Worst Lines of Dialogue from SpongeBob SquarePantsI am also including parts of lines and songs. At some parts, I have edited some of the lines if they were too long or excessive.
In the scene, Puffy Fluffy, SpongeBob's new pet, has turned into a hulking beast and is strangling Gary. When SpongeBob sees this, he acts so stupid the audience wants Puffy Fluffy to strangle him too. Even SpongeBob did this before in the episode, it could be seen as a careless mistake. However, when it gets to this part, it get infuriating.
The fact that Spongebob treats Gary so harshly for most of the episode is why this episode sucks.
Urgh, Spongebob...What part of 'Puffy Fluffy is a big monster and tried to eat your pet snail' don't you not understand?
So infuriating. Why was SpongeBob this retarded anyway?
That's just lazy writing. Maybe the Krusty Krab could've went on fire but nope, A NICKEL.
Definitely Mr. Krabs' cheapness at his worst, laying off his best worker over a nickel.
Imagine getting fired because your boss wanted to save 5 cents.
Parker Coppins: One thing that I wanted to mention though, the moral... it feels like a South Park episode.
Sponge bob: (Says the quote)
Parker: He's just like, facing the audience with children just hanging out in the background. (Chuckles), love laughing children.
Why is this a bad line? Because a lot of younger kids would believe this and cry just for something they want to happen.
Screw whoever wrote this line! This episode makes us feel bad for SpongeBob but mad at him as well.
What if a six year old saw that episode? The parents would have headaches for well over a few days.
This was shown on the news before. I'm dead serious. They really did.
Again, not a great message for the kids.
That villager was Sandals, the surfer fish who said "TOAST" in the Pranks-a-Lot episode (not the laughing one, that's Scooter). I really liked Sandals but now he's one of my least favourite townspeople...what a bummer.
Why would people even do this? SpongeBob finally calls Patrick put, and what does everyone do? Say SpongeBob was the bad guy and that he deserved what he got. People are idiots...
I wanted to nuke that theme park after hearing that! This should be higher than #11.
That guy was a jerk to Spongebob.
While the Enterbots on here get triggered by this line and take it way too seriously, I see this line for what it is: Meta humor. Patrick's not a sociopath. He's just an idiot and this line is meant to be a humorous remark to Patrick's stupidity from himself. There was even a line in pre movie SpongeBob where Patrick acknowledges his stupidity.
Sandy: Don't you have somewhere else to be stupid?
Patrick: Not until 4.
See people thought that particular line was comedy gold cause it's from pre movie SpongeBob. If it was from a post movie episode, people would be triggered by that in a heartbeat. This just goes to show the bias that Enterbots have towards post movie SpongeBob. They're not all that bad. People like Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas and Richard Pursel aren't evil sociopaths who deserve to be blacklisted. The Enterbots are just saying that cause they didn't like those episodes.
I think this is breaking the fourth wall because Patrick is somewhat dumb in some episodes and in others he is the dumbest ever.
This means that all of Patrick's stupidity is intentional. Enough has been said.
This was actually the first thing I thought of, going on this list.
First of all, Mr Krabs is misblaming Spongebob for causing the mess when it was actually Patrick's fault for permantly gluing Spongebob to the wringer. Also, Spongebob should've told Patrick that earlier in the episode and not 1-2 minutes before the end.
The WORST Spongebob quote by far. Though the "I guess crying does solve your problems after all" quote is both cheesy and has lousy messages, this is a downright suicide joke, which is the worst kind.
Plankton clearly wants to die. How can it get any clearer than that?
I don't think this one needs much of an explanation.
This should never have been put in a kids' show.
Not ONE line is worse than this! At least the one from The Card where Patrick pretty much admits he feigns his stupidity is a pretty smart fourth wall break. And "You put Puffy Fluffy down" is funny in a "so bad it's good" sort of way. THIS line however pretty much outs Patrick as a selfish immature child.
This is the last line of an episode where Patrick does anything but share.
Worst line ever
I love this line
This is bad because it comes right after literally nothing but five and a half minutes of Squidward getting tortured for doing the right thing. These forms of torture include getting macerated by a spiked roller, crashing into a wall (because of SpongeBob's carelessness), and crashing his car in a huge traffic accident (also caused by SpongeBob). That last scene with the city-wide traffic crash is where SpongeBob delivers this line, which the accident was caused by him but refuses to accept that.
Since this episode is set in video (like the Krusty Krab training video), I really hope that Spongebob was just acting and not actually being that stupid after all that he's done in 4 minutes.
Oh my god I wanted to break my T.V. after this line.
It sounds so flipping arrogant.
I can't believe this is in a kids show! Whoever wrote this episode should be fired. This is even worse than A Pal for Gary and Choir Boys!
You know, for kids!
Living prove that SpongeBob is torturing Squidward on purpose.
This line is one of the many reasons for why band geeks is the worst episode ever.
I would enjoy Band Geeks a lot more if this overrated line didn't exist.
I don't understand why people think this line is funny. Its' a giraffe! is funny.
This line is a classic!
A very hypocritical thing to say
SpongeBob has done things contradictory to his good nature, such as sabotaging Squidward to win "Employee of the Month," and trying to get Patrick arrested for speeding, out of jealousy in "Driven to Tears" and ETC.
That is why this quote is the most infamous of all that was ever said in the SpongeBob world.
What about that time you ripped off Squidward's toenail in House Fancy. Stalking Squidward in Boating Buddies. Ruined his day in Choir Boys. Letting your pet snail get tortured for absolutely no reason. From Mr. Enter, "SpongeBob, you have no good nature! Satan asks you for pointers."
This makes SpongeBob sound like a hypocrite because literally in the same episode, he sabotages the same person he said that line to.
So ironic, it hurts. Need I say how much Spongebob tortures Squidward, even if it isn't purposeful?
Krabs, you do know that driving someone to suicide is murder right? So that means you would go to jail, you soulless Crustecean Cheapskate!
When I first heard Patrick say this I wanted to shove poop into his mouth. Does your tummy want that?!
I wanted to punch Patrick when he said that.
Both have the same problem, they put "itis" at the end of a word to sound smart, when it does the opposite thing, especially for the first one.
What the heck?
That was the worst patrick didn't break the toy and spongebob thought he did