Chase No Face
- Feb 13, 2016
- Chicago, Illinois
Discuss it when the episode airs on March 4th.
You wasted time watching the rest of the episodes these new guys made anyway, didn't you?President Squidward said:I watched the sneak peek, not worth wasting my time with this...
only half ;333333Smitty said:You wasted time watching the rest of the episodes these new guys made anyway, didn't you?
Except when in SquidBob, Squidward was totally aware of his fusion with SpongeBob and tried to go with the flow when he's finally at the stage.Alex Squarepants said:This episode was not that bad, but not great. I don't think this episode was very funny, and this reminds me too much of SquidBob TentaclePants, except with Patrick.
It was Fred Osmond.I wasn't excepting much in this episode. I am normally not a fan of episodes where SpongeBob and Patrick are involved with Squidward due to how much negative reception certain episodes like Celaphod Lodge and That Sinking Feeling. Kaz wrote the episode, but to my surprise, it was actually enjoyable. The facial expressions were wackier than usual (I'm sure Adam Paloian storyboarded both episodes), and they were so off-model that it reminded of seasons 2-3 (and Fear of a Krabby Patty) that were boarded by CH Greenblatt (He love to draw exaggerated faces) and the off-modelness reminded me of Nick Edwards episodes on Uncle Grandpa. I still wasn't too impressed what SpongeBob and Patrick did to Squidward. It was way too creepy and awkward, even though it did ended up being amused when they controlled him and succeeding in the clarinet. Of Course, when Squidward woke up, he played the clarinet so badly that we see live-action footages of things falling off and it was hilarious. All in all, while it's really awkward, it's was kinda good. Not the best thing from Kaz, but definitely not his worst episode. 6/10