Blake Lemons wrote "Squid Defense". Andrew Goodman wrote "Barnacle Face" and "The Way of the Sponge".TropicalNards112233 said:I thought it was pretty good. I think it sorta started to go downhill in the last few minutes, but it was still good overall. I'm glad it wasn't that close to All That Glitters, and there were a lot of funny parts. I liked where he uses the heart defibrillator, when Mr. Krabs tells him it's creepy to cry over the spatula, and "Hey, it's this way kid" *legs turn around* (also that whole scene where Spongebob walked reminded me of the walk-cycle). I actually don't mind Plankton episodes, so even though I know this episode probably won't be lked by the majority, I still give it an 8/10.
Also, Blake Lemons and Andrew Goodman (who I haven't seen before) were writers.
I knew lemons wrote squid defense, i just hadn't seen goodman's name before.OneHungryHippo said:Blake Lemons wrote "Squid Defense". Andrew Goodman wrote "Barnacle Face" and "The Way of the Sponge".
A lot of Season 8 to onward episodes are overly detailed. No, I'm not referring to the disturbing close-ups from season 6.TheBandGeek said:This episode was great. The humor was on, the plot was great and Mr. Krabs wasn't a big jerk. Plankton was even good. Props for titlecard/music, too. It was better than Little Yellow Book and Squid Defense, too. They said there would be a lot of explosions, but I think there weren't too many. Still, they were funny. The only thing that bothered me was SpongeBob's face at the beginning was too detailed. It was still great, though. 8.7/10