I'm watching the movie "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" on Nick and I thought of how SpongeBob SquarePants can do this kind of plot
"Cloudy with a Chance of Krabby Patties"
Plankton invents a machine that makes Krabby Patties fall from the sky
WHY hasn't this show done a plot like that yet?
Even Breadwinners had an episode where Swaysway and Buhdeuce were reliving the same day over & over again
SpongeBob SquarePants should be the next show to attempt this plot!
What do you think?
Thanks in advance!
An interview with Rob Bagshaw the person in charge of unscripted programming revealed that reality shows are the new strategy for Nick moving forward
I should have seen this coming with America's Most Musical Family, Top Elf, The Substitute, etc
But does that mean they're de-emphasizing...
I just read an article where the president of FOX is slowly preparing for the end of The Simpsons & Family Guy which was the catalyst for ordering four new cartoons and that got me thinking about Nick
I know it's hard to even believe or imagine but there will come a day where we'll have to say...
Now obviously it wasn't but it sure felt like the finale to "SpongeBob SquarePants" and nothing the show does from here on out can match it
I mean, the stakes were higher than EVER before!
Am I the only one who thought the musical could double as the grand finale?
Thanks in advance!
For me it was "Grandma's Kisses" because I could identify with SpongeBob's struggles, being a young adult who misses my childhood
I'm really no different than SpongeBob SquarePants (kid-at-heart, can't drive, cries a lot) and this particular episode made me connect with him as a character...
I noticed a change ever since Sponge out of Water with the rap battle
Then came SpongeBob's Birthday Blowout with Kel Mitchell, Daniella Perkins, and Jojo Siwa
And now the "Patchy's Beach Bash" special with modern celebrities like Meghan Trainor, Jon Heder, and Anthony Davis
Is it my...
When I watched "Christmas Who?" I started to formulate a theory regarding Squidward and the show as a whole
Squidward Tentacles is based off of Ebenezer Scrooge and "A Christmas Carol" was one of the main inspirations for the series
I began to notice just how much Squidward & Scrooge have in...
In the show's early years we had stuff like "Sweet Victory" "Ripped Pants" " Very First Christmas" and MANY other good-quality songs
Then something happened after the 2nd movie...SpongeBob's vocal songs took a nosedive!
How did we go from the aforementioned songs to stuff like "My Leg is...
The show uses 2 similar plots:
1.Plankton tries and constantly fails to steal the Krabby Patty Secret Formula
2. SpongeBob tries and constantly fails to pass his Boating School test
Both instances revolve around a character trying to reach an unobtainable goal!
Has anyone else noticed this or...
What long-running TV shows do you believe have overstayed their welcome?
Without mentioning SpongeBob SquarePants here's my list :
-Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Do you think we could see an end to any of...
It was okay and MUCH better than I thought!
I even felt sorry for Squidward when he was performing his number "Not a Loser"
At first, I was skeptical about the decision of transitioning SpongeBob SquarePants to Broadway but they managed to pull it off!
A recent Amazon Christmas commercial has a song called "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" which got me thinking about SpongeBob
Does SpongeBob SquarePants, Mr. Krabs, and Squidward Tentacles NEED someone to love?
What do you think?
Just like how the show NEEDS a Thanksgiving episode, it also needs an episode about "Black Friday"
Such an episode would work like this:
Mr. Krabs is selling a limited-time Krabby Patty on the Friday after Thanksgiving and ALL of Bikini Bottom wants to try it
They then race to the Krusty Krab...
Many people have lost interest in this show, including me
Let me explain:
I used to be a fan of SpongeBob SquarePants as a kid and stuck with it as a teen/adult because I had hope that it would get better
Then Nickelodeon started to milk the show for all it was worth which turned me off from...
My brother was talking about movie sequels and he mentioned films that get sequels YEARS after the original
I immediately thought of Sponge out of Water
(and the upcoming third movie counts as well)
From the release of "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" to SooW, it took 11 years
What I mean is, does the show need every single character and VA in order to function properly?
I'll use Mermaidman and Barnacleboy as an example
MM & BB are a MAJOR component of the series much like Boating School and the Krusty Krab
When Ernest Borgnine died I felt the show lost part of its...