SpongeBob SquarePants (season 9)

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SpongeBob SquarePants (season 9)
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Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 26
Release
Original network Nickelodeon
Original release July 21, 2012 (2012-07-21) – February 20, 2017 (2017-02-20)
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The ninth season of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants, created by former marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg, originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States from July 21, 2012 to February 20, 2017, and contained 26 episodes, beginning with the episode "Extreme Spots"/"Squirrel Record". 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 Stephen Hillenburg and writer Paul Tibbitt, who also acted as the showrunner until the episode "What's Eating Patrick?". Supervising producers Marc Ceccarelli and Vincent Waller acted as the showrunners for the remainder of the season.

The season was first announced on January 3, 2011, and premiered on July 21, 2012. A total of 26 episodes were produced for the season, bringing the number of episodes up to 204.

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] During production of the eighth season, Deadline.com reported on January 3, 2011 that Nickelodeon had renewed the series for a ninth season, with 26 episodes in order, which would push the series over the 200th episode mark.[3][4][5][6][7][8] SpongeBob SquarePants became the Nickelodeon series with most episodes, surpassing Rugrats with 172 episodes, having 178 after the eighth season had complete broadcast on television.[9]

In a statement, Brown Johnson, president of animation for Nickelodeon and MTVN Kids and Family Group, said "SpongeBob's success in reaching over 200 episodes is a testament to creator Stephen Hillenburg's vision, comedic sensibility and his dynamic, lovable characters. The series now joins the club of contemporary classic Nicktoons that have hit this benchmark, so we're incredibly proud."[3][10][11][12] Series creator Stephen Hillenburg executive produces the show alongside Paul Tibbitt, who has work on show since after the pilot.[3] Tibbitt served as a director and writer on for its first three seasons and eventually taking over the showrunner position from Hillenburg.[3] Tibbitt said "We never imagined we would be on for that long but we're going to keep going. The trick is to try to keep the episodes funny and simple and press from there."[3][13]

On July 21, 2012, the season premiered with the episode "Extreme Spots"/"Squirrel Record" during a SpongeBob SquarePants television marathon event called "The Super Spongy Square Games".[14][15][16][17] The episode "Extreme Spots" was written by Luke Brookshier, Marc Ceccarelli, and Derek Iversen, while Tom Yasumi served as animation director.[18] It was guest starred by actor Johnny Knoxville.[14][15][16][17] Moreover, "Squirrel Record" was written by Brookshier, Ceccarelli and Iversen, and was directed by Alan Smart.[19] During the television event, Nickelodeon also debuted two more episodes – "Demolition Doofus" and "Face Freeze!" – of the eighth season.[14][15][16][17]

The animation was handled in South Korea at Rough Draft Studios.[20][21] Production switched to high-definition in the season; the first episode "Extreme Spots", aired July 21, 2012.[22] Episodes were written by a team of writers, which consisted of Casey Alexander, Josh Androsky, Brookshier, Ceccarelli, Zeus Cervas, Daniel Dominguez, Solomon Georgio, Andrew Goodman, Iversen, Clare O'Kane, Kyle McCulloch, Mr. Lawrence, Blake Lemons, Jack Pendarivs, and Kaz. The season was storyboarded by Alexander, Chris Allison, Brookshier, Bob Camp, Ceccarelli, Cervas, Ryan Kramer, Chong Lee, Blake Lemons, Brian Morante, Lynne Naylor, Shellie O'Brien, Fred Osmond, Howie Perry, John Trabbic, and Joe Wierenga. The animation directors were Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi.[a]

As confirmed by Vincent Waller on his former Twitter account, production on the show was halted halfway through its ninth season due to working on The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, but has since resumed to finish the season after a year-long hiatus. Also, according to an interview with Princess Grace Foundation-USA, creator Stephen Hillenburg said he would return for the show following production on the second film adaptation.[23]

Season 9 resumed when a new two-segment episode led into the 2015 Kids' Choice Sports Awards on July 16, 2015; Viacom claimed at the beginning of the year that several new episodes would premiere over the summer of 2015, but only "Lost in Bikini Bottom"/"Tutor Sauce" and "Squid Plus One"/"The Executive Treatment" aired before the end of Labor Day on September 7, which is the effective end of Nickelodeon's summer season.[24] In October 2015, Vincent Waller and Marc Ceccarelli took Paul Tibbitt's place as showrunner. Starting with "Lost in Bikini Bottom", the show has been script-driven rather than storyboard-driven.

Cast[edit]

Stunt performer Johnny Knoxville (left) guest starred in "Extreme Spots" as Johnny Krill, while Michael McKean voiced the characters of Captain Frostymug in "License to Milkshake" and Lonnie the Shark in "Sharks vs Pods".

The ninth season had a cast of six main actors. Tom Kenny provided 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 Carolyn Lawrence as Sandy Cheeks, a squirrel from Texas;[27] Clancy Brown as Mr. Krabs, a miserly crab obsessed with money and SpongeBob's boss at the Krusty Krab;[28] and Mr. Lawrence as Plankton, a small green copepod and Mr. Krabs' business rival.[29] The season had a number of secondary characters including Jill Talley as Plankton's computer wife, Karen;[30] Mary Jo Catlett as Mrs. Puff, SpongeBob's driving instructor;[31] and Lori Alan as Pearl, Mr. Krabs' daughter.[32]

In addition to the regular cast members, episodes feature guest voices from many ranges of professions, including actors, musicians, and artists. For instance, the season premiere "Extreme Spots" was guest starred by American stunt performer and Jackass actor Johnny Knoxville voicing the character of Johnny Krill.[33][34] The writing staff wrote the episode specifically for Knoxville.[35] Executive producer Paul Tibbitt said, "[Nickelodeon] wanted to do a show about extreme sports and the first thing that came to mind was Johnny Knoxville, because there are few humans living that are as extreme as him." Knoxville accepted the role because he is a fan of the show.[36][37] Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway returned, reprising their respective roles as Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy in "Patrick-Man!". The episode was Borgnine's last voice-over work for the series as, on July 8, 2012, he died at the age of 95.[38] In "License to Milkshake", comedian and Spinal Tap band member Michael McKean guest starred as the voice of Captain Frostymug.[39][40] Rapper Biz Markie guest appeared as Kenny the Cat in the episode of the same name.[41] In "The Executive Treatment", an American stage actor, comedian and director, Frank Ferrante, guest-starred as the voice of Stockholder Eel. In "Sanctuary", former Price is Right host Bob Barker guest starred as the voice of Bob Barnacle. In "Mall Girl Pearl", comedian legend Betty White and Aubrey Plaza guest starred as the voices of Beatrice and Nocturna. In "Sharks vs. Pods", Michael McKean returned and he voiced a new different character, Lonnie the Shark, along with Henry Winkler and David Lander as Sharkface and Donnie the Shark.[42] Jon Hamm guest stars as the business executive Don Grouper in "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?".

Reception[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

In a DVD review for a season release, Paul Mavis of DVD Talk was positive on the episode "Extreme Spots", writing "[It] gets big laughs from some very funny bits, including a motorcycle ripping off SpongeBob's arms, and SpongeBob's pathetic attempts at 'extreme jump roping' and 'extreme pillow fighting.'"[22] However, the episode "Squirrel Record" was described by Mavis as "the weakest entry" on the set.[22]

The episode "Gary's New Toy" received a nomination at the 2013 Golden Reel Awards for the Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR Animation in Television category.[43] The show itself received several recognition. At the 40th Daytime Emmy Awards, the series was nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Animation.[44] The show won the 2013 Kids' Choice Awards for Favorite Cartoon.[45] It also won the ASCAP Film and Television Awards for Top Television Series.[46] At the BMI Film & TV Awards, the show won the BMI Cable Award.[47] Sarah Noonan was nominated at the Artios Awards of the Casting Society of America for her work.[48] The episode "Company Picnic" was currently nominated for an Emmy for "Outstanding Short-format Animated Program."[49]

Political controversy[edit]

In 2013, the controversial episode "SpongeBob, You're Fired" was criticized for its line that is referring to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps benefit).[50][51][52] During a scene from the episode, Patrick Star tried to show SpongeBob "the benefits of being unemployed," at which he said in response, "Unemployment may be fun for you, but I need to get a job."[50][51][52] The scene was meant to demonstrate the title character's "eternal optimism and willingness to get back to work," and "do it in a way that's still funny and relatable."[51] However, it was reported that political activists claim the "notorious line" as a "slam" to the Food Stamps benefit.[50][51][52] In a report by The Hollywood Reporter, it stated there that the episode may have a political agenda about the social safety net.[53] It added that "It's not the first time SpongeBob has waded into social commentary, though usually when it does, it bugs the right and supports the left."[53] This incident sparked a political debate,[50][53][54][55] after the New York Post and Fox News remarked on the episode. The Media Matters for America, a politically progressive media watchdog group, responded.[53][56] According to the group, the attacking news media, both owned by News Corporation, are using the episode "to slam poor people who use social services."[56][57] In response to Fox News, Media Matters immediately posted an item titled "Right-Wing Media Use SpongeBob SquarePants' Firing To Attack Social Safety Net", arguing that the talking heads "are using the firing of fictional cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants to attack the social safety net and those who rely on it."[53][56][58] The article said "Right-wing media have a long history of attacking the social safety net. Media Matters was "also particularly bothered by [a] line from The Post story: "Lest he sit around idly, mooching off the social services of Bikini Bottom, a depressed SpongeBob sets out to return to gainful employment wherever he can find it," reporter Andrea Morabito wrote. "No spoilers -- but it's safe to say that our hero doesn't end up on food stamps, as his patty-making skills turn out to be in high demand."[53][53][56] Furthermore, the coverage from Fox News prompted civil rights activist, and talk show host Al Sharpton of MSNBC to "stick up for poor Americans."[59][60][61] Sharpton remarked in the October 31 episode of PoliticsNation, "The right-wingers found a new hero in its war against the poor [...] SpongeBob SquarePants. That's right. SpongeBob SquarePants [...] So a sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea doesn't need government help. That means no one does?"[59][60][61]

Nickelodeon declined to comment on the issue caused by the message of the episode.[61] However, Russell Hicks of Nickelodeon said the show is "tapping into the news of the moment, but did not specifically address any political leanings or ideologies within the episode."[52] In a statement, Hicks said "Like all really great cartoons, part of SpongeBob's long-running success has been its ability to tap into the zeitgeist while still being really funny for our audience. As always, despite this momentary setback, SpongeBob's eternal optimism prevails, which is always a great message for everyone."[52]

Episodes[edit]

  • Note: The following episodes listed in the chart are arranged according to their production order, rather than by their original air dates.[62]
No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Animation directors  Written by Storyboarded by [a] Original air date [63] U.S. viewers
(millions)
179a 1a "Extreme Spots" Tom Yasumi Luke Brookshier, Marc Ceccarelli, and Derek Iversen Luke Brookshier & Marc Ceccarelli (directors) July 21, 2012 ( July 21, 2012) 3.70[64]

When the Drasticals come to town, SpongeBob and Patrick try to do whatever it takes to join them, no matter how extreme – or dangerous. Whether attempting sand motorbiking, hang gliding, seashell surfing or extreme bubble blowing, SpongeBob and Patrick undertake the challenge in an effort to demonstrate they are extreme.

Guest appearance: Johnny Knoxville as Johnny Krill.
179b 1b "Squirrel Record" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Marc Ceccarelli, and Derek Iversen Luke Brookshier & Marc Ceccarelli (directors) July 21, 2012 ( July 21, 2012) 3.70[64]
Sandy is determined to break a record number of world records, in record time, so SpongeBob joins her for an action-packed weekend of dangerous record setting.
180a 2a "Patrick-Man!" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors) October 27, 2012 ( October 27, 2012) 4.10[65]

Patrick becomes a "superhero" and starts terrorizing the citizens of Bikini Bottom.

Guest appearances: Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway as Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy.
180b 2b "Gary's New Toy" Tom Yasumi Marc Ceccarelli and Derek Iversen Marc Ceccarelli (director) October 14, 2012 ( October 14, 2012) 2.36[66]
SpongeBob must take drastic measures when Gary's new red ball starts to control him.
181a 3a "License to Milkshake" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors) September 7, 2012 ( September 7, 2012) 3.13[67]

SpongeBob returns to the milk-shake academy after discovering his milk-shake license has expired.

Guest appearance: Michael McKean as Captain Frostymug.
181b 3b "Squid Baby" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors) September 3, 2012 ( September 3, 2012) 3.36[68]
A head injury causes Squidward to regress to an infant state, and SpongeBob and Patrick must take care of him until he recovers.
182a 4a "Little Yellow Book" Alan Smart Luke Brookshier, Marc Ceccarelli, and Derek Iversen Luke Brookshier & Marc Ceccarelli (directors) March 2, 2013 ( March 2, 2013) 4.73[69]
Squidward discovers SpongeBob's diary and reads it to everyone in the Krusty Krab, and SpongeBob is devastated.
182b 4b "Bumper to Bumper" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors) November 17, 2012 ( November 17, 2012) 4.01[70]
Mrs. Puff tries a new method to get SpongeBob to pass his driving test. At first point, it's successful, but her parole officer arrests her for driving recklessly during the test and tears up SpongeBob's license, so as usual, it fails.
183a 5a "Eek, an Urchin!" Alan Smart Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier, and Mr. Lawrence Marc Ceccarelli & Luke Brookshier (directors) October 27, 2012 ( October 27, 2012) 4.10[65]
SpongeBob finds an urchin in the Krusty Krab and tries to get rid of it.
183b 5b "Squid Defense" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Blake Lemons, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas & Blake Lemons (directors) January 1, 2013 ( January 1, 2013) 3.70[71]
After Squidward is cornered in a dark alley and his groceries are stolen, he asks SpongeBob and Sandy to teach him karate so he can defend himself if it ever happens again.
184a 6a "Jailbreak!" Alan Smart Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier, and Mr. Lawrence Marc Ceccarelli & Luke Brookshier (directors) March 16, 2013 ( March 16, 2013) 3.81[72]
Plankton teams up with his criminal friends to break out of jail in order to steal Mr. Krabs' secret formula. Luckily, SpongeBob intervenes with the jailbreak plot.
184b 6b "Evil Spatula" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Blake Lemons, and Andrew Goodman Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas & Blake Lemons (directors) March 9, 2013 ( March 9, 2013) 4.04[73]
SpongeBob replaces his broken spatula with one from Plankton, which may have magical strength and powers.
185 7 "It Came from Goo Lagoon"
"SpongeBob vs. the Goo"
Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier, Derek Iversen, and Mr. Lawrence Marc Ceccarelli & Luke Brookshier (directors) February 17, 2014[nb 1] ( February 17, 2014[nb 1]) 4.04[74]
SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward discover a wave of mucus bubbles coming from Goo Lagoon, and Sandy realizes they are dangerous, but no one listens to her due to the trio's promoting of the bubbles, until they become a giant goo ball, which Plankton is trying to control.
186a 8a "Safe Deposit Krabs" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Blake Lemons, and Derek Iversen Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas & Blake Lemons (directors) May 25, 2013 ( May 25, 2013) 4.18[75]
Mr. Krabs finds himself trapped in Bikini Bottom's brand-new bank, "Bank of Bikini Bottom Bank", on the verge of getting instant interest, and it's up to SpongeBob and Patrick to save him.
186b 8b "Plankton's Pet" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier, and Mr. Lawrence Marc Ceccarelli & Luke Brookshier (directors) January 19, 2013 ( January 19, 2013) 4.37[76]
After failing again to steal the Krabby Patty secret formula, Plankton gets a pet amoeba to cheer himself up.
187a 9a "Don't Look Now" Tom Yasumi Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier, and Mr. Lawrence Marc Ceccarelli & Luke Brookshier (directors) October 14, 2013[nb 2] ( October 14, 2013[nb 2]) 3.42[77]
After SpongeBob and Patrick watch a horror movie, they are convinced that the villain of the movie exists and is after them.
187b 9b "Séance Shméance" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors) October 14, 2013[nb 2] ( October 14, 2013[nb 2]) 3.42[77]
SpongeBob attempts to contact spirits in order to find a long-lost sandwich recipe.
188a 10a "Kenny the Cat" Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, Blake Lemons, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas & Blake Lemons (directors) March 29, 2014 (2014-03-29)[nb 3] 4.33[78]

SpongeBob becomes obsessed with Bikini Bottom's new star, Kenny the Cat, who can hold his breath for an incredible amount of time. Sandy, however, thinks Kenny is a fraud. After SpongeBob invites Kenny to the Krusty Krab and discovers that he is indeed a fraud, he tries to help Kenny cover up against logic-backed Sandy.

Guest appearance: Biz Markie as Kenny the Cat.
188b 10b "Yeti Krabs" Alan Smart Casey Alexander, Zeus Cervas, and Mr. Lawrence Casey Alexander & Zeus Cervas (directors) March 29, 2015 (2015-03-29)[nb 3] 2.25[79]
Squidward stops doing work at the Krusty Krab, so Mr. Krabs tells a scary story about a yeti crab that eats lazy employees. When a real one shows up at the Krusty Krab, SpongeBob takes it seriously and starts working in overdrive.
189 11 "SpongeBob You're Fired" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier, and Mr. Lawrence Marc Ceccarelli & Luke Brookshier (directors) November 11, 2013[nb 4] ( November 11, 2013[nb 4]) 5.19[80]
After being let go by Mr. Krabs in a cost-cutting measure, SpongeBob looks to take his talents elsewhere.
190a 12a "Lost in Bikini Bottom" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Jack Pendarvis Bob Camp July 16, 2015 ( July 16, 2015) 3.20[81]
SpongeBob gets lost after trying to take a short-cut to the Krusty Krab.
190b 12b "Tutor Sauce" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Jack Pendarvis Fred Osmond July 16, 2015 ( July 16, 2015) 3.20[81]
SpongeBob is sad because he failed another driving test and starts ruining patties. Mr. Krabs offers to teach SpongeBob how to drive, but SpongeBob repeatedly destroys the Krusty Krab.
191a 13a "Squid Plus One" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch and Jack Pendarvis Fred Osmond September 7, 2015 ( September 7, 2015) 1.98[82]
Squidward receives an invitation to a gallery opening and scrambles to find a friend to take with him, but whenever he tries to invite someone, he either ends up offending him or vice versa. Meanwhile, SpongeBob eagerly awaits Squidward's invite.
191b 13b "The Executive Treatment" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Jack Pendarvis Fred Osmond September 7, 2015 ( September 7, 2015) 1.98[82]

While trying to order the executive sandwich from the Krusty Krab, Patrick gets swept up in the fast-paced world of business. He is afraid to say he is not a part of the business, out of fear of being convicted as a spy.

Guest appearance: Frank Ferrante as the business manager.
192a 14a "Company Picnic" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch and Jack Pendarvis Lynne Naylor September 25, 2015 ( September 25, 2015) 1.61[83]
Mr. Krabs holds the Krusty Krab's first annual company picnic to boost morale, but Plankton hosts his own picnic on the same day.
192b 14b "Pull Up a Barrel"
"The Navy Days"
Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Jack Pendarvis Bob Camp September 18, 2015 ( September 18, 2015) 2.09[84]
Mr. Krabs tells SpongeBob and Squidward a tale from his old navy days.
193a 15a "Sanctuary!"
"One Snail Sponge[85]"
Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch Fred Osmond October 16, 2015 ( October 16, 2015) 1.28[86]

SpongeBob takes stray snails into his home.

Guest appearance: Bob Barker as Bob Barnacle.
193b 15b "What's Eating Patrick?" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch and Jack Pendarvis Joe Wierenga October 2, 2015 ( October 2, 2015) 1.77[87]
Patrick enters an eating competition to uphold Bikini Bottom's honor.
194a 16a "Patrick! The Game" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch Fred Osmond November 11, 2015 (2015-11-11) 2.05[88]
Patrick creates a board game, and invites SpongeBob, Squidward, and Sandy to come play it. However, Squidward accuses Patrick of making up too many rules.
194b 16b "The Sewers of Bikini Bottom" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kaz Lynne Naylor November 11, 2015 (2015-11-11) 2.05[88]

After accidentally flushing Mr. Krabs' safe, SpongeBob and Squidward must go into the sewers to retrieve it.

Guest appearance: Jeff Bennett as Charlton Hawkfish and the hot dog vendor.
195a 17a "SpongeBob LongPants" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kaz Lynne Naylor February 15, 2016 (2016-02-15) 2.93[89]

SpongeBob's life changes when he swaps his old square pants for a new pair of jeans.

Guest appearance: Jeff Bennett as the fancy fish.
195b 17b "Larry's Gym" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Jack Pendarvis Fred Osmond February 15, 2016 (2016-02-15) 2.93[89]
When Larry the Lobster opens a new gym, SpongeBob becomes his #1 customer.
196a 18a "The Fish Bowl" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch and Jack Pendarvis John Trabbic May 2, 2016 (2016-05-02)[nb 5] 1.96[90]
Sandy tries to study SpongeBob and Patrick's behavior, but her science experiment goes horribly awry.
196b 18b "Married to Money" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Josh Androsky and Daniel Dominguez Lynne Naylor May 3, 2016 (2016-05-03)[nb 6] 1.76[91]
Mr. Krabs takes Plankton's advice, and finally marries the only thing he ever loved...money.
197a 19a "Mall Girl Pearl" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Clare O'Kane John Trabbic March 12, 2016 (2016-03-12) 3.11[92]

Pearl tries to get a job at the Bikini Bottom Mall, but only one store is hiring, and it is not very popular.

Guest appearances: Betty White as Beatrice and Aubrey Plaza as Nocturna.
197b 19b "Two Thumbs Down" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch Fred Osmond March 12, 2016 (2016-03-12) 3.11[92]
SpongeBob breaks his thumbs after using them too much. He then realizes that he may never use his thumbs ever again.
198a 20a "Sharks vs. Pods" Tom Yasumi Solomon Georgio Shellie O'Brien May 4, 2016 (2016-05-04) 1.81[93]

The next confrontation of the toughest guys in town, "The Sharks", may be too much for SpongeBob to handle.

Guest appearances: Henry Winkler as Sharkface, Michael McKean as Lonnie the Shark and David Lander as Donnie the Shark.
198b 20b "CopyBob DittoPants" Alan Smart Kaz Howie Perry May 5, 2016 (2016-05-05) 1.71[94]
Plankton clones SpongeBob to steal the secret formula, but his plans may be ruined by the original SpongeBob.
199a 21a "Sold!" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch and Kaz Shellie O'Brien May 6, 2016 (2016-05-06) 1.80[95]

SpongeBob and Patrick believe their homes have been sold, so they move away, which thrills Squidward.

Guest appearance: James Arnold Taylor as Nick Fishkins and the isopod.
199b 21b "Lame and Fortune" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Mr. Lawrence Chong Lee July 11, 2016 (2016-07-11)[nb 7] 1.96[96]
Plankton realizes that fortune cookies can predict the future, so he changes them to fit his plans.
200 22 "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?"
"Factory Fresh"
Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Kyle McCulloch Fred Osmond February 20, 2017 (2017-02-20) 2.67[97]

SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs seek business advice from an ad executive in Mr. Krabs' endeavor to launch a line of frozen Krabby Patties. Once Mr. Krabs gains success from this, he stops selling fresh Krabby Patties and turns the Krusty Krab into a museum, which means SpongeBob must save the Krabby Patty, as well as his friendship with Patrick.
Guest appearance: Jon Hamm as Don Grouper.

Note: There were five shorts that showed on February 18, 2017 for the special before it aired.
201a 23a "Sandy's Nutmare" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Andrew Goodman John Trabbic July 12, 2016 (2016-07-12) 2.00[98]

Sandy creates a popular food item from acorns, but her greed takes a toll on her tree.

Guest appearance: Eric Bauza as The Shalmon.
201b 23b "Bulletin Board" Alan Smart and Tom Yasumi Jack Pendarvis Ed Baker October 1, 2016 (2016-10-01)[nb 8] 2.11[99]
SpongeBob erects a community bulletin board in the Krusty Krab, but anonymous reviews posted on it lead to trouble.
202a 24a "Food Con Castaways" Alan Smart Josh Androsky and Daniel Dominguez Chris Allison and Ryan Kramer July 13, 2016 (2016-07-13) 2.02[100]
The gang heads to a food convention, but trouble stirs when they get deserted in the woods.
202b 24b "Snail Mail" Tom Yasumi Clare O'Kane Chong Lee October 22, 2016 (2016-10-22)[nb 9] 1.67[101]
SpongeBob accidentally fibs to his pen pal, but when his friend comes to visit, he must keep the ruse going!
203a 25a "Pineapple Invasion" Alan Smart Kaz Fred Osmond July 14, 2016 (2016-07-14) 2.24[102]
SpongeBob hides the secret formula in his house, and Gary must protect it from Plankton.
203b 25b "Salsa Imbecilicus" Tom Yasumi Kaz Brian Morante July 15, 2016 (2016-07-15) 1.83[103]
Sandy and Karen must save the day when a freak accident causes everyone in town to become as stupid as Patrick.
204a 26a "Mutiny on the Krusty" Tom Yasumi Kaz Fred Osmond October 8, 2016 (2016-10-08) 1.93[104]
When the Krusty Krab is blown away by a storm, an insane Mr. Krabs has to guide his employees and customers back to their homes.
204b 26b "The Whole Tooth"
"The Tooth, the Whole Tooth, and Nothing But the Tooth"
Alan Smart Kyle McCulloch John Trabbic December 3, 2016 (2016-12-03)[nb 10] 2.12[105]
Patrick has to lose his last baby tooth, but he is frightened.
  1. ^ a b Information is taken from the opening credits of each episode.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This episode first aired on June 27, 2013 in Greece.
  2. ^ a b This episode first aired on July 1, 2013 in Greece.
  3. ^ a b This episode first aired on July 2, 2013 in Greece.
  4. ^ This episode first aired on July 3, 2013 in Greece.
  5. ^ This episode first aired on April 27, 2016 in Poland.
  6. ^ This episode first aired on April 29, 2016 in Germany and Poland.
  7. ^ This episode first aired on July 7, 2016 in Israel.
  8. ^ This episode first aired on August 12, 2016 in Canada.
  9. ^ This episode first aired on October 7, 2016 in Canada.
  10. ^ This episode first aired on November 23, 2016 in Israel.

References[edit]

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