Bubblestand: SpongeBob blows bubbles. Ripped Pants: SpongeBob accidentally tears his pants.
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Patrick Star (voice)
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Sandy Cheeks (voice)
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Castle Fish / Loser / Mashmellow Fish (voice)
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Lifeguard / Pants / Loser #2 (voice)
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Customer / Ice Cream Fish / Announcer (voice)
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BubbleStand: SpongeBob introduces Patrick and Squidward to his unique talent, the art of bubble blowing. After first turning his nose up at this plebeian pastime, Squidward accepts the challenge and attempts to surpass SpongeBob's level of expertise. Squidward's plan to humiliate SpongeBob completely "blows up" in his face. Ripped Pants: When SpongeBob tries to impress Sandy Cheeks at Mussel Beach, he accidentally rips his pants. SpongeBob is embarrassed until he realizes the beach crowd thought he jokingly did it on purpose. SpongeBob's ripped pants are the hit of the beach, until he pushes the joke too far. Written by NAS

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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »

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16 July 1999 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Patrick says that the elephant bubble is a giraffe. But in one of the books that features this episode Patrick says correctly that the bubble is an elephant. See more »

Quotes

SpongeBob SquarePants: Ripped pants a la mode!
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Featured in Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005) See more »

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Side Drum
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Music by Mark Nolan
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at first glance it's pure silliness, but beneath the surface it's pretty damn clever
15 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

BubbleStand-almost every line of dialogue in this one is hilarious. It is another of those episodes that has an almost perfect blend of a few different styles of humor. It's got moments are absurd and surreal, others that are just plain witty, and others that are just classic physical comedy! It's a fun, funny, and fantastic addition to an already amazing first season! Ripped Pants-the plot to this one is unbelievably stupid, and this set up could have easily led to a barrage of immature jokes, but instead it's one of the show's most side splitting and (ironically) mature episodes. It has great morals as well as a great sense of humor.


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