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"Help Wanted" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season 1. In this episode, SpongeBob applies for a job at the Krusty Krab.

Characters[]

Synopsis[]

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"Home to one of my favorite creatures, SpongeBob SquarePants."

The French Narrator introduces the viewers to both Bikini Bottom and SpongeBob SquarePants, one of his favorite sea creatures.

SpongeBob is sleeping in bed before his alarm clock goes off, waking him up. He's eager to get ready for the day that he is to apply for a fry cook job at the Krusty Krab. He warms up by lifting a weight with stuffed animals before jogging to the restaurant with his iconic "I'm ready!", while Patrick Star encourages him from his rock.

SpongeBob starts talking about what job he will do when he reaches the Krusty Krab, but feels like his reach is not ready. Patrick then appears, encouraging him that he was born to have a job. SpongeBob eventually decides to go to the Krusty Krab to get the job. Squidward sees SpongeBob running to the restaurant, making him panic and tell Mr. Krabs to watch out for SpongeBob.

SpongeBob has already arrived, though, and he tries to get Mr. Krabs to give him the job after jumping back and forth across the restaurant after tripping on a loose nail. He tells Mr. Krabs that Squidward will vouch for him, but Squidward tells Mr. Krabs that he does not believe SpongeBob should get the job. Mr. Krabs tells SpongeBob that if he gets a seemingly nonexistent hydro-dynamic spatula, he will get the job. SpongeBob quickly runs to the Barg'N-Mart to get it, as Squidward and Mr. Krabs laugh, thinking he will not have the job.

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SpongeBob prepares Krabby Patties for the crowd of anchovies.

Soon after SpongeBob leaves, five buses filled with a bunch of hungry anchovies arrive at the restaurant, making Squidward and Mr. Krabs panic, as the latter knows what happens when anchovies come. As the anchovies flood the restaurant, Squidward tries to get them all settled, but they're still crazy. It seems the two are both finished due to the flood of anchovies, but then SpongeBob arrives with the hydrodynamic spatula he found (as there was only one in stock), having fulfilled the errand Mr. Krabs gave him and leaving the two in stunned surprise. SpongeBob goes into the kitchen and, in a montage accompanied by Tiny Tim's "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight," cooks many Krabby Patties then tosses them to all the hungry anchovies until they all feel satisfied and leave the restaurant.

Mr. Krabs recruits SpongeBob as a fry cook thanks to him saving the Krusty Krab from the anchovies, much to Squidward's chagrin, then goes to his office to count the day's profits. Then, Patrick walks into the restaurant and order a Krabby Patty, prompting SpongeBob to create a slew of patties and chuck them all at him, flinging the former out. Squidward tells Mr. Krabs to go see SpongeBob and possibly get him in trouble for the mess he made.

Production[]

Early sketches/Concept art[]

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Storyboard (Rough)[]

Storyboard (Final)[]

  • Boarded by Stephen Hillenburg and Derek Drymon.
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SpongeBoy Ahoy Storyboards “Help Wanted” Full Episode

Cels and model sheets[]

Paintings[]

Deleted scene[]

Originally, there was a scene where SpongeBob tastes some samples from the seafood section in Barg N-Mart, saying that they're delicious

Development[]

"Help Wanted" was written by series creator Stephen Hillenburg, along with Derek Drymon and Tim Hill, and was directed by Alan Smart.[8] Hillenburg also functioned as a storyboard director, and Drymon worked as storyboard artist.[8][9] He began developing SpongeBob SquarePants into a television series in late 1996 upon the cancellation of Rocko's Modern Life earlier the same year.[10][11]

Hillenburg's original idea for the pitch was that the writers would write a storyboard for a possible episode and pitch it to Nickelodeon.[12] One of the original ideas was to write an episode with SpongeBob and Squidward on a road trip, inspired by the 1989 film Powwow Highway.[12] Even though the idea would later be substantially developed, Hillenburg gave up on the storyboard idea for the initial pitch.[12] The crew revived the road trip idea during the first season and used many of their original ideas for the episode "Pizza Delivery."[12]

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Original storyboard drawn in 1997 and was titled "SpongeBoy Ahoy!"

Originally the character was to be named "SpongeBoy," and the show was going to be called SpongeBoy Ahoy![13][14] However, the Nickelodeon legal department discovered that the name "SpongeBoy" was already trademarked for a pencil.[13][15] This was discovered after voice acting for the original seven-minute pilot was recorded in 1997.[13] Upon finding this out, Hillenburg decided that the character's given name still had to contain "Sponge" so viewers would not take the character to be a block of anthropomorphic cheese. Hillenburg ultimately decided to name the character "SpongeBob." He chose "SquarePants" as a family name, as it referred to the character's square shape, and it had a "nice ring to it." Despite the early renaming, SpongeBob would be called SpongeBoy in a few episodes such as "Squeaky Boots" and "It's a SpongeBob Christmas!"[16]

In an interview with Cyma Zarghami, she told "their [Nickelodeon executives'] immediate reaction was to see it again, both because they liked it and it was unlike anything they had ever seen before."[17] Hillenburg said the character construction in the episode was loose, but the character development was already "pretty strong."[18] Cavna rewatched the episode in 2009 and said "so much of the style and polish are already in place."[19][19]

Stephen Hillenburg and Derek Drymon were having dinner and came up with the idea for "Help Wanted" based on an experience Hillenburg had in the Boy Scouts.[12] Hillenburg and writer Tim Hill worked it into an outline.[12] In 1997, while pitching the series to Nickelodeon executives, Stephen Hillenburg donned a Hawaiian shirt, brought along an "underwater terrarium with models of the characters," and Hawaiian music to set the theme. The setup was described by Nick executive Eric Coleman as "pretty amazing."[20] When given money and two weeks to write the pilot episode "Help Wanted," Hillenburg, Derek Drymon, and Nick Jennings returned with – described by Nickelodeon official Albie Hecht – "a performance [I] wish [I] had on tape."[21] Although described as stressful by executive producer Derek Drymon, the pitch went "very well;" Kevin Kay and Hecht had to step outside because they were "exhausted from laughing," making the creators worried.[21] With help from Tim Hill and art director Nick Jennings, Hillenburg finished the pitch and sold SpongeBob SquarePants to Nickelodeon.[12] Drymon said, "the network approved it—so we were ready to go."[12]

SpongeBob SquarePants aired its first episode, "Help Wanted," along with sister episodes "Reef Blower" and "Tea at the Treedome," on May 1, 1999, following the television airing of the 1999 Kids' Choice Awards. The series later made its "official" debut on July 17, 1999 with the second episode, "Bubblestand/Ripped Pants."[22] This episode was re-aired on July 24, 1999, along with "Reef Blower/Tea at the Treedome" to consider it official.

Differences from the rest of the series[]

The pilot episode was made and recorded in 1997, so it has many differences to the rest of the series. However, the original version of the episode had many other minor differences corrected later. For example, this and a few other early episodes have SpongeBob's bed on the right, while the rest of the series properly has it on the left; this is also the only episode where his blanket is solid blue, as opposed to purple with yellow flowers (although a few early Season 1 episodes color it blue with yellow flowers).

Differences in voices are another example. SpongeBob's voice is slightly low-pitched, and Patrick's voice is even more lower-pitched than the one he would have going forward. The designs and colors for characters are also different:

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Squidward with pale cyan skin and Mr. Krabs with light red eyelids.

  • SpongeBob has fewer holes than he does in other episodes. He also looks slightly fatter, and his shoes are slightly larger. SpongeBob's toes are pointier, and his walking is not accompanied with any sound effects.
  • Mr. Krabs' eyelids are bright pink as opposed to the same shade of red as the rest of his body.
  • Patrick's pants are a slightly different shade of green, not to mention he looks slightly chubbier. In some shots, his eyebrows closer resemble a mirrored version of their season 2-present appearance than their season 1-early season 2 form.
  • Squidward's complexion is paler, his eyelids are the same color as his skin instead of darker, his laugh is different, the comedic "splat" sound is different, his legs are shorter, and his nose does not puff in and out when he laughs.
  • Gary's eye pupils are red dots and his irises are smaller, and he has a higher, somewhat squeakier tone of voice in the "meow" that sounds a little closer to an actual cat's meow; Tom Kenny claims to use a new "meow" for each episode where Gary is shown making noises, and the recording of this episode was much more removed from the rest of the series than consecutive episodes, even across different seasons, are from each other, explaining the more consistent "meow" throughout the rest of the series.
  • The characters' tongues have a black outline instead of red.
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-4K Upscaled- SpongeBob SquarePants Original 1997 Intro

1997 intro

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SpongeBob SquarePants!

Miscellaneous:

  • The animation used for bubble transitions is much choppier.
  • Squidward appears to have rows of bamboo poles behind his house, as in the concept art.
  • Squidward's house has a path consisting of wooden blocks instead of stones as seen in every other episode.
  • There is only one window in the front of SpongeBob's house. This was a feature in some of the other early episodes, such as "Jellyfishing" and "Boating School," but after those very early episodes, it is almost always depicted with multiple windows on the front.
  • Mr. Krabs' office is on the right side of the Krusty Krab as opposed to its position the left for the duration of the series. In one shot, there is nothing visually to suggest there was a door in the usual location at all. It is unknown if this is an error, or a change made later in the show's production.
  • The original 1997 version uses a different intro with "Sponge Bob Theme." It plays after Patrick says, "Go SpongeBob." The more familiar intro was used when the series officially aired.

Music[]

 ) Production music
 ) Original music
 ) SpongeBob music

1997 pilot version[]

  Glissando (A) - Richard Myhill, Skaila Kanga [Opening to the sound of crashing waves]
  Aloha Oé - George K, Hans Haider, Queen Lili'uokalani [The opening]
  Honolulu March - George K, J Dounfrey, Hans Haider ["Today's the big day, Gary."]
  The Land Is Ours - Gregor F. Narholz [SpongeBob lifts his teddy bear weights.]
  Timpani Roll [#48] - Sammy Burdson [Overlays "The Land Is Ours."]
  Grand Orchestral Fanfare - Gregor F. Narholz [SpongeBob lifts his teddy bear weights.]
  Honolulu March - George K, J Dounfrey, Hans Haider ["I'm ready, I'm ready, I'm ready..."]
  Sponge Bob Theme - Brad Carow [Title sequence]
  Next Door Neighbour - Rick Cassman, Vyvyan Hope-Scott ["The Krusty Krab, home of the Krabby Patty."]
  The Land Is Ours - Gregor F. Narholz [Patrick encourages SpongeBob.]
  Grand Orchestral Fanfare - Gregor F. Narholz ["Who's a big yellow cube with holes?"]
  Honolulu March - George K, J Dounfrey, Hans Haider [SpongeBob runs to the Krusty Krab.]
  Oyster Girls - Robert Alexander White ["Permission to come aboard, captain!"]
  The Rake Hornpipe - Robert Alexander White [Mr. Krabs gives SpongeBob a test.]
  Bartmania A - Guy Moon ["That sounded like hatch doors."]
  Menace from the Deep - Robert Cornford ["That smell... a kind of smelly smell."]
  Bartmania A - Guy Moon [Anchovies rush into the Krusty Krab/Anchovies pick up the boat/"All hands on deck! Get your anchors out of your pants!"]
  Cymbals [#85] - Mark Nolan [Plays before "Death Trap"]
  Death Trap [#27] - Gregor F. Narholz ["Batten down the hatches, Mr. Squidward!"]
  Bossa Cubana - Gerhard Narholz [SpongeBob shops for a hydro-dynamic spatula at Barg'N-Mart.]
  Battle at Sea - Johnny Pearson ["Climb, Mr. Squidward! Climb!"]
  Reach for the Stars - Richard A. Harvey [SpongeBob returns.]
  The Main Event - Gregor F. Narholz [The hydro-dynamic spatula is revealed.]
  Buffoonery - Van Phillips ["Who's hungry?"]
  Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight - Tiny Tim [Montage of SpongeBob making Krabby Patties/Ending.]

1999 recut version[]

  Hawaiian Train - Victor Cavini [Title card]
  Glissando (A) - Richard Myhill, Skaila Kanga [Bubble wipe]
  Aloha Oé - George K, Hans Haider, Queen Lili'uokalani [The opening]
  Honolulu March - George K, J Dounfrey, Hans Haider ["Today's the big day, Gary."]
  The Land Is Ours - Gregor F. Narholz [SpongeBob lifts his teddy bear weights.]
  Timpani Roll [#48] - Sammy Burdson [Overlays "The Land Is Ours."]
  Grand Orchestral Fanfare - Gregor F. Narholz [SpongeBob lifts his teddy bear weights.]
  Honolulu March - George K, J Dounfrey, Hans Haider ["I'm ready, I'm ready, I'm ready..."]
  Next Door Neighbour - Rick Cassman, Vyvyan Hope-Scott ["The Krusty Krab, home of the Krabby Patty."]
  The Land Is Ours - Gregor F. Narholz [Patrick encourages SpongeBob.]
  Grand Orchestral Fanfare - Gregor F. Narholz ["Who's a big yellow cube with holes?"]
  Honolulu March - George K, J Dounfrey, Hans Haider [SpongeBob runs to the Krusty Krab.]
  Oyster Girls - Robert Alexander White ["Permission to come aboard, captain!"]
  The Rake Hornpipe - Robert Alexander White [Mr. Krabs gives SpongeBob a test.]
  Bartmania A - Guy Moon ["That sounded like hatch doors."]
  Menace from the Deep - Robert Cornford ["That smell... a kind of smelly smell."]
  Bartmania A - Guy Moon [Anchovies rush into the Krusty Krab/Anchovies pick up the boat/"All hands on deck! Get your anchors out of your pants!"]
  Cymbals [#85] - Mark Nolan [Plays before "Death Trap"]
  Death Trap [#27] - Gregor F. Narholz ["Batten down the hatches, Mr. Squidward!"]
  Bossa Cubana - Gerhard Narholz [SpongeBob shops for a hydro-dynamic spatula at Barg'N-Mart.]
  Battle at Sea - Johnny Pearson ["Climb, Mr. Squidward! Climb!"]
  Reach for the Stars - Richard A. Harvey [SpongeBob returns.]
  The Main Event - Gregor F. Narholz [The hydro-dynamic spatula is revealed.]
  Buffoonery - Van Phillips ["Who's hungry?"]
  Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight - Tiny Tim [Montage of SpongeBob making Krabby Patties/Ending.]

Release[]

Reception[]

  • In fan-voted SpongeBob SquarePants marathons, "Help Wanted" was ranked #24 during the Best Day Ever event from November 9–10, 2006 and #6 during The Ultimate SpongeBob SpongeBash event from July 17–19, 2009.
  • "Help Wanted" was ranked #69 during the SpongeBob's Top 100 event in the UK and Ireland from June 4-8, 2012.
  • In the "Top 100 Greatest Moments in Nicktoon History," one scene of the episode was ranked #29 and again #17 in the part near the beginning where SpongeBob lifts his stuffed animal barbell.
  • This episode is number 1 on The Tom Kenny Collection on iTunes and Amazon.com. His description states:
"It's hard to believe that when we started work on this maybe a dozen people knew what a 'SpongeBob' was. I fell in love with the characters and drawings at first sight. 'Havin a Wonderful Time'[sic] by Tiny Tim is one of the greatest songs ever recorded - (sorry, Beatles!)."

Trivia[]

General[]

  • This episode was originally called "Sponge Overboard" when it was outlined in the 1997 pitch bible.[23]
  • This episode was produced as a stand-alone pilot before a full season was ordered. Because of this, it originally had no production code. It was later re-cut for broadcast and given the title "Help Wanted." The re-cut was produced along with the theme song sequence in the middle of season one. Together, the re-cut and the theme sequence make up production code "#127."
  • This is the very first episode for a few things:
    • The very first episode of not just SpongeBob SquarePants, but also the entire SpongeBob franchise.
    • The very first episode SpongeBob, Gary, Patrick, Squidward, Mr. Krabs, and the anchovies appear in.
    • The very first episode to show a live-action scene. The corals at the beginning are live-action.
  • This is the only episode for a few things:
    • The only episode where the music is edited by William B. Griggs, M.P.S.E., as the next episode to be produced, "Tea at the Treedome," was edited by Nicolas Carr.
    • The only episode in the first three seasons to not have a creative director credited in the opening credits.
      • This does not count "Reef Blower," which does not have opening credits.
  • This episode is referenced in "Bottle Burglars" when the bottom of Mr. Krabs' desk reads "05-01-99," which is the airdate for this episode.
  • This episode is not included on The Complete 1st Season, The 1st Season: Volume 1, The Complete First Season, The First & Second Seasons, and Movies & TV Collection DVDs, due to a copyright claim with the song "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" by Tiny Tim, which is played near the end of the episode. According to Derek Drymon, this is because Nickelodeon did not want to pay Tiny Tim's estate for the rights.[24]
  • Also, "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" is occasionally replaced with "12th St Rag" on newer releases, most notably on the official SpongeBob SquarePants YouTube channel, which uses the same sped-up, high pitched variation as "Employee of the Month."[26]
  • During the Best Day Ever marathon, this episode was paired up with "Reef Blower" and "Your Shoe's Untied."[27]
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SpongeBob is close towards the camera and stares at it with one eye open.

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A reference to this episode is seen as "Help Wanted" is used as a quest title.

  • This episode was referenced in Nickverse as a title for a quest.
  • On Apple TV listings of this episode (along with its two sister episodes), the airdate is accidentally listed as April 9, 2012 instead of the correct May 1, 1999.
  • As part of a timeline, The Patrick Star Show episode "5 Star Restaurant" takes place before this episode, as at the end of that episode, Squidward sees graffiti of himself and "Loser" pointing to it, similar to how he cleans the graffiti when he sees SpongeBob approaching in this episode.
  • This episode was finished in 1997, but did not air until May 1, 1999, because the cast wanted to change various things. Similar periods between production of pilot episodes and their premiere on television are somewhat regular.
    • This is also the only episode to be produced that year.
  • The end credits for the 1997 and 1999 versions of "Help Wanted" have several differences, including:
    • In the cast credits in the 1997 version, Bill Fagerbakke's name is misspelled as "Bill Fabberbakke." This error was corrected in the 1999 version.
    • In the cast credits in the 1997 version, Patrick Star's name is misspelled as "Partick Star." This error was corrected in the 1999 version.
    • Gary the Snail, who was voiced by Tom Kenny, is not credited in the 1997 version. This error was corrected in the 1999 version with Gary being added in.
    • Carolyn Lawrence, who voiced Sandy, is not credited in the 1997 version. This is because "Tea at the Treedome" had not been produced yet.
    • In the credits in the 1997 version, Erik Wiese's name is misspelled as "Erik Weise." This error was corrected in the 1999 version.
    • In the credits in the 1997 version, the song "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" is incorrectly listed as "Living in the Sunshine, Loving in the Moonlight."[sic] The same screen in the 1997 version also reads "written and performed by Tiny Tim (courtesy Reprise Records.)" with a period at the end. The 1999 version has the song listed as "Living in The Sunshine, Loving in The Moonlight."[sic] The same screen in the 1999 version also reads "written & performed by Tiny Tim (courtesy Reprise Records)" without a period at the end. The word "and" is written in ampersand form instead of letter form like in the 1997 version.
    • Near the ending of the 1997 version, instead of the United Plankton Pictures, Inc. logo being displayed, there is a logo with the "Created By" text above, the SpongeBob sketch drawing in the middle, and the "Stephen Hillenburg" text below. This is because Stephen Hillenburg had not yet created the company.
    • The 1997 version is the only episode to be produced by Games Animation, which would later be renamed to Nickelodeon Animation Studio the following year.
    • At the ending of the 1997 version, there is an early Nicktoons logo that has a small and short copyright notice with a production date of 1997. The ending of the 1999 version has a more detailed and prolonged copyright notice with a production date of 1999.
      • This is the first time where the copyright year does not match the actual production year, in this case, being the 1999 full version. However, this is because its sister episodes were produced in 1999.

Dub facts[]

  • In the Italian dub, "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" was removed, most likely due to copyright reasons.
  • In the Brazilian dub, in the early airings of the show on Globo in 2003, "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" was replaced by an instrumental version of the CatDog theme song.[31]

Errors[]

  • Stephen Hillenburg's name in the "Written By" section of the opening credits is misspelled as "Stephen Hilleburg," missing the "N" in his surname.
  • In the beginning, SpongeBob's house is missing a window.
  • When SpongeBob is looking at the Krusty Krab, he is on the sand. In the next shot, he is on the road.
  • When Patrick says, "Who's ready?," his eyelids are pink instead of the usual purple.
  • The last time SpongeBob says "I'm ready!," his collar turns red.
    • The same thing happens in the final shot of him making Krabby Patties for the anchovies.
  • After Squidward looks back to see SpongeBob, the arrow in the graffiti is gone.
  • When SpongeBob arrives at the Krusty Krab, the "Enter" sign in front of the Krusty Krab is on the road instead of next to it.
    • Also, in all the over-head shots of the Krusty Krab throughout the episode, the "Enter" sign is missing.
  • In one shot, it shows four buses pulling up to the Krusty Krab, but a few shots later, there are five parked.
  • When Mr. Krabs yells "Anchovies!," the top of Squidward's mouth is separated with a line.
  • Whenever the anchovies say "Meep," their pupils are small, but in the next scene, their pupils are big.
  • When Squidward says "Quiet! Is this anyway to behave?," the Krusty Krab's side window and metal back wall are both gone.
  • When the anchovies are picking up the ordering boat, the "Order Here" sign is nowhere to be seen.
  • In the over-head shot of the Krusty Krab where the restaurant is jumping left to right, the white spots on two of the Krusty Krab's decorative flags are purple.
  • When Mr. Krabs and Squidward hit the pole, a frame of what looks like the alternate or inverted background for the credits appears.
  • When Mr. Krabs says, "Climb Mr. Squidward! Climb!," Squidward's upper teeth are purple.
  • When Squidward says, "Mr. Krabs!," the anchor illustration on his hat disappears for a split-second.
  • When SpongeBob asks "Did someone order a spatula?," the pole Mr. Krabs and Squidward are on has a red covering. In the other scenes, they are blue.
  • Every time Mr. Krabs jumps when he says "Hip, hip!," his white undershirt disappears for a split-second.
  • In one scene, SpongeBob's teeth turn yellow.
  • When SpongeBob says "So, uh, when do I start?," the screen shakes for a split second.
  • The Chum Bucket is not across the street from the Krusty Krab in this episode. This is due to the Chum Bucket not appearing until its debut.
  • When SpongeBob is heading towards the Krusty Krab saying "Go SpongeBob, Go, SpongeBob!," his mouth movements are animated incorrectly.
  • SpongeBob's eyelashes disappear when he looks for a spatula in the Barg'N-Mart.


Names in other languages[]

Language Name Meaning
Albanian Nevojë për ndihmë Need Help
Arabic مطلوب موظفين
matlub muazafin
Staff Required
Bulgarian Търсим персонал/Търси се помощник
Tŭrsim personal/Tŭrsi se pomoshtnik
Looking for Staff/Help Wanted
Chinese (Simplified) 找工作
Zhǎo gōngzuò
Look for a Job
Chinese (Traditional) 急徵店員
Jí zhǐ diànyuán
Urgently Seeking Store Assistant
Czech Hledá se kuchař Chef Wanted
Danish Hjælp Søges Help Wanted
Dutch Hulp Gezocht Help Wanted
Estonian Vajatakse abi Help Needed
Finnish Ravintola-apulainen Resturant Assistant
French Bienvenue à bord Welcome Aboard
German Aushilfe gesucht Temporary Help Wanted
Greek Ζητείται Βοηθός
Ziteítai Voithós
Assistant Wanted
Hebrew דרוש עובד
Drvsh vvd
Helper Wanted
Hungarian Alkalmazott kerestetik Employee Wanted
Indonesian Bantuan Diinginkan Help Wanted
Italian Cercasi aiuto Help Wanted
Japanese バイト募集中
Baito boshū-chū
Now Recruiting Part-time Workers
Korean 직원을 구합니다/직원 모집
jig-won-eul guhabnida/jig-won mojib
Hire a Staff Member/Recruiting Employees
Latvian Tiek meklēti palīgi Help Wanted
Macedonian Бараме Помошник Search for a Helper
Norwegian Hjelp ønskes Help Wanted
Polish Potrzebna pomoc Help Needed
Portuguese (Brazilian) Precisa-se de Ajudante Helper Needed
Portuguese (European) Precisa-se de Ajuda Help Wanted
Romanian Prima zi de muncă/Se caută angajați First Day of Work/Employees Wanted
Russian Требуется помощник
Trebuyetsya pomoshchnik
Assistant Required
Serbian Traži se radnik Looking for a Worker
Spanish (American) Se busca ayuda Help Wanted
Spanish (European) Se necesita ayudante Helper Needed
Swedish Hjälp sökes Help Wanted
Turkish Eleman Aranıyor Employee Wanted
Ukrainian Потрібен помічник
Potriben pomichnyk
Need an Assistant

Videos[]

References[]

  1. ^ File:SpongeBoy Ahoy Help Wanted 060397-0.png
  2. ^ File:SpongeBoy Name Tag Production Art.jpeg
  3. ^ Page 60 from the Prince George Press September 16, 1999.
  4. ^ This Month on Nick: March 2000 - Nickelodeon Australia Retrieved on December 17, 2009.
  5. ^ http://tvp.netcollect.ru/tvps/zvfanvgedsxq.jpg
  6. ^ https://wikidobragens.fandom.com/pt/wiki/SpongeBob_SquarePants - listed on the "Estreia" part of the page's infobox
  7. ^ Новий Канал channel program 07-02-01
  8. ^ a b SpongeBob SquarePants: 10 Happiest Moments. DVD. Paramount Home Entertainment, 2010.
  9. ^ Mavis, Paul (September 16, 2010). SpongeBob SquarePants: 10 Happiest Moments. DVD Talk. Retrieved on September 20, 2013.
  10. ^ Hillenburg, Stephen (2003). The Origin of SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete First Season (DVD). Paramount Home Entertainment. 
  11. ^ Banks, p. 9
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