"Band Geeks" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season two. In this episode, Squidward creates a band.


One day, after Squidward turns away a doctor who came to care for the "wailing animal" that was actually his clarinet, he receives a telephone call from his old schoolmate Squilliam Fancyson. The rich, successful and very smug Squilliam presents Squidward with a backhanded offer to play the prestigious Bubble Bowl in place of Squilliam's band, correctly suspecting that Squidward has no band of his own to perform with. Squidward, however, boldly takes him up on the offer and quickly posts flyers around town looking for people to join his band.

Is mayonaise an instrument

“Is mayonnaise an instrument? “

The first night of rehearsals, Squidward brings his rented instruments into a practice hall full with townspeople, at least some of whom came for the promise of free refreshments thinking this meant food. Squidward attempts to gauge how much musical experience his prospective band members have. Upon discovering they collectively have, in fact, none, he begins teaching them the basics. Over the next few days, the fledgling band is put through the paces of both marching and learning their instruments.

That's his eager face

"That's his... eager face."

The final night of rehearsals, unfortunately, he finds that the band's skill level is much the same as on the first night. Tensions rise among the band members, and though Squidward tries to stave off the conflict, a fight breaks out. Once the clock hits 8, however, the fight breaks up and everyone starts to head home. Squidward stops them, rebuking them all for not taking his dream seriously. After Squidward leaves in despair, SpongeBob asks the townspeople to think about all of the times Squidward came through for them. Despite drawing a blank, they decide to give practice one more try anyway.


The band performing "Sweet Victory"

The day of the performance arrives and Squidward prepares to finalize his band's cancellation, only to find Squilliam waiting for him. Squilliam gleefully points out the overly-eager members of Squidward's band, who have arrived in full uniform and with their instruments at the ready. As they march into the dome, Squidward bemoans the humiliation awaiting him. The Bubble Bowl rises up out of the sea into the center of a human football stadium, replete with "some ugly-looking fish."

Squidward, fearing the worst, nervously starts to conduct. However, to his and Squilliam's great surprise, they find that the band is performing spectacularly. SpongeBob belts out a power ballad as the rest of the band members play their instruments with skill and confidence. As the crowd sways in awe and Squilliam falls prey to the literally heart-stopping performance and taken to the hospital, Squidward tosses away his baton and leaps into the air in triumph.




 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) SpongeBob music

  Here Comes the Band! (a) - Dick Stephen Walter [title card]
  ? - Brad Carow [Squidward playing his clarinet]
  ? - Nicolas Carr ["Squilliam Fancyson from band class?"]
  Comic Walk - Sidney Torch ["I hear you're playing the cash register now."]
  On the Beach - Kapono Beamer ["I gotta drum up a marching band fast!"/everyone reading Squidward's flyer]
  ? - Brad Carow, Nicolas Carr, Robert Lee Faust, Ira Nepus [band playing]
  Taps - played after explosion
  Like Strange - Kenny Graham ["What did you say, punk?"]
  Hawaiian Cocktail - Richard Myhill ["You took my one chance at happiness and crushed it."]
  Fates - Gregor F. Narholz ["What kind of monsters are we?"]
  Whisper from the Past - Gregor F. Narholz [SpongeBob's pep talk]
  Hawaiian Link (a) - Richard Myhill [Bubble Bowl]
  Dramatic Cue (a) - Ronald Hanmer [Squidward sees Squilliam]
  Comic Walk - Sidney Torch ["I just wanted to watch you blow it."]
  Dramatic Cue (d) - Ronald Hanmer ["That would be my band!"]
  Steel Licks (a) - Jeremy Wakefield [Squilliam laughs]
  Gala A - Dieter Reith [live-action football field]
  Send them Victorious (b) - Graham De Wilde [fanfare]
  Sweet Victory 1 - David Eisley, Bob Kulick [ending]



Squid tries to "inspire" Bikini Bottom's doofy denizens into being a tight marching band – but it's like herding kittens. "Sweet Victory" is like the worst Night Ranger – type power ballad in history.

  • As of January 27, 2019, The Internet Movie Database (IMDB) gives this episode a rating of 9.7/10 based on 1,510 ratings by users.[1] users give this episode a rating of 9.2/10 based on 322 votes.[2]
  • "Band Geeks" was ranked #38 during the Best Day Ever event on November 9–10, 2006.



  • According to The Ultimate SpongeBob SpongeBash, David Archuleta rated this episode as his favorite.
  • Just like "Frankendoodle," "Krusty Love," and the "The Secret Box," SpongeBob is colored with a darker shade of yellow.
  • This episode premiered in Canada on January 18, 2002.
  • In the Croatian dub, the episode name is "Kalamarkov Bend" translating to "Squidward's Band."
  • The flyer for Squidward's band reads as follows: Looking to add fulfillment to your dull, dull life? Then become a part of the greatest musical sensation ever to hit Bikini Bottom and be forever adored by thousands of people you don't know. Not to mention free refreshments! Practice begins tonight, 8:30 sharp.
  • The ending is similar to The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie: someone happily jumps in to the air and the screen freezes as it fades to black.
  • The Bubble Bowl "real life" crowd is the footage used from a USFL Memphis Showboats vs. Tampa Bay Bandits game at the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee back in the 1980s.
  • During day two when the band is marching down the street, they are actually doing a rendition of "Semper Fidelis," regarded as the official marching song of the U.S. Marine Corps.
  • This episode came packaged in a PVD in black and white with the VideoNow personal video player by Hasbro. The episode was later released in color with "The Secret Box."
  • On the "Day Three" time card, the background is the same as the "I Was a Teenage Gary" title card.
  • In the Latin American Spanish version the title card is called: "Squidward's Band Geek."
  • SpongeBob's eager face was used in the online games Reef Rumble and Nick's Not So Ultimate Boss Battles.
  • Three scenes from this episode have become famous internet memes:
    • SpongeBob's eager face
    • Patrick's line "Is mayonnaise an instrument?"
    • Harold's line "Big, meaty, claws!"
  • On's official SpongeBob site, the original episode video description stated that Squidward only has minutes to put together a band for the Bubble Bowl, yet the band actually has four days to train. It might be referring to the length of the episode.
  • In the Japanese dub of this episode, the French Narrator and the announcer in the stadium are not heard.
  • In Latin America, during the day one training, the line where SpongeBob interferes Squidward after he asks everyone to stand in rows of five saying "Is this the part where we start kicking?" Squidward's response was changed. In English, he replies "No SpongeBob, that's a chorus line" (Which in Spanish would translate to "No SpongeBob, esa es una linea de coro"), while in the Latin American version, he replies "No SpongeBob, you think this is Karate?" (Which in Latin American Spanish translates to "No SpongeBob, ¿crees que esto es Karate?"). This change could have been made in order to not confuse young viewers in that territory, since it is likely that most of them do not have any sort of music compositional knowledge. However, this is countered by the fact that in the Latin American version, while asking the drum line to repeat the line from his clarinet, instead of saying "Drums" ("Tambores" in Spanish), he says "Percussion" ("Percusion" in Spanish), which is a far less common denomination of the instrument.
  • In the Polish dub, the episode's title is "Kapela Skalmara" translating to "Squidward's Band."
  • During the song, when SpongeBob is pointing and Sandy is in the background, SpongeBob is wearing the friendship ring from this episode's sister episode "The Secret Box."
  • This episode and its sister are the last episodes to air before the tragic 9/11 attacks.
  • A clip from this episode was used at the Super Bowl LIII halftime show to honor the death of the show's creator Stephen Hillenburg.

Cultural references

  • The Bubble Bowl is a parody of the Super Bowl, a series of Football games where two Teams with the most Victories compete on who will be the Champion.


  • Part of Pearl's skirt is gone when SpongeBob talks to Evelyn and Larry, but reappears in the next scene, and then disappears again.
  • During the band's performance of "Sweet Victory" when the main cast (minus Mrs. Puff and Plankton) is shown, Mr. Krabs is playing a purple keytar, but during the panning the keytar is green.
  • During the full band scene, all of the main cast moves in some way but Mr. Krabs does not move at all.
  • When everyone in the room is talking, SpongeBob and Patrick are sitting next to each other. However, when Patrick asks if mayonnaise is an instrument and when he says "Kicking? I want to do some kicking!," he is sitting next to Sandy.
    • Then, after getting beaten by Sandy, Patrick returns to a third seat.
  • Throughout the scenes of the rehearsals, the characters constantly change instruments.
  • Mr. Krabs asks when they will get free food even though the flyer actually mentioned free refreshments.
  • During multiple scenes in which the screen shakes, when televised, it is surrounded by either a brown or blue border. This error also occurs in "Welcome to the Chum Bucket" and "The Secret Box."
  • When Squidward says that he really expected better of them, Evelyn's skin was green instead of pink.
  • SpongeBob is an even darker shade of yellow than usual for the entire episode. "The Secret Box" has also got the same error for the entire episode.
  • When everyone says "blah blah," they all say it normally, but the closed captions show musical notes for this part, as if they were singing.
  • The entire reason that Squidward has a band is since Squilliam could not make it. However, he shows up anyway meaning he could make it. So, Squidward did not have to make a band.
    • If not likely, it is possible that Squilliam lied just to publicly humiliate Squidward in front of the crowd.
  • Patrick's trombone has valves on it, a feature uniquely absent from trombones we see in real life.
  • When Squidward says "That's his eager face," his mouth is somewhat out of sync with the animation.
  • When Squidward asks Plankton how the harmonica solo is going, the harmonica is not on the chair. A second later, it is on the chair.
  • The saxophone is a woodwind instrument, but when Squidward tells the brass section to play, Harold can be seen playing a saxophone.
  • When Squidward tells the woodwind section to play, one of the players is playing a brass instrument.
  • When it is day four, all the seats are missing.
    • Squidward may have moved the chairs between the end of day three and the beginning of day four.
  • In the shot where Mr. Krabs asks, "When do we get the free food?," Sandy is sitting next to him. Two seats behind Mr. Krabs is Frank. Part of him is shown, but the part that should be shown in Sandy's helmet is not there. It is not a trick with lighting because the part of Fred, who is sitting behind Mr. Krabs, that is in Sandy's helmet is shown.
  • When Patrick opens his mouth while talking with a trombone noise from being stuck in a trombone, the slider goes downwards from a higher-pitched noise to a lower-pitched noise. Correctly, the slider should have been sliding upwards.
  • After class was over on the way towards the door, the door flies open revealing Squidward with his arms to his side, as he had not touched the door.
  • When the band is shown turning from above, Pearl's nose is unreasonably big and covers several people.
  • In Indonesian dub that aired in Global TV (now GTV), instead of saying "Is mayonnaise an instrument?" Patrick says "Is mine an instrument?" and instead "Horseradish is not an instrument, either," Squidward says "Horse racing is not an instrument, either," However, when the episode was aired in Lativi (now TvOne), the error did not happen.
  • During the scene where SpongeBob and Plankton harmonize in singing, SpongeBob's eyelid turns blue for a split second.
  • When the glass dome containing the band originally rises up to the field, it is seen to be approximately 10 yards in diameter and positioned just off of the center of the field. Later shots from within the dome looking outward show an entirely different perspective with many more white lines than would be expected.

Running gags

  • Patrick kicking Sandy making her attack Patrick with a trombone first and then a trumpet.
  • People saying, "blah blah blah."





  • [A horrible sound is heard, which turns out to be Squidward playing his clarinet until the doorbell rings. Doctor Forrest is at the door]
  • Doctor Forrest: Yeah, uhh, we're with the pet hospital down the street and I understand that you have a dying animal on the premises.
  • [Squidward slams the door shut. The phone starts to ring.]
  • Squidward: Hello. You've reached the house of unrecognized talent. Please start after the [He plays a clarinet note.]
  • Squilliam: Sounds like you've got a dying animal to attend to, eh, ol' chum?
  • [Squidward gasps.]
  • Squidward: Squilliam Fancyson from band class?!
  • Squilliam: I hear you're playing the cash register now.
  • Squidward: Sometimes. Uh, how's the unibrow?
  • Squilliam: [Waving his unibrow] It's big and valuable. I'm the leader of a big fancy band now, and we're supposed to play the Bubble Bowl next week.
  • Squidward: The ba-ba-ba... The ba-ba-ba... The ba-ba-ba?!?!
  • Squilliam: That's right. I'm living your dreams, Squidward. The problem is, I'm busy next week and can't make it. So, I was hoping you and your band could cover for us.
  • Squidward: Ohh, uhh, I... I, uhh...
  • Squilliam: I knew it! You don't even have a band! Well, I'll just let you get back to the service industry now.
  • Squidward: Hold it! It just so happens that I don't sell fast food, I do have a band, and we're gonna play that Bubble Bowl! How do you like that, Fancy Boy?!
  • Squilliam: Good luck next Tuesday. I hope the audience brings lots of... ibuprofen!
  • [Squilliam and Squidward hang up the phones.]
  • Squidward: I gotta drum up a marching band fast! Drum... haha... band humor.
  • [In the following lines, Sandy, Plankton, Mrs. Puff, Mr. Krabs, and Larry are reading from a poster. Each are in different locations.]
  • Sandy: Looking to add fulfillment to your dull, dull life?
  • Plankton: Then become part of the greatest musical sensation to ever hit Bikini Bottom.
  • Mrs. Puff: And be forever adored by thousands of people you don't know.
  • Mr. Krabs: Not to mention free refreshments.
  • Larry: Practice begins tonight. 8:30 sharp.
  • [Squidward looks at his watch while driving a shell cart]
  • Squidward: Stupid music rental clerk made me late. That trilobite didn't know an oboe from an elbow. Elbow, heh, more band humor.
  • [The scene cuts to inside the room, where everyone is there.]
  • All: Blah, blah, blah, blah...
  • Squidward: People, people, settle down! Okay, now. How many of you have played musical instruments before?
  • Plankton: Do instruments of torture count?
  • Squidward: No.
  • Patrick: Is mayonnaise an instrument?
  • Squidward: No, Patrick, mayonnaise is not an instrument. [Patrick raises his hand again] Horseradish is not an instrument, either. [Patrick lowers his hand] That's fine. No one has any experience. Fortunately, I have enough talent for all of you.
  • [Squidward laughs. Everyone stays silent.]
  • Mr. Krabs: When do we get the free food?
  • Squidward: Okay, try to repeat after me. [Squidward plays six notes] Brass section, go. [brass section repeats badly] Good. Now the wind. [wind section repeats badly] And the drums. [drummers misunderstand what Squidward means, so they blow on their sticks which blow out and stick Squidward to the wall] Too bad that didn't kill me. [Next scene] Let's just try stepping in the rhythm. Now I want everyone to stand in straight rows of five.
  • SpongeBob: Is this the part where we start kicking?
  • Squidward: No, SpongeBob, that's a chorus line.
  • Patrick: Kicking? I wanna do some kicking! [Patrick kicks Sandy in the leg]
  • Sandy: Ow! Why, you...! Why I oughta...! [she jumps on Patrick and starts fighting him until they roll outside and the doors slam shut]
  • Patrick: Aaaaaah-ho-ho-ho-ho-aaah![Everyone pauses and stare at the door, then Patrick sticks his head back in] Whoever is the owner of the white sedan, you left your lights on.
  • [Patrick walks in and it is revealed that Sandy has stuck his body in a trombone. Trombone notes are heard as he walks towards his seat. As he sits down, he makes a sound on his trombone. Makes a loud trombone noise as he opens his mouth. Stares at himself.]
  • Narrator: Day two.
  • [The scene shows the band walking down a street playing Semper Fidelis, badly.]
  • Squidward: Okay, that's perfect, everybody. Bubble Bowl, here we come. Flag twirlers, really spin those things. Okay, turn. Flag twirlers, let's go. I wanna see some spinning. Flag twirlers, let's move! C'mon, move!
  • [The flag twirlers spin so hard that they take off into the sky and crash into a blimp, which causes an explosion. A trumpet player plays taps while everyone mourns, except Squidward, who just lies down on the ground.]
  • Narrator: Day three.
  • Squidward: How's that harmonica solo coming, Plankton?
  • Plankton: It's tremendous, you wanna see?
  • [Plankton plays the harmonica by running to and from the holes quickly, but soon runs out of breath; on his way to the last hole he blows an unsuccessful last raspberry into the harmonica and faints.]
  • Narrator: Day four.
  • Squidward: Well, this is our last night together before the show. And I know that none of you improved since we began... [Patrick chews on a trumpet] ...but I have a theory. People talk loud when they wanna act smart, right?
  • Plankton: [loudly] Correct!
  • Squidward: So, if we play loud, people might think we're good. Everybody ready? And a one, and a two, and a one, two, three, four! [screen cuts to the outside of the music school and a blast of noise ensues, breaking the windows. Cuts back inside the music school, where Squidward's face is deformed beyond recognition, his shirt's been ripped, and his baton breaks] Okay, new theory. Maybe we should play so quietly, no one can hear us.
  • Harold: Well, maybe we wouldn't sound so bad if some people didn't try to play with big, meaty claws!
  • Mr. Krabs: What did you say, punk?!
  • Harold: [shouts loudy] Big... meaty... claws!
  • Mr. Krabs: Well, these claws ain't for just attractin' mates!
  • Harold: Bring it on, old man! Bring it on!
  • SpongeBob: [tries intervening] No, people. Let's be smart and bring it off.
  • Nancy: Oh, so now the talking cheese is gonna preach to us.
  • Squidward: Wait, wait. I know tensions are high... [everyone gets into a fight. Pilar and Larry are yelling at each other. Medley slams a drum at him] There's a deposit on that equipment, people! [everyone uses their instruments as weapons. Mr. Krabs and Harold charge at each other with large woodwinds, but try to screech to a halt, and Mrs. Puff slams them both with her cymbals] Settle down, please!
  • [Sandy and Frank are fighting. Sandy breaks the xylophone keys from Frank and Frank runs away. Patrick kicks Sandy, who growls at him before producing a trumpet with an evil grin. Patrick realizes what's coming and runs away screaming as Sandy chases him with the trumpet. The scene cuts to the clock which shows it being 10 o'clock and everyone stops fighting.]
  • Fred: Hey, class is over.
  • [The band members walk to the door where Squidward slams it open.]
  • Squidward: Well, you did it. You took my one chance in happiness... and crushed it! Crushed it into little, tiny, bite-size pieces. I really had expected better of you people. I guess I'm a loser for that, too. Don't bother showing up tomorrow. I'll just tell them you all died in a marching accident. So, thanks. [sobbing] Thanks for nothing!
  • [Squidward leaves.]
  • Patrick: You're welcome.
  • SpongeBob: What kind of monsters are we? That poor creature came to us in his hour of need, and we failed him. Squidward's always been there for us when it was convenient for him. Evelyn, when your little Jimmy was trapped in a fire, who rescued him?
  • Evelyn: A fireman.
  • SpongeBob: And Larry, when your heart gave out from all those tanning pills, who revived you?
  • Larry: Some guy in an ambulance.
  • SpongeBob: Right. So, if we can all just pretend that Squidward was a fireman, or some guy in an ambulance, then I'm sure that we can all pull together and discover what it truly means to be in a marching band.
  • Harold: Yeah, for the fireman!
  • All: Hooray!
  • SpongeBob: Now let's make Squidward proud. A 1, a 2, a skiddly diddly doo.
  • [The scene cuts to the Bubble Bowl]
  • Squidward: I knew this was gonna happen. They're just gonna have to find another band to play. I just hope that... [zooms out to reveal Squilliam is there] ...Squilliam doesn't find out! Squilliam! [screams] What are you doing here?!
  • Squilliam: [laughs] I just wanna watch you blow it. So, where's your band?
  • Squidward: Uh, they couldn't come. They... died.
  • Squilliam: Then who's that? [points to SpongeBob and the rest of the band]
  • Squidward: [screams and his eyes pop out] That would be my band!
  • SpongeBob: We're ready to perform, Squidward.
  • Squilliam: Well, Squiddy, this is exactly how I pictured your band would look.
  • [SpongeBob dances]
  • Squidward: That's his... eager face.
  • [Squilliam laughs while they all go into the Bubble Bowl.]
  • Squidward: [everybody marches to the Bubble Bowl and starts performing.] I guess this will be the last time I can show my face in this town.
  • SpongeBob: That's the spirit, Squidward!
  • [The bowl raises above a football field.]
  • Football Announcer: Okay, football fans. Put your hands together for the Bikini Bottom Super Band!
  • [A crowd of live-action people cheering is shown.]
  • Patrick: These are some ugly looking fish.
  • SpongeBob: Maybe we're in one of those toxic waste dumps.
  • Mr. Krabs: I think I'm gonna be sick.
  • Squidward: [Nervously] Alright, everybody. [Glances at Squilliam, who grins and bounces his unibrow] Let's get this over with. 1, 2, 3, 4...
  • [The band starts to play a wonderful intro. Squidward opens his eyes, shocked. SpongeBob begins singing.]
  • SpongeBob: [voice of David Glen Eisley] ♪The winner takes all, it's the thrill of one more kill. The last one to fall will never sacrifice their will. Don't ever look back on the world closin' in. Be on the attack with your wings on the wind. Oh, the games will begin.♪ [Squilliam stares in shock, Squidward gives him a smug grin and throws his baton over his shoulder and uses his arms for conducting.] ♪And it's sweet, sweet, sweet victory, yeah. And it's ours for the taking, it's ours for the fight,♪ [Squilliam faints and gets carried away by stretchers. Squidward waves a smug goodbye to him and runs to the middle of the stage.] ♪And it's sweet, sweet, sweet victory, yeah. And the one who's last to fall. We will have sweet, sweet victory...♪
  • [Squidward jumps up and the scene freezes. It then fades to black, ending the episode.]


Episode credits → Season 2 → The Secret Box/Band Geeks
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"The Secret Box"
Storyboard Directors Walt Dohrn
Paul Tibbitt
Storyboard Artists Carson Kulger
William Reiss
Erik Wiese
Written by Walt Dohrn
Paul Tibbitt
Marriwether Williams
Animation Director Tom Yasumi
Creative Director Derek Drymon

"Band Geeks"
Directed by Aaron Springer
Storyboard Artist C.H. Greenblatt
Written by C.H. Greenblatt
Aaron Springer
Merriwether Williams
Animation Director Frank Weiss
Creative Director Derek Drymon

Executive Producer Stephen Hillenburg
Line Producers Donna Castricone
Helen Kalafatic
Anne Michaud
Art Director Nicholas R. Jennings
Supervising Director Alan Smart
Storyboard Supervisor Sherm Cohen
Story Editor Merriwether Williams
Writers Walt Dohrn
C.H. Greenblatt
Mr. Lawrence
Aaron Springer
Paul Tibbitt
Marriwether Williams
Mark O'Hare
Derek Drymon
Stephen Hillenburg

Tom Kenny SpongeBob, Gary
Bill Fagerbakke Patrick
Rodger Bumpass Squidward, Veterinarian
Clancy Brown Mr. Krabs
Carolyn Lawrence Sandy, Evelyn
Mr. Lawrence Plankton, Larry the Lobster
Mary Jo Catlett Mrs. Puff
Dee Bradley Baker Squilliam, Fighter Fish, Fish 1
Brad Abrell Announcer
Sirena Irwin Fish 2

Casting Director Donna Grillo Gonzales
Casting and Music Coordinator Jennie Monica
Executive Assistant Elise McCollum
Supervising Recording Engineer Krandal Crews
2nd Recording Engineer Justin Brinsfield
Production Dialogue Supervisor Tony Ostyn
Animatic Supervisor Paul Finn
Animatic Editor Brian Robitaille
Assistant Storyboard Artists Zeus Cervas
Heather Martinez
Caleb Meurer
Original Character Design Stephen Hillenburg
Character Designer Todd White
Prop Designer Thaddeus Paul Couldron
Character Clean-Up Eduardo Acosta
Layout Supervisor Kenny Pittenger
BG Layout Design John Seymore
Paula Spence
Background Painters Peter Bennett
Michael Chen
Andy "Spike" Clark
Calvin G. Liang
BG Scanning Department Stephen Christian
Steven Kellams
Eric Stanton
Supervising Color Stylist Teale Reon Wang
Color Stylist Dene Ann Heming
Production Coordinators June Bliss
Marcy Lynn Dewey
Production Assistant Derek Iversen
Final Checker Karen Shaffer

Cast of "Band Geeks" Live Action Sequences
Director of Photography Mike Bundlie
Production Assistant Patrik Thelander

Senior Director Technical Services John Powell
Technical Engineering Assistant Jim Leber
Post Production Supervisor Eric Weyenberg
Additional Post Production Services Mishelle Smith
Michael Petak
Jeff Adams
Picture Editor Lynn Hobson
Post Production Sound Supervisor and Mixer Timothy J. Borquez
Sound FX Designer and Editor Jeffrey Hutchins
Sound Editor Gabriel Rosas
Re-Recording Mixers Eric Freeman
Roy Braverman
Foley Andrea Anderson
Vincent Guisetti
Music Editor Nicolas Carr
Music Composed by The Blue Hawaiians
Sage Guyton & Jeremy Wakefield
Steven Belfer
Brad Carow
Music Contributions Lovecat Music
"SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song" Lyrics by Stephen Hillenburg, Derek Drymon
Composed by Hank Smith

Performed by Pat Pinney

On-Line Editors Barry Cohen
Gayle Mc Intyre
Faust Pierfederici
DaVinci Colorist Dexter P.
Post Production Services Pacifica Sound Group
Animation Services Rough Draft Studios, Korea
Overseas Supervisor Doug Williams
Live Action Island Footage by Bad Clams Productions, inc.
Title Still Photography by David Frapwell
Stock Footage Historic Films
Developed by Derek Drymon
Tim Hill
Nicholas R. Jennings
Production Executive Eric Coleman
Executive in Charge of Production Lolee Aries

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Awards and nominations for SpongeBob SquarePants (VE)

Golden Reel Awards StatueStraight

Best Sound Editing in Television Animation – Music

Nominees: Stephen Hillenburg, Donna Castricone, Nicholas R. Jennings, Alan Smart, Peter Burns, Doug Lawrence, Derek Drymon, Alex Gordon, Donna Grillo, Jennie Monica, Krandal Crews, Jim Leber, Justin Brinsfield, Tony Ostyn, Nicolas Carr (for "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy"/"Pickles;" 2000)Nicolas Carr (for "Fools in April"/"Neptune's Spatula" in 2001; for "Jellyfish Hunter"/"The Fry Cook Games" in 2002; for "Wet Painters"/"Krusty Krab Training Video" in 2003; for "The Great Snail Race"/"Mid-Life Crustacean" in 2004) • Jimmy Lifton, D.J. Lynch, Jeff Hutchins, Tony Ostyn and Paulette Lifton (for "Mid-Life Crustacean;" 2004)

Best Sound Editing in Television Animation – Sound

Nominees: Nicolas Carr (for "Karate Choppers;" 2000) • Andrea Anderson, Jimmy Lifton, Monette Holderer, D.J. Lynch, Vincent Gutisetti, Jeff Hutchins and Gabriel Rosas (for "Rock Bottom"/"Arrgh!;" 2001)

Best Sound Editing in Television – Animation

Nominees: Timothy J. Borquez, Jeff Hutchins and Daisuke Sawa (for "The Secret Box"/"Band Geeks;" 2002)

Best Sound Editing in Television Animation

Nominees: Jimmy Lifton, Jeff Hutchins, Tony Ostyn and Chris Gresham (for "Nasty Patty"/"Idiot Box;" 2012)

Best Sound Editing in Television: Animated

Nominees: Jimmy Lifton, Nicolas Carr, D.J. Lynch, Jeff Hutchins, Tony Ostyn, Chris Gresham and Paulette Lifton (for "Pranks a Lot"/"SpongeBob Meets the Strangler;" 2005) • Vincent Gutisetti, Jimmy Lifton, Nicolas Carr, Monique Reymond, D.J. Lynch, Mark Howlett, Jeff Hutchins, Aran Tanchum, Mishelle Smith and Paulette Lifton (for "Have You Seen This Snail?;" 2006)Nicolas Carr, Mishelle Fordham, Monette Becktold, Jeff Hutchins, Timothy J. Borquez, Tom Syslo, Jason Stiff, Tony Orozco and Kimberlee Vanek (for "SpongeHenge;" 2008)

Best Sound Editing: Television Animation

Nominees: : Chiho Oyamada Carr, Nicolas Carr, Mishelle Fordham, Daisuke Sawa, Monette Becktold, Jeff Hutchins, Timothy J. Borquez, Tom Syslo, Eric Freeman, Dan Cubert, Lawrence Reyes, Jason Stiff, Tony Orozco and Kimberlee Vanek (for "Suction Cup Symphony;" 2009) • Chino Oyamada Carr, Nicolas Carr, Mishelle Fordham, Monette Becktold, Jeff Hutchins, Timothy J. Borquez, Eric Freeman, Tom Syslo, Keith Dickens, Jason Stiff, Sergio Silva, Tony Orozco and Kimberlee Vanek (for "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One;" 2010)

Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR Animation in Television

Nominees: Devon Bowman, Justin Brinsfield, Nicolas Carr, Andrea Anderson, Mishelle Fordham, Monette Becktold, Jeff Hutchins, Eric Freeman, Tony Orozco and Danny Tchibinda (for "Gary's New Toy;" 2013) • Mishelle Fordham, Monette Becktold, Jeff Hutchins, Timothy J. Borquez, Tom Syslo, Eric Freeman, Bobby Crew, Keith Dickens, Gabriel Rossas and Tony Orozco (for "It's a SpongeBob Christmas!;" 2013)

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