Yellow and porous

Clearly this explains the absorbent little fellow’s enduring popularity:

Didn’t take too long to find this one:

Whelk Attack: He and the rest of Bikini Bottomites are eaten by infected whelks.

This, however, is something to savor:

Jellyfishing: A jellyfish stings Squidward while he is riding his bike, causing him to lose control and ride off a cliff, with an unusual and unexplained nuclear explosion as he hits the ground. The incident leaves Squidward in an electric wheelchair with a full body cast that prevents him from any body movement. And during the welcome party SpongeBob and Patrick had thrown, Patrick blows piping hot soup in his face. Then during when SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward are at Jellyfish Fields for jellyfishing. Patrick stabs a jellyfish net through his casted hand and when Squidward got a jellyfish he got zapped by a giant jellyfish. This leaves Squidward in an even fuller body cast on an electric bed and at the end of the episode the giant jellyfish returns and zaps Squidward again breaking his body cast.

Littlest Pet Shop, it isn’t.





2 comments »

  1. fillyjonk »

    30 September 2017 · 12:00 pm

    SpongeBob is one of those cartoons that has some really unsettling themes to it, if you think very hard about it. In some ways it’s a slightly-toned-down descendant of “Ren and Stimpy,” which, wow….I’m amazed it lasted on a “kids’ channel” as long as it did.

  2. Chuck Pergiel »

    2 October 2017 · 8:50 am

    “an unusual and unexplained nuclear explosion”. What a well turned phrase, especially in this context.

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