SpongeBob SquarePants 9 Seasons 2000

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Patrick feels snubbed when SpongeBob's Valentine's Day gift doesn't arrive as planned./SpongeBob turns Squidward's old gum wrapper into a magical toy.

Starring:
Tom Kenny, Rodger Bumpass
Runtime:
24 minutes
Original air date:
February 14, 2000

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    1. Help Wanted/Reef Blowers/Tea at the Treedome SpongeBob finally applies for a job at the Krusty Krab / SpongeBob finds the perfect use for his high powered reef blower / SpongeBob meets Sandy Cheeks for the first time.

    TV-Y7 24min May 1, 1999
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    2. Bubblestand/Ripped Pants SpongeBob introduces his unique talent of bubble blowing / When SpongeBob tries to impress Sandy Cheeks at Mussel Beach, he ends up ripping his pants.

    TV-Y7 24min July 17, 1999
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    3. Jellyfishing/Plankton While Squidward recovers from a bicycle accident, SpongeBob and Patrick take him jellyfishing./SpongeBob falls victim to a scheme by the evil Plankton.

    TV-Y7 24min July 31, 1999
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    4. Naughty Nautical Neighbors/Boating School Squidward plays a joke on SpongeBob and Patrick.But the joke backfires on Squidward./It's exam time again at Mrs. Puff's Boating School.

    TV-Y7 24min August 7, 1999
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    5. Pizza Delivery/Home Sweet Pineapple Mr. Krabs has SpongeBob and Squidward make the first successful pizza delivery / SpongeBob starts losing his pineapple house to parasites.

    TV-Y7 24min August 14, 1999
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    6. Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy/Pickles SpongeBob loses his self-confidence when an arrogant customer claims SpongeBob forgot to put pickles on his Krabby Patty.

    TV-Y7 24min August 21, 1999
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    7. Hall Monitor/Jellyfish Jam Mrs. Puff's Boating School picks SpongeBob as this weeks Hall Monitor./Over the repeated warning of his friends, SpongeBob takes a wild jellyfish home.

    TV-Y7 24min August 28, 1999
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    8. Sandy's Rocket/Squeaky Boots Sandy has taken on the enviable mission of taking a rocket ship into outer space / Mr. Krabs surreptitiously gives SpongeBob a pair of squeaky boots in lieu of pay.

    TV-Y7 24min September 17, 1999
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    9. Nature Pants/Opposite Day SpongeBob decides to leave his industrialized life and live off the land with the jellyfish./Fed up with SpongeBob and Patrick, Squidward decides to sell his house.

    TV-Y7 24min September 11, 1999
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    10. Culture Shock/F.U.N. There's a talent show at the Krusty Krab and Squidward takes over the planning / The evil Plankton trys to steal a Krusty Krabs' Krabby Patty.

    TV-Y7 24min September 18, 1999
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    11. MuscleBob Buffpants/Squidward, The Unfriendly Ghost SpongeBob finds out there's no substitute for hard work / Squidward is accidentally hit with a flying shell and later think he's a ghost.

    TV-Y7 24min October 2, 1999
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    12. The Chaperone/Employee of the Month When Mr. Krab's daughter Pearl is stood up, SpongeBob agrees to step in / Mr. Krabs dupes SpongeBob into believing he might break his winning streak and lose to Squidward.

    TV-Y7 24min March 8, 2000
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    13. Scaredy Pants/I Was a Teenage Gary It's Halloween and SpongeBob is the easiest to scare in Bikini Bottom./Squidward reluctantly agrees to take care of SpongeBob's pet snail, Gary.

    TV-Y7 24min October 28, 1999
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    14. SpongeBob 129/Karate Choppers Fleeing from SpongeBob and Patrick's consistant noise, Squidward winds up frozen./SpongeBob and Sandy's incessant Karate sparring is starting to wreak havoc in the Krusty Krab.

    TV-Y7 25min December 31, 1999
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    15. Sleepy Time/Suds SpongeBob suddenly possess the ability to visit the dreams of his friends./SpongeBob comes down with a case of the Suds, an illness which turns him into a bubble-maker.

    TV-Y7 25min January 17, 2000
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    16. Valentine's Day/The Paper Patrick feels snubbed when SpongeBob's Valentine's Day gift doesn't arrive as planned./SpongeBob turns Squidward's old gum wrapper into a magical toy.

    TV-Y7 24min February 14, 2000
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    17. Arrgh!/Rock Bottom A pretend search for gold turns into a real treasure hunt / SpongeBob gets on the wrong bus and finds himself lost in a mysterious part of the sea.

    TV-Y7 24min March 15, 2000
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    18. Texas/Walking Small Sandy is homesick and plans to return home / The evil Plankton is up to no good once again when he tries to manipulate SpongeBob.

    TV-Y7 24min March 22, 2000
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    19. Fools In April/Neptune's Spatula Squidward decides to teach SpongeBob a REAL April Fool's Day prank, but finds out being mean doesn't necessarily mean funny./SpongeBob seizes the mythical spatula of King Neptune.

    TV-Y7 24min April 1, 2000
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    20. Hooky/Mermaid Man II Mr. Krabs warns SpongeBob and Patrick to beware the dangerous fishing hooks!/SpongeBob joins Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy on patrol.

    TV-Y7 25min March 3, 2001

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Alan Smart
Starring Tom Kenny, Rodger Bumpass
Supporting actors Bill Fagerbakke, Carolyn Lawrence, Sirena Irwin, Mary Jo Catlett, Mr. Lawrence, Dee Bradley Baker, Devin Johnson, Sara Paxton, Camryn Walling
Season year 2001
Network NICKELODEON
Executive Producer Donna Castricone
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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250 of 271 people found the following review helpful By mark on August 18, 2003
Format: DVD
Here comes the first season of the cult smash that's fun for kids and adults alike. Spongebob's peculiar charm came from nowhere into one of the most beloved cartoons of recent times and finally we have the complete first season on DVD, instead of the numerous compilations already out. (when will they realize people really want TV released by seasons)
The classic episodes contained here are:
- Bubblestand
- Ripped Pants
- Help Wanted
- Reef Blowers
- Tea at the Treedome
- Jellyfishing
- Plankton!
- Naughty Nautical Neighbors
- Boating School
- Pizza Delivery
- Home Sweet Pineapple
- Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy
- Pickles
- Hall Monitor
- Jellyfish Jam
- Sandy's Rocket
- Squeaky Boots
- Nature Pants
- Opposite Day
- Culture Shock
- F.U.N.
- MuscleBob BuffPants
- Squidward, the Unfriendly Ghost
- The Chaperone
- Employee of the Month
- Scaredy Pants
- I Was a Teen-age Gary
- SB-129
- Karate Choppers
- Sleepy Time
- Suds
- Valentine's Day
- The Paper
- Arrgh!
- Rock Bottom
- Texas
- Walking Small
- Fools in April
- Neptune's Spatula
- Hooky
- Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II
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164 of 185 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 2, 2003
Format: DVD
When I first saw that the first season of Spongebob was coming, I was confused. Why on Earth would they put allmost all of these episodes on DVD again? I mean, couldn't they just put the rest of the episodes on more single DVD's? So then I went onto Spongebob's website, and figured out how many more episodes that weren't already available on the other titles, would be on the first season. There are approximantly 16 episodes that you can't get on the recent DVD's.

Unlike some people, I am a really big DVD collector, and I sometimes buy DVD's that I already have on VHS. And that includes buying the first season of Spongebob when I already have all the other Spongebob titles on DVD.
Here the never before on DVD episodes that will be on the 1st Season :
Bubblestand
Help Wanted
Reef Blowers
Naughty Nautical Neighbors
Home Sweet Pineapple
Sandy's Rocket
Nature Pants
Culture Shock
MuscleBob Buffpants
Employee of the Month
Karatee Choppers
Arrrgh!
Rock Bottom
Walking Small
Fools in April
Neptune's Spatula.
Like I said, even if you have all the Spongebob DVD titles, GO BUY THIS DVD, trust me, you won't be sorry !
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on March 2, 2005
Format: DVD
Spongebob Squarepants, along with Fairly Odd Parents, is the best kid's animated series on TV today. It has the shameless silliness for the kids and the witty cracks and well-evolved characters that adults can appreciate. I am 30 and have watched these episodes numerous times and will continue to. They are just funny. I can relate to Squidward Tentacles' surly "whatever" attitude towards life. The money-grubbing Mr. Krabs is hilarious as well as Spongebob's dim-witted friend, Patrick. Plankton has to be funniest villain on television today! Anyway, this series was spot on from the beginning to which the following first season episodes attest:

Disc 1:

Reef Blower: Contrary to previous reviews, "Help Wanted" (where Spongebob is hired at the Krusty Krab) is not included on this disc. The first episode shown here is the one where Spongebob (SB) and Patrick interrupt Squidward's quiet time by demonstrating the fun one can have with reef blowers.

Tea at the Teadome: Sandy Cheeks the Squirrel is introduced and Patrick gives SB misguided advice on how to handle himself in Sandy's air-filled home.

Bubblestand: Squidward ends up paying for bubble blowing lessons from SB.

Ripped Pants: A beach mishap gives SB his 15 minutes of fame which he soon abuses.

Jellyfishing: SB and Patrick want to give Squidward (in a full body cast after a bicycle accident) his "best day ever" by taking him jellyfishing.

Plankton: [w/ commentary] Introduces Mr. Krab's arch-enemy who tries to take-over SB's brain.

Naughty Nautical Neighbors: Squidward thinks its hilarious to break up SB and Patrick's friendship until they look to him to fill their friendship void.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Sylo on October 20, 2003
Format: DVD
If you didn't know how popular Spongebob is than this is definite proof. The first ever Nick Toon to receive a complete Season 1 DVD release. This is almost unheard of in the world of 12 minute shorts made for children the age 5 and over. Unlike all the other Nick Toons Spongebob has hit a chord that hasn't been struck since the likes of Ren and Stimpy have graced our television sets. Its a shame we all bought the past releases thinking "well this is as good as it gets." I never saw this coming I am both shocked and happily surprised. Sure I feel ripped off, but I'm glad I can get all the episodes now. Those ten per episode discs were boggling my mind with no end as to how would I own them all?
Just release all three seasons within a reasonable time span and one day I will completely forgive them for misleading us with the single disc releases. Can't wait for the movie.
All hail the magic conch!! blurlwowhwowoww!!!
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