Whale of a Birthday: Mr. Krabs wants to give his daughter Pearl the best birthday ever. While he works on the party, SpongeBob is assigned the task of figuring out what Pearl would like for a present. So he trails her through the Bikini Bottom mall and takes note of everything she thinks is "Coral." Once Pearl arrives at her party she is horrified to find that her dad's miserly ways have won out again. What was supposed to be the most fun and fabulous event ended up cheap and lame. It looks like Pearl's birthday will go down in history as the worst one ever - until SpongeBob shows up with a truck-load of presents. Everything Pearl looked at in the mall was so Coral that SpongeBob bought it all - maxing out Mr. Krab's credit card in the process. Karate Island: SpongeBob receives an invitation to take part in a competition on mysterious Karate Island for the chance to be crowned "King of Karate." Written by
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This episode which has Pat Morita
in it aired 6 months after his death. He managed to record all his lines. See more
When Sandy is throwing the jelly-filled pastries at the French fish, she nearly empties the tray. Two shots later, the tray is completely full again. See more
That SpongeBob, who does he think he is? I taught that yellow egomaniac everything he knows, and that ain't much.
SpongeBob is the King of Karate. He can handle it by himself.
Sandy, help me! I can't handle this by myself!
Hold on, SpongeBob!
SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song
Written by Stephen Hillenburg
and Derek Drymon
Composed by Hank Smith Music
Performed by Patrick Pinney See more