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SpongeBob SquarePants (season 7)
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Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 28
Release
Original network Nickelodeon
Original release July 19, 2009 – February 12, 2011
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List of SpongeBob SquarePants episodes

The seventh season of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants, created by marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg, originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States from July 19, 2009 to February 12, 2011. It contained 28 episodes, beginning with the episodes "Tentacle Vision" and "I Heart Dancing". The series chronicles the exploits and adventures of the title character and his various friends in the fictional underwater city of Bikini Bottom.

The season was executive produced by series creator Hillenburg and writer Paul Tibbitt, who also acted as the showrunner. In 2011, Legends of Bikini Bottom, an anthology series consists of six episodes from the season, was launched. A number of guest stars appeared on the season's episodes. Several compilation DVDs that contained episodes from the season were released. The SpongeBob SquarePants: Complete Seventh Season DVD was released in Region 1 on December 6, 2011, Region 2 on September 17, 2012, and Region 4 on September 12, 2012.

The series won the 2010 Kids' Choice Awards in the category of Favorite Cartoon. The episode "That Sinking Feeling" was nominated at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Short-format Animated Program. Furthermore, at the 38th Annie Awards, the show won for Best Animated Television Production for Children.

Production[edit]

The season aired on Nickelodeon, which is owned by Viacom, and was produced by United Plankton Pictures and Nickelodeon. The season's executive producers were series creator Stephen Hillenburg and Paul Tibbitt, who also acted as the series' showrunner.[1][2] On March 13, 2008, during the broadcast of the sixth season, the network renewed the show for a seventh season, with 26 episodes in order.[3][4] Cyma Zarghami, president of Nickelodeon & MTVN Kids and Family Group, said, "The strength of the Nickelodeon brand comes from how we embrace everything important to kids, and how we are with them virtually everywhere they want us to be. Our open philosophy to give audiences access to everything they love, and our commitment to making relevant and innovative content, have put us at the top of cable, VOD and online. Nickelodeon has strong momentum as a brand and as a business, and we have a great foundation built on great talent and relationships with some of the best creative leaders in our industry."[5][6]

In a statement, Brown Johnson, president of animation for Nickelodeon, said, "We are thrilled to be making another season of SpongeBob SquarePants–a series we hope to make for a long time."[7] On July 19, 2009, the season premiered with the episodes "Tentacle-Vision" and "I Heart Dancing". The former was written by Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash and Derek Iversen, with Alan Smart serving as animation director.[8] The episode "I Heart Dancing" was written by Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Mr. Lawrence, and was directed by Tom Yasumi.[9]

In 2011, Nickelodeon debuted an anthology series, Legends of Bikini Bottom, of five seventh-season episodes in the show.[10][11] It was released on January 27, 2011 on the online social networking service Facebook before it aired on the cable channel Nickelodeon.[10][11][12][13] "Trenchbillies" was the first episode to air on Facebook and was written by Aaron Springer and Richard Pursel, with Andrew Overtoom serving as animation director.[14] Nickelodeon said on January 27 that SpongeBob SquarePants has more than 16 million "friends" on Facebook.[15][16][17] The decision of airing the series online was aimed at attracting "the young and the restless hooked to the internet and the social media."[16] In a press release, Brown Johnson said, "The anthology format of Legends of Bikini Bottom provides a great opportunity to try something new where we can give SpongeBob's 16 million fans on Facebook a first look, in addition to new content on-air".[10][11][18] Each episode was available for two weeks on Facebook.[19][20] The other four episodes called "Sponge-Cano!", "The Main Drain", "The Monster Who Came to Bikini Bottom" and "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle" premiered on Nickelodeon in an hour-long special on January 28, 2011.[10][11][21][22]

Animation was handled overseas in South Korea at Rough Draft Studios.[23][24] Animation directors credited with episodes in the seventh season included Andrew Overtoom, Alan Smart, and Tom Yasumi. Episodes were written by a team of writers, which consisted of Casey Alexander, Steven Banks, Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, Zeus Cervas, Sean Charmatz, Derek Ivesen, Mr. Lawrence, Dani Michaeli, Richard Pursel, and Aaron Springer. The season was storyboarded by Alexander, Brookshier, Cash, Cervas, Charmatz, and Springer.[a]

Cast[edit]

In the seventh season episode "Back to the Past", the young Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy were voiced by Adam West and Burt Ward, the original Batman and Robin, respectively.

The seventh season featured Tom Kenny as the voice of the title character SpongeBob SquarePants and his pet snail Gary. SpongeBob's best friend, a starfish named Patrick Star, was voiced by Bill Fagerbakke,[25] while Rodger Bumpass played the voice of Squidward Tentacles, an arrogant and ill-tempered octopus.[26] Other members of the cast were Clancy Brown as Mr. Krabs, a miserly crab obsessed with money who is SpongeBob's boss at the Krusty Krab;[27] Mr. Lawrence as Plankton, a small green copepod and Mr. Krabs' business rival;[28] Jill Talley as Karen, Plankton's sentient computer sidekick;[29] Carolyn Lawrence as Sandy Cheeks, a squirrel from Texas;[30] Mary Jo Catlett as Mrs. Puff, SpongeBob's boating school teacher;[31] and Lori Alan as Pearl, a teenage whale who is Mr. Krabs' daughter.[32][33]

In addition to the regular cast members, episodes feature guest voices from many ranges of professions, including actors, musicians, and artists. For instance, in the episode "Back to the Past", Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway returned, reprising their respective roles as Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy.[34] The episode is also guest starred by the original Batman series stars Adam West as the young Mermaid Man and Burt Ward as the young Barnacle Boy.[35][36][37] Borgnie and Conway later voiced their recurring roles in the episode "The Bad Guy Club for Villains".[38] Brian Doyle-Murray also reprised his role as the Flying Dutchman for "The Curse of Bikini Bottom".[39] Comedian and actress Laraine Newman voices the character of Plankton's Grandma in "Gramma's Secret Recipe".[40] In the anthology series Legends of Bikini Bottom, actresses Amy Sedaris and Ginnifer Goodwin guest star. Sedaris appears in the episode "Trenchbillies" as the voice of Ma Angler.[10][11][41] Goodwin also guest stars as the voice of a purple-haired mermaid in the episode "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle".[10][11][41] She lends her voice to a teenage mermaid who steals from others through Bikini Bottom's version of the Bermuda Triangle.[10][11][41][42] In "The Curse of Hex", Saturday Night Live's Kristen Wiig guest stars as the voice of Madame Hagfish.[43] Marion Ross voiced her recurring role as Grandma SquarePants, SpongeBob's grandmother, in the episode "The Abrasive Side".[44]

Reception[edit]

The series has received recognition, including the 2010 Kids' Choice Awards for Favorite Cartoon.[45] The series also won the same category at the succeeding year's Kids' Choice Awards and at the 2010 and 2011 Indonesia Kids' Choice Awards.[46][47][48] At the Kids' Choice Awards Mexico 2010 and Kids' Choice Awards Argentina 2011, the show was nominated for Favorite Cartoon, but did not win.[49][50][51] The episode "That Sinking Feeling" was nominated at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Short-format Animated Program.[52] Furthermore, at the 38th Annie Awards, the show won for Best Animated Television Production for Children, while the crew members, Jeremy Wakefield, Sage Guyton, Nick Carr and Tuck Tucker, won the Music in a Television Production category.[53] SpongeBob SquarePants also won at the 2011 ASCAP Film and Television Awards for Top Television Series. At the 2010 and 2011 TP de Oro, the series won the Best Children and Youth Program category.[54][55]

In his review of the seventh season for DVD Talk, Ian Jane wrote that the series "is one of those rare animated shows that can be enjoyed equally as much by both adults and children."[56] He described the concept of the show as "utterly ludicrous."[56] He cited the episodes "SpongeBob's Last Stand" and "Tentacle-Vision" as "interesting stand outs," while the episodes "The Inside Job", "Back To The Past", "Gary in Love", and "The Abrasive Side" as "memorable episodes this time around."[56] However, Jane said that the season is not as good as the previous seasons, writing "It's not that this more recent material isn't fun, because it is, but by this point in time storylines are beginning to get a little repetitive and as such, the series doesn't seem quite as fresh and original as it once did."[56] Jane "recommended" the DVD set, writing "This latest collection of episodes is not a high point in the series but it's still decent enough family friendly entertainment, even if it does get too repetitive for its own good."[56]

Josh Rode of DVD Verdict said that the season "has its moments", but is "by far the least consistently funny season of the venerable cartoon."[57] Rode also said that the characters of SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star "have become the least engaging parts of the show, which is a problem since they dominate screen time."[57] He perceived that Patrick "has been dumbed down too far."[57] As for the character of SpongeBob, he criticized his changing voice that has become "more nasal over the years."[57] He described the character "like a happy, fun-loving, not-overly-intelligent sponge," but said that "[He] has entirely lost the naïveté which has long been the basis of his charm."[57]

Episodes[edit]

Key
  • The following episodes listed in the chart are arranged according to their production order, rather than by their original air dates.[58]
No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Animation directors [a] Written by [a] Storyboarded by [a] Original air date [59] U.S. viewers
(millions)
127a 1a "Tentacle-Vision"
"Squid TV"
Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Derek Iversen Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Dave Cunningham, Maureen Mascarina, Ted Seko, Marcelo Souza, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
July 19, 2009 (July 19, 2009) 4.95[60]
Squidward becomes the star of his own television show, but when the other characters find out, they go to the set to promote their own skills on-air, and end up making a big mess of the show. In the end, the show becomes a televised house party, without Squidward.
127b 1b "I ♥ Dancing" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Dave Cunningham, Maureen Mascarina, Ted Seko, Marcelo Souza, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
July 19, 2009 (July 19, 2009) 4.95[60]
Squidward is envious when he learns that SpongeBob is invited to a dance audition, therefore he deliberately overworks him so that he can take his place.
128a 2a "Growth Spout" Andrew Overtoom Aaron Springer and Richard Pursel Aaron Springer (director)
Sean Charmatz, Dave Cunningham, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
July 19, 2009 (July 19, 2009) 5.17[60]
As Pearl goes through her growth spurt one night, her hunger gets worse. Mr. Krabs tries to find enough food to feed his daughter. However, wanting to save money, he raids his friends' houses to see if there is any food he can steal that can satisfy Pearl.
128b 2b "Stuck in the Wringer" Alan Smart Zeus Cervas, Sean Charmatz, and Derek Iversen Zeus Cervas & Sean Charmatz (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Dave Cunningham, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
July 19, 2009 (July 19, 2009) 5.17[60]
SpongeBob gets stuck in his wringer. His condition only gets worse when Patrick, who fails to understand the situation, uses "Forever Glue" in his possession to permanently trap SpongeBob inside it. Although SpongeBob is dismayed, he tries to go about his usual day, but as a result falls upon hardships.
129a 3a "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Dani Michaeli Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
July 19, 2009 (July 19, 2009) 5.37[60]
As part of yet another Krabby Patty secret formula stealing scheme, Plankton purloins Sandy's fur to impersonate her and trick SpongeBob to give him the formula. Meanwhile, Sandy, who is naked, finds the culprit throughout the town. She finds her fur and Plankton at the Krusty Krab where she is arrested for public nudity.
129b 3b "The Inside Job" Andrew Overtoom Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Mr. Lawrence Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
July 19, 2009 (July 19, 2009) 5.37[60]
Plankton tries to control SpongeBob in order to retrieve the Krabby Patty secret formula, but fails. He soon discovers that the formula is located in SpongeBob's heart. He sucks information from there, but becomes and acts bubbly like SpongeBob.
130a 4a "Greasy Buffoons" Tom Yasumi Aaron Springer and Derek Iversen Aaron Springer (director)
Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
November 27, 2009 (November 27, 2009) 5.51[61]
After emptying the Krusty Krab's grease trap, Mr. Krabs illegally dumps it behind the Chum Bucket which starts a greasy war between Mr. Krabs and Plankton to increase the taste of their food with greasy entrées.
130b 4b "Model Sponge" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
November 27, 2009 (November 27, 2009) 5.51[61]
After overhearing Mr. Krabs talking on the phone, SpongeBob thinks that he has been fired from his job at the Krusty Krab. As a result, SpongeBob tries a career at being a model in a kitchen sponge commercial.
131a 5a "Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Dani Michaeli Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Maureen Mascarina, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
January 2, 2010 (January 2, 2010) N/A
Squidward is sentenced to do community service and clean up garbage after getting caught by the police in an act of "littering". However, his arch-rival Squilliam distracts him by boasting about his progress and a statue depicting himself. In the end, Squidward manages to clean up the city with "help" from SpongeBob.
131b 5b "A Pal for Gary" Andrew Overtoom Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Richard Pursel Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, Maureen Mascarina, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
January 2, 2010 (January 2, 2010) N/A
Realizing that his pet is lonely when he is at work, SpongeBob gets Gary a playmate. He gets it from a peddler, but she warns him about the pet's habit of terrorizing other animals. Ignoring the warning, he still buys the pet and calls it Puffy Fluffy. Whenever SpongeBob is not present, the new fish terrorizes Gary, and SpongeBob thinks Gary is being mean to the new pet as a result. In the end, SpongeBob decides to bring Gary with him at the Krusty Krab the next day so he will not be lonely again.
132a 6a "Yours, Mine and Mine" Andrew Overtoom Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Steven Banks Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Dave Cunningham, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
September 11, 2010 (September 11, 2010) 4.53[62]
SpongeBob buys a meal for himself and Patrick to share, and gets a special toy made by Mr. Krabs along with it. However, as SpongeBob soon finds out, Patrick's idea of sharing is that SpongeBob buys something for the two of them, and Patrick keeps that something all for himself.
132b 6b "Kracked Krabs" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Mr. Lawrence Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Dave Cunningham, Ted Seko, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
September 11, 2010 (September 11, 2010) 4.53[62]
When Mr. Krabs is nominated at the Cheapest Crab Awards, SpongeBob goes with him to the Cheapest Crab Convention for the award ceremony.
133a 7a "The Curse of Bikini Bottom" Andrew Overtoom Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Mr. Lawrence Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, & Janice Tolentino
October 24, 2009 (October 24, 2009) 4.95[63]
When SpongeBob and Patrick anger the Flying Dutchman by accidentally shaving off his beard, he turns SpongeBob and Patrick into ghosts until his beard grows back. At first, they have much fun as ghosts, but eventually realize the hardships of "living without souls."
133b 7b "Squidward in Clarinetland" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Dani Michaeli Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, & Janice Tolentino
March 24, 2010 (March 24, 2010) N/A
At the Krusty Krab, Squidward demands Mr. Krabs to provide him a locker to place his clarinet. Mr. Krabs is forced to grant him his request, but Squidward must also share the locker with SpongeBob. Eventually, Squidward's clarinet goes missing and he learns that SpongeBob took it. He chases SpongeBob all around the re-done locker, before finding a missing hole, and stumbling into an Eagle Head. He is eaten by the head, and Squidward travels through different dimensions to track down SpongeBob and get his clarinet back. His audition is disrupted when SpongeBob attempts to give Squidward his clarinet, in which Squidward runs away.
134 8 "SpongeBob's Last Stand" Andrew Overtoom and Tom Yasumi Aaron Springer, Steven Banks, and Derek Iversen Aaron Springer (director)
Sean Charmatz, Dave Cunningham, Maureen Mascarina, Ted Seko, Marcelo Souza, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, & Brad Vandergrift
April 22, 2010 (April 22, 2010) 4.76[64]
SpongeBob and Patrick learn that Plankton is building a new highway that would destroy the Jellyfish Fields. As a result, they protest against its construction. SpongeBob discovers that it is another scheme to steal the Krabby Patty formula.
135a 9a "Back to the Past" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Dani Michaeli Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Sean Charmatz & Janice Tolentino
February 15, 2010 (February 15, 2010) 4.39[65]

SpongeBob and Patrick go back in time to see their favorite superheroes, Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, when they were young. However, they accidentally alter history by making Man Ray the ruler of Bikini Bottom.

Guest appearances: Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway as Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, Adam West and Burt Ward as young Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy.
135b 9b "The Bad Guy Club for Villains" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Dani Michaeli Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Sean Charmatz & Janice Tolentino
February 15, 2010 (February 15, 2010) 4.39[65]

SpongeBob and Patrick watch Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy fight villains and criminals in "The Secret Meeting", a lost episode of a show within a show called The Adventures of Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy.

Guest appearances: Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway as Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy.
136a 10a "A Day Without Tears" Tom Yasumi Aaron Springer and Steven Banks Aaron Springer (director)
Janice Tolentino, Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, and Maureen Mascarina
March 22, 2010 (March 22, 2010) 3.95[66]
Squidward is annoyed that SpongeBob cries so much so he bets SpongeBob that he cannot go a single day without crying. If Squidward wins, SpongeBob will have to do his chores for a year, and if SpongeBob wins the bet, Squidward has to come to SpongeBob's house for a sleepover.
136b 10b "Summer Job" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Janice Tolentino, Sean Charmatz, Ted Seko, and Maureen Mascarina
March 23, 2010 (March 23, 2010) N/A
When trying to escape from SpongeBob as it is the start of summer break, Mrs. Puff accidentally wrecks the Krusty Krab's front doors. To pay off the damage she caused, she is forced to work through her vacation by assisting SpongeBob in the kitchen.
137a 11a "One Coarse Meal" Andrew Overtoom Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Janice Tolentino, Ted Seko, and Maureen Mascarina
March 25, 2010 (March 25, 2010) 4.19[66]
When Mr. Krabs discovers that Plankton is afraid of whales, he uses it to his advantage with his daughter, Pearl. However, when his daughter refuses, Mr. Krabs disguises himself as Pearl to continue to torment his rival. He has a nightmare where Pearl is chasing him in a pipe, where Plankton falls into her blowhole, being swallowed by Pearl, and landing in citric acid. SpongeBob ditches Mr. Krabs and Plankton torments him until he runs away fitting in a nail hole.
137b 11b "Gary in Love" Andrew Overtoom Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Janice Tolentino, Ted Seko, and Maureen Mascarina
February 6, 2010 (February 6, 2010) 5.52[67]
When SpongeBob takes Gary to a "snail park", Gary meets another snail named Mary and falls in love with her. When at home, Gary thinks and misses Mary, so he sneaks out to find her. Meanwhile, SpongeBob discovers that Gary goes missing, so he searches for him all over town.
138a 12a "The Play's the Thing" Tom Yasumi Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Steven Banks Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Janice Tolentino
March 26, 2010 (March 26, 2010) N/A
When Squidward gets a note that a play he wrote will not be produced, he is saddened. However, SpongeBob gives Squidward an idea to open the play at the Krusty Krab. At first, Mr. Krabs refuses, but then goes for it when he discern that he can charge customers double for the show.
138b 12b "Rodeo Daze" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Richard Pursel Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Janice Tolentino
February 6, 2010 (February 6, 2010) 5.52[67]
When Sandy receives a letter that she is invited to a rodeo, she leaves and heads to Texas. However, SpongeBob thinks rodeo is too dangerous for Sandy, so he tries to save her by bringing all of Bikini Bottom to Texas.
139a 13a "Gramma's Secret Recipe" Alan Smart Aaron Springer and Dani Michaeli Aaron Springer (director)
Janice Tolentino and Ted Seko
July 6, 2010 (July 6, 2010) N/A

When his grandmother is sleeping, Plankton takes some of her clothes to mimic her. He tricks SpongeBob by pretending that he is his great-grandmother in order to get the Krabby Patty secret formula.

Guest appearance: Laraine Newman as Gramma Plankton.
139b 13b "The Cent of Money" Andrew Overtoom Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Dani Michaeli Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Janice Tolentino and Ted Seko
July 7, 2010 (July 7, 2010) N/A
SpongeBob is walking his pet snail Gary and coins starts sticking to Gary's shell. When Mr. Krabs learns this, he uses Gary to steal coins from others all around town. In the end, it is revealed that Gary hid SpongeBob's very powerful Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy fridge magnet inside his shell.
140a 14a "Legends of Bikini Bottom: The Monster Who Came to Bikini Bottom" Andrew Overtoom Aaron Springer and Dani Michaeli Aaron Springer (director)
Dave Cunningham, Ted Seko, Maureen Mascarina, and Janice Tolentino
January 28, 2011 (January 28, 2011) 6.05[68]
Patrick accidentally creates a monster after contaminating a coral group with radioactive wastes. Patrick, however, discovers that he has a lot in common with the monster, so he befriends him, and he and SpongeBob name the monster "Rarrg".
140b 14b "Legends of Bikini Bottom: Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Dani Michaeli Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Dave Cunningham, Ted Seko, Maureen Mascarina, and Janice Tolentino
January 28, 2011 (January 28, 2011) 6.05[68]

SpongeBob discovers that Mr. Krabs, along with a few other things, has gone missing. While SpongeBob and Squidward investigate, they get accidentally sucked into an alternate realm called the "Bikini Bottom Triangle". There, they discover mermaids, who steal various items and stockpile them in the island.

Guest appearance: Ginnifer Goodwin as lead mermaid.
141a 15a "Legends of Bikini Bottom: The Curse of the Hex" Tom Yasumi Aaron Springer and Richard Pursel Aaron Springer (director)
Janice Tolentino, Ted Seko, and Maureen Mascarina
June 11, 2011 (June 11, 2011) 4.52[69]

After forbidding her to order as the restaurant is closed, an evil hagfish known as Madame Hagfish becomes furious and curses the Krusty Krab. The next day, unnatural events occur at the restaurant, which concerns Mr. Krabs. As a result, Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob set out to find the hagfish in hope that she would lift the curse.

Guest appearance: Kristen Wiig as Madame Hagfish.
141b 15b "Legends of Bikini Bottom: The Main Drain" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Mr. Lawrence Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Janice Tolentino, Ted Seko, and Maureen Mascarina
January 28, 2011 (January 28, 2011) 6.00[68]
Overhearing SpongeBob and Patrick playing a sink drain by pulling the plug, Mr. Krabs stops them. He warns them by telling the story of the "Main Drain", a drain at the bottom of the ocean that once destroyed Bikini Bottom. Curious, SpongeBob and Patrick set out to find the drain.
142a 16a "Legends of Bikini Bottom: Trenchbillies" Andrew Overtoom Aaron Springer and Richard Pursel Aaron Springer (director)
Janice Tolentino, Ted Seko, and Maureen Mascarina
January 29, 2011 (January 29, 2011) 6.55[68]

After accidentally falling off a cliff, SpongeBob and Patrick are held prisoners by a backward gang of trench-dwelling hillbillies called "trenchbillies", led by their matriarch Ma Angler. The two are sentenced to a series of challenges, which they must complete in order to be set free.

Guest appearance: Amy Sedaris as Ma Angler.
142b 16b "Legends of Bikini Bottom: Sponge-Cano!" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Janice Tolentino, Ted Seko, and Maureen Mascarina
January 28, 2011 (January 28, 2011) 6.00[68]
Squidward, who is dubbing himself as "the most miserable person in Bikini Bottom", complains about everything around him when another, more serious problem arises in the form of a volcanic eruption. Everybody in the town evacuates to a shelter. There, a mysterious dolphin warrior comes in and predicts that they must sacrifice "the most miserable person", but he actually meant to sacrifice "the most miserable person's house".
143 17 "The Great Patty Caper"
"Mystery with a Twistery"
Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Steven Banks, and Dani Michaeli Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Dave Cunningham, Maureen Mascarina, Ted Seko, Marcelo Souza, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tamova, and Brad Vandergrift
November 11, 2010 (November 11, 2010) 6.10[70]
Discovering that the Krusty Krab has run out of Krabby Patties, SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs try to make the sandwich, but cannot decide on the recipe. Mr. Krabs gives SpongeBob the only key to the vault holding the Krabby Patty's secret ingredient to retrieve the formula. Despite his efforts of guarding it, the key goes missing, and SpongeBob and Patrick must find the culprit, who winds up being Plankton.
144a 18a "That Sinking Feeling" Andrew Overtoom Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Mr. Lawrence Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Dave Cunningham and Janice Tolentino
July 8, 2010 (July 8, 2010) N/A
When SpongeBob and Patrick keep running across Squidward's front yard, he forbids them from running across it. As a result, SpongeBob and Patrick dig tunnels between their two houses, passing below Squidward's house, which annoys Squidward.
144b 18b "Karate Star" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Dave Cunningham and Janice Tolentino
July 9, 2010 (July 9, 2010) N/A
After Patrick saves SpongeBob's life, SpongeBob decides to reward him by giving him karate lessons. At first Patrick cannot get anything right but then chops through cinder blocks, which amazes SpongeBob. However, Patrick's karate skills get out of control, which cause havoc in Bikini Bottom.
145a 19a "Buried in Time" Andrew Overtoom Nate Cash, Sean Charmatz, and Mr. Lawrence Nate Cash & Sean Charmatz (directors)
Janice Tolentino
September 18, 2010 (September 18, 2010) 4.74[71]
Mr. Krabs creates a time capsule from a tartar sauce vat. Everyone in Bikini Bottom contributes to the capsule. SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward accidentally get locked in the time capsule, which gets buried underground and will not be seen for 50 years.
145b 19b "Enchanted Tiki Dreams" Alan Smart Aaron Springer, Sean Charmatz, and Richard Pursel Aaron Springer & Sean Charmatz (directors)
Janice Tolentino
June 19, 2010 (June 19, 2010) 3.72[72]
Squidward is annoyed by SpongeBob and Patrick and wants to live in his own world where he can relax in peace. As a result, SpongeBob and Patrick promise to make up for him, so they build a tiki world, where Squidward can relax.
146a 20a "The Abrasive Side" Tom Yasumi Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Mr. Lawrence Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Maureen Mascarina, Ted Seko, Monica Tamova, Dave Cunningham, and Marcelo Souza
November 27, 2010 (November 27, 2010) 4.54[73]

SpongeBob couldn't say "no" when everyone needs his help, rendering him unable to go to Glove World with Patrick, so Gary orders an "abrasive side" for him. At first, SpongeBob thinks the abrasive side is working well, but soon falls upon hardships as the evilness when the abrasive side takes him over. As a result, SpongeBob becomes cruel to his friends.

Guest appearance: Marion Ross as Grandma SquarePants.
146b 20b "Earworm" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Maureen Mascarina, Ted Seko, Monica Tamova, Dave Cunningham, and Marcelo Souza
November 27, 2010 (November 27, 2010) 4.54[73]
SpongeBob gets an earworm with a song called "Musical Doodle". He goes obsessed with it and becomes out of control, which alarms his friends. As a result, the gang—including Patrick, Mr. Krabs, Sandy, and Squidward—tries to play other catchy tunes to save SpongeBob.
147a 21a "Hide and Then What Happens?" Andrew Overtoom Aaron Springer and Dani Michaeli Aaron Springer (director)
Maureen Mascarina, Dave Cunningham, Monica Tamova, Ted Seko, and Marcelo Souza
August 9, 2010 (August 9, 2010) 4.38[74]
SpongeBob tells Patrick that they should play hide-and-seek. However, Patrick does not know what hide-and-seek is or how to play it, so SpongeBob teaches him. When they start playing, SpongeBob cannot find Patrick, so he sets out on an adventure, searching the whole town and other proximate places to find him.
147b 21b "Shellback Shenanigans" Andrew Overtoom Aaron Springer and Richard Pursel Aaron Springer (director)
Maureen Mascarina, Dave Cunningham, Monica Tamova, Ted Seko, and Marcelo Souza
September 18, 2010 (September 18, 2010) 4.74[71]
Plankton gets Gary away on a vacation as part of another plan to steal the Krabby Patty formula. While the snail is away, Plankton disguises himself as Gary to trick SpongeBob in order to obtain the formula.
148a 22a "The Masterpiece" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Steven Banks Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Dave Cunningham, Maureen Mascarina, Ted Seko, Marcelo Souza, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tomova, & Brad Vandergrift
October 2, 2010 (October 2, 2010) 3.99[75]
The Krusty Krab loses all its customers to the Sea Chicken Shack. However, when Mr. Krabs sees an ad on SpongeBob and Squidward's TV about the Sea Chicken Shack, he sends SpongeBob to investigate. There, SpongeBob discovers the Sea Chicken Shack has a giant statue for kids to play on. Mr. Krabs then asks Squidward to construct a giant statue of himself to get the customers back.
148b 22b "Whelk Attack" Tom Yasumi Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Richard Pursel Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Dave Cunningham, Maureen Mascarina, Ted Seko, Marcelo Souza, Janice Tolentino, Monica Tomova, & Brad Vandergrift
October 2, 2010 (October 2, 2010) 3.99[75]
Giant sea whelks invade Bikini Bottom and terrorize the residents. They eat everything in their wake, which alarms SpongeBob and Patrick. They head to the Krusty Krab, where Mr. Krabs welcomes the whelks, but SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward spot the mother whelk, who eats all of Bikini Bottom, including Squidward and Mr. Krabs. SpongeBob and Patrick go to Sandy at her Treedome to get away from the whelks, but the mother eats all three of them. SpongeBob and Patrick wake up in the mother's stomach and manage to swim to the eaten Krusty Krab. There, Sandy discovers that the whelks have sniffles, so SpongeBob soaks them, curing the whelks.
149a 23a "You Don't Know Sponge" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Derek Iversen Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Maureen Mascarina, Dave Cunningham, Monica Tamova, Ted Seko, and Marcelo Souza
August 9, 2010 (August 9, 2010) 4.38[74]
SpongeBob and Patrick take a quiz about each other to test their friendship. However, Patrick is always getting wrong answers. SpongeBob feels dismayed, and tries to ignore him. He discovers that Patrick is hanging out with Larry the Lobster, which makes SpongeBob more jealous. In the end, Larry is revealed that he is only helping Patrick to buy a gift for SpongeBob.
149b 23b "Tunnel of Glove" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Dani Michaeli Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Maureen Mascarina, Dave Cunningham, Monica Tamova, Ted Seko, and Marcelo Souza
February 12, 2011 (February 12, 2011) 5.01[76]
Pearl is forced to go on the "Tunnel of Glove" ride with SpongeBob, much to her dismay. While they are on the ride, it malfunctions, which only makes Pearl angrier. Patrick unintentionally makes their condition inside the ride worse while looking for SpongeBob.
150a 24a "Krusty Dogs" Tom Yasumi Aaron Springer and Dani Michaeli Aaron Springer (director)
Ted Seko
October 9, 2010 (October 9, 2010) 4.58[77]
SpongeBob invents the "Krusty Dog" out of leftover Krabby Patty ingredients. It becomes very successful, which makes Mr. Krabs to remove the Krabby Patties from the menu. SpongeBob becomes upset and tries several attempts to get the sandwich back at the menu.
150b 24b "The Wreck of the Mauna Loa" Andrew Overtoom Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Ted Seko
October 9, 2010 (October 9, 2010) 4.58[77]
SpongeBob and Patrick accidentally find the wreck of a lost ship called Mauna Loa. There, they decide to make it their "secret hideout", where they can play. However, Mr. Krabs overhears the two and discovers about the ship. Conflict arises when Mr. Krabs turns the ship into an amusement ride only to make profits.
151a 25a "New Fish in Town" Andrew Overtoom Aaron Springer and Derek Iversen Aaron Springer (director)
Maureen Mascarina, Monica Tamova, Ted Seko, and Marcelo Souza
January 15, 2011 (January 15, 2011) 4.71[78]
A new fish named Howard moves into the neighborhood, and Squidward wants to befriend him. Howard hates "jelly-fishing bubble-blowers", so Squidward tries to keep SpongeBob and Patrick away from him at all costs. However, Howard gets infected by SpongeBob and Patrick's jellyfishing and bubble-blowing personalities.
151b 25b "Love That Squid" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Sean Charmatz, and Richard Pursel Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, & Sean Charmatz (directors)
Maureen Mascarina, Monica Tamova, Ted Seko, and Marcelo Souza
February 12, 2011 (February 12, 2011) 5.01[76]
At the Krusty Krab, Squidward meets another octopus named Squilvia and falls in love with her. However, he is nervous to attend their first date, so he seeks SpongeBob to help him. In their "practice date", everything is working well at first. However, as they progress, Squidward is only getting annoyed by SpongeBob and Patrick's antics.
152a 26a "Big Sister Sam" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Richard Pursel Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors)
Dave Cunningham, Ted Seko, Maureen Mascarina, and Janice Tolentino
January 15, 2011 (January 15, 2011) 4.71[78]
Patrick's older sister Sam comes to Bikini Bottom to visit him. However, Sam only causes wreak havoc and mass chaos to the neighborhood.
152b 26b "Perfect Chemistry" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Nate Cash, and Mr. Lawrence Luke Brookshire & Nate Cash (directors)
Dave Cunningham, Ted Seko, Maureen Mascarina, and Janice Tolentino
February 26, 2011 (February 26, 2011) 4.80[79]
Plankton tries to use Sandy's new invention in an attempt to steal the Krabby Patty formula (without her knowing). However, SpongeBob becomes jealous when he believes there is a bond between their love of science.

DVD release[edit]

The DVD boxset for season seven was released by Paramount Home Entertainment and Nickelodeon in the United States and Canada in December 2011, six months after the season had completed broadcast on television. The DVD release features bonus materials, including "animated shorts."[56][57]

SpongeBob SquarePants: Complete Seventh Season
Set details[56][57] Special features[56][57]
Release dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
December 6, 2011[80] September 17, 2012[81] September 9, 2012[82]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Information is taken from the opening credits of each episode.

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