SpongeBob SquarePants 9 Seasons 2011

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Season 8
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8. House Sittin' for Sandy/Smoothe Jazz at Bikini Bottom TV-Y7 CC

SpongeBob house-sits for Sandy, and all is quiet until Patrick shows up. After losing their passes, SpongeBob and Squidward try to sneak backstage at the sold-out Kelpy G show.

Starring:
Tom Kenny, Bill Fagerbakke
Runtime:
24 minutes
Original air date:
September 30, 2011

House Sittin' for Sandy/Smoothe Jazz at Bikini Bottom

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Season 8
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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Comedy, Kids & Family
Starring Tom Kenny, Bill Fagerbakke
Supporting actors Carolyn Lawrence, Rodger Bumpass, Jill Talley, Dee Bradley Baker
Season year 2012
Network NICKELODEON
Producers Stephen Hillenburg, Jennie Monica, Paul Tibbitt, Paul Tibbitt
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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My kids love Spongebob.
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There are parts I just laugh about even after I watch it, then I have to make up something just so I can explain why I am laughing!!!
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39 of 47 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 7, 2013
Format: DVD
Join SpongeBob and his friends with all 26 episodes from the shows's complete 8th season!

Contains the episodes:
153. Accidents Will Happen / The Other Patty
154. Drive Thru / The Hot Shot
155. A Friendly Game / Sentimental Sponge
156. Frozen Face-Off
157. Squidward's School for Grown-Ups / Oral Report
158. Sweet and Sour Squid / The Googly Artiste
159. A SquarePants Family Vacation
160. Patrick's Staycation / Walking the Plankton
161. Mooncation / Mr. Krabs Takes A Vacation
162. Ghoul Fools
163. Mermaid Begins / Plankton's Good Eye
164. Barnacle Face / Pet Sitter Pat
165. House Sittin' for Sandy / Smoothe Jazz at Bikini Bottom
166. Bubble Troubles / The Way of the Sponge
167. The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom / Bubble Buddy Returns
168. Restraining SpongeBob / Fiasco!
169. Are You Happy Now? / Planet of the Jellyfish
170. Free Samples / Home Sweet Rubble
171. Karen 2.0 / InSPONGEiac
172. Face Freeze! / Glove World R.I.P.
173. Squidtis / Demolition Doofus
174. Treats! / For Here or to Go?
175. It's a SpongeBob Christmas!
176. Super Evil Aquatic Villain Team Up is Go! / Chum Fricassee
177. The Good Krabby Name / Move It or Lose It
178. Hello Bikini Bottom!

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By cathairetic on June 23, 2013
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When Spongebob first appeared on television I was amazed at the imagination of the creator and not in a good way. Then my little (at the time) grandson wanted to watch it and I watched along with him. I am now 67 years old and I absolutely love Spongebob. I have all the episodes and am totally hooked. It's amazing what people can learn from some silly undersea creatures.

Life lessons are freely offered in almost every episode: How to behave in public, how to be kind to others, how to be helpful, how to know when to stop a particular behavior, what things are most important in life, etc.

Squidward is my favorite character, followed by greedy Mr. Krabs. Patrick Star has to be the most stupid character on television, but even he comes up with totally wise and relevant comments every so often. Spongebob is just great fun for everyone. Watch and learn. Watch and learn. Sometimes a bit of silliness is needed in life and Spongebob comes through with this also.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mikel on December 13, 2012
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I loved spongebob even before i had kids of my own! Now we get to watch it together. We have every season except for the one currently showing on tv.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Joe on October 10, 2012
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The new Spongebob special, "Hello Bikini Bottom" (A.K.A. "Spongebob On Tour"), was really impressive, especially for a new episode!

It had a solid plot, and contained humor much like that of the classic episodes (1999-2004). Squidward even vaguely referenced what is (arguably) one of the series's most popular episodes: "Band Geeks". But what really won me over was the extremely impressive montage-esque musical numbers. Like the humor, the songs harkened back to Spongebob's golden era, which is something we haven't seen in a while. The songs in this special honestly remind me of classic Spongebob songs, such as; "Ripped Pants", "Loop de Loop", "F.U.N Song", and "Without You". For a few seasons, the show's music seemed forced, unoriginal, unfunny, and EXTREMELY corny. There is no doubt that seasons 5, 6, and some of 7 flat-out sucked, but season 8 showed a huge incline in the show's quality. This particular special is proof that the show is going back uphill. I'm happy to announce that, after 4 or 5 years of thinking my favorite childhood show was done for, it is now back in full-swing. It's great to have good 'ole Spongey Back!
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My youngest loves SpongeBob, and I gotta say, I think he's okay too. My personal favorite character is Plankton. How can you not laugh at Sheldon and his computer wife. The series is getting long in the tooth, but it's still good clean entertainment for anyone under 12.....or for older weirdos who never grow up......like me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ToonXpert87 on March 6, 2014
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Believe it or not, the 8th season of SpongeBob really was the final SpongeBob season filmed in Fullscreen, with the exception of It's A SpongeBob Christmas, which was the 2nd episode in production order filmed in HD-Widescreen, AND the first animated appearance of Patchy and Potty, as the original Christmas special was their first appearance period; this season originally ran brand-new from March 2011 to December 2012. This season contains a lot of landmark fan faves, such as Squidward faking being injured at work, Mr. Krabs and Plankton trying to steal a new popular recipe (The Flabby Patty, with season 4's Best Frenemies it was Kelp Shakes), Tom Wilson's first time on SpongeBob since Stinky in season 5's Friend Or Foe (This time as Tony Fast Sr.), SpongeBob taking sentimental value WAY too far, the Frozen Face-off with a stop-motion-animated Abominable Snow-Mollusk (all her animation was a warm-up for the aforementioned instant holiday classic, from the same people who made Truth Or Square's special opening), Patrick being "grown up" due to a sleeping wooly urchin, SpongeBob's OralReportItis, the 2nd SpongeBob mini-series ever made (Runaway Roadtrip, though never called that name on this set, containing 1 double-length special and 4 single-length chapters), 2 beloved instant holiday classics (Ghoul Fools for Halloween and It's A SpongeBob Christmas, the latter being SpongeBob AND Nick's first all-stop-motion-animated special, but in letterbox-Widescreen on this set, and also another non-Rankin/Bass, -Disney, or -Hanna Barbera Christmas favorite of mine.Read more ›
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