I thought it had a godly description of SpongeBob and Patrick using their life insurance thinking it will shield them from any harm.JalecoChicaTaitoSpongebob said:I bet it's going to be about someone getting injured, and can't afford their insurance.
The episode, itself, said that it was a coincidence. But even then, I hope you're not seriously banking on logic in Spongebob, when it's meant to entertain. The joke was that a piece of paper actually protects your life.Honest Slug said:This felt a little lackluster, so apparently in this universe life insurance protects you from damage yet it also doesn't?
Upon rewatch I feel I was a bit too harsh with this episode but the point remains that I thought they should've varied up the gags a bit.Smaher said:The episode, itself, said that it was a coincidence. But even then, I hope you're not seriously banking on logic in Spongebob, when it's meant to entertain. The joke was that a piece of paper actually protects your life.
And I don't see the ending as forced. If anything, it was foreshadowed, when the Sushi Maker was shown. Most people would think it's blatantly obvious that Squidward would end up in it.
By the way, that techno music on Krabs' radio in sister episode might as well be original.The Appetizer said:"SEA SPIDER!"
This episode, for me, felt like a "take that!" to all those "Squid Abuse" moments with Squidward getting unharmed by everything. The scenario was very original, and I liked the jokes. Especially the running gag with SpongeBob and Patrick whacking Squid's hairpiece. The obstacle course was also a good addition to the episode. Nice foreshadowing they did there.