SpongeBob SquarePants: Season 3, Episode 20

SpongeBob Meets the Strangler/Pranks a Lot (11 Oct. 2004)

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SpongeBob Meets the Strangler: SpongeBob catches someone littering and turns him in to the police - but it's the Tattletale Strangler! The Strangler escapes custody and disguises himself as... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
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Cop #1 / Drycleaner / Shop Keeper / Fish #3 / Smell Fish / Time Fish / Surfer / Toast Fish (voice)
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Eugene H. Krabs (voice)
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Squidward Tentacles / Gym Fish (voice)
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Mrs. Poppy Puff (voice)
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Patrick Star / Fish #1 / Fish #2 (voice)
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Woman Fish #1 / Woman Fish #2 / Whoopie Cushion / Fish #5 / Cop #2 / Robot (voice)
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SpongeBob SquarePants / Narrator / Geek Fish / Poo Fish / Eyeball #1 (voice)
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Sandy Cheeks (voice)
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Plankton (voice)
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Strangler (voice) (as Tom Wilson)
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SpongeBob Meets the Strangler: SpongeBob catches someone littering and turns him in to the police - but it's the Tattletale Strangler! The Strangler escapes custody and disguises himself as SpongeBob's bodyguard, all the while looking for a moment to strangle him. But SpongeBob leads a busy life, and the strangler grows weary. After finally revealing his true identity to SpongeBob, a random chain of events lands him in jail, and SpongeBob is safe. Pranks a Lot: SpongeBob and Patrick invest in some magic "invisible spray" at the local prank shop. They strip down and spray themselves - the stuff really works! They go on a major pranking spree, hitting just about everyone in town and getting away with it. It's finally Mr. Krabs that figures them out and he puts a floodlight on them for the whole town to see. Suddenly the joke is on Patrick and SpongeBob-they have no clothes on! Written by NAS

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In Pranks a Lot, Spongebob and Patrick had "Glued the door shut," but at the end the Krusty Krab is filled with fish. How did they get in? See more »

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Patrick: Hey, I'm no ghost. The nerve of that guy and his driving eyeballs
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Written by Steve Belfer
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