If you were looking for the article about the episode, then see "Karate Island."
If you were looking for the article about the place, then see Condo Island.
An asterisk (*) indicates that this episode is included on the Greek release.
|68b - "SquidBob TentaclePants"|
|69a - "Krusty Towers"|
|69b - "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired"|
|70b - "Ghost Host"|
|72b - "Wishing You Well"|
|71b - "Karate Island"|
|73a - "New Leaf"|
|72a - "All That Glitters"*|
|List of home videos|
- "SpongeBob's Karate Chops" Game
- The back cover of this DVD contains pictures from the following episodes:
- This DVD also contains short trailers for various Nickelodeon shows. These include older SpongeBob DVDs, Nick Picks, and Rugrats.
- This is the first karate-themed DVD. The second is Extreme Kah-Rah-Tay.
- This DVD was re-released twice in Australia.
- This is the first SpongeBob DVD to have a PG rating from the BBFC, due to the comic violence in "Karate Island" and frightening scenes in "Ghost Host."
- Despite "Karate Island" being the focus of this DVD, it is actually the sixth episode on this DVD. The same thing happens with the Whale of a Birthday DVD. This is due to the episodes being in production order on the DVD.
- Beginning with this DVD, there are no longer VHS counterparts due to the fact that VHS was discontinued in 2006. The last ever VHS tape for this series was Lost in Time.
- "New Leaf" was released on this DVD 2 months before premiering on TV on September 22, 2006.
- On the Australia release for unknown reasons, the disc reads "Nick Jr. DVD" instead of "Nick DVD."