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A Day Without Tears (Episode)

"A Day Without Tears" is an episode from Season 7.





SpongeBob cries too much for a whole day, even in a sad song, and Squidward makes a bet with him. The bet is that he does not cry for a whole day, until midnight. SpongeBob accepts the bet. Throughout the bet, Squidward wants SpongeBob to cry so he can lose, but he doesn't cry for a whole day. When the midnight arrives, his tears can't hold back anymore and he cries too much in various places: the Bikini Bottom, Mr. Krabs' office and Patrick's house. At the end, Squidward has to spend the night at SpongeBob's house.


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  • Lionel Fishy is a reference to Lionel Richie.


Transcript for A Day Without Tears

Sours: http://en.spongepedia.org/index.php?title=A_Day_Without_Tears_(Episode)
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A terrifying reference to the viral horror story 'Squidward's Suicide' aired on 'SpongeBob SquarePants' this week

  • Fans of the show "SpongeBob SquarePants" noticed that Saturday's episode, "SpongeBob in RandomLand," featured a terrifying cameo from an internet meme that started with a "creepypasta" called "Squidward's Suicide."
  • A creepypasta (a play on "copypasta") is a horror-related image or story that gets copied and pasted around the internet. "Squidward's Suicide" is one of the best-known creepypastas.
  • The original story, which involves the character Squidward Tentacles killing himself, spawned fan videos and a meme of a black-and-white image of Squidward with glowing red eyes and dripping black tears.
  • The "SpongeBob" animators clearly drew inspiration from the viral image, as well as the story, which includes a scene in Squidward's bedroom with a screaming sound. All three elements were in "RandomLand," which showed Squidward opening doors to see alternate versions of himself.
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Fans of internet horror were stunned to see a clip from the latest episode of "SpongeBob SquarePants" that depicts the "Squidward's Suicide" meme from the classic "creepypasta" of the same name.

Even for those who aren't familiar with the internet urban legend, the scene from the episode that aired Saturday, "SpongeBob in RandomLand," is nightmare fuel. The plot follows SpongeBob and Squidward as they explore a town that doesn't adhere to the rules of logic. At one point, a row of doors appears. Squidward starts opening doors at random to reveal alternate, creepy versions of himself.

The first alternate Squidwards have goofy, gross oversized features, and a laugh track plays behind them. But behind the third door, Squidward's bedroom from inside his Easter Island-head home appears. The screen cuts to static, and then to a terrifying depiction of Squidward with hyperrealistic red eyes and black tears. A scream is heard in the background, and Squidward slams the door.

The scene is a direct reference to "Squidward's Suicide," one of the most popular creepypastas that has spawned its own memes. A creepypasta (a play on the meme-speak "copypasta") is an online horror legend, often involving photo and video manipulations, that gets copied and pasted in forums and on social media.

Creepypastas gave rise to a few mainstream internet-culture fixtures, including "Slenderman," which has since resulted in a feature film, a viral video game, and a real-life criminal case involving two 12-year-olds who stabbed their friend in hopes of summoning the fictional creature.

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The suicidal Squidward cameo is undoubtedly based on the creepypasta. The image matches the description in the original text better than even the fan-made memes do. There are three consistent elements: Squidward's eerie black-and-white face with red eyes and black tears, his bedroom in the background, and the scream that can be heard.

"Squidward's Suicide" has existed online since at least 2012, with YouTube videos depicting the story over the years. Its page on the Creepypasta Wiki became active again over the weekend, with comments like "we did it bois" and "I bet whoever wrote this is probably the happiest person alive right now."

Why the "SpongeBob" animators chose to incorporate the meme is unclear. The show's original target audience has grown up, but it's still predominantly marketed toward children, and the inclusion of the scary Squidward is pretty dark — especially considering its source material, which contains graphic descriptions of murdered children.

Nickelodeon representatives didn't immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

Sours: https://www.insider.com/squidward-suicide-canon-meme-creepypasta-spongebob-squarepants-randomland-2019-9
Squidward Makes Spongebob Crying

Episode Transcript: A Day Without Tears

Episode Article: A Day Without Tears


[edit]Dialogue 23:58, 22 July 2014 (CEST)

(inside his pineapple house, SpongeBob is lying in bed snoring, his foghorn alarm sounds and he wakes up immediately; he inhales deeply, then sighs and opens his window curtains)

SpongeBob: Good morning, day! (he begins to walk, but accidentally steps on the top of his big toe) Ow! (falls over, but gets back up with his toe sore) I stubbed my toe. (he cries profusely like a fountain, leaving a puddle surrounding him)I was walking around... and I stubbed my toe! (later, he walks into his closet and searches though a long line of identical square pants while humming; he picks one, but the wire hanger breaks through the side) (His zero comes out of his nose) Oh, that was my favorite shirt. (cries; later, he appears at his breakfast table eating cereal while listening to the radio)

Radio DJ: and that was "Aja" by Eely Dan. Next up is Lionel Fishy with his hit, "Sad Song".

(the sad song begins to play, the orange slime comes out of his mouth and SpongeBob begins to cry)

SpongeBob: That's a sad song!

Squidward: (inside his house, wearing a robe and towel, while holding a cup of tea and a croissant) That SpongeBob is such a crybaby. And lucky me I get to work with him all day. (he takes a bite out of his croissant while SpongeBob continues to cry from inside his house; later, at the Krusty Krab, SpongeBob is flipping Krabby Patties while singing)

Mr. Krabs: (enters abruptly, startling SpongeBob who flips the patty into the air) SpongeBob, guess what? (the patty lands on the ground because it has yellow slime on the floor) Yeah, I'll come back later. (goes back into his office, SpongeBob sadly picks the patty up by his spatula and carries it to the trash bin)

SpongeBob: He was a good little Krabby Patty. I didn't know him well, but in the few short seconds between grill and floor, I--(opens the trash lid and begins crying)--I came to love him! (the patty slowly slides off his spatula and into the trash bin) IT JUST ISN'T FAIR! (he cries even louder, soaking and enraging Squidward from the counter window)

Squidward: SpongeBob, will you stop crying?!

SpongeBob: (crying) But the Krabby Patty fell on the floor and then he--

Squidward: Krabby Patty nothing! (SpongeBob tries to speak, but Squidward interrupts again by shouting even louder) KRABBY PATTY NOTHING!!!!! (he pants, then SpongeBob whimpers with tears) What now?

SpongeBob: (stifled) You yelled at me, you yelled at me! (sobs loudly, continuing to soak Squidward with tears)

'Squidward: You know there is an old saying, SpongeBob.

SpongeBob: (stops sobbing) What is it?

'Squidward: Don't cry over a soiled krabby patty. And now may I give you a little word of advice: SHUUUUT UUUUUUUUUUP! (leaves)

(SpongeBob sobs loudly again; later outside the kitchen, Squidward stands before SpongeBob next to a board that says 43)

Squidward: All right, look. So far today, and it's not even two o'clock yet, you have cried 43 times!

SpongeBob: And you wrote that number on a chalkboard.

Squidward: Yes!

SpongeBob: Why?

Squidward: (pauses for a second) I have no idea.

SpongeBob: Oh, Squidward, there's no way I cry that much. There's not that many tears in my brain.

Squidward: Au contrariety. (turns on a TV)

SpongeBob: What's this?

Squidward: It's a quick montage of flashback I've edited together that shows the HUNDREDS OF TEARS YOU HAVE CRIED OVER THE YEARS!

(the video begins to play, showing SpongeBob crying behind the grill, at the grocery store, outside Mrs. Puff's Boating School, at Jellyfish Fields, at the bathroom, and at the bus stop)

SpongeBob: (in the video) Boo-hoo-hoo! Sob. Whimper.

Narrator: Thousands of tears later...

(SpongeBob continues to watch himself crying in the video)

SpongeBob: Wow, guess I do cry a lot. I promise I won't cry anymore.

Squidward: Oh, nonsense! I bet you can't go the rest of the day without crying.

SpongeBob: (realizes something) Excuse me a moment. (he walks up to a rotary telephone and dials it, Patrick appears lazily sitting on his coach when his own phone rings)

Patrick: (answers it) Star... residence. Patrick speaking.

SpongeBob: Hey, Patrick.

Patrick: Hey, buddy! Is it 7:30 already?

SpongeBob: No, I'm still at work.

Patrick: How can I help you?

SpongeBob: Do you think that I could go the rest of the day without crying?

Patrick: (mouth full with popcorn) Well, of course you can.

SpongeBob: Okay, great, thanks Patrick.

Patrick: Umm... sure. And did you remember to put that package outside where I told you?

SpongeBob: Yeah, but I left it in a different spot. Just ask Gary, he knows where it is.

Patrick: Oh, yeah. (laughs with his mouth full) Hey, good one, buddy. You almost had me there.

SpongeBob: (chuckles) Okay.

Patrick: Yeah, talk to you later.

SpongeBob: All right, see ya. (hangs up, then walks back up to Squidward) Okay, it's a bet.

Squidward: (shakes SpongeBob's hand) Fine. If you cry one tear before midnight, you have to...(thinks) Wash my bike, clean out my rain gutters, and do all my yard work for a year.

SpongeBob: Sounds fair to me. And if I make it to midnight without crying, you'll come to a slumber party at my place. Just you and me. (Squidward retches) Ooh, what's the matter?

Squidward: Um, nothing, I just threw up a little in my mouth. (begins talking in his thoughts) No need to worry, Squiddy. You've outdone yourself. He'll be crying in ten minutes. (laughs out loud; in the evening, he and SpongeBob are now walking home from work)

SpongeBob: Thanks again for walking with me, Squidward.

Squidward: There's a first time for everything. (under his breath) Also, I'd like to win this bet as soon as possible. (chuckles devilishly)

SpongeBob: (speaking in his thoughts) I am not gonna cry. I am not gonna cry. (straining, he speaks out loud) I can do this.

Squidward: (smiling) Do what? (sees something and gasps) Oh, my! What a lovely sunset. Take a look, SpongeBob. (SpongeBob looks at the sunset and gasps) Isn't that beautiful?

SpongeBob: I've never seen such a beautiful underwater sunset.

Squidward: Really tugs the heartstrings, doesn't it?

SpongeBob: (gasps quietly in awe) It's... (the Bikini Bottom Choir drives by singing an angelic note, Squidward chuckles as SpongeBob's eyes begin to twinkle and water)

Squidward: Is that a tear I see?

(the sunset disappears)

SpongeBob: Oh well, sunset's over. (walks off, Squidward scoffs in frustration; later, they both enter SpongeBob's house) Nice of you to drop in, neighbor.

Squidward: Nice of you to have me, I--(sees something) Oh, look SpongeBob. Gary's sleeping.

(Gary appears on a stack of newspapers sleeping and snoring)

SpongeBob: (with his hands together, up to his mouth) Aww. He looks like an angel.

Squidward: That is just so adorable. Almost makes you want to cry.

(Gary begins to drool in his sleep)

SpongeBob: Yeah. (snaps out of it) No! There shall be no tears in this house tonight! (walks off into the kitchen) La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la.

(the mail comes in through the mail slot in SpongeBob's door)

Squidward: Oh, SpongeBob.

SpongeBob: (pouring drinks) Yes?

Squidward: Your mail's here. Ooh, oh look, it's a postcard from your dear mother and father so far away.

SpongeBob: (turns around) Mother, father?

Squidward: (reading the postcard) "Dear SpongeBob, we are having a wonderful time in the South Seas and we miss you very, very much.

SpongeBob: (teary-eyed at first) Ohh. (grabs another postcard) My subscription to Jellyfishing Monthly's expired. Remind me to renew that, will you, Squidward?

Squidward: (with spite) No problem.

(Later on, SpongeBob and Squidward sit on the couch watching the news)

Anchor Fish: Welcome back to Bikini Bottom News. Our top story tonight: a series of sad tales.

Squidward: Ooh, let's turn it up.

Anchor Fish: Tragedy in the park when a young snail caught in a tree almost didn't get down.

Snail #13: (stuck on a coral tree branch) Meow.

(SpongeBob gasps and gets ready to cry)

Anchor Fish: However, he did get down.

SpongeBob: (raising his arms) Hooray!

Anchor Fish: Coming up, an interview with a manatee who didn't get what he wanted for his birthday.

SpongeBob: (sad again) Oh, no.

Anchor Fish: And finally, sad news for Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy fans.

(Squidward excitedly raises up the volume)

SpongeBob: What, what, what?

Anchor Fish: They will only be showing The Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Show seven times a day instead of eight--

SpongeBob: (sweating, changes the channel) Let's watch something else Squidward, okay?

Squidward: Fine!

(the channel changes to a show where a dad fish is walking out of his house for work while a kid fish plays with a baseball in the yard)

Kid Fish: Hey Dad, how about a game of catch? (he throws the baseball in front of his bored dad)

Dad Fish: Sorry son, I'm late for work.

Kid Fish: (disappointingly) Okay, Dad. (his dad throws the baseball back)

Dad Fish: (tosses his briefcase) I guess I can stay for a few throws.

Kid Fish: (teary-eyed) I love you, Dad.

Dad Fish: (teary-eyed) I love you, son.

(the show ends with the two happily playing catch, SpongeBob turns the TV off and madly throws it out of his window, then walks back to the couch panting)

SpongeBob: (to Squidward) You know what they say about that television. Rots the brain.

Patrick: (from outside) Hey, thanks for the TV, SpongeBob. (he carries the broken-up TV set on his head) I'm gonna watch it all night! (he runs into his rock house with it)

(SpongeBob and Squidward awkwardly stare at each other, Squidward glances on the cuckoo clock, which says 8:41, then speaks in his thoughts)

Squidward: It's getting late. I'd better bring out the big guns. (out loud) Oh, SpongeBob.

SpongeBob: Yes, Squidward?

Squidward: What would you say to a little music? (pulls out his clarinet)

SpongeBob: (gasps happily) I'd say... I'll go get some refreshments. (walks off)

Squidward: Don't be long. My secret weapon is waiting. (gets out sheet music titled "Hearts & Flowers (or Some Such Sad Song)", then chuckles)

SpongeBob: (appears, holding a tray of tea) You said something, Squidward?

Squidward: Oh, I just said, "Relax and enjoy the song." (he begins playing the such sad song on his clarinet, SpongeBob goes stifled, trying to fight back tears, Squidward strains hard playing the last single note, then pants)

SpongeBob: That's a really sad song, Squidward.

Squidward: You're not gonna cry though, are you?

SpongeBob: No. (Squidward growls, the scallop cuckoo clock then chirps 9:00) Time really does fly when you're having fun. Well, I'd better start getting ready for bed. (starts to put the tray of tea down)

Squidward: (nervously) Uh, SpongeBob. No-no-no-no, wait.

SpongeBob: Yes, Squidward?

Squidward: How about a bedtime story?

SpongeBob: Now you're talking! (later in his room, he lays in bed with Squidward) Watcha gonna read me, Squidward?

Squidward: Umm... (nervously searches through the pages) How 'bout The Little Angler Who Got Lost?

SpongeBob: That sounds like a very sad story.

Squidward: Oh, very sad. Umm... "There once was a little angler (the page he's reading is actually of the story Jack and Jill) who was, uh, little and sad. (SpongeBob whimpers) One day the little sad angler was walking through the park. (SpongeBob begins to chuckle with joy) But, he was sad, because...because he was lost... he was lost and very sad. And then, he--he started to cry. (SpongeBob begins to choke up) He cried and he cried. And he cried even more. (SpongeBob shakes with sadness) And he kept crying. (SpongeBob strains and forces back tears) Crying and crying and crying and...that's right. You can do it.

SpongeBob: I'm wondering if it might not be so healthy to hold in all my tears, Squidward.

Squidward: You're exactly right, SpongeBob. Let it all out. Don't fight the feel--(the second hand on the clock ticks closer to midnight) Ten, nine...do it, do it, cry...eight, seven, six, five...come on! (the dam inside SpongeBob's brain begins to crack) ...four, three, two, one! (the dam breaks, the cuckoo scallop chirps midnight) Midnight! (sighs, SpongeBob's body is bloated) Well, SpongeBob, it looks like you won the... (SpongeBob's eyes burst with tears, shooting a flood towards Squidward and smacking him against the wall. The tears shoot out the windows, door crack, chimney, and other holes in his house. They spread to Patrick's house, causing an entire waterfall inside)

Patrick: Wow, what a great show.

(The tears flood the Krusty Krab)

Mr. Krabs: (standing on his desk, holding a fat stack of money away from the tears) Well, at least we're still together, little ones.

(The Bikini Bottom Choir drives through the flood holding the angelic note; at SpongeBob's house, the tears continue to spray into Squidward's face, then stop, the cuckoo scallop hit him on the head. Now, SpongeBob and Squidward sit in front of the TV)

SpongeBob: (holding out a bowl of popcorn) More popcorn, Squidward?

Squidward: No, no. No, no. Please.

SpongeBob: (eating popcorn) Don't be shy now. I made extra. (Squidward begins to cry, SpongeBob rubs his shoulders) That's all right, let it out. You can cry all you want. You're among friends here. You won't be crying tomorrow.

(Squidward wails harder)

Sours: http://en.spongepedia.org/index.php?title=Episode_Transcript:_A_Day_Without_Tears

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SpongeBob SquarePants: The Best Friendship Moments Between SpongeBob And Squidward

Throughout SpongeBob SquarePants, it is clear that Squidward becomes annoyed with SpongeBob regularly. This is understandable, as SpongeBob can be a lot to deal with. This is especially the case for a very reserved individual like Squidward. As a result of this, Squidward often looks to spend time away from SpongeBob, but that is a hard task. The pair are neighbors and coworkers, so interactions between them are inevitable. Also, SpongeBob is completely oblivious to Squidward's desire to be alone and tries to always hang out and include Squidward in his activities. Thus, their differing personalities can create an abundance of conflict.

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However, even with this being the case, the two actually share a lot of positive interaction, too. In fact, through them, fans of the show can argue that they actually are very good friends. Sure, Squidward often says he dislikes SpongeBob, but sometimes, his actions speak far louder than his words. Squidward often is there for SpongeBob in his time of need, which is something very admirable about his character.

Although Patrick will forever be SpongeBob's closest bud, Squidward is not too far behind, as he is a significant part of his life and vise versa.

10 SpongeBob Gets The Band Back Together For Squidward

After Squidward's biggest rival, Squilliam Fancyson, brags to him that he has a famous band, Squidward lies and says he does as well. Squilliam then tells him that his band cannot play at the Bubble Bowl and that Squidward's should take over.

From there, Squidward rounds up Bikini Bottom citizens and it understandably leads to chaos. Squidward gives up and leaves, but SpongeBob gets the crew to rekindle and learn the music before the big show. From there, they play marvelously at the Bubble Bowl and the episode ends with Squidward jumping in the air and smiling.

9 Squidward Stands Up For SpongeBob Against A Mean Customer

The Krusty Krab gets a phone call from a customer wanting a pizza. From there, Mr. Krabs forces SpongeBob and Squidward to deliver the pizza, even though it is not what the restaurant is known for. Sadly, SpongeBob backs the car up too far and it runs out of gas, so the two are stranded.

However, after finding a driving boulder, the two make it to the house. However, the customer is extremely unhappy and screams at SpongeBob because he forgets his drink. SpongeBob cries hysterically, which leads to Squidward going back to the house and throwing the pizza in the customer's face. It is so satisfying to see Squidward stand up for SpongeBob.

8 Squidward Misses SpongeBob When He Moves

After hitting his breaking point with SpongeBob and Patrick as his neighbors, Squidward decides to move to Tentacle Acres. At first, it is a paradise, as it is full of other people like him who love the same interests. Yet, he becomes immensely bored from the same routine each day.

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After hearing a reef blower, he becomes excited and asks for SpongeBob. Although he is disappointed it is not him, he ends up taking the reef blower and using it to fly back to his original home. Thus, he uses SpongeBob as his inspiration to have fun again, which is a sweet sentiment.

7 The Two Go On Strike Together

Back at the Krusty Krab, Mr. Krabs is beginning to charge Squidward and SpongeBob for ridiculous things, such as breathing. Squidward is understandably irate, while SpongeBob pays him the money.

This leads to Squidward telling SpongeBob to not pay Mr. Krabs and to go on strike with him. From there, hilarity ensues, as when the two get fired, SpongeBob struggles to completely grasp what people do on strike. This leads to chaos, but in the end, the pair do get their jobs back, so it is worth it.

6 Squidward Admits He Always Liked SpongeBob

When working the night shift at the Krusty Krab, Squidward decides to scare SpongeBob with a fake story about the Hash Slinging Slasher. It certainly scares SpongeBob, but Squidward definitely does not mean to do the same to himself.

Yet, after a figure appears in the night and walks towards the restaurant that resembles his creation, he cowers in fear with SpongeBob. Thinking he is about to meet his demise, he admits to SpongeBob that he always secretly liked him, which is just so nice coming from him.

5 SpongeBob Fixes Squidward's Back

In this specific episode, SpongeBob and Patrick are in a fight and call off their friendship. This is because Squidward makes bubbles and sends mean messages to them while mimicking their voices.

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However, after Squidward drags an asleep Patrick home, he throws his back out. From there, SpongeBob runs after him and cracks his back. Squidward thinks he is going to be injured forever, but this actually helps his back. From there, Squidward calls SpongeBob his friend and they spend more time together in the episode.

4 Squidward Scolds Mr. Krabs For Selling SpongeBob's Soul

A common theme in the series is that Mr. Krabs is cheap. It is often humorous, but one specific instance when he takes this way too far is when he sells SpongeBob's soul to the Flying Dutchman for $0.62.

After seeing this all transpire, Squidward becomes livid and scolds Mr. Krabs for his awful transaction. This leads to Mr. Krabs feeling guilty and wanting to get SpongeBob back. Thankfully, the Flying Dutchman brings him back quickly, as SpongeBob annoys him immensely by talking nonstop.

3 Squidward Misses SpongeBob When Time Traveling

After stumbling upon a time machine, Squidward ends up going to the past and future. Things are pretty hectic in both time periods, as he finds himself dealing with different versions of SpongeBob in them.

However, after going through a lot of turmoil and being in an empty void, Squidward screams that he misses SpongeBob and just wants to go home. His wish comes true and he says to SpongeBob that he is very happy to see him.

2 Squidward Dresses Up As Santa To Cheer SpongeBob Up

When Sandy tells SpongeBob about Christmas and Santa Claus, he becomes extremely excited and gets the whole town to celebrate. However, Squidward does not believe in him, so he finds great joy when Santa does not come to Bikini Bottom and laughs at SpongeBob.

However, after SpongeBob gifts him a golden clarinet, Squidward feels like a complete jerk. He then dresses up as Santa to make SpongeBob happy, as he realizes how wrong he was. In fact, he even gives away everything in his house to the whole town to help keep the charade going.

1 The Sunset Scene

Perhaps the most beautiful, yet depressing moment between SpongeBob and Squidward happens during the sunset. Before this scene, Squidward gets a pie as a gift for SpongeBob, but does not realize that it is actually a bomb.

He then thinks that SpongeBob eats it, so he spends the day doing everything he can to make SpongeBob happy, no matter how outrageous. SpongeBob's last wish is to watch the sunset with Squidward. Squidward counts down the seconds to it and starts crying because he believes SpongeBob is going to explode. When the explosion occurs, it turns out that SpongeBob actually blew an explosive bubble and has not eaten the pie.

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SpongeBob SquarePants Clip: Pizza Delivery

Pizza Delivery (SpongeBob SquarePants)

5th episode of the first season of SpongeBob SquarePants

"Pizza Delivery" is the first segment of the fifth episode of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. The episode was written by Sherm Cohen, Aaron Springer, and Peter Burns, and the animation was directed by Sean Dempsey. Cohen also functioned as storyboard director, and Springer worked as storyboard artist. It originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on August 14, 1999.

In the episode, the Krusty Krab receives a call from a customer ordering a pizza, and Mr. Krabs sends SpongeBob and Squidward to deliver it. When the two employees become stranded in the middle of a desert, they get into numerous predicaments. Along the way, SpongeBob tries to show Squidward the way of the pioneers.

In pitching the show to Nickelodeon, creator Stephen Hillenburg originally wanted the idea of having the characters on a road trip, inspired by the 1989 film Powwow Highway. However, he eventually gave up the idea, and resurrected it in "Pizza Delivery". The episode received critical acclaim, with most media critics considering it one of the show's best episodes.


SpongeBob(right) beatboxeswhile he and Squidward(left) deliver the pizza on foot in the middle of a desert after losing their boatmobile.

During closing time at the Krusty Krab, Squidward answers a last-minute phone call. While he is about to reject the order due to the restaurant being closed, Mr. Krabs accepts it so he can earn more money. Mr. Krabs reveals that the order is for a pizza to be delivered to the customer's house, and Squidward argues that the restaurant does not serve pizza; Mr. Krabs makes a pizza out of Krabby Patties and sends SpongeBob and Squidward to deliver it.

Squidward makes SpongeBob drive the delivery boat, despite him still being in boating school. Attempting to drive, SpongeBob sends the boat in reverse and drives them out to the desert, where it runs out of gas. The two continue their delivery on foot when SpongeBob hears a truck approaching. He attempts to get the driver's attention using a "pioneer trick," but is almost run over and rescued by Squidward. Later, they are caught in a tornado, getting sucked in due to SpongeBob's refusal to let go of the customer's pizza. After landing, Squidward is unable to find the road, and SpongeBob uses another one of his pioneer tips to find civilization by observing moss on a rock. Squidward refuses and continues walking, unaware that SpongeBob's tip was correct.

As they continue walking, SpongeBob sings a song about the Krusty Krab pizza, annoying Squidward. When the two get hungry, SpongeBob advises Squidward to eat coral like a pioneer. He is disgusted and wants to eat the pizza instead, while SpongeBob insists that the pizza must be delivered to the customer. SpongeBob notices a giant rock while being chased by Squidward for the pizza, glad that they can ride it like the pioneers to the customer's house. Squidward is outraged and insists that SpongeBob's pioneer tips are nonsense, while SpongeBob runs him over with the rock.

When they arrive at the house, SpongeBob approaches the customer with the pizza. The customer is happy at first, but is upset that SpongeBob did not bring him a drink (which he didn't order), shouting at him and slamming the door. SpongeBob sadly approaches Squidward and begins crying. Angry at the customer, Squidward knocks on the door and slams the pizza in his face. He returns to SpongeBob saying that the delivery is completed, as they drive the rock back to the Krusty Krab, which is right across from the customer's house. The episode ends with a dismayed Squidward and a black-out.


"Pizza Delivery" was written by Sherm Cohen, Aaron Springer and Peter Burns, with Sean Dempsey serving as animation director. Cohen also functioned as storyboard director, and Springer worked as storyboard artist.[1] The episode originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on August 14, 1999.[2]

Series creator Stephen Hillenburg's original idea for the series pitch was that the writers would write a storyboard for a possible episode and pitch it to Nickelodeon.[3] Hillenburg wanted to write an episode with SpongeBob and Squidward on a road trip, inspired by the 1989 film Powwow Highway.[3]Derek Drymon said "It's a road trip movie starring Gary Farmer, who is an innocent, kid-like character who is traveling with a curmudgeon."[3] Eventually, the idea developed while they were working on it, but Hillenburg gave up the idea for the initial pitch.[3] Instead, they used another idea for the pitch which was in the series pilot episode called "Help Wanted".[3] Writers Aaron Springer and Sherm Cohen resurrected the road trip idea during the first season and used a lot of the ideas for "Pizza Delivery".[3] This episode was also the first one written together by Springer and Cohen, and they would continue to work on episodes together until midway of the first season.

"Pizza Delivery" was released on the DVD compilation called SpongeBob SquarePants: Christmas on September 30, 2003.[4][5][6] It was also included in SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete 1st Season DVD released on October 28, 2003.[7][8][9] On September 22, 2009, "Pizza Delivery" was released on the SpongeBob SquarePants: The First 100 Episodes DVD, alongside all the episodes of seasons one through five.[10][11] On April 29, 2014, "Pizza Delivery" was released on the "SpongeBob, You're Fired!" episode compilation DVD.[12]


"Pizza Delivery" received critical acclaim and is frequently cited as one of the show's best episodes. Nancy Basile of About.com ranked the episode No. 2 on her "Best SpongeBob SquarePants Episodes" list. She said "[It] is the perfect episode to depict SpongeBob's enthusiasm for all things Krusty Krab against Squidward's apathy and cynical nature." Basile cited her favorite scene in the episode where "After the customer slams his door in SpongeBob's face, Squidward makes sure he swallows the pizza 'in one bite.'"[13]

Giving the episode 5 out of 5 stars, Bill Treadway of DVD Verdict said the episode is his "personal favorite of all the episodes",[14] writing that "this one is loaded with enough unique twists and hilarious comedy to bear repeat viewings."[14]

Emily Estep of WeGotThisCovered.com ranked the episode No. 1 on her "Top 10 Episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants" list,[15] saying "But – the pizza is for the customer, and flawless employee SpongeBob won't let Squidward eat any of it."[15] She wrote "[The episode] has the undervalued nostalgia of being episode five of the entire series and it benefits from the aforementioned chemistry of Spongebob and Squidward."[15] She also praised the episode as "an in-depth look at their [SpongeBob and Squidward] relationship, and it set the tone for just how strange the show could be."[15] Estep lauded the hitchhiking dances by SpongeBob, saying "These moves are amusing and charming, while Squidward's bitterness is easy to relate to."[15] In 2009, "Pizza Delivery" was chosen by viewers on Nick.com as the No. 1 episode during a television marathon called "The Ultimate SpongeBob SpongeBash".[16]

In the iTunes collection, "SpongeBob SquarePants: Tom Kenny's Top 20", Tom Kenny, the voice actor for SpongeBob, lists it as among his all-time favorite episodes. He writes in the description for the episode:

"The classic setup: SpongeBob and Squidward lost in the desert while delivering a pizza to a customer's home. Squidward just wants to get out of there, but SpongeBob sees his pizza delivery as a sacred oath between himself and the customer. I like when SpongeBob singing to himself - 'The Krusty Krab pizza is the pizza' ...turns into a bizarre gospel jingle singer-'Krusty Kray -ya ya-yaaa-aaab!'"[17]


  1. ^SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete 1st Season ("Pizza Delivery" credits) (DVD). United States: Paramount Home Entertainment/Nickelodeon. October 28, 2003.
  2. ^"SpongeBob SquarePants". TV Listings. Zap2it.
  3. ^ abcdefHeintjes, Tom (September 21, 2012). "The Oral History of SpongeBob SquarePants". Hogan's Alley. Archived from the original on August 31, 2015. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  4. ^SpongeBob SquarePants: Christmas. DVD. Paramount Home Entertainment, 2003.
  5. ^Bovberg, Jason (October 6, 2003). "SpongeBob Squarepants: Christmas". DVD Talk. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  6. ^"SpongeBob SquarePants - Christmas". TVShowsOnDVD.com. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  7. ^SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete 1st Season. DVD. Paramount Home Entertainment, 2003.
  8. ^Bovberg, Jason (October 26, 2003). "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete First Season". DVD Talk. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  9. ^"SpongeBob SquarePants - Season 1". TVShowsOnDVD.com. Archived from the original on July 25, 2013. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  10. ^SpongeBob SquarePants: The First 100 Episodes. DVD. Paramount Home Entertainment, 2009.
  11. ^Lacey, Gord (September 29, 2009). "SpongeBob SquarePants - The First 100 Episodes (Seasons 1-5) Review". TVShowsOnDVD.com. Archived from the original on September 21, 2013. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  12. ^Lambert, David (January 28, 2014). "SpongeBob SquarePants-Time to Hang Up His Spatula: 'SpongeBob, You're Fired!' on DVD". TVShowsOnDVD.com. Archived from the original on March 8, 2014. Retrieved March 8, 2014.
  13. ^Basile, Nancy. "Best 'SpongeBob SquarePants' Episodes". About.com. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  14. ^ abTreadway, Bill (November 10, 2003). "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete First Season". DVD Verdict. Archived from the original on September 21, 2013. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  15. ^ abcdeEstep, Emily (December 5, 2011). "Top 10 Episodes Of Spongebob Squarepants". WeGotThisCovered.com. Retrieved September 1, 2013.
  16. ^"Pizza Delivery". The Ultimate SpongeBob SpongeBash. July 17–19, 2009. Nickelodeon.
  17. ^"SpoongeBob SquarePants: Tom Kenny's Top 20". iTunes. 2009. Retrieved April 10, 2018.

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