs.

Looks like ol’ Mystery

had an after-dinner salad.

Get that horse!

Mystery…

Come back!

Mystery…

Mystery, come back here!

H       A      T          S

Episode Transcript: Bonus Episode The Idiot Box (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (3/1/2002) [Closed Captioning][]

Credits: SpongeBob SquarePants: Halloween DVD[]

“SCAREDY PANTS”

“iMiTATiON KRABS”

“FRANKENDOODLE”

EXECUTiVE PRODUCER

Stephen Hillenburg

LiNE PRODUCERS

Donna Castricone

Helen Kalafatic

Anne Michaud

ART DiRECTOR

Nicholas R. Jennings

SUPERViSiNG DiRECTOR

Alan Smart

STORYBOARD SUPERViSOR

Sherm Cohen

STORY EDiTOR

Merriwether Williams

WRiTERS

Walt Dohrn

Mr. Lawrence

Paul Tibbitt

Merriwether Williams

Mark O’Hare

Derek Drymon

Stephen Hillenburg

Tom Kenny ………. French Narrator (character) (Narrator), SpongeBob SquarePants (character),

                                                          Doodle jellyfish (debut) (Jellyfish), Gary the Snail (character)

Mr. Lawrence                                                                          …………………………. Artist (debut)

Bill Fagerbakke                                                              ……………………. Patrick Star (character)

Rodger Bumpass                                                     …………….. Squidward Tentacles (character),

                                                                                              Squid Doodle (debut) (Squid Drawing)

Paul Tibbitt                                                         …………………….. DoodleBob (character) (debut)

Stephen Hillenburg ………………………………………………………………. Artist (debut) (Painter)

CASTiNG DiRECTOR

Donna Grillo Gonzales

CASTiNG AND MUSiC COORDiNATOR

Jennie Monica

EXECUTiVE ASSiSTANT

Elise McCollum

SUPERViSiNG RECORDiNG ENGiNEER

Krandal Crews

RECORDiNG ENGiNEER

Justin Brinsfield

PRODUCTiON DiALOGUE SUPERViSOR

Tony Ostyn

ANiMATiC SUPERViSOR

Paul Finn

ANiMATiC EDiTOR

Brian Robitaille

ASSiSTANT STORYBOARD ARTiSTS

Zeus Cervas

Heather Martinez

Caleb Meurer

ORiGiNAL CHARACTER DESiGN

Stephen Hillenburg

CHARACTER DESiGNER

Todd White

PROP DESiGNER

Thaddeus Paul Couldron

CHARACTER CLEAN-UP

Eduardo Acosta

LAYOUT SUPERViSOR

Kenny Pittenger

BG LAYOUT DESiGN

John Seymore

Paula Spence

BACKGROUND PAiNTERS

Peter Bennett

Michael Chen

Andy “Spike” Clark

Calvin G. Liang

BG SCANNiNG DEPARTMENT

Stephen Christian

Steven Kellams

Eric Stanton

SUPERViSiNG COLOR STYLiST

Teale Reon Wang

COLOR STYLiST

Dene Ann Heming

PRODUCTiON COORDiNATOR

June Bliss

PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANTS

Marcy Lynn Dewey

Derek iversen

FiNAL CHECKER

Karen Shaffer

“FRANKENDOODLE” LiVE ACTiON SEQUENCES

LiNE PRODUCER

Shannon Scott Lowry

DiRECTOR

Keith Lowry

DiRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Georg Fick

PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANT

Jonathan Silsby

SENiOR DiRECTOR TECHNiCAL SERViCES

John Powell

TECHNiCAL ENGiNEERiNG ASSiSTANT

Jim Leber

POST PRODUCTiON SUPERViSOR

Eric Weyenberg

ADDiTiONAL POST PRODUCTiON SERViCES

Mishelle Smith

Michael Petak

Jeff Adams

PiCTURE EDiTOR

Lynn Hobson

POST PRODUCTiON SOUND

SUPERViSOR AND MiXER

Timothy J. BorQuez

SOUND FX DESiGNER AND EDiTOR

Jeffrey Hutchins

SOUND EDiTOR

Gabriel Rosas

RE-RECORDiNG MiXERS

Eric Freeman

Roy Braverman

FOLEY ARTiST

Monette Holderer

MUSiC EDiTOR

Nicolas Carr

MUSiC COMPOSED BY

Steven Belfer

Nicolas Carr

Sage Guyton

Jeremy Wakefield

The Blue Hawaiians

Brad Carow

SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS

THEME SONG

LYRiCS BY

Stephen Hillenburg

Derek Drymon

COMPOSED BY

Hank Smith Music

PERFORMED BY

Pat Pinney

ON-LiNE EDiTORS

Barry Cohen

Gayle Mc intyre

Faust Pierfederici

DAViNCi COLORiST

Dexter P.

POST PRODUCTiON SERViCES

Hollywood Digital

Pacifica Sound Group

Encore

ANiMATiON SERViCES

Rough Draft Studios, Korea

OVERSEAS SUPERViSOR

Doug Williams

LiVE ACTiON iSLAND FOOTAGE BY

Bad Clams Productions, inc.

TiTLE STiLL PHOTOGRAPHY BY

David Frapwell

DEVELOPED BY

Derek Drymon

Tim Hill

Nicholas R. Jennings

PRODUCTiON EXECUTiVE

Eric Coleman

EXECUTiVE iN CHARGE

OF PRODUCTiON

Lolee Aries

“i WAS A TEENAGE GARY”

EXECUTiVE PRODUCER

Stephen Hillenburg

LiNE PRODUCER

Donna Castricone

ART DiRECTOR

Nicholas R. Jennings

SUPERViSiNG DiRECTOR

Alan Smart

STORY EDiTOR

Peter Burns

WRiTERS

Peter Burns

Mr. Lawrence

Alex Gordon

Derek Drymon

Stephen Hillenburg

Tom Kenny ……………… SpongeBob SquarePants (character), Gary the Snail (character),

                                                             Incidental 116 (debut) (Doctor), SpongeSnail (debut)

Bill Fagerbakke                                                    ……………………. Patrick Star (character)

Rodger Bumpass                                          ……………… Squidward Tentacles (character),

                                                                                                Incidental 116 (debut) (Doctor)

Clancy Brown                                                    ……………………. Incidental 35 (Mr. Krabs)

CASTiNG DiRECTOR

Donna Grillo

CASTiNG COORDiNATOR

Alex Gordon

EXECUTiVE ASSiSTANT

Jennie Monica

SUPERViSiNG SOUND ENGiNEER

Krandal Crews

2ND ENGiNEER

Jim Leber

ASSiSTANT ENGiNEER

Justin Brinsfield

AUDiO SUPERViSOR AND DiALOGUE EDiTOR

Tony Ostyn

ANiMATiC OPERATOR

Brian Robitaille

ANiMATiC SCANNER

Kevin Zelch

ASSiSTANT STORYBOARD ARTiSTS

Carl Greenblatt

Bruce B. Heller

Bill Reiss

ORiGiNAL CHARACTER DESiGN

Stephen Hillenburg

CHARACTER DESiGNER

Todd White

PROP DESiGNER

Thaddeus Paul Couldron

CLEAN-UP ARTiST

Soonjin Mooney

ARTiST iNTERN

Cynthia Tello

LAYOUT SUPERViSOR

Kenny Pittenger

BG LAYOUT DESiGN

John Seymore

Paula Spence

BACKGROUND PAiNTERS

Peter Bennett

Michael Chen

Andy “Spike” Clark

Calvin G. Liang

DiGiTAL BG SUPERViSOR

Andrew Brandou

DiGiTAL BG COORDiNATOR

David Wigforss

BG SCANNiNG DEPARTMENT

Stephen Christian

Steven Kellams

SUPERViSiNG COLOR STYLiST

Teale Reon Wang

COLOR STYLiST

Dene Ann Heming

ASSiSTANT COLOR KEY

Meg Hanna

PRODUCTiON COORDiNATORS

Megan Brown

June Tedesco

PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANTS

Marcy Lynn Dewey

Derek iversen

SHEET TiMER

Juli Murphy Hashiguchi

FiNAL CHECKER

Karen Shaffer

POST PRODUCTiON DiRECTOR

Heather Adams

POST PRODUCTiON SUPERViSOR

Wendi McNeese

POST PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANTS

Matt Brown

Mishelle Smith

Shawn Trask

PiCTURE EDiTOR

Lynn Hobson

POST PRODUCTiON SOUND

SUPERViSOR AND MiXER

Timothy J. BorQuez

SOUND FX DESiGNER AND EDiTOR

Jeff Hutchins

DiALOGUE ADR EDiTOR

Jason Freedman

RE-RECORDiNG MiXERS

Timothy J. BorQuez

Timothy J. Garrity

FOLEY MiXER

Brad Brock

FOLEY ARTiST

Diane Greco

MUSiC EDiTOR

Nicolas Carr

MUSiC COMPOSED BY

Sage Guyton

Jeremy Wakefield

Steven Belfer

The Blue Hawaiians

Brad Carow

SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS

THEME SONG

LYRiCS BY

Stephen Hillenburg

Derek Drymon

COMPOSED BY

Hank Smith Music

PERFORMED BY

Pat Pinney

ON-LiNE EDiTORS

Dan Aguliar

Kip Gibson

DAViNCi COLORiST

Dexter P.

POST PRODUCTiON SERViCES

Todd AO - Hollywood Digital

Anderson Video

Encore Video

ANiMATiON SERViCES

Rough Draft Studios, Korea

OVERSEAS SUPERViSOR

Doug Williams

LiVE ACTiON iSLAND FOOTAGE BY

Bad Clams Productions, inc.

TiTLE STiLL PHOTOGRAPHY BY

David Frapwell

DEVELOPED BY

Derek Drymon

Tim Hill

Nicholas R. Jennings

PRODUCTiON EXECUTiVE

Eric Coleman

EXECUTiVE iN CHARGE

OF PRODUCTiON

Brian A. Miller

“SQUiDWARD, THE

UNFRiENDLY GHOST”

EXECUTiVE PRODUCER

Stephen Hillenburg

LiNE PRODUCER

Donna Castricone

ART DiRECTOR

Nicholas R. Jennings

SUPERViSiNG DiRECTOR

Alan Smart

STORY EDiTOR

Peter Burns

WRiTERS

Peter Burns

Mr. Lawrence

Alex Gordon

Derek Drymon

Stephen Hillenburg

Rodger Bumpass          ………………… Squidward Tentacles (character),

                                                            Squidward’s wax sculpture (debut),

                                                            Squidward’s bonsai (debut; cameo)

Tom Kenny ………………………… SpongeBob SquarePants (character),

                                      The Flying Dutchman (character) (debut; cameo)

Bill Fagerbakke                    ………………………. Patrick Star (character)

Clancy Brown               ……………………… Eugene H. Krabs (character)

Jill Talley ……………………………………………….. Incidental 22 (Karen)

Carolyn Lawrence ……………………. Sandy Cheeks (character) (cameo)

CASTiNG DiRECTOR

Donna Grillo

CASTiNG COORDiNATOR

Alex Gordon

EXECUTiVE ASSiSTANT

Jennie Monica

SUPERViSiNG SOUND ENGiNEER

Krandal Crews

2ND ENGiNEER

Jim Leber

ASSiSTANT ENGiNEER

Justin Brinsfield

AUDiO SUPERViSOR & DiALOGUE EDiTOR

Tony Ostyn

ANiMATiC OPERATOR

Brian Robitaille

ANiMATiC SCANNER

Kevin Zelch

ASSiSTANT STORYBOARD ARTiSTS

Carl Greenblatt

Bruce B. Heller

Bill Reiss

Soonjin Mooney

ORiGiNAL CHARACTER DESiGN

Stephen Hillenburg

CHARACTER DESiGNER

Todd White

PROP DESiGNER

Thaddeus Paul Couldron

CLEAN-UP ARTiST

Soonjin Mooney

ARTiST iNTERN

Cynthia Tello

LAYOUT SUPERViSOR

Kenny Pittenger

BG LAYOUT DESiGN

John Seymore

Paula Spence

BACKGROUND PAiNTERS

Peter Bennett

Michael Chen

Andy “Spike” Clark

Calvin G. Liang

Richard D. Ziehler-Martin

DiGiTAL BG SUPERViSOR

Andrew Brandou

DiGiTAL BG COORDiNATOR

David Wigforss

DiGiTAL BG ASSiSTANTS

Stephen Christian

Steven Kellams

SUPERViSiNG COLOR STYLiST

Teale Reon Wang

COLOR STYLiST

Dene Ann Heming

ASSiSTANT COLOR KEY

Meg Hanna

PRODUCTiON COORDiNATORS

Megan Brown

June Tedesco

PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANTS

Marcy Lynn Dewey

Derek iversen

FiNAL CHECKER

Karen Shaffer

POST PRODUCTiON DiRECTOR

Heather Adams

POST PRODUCTiON SUPERViSOR

Wendi McNeese

POST PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANTS

Matt Brown

Mishelle Smith

Shawn Trask

PiCTURE EDiTOR

Lynn Hobson

POST PRODUCTiON SOUND

SUPERViSOR AND MiXER

Timothy J. BorQuez

SOUND FX DESiGNER AND EDiTOR

Jeff Hutchins

DiALOGUE ADR EDiTOR

Jason Freedman

RE-RECORDiNG MiXERS

Timothy J. BorQuez

Timothy J. Garrity

FOLEY MiXER

Brad Brock

FOLEY ARTiST

Diane Greco

MUSiC EDiTOR

Nicolas Carr

MUSiC COMPOSED BY

Steven Belfer

The Blue Hawaiians

Sage Guyton

Jeremy Wakefield

Brad Carow

SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS

THEME SONG

LYRiCS BY

Stephen Hillenburg

Derek Drymon

COMPOSED BY

Hank Smith Music

PERFORMED BY

Pat Pinney

ON-LiNE EDiTORS

Barry Cohen

Dan Aguliar

DAViNCi COLORiST

Dexter P.

POST PRODUCTiON SERViCES

Todd AO - Hollywood Digital

Anderson Video

Encore Video

ANiMATiON SERViCES

Rough Draft Studios, Korea

OVERSEAS SUPERViSOR

Doug Williams

LiVE ACTiON iSLAND FOOTAGE BY

Bad Clams Productions, inc.

TiTLE STiLL PHOTOGRAPHY BY

David Frapwell

seagull footage provided by

Energy Film Lab

DEVELOPED BY

Derek Drymon

Tim Hill

Nicholas R. Jennings

PRODUCTiON EXECUTiVE

Eric Coleman

EXECUTiVE iN CHARGE

OF PRODUCTiON

Brian A. Miller

“THE SECRET BOX”

“BAND GEEKS”

“WELCOME TO THE

CHUMBUCKET”

“MY PRETTY SEAHORSE”

“THE iDiOT BOX”

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