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DVD Release Date: November 5, 2002

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

Are you ready, kids?

                    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 )

S  p  o  n  g  e  B  o  b    ™

S  Q  u  a  r  e  P  a  N  t  S

( plays airy tune )

created by

Stephen Hillenburg

Episode Transcript: Gary Takes A Bath (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (6/17/2002) [Closed Captioning][]

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             A                   B    A    T    H

storyboard director

Aaron Springer

storyboard artist

C.H. Greenblatt

written by

Aaron Springer

C.H. Greenblatt

Merriwether Williams

animation director

Frank Weiss

creative director

Derek Drymon

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( chiming )

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Gary, looks like it’s

that time of week again.

Gary, looks like it’s

that time of week again.

Bath time!

Bath time!

Come on, let’s go get

the water started.

You’re going to have

to get in that tub, Gary.

Now, Gary, we can do this

the hard way or the easy way.

Now, Gary, we can do this

the hard way or the easy way.

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Or the medium way.

Or the semi-medium-

easy-hard way.

Or the sort of hard

Or the sort of hard

with a touch of awkward-easy,

difficult-challenging way.

with a touch of awkward-easy,

difficult-challenging way.

So that’s how you want

           to play it, huh?

Gary, check out

this new toy.

Gary, check out

this new toy.

Fetch!

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Huh?

“New Boomerang Pet Ball--

                      Really works.”

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Aye!

Aye!

Gary, there’s a bomb strapped

to my chest!

It’s going to explode

in three seconds

It’s going to explode

in three seconds

It’s going to explode

in three seconds

It’s going to explode

in three seconds

It’s going to explode

in three seconds

unless you take a bath!

unless you take a bath!

( calmly ):

Please.

( bang )

I am now going

to assault your mind

with subliminal messages.

S      O         A           P

( giggling )

S      O         A           P

( giggling )

Sorry you had

to see that.

Sorry you had

to see that.

Hello, fancy

French restaurant…

I’ve got

a naughty snail here

who won’t take a bath.

What?!

Could you say

that again?

Slow down!

It’s like you’re speaking

some other language.

Hey, Gar,

how about some leapfrog?

Whee-hee!

Whee-hee!

Okay, your turn.

( shell shatters )

( shell shatters )

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Hey, Gar,

how about some leapfrog?

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I’ve got a crisp

dollar bill for

the next fella

$          $

I’ve got a crisp

dollar bill for

the next fella

to take a bath

in this house!

$          $

$          $

$          $

$          $

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( breathing heavily )

That didn’t

work either, huh?

Gary! Gary! Gary!

Look what I found!

It’s an old pirate

treasure map

revealing the location

of buried pirate

treasure

BATHRoOM

BURIED

TREASURE

in this very house.

B A T H R o O M

B U R I E D

T  R  E A  S  U  R  E

Come on, boy, let’s

go get that treasure!

Whoo!

Okay, Gary.

Okay, Gary.

Okay, Gary.

Now, 40 paces to the left.

One, two, three,

four, five, six

seven, eight,

nine, ten…

…24, 25, 26, 27… 40.

X

X

The treasure

must be in here.

Wow, Gary, look!

A pirate treasure chest!

Meow.

Why, no, Gary,

this isn’t the bathtub.

It’s treasure!

Look-- doubloons.

S   O   A  P

S  O   A     P

Don’t drop them.

Don’t drop them.

Look at this brooch!

SOAP

SOAP

Meow.

S   O A  P

S O A P

I don’t know what a snail

           wants with a brooch!

Now, why don’t you

just get in the tub?!

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Get in the tub!

Get in the tub!

Get in the tub!

In the tub!

In the tub!

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🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽 🧽🧽🧽🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽 🧽🧽🧽🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽 🧽🧽🧽🧽🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

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🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽                        🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽 🧽🧽🧽🧽                       🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

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                                  🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽                         🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽                         🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

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🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽                         🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽                  🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🧽   🧽🧽 🧽🧽   🧽                   🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🧽🧽 🧽🧽                                 🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🧽🧽  

                                                                                                 🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁

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Now, Gary, are you going

to get in this tub

Now, Gary, are you going

to get in this tub

Now, Gary, are you going

to get in this tub

or am I going

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Gary, uh… could you, uh…

Gary, no!

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🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌 🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌 🐌🐌🐌

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽

Gary!

Gary!

Gary!

( splash )

All right, Gary.

            You have duped and/or

frustrated me for the last time!

So if I can’t get you

to come to the bath

I’ll just have to bring the bath

                                  to you.

( gurgling )

SPONGEBOB:

Psst… Gary…

Bath delivery.

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

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S  N  A  I  L

J  O  K  E  S

Come back, Gary.

           I have something

to share with you.

                                                               💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧

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This is more like it.

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Meow.

Water you waiting for, Gary?

Meow, meow, meow.

🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🐌🐌🐌🌳🌳🌳

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Oh, stuck in a tree?

Meow, meow, meow.

                       It’s time

to clean up your act, Gary.

( inhales )

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             💧💧💧💧💧                                                                                                          💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧

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                                                                                                                                            💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧💧

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🧽🧽🧽 🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽 🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽

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           ( over record ):

Meow, meow, meow…

Oh, no!

I bathed Gary too hard

and removed his skin.

GARY ( happily ):

Meow, meow, meow, meow.

Gary!

                                                                                🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

                                                                                🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

                                                                                🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩💩💩                          🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩💩💩                        🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩                        🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜

Bring that ladder back

this instant!

I am not amused, mister.

You’re going to take a bath and

you’re going to get clean now!

Meow.

I am so the boss of you.

Meow.

It’s a free country

but you live in my house,

                      under my rules.

Meow.

Don’t use that tone with me.

Don’t use that tone with me.

You will do what I say,

           when I say!

                    🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

                    🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

                    🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

                    🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

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🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

What are you doing?

I am talking to you, Mister.

💩💩 💩💩💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

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💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩 💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩💩💩 💩💩💩💩💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩 💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩💩💩💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩💩💩💩🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

Do not go near that mud puddle!

Gary, do you hear me?!

I am giving you

three seconds

to get a away

from that mud puddle.

One, two,

two and a half…

One, two,

two and a half…

Don’t make me say three.

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

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🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌           🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

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                         🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩 💩💩

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Gary!

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

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🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌                🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌                    🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌                    🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌

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Gary! Gary!

Gary!

Gary!

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Meow.

Yeah, yeah, Gary, I’m

getting behind my ears.

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Episode Transcript: Hooky (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (2/23/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

H     O     o     K     y

storyboard director

Sherm Cohen

storyboard artist

Vincent Waller

written by

Sherm Cohen

Vincent Waller

Merriwether Williams

animation director

Edgar Larrazabal

creative director

Derek Drymon

special guest appearance by

John Lurie

&

Jim Jarmusch

                              Narrator

Fishermen have quite an effect

on our undersea friends.

SUBURBAN

SOFT

                      SQUIDWARD:

SpongeBob, have you finished

          swabbing the deck?

T  H  E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

ENTER

Almost. There’s a nasty barnacle

           under table nine.

                       They’re back!

They’re back, I tell you!

I saw them with me own eyes!

( all muttering )

The hooks! The hooks!

How about a mint?

KRABS:

The hooks!

The hooks!

Can you make that to go?

You don’t know

how lucky you are.

The hooks!

So there I was,

minding my own business…

I’d love to hear

another of your

riveting sea tales,

but, um…

I have to do

my wastebasket

inspections.

Uh-huh… mm-hmm… oh, yeah,

                       there’s one.

OR  D E R

H  E  R  E

           Fine! Don’t say

I didn’t warn you.

Warn him about what, Mr. Krabs?

The hooks, me bucko.

They’re back.

They’re back.

Beware the hooks.

The hooks?

The hooks?

The hooks?

Aye, the hooks.

They dangle down

and draw you close

with their

pleasing shapes

and their

beguiling colors.

And just when you think you

found the land of milk and honey

And just when you think you

found the land of milk and honey

And just when you think you

found the land of milk and honey

they grab you by the britches

and haul you way up high!

Then higher,

and higher,

and higher!

until you’re hauled

up to the surface

flopping and gasping

for breath.

And then they cook you

and then they eat you!

Or worse…

what could be worse than that?!

Gift shops.

STAR

FISH

$1.25

BAJA CALIFORNIA

ASSORTED

SHELLS

$1.50

( gasps )

Don’t let it get me, Mr. Krabs.

Don’t let it get me, Mr. Krabs.

There, there, boy,

they won’t get you.

Not as long as you listen

to old Mr. Krabs.

Now get back

to the kitchen!

Aye-aye, Mr. Krabs!

Aye-aye, Mr. Krabs!

Aye-aye, Mr. Krabs!

Aye-aye, Mr. Krabs!

Aye-aye, Mr. Krabs!

Aye-aye, Mr. Krabs!

Good morning,

Krusty crew!

Good morning,

Krusty crew!

Hey, Patrick.

Guess what?

The carnival’s in town.

Come on, let’s go.

I can’t leave now.

I’m working.

It’s not leaving.

You’re just

taking a break.

You’re just

taking a break.

♪ We’re going to the carnival,

going to the carniv… oof! ♪

♪ We’re going to the carnival,

going to the carnival. ♪

There it is, SpongeBob.

The carnival is

back in town!

I’m going to be first in line

for everything!

I’m going to be first in line

for everything!

Where is

everybody?

I don’t know.

There was one kid

here earlier.

Doesn’t look like

any carnival I ever…

( clink )

            Oh!

( clink )

            Oh!

( clink )

            Oh!

( clink )

            Oh!

( clink )

            Oh!

( clink )

            Oh!

Excuse me.

( gasps )

Stop, Patrick!

Don’t touch it.

Stop, Patrick!

Don’t touch it.

This isn’t the carnival.

This isn’t the carnival.

Those are hooks!

                       Mr. Krabs says

they’re really dangerous!

Hmm…

Hmm…

Hmm…

Hmm…

Hmm…

Hmm…

Hmm…

I sense no danger here.

How could they be dangerous?

           They’re covered

with free cheese!

All I know is, Mr. Krabs said…

                                  Patrick!

Don’t do that!

Mmm…

Mmm…

Mmm…

Mmm…

Mmm…

Mmm…

Mmm…

Mmm…

Cheesy.

Cheesy.

Cheesy.

No danger here.

Go on, try it.

But Mr. Krabs said…

SpongeBob, let me

ask you something.

Does this look dangerous?

( screams )

Patrick! don’t!

Lighten up, will you?

Or do I have to eat

all this cheese by mysel…

Or do I have to eat

all this cheese by mysel…

Whoa, ho, ho…!

Whoa, ho, ho…!

( gasps )

Patrick!

Help! Oh, Patrick! help!

Oh, Patrick, come back!

Oh, Patrick, come back!

Oh, Patrick, come back!

Oh, Patrick, come back!

Oh, my best friend!

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( crying )

( crying )

( crying )

( grunts )

( grunts )

( grunts )

Patrick… you’re alive!

Am I ever!

You should try it.

But what about the surface…

and your britches…

and the gift shops?

You just jump off

before you go up

too high.

Mr. Krabs said I shouldn’t

go near those things.

Mr. Krabs said I shouldn’t

go near those things.

Did he say you

shouldn’t climb

on top of them

and ride them

like a horsy?

Well, no.

Whee…

I guess he didn’t!

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

Hi-ho, silverfish!

away!

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

Ready?

Ready.

            BOTH:

Geronimo!

( laughing and whooping )

This is more fun

than double overtime

at the Krusty Krab!

CUSTOMER:

           Phew!

You call this food?

My sandwich tastes

like a fried boot.

My sandwich is

a fried boot!

Hurry it up,

will you!

We’re hungry

over here.

Look at us!

( customers muttering angrily )

( customers muttering angrily )

( customers muttering angrily )

( customers muttering angrily )

That’s not how you’re

supposed to flip it!

That’s not how you’re

supposed to flip it!

That’s not how you’re

supposed to flip it!

That’s not how you’re

supposed to flip it!

( all talking at once )

( all talking at once )

( all talking at once )

( all talking at once )

Why do you want to

eat this stuff anyway?

KRABS:

Mr. Squidward!

What the halibut’s

going on in here?

It’s a feeding

frenzy, sir

and SpongeBob’s not

back from his break.

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

What?

I thought you said

SpongeBob was

taking a break.

No one’s taken a break

at the Krusty Krab

since the chum famine

of ‘59. ( laughs )

Now, what were you saying?

He took… a break.

All right, SpongeBob Lazypants,

                      I’ll find you.

GALLEy GRuB

ORDER

HERE

This nose can smell laziness

for up to 10,000 leagues. aha!

GALLEy GRuB

ORDER

HERE

This nose can smell laziness

for up to 10,000 leagues. aha!

GALLEy GRuB

ORDER

HERE

I’ll give you a break

you’ll not soon forget.

GALLEy GRuB

            But Mr. Krabs,

I still need help…!

GALLEy GRuB

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

They should be right here.

( both laughing )

Again?

Again!

The hooks! no, no, no!

                       BOTH:

One, two, three…

Wait, wait!

Oof!

Boys!

Boys!

I wasn’t quick enough.

They’re gone! ( sobs )

            If I could only hold him

in me arms again, I, I’d…

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

I’d throttle them!

What did I tell you

about those hooks, boy?

I, uh, I…

I’ll tell you

about the hooks.

You ride them up

and up and up…

then you gently float

down.

And do you know

what happens

when you don’t

float back down?

Gift shop?

Worse! you end up

vacuum-packed…

in a can of tuna!

With nothing

to look forward to

T        U          N         A

With nothing

to look forward to

but the smell of mayonnaise!

( scream )

M       A      Y     O

Aah!

                      BOTH:

We’re sorry, Mr. Krabs.

I want you boys

to promise me

you’ll never go

on those hooks again.

                      BOTH:

We promise, Mr. Krabs.

I need a sailor’s promise!

Repeat after me.

Repeat after me.

Repeat after me.

Yo-ho, yo-ho,

near the hooks I’ll never go.

BOTH:

Yo-ho, yo-ho

near the hooks

we’ll never go.

near the hooks

we’ll never go.

Aah! Mother of pearl!

⭐                                  ⭐

Fire on the poop deck!

                      BOTH:

Aah! Mother of pearl!

Fire on the poop deck!

Well… whew!

All right, then.

Let’s get out of

this deathtrap.

                      SPONGEBOB:

Okay, Gary, today is a new day.

I’m ready to prove myself

           loyal to Mr. Krabs.

( Gary meows )

( Gary meows )

( Gary meows )

I’m ready!

I’m ready!

♪ I’m ready, I’m ready,

I’m ready, I’m ready ♪

♪ I’m ready, ready, ready,

                      I’m ready… ♪

♪ I’m ready, ready, ready,

                      I’m ready… ♪

Hey, SpongeBob!

You’re going the wrong way!

( grunts )

I always go to work this way.

I always go to work this way.

You’re not going

to work today.

We’re going to

go play…

We’re going to

go play…

hooky!

hooky!

But Patrick,

we promised.

I had my fingers crossed.

You don’t have fingers.

You don’t have fingers.

Well, that Mr. Krabs

is just a big dummy.

We played

on those hooks

all day long

and nothing

happened to us.

But Mr. Krabs said…

But Mr. Krabs said…

Look, SpongeBob.

Are you going to

listen to a big dummy

or are you going to

           listen to me?

Um…

See you later,

SpongeBob.

I’m going to go have some fun.

Whoo-hoo!

Come on, SpongeBob!

Whoo-hoo!

You know

you want to…

Oh… I know I want to

           but I promised Mr. Krabs

I wouldn’t go near another…

                       aah, hook!

Oh, no. Mr. Krabs

told me all about you.

You are a liar,

a deceiver!

I’ll never fall

for your tricks again!

Never!

Is this seat taken?

           Whoo…

( laughing )

( giggling )

Hoo, glad I got that

out of my system.

( gasps )

I’m… hooked.

And that means…

T       U        N      A

( screams )

Help! I’m hooked! Help!

Mr. Krabs, help!

It happened! I’m hooked!

Oh, no, the hook, the hook!

Gift shop! Tuna can!

Mayonnaise!

                       KRABS:

Here you go, Pearl.

T  H  E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

ENTER

Free water for all

your little friends.

Thanks, Dad.

Just don’t forget to leave a tip

           for old, Mr. Krabs.

Psst! Mr. Krabs…

           SpongeBob!

You’re two minutes late!

GALLEY     GRUB

ORDER

HERE

What kept you, laddie?

           Um, you know those hooks

we were talking about yesterday?

           Didn’t I tell you

not to go near those hooks?

GALLEY    GRUB

ORDER

HERE

Um… no.

GALLEY     GRUB        ORDER

                                        HERE

Er…! I mean yes, yes,

you told me not to go near them!

GALLEY     GRUB

Well, you weren’t playing on

those hooks, were you, laddie?

GALLEY     GRUB

Of course not…

Er, I mean, not exactly.

Er, I mean, yes! yes, I did it!

I admit it!

( crying )

( crying )

( crying )

( crying )

( crying )

GALLEY     GRUB

Oh, Mr. Krabs,

I’m so ashamed!

GALLEY     GRUB

I mean, look at me!

I’m hooked…!

Hmm, it’s in there pretty deep.

GALLEY     GRUB

What am I going to do?

There’s only one thing

                          to do, boy.

GALLEY GRUB

ORDER

HERE

P

( all laughing )

GALLEY GRUB

ORDER

HERE

P

Oh, no, Mr. Krabs.

I can’t take off my pants.

Not in front of all these…

                                  girls.

( reeling )

( gasps )

Oh, okay, I’m taking them off.

           I’m taking them off.

( rips ) There.

Uh, lad.

GALLEY     GRUB

( girls laughing )

( girls laughing )

( screams )

Oh, no, oh, no.

No, no, no, Mr. Krabs.

           I can’t do it!

Anything but that.

I understand.

You were a good little

fry cook, SpongeBob.

H          E              L             P

W                  a      n        t        e            d

( gasps )

But we’ll find another.

H   E     L     P

W      a   n  t   e     d

Hopefully, one that will

listen to old Mr. Krabs.

H   E     L     P

W      a   n  t   e     d

           Oh, Mr. Krabs,

I’ll listen, I promise!

Whoa, whoa…!

Please save me, Mr. Krabs!

( crying )

I promise I’ll be good!

Hoo!

( grunts )

                       ALL:

Oh, look… ( giggling )

                                  PEARL:

It’s SpongeBob Nudiepants.

                                  PEARL:

It’s SpongeBob Nudiepants.

( screams )

( all laughing )

GALLEY  GRUB

ORDER


HERE


P

Well, that was more of SpongeBob

than I needed to see.

Mr. Squidward, that

was some fine angling.

Do you think the lad

has learned his lesson?

Do you think the lad

has learned his lesson?

THE

KRuSTy

KRAB

                    SQUIDWARD:

Oh, I think he’ll remember this

           for a long time.

I know I will.

THE

KRuSTy

KRAB

The pants!

The underwear!

( both laughing )

T    U   N    A

                       PATRICK:

Hello? Does somebody

have a can opener?

Episode Transcript: Life of Crime (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (5/5/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

LiFe

         oF

Crime

storyboard directed by

Jay Lender

storyboard artist

William Reiss

written by

Jay Lender

William Reiss

Mr. Lawrence

animation director

Sean Dempsey

creative director

Derek Drymon

                      TV ANNOUNCER:

                         And now back to

Crustacean Crime Theatre.

THE

K R u S T y

K R a B

ENTER

( snoring )

( laughing evilly )

( gasps )

( laughing )

( laughing )

Stop! Thief!

Which way

did he go?

He went that way!

Let’s get ‘em, boys!

( police yelling )

Curses! Foiled again!

Curses! Foiled again!

What a no-good eel

in the kelp that guy was!

There ain’t nothin’ worse

than a thief!

Thieves need to be

locked up forever!

They should all be strung up

                      by their gills

and forced to breathe air!

But Mr. Krabs?

What about all the stuff

           you stole?

What do you mean?

Like that barrel.

It says, “Property

of Salty Sea Farms.”

It says, “Property

of Salty Sea Farms.”

P R O P E R T Y O F

S   A   L   T   Y     S   E   A

F   A   R  M   S

Oh! That’s where I rent

           me pickles from!

Are you renting

the barrel?

Well… no.

PRO   P

Then you bought it?

                                No.

PRO   P E

Then isn’t that stealing?

                       Well, I, uh…

PRO   P E

What about this towel from

The Sizzling Spring Sauna?

                      Um… well…

G  A  L  L  E

S i z z l i n g

Spr i n g

S    A    U    N    A

And this Bikini Bell phone?

           Well, uh, it’s…

And Sandy’s hedge clippers?

                       Oh, they’re…

G  A  L  L  E

And Plankton’s lawn mower?

                       Well, he…

Even Mrs. Puff’s hair curlers?

That one was a gift.

Listen…

All that stuff is, uh…

           borrowed.

Borrowed?

Well, that’s a relief.

I thought you took it

without permission.

Ah, permission shmermission!

Ah, permission shmermission!

                       You can borrow

anything you want, anytime

as long as you get it back

           before it’s missed!

as long as you get it back

           before it’s missed!

as long as you get it back

           before it’s missed!

Everyone knows that! Right?

BOTH:

Okay!

All right then! Hugs?

You put in a hard day’s

           work, boys!

PATRICK:

But I don’t work here.

GALLE

O R D E R

H E R E

See ya later!

Oh, that was a close one.

GALLEY  GRUB

ORDER

HERE

                       SPONGEBOB:

What do you want to do today?

I don’t know.

What do you want

to do today?

I don’t know.

What do you want

to do today?

I don’t know.

What do you want

to do today?

I don’t know.

What do you want

to do today?

( gasps )

B  A  L  L  o  O  N  S

I know what I want to do today!

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I need some money.

Uh…

Uh…

Oh!

Oh…

A  D  M  i  T

   O  N  E

I don’t have

any money.

SpongeBob!

I want a balloon

really, really badly!

Really, really badly!

It’s okay, Patrick.

There’s lots of money

in the First National Bank

of SpongeBob!

Follow me…!

Uh-oh. I’m broke, too.

Maybe we can borrow money

from Squidward.

           Wait! Instead of

borrowing the money

why don’t we just borrow

           the balloon?!

Yeah, like Mr. Krabs!

It’s just

borrowing,

right?

Yeah! And borrowing

is okay

as long as we bring it

back, right?

Right!

( whistling )

B  A  L  L  o  O  N  S

( both laughing )

This is so great!!

We’re going to have

so much fun!

First we can run

with the balloon.

Yeah, then we can

go to the beach

with the balloon!

Then we can take a bike ride

           with the balloon.

Then we can go to the movies

and the arcade and the ice rink

           and the pizza shop!

And the moon and the sky

and under a car and

behind a dumpster

And the candy shop

and my backyard

and in a plane

and over a rock

and under a hill

and with a whale.

                      BOTH:

We love borrowing!

It popped.

It popped.

It popped.

It popped.

It popped.

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BOTH:

Aah…!

           How are we going to

return it now, SpongeBob?

I’ve got the pieces!

I found the air!

I found the air!

Hurry, put the pieces on!

We popped the balloon!

Ga-hee…!

Ga-hee…!

Ga-hee…!

We can’t return it!!

We can’t return it!!

We can’t return it!!

Wha-guh…!

Wha-guh…!

Wha-guh…!

We’re thieves!

We’re thieves!

We’re thieves!

Hi-yo-hoo…!

Hi-yo-hoo…!

We have to confess!

Confess?!

Are you out of

your mind?

Do you have any idea

what they do

to people like us?

We’re not

talking about

some dumb mail

fraud scheme

or hijacking here.

We stole a balloon!

They’re going to

lock us up forever!

You’re right!

We’ve just got to

keep our heads!

Act normal.

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

( both gibbering wildly )

Wow! Street

performers!

( crowd cheering )

                       BOTH:

It’s not working!

                       BOTH:

It’s not working!

BOTH:

Aah…!

BOTH:

Aah…!

B    A

( both grunt )

( both grunt )

Hi there!

B    A    L    L    O    O    N    S

BOTH:

Aah…

Hey! Don’t you want

           a free balloon?

N

It’s National Free Balloon Day!

( panting )

He’s on to us!

( panting )

It’s not safe in

Bikini Bottom anymore!

We’ve got to move fast

and cover our tracks!

We’ve got to move fast

and cover our tracks!

I’m on it, SpongeBob!

( both panting )

( both panting )

( both panting )

( both panting )

( both panting )

( both panting )

( both panting )

( both panting )

Take a last look, Patrick.

We can never go back.

Goodbye, Bikini Bottom.

We’ve only got ourselves and

what we can carry on our backs.

Yup.

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

We’re going to have

to travel lighter.

( crickets chirping )

I want to go home.

We can never

go home, Pat.

We’re wanted men.

We’ll spend the rest of our

lives running… running…

but at least it’s warm

           around the fire.

Hey, if we’re underwater,

how can there be a…

I’m scared, SpongeBob!

No more nice warm beds.

Huh?

No more Krabby Patties.

Oh!

No more getting mail!

No more Gary!

No more movies!

No more Squidward!

No more Sandy or Pearl

or Mr. Krabs!

No more anything!

I want ice cream!

But it doesn’t have to

be all bad, right?

I mean… at least

we have each other.

Yeah!

And all that running

is good for your buns

           and thighs.

Ja! Buns and thighs.

And the bitter cold?

It’s bracing, isn’t it!

Yeah! Maybe being a felon

                      could be… fun!

We can loosen our ties.

Yeah!

And we can fly!

Yeah!

Aah…!

Aah…!

( crash )

Okay… we still

can’t do that!

But we don’t

have to shave.

I’m way ahead of you, buddy!

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🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵

🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵🦵

And you get to talk tough!

And you get to talk tough!

                       ( gruff voice ):

This town ain’t big enough

           for the two of us.

Let me try!

Uh… hey punk… heh-heh!

Uh… hey punk… heh-heh!

And the best part is…

now that we’re felons

we don’t have to return

anything we borrow!

BOTH:

Yeah!

And we owe it all to you!

What are you talking about?

Taking the balloon

was your evil plan.

           Oh, I’m nothing

but a lot of talk!

            You’re the one

with the sticky fingers.

Aw, Patrick…

you’re the best

bad influence ever!

You, too!

You, too!

( both sigh happily )

I wish we had something

to eat, though.

Look what I’ve got!

Rectangles!

CANDy

CANDy

Not just

any rectangles…

candy bars!

  C   A   N   D   Y

C   A   N   D   Y

Oh…!

All we have to do is make them

last the rest of our lives!

CANDy

CANDy

Thanks, SpongeBob!

CANDy

I think I’ll eat it now!

CAND

Ah…

I think I’ll eat it now!

( crunch )

( crunch )

Ow! Who…?

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Where did my candy bar go?

I must have dropped it!

You just ate it, Pat.

CANDy

It’s all over your face.

Where did it go?

I’m going to starve!

Where did it go?

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

I can’t find it!

CANDy

Where could it possibly be?

Aha!

C    A    N    D    y

What?

You stole my candy bar!

No, I didn’t.

Oh, so that’s

how it is, huh?

Once a thief,

always a thief.

CANDy

You ate yours.

This is mine!

You took my only food.

Now I’m going to starve.

Here, Patrick, just

take half of mine.

Yours? You mean mine!

Do you want it or what?

CANDy

I don’t want it unless

you admit you took it.

This is my candy bar!

CAN D y

Liar liar, plants for hire.

It’s pants on fire, Patrick.

Well, you would know… liar.

Well, if you’re going to be

that way… I’ll eat it myself.

You’d better not.

CAN

I’m warning you!

Ah…

Don’t!

Ah…

Ah…

Stop it!

Don’t!

Oh!

Mmm…

Argh…!

( squeaking )

( squeaking )

( screaming )

( screaming )

( screaming )

( screaming )

( screaming )

Uhm… mmm… mmm…

Argh…!

Uhm… uhm…

Aah…!

Aah…!

Aah…!

Aah…!

Aah…!

Aah…!

( slurps )

( slurps )

( slurps )

Mm-hmm…

You’re

a crazy person!

I should have

expected this

after the way

you stole that balloon!

Did I, Patrick, did I?

Or did your criminal mind

hypnotize me to steal it?!

Ohh…!

That’s it!

Aah… oh-ho…!

Aah… oh-ho…!

First the balloon,

now my candy bar…

you’re out of control!

I’m…

I’m telling on you.

( gasps )

Not if I tell

on you first!

Not if I tell

on you first!

Not if I tell

on you first!

I’ll beat you there!

I’ll beat you there!

( huffing and panting )

( huffing and panting )

( huffing and panting )

( huffing and panting )

( huffing and panting )

You’re going to

get in trouble!

You’re going to

get in trouble!

You’re going to

get in trouble!

You’re going to

get in trouble!

No, you… you are!

( huffing and panting )

( huffing and panting )

( huffing and panting )

B   B   P   D

                                          P   O   L   i   C   E

                                        S   T   A   T   i   O   N

( talking simultaneously,

   panting ):

He… I… and I…

and the balloon…

W A N T E D                                                                                                         B B P D

And the, and the…

uh, uh… boom… I…

I  N  C  I  D  E  N  T   R  E  P  O  R  T

B   B   P   D

What can I do for you, boys?

                      BOTH:

We stole a balloon!

I  N  C  I  D  E  N  T   R  E  P  O  R  T

( crying )

            PATRICK:

I’m no good.

👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️

   👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️

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           SPONGEBOB:

We stole a balloon!

What’s the problem?

It appears these two

stole a balloon.

What are you

going to do to us?

( whispers )

( whispers )

( whispers )

( whispers )

( whispers )

( whispers )

Okay, follow me.

If you can’t do the time,

don’t do the crime.

1B

1B

Okay, time’s up.

Okay, time’s up.

Okay, time’s up.

Now get out!

B… but we stole

a balloon!

Yeah…

on Free Balloon Day.

( both laughing )

                                                                               ⭐⭐⭐

                                                                       ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

                                                                       ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

                                                                       ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

                                                                       ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

                                                                       ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽                        ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽                     ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽                   ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽               ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽            ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽        ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽     ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽   ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽  ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽     ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽🧽        ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

     🧽🧽🧽🧽     🧽🧽🧽🧽             ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

     🧽🧽🧽🧽     🧽🧽🧽🧽                 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

🧽🧽🧽🧽            🧽🧽🧽🧽                  ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

How about some lollipops

for the road, boys?

B B P D

Let’s vow never to

borrow anything

without permission

again.

You said it!

                                       🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

                                       🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

                                       🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

                                       🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭                         🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭                          🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭                               🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭                                    🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭                                               🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭                                                   🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭                                                                  🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭                                                                      🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭

All right… which one of you

flatfoots stole my lollipop?

( all laughing )

B B P D

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

SPONGEBOB:

Oh brother!

( laughter continues )

           PATRICK:

I mean it.

Episode Transcript: Pickles (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (8/21/1999) [Closed Captioning][]

PickLes

storyboard director

Steve Fonti

storyboard artists

Chris Mitchell

Jay Lender

written by

Steve Fonti

Chris Mitchell

Peter Burns

animation director

Tom Yasumi

creative director

Derek Drymon

Welcome to the Krusty Krab.

My name is Squidward.

Can I take your order?

Hmm, oh, I’ll have a…

No.

Oh, maybe…

No.

Hmm, I’ll have…

No. Well, maybe…

Are you planning

on ordering today, sir?

I’ll have a Krabby pattie.

How original.

And with extra onions.

Daring today, aren’t we.

One Krabby pattie,

extra onions.

One Crying Johnny coming up.

First bun, then pattie,

followed by ketchup, mustard

pickles, extra onions, lettuce,

cheese, tomatoes and bun

in that order.

One Crying Johnny up!

Whatever.

12 Krabby patties on wheat buns.

( SpongeBob repeating quickly: )

Bun, Krabby pattie, bun.

One dozen crying cows

on the farm.

Up!

Thanks, Farmer Brown.

It’s been a thrill serving you.

Can I get some extra salt?

We’re all out.

Could you check?

No.

Let me guess, Tiny

a small salad?

I take a double triple barfy

deluxe on a raft.

Four-by-four,

animal style.

Extra shingles

with a shimmy

and a squeeze.

Light axle grease, make it cry.

Burn it and let it swim.

We serve food here.

I got it already, Squidward.

( gasping: )

Bubble Bath.

Squarepants.

I hear talk

you make a mean

Krabby pattie.

Yep!

I hear talk

you’re kind of picky.

Yep!

Well, then,

here you go!

( stomping )

( sniffing )

Mm.

Well, Bubble Bath,

What do you think?

This is pretty good.

Only one thing--

You forgot the pickles!

( all gasping )

No!

The best there is?

I don’t think so.

You lose.

But the pickles should be

right where they always are.

I know I put them on.

Where are those pickles?

Pickles, pickles, pickles.

Ah!

I believe

you owe me two bucks.

Two bucks!

Your guarantee.

-money back guarantee-

Oh, that. Well,

can we talk about this?

No.

How about a discount

on restroom tokens?

Afraid not!

How about a free

glass of water?

A dozen free glasses of water!

I’ll even put ice in it.

No, come back.

Two dollars, two dollars.

No, no.

Mr. Krabs, I know

I put pickles on

that Krabby pattie.

That two bucks

is coming out of your paycheck.

Wait.

Wait!

Get back to work.

We gots orders waiting.

I need a Krabby pattie.

Okay, I am not going

to blow it this time.

Let’s see.

Bun down, then ketchup,

then mustard, then pickles--

No, that’s not right!

Bun down, mustard, then ketchup,

lettuce, then the pickles--

no.

Mustard down, bun, oh,

where does the pattie go?

Pickles, ketchup…

Think, think,

I’m losing it.

Bun down, shoe,

mustard, pan, oh, no.

Mr. Krabs, I am so confused.

I can’t remember

how to do anything.

Why don’t you take

the rest of the day off.

Oh, no, Mr. Krabs.

Who will make

the Krabby patties?

Oh, don’t worry about that.

We got Squidward.

Huh?

Mr. Krabs is right.

I need to get my head straight.

Now is it bun, pattie, ketchup.

Ah!

The door, the door.

Mr. Krabs,

the front door is missing!

Oh.

Ha, ha, sorry about that.

This pickle thing has got my

head all messed up.

I better get on home

and rest my brain.

Which way do I live?

Of course.

Ha! Ha!

No, no, was it

bun, pattie, bun?

Tomato, pickle, bun?

No. Bun, no.

No shoe.

Oh, I am so confused.

Maybe a good night’s sleep will

help me get my head on straight.

Oh, was it mattress, mattress,

sheets, pillow, then SpongeBob.

Oh, think, Sponge.

Oh, yeah, it was mattress,

SpongeBob, mattress

then sheets, pillow.

Good night, Gary.

Meow.

No, this isn’t right.

Good night, Gary.

Meow.

Wait, this isn’t right, either.

Nope.

Negative.

Come on, come on, get it right.

Wrong, wrong.

Wrong!

Nope.

Naw!

Negatory.

( rooster crowing )

( horn blowing )

Oh, I almost had it.

( horn continues to blow )

Come on, clock.

How do I turn this thing off?

Think! Think! Think!

Meow.

Gary.

( horn continues )

( choking )

( bell rings )

Patties are done.

Hey, he burnt

my Krabby pattie.

He burnt my fries.

( slurping )

He burnt my shake.

( muttering angrily )

No, come back.

No, no.

I got to get SpongeBob back.

SpongeBob?

SpongeBob!

Mr. Krabs, hello.

Do you how do.

Why are you

talking funny, man?

I anything can’t do right

since because pickles.

Nonsense.

You’ll be back

making Krabby patties

like your old self in no time.

I think don’t

ready back

to go to work,

Mr. Krabs.

Well, you’re fine,

me boy.

( crash )

Ooh, well, maybe not.

All we need to do

is get your confidence back

so you can make me more money.

I mean, patties.

I how do that?

It’s like

riding a bike.

You never forget.

Uh, I’m going

to help you.

You learn to make your

Krabby pattie again

your life

will be back in order.

Mr. Krabs, I don’t know…

take your time.

No, no, no, no.

Hmm…

( snoring )

I got it.

I got it!

It’s all very clear

to me now, Mr. Krabs.

It is?

Yes, I finally realize

that I can’t do it.

I can’t do it, Mr. Krabs.

I’m a failure.

Don’t talk like that!

Don’t you get it,

you crustaceous cheapskate--

I can’t make a double crabby

pattie with the works.

I can’t put a pattie on a bun

with lettuce, cheese, onions

tomatoes, ketchup, mustard,

pickles, and top bun

together in that order!

It’s time.

Hey, SpongeBob’s back.

ALL:

SpongeBob!

I hear Squarepants is back.

I’m right here, Bubble Bath.

I thought I ran you out of town.

This is where I belong.

( growls )

Roar.

( gasps )

Give me the regular.

And this time,

don’t forget the pickles.

I didn’t.

Mmm…

Still no pickles!

See.

ALL:

Yuck.

You failed again,

SpongeBob Loserpants.

( diabolical laugh )

Wait a minute.

Look.

He’s been hiding

the pickles

under his tongue

the whole time.

And there’s the pickle

from last time, too.

And there’s my car keys.

And there’s my ride.

Three cheers for the return of

our master Fry Cook, SpongeBob.

Hip-hip--

ALL:

hooray!

Hip-hip--

ALL:

hooray!

And three cheers

for the fry cook

who took my place

while I was gone--

Squidward.

Hip-hip.

( unenthusiastic response )

Hip-hip.

( unenthusiastic response )

Hip-hip.

Boo!

You stink!

Episode Transcript: No Free Rides (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (4/14/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

No FRee

RiDeS

directed by

Aaron Springer

storyboard artist

C.H. Greenblatt

written by

Aaron Springer

C.H. Greenblatt

Mr. Lawrence

animation director

Tom Yasumi

creative director

Derek Drymon

NARRATOR:

Here we are again at the

Bikini Bottom Boating School.

Today is once again the day of

SpongeBob’s boating school exam

but more importantly, this is

the last test for the year

and if SpongeBob does not

pass this one

it means another whole year

of boating school!

( crash, glass breaks )

( groaning )

Wha’ happen?

Oh, nothing, SpongeBob.

You just struck

another pedestrian.

Minus 20 more points.

How many do I have?

Negative 224.

How many more minutes

left in the test?

The test is over.

That’s enough time!

I can make up

those points!

No… SpongeBob!

Wait! You didn’t hear me

( screams )

It’s too late! SpongeBob!

( coughing )

Okay, Mrs. Puff,

what’s my final score?

Six.

Whoo!

And how many

do I need to pass?

Six.

Ooh…

Hundred.

Wha…?

Six hundred.

You need 600 to pass.

You got six.

Don’t worry.

I’ll be all right, Mrs. Puff.

Besides…

This means I get to

be in your class

for a whole

‘nother year!

Well, see you

next Tuesday.

Yeah!

♪ I’m gonna get

my driver’s license ♪

♪ and it’s only gonna take

one more year, one more year ♪

♪ One more super-duper year ♪

♪ One more super-spectacular ♪

♪ extra-magical,

extra-fantastical year… ♪

( thinking ):

Oh, Neptune.

Another year with him!

Barnacles!

Dirty barnacles!

I’ve got to do something

to save myself.

Oh… there’s only one way out.

A teacher’s ace in the hole.

Extra credit!

What was that, Mrs. Puff?

Extra credit, SpongeBob.

The extra credit.

( laughing wildly )

I still have a chance.

I, I mean,

you still have a chance.

What’s extra credit?

It’s when you get credit

for the things you weren’t

able to do before.

♪ Oh… ♪

Now, are we ready

for that extra credit?

Extra credit!

That’s the spirit.

So, all you have to do

to earn your extra credit

and pass my class

and never have to come

anywhere near this school again

is write a ten-word sentence

on what you’ve learned

in boating school.

But I’ve learned so many things.

Just pick one,

I don’t care which.

Here, I’ll help you

get started.

“What I learned

in boating school is…”

There! That’s already

seven words!

Only three more!

L-E-A-R…

( pencil breaks )

Oh, barnacles!

What’s wrong?

Got to sharpen my pencil.

( whistling )

Hmm…

( humming )

Hmm?

( singing )

N-E…

( pencil snaps )

Oh!

( whistling )

Give me that!

Here’s a pen.

A pen! One of the most permanent

of all writing utensils.

♪ Gonna write an essay ♪

♪ That’s what I say. ♪

There.

Fantastic! Let me see it.

No, wait, I changed my mind!

I’m sure it’s fine.

Just let me see.

No, don’t look!

It’s not ready.

It’s so simple!

Only ten words!

“What I learned

in boating school is…”

Blankety… blankety… blank!

I can do this. I can do this!

“What I learned

in boating school is…”

“What I learned

in boating school is…!”

I can do this, I can do this!

Aah, aah… is it hot

in here, Mrs. Puff?!

Why is it so hot in here?!

Aah! My hand!

My hand is cramping, Mrs. Puff!

Make it stop!

You only need

three… more…

words!

( grunts )

Okay… let me see

what you’ve written.

It’s not ready yet.

That’s okay, SpongeBob.

Show the teacher

what you’ve written.

No!

Give it to me!

No!

Let me see it!

“What I learned

in boating school is…”

Uh…

Well, the rest doesn’t matter.

You pass! ( laughs )

You pass!

Mrs. Puff, I don’t feel

like I really did anything.

That’s how extra credit

is supposed to feel.

Really?

Besides, here’s

your license.

My license!

It tastes just like

I dreamt it would.

Mrs. Puff, I…

Thank you, SpongeBob.

Congratulations.

Have a nice life.

Look out, Bikini Bottom!

There’s a new driver

on the road

and his name is…

SpongeBob SquarePants!

( echoes ):

SpongeBob SquarePants!

SpongeBob SquarePants!

♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪

♪ La, la, la, la,

la, la, la… ♪

Aah!

Ooh, ow…!

♪ La, la, la, la,

la, la, la… ♪

Ouch.

ALL:

Happy birthday!

♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la. ♪

( thumping and grunting )

So much destruction.

This reporter asks why.

Local consensus places the blame

on this negligent,

selfish driving instructor

who… oh!

♪ La, la, la, la,

la, la, la… ♪

Let’s… not… use that take.

That’s preposterous.

He did the extra credit.

( laughs nervously )

There’s no need to worry.

He doesn’t even have

a boat to drive.

Now to go home and have

the rest of that pasta.

( chuckles )

Aah!

ALL:

Surprise!

To the greatest

teacher ever!

Thank you,

Mrs. Puff.

I know I speak

for everyone

when I say that

we consider you

a member of

the SquarePants family.

( kissing )

I think you’ve made

your point, dear.

Ahem.

Mrs. Puff, we were

starting to think

SpongeBob was

never going to

get his license.

But you never

gave up on him.

You never quit.

You never took

the easy way out.

Well, I, uh… okay.

We wanted to make sure

Mrs. Puff--

the greatest driving

teacher in the world--

was here to see this.

See what?

Ta-da!

“I-M R-DY.”

BOTH:

A brand new boatmobile?!

For me…?

Oh…

Don’t worry, Mrs. Puff.

He’ll be driving by tomorrow!

Toodle-oo!

What have I done?

Everyone will know

that I let him slide

through school.

I’ll have to move

to a new city

start a new boating school

with a new name.

No… not again.

I’ve got to end this thing

before it begins.

( crickets chirping )

You took quite

a buster there, son.

What I learned

in boating school today is…!

We’re going to have to

hold off

on the driving there

for a while, son.

That’s right, honey.

Now, just stay in bed.

And no going

near the boat.

( door closes )

Hi, Boaty.

( squeaks )

( gasps )

Boaty, you’re cold!

Take my socks.

Oh, Boaty, I’m always

going to take care of you.

You’re the best boat

in the deep blue sea.

( kisses )

( sighs )

( rattling )

I hope I still remember

how to do this.

Yeah…

( starts engine )

( SpongeBob snoring )

Hey, I’m driving!

( both scream )

( grunting )

Who are you and what

are you doing in my boat?

And why are you wearing

that ski mask?!

Because you’re not skiing!

Oh, my gosh, I know who you are!

No, you don’t!

You don’t know who I am.

Yes, I do!

I know that you’re…

a boatjacker!

I never thought I’d have to

use this pepper spray.

( screams )

Somebody help me!

Somebody help me…!

Sorry, SpongeBob, but

it was for your own good.

( panting )

Give me back my boat!

( panting )

Ay… yi… yi…!

You’d better stop this boat!

( grunts )

I’m… not… letting… go!

Nothing will stop me!

Not even… ( gasps )

Giant clams?!

( snapping and yelling )

I’m… not… letting go…

even for… ( gasps )

Cheese graters?! No!

Ouch… no… no… no…

ow… oh… oh…

If… you think I’ll let go

for a little…

Educational television?!

Oh, no!

( screams )

Looks like that

got rid of him.

Now for some tunes.

( static )

And now back to KRUD

with all of your personal

“You won’t get away with

stealing my car!” hits.

( screaming )

( grunting,

tires squealing )

Hey, look.

( engine revs )

( both screaming )

Oof, oof…

Argh!

I’d never let you

have this boat.

Not even if you were…

( gasps )

Mrs. Puff?

( flapping lips )

( engine revs )

( siren wails )

So, how’s it going, Mrs. Puff?

Uh, SpongeBob.

I’d like to… apologize.

I shouldn’t have passed you.

You really weren’t ready.

So, I guess I got to give

my license back, huh?

I hear Mrs. Flounder is starting

a new class Monday morning.

You kidding? You’re the only

teacher for this student.

And besides, the warden says

she’ll let you go early

if you do her a favor.

What’s that?

Free driving lessons!

( laughing )

Episode Transcript: Sailor Mouth (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (9/21/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

Sailor

Mouth

♪ Oh, watch out, trigger,

she’s a proper ju-ber-ju ♪

storyboard directors

Walt Dohrn

Paul Tibbitt

storyboard artists

Carson Kugler

William Reiss

Erik Wiese

♪ On a passage

from the Dogger Bank ♪

written by

Walt Dohrn

Paul Tibbitt

Merriwether Williams

♪ To Great Grimsby. ♪

animation director

Andrew Overtoom

creative director

Derek Drymon

( Krabs sighs )

Well, it’s the worst time

of the day once again.

( sadly ):

Closing time.

Well, see you

in the a.m., Mr. Krabs.

Hold on there,

SpongeBob.

Take that pile

of filth out with you.

( gasps )

Mr. Krabs

you shouldn’t talk

about Squidward like that.

He means this filth, you loon.

♪ Mm, taking out the trash,

taking out the trash. ♪

Hmm, dumpster writing!

The voice of the people.

“Up with bubbles,

down with air.”

( laughs )

“Nematodes are people, too.”

Ha, those nematodes.

Here’s one somebody

didn’t finish:

“Squidward smells.”

“Good.”

( laughs )

Hmm, what’s this one?

“Krabs is a…”

Hmm?

“Krabs is a…”

( dolphin chirps )

Do you kiss

your mother

with that mouth?

Well, sometimes,

but not… recently.

PATRICK:

Hi, garbage man.

Hi, SpongeBob.

Hi, Patrick.

Hey, Patrick,

do you know

what this

word means?

( slowly ):

“Krabs…”

Uh, isn’t that

the red, sweaty guy

you work for?

SPONGEBOB:

Nuh-uh, not

that word.

That word.

( dolphin chirps )

Hey!

I think I know

what that means.

That’s one of those

sentence enhancers.

Sentence enhancers?

You use them

when you want

to talk fancy.

You just sprinkle it

over anything you say

and wham-o!

You got yourself

a spicy sentence

sandwich.

Oh, I get it.

Let me try.

( clears throat )

Hello, Patrick.

Lovely ( dolphin chirps )

day we’re having

isn’t it?

Why, yes, it

is, SpongeBob.

This ( dolphin

chirps ) day

is particularly

( dolphin chirps )

Lovely.

How ( dolphin chirps )

right you are, Patrick.

( dolphin chirps )

( dolphin chirps )

( dolphin chirps )

Ooh, you’re right, Patrick.

My lips are tingling from the

spiciness of this conversation.

Ooh-hoo, mine, too.

( spluttering and laughing )

( both laughing )

It tingles

when I laugh.

( whistling )

Hello, customers.

Nice ( dolphin chirps ) day

we’re having, huh?

( gasps )

Did he just say…

Aye, he did.

Hey, Patrick, how

the ( dolphin chirps )

are you?

Pretty ( dolphin chirps )

good, SpongeBob.

I thought this was a restaurant,

not a gutter-mouth convention.

( feedback )

Attention, customers.

( over intercom ):

Today’s special

is a ( dolphin chirps )

crabby pattie

served in a greasy

( dolphin chirps ) sauce

and grilled to ( dolphin

chirps ) perfection.

And, don’t forget to ask us

to ( dolphin chirps )

the ( dolphin chirps ) fries.

It’ll be our ( dolphin chirps )

pleasure.

Hi, Squidward.

How the ( dolphin chirps )

are you?

Nice ( dolphin

chirps ) day

isn’t it,

Squidward?

I don’t understand.

That guy’s talented.

He doesn’t have

to work blue.

Let’s go somewhere

more family oriented.

( customers

complaining angrily )

MAXimuM

CAPaciTY

350

( siren wails )

Huh?

( gasps )

The Krusty Krab!

She’s empty!

All hands on deck!

Batten the

front doors!

Brace the cash

Register!

Break out

the happy snacks!

Squidward!

Where have all me

beautiful paying

customers gone?

Apparently the

two barnacle-

mouth brothers

just learned

a new word

and SpongeBob

just said it

over the intercom.

Well, what was it?

What did he say?

Uh, he said, uh, well,

he said…

( whispering )

Huh?

( whispering )

( gasps )

SpongeBob

and friend!

Front and center!

Why, I ought to make

the two of you paint

the Krusty Krab

for using

such language!

But, Mr. Krabs

we were only using

our sentence enhancers.

Yeah, it’s fancy talk.

There ain’t nothing fancy

about that word!

You mean,

( dolphin chirps )?

Yes, that one!

Now, quit

saying that.

It’s a bad word.

BOTH:

Bad word?!

( moaning )

Yes, siree.

That’s bad word number 11.

In fact, there are 13 bad words

you should

never use.

Don’t you mean

there are

only seven?

Not if you’re

a sailor.

( chuckles )

Wow, 13.

That’s a lot of

( dolphin chirps )

bad words.

Okay, boys, I want you

to promise me

you’ll never use

that word again.

We promise. We promise.

SPONGEBOB:

Gee, I am sure glad

Mr. Krabs told us

that word we

were using was

a bad word.

Yeah, me, too

because classy sophisticates

like us

should not stain our lips

with cursing.

Yea, verily.

Now let’s play

a nice, wholesome game

of Eels

and Escalators.

Oh, boy, my favorite!

Come on, Gary needs

a new pair of shoes.

Ooh, eels.

Too bad, SpongeBob.

You got to ride the eel.

Darn.

My turn!

Hooray!

Escalators!

( laughs heartily )

Up, up, up!

Come on, escalators,

escalators, escalators.

( sighs )

Eels again.

My turn!

Escalators!

Escalators, escalators,

escalators.

Eels?!

Es-kee-lators!

Well, this is

your last chance, SpongeBob.

Oh, if you get

eels again, you lose.

Ooh…

escalators, escalators,

escalators!

Ha! Escalators!

Eels.

Bah!

( dolphin chirps )

Ohhhhh.

You said number 11.

I-I-I didn’t mean…

You got to

understand, Patrick.

I was trying…

What I meant

to say…

Some things

just slip out.

You got to

understand.

Don’t worry,

SpongeBob.

I understand.

Mr. Krabs!

Mr. Krabs! Mr. Krabs!

Patrick!

Patrick, no!

Please don’t tell.

But you said

( dolphin chirps ).

Aha!

Now I’m going to tell

Mr. Krabs on you!

Not if I tell first!

I can run faster

than you.

( laughs )

See you at

the Krusty Krab!

( laughs )

Oh, no!

( laughs )

Mr. Krabs, Mr. Krabs, Mr. Krabs!

What, what, what?

Patrick, Patrick, Patrick!

Yes, yes, yes?

He said,

he said…

Out with it, boy!

We were playing

Eels and Escalators

and he was going up,

and I rode the eel.

Then we ran, and Patrick

said some things.

What things?

Well, he said…

Yes?

Well, he said

a certain word

that you said

he shouldn’t say

and this particular

word happens to be

word number 11

in a list of 13 words

that you said shouldn’t

be said.

Uh, right.

What was that part

about the, uh…

who now?

Mr. Krabs, Mr. Krabs, Mr. Krabs!

( sighs )

BOTH:

He said that word

you said

he shouldn’t!

( both yelling )

Now I’m going to let go

of your lips

and when I do, I want you

to calmly tell me

what youse need to tell me,

understand?

Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm.

BOTH:

He said ( dolphin chirps ).

( gasps )

Do my ears deceive me?

You two should be ashamed!

Time to take out

the trash.

You two need to be

taught a lesson.

I thought I made it clear.

Never-- and I mean never--

use number 11

or any of the 13 bad words.

Now, the both of youse

wait right here.

I’ll be back.

What’s going

to happen to us?

We’ll probably get 40 lashes.

Oh, no!

I’m sorry, Patrick.

Mr. Krabs

is right.

There’s no need

for words like that.

I’m sorry, too,

SpongeBob.

Let’s make

a vow, Patrick.

From this day forth

a foul word shall

never pass our lips.

We will be

good citizens

just like good old

Mr. Krabs.

Agreed.

KRABS:

All right, you

two foul mouths.

As punishment for fouling

the air in me restaurant

with your foul words

you’re going to give

the Krusty Krab

a fresh coat of paint

from top to bottom.

Woo! Wow! Oh!

Whoa!

My ( dolphin chirps ) foot!

What ( dolphin chirps ) genius

put a ( dolphin chirps ) rock

in a path!

I got a ( horn honks )

foot here!

Oh

( seal

barks )!

( horn

beeps )

( seagull

caws )

…Five, six…

…Side of ( dolphin chirps )

and a helping of ( honk )...

Nine.

Aw, ( seal barks )

( seagull caws ) grabbin’...

( foghorn

blows )

That’s all 13, Patrick.

( gasps )

We’re going to tell

your mom, Mr. Krabs.

No, please!

Not my mommy!

Wait!

Please don’t tell

me mother!

I don’t think

her little old

heart can take it!

BOTH:

Mama Krabs! Mama Krabs!

Well, hello there.

Mama Krabs, he said

( dolphin chirps )

and then he said

( dolphin chirps ) again

and he said

( seal barks )

and then he screamed

( foghorn blows )

and he ( airhorn

honks ) Mrs. Krabs.

He didn’t care.

Such a stream of

( seagull caws )

( foghorn blasts,

bell dings )

I have never heard

in my days.

Oh, dear.

My poor, old heart.

( gasps )

Oh, dear mother.

What have these

foul-mouth heathens

done to you?

You two should be

ashamed.

Making an old lady faint

with your sailor talk.

You should all

be ashamed.

And if you’re going

to talk like sailors

then you’re going

to work like sailors.

I guess you scalawags

have earned a glass of lemonade.

( laughs, imitating Popeye )

Yee-ow!

My ( horn blasts ) foot!

( gasps ) ( gasps )

Mother!

What?

It’s old man Jenkins

and his jalopy.

( horn blasts )

Howdy, Mrs. K.!

( laughing as horn blasts )

Episode Transcript: No Weenies Allowed (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (3/15/2002) [Closed Captioning][]

NO

WEENiES

ALLOWED

storyboard directors

Paul Tibbitt

Kent Osborne

storyboard artists

Carson Kugler

Caleb Meurer

William Reiss

written by

Paul Tibbitt

Kent Osborne

Merriwether Williams

animation director

Andrew Overtoom

creative director

Derek Drymon

NARRATOR:

Ah, Goo Lagoon, a luxurious

oasis of sand and sea.

SANDY:

Shoot, SpongeBob

how can we

go swimming

when you’re

in a shirt & tie?

Ah, yes, how foolish of me.

( cackles )

Allow me to remedy

said situation right now.

I will just use

this changing tent here

to change into my bathing suit.

And I won’t do anything else.

SpongeBob’s acting jumpier

than a rattlesnake

in a pickle barrel.

Wait… what?

( laughing )

Oh, I’ll be changing all right

but not into a bathing suit.

Wait until Sandy sees

that I brought my karate gear!

Hi-yah!

Hi… yah!

Sandy won’t beat me this time

because I’ve got the element

on my side.

The element of surprise.

Hi-yah!

SANDY:

SpongeBob,

are you okay?

Yes, Sandy,

I most certainly am ready!

( softly ):

Ready to get it on.

Hi…

Hi-yah!

Look, SpongeBob

we both brought our karate gear.

( muffled laughing )

Great minds

think alike, I suppose.

Hi-yah!

I may be down, but I’m not out!

Way to go, buddy.

It took us

three days

to make that

potato salad.

Three days!

Hi-yah!

Sandy?

( muffled ):

Oh, I’m Sandy all right…

I’m very Sandy.

Hi-yah!

Oh, I get it.

She’s “Sandy.”

That’s her name and she’s

also covered in… yes.

Back in Texas,

we call ice cream

“frozen cow juice.”

Excuse me for a sec.

Hi… yah!

Thank you.

No, no, thank you.

Hi-yah!

( growling )

Who threw that

piece of paper at me?

( stammering )

( whistling )

SANDY:

Hey, what’s

everyone

waiting

in line for?

Ahoy, fair lass, it be the line

to get into the Salty Spitoon

the roughest,

toughest,

sailor club

ever to be built

under the seven seas.

Only the baddest of the bad

can get in.

You need to have muscles.

( muscles popping )

You need to have muscles

on your muscles.

( popping )

You need to have muscles

on your eyeballs.

( straining )

Ew.

( creature screaming )

( loud thud )

Looks like a rip-snortin’

good time, SpongeBob.

Yeah, let’s go in.

Go ahead.

Welcome to

the Salty Spitoon.

How tough are ya?

How tough am I?

How tough am I?

I had a bowl of nails

for breakfast this morning.

Yeah, so?

Without any milk.

Uh, right this way.

Sorry to keep

you waiting.

Welcome to

the Salty Spitoon.

How tough are ya?

How tough am I?

( screams )

SPONGEBOB:

Wow.

Got any more

tattoos?

Uh, that won’t

be necessary.

Go ahead.

Thanks!

See ya inside,

SpongeBob.

How tough are ya?

How tough am I?

You got a new bottle

of ketchup?

Sure.

It’s on!

( straining )

( panting )

( straining and shouting )

If I could just run this

under some hot water…

Get outta here.

This place is too tough

for you, little man.

Too tough for me?

That’s downright ridiculous.

I’ll have you know

I stubbed my toe last week

while watering my spice garden

and I only cried for 20 minutes.

Listen, kid, I think

you’d be more comfortable

over at that place.

SPONGEBOB:

Weenie Hut Jr.’s?

Are you saying I belong

at Weenie Hut Jr.’s?

Oh, no, sorry.

I was actually

pointing to the place

next to it.

SPONGEBOB:

Super Weenie Hut Jr.’s?

Yeah.

Unless you think you’re

tough enough to fight me.

( slurping straw )

FISH:

How’s your collection

coming along?

Well I don’t

mean to brag

but it’s

pretty sweet.

I’m in the process

of acquiring issue 347

which will give me

my fourth set.

No!

( snorts )

What weenies.

Oh, brother.

( robotic voice ):

Would you care

for another diet cola

with a lemon twist,

Weenie?

What?!

But I’m not a weenie!

( machinery whirring )

I’m sorry, sir,

but my sensors indicate

that you are

indeed a weenie.

( computer beeps )

That’s impossible!

You can’t hide

what’s inside.

( panting )

I demand entrance

into your club

on the grounds

that I am not a weenie!

Hey, Reg,

how’s it going?

You were saying?

Go ahead, buddy.

Thanks, Reg.

So, your name’s Reg?

Would you get outta here?

Mark my words, Reg!

I will get into

the Salty Spitoon!

I will!

FISH:

Couldn’t

get in, huh?

What you need is

a tough hairdo.

No one gets

into the double-S

without a tough

hairdo.

I disagree--

I saw a guy

going in there

and he was bald.

I saw that guy.

He wasn’t bald.

He had a shaved head.

Shaved--

that’s a hairdo.

Case closed.

Hey, where’d he go?

I believe

he said something

about going to

the wig store.

Ha-ha!

Check and mate!

What’s shaking,

my man?

Not much.

Say, haven’t I seen you before?

Doubt it-- I’m a drifter--

just blew into town.

Heard your club

was pretty tough.

Thought I’d check it out.

Nice try, kid.

I know it’s you.

What are you

talking about?

Aha!

Hey everybody,

what’s going on?

Ah, you can go in.

Sorry about that.

And what do you want?

I’d like to gain entrance

to your club, please.

I believe my hairdo is in order.

( laughs nervously )

So where do you stand

on the whole

bald vs. shaved debate?

Hey-ya, Reg.

All right,

now it’s a party.

Oh, yeah, check out

the new ink.

Thanks.

Hey, look what I can make it do.

( chuckling ):

Yeah!

Hey, what about

that one?

Huh, you know, I don’t

remember getting this one.

Can you make it

dance?

Oh, here, let me try.

( straining )

Hot-cha, cha-cha,

hot-cha, cha-cha.

Cha-ditty-

cha-ditty-cha!

Hmm, wait a minute.

Go ahead in.

Yeah, sure, Reg.

Thanks.

Nice try, little man.

Hey, I was in front of you!

No, you weren’t!

Are you callin’ me a liar?

I ain’t callin’ you

for dinner!

( grunting and shouting )

( SpongeBob screaming )

( grunting and shouting )

Hold it, you two--

that’s enough.

You’re both

plenty tough.

Go ahead in.

All right.

Thanks, Reg.

Hey, what about me?

I was in that scrap.

( chortles ):

I saw you running.

When you get

in a real fight,

then we’ll talk.

Well then, I guess it’s time

To take it up a notch.

( punches whooshing )

( knuckles cracking )

( loud crack )

( crackling )

( bawling )

( whimpering )

Care for another

sundae, weenie?

I am not a weenie!

Relax, you’re

among friends.

My friends don’t hang out

at Weenie Hut Jr.’s.

You tell ‘em,

SpongeBob.

Patrick, what are

you doing here?

I’m always here on

Double-Weenie Wednesday.

Actually,

they moved

Double-Weenie

Wednesday

to Friday.

Besides,

today’s Monday.

Oh, so it’s

Mega-Weenie Monday?

That’s now

on Sunday.

Barnacles!

Super Weenie

Hut Jr.’s

has a Mega-Weenie

Monday.

No, you’re

thinking

of Monster-

Weenie Monday.

I don’t have time for this!

I’ve gotta go pick a fight

with a muscular stranger.

It’s the only way of getting

into the Salty Spitoon.

No, SpongeBob,

you can’t.

It’s too dangerous.

I’ve got no choice.

I have a suggestion.

Why not fake a fight?

Hey, that’s not

a bad idea!

You can call me

a couple of bad names

We rumble,

next thing you know

you’re in

the Salty Spitoon.

Well, I guess I’ve

got nothing to lose.

Let’s do it!

Yeah!

Hey, how come

you never

help us with

our problems?

I am a robot,

not a miracle worker.

Afternoon, Reg.

Whoa, whoa, little man.

You still can’t go in.

Well, that makes me

pretty mad.

Oh, yeah?

Yeah.

I might have to beat someone up

just to get rid

of all this blind fury.

( sarcastically ):

Wow.

I feel pretty sorry for the

next guy who looks at me funny.

Hmm… what about

that guy?

( gasping and

stammering )

I…( laughing )

don’t be silly.

He’s not bothering

anybody.

I mean, not like…

that guy!

Who, me?

Yeah, you.

Standing there all

smiling and whatnot.

Somebody ought to teach

you some manners.

Okay, but I must

warn you.

I happen to be a world

championship… uh…

“kick… box… er.”

I don’t care if you’re

the demon seed

of Davey Jones!

You’re going down, Tubby!

Tubby?

( growling )

Nobody calls me Tubby!

Wait, Patrick.

You’re supposed to

let me win, remember?

Oh, yeah.

( invisible punches flying )

No, please wait!

( grunting )

( screaming )

No, please, have mercy.

( screaming )

REG:

Wow!

You destroyed

that guy

without even

touching him!

I did?

I never thought

I’d say this

but…

go ahead in.

Really?

I can go in?

Oh, my gosh, I never thought

this moment would come!

I, SpongeBob SquarePants

am tough enough to get

into the Salty Spitoon!

This is the happiest day

of my life!

( siren wailing )

Sandy?

( groans )

What happened?

You ran inside and

slipped on an ice cube.

What happened?

I slipped on an ice cube

and got covered in boo-boos.

Boo-boos, eh?

I think you guys

want that hospital.

SPONGEBOB:

Weenie Hut General?!

Episode Transcript: Jellyfish Jam (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (8/28/1999) [Closed Captioning][]

JELLYFiSH

JAM

storyboard director

Ennio Torresan, Jr.

storyboard artist

Erik Wiese

written by

Ennio Torresan, Jr.

Erik Wiese

Peter Burns

animation director

Fred Miller

creative director

Derek Drymon

Ah, jellyfish fields.

Here we find SpongeBob

once again

stalking the wild jellyfish.

SpongeBob?

Hello? SpongeBob?

Hmm-- he’s supposed

to be here somewhere.

Aha!

( jellyfish buzzing like a bee )

Safety first.

Aha!

I finally got you.

( splatting )

( jellyfish moos )

( buzzing )

( with French accent ):

Ah, there is nothing better

than the taste

of natural jelly

from a jellyfish.

See you later!

Oh… oh, my glasses.

Thanks, little guy.

Bye.

I can’t play anymore, jellyfish.

I got to get home.

No, you can’t come home with me.

( steps squeaking

like SpongeBob’s )

Jellyfish,

you’ve got to stay here.

( buzzing )

Hey!

Stay!

Stay…

( jellyfish giggling )

Jellyfish, for the last time,

you cannot come home with me!

Aw, what the heck.

Squidward, hey, Squidward!

Squidward!

Squidwardiard!

Squidward, look at my new pet.

That’s no pet.

That’s a wild animal.

No, he isn’t.

Watch this.

Fetch.

How many fingers

am I holding up?

( hums deeply

three times )

Play dead.

( bell tolls )

I wouldn’t let that thing

in my house

even if it was potty-trained.

( humming casually )

I didn’t need to see that.

Well, we’re going

to my house

to have a little fun.

How can you possibly have fun

with a jellyfish?!

( techno music

with heavy bass playing )

♪ Hey! ♪

♪ Hey! ♪

♪ Hey! ♪

♪ Hey! ♪

♪ Hey! ♪

♪ Hey! ♪

♪ Hey! ♪

( techno music

continues blasting )

SpongeBob is the only guy I know

that can have fun

with a jellyfish…

for 12 hours!

Ugh… wow!

You sure like to dance.

Well, that’s enough for tonight.

It’s time to go to bed.

( jellyfish buzzing )

( music blasting )

Huh?

You’ve got it all wrong,

little fellow.

( music starts again )

Bed!

Repeat after me: “bed.”

( buzzing )

We’ll just keep you right here.

( meows )

Quit worrying, Gary.

He’ll be just fine.

Good night, everybody.

( snoring )

( droning loudly )

( snoring )

( meows )

( buzzing gibberish )

( meows )

( giggling )

( meows )

( rooster crows )

Mmm… good morning, Gary.

Good morning, jellyfish.

Jellyfish?

Jellyfish?

Here, jellyfish!

Oh, jelly!

( meows wetly )

Oh, jellyf…

( yelling )

( techno music playing )

Where’d you all come from?

Okay, that’s it.

Party is over!

You guys have overstayed

your welcome.

This music is way too loud.

( screams )

Very funny.

I’m serious.

( rumbling and crackling )

( grumbling )

18 hours!

I’m going to give that

SpongeBob a piece of my mind.

( phone ringing )

( garbled ):

Hello.

SpongeBob,

listen to me

you square-headed

assault on my ears.

I’ve had enough of this!

Strawberry.

Two can play at this.

( inhales deeply )

Come on, guys.

Enough is enough.

Huh?

( clarinet playing squeaky

version of “Row Your Boat” )

( screams )

Hey, take it easy! Ow!

Okay, I’ll talk to him.

Squidward,

would it be possible

to play your clarinet

a little… better?

I don’t think

the jellyfish like it.

The jellyfish don’t like…

Wha… why sure, pal,

I can play better.

Okay, he said he’ll play better.

( Squidward inhales deeply )

( playing loud, blaring note )

Uh-oh, that’s not better.

Hey, take it easy with that!

( playing gurgly rendition

of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” )

( clarinet squeaks )

SQUIDWARD:

Uh, wait.

I can turn it down.

( Squidward yelling,

electricity crackling )

( knocking )

Everybody’s a critic.

You won’t be hearing

from me anymore.

Hey, now, that wasn’t nice.

( boat horn blows )

Okay, that is it!

Everybody out!

( groaning )

( groaning again )

( music stops )

( gulps )

( buzzing )

Uh, wait… hold on.

Uh, wait.

Ow, ow…

Ow, ow, ow…

( yelling )

( electricity crackling )

( yelling )

Come on, Gary.

( deep rumbling )

Gary, you were right.

Thanks for not rubbing it in.

( buzzing loudly )

( teeth chattering )

( clicking )

Huh?

They stopped?

( clicking )

Gary, don’t stop shaking it!

( jellyfish humming peacefully )

( gurgling in tempo )

( rattling in tempo )

( clicking in tempo )

( playing bass riff )

( singing )

( slide guitar playing )

( trumpets join in )

( clicking )

( everybody strumming,

clicking, rattling or singing )

Today SpongeBob has learned one

of the sea’s harshest lessons:

wild animals can throw

very wild parties.

( screeching with pain )

Ooh, I felt that.

Episode Transcript: The Algae’s Always Greener (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (3/22/2002) [Closed Captioning][]

The ALGAE’s

ALwAYS

GREENER

storyboard director

Aaron Springer

storyboard artist

C.H. Greenblatt

written by

Aaron Springer

C.H. Greenblatt

Merriwether Williams

animation director

Frank Weiss

creative director

Derek Drymon

T  H  E

K  R  u  S  T  y

K  R  a  B

Oh!

Pardon me, young lady.

What a fox.

C O N D i M E N T

I  S L  A  N  D

( sinister laughter )

Ooh!

( laughing )

You’re all mine,

you sweet Krabby Patty.

( chuckling ):

Ooh, whoo!

( sinister laughter )

( alarm blaring )

Initiating launch sequence.

Krabby Patty, here I come!

Eh, I hope I don’t miss again.

( squirts )

Reunited, and it’s going

to feel so good!

( laughing )

( engine racing )

( yells )

Oh, ho, ho, sweet wampum.

M R .KRA BS

( ricocheting clanks )

Huh?! What’s that?!

Squidward, where are you?!

Shield me with your forehead!

So…

it was just another failed

Krabby Patty theft attempt

by my arch-competitor,

Plankton.

( deep laughter )

M r .    KR A BS

For a second there,

I mistook you for a threat

but you’re just

a dirty, little man.

So long, shrimp!

( crash )

T H E

K R u S T y

K R a B

Curse you, Mr. Krabs!

C h U M

B u C k E  T

( clunk )

Ouch!

( yawns )

So, typical day of failure,

I see, huh, darling?

Oh, can it, computer wife.

Can’t you see I’m exhausted?

Why don’t you go

make yourself useful

and synthesize me up some grub?

Yes, Your Majesty.

What do we got here?

Oh, goodie!

Holographic meatloaf again.

When am I going to get

some real food?

Mr. Krabs gets to eat real food.

Just look at his daughter.

She’s as big as a whale.

I wish I could be successful

like Mr. Krabs.

I wish I could somehow

just switch lives with him

just to know what it’s like.

( gulping )

Then why don’t you just use

that Switch-Lives-Just-to-Know-

What-It’s-Like-O-Macrofier thing

you built last Tuesday?

( spitting )

What a brilliant idea!

Your parents

must have been, like

part computer or something.

Ah…

( electronic humming )

Now, let’s see here.

No.

No.

No.

Aha!

Well, I hate to leave you,

Karen

but you know what they say:

“a rolling stone gathers

no algae.”

( screaming )

( slurping )

Ah!

( screaming continues )

( groaning )

Oh, dear Neptune above!

What happened last night?

Huh?

What’s this?

“Mr. Plankton”?

M R .   P L  A  N  k  T  o  N

Who the davey…?

( crunching, murmuring )

Huh? I’m in the Krusty Krab.

And that means the life switcher

was a success!

The Krusty Krab is mine!

Corporate casual.

SPONGEBOB:

Order up!

Two deluxe

Krabby Patties.

( sizzling )

( pop )

At last!

( humming )

There you are, sir.

Two deluxe…

Ahoy, there,

Mr. Plankton.

Er, uh, hey, there,

uh, SpongeBob.

Uh, SpongeBob…

Yes, sir?

I’m going to need

to take one of these patties

back to my office

for, uh… bun inspection.

I’m afraid you

can’t do that

Mr. Plankton.

But why not?

Because that patty is

for the customer, sir.

The customer?

I’ll boil the customer

in hot oil

and I’ll rip out his…!

I mean, yes, of course,

for the lovely customer.

But you can

take these

patties, sir.

I made them

on the off chance

you decided to instigate

some bun inspection

today, Mr. Plankton, sir.

Uh, yes.

Uh, very nice.

Um, thanks.

( fast pattering feet )

( slams )

All mine!

It’s finally all mine!

The patties…

the wealth…

the notoriety…

B u s i n e s s

A w a r d

Plankton

of  The Krusty Krab

December   i s s u e

C l a m  $

Magazine

25¢

the… SpongeBob?

What do you want?

Well, it’s just that

it’s Tuesday again, sir

and I was wondering

if I could have my…

uh… my, uh…

weekly performance review.

Review?

Oh, yes,

please, sir, please!

But I’ve never reviewed

anything…

except for those foreign

exercise videos

my cousin sent me.

Oh, please, sir!

I want to make you

so happy and proud!

Ah, you’re doing fine.

Now leave me to my work.

Mmm…

But sir…

I thought I sent

you away, Cretan!

But sir, there’s got to be

something I need to improve on.

Anything!

All right, the sauce.

( gasps )

Wh…what?

The sauce, I don’t know.

You’re using

too much sauce, okay?

Review’s over.

( stammering )

What?

( stammering )

What’s the matter with you?

All I said was

a little too much sauce.

It’s no big deal, really.

( whimpering )

What do you want from me,

a promotion?

A pro… a promot…

a promotion?!

Uh, sure, kid,

you’re, uh…

you’re on register now.

( gasps )

Register?

Glad that’s over.

( kissing )

D A N C E

N O W !

SpongeBob, do you remember

that little talk we had

about personal space?

It’s okay, Squidward,

I’m official. Look!

C O - C A S H i E R

Co-cashier?!

So, have you two

known each other long?

( loud clang )

You can’t do this to me,

Mr. Plankton!

If you think I’m going

to stand out there all day

listening to…

( jabbering )

…then you must have coral

wedged in your frontal lobe!

So what do you want me to do

about it?

I’d like my view

to be a little less yellow

if you know what I mean.

( sizzling )

Hope you like gray.

Hey, Squidward, I can see you

through this little window.

( grunts )

Now, no more intrusions.

I’d like to begin writing

the memoirs of my success story.

So everyone just say the…

( pounding ):

Daddy!

Daddy! Daddy, Daddy,

Daddy, Daddy, Daddy!

( groaning )

Just tell Daddy

what you want!

Daddy!

He’s very busy!

Could I please have a, um…

an advance on my allowance?

If it’ll get you

out of my antennae.

( cash register bell dings )

Go crazy.

One dollar!

You hate me!

( crying )

( gasping )

( bombs dropping )

( yelling )

Ow!

You!

Me?

You think

this is funny?

In a cosmic sort of way, yes.

Well, Mr. Funny Man

is this how you get

your sick kicks?!

What? It’s just

an ordinary Krabby…

Oh, my goodness!

Squidward!

SPONGEBOB:

I tried,

Mr. Plankton.

I really did.

Oh, what now?

A customer ordered

A medium soda

and I gave him a large.

I gave him a large!

I’ve soiled

the good Krusty Krab name!

( repeating ):

Soiled it! Soiled it…!

I command you to stop that.

Stop that, and return

to your post!

Soiled it!

Soiled it…!

Where’s the off button

on this thing?

Okay, Daddy, I’ve decided

I’m going to run away.

Run away and find

a new daddy!

Make it stop!

( alarm blaring )

What, did I say the secret word?

No, sir.

He’s back.

Who’s back? What?

( whoosh )

What was that?!

Man your stations!

Red alert! Red alert!

Take cover!

( all yelling )

Take cover from what?!

He’s around here somewhere.

There he goes!

What? Who? Where?

Somebody tell me!

Some say he crawled out

from the lowest trench

in the ocean.

He’s the saltiest

of all of the sea dogs.

He’s the most hated creature

in Bikini Bottom.

And he’s finally got

a Krabby Patty!

( sinister laughter )

Krabs?! What the barnacle

is going on here?!

It’s your arch-competitor--

Krabs!

His goal in life

is to steal a Krabby Patty

and ruin our restaurant.

That’s terrible!

Yeah! But the worst part

of it is…

( pounding )

Good grief,

he’s naked!

( sinister laughter )

Clothe me if you can,

silly landlubbers!

( laughing )

I’m going to make you

eat those words, Krabs!

( laughter )

No, shirt, no shoes…

no service!

( machine-gun firing )

( pinging )

( laughing )

Huh?!

Ah, you got me!

Well, at least it’s underwire.

Here’s your stinking patty!

I don’t understand.

Is there a gas leak in here?

Knick-knack, the patty’s back.

You did it, Mr. Plankton.

Victory screech!

( howling )

( all howling )

Enjoy your victory screech,

Plankton

because someday the Krabby Patty

formula will be mine!

You’ll never get

this formula

you twisted fiend!

Oh, but I will!

Even if I have

to come back tomorrow

and the next day

and the next day

and the next day

and the next day

and the next day

and the next day

and the next day

and the next day

next day

and the next day

and the next day

and the next day…

Phone call,

Mr. Plankton.

the next day,

and the next day

and the next day

and the next day…

( screams )

( groans )

It’s not worth it!

It’s just not worth it!

Good-bye, everyone.

I’ll remember you all

in therapy.

( buzzing )

( moans )

Holographic meatloaf…

my favorite!

( humming )

( gulping )

C h U M

BUCk ET

( gulping and humming continue )

Episode Transcript: Shanghaied (SpongeBob Ending) (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (3/9/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

ShanghaieD

directed by

Aaron Springer

storyboard artist

C.H. Greenblatt

written by

Aaron Springer

C.H. Greenblatt

Merriwether Williams

animation director

Frank Weiss

creative director

Derek Drymon

( yawning )

Mmm, Kelpo…

KELPO

WiTH ONE

OF 8

ESSENTiAL

PRiZES

iNSiDE!

“With one of eight

essential prizes inside!”

( clang )

Holy Shrimp!

Squidward!

The sky had a baby

from my cereal box.

Squidward!

Squidward! The

sky had a baby!

That’s not a baby,

that’s a giant anchor.

Now, go away!

Hey, SpongeBob.

The sky had a baby.

I know.

What do you think

we should name it?

How about…?

Why don’t you two

go climb its anchor rope?

I’m sure it goes somewhere

far away.

( creaking and clanging )

Now look what you’ve done!

We didn’t do

it, Squidward.

Our hands are clean.

PATRICK:

Clean.

Well, I’m going to get

to the bottom of this thing.

SPONGEBOB:

Wouldn’t that

be the top?

SPONGEBOB:

Squid, wait! Wait!

PATRICK:

Squid!

A Few

Inches Later

Ship!

SpongeBob, how long

are you going to stay

in your little fantasy world?

SPONGEBOB:

No, look-- a giant ship.

Great, let’s go.

Now I can finally

give this anchor-dropper

a piece of my mind.

I don’t know, Squidward.

The ship has

a spooky green glow around it.

That’s probably because

its good-for-nothing owner

is too lazy to clean

or drop his anchors

in the right place.

Squid, wait!

All right, who owns this crate?

OWNER

Come on out.

I want to file a complaint.

( wind howling )

Doesn’t this place

seem familiar?

I don’t know-- why?

I don’t know. Doesn’t it

just kind of ring a bell?

( doorbell ringing )

Yes.

I know who owns

this boat.

I just can’t place

the name.

( Squidward knocking

on door )

PROPERTY

OF THE

FLYIN G

DUTCHMAN

( growling )

No, no, it’s not…

( repeats growling )

I am the Flying Dutchman.

That’s it!

This ship belongs

to the Red Baron.

Who be disturbing

the Flying Dutchman

in his own lair?

It’s Squidward.

He wants to complain to you.

( stammering ):

I-I-I…

No, I-I-I don’t.

Well, what about all that stuff

about him having a dirty ship

and being lazy and all?

( chuckling uneasily ):

I-I never said that.

Insulting a man’s ship be worse

than insulting his mother.

No, no, wait--

it was his mother

you said was dirty,

not his ship.

( screams )

Ow.

You’re next.

( both scream )

BOTH:

That was a close one.

Welcome back.

( both scream )

That was

a closer one.

Welcome back.

( both scream )

Hey, how come when they act up

all they get

is the welcome wagon?

If you ask me, it’s…

( screams )

So are you going

to try that again?

Probably.

( screams )

How about now?

Uh…

No, no,

they’re not.

( sighs )

( screams )

Now listen.

GHOST

RULE

BOOK

( clears throat )

“Whosoever sets foot

on the Flying Dutchman’s ship

“uninvited or otherwise

“shall become members

of his ghostly crew forever…

and, uh… ever.”

Will we be getting

business cards?

Silence! ( screams )

You’re part

of my crew now

and our job is

to sail around and

frighten people.

It’ll be grueling,

mind-numbing and repetitive.

Just like… daytime television.

Now, you listen,

here, mister.

If you think

I’m going to spend

more than five minutes

on this dumpster

then you’re crazy.

I mean, look at this place.

It’s disgusting.

Whoever told you

that hanging oil lamps

next to hardwood paneling

was a good idea…

Oh, now what? I suppose

you’re going to show me…

Oh, oh, gee, that’s very nice.

Oh, what is this,

some kind of magic act?

( screaming )

( ghoulish laughter )

( screaming continues )

( ghoulish laughter continues )

Would anyone else

like to enter the

Fly of Despair?

No, we know

our place now,

Mr. Dutchman.

We’ll do

anything you say.

Then for starters,

you can swab the deck.

( moaning spookily ):

Look, Patrick, a real,

live ghost mop.

And I got this hat.

Listen!

We’re heading down

to Bikini Bottom tonight

for a little haunting spree

so I want this ship

to look good and scary.

You mean you want it

to look good… and scary.

Well, I think

we could probably…

No, no, I think

he means he wants it

to look so good

that it’s scary.

Or maybe that

by looking so scary

you forget that

it doesn’t look good.

I don’t get it.

SPONGEBOB:

Look, it’s easy.

It simply means…

Never mind

what it means!

I just want it

to look scary!

That’s it!

You know, mold growing

on the ceilings

bugs in the sink.

So you don’t want it

to look good?

Get moving!

BOTH ( rapidly ):

♪ A sailor’s life is

a wonderful life… ♪

( ship’s bell clanging )

What a night be this.

Crew, howl with me

so that we might set

the seven seas

ablaze with fear!

( howls )

( bleats )

( yodels )

( howls )

( bleats )

( yodels )

( Patrick yodeling

and moaning )

( Patrick continues

yodeling )

( yodeling stops )

Eh, that’ll do.

Okay, square one.

Since pink one’s working

the navigation

it’s up to you to find

our first victim.

Here, use this spyglass.

Now, hurry up--

we’re burning moonlight.

Let’s see who we can find.

Captain, there’s a guy

we can scare.

( heavy metal music blaring )

( blows )

I had four biscuits,

and I ate one.

Then I only had three.

Ah… it does me heart good

to see children out

after dark.

Pink one, take us

behind those rocks.

Moving behind the rocks!

( ship creaking )

( grinding and crashing )

Keep going!

You’re good, you’re good.

You’re good.

And… stop.

Don’t worry, Cap’n.

We’ll buff out those scratches.

( sighs )

All right,

never mind it.

Just jump out

when I give the signal.

Boo! ( screams )

Prepare to be burdened

with the haunting memory

of my ghostly ghost pirates.

Was that the signal?

Okay, sorry, sorry.

Just do it again!

With the haunting memory

of my ghostly ghost pirates!

( moaning hauntingly )

( moaning ):

How does he do that?

( moaning )

Get back on the ship.

BOTH ( moaning ):

It’s still a mystery.

Those guys

are dorks.

Yes, but they’re my dorks.

SPONGEBOB:

You’re good,

you’re good.

You’re good.

( thunder crashing )

( cackling )

( bubbling )

Huh?

( makes gurgling sound )

SPONGEBOB:

You’re good,

you’re good.

You’re good.

( panting )

( fierce growling )

( crash and muffled moaning )

SPONGEBOB:

You’re good,

you’re good.

You’re good.

( teeth chattering )

( cackling )

( growling )

( upbeat music playing )

Why do you think

the Dutchman

asked us to wait

in our bunk room?

Maybe he’s going

to give us a reward.

Like movie passes?

Or an oversized

coffee mug!

( giggling happily )

I’ve been thinking.

Stop bouncing!

( giggling stops )

This whole “crew for eternity”

thing isn’t working out.

It’s not really you,

so much as it is me.

You’re setting us free?

Well, actually,

I’m just going to eat you.

See you at dinner.

( both scream )

Wait.

I have an idea.

Really? What is it?

Let’s leave.

But the door is locked.

And the only way out

is through the…

perfume department!

( elevator bells dinging

and people talking )

Let’s do it.

( gulps )

( panting )

( spritzing )

( gasping )

( spritzing )

( coughing and gasping )

( spritzing )

( groaning )

( spritzing )

( gagging )

( coughing )

( wheezing )

( both panting )

I always hate going

in there.

Yeah.

Wait, listen!

DUTCHMAN:

Dear Diary…

I’ve told them

I’m going to eat them tomorrow.

I made up some

of that brown sauce

my cousin showed me

just for the occasion.

Hah! It’s a good thing

I found my dining sock again.

Remember the last time

I lost me dining sock?

I couldn’t eat for a whole week.

Yes, sir, sometimes I wonder

how I’d survive.

If anything should

ever happen…

Ahh!

( panicked gasping )

Give me back my sock!

Everyone knows

I can’t eat without it!

Never!

Okay, then!

Uh, oh,

give it to me!

No!

Wait! You’re stretching

out the elastic!

It would seem

we have reached an impasse.

Pink one is right.

Tell you what--

you give me back the sock and

I’ll give you… three wishes.

Make it five.

Four.

Three.

Take it or leave it.

Okay, uh, three.

You get three wishes.

Wow! Three wishes, Pat.

Isn’t that great?!

Wishes? I wish

we had known that earlier.

( ticks )

Okay, you got

two wishes left.

Well, we still

have two more.

How exciting!

I wish Squidward were here

to see this.

( screaming )

Boy, I’m glad all that’s over.

Squidward, you’re back!

Guess what.

The Dutchman gave us

three wishes!

Patrick used the first one

and I guess I…

just used the second one.

Well, then the

last one you owe me

because you got me

back into this mess!

Wait, I think

it belongs to me!

( angry shouting )

That’s enough!

Using my mystic

otherworldly powers

I shall decide

who gets the last wish.

Eenie-meenie-minie-mo,

catch a sailor by the toe.

If he hollers, let him go.

My mother told me to pick

the very best one and…

Now, think, SpongeBob.

We’re about to get eaten.

What can you wish for

to make it

so we don’t get eaten?

Don’t worry, Squidward

I’ve got it

all figured out.

He won’t be able

to eat us

because I wish

that the Dutchman

was a vegetarian!

ALL:

Hooray!

We’re home!

You did it,

SpongeBob.

We’re safe!

But why have we

been turned into fruits?

Hey, I get a wish, too.

And fruits prevents scurvy.

( whistling )

( all screaming )

Hey, get back here with that!

I’ll get you!

( all yelling )

Episode Transcript: Shanghaied (Patrick Ending) (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (11/5/2002) [Closed Captioning][]

Episode Transcript: Shanghaied (Squidward Ending) (SpongeBob SquarePants) (transcript) (3/9/2001) [Closed Captioning][]

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STORYBOARD SUPERViSOR

Sherm Cohen

STORY EDiTOR

WRiTERS

Mr. Lawrence

Merriwether Williams

Derek Drymon

Stephen Hillenburg

Mr. Lawrence                           ………….. Realistic Fish Head (Narrator), TV officers (Cop #1), Incidental 39 (Balloon Salesman),

                                                                                                                                                               One Incidental 118 (Cop #1)

Dee Bradley Baker                                                          ……… Sneaky Hermit (possible debut) (Bad Crab), Incidental 107 (Guy),

                                                                                                                                                               Two Incidental 118 (Cop #2)

Bill Fagerbakke                                                                  ………… Shellnapping Victim (debut) (Victim), Patrick Star (character),

                                               Sandy Cheeks (character) (mentioned), Whale (mentioned), Sewage fish, Incidental 27 (Guy Fish)

Lori Alan ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… TV officers (Cop #2)

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

                                                                                                                                                      Mrs. Puff (character) (mentioned)

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

   Sheldon J. Plankton (character) (mentioned), Mrs. Puff (character) (mentioned), Squidward Tentacles (character) (mentioned),

                      Incidental 39 (Balloon Salesman), Gary the Snail (character) (mentioned), Sandy Cheeks (character) (mentioned),

                       Pearl Krabs (character) (mentioned), Eugene H. Krabs (character) (mentioned), Muscle guy (debut) (Muscle Guy)

Sara Paxton                                                                                                             ………………………. Incidental 103 (Little Kid)

Jill Talley ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Incidental 7 (Woman Fish)

Alan Smart ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. Muscle guy (debut) (person)

CASTiNG DiRECTOR

Donna Grillo Gonzales

CASTiNG AND MUSiC COORDiNATOR

Jennie Monica

EXECUTiVE ASSiSTANT

Elise McCollum

RECORDiNG SUPERViSOR

Krandal Crews

RECORDiNG ENGiNEER

Justin Brinsfield

EMR SUPERViSOR

Tony Ostyn

EMR EDiTOR

Brian Arnold

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 CLEANUP

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

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

PRODUCTiON COORDiNATORS

Megan Brown

June Tedesco

PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANTS

Marcy Lynn Dewey

Derek iversen

SHEET TiMER

Juli Murphy Hashiguchi

FiNAL CHECKER

Karen Shaffer

SENiOR DiRECTOR TECHNiCAL

SERViCES

John Powell

TECHNiCAL ENGiNEERiNG ASSiSTANT

Jim Leber

POST PRODUCTiON SUPERViSOR

Wendi McNeese

POST PRODUCTiON COORDiNATOR

Mishelle Smith

MACHiNE ROOM ENGiNEER

Michael Petak

POST PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANT

Jeff Adams

AViD 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

Sage Guyton

Jeremy Wakefield

Steven Belfer

Nicolas Carr

The Blue Hawaiians

Brad Carow

MUSiC CONTRiBUTiONS

Lovecat Music

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

Pacifica Sound Group

The Post Group

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

Lolee Aries

“PiCKLES”

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

Derek Drymon

Stephen Hillenburg

SCRiPT COORDiNATOR

Alex Gordon

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

     Incidental 62 (Fish #4), Incidental 60 (debut) (Fish #6), Incidental 69 (character) (debut) (Fish #5)

Clancy Brown                                                          ……………………… Incidental 31 (Customer #1),

                                      Eugene H. Krabs (character), Incidental 30 (Fish #1), Incidental 70 (Fish #3)

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

                                                                                               Incidental 65 (debut) (Burnt Shake Fish)

Dee Bradley Baker                                                                 ……………. Incidental 5 (Customer #2),

                                                                   Bubble Bass (debut), Incidental 71 (debut) (Customer #6)

Jill Talley                                                    ………………………. Incidental 63 (debut) (Customer #3),

                                                                                                                  Incidental 45 (Customer #4)

Mr. Lawrence ……………………………………………….. Incidental 64 (debut) (Sheldon J. Plankton)

CASTiNG DiRECTOR

Donna Grillo

SCRiPT AND 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

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

SHEET TiMERS

Andrew Overtoom

Juli Murphy Hashiguchi

FiNAL CHECKER

Karen Shaffer

PRODUCTiON COORDiNATORS

Megan Brown

June Tedesco

PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANTS

Marcy Dewey

Derek iversen

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

Sage Guyton

Jeremy Wakefield

MUSiCAL CONTRiBUTiONS

Lovecat Music

SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS

THEME SONG

LYRiCS BY

Stephen Hillenburg

Derek Drymon

COMPOSED BY

Hank Smith Music

PERFORMED BY

Pat Pinney

ON-LiNE EDiTORS

Kip Gibson

Dan Aguliar

DAViNCi COLORiST

Dexter P.

POST PRODUCTiON SERViCES

Anderson Video

Encore Video

Todd AO-Hollywood Digital

ANiMATiON SERViCES

Rough Draft Studios, Korea

OVERSEAS SUPERViSOR

Doug Williams

LiVE ACTiON iSLAND FOOTAGE BY

Bad Clams Productions, inc.

Sample Corporation

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

“NO FREE RiDES”

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

Mr. Lawrence

Merriwether Williams

Mark O’Hare

Derek Drymon

Stephen Hillenburg

Tom Kenny                                                ………………… French Narrator (character) (physically shown),

                                               SpongeBob SquarePants (character), Jellyfish (drawn), Dream SpongeBob,

                                                        Harold SquarePants (character) (Dad), Boaty (No Free Rides) (debut),

                                                                                                             Bikini Bottom jail warden (mentioned)

Mary Jo Catlett                                                                                 …………………… Mrs. Puff (character),

                                                                                                  King Neptune (mentioned), Dream Mrs. Puff,

             Daydream Incidental 47 (Woman), Shark (in a picture), Balloon giraffe, Mrs. Flounder (mentioned),

                                                                                      Incidental 118D (Cop) (debut), Prison guards (debut)

Dee Bradley Baker      ………… Daydream Incidental 40 (Fish #1), Daydream Incidental 41 (Nat Peterson),

                                        Daydream Incidental 73 (named Harris) (Paco), Daydream Incidental 23 (Charlie),

                                        Daydream Realistic Fish Head (debut in episodes) (Reporter), Giant clam (Clam),

                                                                                             Two Incidental 118s (Cop #2), Incidental 6 (Tom)

Rodger Bumpass ………………………………………………………………. Daydream Incidental 42 (Fish #3)

Mr. Lawrence                                               ………………………… Daydream Incidental 9 (green) (Fish #2),

                        Daydream Realistic Fish Head (debut in episodes) (Reporter), Two Incidental 118s (Cop #1)

Lori Alan ……………………………………………………………………….. Daydream Incidental 8 (Lady Fish)

Sirena irwin                                        ………………………………. Margaret SquarePants (character) (Mom),

                                                                                                   Prison guards (debut), Incidental 45 (Shubie)

Bill Fagerbakke …………………. Incidental 1B (pictured) (Fred (character)), Billboard fish (Fred (character))

CASTiNG DiRECTOR

Donna Grillo Gonzales

CASTiNG AND MUSiC COORDiNATOR

Jennie Monica

EXECUTiVE ASSiSTANT

Elise McCollum

RECORDiNG SUPERViSOR

Krandal Crews

RECORDiNG ENGiNEER

Justin Brinsfield

PRODUCTiON AUDiO SUPERViSOR

Tony Ostyn

EMR EDiTOR

Brian Arnold

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 CLEANUP

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

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

PRODUCTiON COORDiNATORS

June Tedesco

Megan Brown

PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANTS

Marcy Lynn Dewey

Derek iversen

SHEET TiMERS

Juli Murphy Hashiguchi

Ken Bruce

FiNAL CHECKER

Karen Shaffer

SENiOR DiRECTOR TECHNiCAL SERViCES

John Powell

TECHNiCAL ENGiNEERiNG ASSiSTANT

Jim Leber

POST PRODUCTiON SUPERViSOR

Wendi McNeese

Eric Weyenberg

POST PRODUCTiON COORDiNATOR

Mishelle Smith

MACHiNE ROOM ENGiNEER

Michael Petak

POST PRODUCTiON ASSiSTANT

Jeff Adams

AViD EDiTOR

Lynn Hobson

PiCTURE EDiTOR

Lynn Hobson

POST PRODUCTiON SOUND

SUPERViSOR AND MiXER

Timothy J. BorQuez

SOUND FX DESiGNER AND EDiTORS

Jeff Hutchins

Jeffrey Hutchins

SOUND EDiTOR

Gabriel Rosas

RE-RECORDiNG MiXERS

Eric Freeman

Roy Braverman

FOLEY ARTiST

Monette Holderer

MUSiC EDiTOR

Nicolas Carr

MUSiC COMPOSED BY

Sage Guyton

Jeremy Wakefield

Steven Belfer

Nicolas Carr

The Blue Hawaiians

Brad Carow

MUSiC CONTRiBUTiONS

Lovecat Music

SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS

THEME SONG

LYRiCS BY

Stephen Hillenburg

Derek Drymon

COMPOSED BY

Hank Smith Music

PERFORMED BY

Pat Pinney

ON-LiNE EDiTORS

Dan Aguilar

Dan Aguliar

Barry Cohen

DAViNCi COLORiST

Dexter P.

POST PRODUCTiON SERViCES

Todd AO-Hollywood Digital

Pacifica Sound Group

The Post Group

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

Lolee Aries

“SAiLOR MOUTH”

“NO WEENiES ALLOWED”

“Jellyfish Jam”

“THE ALGAE’S

ALWAYS GREENER”

“SHANGHAiED”

United Plankton



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