Plankton, Mr. Krabs' nemesis, vows to get his Christmas wish - obtaining the Krusty Krab's secret Krabby Patty formula - by turning everyone bad in Bikini Bottom with the help of his special jerktonium-laced fruitcake.
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Pearl Krabs / Extra #6 (voice)
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Mr. Krabs / Fake Santa / Extra #3 (voice)
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Squidward / Johnny / Extra #4 (voice)
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Mrs. Puff (voice)
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Patrick / Caroler #1 / Frankie (voice)
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Sandy / Little Boy (voice)
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Plankton / Caroler #2 / Driver / Extra #2 (voice)
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Karen / Little Girl (voice)
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Potty (voice)
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Plankton, Mr. Krabs' nemesis, vows to get his Christmas wish - obtaining the Krusty Krab's secret Krabby Patty formula - by turning everyone bad in Bikini Bottom with the help of his special jerktonium-laced fruitcake.

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This special aired on November 23, 2012 on CBS, marking the first episode/special of Spongebob Squarepants to air on a network other than Nickelodeon. See more »

Goofs

Spongebob enters Sandy's Dome without his water-filled helmet, twice, and does not succumb to the effects of the air inside. See more »

Quotes

Sandy Cheeks: [Affected by Jerktonium] You took food from Plankton and fed it to everyone in town?
SpongeBob SquarePants: [Smiling] Uh huh.
Sandy Cheeks: You're an idiot.
SpongeBob SquarePants: [Still smiling] Uh huh.
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Spoofs Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town (1970) See more »

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Unsettled Menace
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Composed by Philip Green (as Phil Green)
Published by CPM Metro Park
Courtesy of APM Music, Inc.
By Arrangement with Carlin Production Music
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Wait, back up. There exists a modern Spongebob episode that feels like the earlier seasons?
29 December 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Seriously, this was surprisingly charming. With the series becoming so mean-spirited ever since season 5 started, this was kind of uplifting. Here, there's a reason for the characters to act like jerks, well, except for Patrick who's still kind of a jerk even without having eaten Plankton's fruitcake. The songs are quite good and actually add to the plot, unlike Atlantis Squarepantis where every single number except for maybe the first one was a complete waste of time and effort. The humour is actually good and while Squidward does get tormented at one point, at least it's the film's antagonist doing it and not one of the protagonists, who the episode would likely want us to believe is in the right. The only downside is that, honestly, I wish this had come out earlier. This special more-or-less pretends that every episode leading up to it never happened. It feels more like something you'd expect from season 2 as the jerkish behaviour of the citizens is implied to be out-of- character for them despite a boatload of recent episodes proving otherwise. Also, the animations are really good, and even the Patchy segment wasn't anywhere near as painful to sit through as they usually are. All-in-all, for Spongebob fans, I think this is worth checking out, especially if you've been as annoyed by recent episodes as I've been. Seriously, if you haven't seen it, give it a go.


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