REVIEW: SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS “Big Bad Bubble Bass; Sea-Man Sponge Haters Club”



“The Big Bad Bubble Bass”

Karen tells the fairy tale of a nerd trying to steal an action figure from his three little neighbors.

Sea-Man Sponge Enemy Club”

Squidward hosts a secret We Hate SpongeBob club in his home.

Our opinion

For the first episode, it’s a basic but wacky “The 3 Little Pigs” retelling, but this time around instead of a wolf, it’s obese nerdy fanboy Bubble Bass dressed as a wolf who’s obsessed with the game. obtaining a very specific figurine that SpongeBob and Patrick got their hands on before him. Therefore, the procedure leads to a unique conclusion that is very different from the classic fairy tale…

As for the other, a small group of individuals that SpongeBob has unwittingly annoyed with the crap of everyone show up at Squidward to therapeutically vent their grievances about SpongeBob at Squidward. This is all used as a framing device to tell a series of short stories which in itself is a red flag since Squidward is right next to the very person they openly perceive as an intolerable nuisance. While SpongeBob isn’t inherently evil, why he was never arrested or at least fired for half of this antics is a mystery to me…

Overall, both episodes were okay. The first functioned as a simple parody of a well-established fairy tale with the details and motivations changed here and there, while the other felt like a small series of stories built around the annoyed characters of SpongeBob SquarePants and from how they perceive it, which is often shown in several styles of art, including a “Rat Fink” inspired grotesque which I think was at least neat…


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