This episode is a SpongeBob classic! I love how it revolved around something simple: blowing bubbles and made it funny. The technique is the best moment in this episode! "Bring it around town! Brrring it around town!" And, it was funny when Squidward tried blowing a bubble and blew the biggest, most gigantic bubble ever! The ending was funny, too. If you like SpongeBob, then you'll definately love this episode!
The first episode I ever saw! It's been a long while, and it was the start of my obsession. An episode that showed what Squiddy had childish bubble-blowing in his jeans. I hated "Squidwirt", as I used to call him, because he was a meanie towards SpongeBob and Patrick.
But I would be mean if a giraffe made a big boom in my house. :rofl2:
Plot: Spongebob opens up a bubblestand, and let's people blow bubbles, and teaches them the technique for only 25 cents. I like how the plot is kept easy to follow, and makes for a fun episode, but I wish they would've fleshed out the Bubblestand a bit more, where like tons of people line up to learn the technique. It seemed a bit to simple for me, a bit lacking, but still, not really that bad. 2.9/4
Jokes: The jokes in this episode were great. The whole technique, Squidward paying all that money just to show up Spongebob, all the jokes were really on par with a great episode. This episode was definatly more about jokes then plot, but I wish there was more. The ones that were there were really great though. 2.5/3.
Characters: All the characters act like the way they should, Spongebob, Patricvk, Squidward, none of them really act in a way that makes me not like them, and of course, when Squidward is a jerk, he gets what's coming. 2.8/3
Overall: This was a good, simple, fun little episode, getting an overall score of 8.2/10. There were a few flaws, but again, nothing that makes the episode bad.
Meh, it's okay. A couple of things, like "the technique", were funny and I liked that Squidward was able to play clarinet well at the end, but this isn't an episode I'm particularly fond of. I find it forgettable.