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Mr. Krabs takes an early retirement and sells the Krusty Krab to a fast-food conglomerate. But boredom soon sets in and Krabs finds himself back at his old restaurant looking for a job. Later, it's the saddest day of SpongeBob's life when he refrains from (more…)
A mobile Krusty Krab made from an old submarine inspires Plankton to build a traveling Chum Bucket, resulting in an undersea battle between the rivals. Also: SpongeBob and Patrick clash over cleanliness.
SpongeBob makes up a story to explain his black eye, but his fictitious villain turns out to be real, and he isn't happy about the tale. Later, SpongeBob battles the brainwashed Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, who are under Plankton's control.
SpongeBob and Patrick offer to do a favor for Mermaidman and Barnacleboy, but instead they try to fight crime; Squidward is mistaken for his rival, Squilliam Fancyson, and he plays along, since the mix-up allows him to teach at an elite music school.
The pressure is on as Sandy and SpongeBob compete in a series of extreme underwater activities with the population of Bikini Bottom cheering them on. Later, SpongeBob covers up the fact that he caused emotional harm to an oyster at the zoo. Patrick: Bill F (more…)
The Krusty Krab now offers 24-hour service, which SpongeBob thinks is a dream come true until he succumbs to being overworked and develops a Krabby Patty phobia. Later, Mr. Krabs is embarrassed to attend a reunion of his manly Navy buddies because he's “ (more…)
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- Premiered: July 17, 1999
- Rating: TV-Y
- Premise: A chipper sea sponge and his nautical neighbors make waves in the deep-sea city of Bikini Bottom in this clever and playful kiddie cartoon aimed at preschoolers. SpongeBob's acquaintances include goofy starfish Patrick, cheerful squirrel Sandy Cheeks (who… (more)