Those episodes are not good examples of this topic. They didn't work because a lot of things were wrong with them. Not because they had one little infamous scene.Felix said:Mainly no, but it varies. Personally, the most "House Fancy effect"-esque episodes to me are Merry Christmas Mordecai/1000th Chopper Flight Party (Regular Show, you already know why), Homer Simpson in Kidney Trouble (Simpsons, Homer's behavior is what make me hate this episode), and most Teen Titans Go! episode. Those are just a few examples of certain scenes ruining my enjoyment with these episodes.
Squidward trying to stab Bubble Buddy with a needle is just a small and stupid excuse to hate an episode. IMO, it doesn't take the enjoyment out of the episode, even if it made me feel a little uncomfortable.MrTortellini00 said:To make some things clear, I don't apply the House Fancy effect on SpongeBob AT ALL. No episode has my opinion on it affected by a small infamous scene, and if someone does apply it on a SpongeBob episode, well, that's in 95% of the cases a stupid reason. I've seen some people hating Bubbly Buddy because Squidward tried to stab the bubble with a needle. Huh... da heck?
Uhh… people hate Bubble Buddy for other reasons, like how irritating it is, it’s not very funny, the few jokes they do tell are slow and horribly paced, and the plot isn’t very interesting either. The twist of Bubble Buddy being alive only makes it worse, because it implies that he let Scooter drown to death and got no comeuppance for it. This stinker of an episode deserves just as much hate as other Season 2 episodes get like I’m With Stupid and Dumped.I've seen some people hating Bubbly Buddy because Squidward tried to stab the bubble with a needle. Huh... da heck?