Alright, time for business.
Premiere: February 19, 2009
This episode suffers the same problem as Tentacle-Vision: Squidward Abuse, and it's boring. Also:
Why the heck are Spongebob and Patrick in the university anyway? On the same day Squidward...
Alright, I'm back in business for another review. I only have time for one right now, but I'll be posting others later in the summer.
As a side note, I'm going to cut title cards so that I don't run out of room in these posts.
Premiere: January 28, 2011...
Nickelodeon is apparently so creatively bankrupt (not that that's surprising, of course) that they've decided to make a TV series cashing in on a popular kid's song. How you can make a TV series out of this I have no idea, but whatever, I guess.
The idea of a SpongeBob prequel spin-off just seemed like a bad idea to me. The main characters act like children quite often, so making them younger doesn't really change them. Also, what's the sense of making a prequel series to a show with pretty much no continuity?
But what really turned...
Hopefully SSJ doesn't mind me coming back to this all nearly two years later.
The title card is broken AGAIN. It's SpongeBob Vs. the Big One.
Can you say disappointing? That is one word that describes this episode.
Premiere: April 17, 2009
I used to love this...
I'll choose one from each season.
Season 1: Employee of the Month. Very rarely do I see people talking about this episode, but it's one of my favorite episodes from season 1, and is in my top 30.
Season 2: The Secret Box. I think this episode's really funny, and most people don't talk about it...
Yeah, I feel the same way.
The season 10 review was pretty interesting to watch, mainly because I'd only seen some episodes from the season before watching your review, which had never happened before. Seasons 8 and 9 I hadn't seen every episode of, but for season 10, I've only seen a few...