Then he saws, drills and hammers three boards at the same time. He sees the patty fall and grabs it before it falls. Rough Storyboard of There's A Sponge In My Soup by Kelly Armstrong Hippies in search of a warm place to live, end up squatting in SpongeBob's fresh soup. Another boring sounding episode that somehow reached my expectations. Either way, this was a simple episode that managed to work, even though in the end, it's just another Krusty Krab episode. It's such a nice day, and all.
Everyone upstairs still continues to dance as the original Krusty Krab sinks into the mud. Check them out below, and watch the finished episodes at and on the Nick App! I mean, it went from SpongeBob being afraid of getting off the roof to the customers eating on the roof to a storm blowing everyone away to everyone dancing. Related Subreddits: Our friends: Throughout the series SpongeBob Squarepants, SpongeBob constantly tries to be close with Squidward, who hates him for ruining his life. Stuck On The Roof starts out this way as well, he throws a krabby patty in Squidwards face which gets sucked up the chimney, then stands on Swuidwards head which is pressed against the grill in an attempt to take it out. He pushes SpongeBob and pulls himself of the grill's surface. I just press this button, and.
I better make more room up here. Rule 9 - Unapproved advertising Whether you want to promote your podcast, Youtube channel or blog, we do ask that you contact the mod team via mod mail before you post, but we are more likely to turn you down if it is not FanTheory related. A lot of people talked about him twerking in this episode, but no one is talking about him dabbing. He even renovated his counter into a bed. You can't be bored when there's dancing! I really liked the idea of SpongeBob getting stuck on the Krusty Krab roof and eventually everyone joined in the fun. Hugs and maybe There's a Sponge in my Soup might be even better. Oh, I did not need to see Squidward's ripped skin, artists, thank you very much.
Krabs: You know, after all that dancing and partying today, tomorrow's gonna feel like starting a new business! Sauidward in the meantime is making the now empty inside of the Krusty Krab his own palace. And oh, did I spot another Bubble Bass cameo? He grumbles as he grabs his original face. Kind of a mediocre episode for this season. But Buddy climbs up and eats it before him. He hammers a board with a nail. Fastforward to the later premse of the episode, SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs: SpongeBob, I order you to come down here immediately! He falls onto a plank of the roof that tosses SpongeBob upwards, but SpongeBob fell right down back to where he was.
I'm stuck up on this roof. Maybe this will grow onto me a little later on, but for now I'll give it a 6. And I doubt they were going for a dab, but it only seems like it because this episode was made in 2017, when dabbing is a thing. He uses his tongue as a measuring stick to measure another board. Hey, maybe I can see them from up here. Still this episode left me kind of empty. I can't believe I just said that.
Krabs is now seen with a mug of coffee. Vincent Waller, the Creative Director on Nickelodeon's hit original animated series SpongeBob SquarePants, has unveiled a raft of Sponge-Tastic videos on his featuring the storyboards for some of the latest brand-new SpongeBob SquarePants episodes! And also how in the end, Squidward is again screwed over by SpongeBob. I think I'll stay where I am. Watch more SpongeBob SquarePants on Nickelodeon and Nicktoons! Inside Squidward's house, Squidward is preparing himself dinner. Yes, twerking will become severely outdated by the 20s, however, I personally feel as though this clip will age better than most would think.
Wow, they're really wanting to make him a recurring character at this point. Rule 10 - Posts must be flaired We ask that you flair your post based on these criteria: FanTheory - A theory regarding past or present works. Outside, the rain starts wearing out the mud, and so the Krusty Krab begins to sink in. Because I hate dabs so much that it would really bother me if there was one in it. It doesn't matter anyway though sine Spongebob didn't actually dab. Soon, the weather starts to rain and thunder. Krabs and SpongeBob are continuing filling out orders for the customers.
As long as that patty's stuck in the chimney, it's money outta me pocket! First up, the pacing is swift and incoherent. These internet terms are really beginning to ruin the intentions of such scenes. The only good thing that stuck out was SpongeBob's dance at the beginning. He happily wakes up from his tiredness and hugs the grill. Your old pal Patrick has another plan to get you off this roof. The patty flies into Squidward's face and gets sucked into the chimney.
And I don't recall laughing either. A chipper sea sponge and his nautical neighbors make waves in the deep-sea city of Bikini Bottom in this clever and playful kiddie cartoon aimed at preschoolers. Time to come back down and get to work so I can garnish your wages for wasting that patty! What somebody thinks of an episode is entirely decided by how they feel about an episode, so telling me I can't feel this way about an episode if it had the dab in it is basically telling me to lie about the quality. Some will obviously see it as a reference to twerking, but I can see kids of the future watching this episode, just thinking SpongeBob is being silly, shaking his butt to the music. Grade: C+ Like it's sister, this episode left me kind of confused, but not in a good way nor a bad way. They literally show the Krusty Krab and they even played The Rake Hornpipe as a title card music.
Krabs: Wait, wait, don't go! Do you think he dabbed? The patty is ruined and the customers cry. The concept was good, but the episode was very unfocused and all over the place. He then watches through Squidwards window. It looks like he dabbed to me, but it could just be part of his dance. Confirmed - Theories which have turned out to be right but must be back up with supporting external evidence. Suddenly, smoke fills up the entire restaurant. Rough Storyboard of Stuck On the Roof by Kelly Armstrong SpongeBob develops a fear of heights while attempting to climb down from the roof of the Krusty Krab.