Worst Spongebob Squarepants Episodes
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I just loathe this episode. Spongebob Ignorantpants ignores the lady's warning about Puffy Fluffy. The instant he ignores, you just want to make Spongebob absorb corrosives. He was blaming Gary for everything harmful thing Puffy Fluffy did. He scolded Gary for protecting himself?!? He also doesn't care about Gary when Puffy Fluffy was about to eat him saying " Gary! Put Puffy Fluffy down right now! " instead of "Puffy Fluffy! Put Gary down right now! ". Gosh, did I want to smash the T.V. because of that yellow, porous jerk.
I hate this episode as well, I really hate when SpongeBob blaming Gray instead of Puffy Fluffy.
This episode makes me question why Spongebob is still on the air and has a 7.7/10 at IMDb.
First off, Spongebob is astoundingly ignorant and stupid in this episode. I mean, if your own pet was being eaten alive right in front of your eyes, would you blame your pet for that? No? Well, that means you're a decent person, unlike Spongebob, who blames Gary at every single point in this episode where Puffy Fluffy (isn't that a great name? ) tortures Gary. Seriously, how did Spongebob not notice Puffy Fluffy tearing Gary's toy apart right in front of him?!?!
Also, at no point in this episode was I laughing. It's like watching Master of Disguise, so much more painful to watch than it is funny, but for different reasons. I honestly don't even think the writers even attempted comedy more than they did increase our hate for Spongebob nowadays.
Message to new writers, if you wanted to create a good Spongebob episode, try this. 1: Make the characters likeable. 2: Try doing ...more
In reply to the guy that mentioned Super Mario 64 and IMDb, please stop.
Pretty much all the episodes season 6-9 are equally bad. But if I had to pick one episode to be the worst of them all, this is it. I'll try to keep it one paragraph. So before spongebob gets puffy fluffy. The beginning is like recycling a day without tears (another awful episode). Spongebob can't stop worrying about Gary, nothing has happened to him by himself in the past. I'm like COME ON! So he sees these ADORABLE creatures on the street. Not only does he steal the creature, but IGNORES the ladies the warning on how dangerous the creatures are. Spongebob has just done 2 things to make you mad! So Spongebob introduces Gary to Puffy Fluffy and gets mad at Gary Already for stuff that he doesn't have rules for! On every little event that happens he blames Gary. When Puffy Fluffy tears about Gary's toy, he does NOTHING! He is letting Puffy Fluffy torture Gary! At night Puffy Fluffy evolves and becomes DISGUSTING! The entire night, Puffy Fluffy is trying to kill Gary. That's right, KILL ...more
The post-movie episodes (especially seasons 6-9) were never good. While I usually do tend to like relatively unpopular episodes, this episodes is just one of many that is just painful to watch. It is one of many episodes that seasons 6, 7, 8, 9 have. Characters are unbelievably dumbed down from their original character, and they act in a way that doesn't make sense. Other episodes that suffer from this are Stuck in The Wringer (with Patrick), Demolition Doofus (with Mrs. Puff), Little Yellow Book (with Squidward), One Coarse Meal (with Krabs) and Your's, Mine and Mine (again, with Patrick).
Now, onto the actual episode. SpongeBob has to leave Gary to go to work every day, so he eventually buys a strange pet, but, with the season 7 fashion, he is mind-bendingly ignorant and doesn't listen to a warning about a pet. Then the episode begins it's awful decline. He names the animal Puffy Fluffy, and Puffy Fluffy immediately begins to TORTURE poor Gary. He gets mad at Gary for doing ...more
Ah... SpongeBob SquarePants... when you think of a great family friendly children's show, this is probably one of the things that comes to mind, right? Well, if you've never seen this episode, please watch. It will change your mind COMPLETELY. No joke. What makes this episode so bad? What makes it worse than the episode A Pal For Gary, an episode FILLED with abuse of Gary? Let's get into it. Plankton is trying to (once again) steal the Krabby Patty formula. Pearl shows up, (just to ask for money) and Plankton is terrified because he has heard that whales eat plankton. Mr. Krabs uses this fear to create a master plan to stop Plankton once and for all. Mr. Krabs creates a costume that looks exactly like Pearl, and begins to scare Plankton, even when he's not doing anything that endangers the Krusty Krab. Great message for children, right? Don't worry, it gets worse. Plankton is starting to go insane. Literally insane. He doesn't cut his hair, his toenails, he wears tissue boxes for ...more
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There is only one word to describe this episode: Awful. Only "The Splinter" surpasses this episode in sheer badness. This episode made me hate Mr. Krabs and loose respect for SpongeBob. The way they treated Plankton was awful in this episode. Newsflash for the writers: Plankton attempting suicide is NOT funny! It doesn't matter that Plankton is the villain of the show. You cannot expect me to root for someone who traumatizes someone and drives that person to almost committing suicide.
The plot for this episode is just so mean-spirited. I mean, why would they expect us to root for someone who tries to drive someone else to suicide for no reason?!
This episode is like the camping episode's evil twin; all the events work together just like in the camping episode, but instead of working together to create great humor, the events make a perfect combination for you to LOATHE what SpongeBob has become compared to true classics like the camping episode, chocolate with nuts, graveyard shift, band geeks and many more.
The episode starts off like your average patty formula episode; a few minutes of battling between Mr Krabs and Plankton, with Mr Krabs reigning victorious in the end. How does he, you ask? His daughter, a whale, comes in the room and scares the living daylights out of Plankton. Mr Krabs is amused by this, and exploits his fear of whales not just to defend the formula, but literally to drive Plankton to his wit's end. For kids, right guys?
Pearl refuses to scare Plankton, so instead Mr Krabs disguises as a whale and tortures Plankton, haunting his nightmares and sometimes causing him to hallucinate. I am NOT ...more
What happened to awesome plots like accidentally murdering a health inspector or ripping pants? Selling chocolate or joining Squid's band? (Band Geeks :D) There used to be a whole lot of good plots out there, but now the new writers have resorted to generic, mind-numbing, boring, teeth grinding, grimacing, DISGUSTING plots such as this.
Let me explain. The show starts with Spongebob cooking krabby patties at work when he gets a splinter, pushed into his thumb violently and jerkedly, so much that you'd want to grimace and stuff your head into a pillow and holler and chew it up. Seriously. The way it goes into his thumb is just so... Disturbing...
The whole episode revolves around Spongebob trying to get the splinter out because Squidward threatens to send him home because of it. Now, that's a boring, generic plotline right there. What makes it the rightfully deserving number one is the horrible visuals. IF you're a fan of seeing spongebob's enlarged, gross, bloody, ...more
I love Band Geeks and Chocolate With Nuts! You're right. It's disturbing.
"The Splinter" should be number one. It's gross and unfunny. Basically, the episode involves SpongeBob getting a splinter at work. Instead of telling Mr. Krabs about it. He continues working anyway and gets Patrick to help him (which, of course, only makes it work and caused it to get infected. Mr. Krabs soon finds out about it, and removes the splinter. However, for the sake of "comedy", a giant fountain of puss erupts from SpongeBob's thumb and on to Mr. Krabs. Gross! I don't know who thought this would be a good idea for an episode. I didn't laugh once during the episode.
This episode is really sickening. They show a hand-drawn close up, fully colored and illustrated picture of SpongeBob's sick thumb with puss and slime... After seeing that episode, I got rid of cable and got Netflix. Netflix doesn't have the new ones, just the old ones.
Oh god, this episode is disgusting. I used to COMPLETELY avoid it when I was younger.
I still avoid it.
I hate that episode. Spongebob finally say what he thinks to Patrick and the Bikini Bottom guys say that the culprit is SpongeBob! Seriously, the first time I heard this I felt like killing everyone who was in that park!
I just loathe this episode. Patrick is such a dick in this one and the worst part, when the fish told SpongeBob after yelling at Patrick for not helping him, "Ya know, kid, your body isn't the problem. It's your heart. You deserve what you've gotten." If I am there, I will murder those people. Yeah, what happened to the SpongeBob series after awesome plots like murdering a health inspector, forming a band, removing paint from a dollar, delivering a pizza, selling chocolate, camping, entering one's dream, constructing a silly theme park, etc. ? God. I WANT TO MURDER THOSE FISH SAYING SpongeBob DIDN'T HAVE A HEART BUT CAN'T THEY SEE THE HARDSHIPS HE'S BEEN THROUGH? Asss.
The writers forgot that the entire episode started on an ACCIDENT. Not KARMA. The only way that scene would've worked if Spongebob was acting like a selfish little brat for a stupid reason throughout the whole episode up to that point, not CRIPPLING him and giving him legitimate, PHYSICAL reason for Spongebob to act out.
I can only imagine what the writers would say to a paraplegic kid finally standing up to his neglectful parents.
I don't really like this episode. Patrick keeps on ruining SpongeBob's plans. Finally SpongeBob told Patrick. The most part I hate is when they turn on SpongeBob and the guy saying he doesn't have a heart. He does and they should not even butt in to SpongeBob and Patrick's business. They don't even understand what SpongeBob has been through with Patrick they just say that SpongeBob is the culprit just because they see it with their own eyes of SpongeBob yelling at Patrick. Seriously I just what to beat them up.
Okay, sounds like a interesting premise for an episode.
(sees the part with Patrick gluing Spongebob to the wringer)
Okay, that's just dumb.
"You know, kid. Your body isn't the problem. It's your heart. You deserve what you're gotten."
Oh, come on! Spongebob had a completely valid reason to call out Patrick.
"I guess crying really does solve your problems."
That's it. I quit.
This episode is Patrick at his worst. He keeps on torturing Gary while SpongeBob is away. The episode also makes SpongeBob worry about Gary unlike in A Pal For Gary, but the episode uses this as an excuse to torture Gary. The worst part is when Patrick tries to give Gary a bath. He uses a flamethrower and thinks "It looks like fun" and also thinks about using salt to dry him. Salt kills snails, is he crazy! Patrick is so stupid and terrible that he should die because he is the worst character on the show. Yes, even worse than Mr. Krabs. This episode is like a sequel to A Pal For Gary or a terrible rip off that needs to be killed now!
From 'The Card': "SpongeBob, you can't expect my normal brand of stupidity every time! I like to mix it up. Keep ya on your toes! "
I would have declared 'The Card' the worst only because of that (and the following events), but at least in that episode the only thing he was destroying was SpongeBob's trust for Patrick and the most valuable Mermaid Man Trading Card. Not a living creature!
After one of Patrick's lines in'"The Card', it is revealed all the undeserved, cruel torture Patrick gives Gary is intentional. He chases Gary down with a flamethrower, eats all his food (and SpongeBob's), looks for salt to "dry" Gary, and many more horrible actions.
I think with the card it is admitting that Patrick is doing anything stupid on purpose. - Fazbear97
Patrick, what happened to you? Your dumbness was charming and funny, but now you are a complete jerk! This episode is an example of making Patrick overly dumb, yet not knowing that that's not enough! Patrick tortured Gary, and didn't get a punishment, or was genuinely dumb, he was just a killer! Ow anthills burg to fix this show back to its glory!
This episode is just a nightmare, Patrick has a really bad part and tries to kill Gary, I definitely think that Patrick tried to trick SpongeBob.
Mrs. Puff gets deflated, and is so sick of Spongebob that she wants him DEAD! She even tries to MURDER him when the other demolition derby guys fail to crush him.
She even says "Why are you still ALIVE? "
Way out of character, regardless of what Spongebob put her through. This is one seriously messed up episode.
I hate this episode, it's so evil. Mrs. Puff actually tries to kill SpongeBob, After this episode I just wanted Mrs. Puff to die. I can't believe she actually said 'Why are you still alive' And at the end, SpongeBob doesn't even get mad at Mrs. Puff for trying to kill him. One of the worst episodes of SpongeBob yet.
I absolutely hate this episode, Mrs. Puff hates SpongeBob because he always fails his boating test but she took it way too far. Mrs. Puff wants SpongeBob dead and tries to kill him. I hope Mrs. Puff gets arrested for that.
Just this episode makes Mrs. Puff one of my least favorite characters. Mrs. Puff was extremely bloodthirsty and evil in this episode, I know that SpongeBob ruined her life and almost killed her a couple of times but this was way too far. She tries to kill SpongeBob by putting him in a demolition derby, she even says "WHY ARE YOU STILL ALIVE? ". She was a total psychopath in this episode. One of my least favorite episodes ever.
I hate Patrick so much in this episode. He acts like a total douche throughout the damn episode. Patrick's stupidity sometimes just goes way too far. GET THE OLD WRITERS BACK AND FIRE THE NEW ONES FOR GOD SAKE!
This episode made me want to throw my television out the window. I mean, there are times when we're watching Spongebob and we ask ourselves 'Why Patrick is so painfully naive? '... but this episode right here just CROSSES THE LINE. First of all, Patrick basically steals Spongebobs money, falsely states that he's and I quote "familiar with the concept of sharing", and then gorges on the meal they're supposed to be "sharing". That alone makes me sick. Then after Patrick complains about not having a toy with his meal like a 3 year old, Spongebob gets the toy for like 2 minutes and when he gives Patrick a turn Patrick says "aren't you supposed to be working? " To try and get Spongebob in trouble. I mean, he doesn't even let Spongebob touch the Patty Pal, that's down right selfish. But then he plays with the toy all night and STILL doesn't let Spongebob have it, this is just becoming wrong on so many levels. Then after Sandy tries to help them with their problem, they fight over it again. ...more
SpongeBob deserves a much better friend after episodes like this. I hope there will be an episode where SpongeBob teams up with Squidward so they can get revenge on Patrick.
This episode makes me want to punch Patrick in the face. He is so stupid in this episode. He is the one responsible for the fight that he had with SpongeBob over a stupid Krabby Patty toy. He doesn't know anything about sharing. The ending was complete crap in this episode! "Have you learned nothing about sharing? " says Patrick. "Well Patrick, HOW ABOUT YOU LEARN ABOUT SHARING TOYS WITH YOUR FRIENDS INSTEAD OF BEING A COMPLETE MORON FOR THE REST OF THE SERIES! Also, I WANT TO PUNCH YOU AND KILL YOU FOR THIS! GROW UP YOU BIG MORON! " says me. Please Nickelodeon, I'm begging you! GET THE OLD WRITERS BACK!
You guys can say what you want about A Pal for Gary and One Coarse Meal. Those episodes at least told a story. What story does this tell? SpongeBob gets fired, 15 minutes of crappy filler, he is hired again because of mopey dopey sad talk. This was a terrible episode just for the sheer fact that it will bore you so much, you'll need to be on life support just to NOT die of boredom. And speaking of life support, SpongeBob's life support is dead. Not to mention this episode not only screws the continuity of the old awesome episodes, but even the newer bad ones. Why the hell would SpongeBob get fired over a nickel!? It's already been shown in Stanley SquarePants that SpongeBob is fully capable of keeping the Krusty Krab alive on his own. Squidward at least does nothing of value for Mr. Krabs. He doesn't even have seniority anymore. It makes no sense and feels purely like a contrivance just to serve a half-crapped plot. Sure A Pal for Gary was just evil and One Coarse Meal REALLY screwed ...more
This episode ruins the whole plot of SpongeBob. SpongeBob has always been loyal to Mr. Krabs, and made the Krusty Krab millions of dollars, and in season 1-5, mr krabs never wants to fire SpongeBob. They were friends and everything, and then somehow mr krabs has to save a nickel and fires his most important employee. So then the plot of this episode changes millions of times, like, SpongeBob is fired, then SpongeBob gets digusting, then SpongeBob goes to sandy for a taste test for some reason, then Patrick gets poisoned and grows a mini head on his body (family guy ripoff), then SpongeBob gets fired out of ridiculous restaurants which doesn't make sense because Krusty Krab, weenie hut, and chum bucket are the only restaurants in the Bikini Bottom. But not anymore! And since when did the bosses of the restaurants have to dress like food? Then the bosses hate SpongeBob fire him, then fight to get him back, and then SpongeBob comes back to the Krusty Krab. This episode is too stupid. It ...more
Pretty much all the episodes in this same season are ANNOYING and CRAPPY but since this is one of my hated Spongebob episodes, I'll tell hate it so much. First off, Spongebob gets fired for no reason, till this day, I still don't know, it was probably something stupid as usual. And it makes no sense whatsoever because Spongebob actually does his job and has a positive attitude towards the customers. SOMEONE ELSE, HOWEVER (and yes I am talking about Squidward) hates everything about his job, (and the people he's in contact with). Okay, basically saying he's a hater. Yeah, a hater. I mean, we all feel Squidward sometimes, right?
Where did I leave off? Oh, yeah! Pretty much, Spongebob gets fired and he becomes depressed. Literally one of the only episodes where he's not his usual annoying self. He gets jobs where all of his bosses fired him. This is Spongebob torture, okay? Whoever wrote this episode knows absolutely nothing and saw absolutely NOTHING where Spongebob was commented on ...more
This episode frustrates me beyond belief because the idea of SpongeBob being fired had potential to be a good episode had the plot taken a different route. SpongeBob getting fired may have been an interesting idea for an episode had he not been fired in order that Krabs could save a nickel. It would have been far more entertaining if SpongeBob had been fired for a good reason perhaps for getting up to some sort of mischief with Patrick. It would have been far better to see SpongeBob get fired for some sort of mischief, realise he had done wrong, learn a lesson and fight to win Mr Krabs trust back!... But no the new writers would rather he got fired for no reason, spiralled into depression, failed at every other job he tried to get before eventually ending up back at the krusty Krab and everything is just fine and dandy, no bad feelings towards Mr Krabs for his heartless decision to fire him in the first place... This episode frustrates me so much I could scream.
Just like its counterpart, Truth of Square, it had way too much build up. First there was just a lot of stupid ads saying "Spongebob is going to the legendary city of Atlantis! " And what makes it even more sad is the fact that Burger King HAD to advertise it with toys. What we expected was that he'd go there, explore Atlantis and meet King Neptune, but what we got was Spongebob and his friends go to Atlantis on a bus powered by singing. At the beginning, Spongebob and Patrick just pop bubbles with a camera. They then find the missing half of the Atlantis amulet. They then go to the museum where it just so happens that Mr. Krabs, Squidward and Sandy are there, and the put the amulet together. A bis then crashes through the ceiling and they get in. What makes this terrible is that it's just cheap CGI where it looks like they're just pasted onto it. And then they have to sing instead of using gas. So they sing. And all of the song is terrible and they went until they ran out ...more
And this is where SpongeBob died for me. Note that the writers of this episode also wrote "Sand Castles in the Sand", my 2nd favorite episode of SpongeBob ever only behind Band Geeks. There is no excuse for this garbage. The first big problem... WHY IN THE WORLD would you cast David Bowie for a spot, and then give quite literally every other character but him a singing part? That leads to the fact that the trailer never gave any signs of this being a musical. The songs themselves are ear-grating, and they somehow find a way to shoehorn characters in (Plankton, I'm looking at you). And while Plankton getting a tank that only shoots ice cream isn't a good twist anyway, they make it worse by showing it in the promo. That's right, in the promo there is a tank that shoots... Ice cream. On top of this, they give Sandy all of the fight. SpongeBob knows karate, Squidward would know karate in Season 9, and Mr. Krabs is a navy seal. Why is Sandy the only one truly fighting? The killer ...more
This episode was a T.V. movie episode. There were too many misleading ads, especially because of the fact that none of the promo ads stated the episode was actually a musical, with abysmal song nonetheless. The bus to Atlantis was powered by a godawful song, Atlantis was a futuristic alien city, Atlanteans look like they threw Squidward and Mark Chang in a blender, their leader is called Lord Royal Highness (how creative... ), more terrible songs, and Sandy is glorified too much in the fight scene. What more can I say? Oh wait... SPONGEBOB AND PATRICK GO TO ATLANTIS TO SEE THE OLDEST LIVING BUBBLE! A BUBBLE! The episode is that bad.
Where do I even begin. The advertisements deified it, acting like it would be the next SpongeBob SquarePants movie. Instead what we got was sheer garbage. The songs were so torturously awful that I would rather listen to "baby" than most of them. The plot had too many holes to count. 75% of the episode was pointless filler, horrible singing and boring subplots. The humor makes starring at a blank wall look entertaining. Plankton was shoved into the episode out of absolutely nowhere and does nothing to effect the main plot line. Patchy the pirate gets his own pointless subplot, and his own atrocious song. David Bowie makes an appearance as a nightmarish mutant blue burry with probably the most uncreative name comprehensible (lore royal highness). And, of course, the only reason they go to the legendary city of atlantis, which people have been searching for for millennia, is to see the world's oldest bubble, carried across the void of space on foot by one eyed elephants. This is the ...more
I would agree squidward is unlikeable here if it wasn't for SpongeBob breaking into his house multiple times, stealing his belongings under the guise of it being borrowing, psychologically tormenting him, ruining his chances of getting into the cephalopod lodge, making him have to go back to school because of squidward running away from practically a stalker, ripping off his toenail and turning him into a baby in the episode right before this one I feel that SpongeBob honestly deserved worse than squidward reading his diary and the ending I honestly feel was satisfying it said to me that squidward could finally get revenge on SpongeBob for everything he's done to him now I will agree the episode isn't amazing I mean the townspeople can go and die in a fire but to everyone who thinks squidward is now unlikeable oh trust me the writers will make a few more torture episodes for him. Now I no a lot of people probably hate my opinion but I don't care.
Remember Fools in April? The good episode from Season 1? Think of this as it's evil twin. Or better yet, it took this episode, made it worse, and SHAT on it.
In this episode, after finding out about SpongeBob's diary, Squidward reads it in front of the entire Krusty Krab. After finding out about it, SpongeBob runs out crying.
Now, in a good episode like Fools in April, Squidward would feel guilty about it. But he doesn't, even after the customers tell him off.
Then, the Bikini Bottomites start to make Squidward feel as guilty as possible; he loses his house just because he read someone else's diary!
Finally, Squidward feels guilty, and he apologizes to SpongeBob. And what happens next? He reads SpongeBob's OTHER diary and he ends the episode, while having tomatoes thrown at him, saying "I don't care! This is so worth it! "
Well, you've done it Nickelodeon. You've made Squidward unlikable. Excuse me while I shove my head into an oven over it. (Haha, ...more
Gamer4Life I do have a similar opinion. What Squidward did does count as rude, although SpongeBob did deserve his emotional suffering. It wasn't satisfying to me, but it was for his own good. So Squidward was being rude, and you may say SpongeBob was being rude, but in his defense, his actions were good intentions. He didn't mean to annoy the octopus. Also the townspeople overreacted to Squidward reading SpongeBob's diary. And I don't think the townspeople laughing at SpongeBob was deserved. But anyways, I didn't really like this episode, it's both a SpongeBob and Squidward torture episode.
Okay, clearly Squidward was wrong here. Sure. Reading someone else's private business is a terrible thing. But there's no law that says you should get arrested or get your house taken away for reading someone else's diary. The thing that pissed me off the most was that they were all being hypocrites. They were laughing along with Squidward and they all saw SpongeBob taking off his clothes and dancing like a lunatic. And when he runs away crying and humiliated, they just THROW Squidward under the bus, like they didn't take any part of humiliating SpongeBob. Especially Patrick. He could've told Squidward to stop. Instead, he's all, "Fix me up a krabby patty, SpongeBob! With good ol' FEE-FEE! " And then later, he throws tomatoes at Squidward and Squidward tells him that he was reading it too and he said," Oh, blame everyone but YOURSELF! " As much as I like Patrick, he's has this unhealthy addiction of hypocrisy. And honestly, who even cares about diaries anyway?
This episode is so annoying! It's all about how Squidward wants to join a men's choir and you'd think SpongeBob wouldn't be in this episode. Well boy were you wrong! He starts off by complaining that his 'playmate' Patrick was gone like a 2 year old. He keeps following him and doesn't stop. Squidward gets zapped by jellyfish for no reason, why couldn't they zap SpongeBob instead? And he dresses up as a police officer because he wasn't listening to his song?! FOR, REAL? He's all, " I here by issue you with this ticket, for reckless frowning, and failing to listen to my song! " I wanna punch the T.V. so hard! Not only is he doing all this on purpose, he also thinks people are stupid too. And then he steals Squidward's spotlight with this fake, angel-like voice! What audacity! He thinks he's such a perfect angel or something! And in spite of all that, he gets all the credit for it! So he knows what he's doing! He asked Squidward where he was going on purpose! Why do some people ...more
This is kind of a bad version of Band Geeks if you think about it.
This episode gets really start to hate it. The story is about Squidward wants to join the town man choirs (as a dream), but Spongebob (as the worse) keep to bothering Squidward to join the town man choirs, keep following Squidward even more worse. The jellyfish field scene is a bunch of jellyfishes surround Squidward as for Spongebob starts singing extremely more worse. For Squidward, he didn't even starts singing because the jellyfishes shock him for like 1 second. So Squidward tie Spongebob and leave him. But makes extremely even more and more worse that Spongebob call the voice of the god and show at the audition. I really hate this episode because it keep bother Squidward over and over and over and over and over again!
I absolutely cannot stand this episode. It is by far my least favorite. I have not watched it again since the first time, yet the horrible memories are forever imprinted in my mind.
Squidward wanted so badly to be in that group, and then SpongeBob comes and doesn't let squidward have that, showing how much of a selfish, inconsiderate character he can be. Squidward deserves at least some happiness in his life, and I get that it's just a cartoon but still!
Hello, my opinion on this episode is that I call it unique. It has a retarded plot but it is different not only because it is the 10th anniversary, but it intends to keep an intriguing background throughout. So it is stupidly unique. So don't get me wrong, it is a very stupid episode, but is an outcast than the others.
The Patchy segment with some celebrities was the only good part about this episode, everything else with it pretty much sucked.
Why does this one have to be a rip-off of SpongeBob's 10th anniversary. 3 reasons.
1. It's 1 hour long, similar to Atlantis Squarepantis.
2. Everything they show might be true, but not.
3. This was a total waste of 1 hour. Please Nickelodeon, don't air this episode ever again!
Especially for the 10th Anniversary of Spongebob, this was a poor special full of useless cameos, filler and so forth.
SpongeBob falls in love with a Krabby Patty and names it "Patty" then it gets spoiled and is too disgusting to look at. 'enough said
I thought he has a crush on Sandy, he kill the shell for a kraby patty.
The whole episode is offensive I mean seriously SpongeBob falls in love with a Krabby Patty and when his friends try to help him and prevent him from falling in love with a patty What does SpongeBob do? Ignore them and have a "date with the patty" Holly God you have to be serious a DATE with a non-living object. When close to the end, there's a close up where we see a rotten patty. If a grown adult sees it they would be perfectly fine but SpongeBob SquarePants is a show for EVERYBODY so that means kids also watch the show and if they see that rotten patty some of them will puke but it doesn't end there because SpongeBob that finally realized how weird he was acting finally decides to eat the patty. Yep, SpongeBob in front of many viewers decides to eat, chew, and swallow that Krabby patty. I don't want to talk about this episode any more.
The Burrito episode of We Bare Bears did this concept much better.
The main reason that this episode was the final nail for me.
Spongebob: "What's a Viking? "
Obviously, the new writers didn't see the Bubble Buddy Episode!
Sorry to bust your bubble (haha, very funny, not) but bubble buddy took place in Season 1, and this episode took place in Season 6. - Gamecubesarecool193
The lack of jokes in this is sad and you can see that the writers are trying SO HARD to get a laugh with the jokes RIGHT UP IN YOUR FACE but they're all dull. I will admit that the "all the vikings on the ship are named Olaf" joke got me the first time, but after that it was just stupid. Not to mention the HORRIBLE ENDING! The main conflict was thrown in so late that no one could have expected it. When it DID come however, it was so late in the episode that it ended after about 30 seconds. PATHETIC!
This was the first SpongeBob episode I actually hated. The show was already pretty weak for me for a while before this episode came out, but I was mostly in denial and just thought that I was "outgrowing" it. But then this episode happened and it just hit me that this show really was going downhill.
This episode was just unbelievable. Every character is so horribly oversimplified, the jokes were bad, the plot was uninteresting. In fact the whole thing felt like a bad preschool show. SpongeBob SquarePants is supposed to be a smart kids show, that anyone of any age could enjoy. This episode is so bad it could insult a 4 year old's intelligence. Then you have the poor excuse of an ending, "now that's what I call, a viking sized adventure".
On a personal level it rubs off me bad because before this I would try to make the case that SpongeBob isn't just for little kids, then they pull this episode as a stab to the back.
This "episode" has no good joke (and I don't think there are jokes at all), no interesting story, and the worst ending ever existed in SpongeBob SquarePants history! These new "writers" should learn how to write or DON'T WRITE AT ALL!
How can tou like this episode?
Characters' frozen faces are just looks horrible and disgusting!
Can you watch this without your eye patch?
And spongebob and patrick's making faces are just disgusting and horrible.
Do you want to making faces like them in this episode?
I'll say that I never do this.
That's the reason why I think it was the worst Spongebob episode ever!
This episode is awful. Spongebob and Patrick's faces are just plain disturbing! It's not even remotely funny.
Oh god, I remember the time I watched this episode of garbage. Here is my top 10 worst:
10. House Fancy
9. Truth or Square (Very Disappointing)
8. Dear Vikings
6. Atlantis Squarepantis (God Awful)
5. The Splinter (Gross)
4. All the 2013 episodes
3. Planet of the Jellyfish (I'm sorry. Terrible)
2. Fear of a Krabby Patty (Very Annoying)
1. Face Freeze
This should be #1
Bottom line. This is the biggest disgrace to spongebob.
I'm sorry, but Planet of the Jellyfish was easily the best modern episode
The only reason I end up watching this episode is because it's after Karen 2.0 and InSPONGEiac, two really good episodes.
Out of the few post-movie episodes I've watched, this is easily the worst one I've come across. The jokes try so hard to make you laugh, but I just find them all dull. Not to mention it's one of many Squidward Torture Porns.
The episode starts with Spongebob grooming Gary until he hears what he thinks is 'a strange noise'. While investigating what it is, he decides to get Squidward into trouble once again. While trying to escape in a boat, Squidward destroys a stop sign and gets assigned to Boating School.
When asked by Mrs. Puff, Squidward tries to explain what happened while Spongebob stares him down. When Squidward sits down again, Spongebob starts breathing heavily at him in such a creepy way! You see where I'm going with this?
Also, throughout this episode, Squidward gets beaten up by some muscular fish twice. Squidward torture taken too far, am I wrong? Anyway, after being beaten up for the second time, Squidward ends up in a full body cast right before the ...more
This episode is annoying. There are so many reasons people hate this episode. It's actually debatably worse than the splinter because it is very hard to sit through with SpongeBob's horribly annoying behavior! but the worst part is squidward's undeserved misery. Say what you want about him in little yellow book. But this episode is punishing him by shoehorning him into boating school and keeping the frown on his face from beginning to end. In little yellow book, squidward got punished for stealing SpongeBob's diary. But the townspeople didn't. However, stealing the diary was squidward's fault to begin with, so there was at least some logic. This episode has no excuse, Mrs. Puff is letting SpongeBob ruin squidward's day. Giving this episode the benefit of the doubt, SpongeBob was indirectly causing squidward's misery. This means it was not the intent to make squidward upset. In choir boys, there was a cause for squidward's torment. Granted, it was horribly unfunny, but made more sense ...more
I felt really bad for Squidward that he was stuck in boating school with SpongeBob, this is the most stressful episode to watch from SpongeBob. Why did SpongeBob even bother Squidward in the first place to get him sentenced to Boating School.
Squidward gets all his bones broken
Ha ha, it's funny because the doctor told Spongebob and Patrick not to harm Sqidward's head, but that's exactly what they do anyway! Head trauma is hilarious, isn't it?!
No. No, it's not. It's actually quite disturbing. Can you imagine if they used an actual baby instead of Squidward? The whole scenario would be even more horrifying. On top of that, the so-called "jokes" warrant groans at best, and are cringe-worthy at worst. This episode ruined the "MY LEG" gag, for god's sake. What has this show become?!
Squidward gets a head injury and starts acting like an infant. Even the ending is disgusting.
UGH! This should be #1, When Squidwards head was under the pavement, I wanted to stick my hand through the T.V. , grab Spongebob, tie him up, blindfold him, get a huge kitchen knife and stab him. I hate this one with a passion just like I do the whole series!
Nothing about this plot makes sense, and is the most disturbing thing I have ever seen, and I've seen "The Splinter" and "A Pal for Gary" (which both deserve top 5 worst along with "Spongebob, You're Fired" and "Face Freeze"). Spongebob and Patrick make annoying baby noises. Squidward hits his head on the mailbox, and Patrick thinks he's now a baby?
Then they take him to the doctor. The doctor says to make sure he doesn't hit his head anymore, and hands Squidward wearing a diaper over. So, they then act like he's a baby, Squidward acts like a baby, and they keep throwing him at things. WHY IS HE A BABY? Well, he's not a real baby, why does everyone just accept he's a baby, what is this? Top 5 worst, alongside those others that are classics, however I haven't seen "ink lemonade" yet...
Plankton's kind of a jerk here, but being a villain, that's supposed to be standard for his character. The real issue is the townsfolk, who laughed at her when Sandy was naked, nevermind that most of them don't even wear pants (or sometimes even shirts), and Plankton was an idiot in not stealing the suit (fortunately for him, apparently everyone else was even dumber and didn't even notice).
Squidward wasn't arrested, and he never wears pants. Plankton's also always fully nude, and he isn't arrested either. It just proves that the townsfolk are racists.
Two main problems with this episode.
One: It's a direct ripoff of "Imitation Krabs"--and a TERRIBLE one at that.
Two: The writers scapegoat Sandy for a number of coldhearted scenes.
Plankton didn't even steal Sandy's suit! Why not, you know, WEAR it?
Plus, the ending didn't make sense. 1) Characters are seen naked all the time and it doesn't seem to be illegal. 2) Sandy wasn't completely naked. 3) Plankton WAS naked. come on! Is that supposed to be FUNNY? Because it's NOT!
I really DESPISE this episode because everyone were acting like such jerks to Sandy. They didn't even help her find her missing fur or turn in the thief (Plankton) who took it. Instead they all LAUGH at her nakedness while literally half of them are BUTT NAKED and the other majority of those stupid HYPOCRITES are shirtless so I really don't know who those freaks are trying to laugh at with THIEIR nakedness.
Then the episode ends off TERRIBLE with Sandy getting arrested for public nudity and Plankton, (the one who started this whole thing in the first place just to get the STUPID secret formula) doesn't get arrested for identity theft?! And even worse, Sandy wasn't even NAKED! It's literally what she wears in her treedome all the time! That town honestly needs new POLICE OFFICERS FOR GOD SAKE!
This episode is weak on it's own. It begins with Squidward not being able to remember his "happiest memory" (what about episodes such as Band Geeks and House Fancy, where he actually gets to win? ). He becomes depressed, and it gets worse when the episode references suicide TWICE. Once when Squidward sticks his head in his oven (to pull out some brownies) and when seemingly pulling a rope to hang himself (he's actually hanging a bird cage). This kind of stuff shouldn't be in a kids' show. No one thinks that suicide is funny; it's a very serious topic. If I had my say, I'd pull that episode off air and fire whoever thought it would actually make people laugh.
I thought One Coarse Meal was the worst episode until this aired. Both episodes share the same type of moment that makes each one completely irredeemable. Suicide jokes are not funny and do not belong in a kid's show.
But how does this episode handle the subject even worse than OCM? What makes it even more unnecessarily disturbing?
In OCM, Plankton's attempted suicide is caused by the actions of the antagonist (Mr Krabs), so we at least have a character that we have the right to hate. I'm not defending the episode by any means, but in Are You Happy Now? There is no antagonist. The only person consistently getting in the way of Squidward's success is Spongebob (surprise), but he is also the person trying to help Squidward through the whole episode so we can't really hate him.
The writers projected the dark and disturbing tone purely for the sake of sick "humour". There was no reason for it other than that it was supposed to be funny.
It wasn't. It REALLY ...more
This is without a doubt the most dreadful episode ever, along with One Coarse Meal, All That Glitters, Good Neighbors, you name it. What a perfect idea for a new episode of SpongeBob. As if One Coarse Meal wasn't as scaring enough, they just wanted to make another one this time with SQUIDWARD attempting suicide. At first, I kind of laughed when I was younger because I didn't know the meaning of the word suicide and I laughed because I thought Squidward was going to bake his own head in the oven. But when I kept seeing it a lot, I finally understood, ESPECIALLY when I saw the most HORRID part when Squidward was going to hang himself. Yeah. TOTALLY a good episode for kids. NOT! I WAS BEING SARCASTIC! Then at the end he rips all those paper mashe SpongeBob's saying that this is his best memory and SpongeBob is just standing there with that face that parents make when babies say their first word. He doesn't even mind. That's tough.
SpongeBob cannot pull of suicide jokes like this. A show like "Family Guy" or "Rick and Morty" could.
I have to add this episode? This episode is incredibly creepy. SpongeBob makes an exact replica of squidwards inside house and takes his vacuum cleaner just to visit him. And when I say exact replica, I am not kidding. He has every little detail, even a chip in the paint. If that isn't creepy, tell me what is
Squid's visit is very debatably worthy of falling into the bottom 10 episodes. The main problem with the episode isn't the uncanny replica of squidward's house. It's the fact that this episode alone acknowledges that SpongeBob is a creepy person. There was no reason for SpongeBob to invite squidward over; it's almost like his invitation was nothing short of a contrived kidnapping. This kind of stuff is stated in earnest, meaning that the writers here wanted to showcase the character of season 6 SpongeBob. Season 6 SpongeBob is not naïve or charming. He is demented and creepy. Also, the episodic structure is very flimsy. The idea here is SpongeBob getting squidward to come to his house. Nothing here is funny. Boating buddies may be very annoying. But this episode is excessively creepy. The plot was very aware of the problem that it refused to fix. It also showcases the worst problems with SpongeBob's new character. This episode belongs in the top 10 worst because of its intent to go ...more
Not only is this episode INCREDIBLY creepy, its borderline psychotic! Spongebob has snuck inside squidward's house enough times to memorize every little detail, to even a scratch in the paint! Spongebob has probably snuck inside Squidward's house THOUSANDS and I mean THOUSANDS of times! That's 2 to 3 times a day for the past 5 to 7 years or so! It is AMAZING that this was aloud to be aired! This should never be televised again.
The episode shows how much of a creepy, psychopathic stalker Spongebob is. The episode starts of with Spongebob pestering Squidward about visiting his house, Squidward then says why would he want to visit Spongebob's house when he can enjoy the luxury of his own. So Spongebob builds an exact replica of Squidward's house on the inside with every little detail even copying the stitching on Squidward's cushion and gets him to come in by stealing his vacuum cleaner although he refers to it as "borrowing". Squidward soon starts to go insane by staying in this "horror house". He manages to find his vacuum cleaner and quickly exits only to find out that his casserole has burnt down his house meaning he has to stay with Spongebob although he makes him sleep on what remains of his house while he stays at Spongebob's house.
My favorite part of this episode is "the opening parallel shots" of SpongeBob, Squidward, and Patrick sleeping. It's very nicely edited and is a nice way to start off the episode. Unfortunately, everything else about this episode is downhill from there. This is a Squidward torture episode done wrong. What does Squidward want to do in this episode? Just have a relaxing Sunday, and SpongeBob and Patrick ruin it beyond belief in ways that just aren't even funny. They're just so ignorant of the world around them and Squidward's emotions! There's not even an excuse of this episode. I mean, yes, there's Naughty Nautical Neighbors where Squidward acts like a jerk to SpongeBob and Patrick, then there's Jellyfishing where Squidward can be bandaged up so SpongeBob and Patrick don't know that he hates what they're doing. In this episode, they just have no excuse! They're just idiots, and none of it is funny, and there's also a random giant robot that Squidward's house turns into. It's ...more
Last year (in October 2018), I was on a Persian site where they had several SpongeBob episodes, whether it was good episodes like Pizza Delivery or bad episodes like Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy, or even newer episodes like Lame and Fortune. Out of all of them, they all had dubbings in the Persian language, even though the Persian dubs of SpongeBob aren't professional and don't use the original score. But this episode, however, was on the site, but not in Persian, but in English. So, this is the ONLY SpongeBob episode I know of that doesn't have a Persian dub. Does that say something here? Because I think it does, and what it says, is that this episode is AWFUL! SO awful, that it wasn't dubbed in Persian, even though the other episodes on that site had Persian dubbings, even A Pal for Gary.
Squidward has every EXCUSE to hate Spongebob and Patrick. I'm not saying that I hate Spongebob, but they went too far in this episode. Okay, sure Squidward can be extremely shady at times, but for good reasons and he has every right to. Because it's as if everyone keeps ganging up on Squidward for no reason whatsoever. Squidward did nothing to deserve this kind of torture and for some reason, if he tries to relax for like a few seconds, he'll get tortured for the rest of his life.
Okay as much as I like Spongebob, he has no personality beyond being a nice person. He's not really mature, he acts like a 2 year old and he's too much of a butt kisser to that cheapo Mr. Krabs, and he cries way too much and he has this annoying laugh that makes your ears bleed. So what did Squidward do to deserve this? Nothing. This makes me hate Spongebob at times.
The first I saw this episode, and as a 12 year old, It just pissed me off. SpongeBob and Patrick are just obnoxious buffoons all the way through, which is really annoying considering the fact I felt really bad for Squidward. It was the first time that I sympathized for him and started realize why he hates SpongeBob and Patrick so much. After seeing this episode, I wanted to actually kill SpongeBob, and that's saying something.
Another terrible SpongeBob special with a wasted celebrity cameo. This special is nothing, but mean-spirited from the jokes to the characters. SpongeBob's friends are unnecessarily cruel to him when SpongeBob ruined everything by accident. There is even a joke offending the homeless when they can't even watch the episode. Squidward is the most unlikeable character here because he is excited that SpongeBob is gone, and doesn't feel guilty about what he said. The amnesia plot is cliche and pointless to the story. In the end, nothing changed and this whole special was pointless and a waste of time. Also, who could forget the most infamous part of the episode with the worst facial expression in the entire show.
Horrible episode, I dislike it. True his friends had the right to be guilty for running Spongebob out of town, especially Squidward. Although he doesn't feel guilty because he is happy but only went for the reward. He should understand the friendship with Spongebob.
I know right this was boring and stupid. The only funny thing is were squidward smashes that sponge tracking device and says oops I dropped it
When you think about it, it's the SpongeBob equivalent to Life of Brian from Family Guy. They're both ratings traps that all but outright force you to be sad, then change everything back to normal later, as if none of it ever happened.
This episode has more problems than any other episode of the show. It's way too cruel to SpongeBob throughout the whole episode, and when his friends make their turnaround, it's incredibly forced. I also think that while Squidward is a jerk, Mr. Krabs is like 4 times worse because he needs SpongeBob the most, and seems to regret chasing him off the least.
You also have that face that while I find incredibly hilarious, in reality is quite possibly the worst face of the whole show. But the worst part about this episode is it's pacing. Everything is out of whack timing-wise, and is poorly placed for what kind of story this episdoe is trying to tell. And the climax while decent, comes too early and the story looses any real tension afterwards. Probably the worst episode of the show, but not my most hated.
There's also the wasted celebrity cameo, gross out where it shouldn't be, flanderization, and hypocrisy within the plot itself. Patrick is smart enough to bake a cake outside, but ...more
An episode of The Fairly OddParents which had a similar plot as this one was much better than Ink Lemonade. Soon this will be number 2 or surpass A Pal for Gary.
Because he's a squid, it's ink, but if this was a human, everybody would be drinking someone's blood! Spongebob really has a lot of dark episodes.
I think all these Squidward torture porns are beginning to go too far now. I honestly feel like throwing Patrick in a sea full of crocodiles and get eaten
Imagine someone scaring the CRAP out of you and then they sell your own blood as refreshments. Now that is just dark. This episode is creepy
I seriously dread watching this episode the characters are creepy as hell the only of this episode I like is the part Patrick calls a musical challenge and also the part where they tried to go home they got out successfully but trying to making them trenchbillies making them take care of there mom for the rest of there lives if that were me I would turned down the offer for sure and got the heck out of there cause there no way I want to take care of there mother Spongebob and Patrick sure didn't want to either and if that were me I would come back with a Minigun and Kill everysingle of them trenchbillies I wish they would have made that part of the episode that would have been funny to watch but yeah Spongebob and Patrick did the right thing getting the heck out of there and the fact that they followed them to the Krusty Krab and lastly the last part of the episode I liked would have to been when they force Krabs to marry there the Leader of their Clan that was awesome with how much ...more
Totally agreed! Horrible episode. It was just so stupid and pointless. I miss the old SpongeBob :(
Bo! Hiss! This episode is stupid and pointless? The Trenchbillies are disturbing and evil to Bikini Bottom citizens. He made Krabs marry the leader of their clan. I also hate how it draws away from the main point of the show. And the Trenchbillies want poor SpongeBob and Patrick to stay in their isolated society forever.
This episode is ugly, disturbing and unpleasant. That's how I'd describe it. It's plot is boring and pointless, it's jokes are terrible (none of them get a laugh), it's tone is mean-spirited the character designs of the Trench Billies are disgusting and hard to look at, it relies on redneck stereotypes because the writers don't know how to write interesting characters anymore, or use the ones that are interesting (or at least used to be). Not to mention that the episode references incest.
The plot in this episode just gets scrapped halfway through.
SpongeBob and Patrick pretend to be their favorite superheroes and end up arresting all those people for nothing! They even arrested an lady just because she was old! When they did this, I was so mad! Not only that, but there was no shuffleboarding at all! In the first scene, SpongeBob and Patrick are going to the tournament. In the next, they already have the trophies! Definitely the worst episode ever! How is this not number one?
Horrible episode where Spongebob and Patrick dress up as Mermaid man and Barnacle boy to pick up their shuffleboarding trophies as Mermaid man and Barnacle boy aren't capable of doing so due to them being injured, but we don't get to see any shuffleboarding in the entire episode. On their way back they suddenly come up with the idea that they should stop crime in bikini bottom as their heroes aren't capable of doing so but instead of helping people they end up throwing innocent citizens in jail for stupid reasons like throwing an unfinished krabby patty in the bin or chewing gum too loudly. They even arrest Manray and an old lady with him even though they didn't do anything remotely bad at all. The jail gets so full that it explodes causing all the citizens injury and then they start chasing after the real Mermaid man and Barnacle boy. I just wanted to throw Spongebob and Patrick in jail after watching this episode.
This is a really bad episode, hardly any shuffle boarding. Most of it spent arresting people for stupid reasons, and at the end, SpongeBob and Patrick receive no punishment.
This episode has got to be at #1.