"Biddy Sitting" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season twelve. In this episode, SpongeBob and Patrick are victims of a hoax and end up babysitting a grumpy old woman who tries to escape by all means.



The episode begins with SpongeBob and Patrick starting their business for babysitting, with a woman calling them down to babysit her kids. They successfully take care of her kids and start going around town, trying to find more people who need babysitting help. An old woman asks SpongeBob and Patrick to help babysit her baby, and when they accept, she runs off happily. When they go inside, they realize the baby is extremely ugly, but still treat her like a regular baby and name her Baby Prunes.

The two feed, play, and put Baby Prunes to bed, and afterwards, SpongeBob goes into the bathroom. In there, he realizes that Baby Prunes is actually an extremely old woman, but Patrick accidentally lets Baby Prunes run free due to him thinking she's a dog, before SpongeBob can tell him she's not a baby. The two get worried and try looking for her, only to end up in a sewing circle, where the old women in there spit on their cloth and rub it on them.

Meanwhile, Baby Prunes is doing extreme sports and activities, until eventually SpongeBob and Patrick reach her again. They are happy to see her again, but Baby Prunes is mad at them for treating her like a baby and beats them up. This makes Baby Prunes tired and fall asleep, and the episode ends with SpongeBob and Patrick walking into the distance with Baby Prunes in her wheelchair.


The episode was confirmed by Vincent Waller on June 29, 2019.[1]


 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) SpongeBob music

  Riverboat Rumpas - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Title card]
  Tentically Speaking - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Opening]
  Toy Piano - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [Squidward dressed as a baby]
  Hot Steel and Slide Licks (b) - Jeremy Wakefield ["No one in the right mind will ever hire you as babysitters!"]
  Domestic Chores - Joseph Engleman [Mother hires SpongeBob and Patrick as babysitters]
  Daisy Chain - Harold Smart [Babies crawling around the house]
  Unknown Track 46 - Nicolas Carr [Patrick pulls out a pair of feeding bottles in chain]
  Retro Cool 03 095 D - Steve Sechi/Big Fish Audio [Patrick doing movements with the bottles]
  Kiddy Kappers - Harry Breuer, Jean-Jacques Perrey [Montage of SpongeBob and Patrick babysitting]
  Little Garden - Johnny Hawksworth [Mother comes back home]
  Boy Scout - Harold Smart [Mary tells SpongeBob and Patrick to watch her "baby"]
  Vibe Q Sting - Nicolas Carr [SpongeBob and Patrick shrug]
  Danse Comique - Kenny Graham [SpongeBob and Patrick enter Mary's house]
  Trap Door - David Lindup [Mary's baby is actually her mother]
  Tom Fool - Van Phillips [Mary's mother discovers SpongeBob and Patrick babysitting her]
  ? [Patrick playing the harmonica while he's trapped with SpongeBob ]
  Breakout - Syd Dale [SpongeBob and Patrick escape from the jail]
  Happy-Go-Lucky - Ernest Tomlinson [SpongeBob and Patrick put Mary's mother in a cradle]
  A Simple Conversation - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [Mary's mother escapes from the cradle while SpongeBob prepares a bath for her]
  Trap Door - David Lindup ["WHOA! 137TH BIRTHDAY?!"]
  Five More Comical Cuts - Ronald Hanmer ["Uh? Is that a puppy I hear?"]
  Happy Links 6-9 - Paul Fenoulhet [Mary's mother escapes from the house making Patrick believe she's a puppy]
  Eight Dramatic Bridges - Ronald Hanmer ["Patrick, she's not a baby!"]
  Grass Skirt Chase - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield ["That was no puppy, that was an old lady!"]
  Happy Links 6-9 - Paul Fenoulhet [Old ladies at nursing home]
  Breakout - Syd Dale [SpongeBob and Patrick enter the nursing home]
  Horror-Scope - Ronald Hanmer [Old ladies throw saliva in their handkerchiefs]
  Eight Dramatic Bridges - Ronald Hanmer [Old ladies pass their salivated handkerchiefs through SpongeBob and Patrick]
  Monster Wave - Nicolas Carr, Fabian Fernandez, James King [Mary's mother doing extreme activities]
  Hot Steel and Slide Licks (q) - Jeremy Wakefield [SpongeBob and Patrick still looking for Mary's mother]
  Boxing Greats #2 - Jack Shaindlin [SpongeBob and Patrick discover Mary's mother at the boxing stadium]
  Aquarium - Eric Gemsa, Bernard Rabaud [Mary's mother falling asleep]
  Aloha Lui Lui - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [SpongeBob and Patrick put her back on his wheelchair]
  Hot Steel and Slide Licks (V) - Jeremy Wakefield ["Ew, that's me."]
  ? [Ending]



  • Although this episode premiered in 2020, it was made in 2019 according to the credits.
  • The title is a pun on "babysitting," referencing the babysitting theme of the episode and the elderly woman's irritability.
  • When this episode first premiered, it was paired up with "Who R Zoo?"
    • Coincidentally, both of these episodes are about SpongeBob and Patrick making their own business.
  • This episode marks the second major appearance of Mary's mother since "Chocolate with Nuts."
  • Some of the surfers from "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One" briefly reappears in this episode when they are surfing on lava out of a volcano.
  • This episode reveals that Mary's mother is at least 137 years old.
  • This is the third episode in which Squidward is seen as a baby. The first was "Goo Goo Gas" and the second was "Squid Baby."
    • Although, unlike those two, he is only dressed like one in this episode rather than becoming one.
  • This episode was originally going to premiere in Australia and New Zealand on February 15, 2020, but got delayed to February 22 to coincide with the Best Buddies Ever event.[citation needed]


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First there were eight babies

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Now there were six babies

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Her house is on the other side of Conch Street.

  • SpongeBob and Patrick were assigned to babysit eight babies. In the montage of them babysitting, there were six babies. 
  • When the mother called SpongeBob and Patrick to babysit her house was in front of Conch Street yet in other episodes there is no house in front of the street.  



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