Special Sub-Topic: The "SpongeBob" Test of Knowledge
|According to Mr. Krabs's driver's license, what is his date of birth? |
30 November 1942. Look very closely at his license in the episode where SpongeBob invades other people's dreams. 11-30-42
|What color is the robe that Squidward's arch enemy from high school wears?|
Maroon. It also has a black trim.
|What is the third letter of Mr. Krabs's first name?|
G. His first name is Eugene. And the third letter in Eugene is 'G'.
|What is Mr. Krabs' middle initial?|
H. The 'H' stands for Harold.
|Which of these was NEVER mentioned in any versions of the F.U.N. song?|
Guitar playing. SpongeBob's version:
F is for friends who do stuff together
U is for you and me
N is for anywhere, at anytime at all (down here in the deep blue sea).
F is for fire that burns down the whole town
U is for Uranium...bombs
N is for no survivors when you...(interrupted)
F is for frolic through all the flowers
U is for ukulele
N is for nose picking, chewing gum, and sand licking (here with my best buddy).
|What was the name of the episode in which SpongeBob takes Pearl to the prom because her previous date dumped her?|
'The Chaperone'. Pearl's previous date was Octavius Rex, a.k.a. Long, Tan, and Handsome
|What was the name of the fish who tried to help Clamu after she started her emotional rampage?|
Joe. "Calm down girl. It's me, Joe." Joe was thrown out of the stadium and landed at least a mile away.
|When is the official "Annoy Squidward Day"?|
the 15th of every month. SpongeBob annoys Squidward every day, but the official "Annoy Squidward Day" is on the 15th of every month. The Employee of the Month voting day is on the 27th of every month. They are both marked on the calendar (which, by the way, was in January) in the Employee of the Month episode.
|How much does Spongebob weigh?|
1 oz. SpongeBob's weight (along with other information such as hair color and street address) can be found on SpongeBob's driver's license.
|What did Man-Ray have on his checks?|
Poodles. "I have checks with little poodles on them!"
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