|List of associated production music contents|
- 1 Sabre Dance
- 2 A Sad Affair
- 3 Sad Parting (a)
- 4 Sailors Delight
- 5 Sailors Hornpipe
- 6 Sailors Hornpipe (a)
- 7 Sailor's Waltz
- 8 Salute to Caesar
- 9 Sailing Over the Dogger Bank
- 10 Salute to the King (c)
- 11 Samba in the Sky
- 12 Samoa Hotel
- 13 Sangoma (d)
- 14 Santa Lucia (a)
- 15 Santa's on His Way
- 16 Saucy Organ
- 17 Savage Episode
- 18 Saw Theme
- 19 Saxaboogie
- 20 Say it with a Smile
- 21 Scared Stiff
- 22 Scary Chase
- 23 Scary Search
- 24 Scary Shivers
- 25 Scary Strings 3
- 26 The Scene
- 27 Scherzo Phrenia
- 28 Scintillating Stars
- 29 Screen Heroes (a)
- 30 Screw on the Loose
- 31 Scorched Earth
- 32 Scotland the Brave/The Rowan Tree
- 33 Sculpture
- 34 Scurry Along
- 35 Sea Adventure
- 36 Sea Battle
- 37 Sea Fanfare
- 38 Search Party
- 39 Sea Shanty Medley
- 40 Seaside Special
- 41 Sea Story
- 42 Secret Agent
- 43 Secret Service
- 44 Secret Shadow
- 45 Secret Sleuth
- 46 Send them Victorious (b)
- 47 Senor Beguine
- 48 Serenading the Night
- 49 Sergeant Jones
- 50 Setting Sail
- 51 Seven Seas
- 52 Shadow Villain
- 53 Shark Alert
- 54 Shark Attack
- 55 Sharkskin
- 56 She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain
- 57 Shock
- 58 Shock Attack [#25]
- 59 Shock Entrance [#24]
- 60 Shock Happening
- 61 Shock Headed Peter
- 62 Shock Horror a
- 63 Shock Statement (a)
- 64 Shoppers World
- 65 Shopping Spree
- 66 Shopping Street
- 67 Shore Leave
- 68 Short Bridge 3
- 69 Short Fanfares
- 70 Showbiz Entrances
- 71 Show Fanfare
- 72 Showdown
- 73 The Shower 60
- 74 Showpizz (a)
- 75 Showtime Fanfares
- 76 Showtime Fill
- 77 Showtime (c)
- 78 Side Drums
- 79 Silent Tears
- 80 Silhouette No.3
- 81 Silly Season A
- 82 The Silver Blade
- 83 Silver Sparkle
- 84 Simply Fab
- 85 Simply Magical
- 86 Sitar Gliss (b)
- 87 Six Comedy Episodes 5
- 88 Six Comedy-Mysterioso Links
- 89 Six Powerful Cues
- 90 Skater's Waltz
- 91 Skills 2 Make Mills
- 92 Skyline
- 93 Skyscraper City
- 94 Slap and Tickle
- 95 Slave Caravan
- 96 Sleazy Sax
- 97 Sleeping Beauty
- 98 Sleepy Time
- 99 Sleigh Bells
- 100 Sleigh-Ride
- 101 Slick in the City
- 102 Sliding 2
- 103 Sliding Down [#68]
- 104 Slip 'n Slide
- 105 Slippery Sid
- 106 Slipping Over
- 107 Sloopy
- 108 Slovakian Czardas Duo
- 109 Slow Figure Skating
- 110 Small Birds
- 111 Smoke and Dreams
- 112 Sneaking About
- 113 Sneaking Around
- 114 Sneaking Around You
- 115 Sneaky Factor
- 116 Sneeky
- 117 So Tired
- 118 Soldier's Joy
- 119 Soljering On
- 120 Solo Harp [#60.06]
- 121 Someone Coming
- 122 Soul Organ Impromptu
- 123 Sounds of Science 1
- 124 South Pacific Island II
- 125 South Sea Island Lullaby
- 126 The Sovereign's March
- 127 Sozzled Sailor
- 128 Space Age Guitar
- 129 Spacecops are Go
- 130 Space Critters (a)
- 131 Space Explorers (a)
- 132 Space Fanfare
- 133 Space Horizons
- 134 Space Quest
- 135 Space Trek
- 136 Space Work 14
- 137 Spaghetti Cowboy
- 138 Spaghetti Western (a)
- 139 Spanish Ladies (b)
- 140 Speaking Guitar
- 141 Speed Freak
- 142 Speed Trials (a)
- 143 Spellweaver
- 144 Spindlelegs
- 145 Spooks
- 146 Spooks Appear 1
- 147 Spooky
- 148 Sport Fanfare
- 149 Sport Gallop
- 150 Sporting Triumph
- 151 Sports and Games
- 152 Sprightly Link 6
- 153 Spring Cleaning
- 154 Spring in the Air
- 155 Spring Song
- 156 Springtime for Lovers
- 157 Spritely Sprite
- 158 Spy
- 159 Stack of Leis
- 160 Stadium Rave (a)
- 161 Stage Struck
- 162 The Stalker
- 163 Stand-Up Comic
- 164 Stand Boys Stand
- 165 Starboard
- 166 Starlight Flight
- 167 Star Parade
- 168 Star Premiere
- 169 Star Prizes (a)
- 170 Star Voyager
- 171 Star Warriors
- 172 Stars and Games
- 173 Static Time
- 174 Stealth
- 175 Stealth by Night
- 176 Stealthily
- 177 Stepping into Danger
- 178 Stepping Up [#61]
- 179 Steve's March
- 180 Stiff Upper Lip
- 181 Stirred, Not Shaken! (a)
- 182 Stool Pigeon
- 183 Stop Press
- 184 The Story Of The West (a)
- 185 The Storyteller
- 186 Straight from Hell
- 187 Strange Goings-On
- 188 A Stranger in Town
- 189 The Stranger in Town
- 190 Street Scene
- 191 String Fashion
- 192 Strip Tease
- 193 Striptease A
- 194 Stupid Cupid
- 195 Subversion
- 196 Sugar Beat
- 197 Sugar Plum Fairy 59
- 198 Sulla Riviera
- 199 Sunny Samoa
- 200 Sunset Strip
- 201 Sunshine in Hawaii
- 202 Sunshine Whistle March C
- 203 Supernatural
- 204 Superquick
- 205 Super Hero
- 206 Supreme Court Drama
- 207 Sure Man
- 208 Surf
- 209 Surf Buggy
- 210 Surf's Up! (a)
- 211 Surfer Babies
- 212 Surfin' Fun
- 213 Surfin' Summer
- 214 Surfin' Summer Girls
- 215 Surfing Crazy
- 216 Surfing Sounds
- 217 Surfmania
- 218 Surrender
- 219 Sweet and Lovely
- 220 Sweet Annabelle
- 221 Sweet Perfume
- 222 Sweet Victory 1
- 223 Swing It!
- 224 Swingabout
- 225 Swirly Shirley (a)
- 226 Sword Fight
- 227 Sword Fight Alt. End
- 228 The Sword of Damocles
- 229 Sylvia Celesta
- 230 Sylvia - Cortege de Bacchus
- 231 Sylvia: Pizzicati
- 232 Symphonic Adventures
- 233 Symphonic Panorama
- 234 Symphony No. 5: Allegro Con Brio
- 235 Symphony #6 ""Pastoral"" - 1st Mvt.
- 236 Symphony No. 7 [#73.02]
- 237 Syncy Winky
- 238 Synopsis
Sabre Dance was composed by Aram Khachaturian and arranged by George Wilson. It was originally released on a previous version of a Carlin Classical Series CD.
- 88c. "Slimy Dancing" - Plays when a fish is doing a coin trick at the dance competition.
A Sad Affair
A Sad Affair was composed by Mike Sunderland.
- 25a. "Wormy" - Patrick and SpongeBob cry.
Sad Parting (a)
Sad Parting (a) was composed by Paddy Kingsland.
Sailors Delight was composed by Harry Breuer and Jean-Jacques Perrey.
- 239b. "The Night Patty" - SpongeBob meets Barry.
Sailors Hornpipe was composed by Brian Peters.
- 200. "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?" - Customers enter the Krusty Krab museum. (Low pitched)
- 251b. "Senior Discount" - Mr. Krabs' father appears.
Sailors Hornpipe (a)
Sailors Hornpipe (a) was composed by Brian Gulland and Richard Harvey.
- 266. "Escape from Beneath Glove World" - SpongeBob and Patrick looking around the Glove World jail; Little kid runs loose in Glove World jail's hallway.
Sailor's Waltz was composed by Heinz Matschurat.
- 4b. "Boating School" - SpongeBob approaches the finish line.
- 6b. "Pickles" - Money back guarantee.
- 8b. "Squeaky Boots" - At the Krusty Krab.
- 14b. "Karate Choppers" - Mr. Krabs tells SpongeBob to stop doing karate.
- 16b. "The Paper" - "Wait! More impressions!"
- 64a. "Skill Crane" - "Come on, Squidward, you know you want to."
Salute to Caesar
Salute to Caesar was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
Salute to Caesar 1
- 211b. "Trident Trouble" - "Behold Neptune triumphant! What an awesome dude!"
Salute to Caesar 1 [#18.02]
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - "You will face me in... the ultimate cook-off!"
Salute to Caesar 2
- 230a. "High Sea Diving" - "I'm King Neptune, king of the seven seas!"
Salute to Caesar 2 [#20.02]
- 9a. "Nature Pants" - Golden scepter.
Sailing Over the Dogger Bank
Sailing Over the Dogger Bank is a traditional sea shanty performed by Brian Douglas Gulland, Robin Jeffrey, Tim Laycock, and Robert Alexander White.
- 38a. "Sailor Mouth" - Title card.
Salute to the King (c)
Salute to the King (c) was composed by Paddy Kingsland.
- 23b. "Bubble Buddy" - "Hey, everybody! It's Leif Ericsson Day!"
Samba in the Sky
Samba in the Sky was composed by Colin Frechter.
- 199b. "Lame and Fortune" - Squidward wins a cash prize.
Samoa Hotel was composed by Salvatore Assenza and Franco Zauli.
- 22a. "Something Smells" - Inside the bathroom.
Sangoma (d) was composed by Richard Siluma.
- 54. "Ugh" - SpongeGar and Patar hitting themselves.
Santa Lucia (a)
Santa Lucia (a) was composed by Janos Lehar. It is also used in The Ren & Stimpy Show.
- 126. "The Clash of Triton" - "Oh, my darling Amphitrite, it is not my age that troubles me so."; Neptune cries after the name "Triton" is mentioned.
- 227b. "Old Man Patrick" - "My parents had a white farmhouse."
Santa's on His Way
Santa's on His Way was composed by David Snell.
- 28. "Christmas Who?" - First appearance of Patchy.
Saucy Organ was composed by Ernst Lindemann.
- 209b. "Plankton Gets the Boot" - SpongeBob giving Plankton a makeover.
- 261b. "Hiccup Plague" - Mrs. Puff starts hiccuping. (Low pitched)
Savage Episode was composed by Len Stevens.
- 49a. "Krab Borg" - The "Night of the Robot" movie SpongeBob watches; SpongeBob has a nightmare about being chased by a robot.
- 62b. "Krabs vs. Plankton" - SpongeBob tries to open the briefcase.
- 74b. "Wigstruck" - SpongeBob's wig is blocking the movie screen.
Saw Theme was composed by William Trytell. It is not the theme from the Saw movie series.
- 49a. "Krab Borg" - "We now return to tonight's Creepy Time Theater presentation of Night of the Robot."
- Saxaboogie was composed by Harry Bluestone.
Say it with a Smile
Say it with a Smile was composed by Dick Stephen Walter. There are three versions.
Say it with a Smile (a)
- F1. "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" - Mindy stalls Neptune; Mindy still stalling.
- 68a. "Patrick SmartPants" - Patrick does math problems.
- 136b. "Summer Job" - "Didn't you read the note, Mrs. Puff?"
Say it with a Smile (d)
- 250a. "Broken Alarm" - "Absolutely, don't you worry, I promise to be super careful."; Transition to next scene.
Say it with a Smile (e)
- 68a. "Patrick SmartPants" - "I liked you better when you were a barnacle head!"
- 136b. "Summer Job" - "...and got a job as a Driver's Ed teacher for the summer."
- 250a. "Broken Alarm" - "Hey SpongeBob, what are you doing?"
Scared Stiff was composed by John Fox.
- 49b. "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" - The baby scallop starts crying.
Scary Chase was composed by Alan Wynn.
- 247a. "Swamp Mates" - Bubble Bass sees the alligators approaching on a boat.
- 247b. "One Trick Sponge" - SpongeBob screams after seeing Sandy without head.
- 250a. "Broken Alarm" - "...The horror!"
- 256a. "SpongeBob in RandomLand" - Squidward panicking.
Scary Search was composed by Harry Lubin.
- 163b. "Plankton's Good Eye" - Plankton grows several eyes.
- 183b. "Squid Defense" - "SpongeBob, open up!"/"SpongeBob, this is serious! I was just viciously attacked!"
Scary Shivers was composed by Sean Elder.
- 262b. "The Hankering" - Young Krabs eating chum while it was dumped into water.
Scary Strings 3
Scary Strings 3 was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 116a. "Squid's Visit" - "Care for some casserole?"
The Scene was composed by James Taylor.
- 218b. "There's a Sponge in My Soup" - Hippies playing crocheted footbag in the soup.
Scherzo Phrenia was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 144a. "That Sinking Feeling" - "Must dig!"
- 145a. "Buried in Time" - The time capsule is buried with SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward inside.
- 216b. "The Clam Whisperer" - Clam spits a pearl at Mr. Krabs.
Scintillating Stars was composed by John Howlett.
- 214b. "Out of the Picture" - At an art museum.
Screen Heroes (a)
Screen Heroes (a) was composed by Simon Chamberlain.
- 59. "The Sponge Who Could Fly" - Title Card; SpongeBob changes the light bulb for a new one.
Screw on the Loose
- Screw on the Loose was composed by Tony Lowry. Outside of SpongeBob, it can be heard in various episodes of the Ren and Stimpy Show.
Scorched Earth was composed by Trevor Duncan.
- 248a. "The Krusty Bucket" - Plankton lands in Krabs' coffee mug.
- 263b. "Kwarantined Krab" - Health inspector sees SpongeBob, Squidward, Patrick, Mrs. Puff, Pearl and Krabs diseased.
Scotland the Brave/The Rowan Tree
Scotland the Brave/The Rowan Tree was composed by Rob Mathieson.
- 25b. "Patty Hype" - Plaid Pretty Patty.
Sculpture was composed by Georges Behar.
- 216a. "Cave Dwelling Sponge" - Cave sponge mesmerized by SpongeBob's squeaky shoes.
- 232a. "Mustard O' Mine" - Squidward discovers a train station.
Scurry Along was composed by Charles Williams.
- . "Tips for Jellyfish Fields" - Plays throughout.
Sea Adventure was composed by Sam Spence.
- 199b. "Lame and Fortune" - "Leave it to me, Mr. Krabs."
- Sea Battle was composed by John Fox.
Sea Fanfare was composed by John Fox.
- 59. "The Sponge Who Could Fly" - Patchy finds a treasure chest.
- 111. "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One" - SpongeBob finds Kahmamoku Cove.
- 115a. "Grandpappy the Pirate" - Pretending to sail the ship.
- . "SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D: The Great Jelly Rescue!" - "Wow, we're in one huge herd of jellyfish."
Search Party was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
Search Party 1 [#48]
- 73b. "Once Bitten" - "I don't believe that's the real SpongeBob."
- 75b. "That's No Lady" - "Oh! A briefcase?"
- 135a. "Back to the Past" - SpongeBob and Patrick enter the Krusty Krab.
Search Party 3 [#51]
- 73b. "Once Bitten" - "Stop! You can't let anyone in!"
Search Party 3 [#52]
- 69b. "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired" - Student eats bon-bon.
Sea Shanty Medley
Sea Shanty Medley was composed by Phil Green.
- 195b. "Larry's Gym" - Mr. Krabs appears.
- 204a. "Mutiny on the Krusty" - Squidward tells the customers that they are safe.
Seaside Special was composed by Jack Coles.
- 231a. "My Leg!" - Love train approaching Fred's leg.
Sea Story was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 215a. "Feral Friends" - French Narrator tells Patchy about Neptune's Sun.
Secret Agent was composed by David Lindup.
- 84a. "Spy Buddies" - Patrick and SpongeBob sneak into the Chum Bucket.
Secret Service was composed by Syd Dale.
- 20b. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II" - Montage of SpongeBob blowing the conch signal.
- 50a. "Wet Painters" - Montage of SpongeBob and Patrick attempting to get the paint off of Mr. Krabs' first dollar.
- 84a. "Spy Buddies" - "Your mission, should you choose to accept it..."; "To the Spymobile!"
- 108a. "Patty Caper" - Flashback of SpongeBob stealing the secret ingredient.
- 126. "The Clash of Triton" - "Make ready the disguise!"
Secret Shadow was composed by John Scott.
- 75a. "Squidtastic Voyage" - The submarine is put in Squidward's nose.
Secret Sleuth was composed by Max Saunders.
- 213a. "The Getaway" - Mrs. Puff and Dorsal drive into a destroyed part of the city; "Help, I've been robbed!"; "I think your sponge should be around here somewhere."
- 224a. "Squid Noir" - Squidward interrogates SpongeBob.
Send them Victorious (b)
Send them Victorious (b) was composed by Graham de Wilde.
- 7a. "Hall Monitor" - Plays whenever SpongeBob says "Hall Monitor."
- 35b. "Band Geeks" - The fanfare that the Bikini Bottom Superband plays before "Sweet Victory".
Senor Beguine was composed by Edwina Travis-Chin.
- 24a. "Dying for Pie" - Squidward playing the piano.
Serenading the Night
Serenading the Night was composed by Jan Rap.
- 24a. "Dying for Pie" - Squidward driving to work.
Sergeant Jones was composed by Larry Hochman.
- 67b. "Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture" - Squidward prepares Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy in makeup.
Setting Sail was composed by Dick Stephen Walter.
- 150b. "The Wreck of the Mauna Loa" - "Whoa, what is this place?"
Seven Seas was composed by Oded Tzur.
- 161a. "Mooncation" - Sandy lassos the nose of the rocket.
- . "SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D: The Great Jelly Rescue!" - "Look! They're trying to get away from that big truck!"
- 211a. "Plankton Retires" - Mr. Krabs hooks a fishing rod to the bus to follow Plankton.
Shadow Villain was composed by Meyer Kupferman.
- 129b. "The Inside Job" - Karen tells Plankton how to get the formula.
- 135b. "The Bad Guy Club for Villains" - At Hotel Evil.
Shark Alert was composed by David Farnon. There are two versions.
Shark Alert [#46]
- 16b. "The Paper" - "You are not going anywhere until we strike a deal!"
Shark Alert [#47]
- 8b. "Squeaky Boots" - Mr. Krabs hides in his office.
Shark Attack was composed by John Charles Fiddy. There are two versions.
Shark Attack A
- 20a. "Hooky" - SpongeBob runs to the Krusty Krab.
- 32b. "The Smoking Peanut" - Clamu's throwing a fit.
- 156. "Frozen Face-Off" - The snow mollusk reappears.
- 167a. "The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom" - "Okay, we have a visual."
Shark Attack B
- 207b. "House Worming" - Clam chases Prickles.
- 247a. "Swamp Mates" - "And your precious Wonder Whale is all mine."
Sharkskin was composed by The Surfdusters.
- 8a. "Sandy's Rocket" - "Get this thing off me!" (Note: This is only heard on The Complete 1st Season and The First 100 Episodes DVDs. On the Home Sweet Pineapple DVD and VHS versions, as well as on TV airings, the song "Mavericks" plays instead.)
She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain
She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain is a vaudeville-style arrangement of the folk song of the same name by Harry Bluestone, James Bland, and Emil Cadkin. It was originally composed by Saul Broudy, Zan McLeod, and Stephen Wade.
- 99a. "The Two Faces of Squidward" - SpongeBob sings as he slams the door in Squidward's face.
- Shock has two different versions. One is a series of cues composed by Dave Hewson. The other was composed by Cor Bolten.
Shock Attack [#25]
Shock Attack [#25] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 36a. "Graveyard Shift" - "Oh no!"
Shock Entrance [#24]
Shock Entrance [#24] was composed by Harry Bluestone. On September 13, 2012, this track was named by viewers Kaley Dillon and Maeve Manley.
- 107a. "Giant Squidward" - "Okay, okay, I'm nice."
- 114b. "Ditchin'" - SpongeBob completely sinks in tar.
- 137a. "One Coarse Meal" - "The jig is up, Krabs. I know all about the suit, and your secret fear."
- Shock Happening was composed by Harry Lubin. There are two versions.
Shock Headed Peter
Shock Headed Peter was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 110a. "The Slumber Party" - Girly Teen Girl arrives at Pearl's door.
- 146a. "The Abrasive Side" - The abrasive side insults Sandy.
- 147b. "Shellback Shenanigans" - The nurse feeds Plankton (as Gary) a huge pill.
- 160b. "Walking the Plankton" - Plankton breaks the slide projector.
- 218a. "Spin the Bottle" - Mr. Krabs, Squidward, and Patrick want the bottle to ask for wishes from the genie.
- 221a. "No Pictures Please" - "This is my old pal Ribeye, everyone."
Shock Horror a
Shock Horror a was composed by Dick Stephen Walter.
- 21a. "Your Shoe's Untied" - "I don't wear shoes."
- 21b. "Squid's Day Off" - "A-ha!"
- 22b. "Bossy Boots" - "The Killer Krab!"
- 24b. "Imitation Krabs" - Mr. Krabs, SpongeBob, the Penny, and the Robo-Krab gasp.
- 68b. "SquidBob TentaclePants" - The mother shrieks as she sees a hideous baby.
- 79b. "Squid Wood" - Squidward screams as he sees SpongeBob through the window.
- 85a. "New Digs" - Mr. Krabs screams after his customers leave.
- 261b. "Hiccup Plague" - SpongeBob screams.
Shock Statement (a)
Shock Statement (a) was composed by Peter Lea-Cox.
- 13a. "Scaredy Pants" - SpongeBob screams (+3 pitch); SpongeBob screams again (+4 pitch); SpongeBob screams again (+1 pitch); "Hi, SpongeBob." (+2 pitch); "Rar! Rar!" (+3 pitch)
Shoppers World was composed by Harry Bluestone.
- 82b. "Night Light" - SpongeBob goes into the shop to get a night light; ending plays several times when SpongeBob runs back and forth, buying more and more night lights.
- 97b. "The Battle of Bikini Bottom" - The opening, at the mall.
- 170a. "Free Samples" - Everyone tries Plankton's Krabby Patties.
Shopping Spree has two versions. One was composed by Laurie Johnson and the other was composed by Harry Bluestone.
(Laurie Johnson Version)
- 81. "Friend or Foe" - Patchy chopping vegetables; "Me patty's done!"
- 84b. "Boat Smarts" - Avoiding distractions.
- 161b. "Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation" - Recycling old money.
(Harry Bluestone Version)
- 84b. "Boat Smarts" - Tire pressure.
Shopping Street was composed by Cedric King-Palmer.
- . "Crossing the Street" - Plays in the entire short.
Shore Leave was composed by Will Hesling.
- 216b. "The Clam Whisperer" - Clams signaling each other.
Short Bridge 3
Short Bridge 3 was composed by Harry Bluestone.
- 137b. "Gary in Love" - "I'm on the trail, Gary!"
The Short Fanfares were composed by Alfred Kluten.
Short Fanfare [#29]
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - "Free patties for everyone!"
Short Fanfare [#29.02]
- 22b. "Bossy Boots" - The King Krab.
Short Fanfare [#29.03]
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - A bike appears in an attempt for SpongeBob to go to Atlantis.
The Showbiz Entrances were composed by Harry Bluestone.
Showbiz Entrance [#65.03]
- 200. "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?" - Patrick comes on stage.
Showbiz Entrance [#65.04]
- 67b. "Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture" - Surprise guests.
Show Fanfare was composed by David Lindup.
Show Fanfare 1
- 57a. "Krabby Land" - SpongeBob blowing a jellyfish bubble; "Are you ready to meet Krabby the Clown?"
- 209b. "Plankton Gets the Boot" - "Yeah!"
- 235a. "Plankton Paranoia" - Signs pointing to secret formula at the Krusty Krab.
Show Fanfare 3
- 57a. "Krabby Land" - SpongeBob blowing a seahorse bubble.
Show Fanfare 4
- 57a. "Krabby Land" - SpongeBob failing to blow a bubble.
Showdown was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Lord Royal Highness becomes angry because of the popped bubble.
The Shower 60
The Shower 60 was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 72a. "All That Glitters" - "What?"
Showpizz (a) was composed by Otto Sieben.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - Patchy calls up Rosario Dawson; Triumph the Insult Comic Dog hangs up.
The Showtime Fanfares were composed by Harry Bluestone.
Showtime Fanfare 4 [#3.02]
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - "My very own press badge!"
Showtime Fanfare 18
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - Ad for Patchy's TV special.
Showtime Fill was composed by Gary Kettel.
Showtime Fill (i)
- 18b. "Walking Small" - Rimshot.
Showtime Fill (j)
- 18b. "Walking Small" - Rimshot.
Showtime (c) was composed by Robert Sharples.
- 25b. "Patty Hype" - "Pretty Patties, available in six designer colors!"
Side Drums were composed by Mark Nolan.
Side Drum [#52]
Side Drum [#52.02]
- 2b. "Ripped Pants" - SpongeBob slides out of the tent.
Side Drum [#52.05]
- 2b. "Ripped Pants" - SpongeBob lifts a twig.
Side Drum [#52.07]
- 4b. "Boating School" - Drumroll.
Silent Tears was composed by Keith Nichols.
- 81. "Friend or Foe" - Patchy looks at old photos of him and Potty.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - "How am I supposed to keep the deed to me saloon..."
Silhouette No.3 was composed by Johnny Hawksworth.
- 224a. "Squid Noir" - "What in the salty seven seas are you two doing?"
Silly Season A
Silly Season A was composed by David Bell and Otto Sieben.
- 42a. "Club SpongeBob" - "I do not now, nor will I ever, want to be a member of your stupid club!"
- 245b. "King Plankton" - Plankton screams as his device lands on him.
- 248b. "Squid's on a Bus" - SpongeBob "helping" Squidward drive the bus.
The Silver Blade
The Silver Blade was composed by Ilona Sekacz.
- 59. "The Sponge Who Could Fly" - "Finally! Jellyfish Fields, here I come!"
- 134. "SpongeBob's Last Stand" - Everyone helps SpongeBob to destroy the highway.
- 141a. "The Curse of the Hex" - "Take this!"
- 156. "Frozen Face-Off" - "That was a close one, wasn't it, Mr. Krabs?"; They head southwest.
- 192b. "Pull Up a Barrel" - "I don't care what that captain says!"
- 221a. "No Pictures Please" - Patrick and the tourist flying through the air.
- 232b. "Shopping List" - "Welp, we got everything on the list."; "No apocalypse! No apocalypse!"
- 235b. "Library Cards" - "Look out! Those books are cliffhangers, stories for the adventurers."
Silver Sparkle was composed by Harry Rabinowitz.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - Flashback of Squidward's life before SpongeBob moved in.
- 176b. "Chum Fricassee" - News report on Squidward's "chum fricassee."
Simply Fab was composed by Larry G. Wilcox.
- 99a. "The Two Faces of Squidward" - Squidward is excited to see his new face all over town.
Simply Magical was composed by Magnum Opus.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Squidward joins the two halves of the amulet; Amulet connects to the bus; Lord Royal Highness takes SpongeBob and Patrick to see the oldest living bubble.
Sitar Gliss (b)
Sitar Gliss (b) was composed by Harbhajan Singh.
- 33a. "Shanghaied" - The Flying Dutchman becomes a vegetarian.
Six Comedy Episodes 5
Six Comedy Episodes 5 was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 248b. "Squid's on a Bus" - SpongeBob and Patrick are the only passengers left on the bus.
- 261b. "Hiccup Plague" - SpongeBob hugs Squidward to get the hiccup bubble out of him.
Six Comedy-Mysterioso Links
Six Comedy-Mysterioso Links were composed by Ronald Hanmer.
Six Comedy-Mysterioso Links 1
- 268b. "Lockdown for Love" - "Plankton... I know you have me formula, so just hand it over!"
Six Comedy-Mysterioso Links 5
- 268b. "Lockdown for Love" - Plankton sees the secret formula on the floor and tries to get out of the Chum Bucket.
Six Powerful Cues
- The Six Powerful Cues were composed by Wilfred William Burns. There are different versions.
Skater's Waltz is an arrangement of Emile Charles Waldteufel's "Les Patineurs" by George Wilson.
- 8a. "Sandy's Rocket" - "Look, we're in space now!"
- 29a. "Survival of the Idiots" - SpongeBob and Patrick see snow inside of the Treedome.
- 82a. "The Original Fry Cook" - Flashback of the Krusty Krab having "class."
- 85b. "Krabs à la Mode" - Squidward happily ice skating.
Skills 2 Make Mills
Skills 2 Make Mills was composed by David Robidoux.
- 39b. "The Fry Cook Games" - Bun wrestling.
Skyline was composed by Anthony Mawer.
- 200. "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?" - SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs visit the Krusty Factory; Mr. Krabs gets his first check.
- 203b. "Salsa Imbecilicus" - Opening of Bikini Bottom University.
Skyscraper City was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 98. "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?" - SpongeBob works as a construction worker and later gets fired from his job.
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - The cops pull up behind Mrs. Puff.
- 250a. "Broken Alarm" - Title card.
Slap and Tickle
Slap and Tickle was composed by Roger Roger.
- 243a. "The Nitwitting" - SpongeBob walks up to the stage.
- 263a. "Who R Zoo?" - "Hey, Squidward! I see you're playing with my sea monsters."
Slave Caravan was composed by Gregor F. Narholz
Slave Caravan 1
- 95a. "The Inmates of Summer" - The prison boat appears.
Slave Caravan 2
- 66. "Dunces and Dragons" - "It's that wretched wizard, Planktonimor! His insidious dragon's destroyed half of me kingdom! Soon, there'll be no citizens to tax. Not one of me best knights has been able to defeat 'im."
- 95a. "The Inmates of Summer" - SpongeBob and Patrick on the boat; Breaking rocks.
Sleazy Sax was composed by Richard Myhill.
- F1. "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" - Plankton takes a look at Plan Z.
- 68b. "SquidBob TentaclePants" - "Hey, baby, what's your name?"
- 74b. "Wigstruck" - SpongeBob looks at himself in the mirror.
- 75b. "That's No Lady" - Patrick's first appearance as "Patricia."
- 81. "Friend or Foe" - "Plankton and I met when he installed me."
- 224a. "Squid Noir" - Close-up of Mr. Krabs' makeover.
- 231a. "My Leg!" - "My leg." (High pitched)
- 232b. "Shopping List" - Dollar painted on back of list; Dollar painted on back of list again.
Sleeping Beauty was composed by David Farnon.
- 15a. "Sleepy Time" - "Why have you stopped playing that wonderful music?"
Sleepy Time was composed by Dick Stephen Walter.
- 69b. "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired" - Mrs. Puff painting.
Sleigh Bells was composed by David Arnold.
- 28. "Christmas Who?" - Sleigh bells.
Sleigh-Ride was composed by David Snell.
- 28. "Christmas Who?" - "Patrick, I designed this mechanism specifically to shoot bottles to the surface."
Slick in the City
Slick in the City was composed by Kenny Graham.
- 27b. "Life of Crime" - Title card.
Sliding 2 was composed by Hans Ehrlinger and Roy Etzel.
- 119a. "Gullible Pants" - Squidward sees that SpongeBob is serving Krabby Patties with his hands.
- 147b. "Shellback Shenanigans" - "That wasn't so bad, was it?"
- 247a. "Swamp Mates" - Alligators and their boat end up burned.
- 268b. "Lockdown for Love" - "Slow it down, you maniac!"
Sliding Down [#68]
Sliding Down [#68] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 95b. "To Save a Squirrel" - SpongeBob and Patrick fall back into Sandy's truck.
Slip 'n Slide
Slip 'n Slide was composed by Stephen Bulla and Jeff Kidwell.
- 236a. "Call the Cops" - Patrick making jailhouse ice cream.
- 268b. "Lockdown for Love" - Plankton orders Patrick to grab the secret formula bottle; Patrick shows up inside the Chum Bucket without the secret formula.
- Slippery Sid was composed by Roger Roger.
Slipping Over was composed by Dave Rogers and Paul Shaw.
- 22b. "Bossy Boots" - The Kurly Krab.
Sloopy was composed by Syd Dale.
- 200. "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?" - Don suggests changing the Krabby Patty formula.
Slovakian Czardas Duo
Slovakian Czardas Duo was composed by Lars-Luis Linek.
Slow Figure Skating
Slow Figure Skating was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 212a. "The Incredible Shrinking Sponge" - SpongeBob skating on the grill.
Small Birds was composed by Phil Green.
- 169a. "Are You Happy Now?" - Pet scallop.
Smoke and Dreams
Smoke and Dreams was composed by Otto Sieben.
- 11b. "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost" - Squidward finishes his wax statue of himself.
- Sneaking About was composed by Phillip Green.
Sneaking Around was composed by Peter Challis and Marc Teitler.
- 246a. "Plankton's Old Chum" - SpongeBob asking Plankton about Chum Day.
- 264b. "Patrick's Tantrum" - Patrick's dad ringing a bell while Patrick had a tantrum as a kid; Patrick's parents arrive at the Krusty Krab.
Sneaking Around You
Sneaking Around You was composed by Didier Francois Goret.
- 213a. "The Getaway" - Title card; Jewelry store; SpongeBob and Stickyfins leave the jewelry store; Dorsal Dan captured.
- 236a. "Call the Cops" - Plankton sanding cell bars.
Sneaky Factor was composed by Billie Ray Fingers, Andrew Brick Johnson, and Bruce Fingers.
- 240b. "Girls' Night Out" - Sandy and Mrs. Puff take SpongeBob out of his house while he's sleeping.
Sneeky was composed by Gregor F. Narholz. Outside of SpongeBob, it can also be heard in Camp Lazlo, The Loud House, and The Mighty B!
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Plankton plans to escape from the bus.
- 203b. "Salsa Imbecilicus" - Mr. Krabs making a Krabby Patty.
- 213b. "Lost and Found" - SpongeBob sees the lost children.
So Tired was composed by Sammy Burdson and John Charles Fiddy.
- 47a. "As Seen on TV" - "Tonight?"
- 50b. "Krusty Krab Training Video" - "Remember, no employee wants to be a Squidward!"; Squidward gets caught being unorganized. (Low-pitched)
- 53a. "New Student Starfish" - The whole class laughs after Patrick nervously says "Twenty-four."
- 60a. "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler" - "There you are, you little rascal."
- F1. "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" - Neptune laughs after SpongeBob suggests that he go and get the crown.
- 74a. "Bummer Vacation" - Mr. Krabs flushes SpongeBob down the toilet when he crawls up it. (High-pitched)
- 234b. "ChefBob" - Customers laugh at Squidward as he shrinks embarrassed.
Soldier's Joy was composed by Samuel Morgan and Stephen Wade.
- 251b. "Senior Discount" - Great Grandpa Jenkins appears.
Soljering On was composed by Sammy Burdson and Jean-Claude Madonne.
- 88c. "Slimy Dancing" - Dance training.
Solo Harp [#60.06]
Solo Harp [#60.06] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - That's private property, Patchy. If you get caught looking at it, we'll never get to meet SpongeBob."; "Don't do it, Patchy."
- 178. "Hello Bikini Bottom!" - Meteor shower.
- 200. "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?" - "...I believe I have a case of the vapors!"
Someone Coming was composed by Raymond Jones.
- 89a. "The Krusty Sponge" - "No, Squidward, this is worse. He's got the 1000-yard stare. I had it once meself, back in me service days... What is it lad? Quick, we're losing money!"
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Mr. Krabs detects the smell of gold.
- 98. "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?" - People making weird noises.
- 140a. "The Monster Who Came to Bikini Bottom" - "What's he doing up there?"; "Who? The big guy?"
Soul Organ Impromptu
Soul Organ Impromptu was composed by Alan Hawkshaw.
- 82a. "The Original Fry Cook" - Flashback explaining why Jim left the Krusty Krab.
Sounds of Science 1
Sounds of Science 1 was composed by Josef Mundigl.
- 14a. "SB-129" - Title Card; The future is shown to be chrome.
South Pacific Island II
- South Pacific Island II was composed by Victor Cavini.
South Sea Island Lullaby was composed by George Elliot.
- 5b. "Home Sweet Pineapple" - SpongeBob's sleepover at Patrick's.
- 49b. "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" - SpongeBob and Patrick talk in bed.
The Sovereign's March
The Sovereign's March was composed by Barrie Hingley.
- 77b. "Rule of Dumb" - "What I hold in my hands is a family tree that goes back centuries. It starts with the marriage of 'King Amoeba' and 'Queen Mildew'. Then, through a few inbred generations ends at you, Sir Patrick, which makes you a descendant of royalty. You are a King. And now, it's time I adjourn to the Royal Ministry where I shall be at your service, Your Highness."
Sozzled Sailor was composed by Max Saunders.
- 227b. "Old Man Patrick" - Old people and Patrick get on bus to Shady Shoals; Clarabelle hits Marco.
Space Age Guitar
Space Age Guitar was composed by Harold Geller and Desmond Champ.
- 233a. "Whale Watching" - Dylan waiting outside house; "Oh, thanks for the ride, Dylan."
Spacecops are Go
Spacecops are Go was composed by David Francis.
- 237. "Goons on the Moon" - Opening.
Space Critters (a)
Space Critters (a) was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 47b. "Can You Spare a Dime?" - Plays when SpongeBob and Squidward's conjoined heart is shown.
- 48b. "Squilliam Returns" - Squidward notices a giant goop of food on the grill, with flies sticking out of it.
- 214b. "Out of the Picture" - UFO drops Squidward off.
- 237. "Goons on the Moon" - Squidward emerges from darkness.
Space Explorers (a)
Space Explorers (a) was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 8a. "Sandy's Rocket" - SpongeBob pilots the rocket to head home.
Space Fanfare was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 87a. "To Love a Patty" - "No, the job must come first."
Space Horizons was composed by Wolf Helling.
- 205a. "Whirly Brains" - Everyone calling out for their brains.
- 207a. "Mimic Madness" - "SpongeBob, we need to talk."
- 211b. "Trident Trouble" - Vegetables chopping themselves.
- 213b. "Lost and Found" - SpongeBob sees all of the lost stuff.
- 230b. "Bottle Burglars" - Retina scans Plankton's photo.
- 237. "Goons on the Moon" - SpongeBob, Sandy, Pearl and Squidina drinking Fizz Bomb Soda and burping/"Interesting science fact: there's no atmosphere on the moon, therefore there's no wind."
- 262a. "A Cabin in the Kelp" - SpongeBob exits the trailer.
Space Quest was composed by Harry Lubin.
- 152b. "Perfect Chemistry" - SpongeBob without eyes; SpongeBob's eyes transported back; "Stand clear!"; SpongeBob's mouth transported back; SpongeBob's arms and legs transported; SpongeBob gets transported for the last time.
Space Trek was composed by Philip Johnston and Norman Whittle.
- 238b. "Karen's Virus" - SpongeBob arrives at Karen's hard drive.
Space Work 14
Space Work 14 was composed by Vladimir Kos Jr.
- 14a. "SB-129" - "I gotta get out of here!"
Spaghetti Cowboy was composed by Jakko Jakszyk.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - "Come on, guys, we can do this if we work together."
Spaghetti Western (a)
Spaghetti Western (a) was composed by Dick Walter.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - SpongeBuck riding through the desert; Shortcut to Dead Eye Gulch.
Spanish Ladies (b)
- Spanish Ladies (b) is a traditional sea shanty performed by Robert Alexander White.
Speaking Guitar was composed by Gerhard Narholz.
- 31b. "Squirrel Jokes" - The pie act.
- 33a. "Shanghaied" - Patchy introduces Squidward's ending.
- 51. "Party Pooper Pants" - "Okay, Gary, get ready, it's almost 8:00. Here they come."
Speed Freak was composed by Freebie and the Bean and Freebie.
- 207b. "House Worming" - Dance music; Dance music still playing after the time card; Worm's party continues; SpongeBob goes to Patrick's rock; Worms go to Squidward's house.
Speed Trials (a)
Speed Trials (a) was composed by Rod Argent and Robert Howes.
- 212b. "Sportz?" - Sandy playing soccer.
Spellweaver was composed by Magnum Opus.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Squidward explains the origin of Atlantis.
- 118a. "Pet or Pests" - "What is it?"
- 214a. "Patrick's Coupon" - Janitor tells Patrick about the ice cream king.
Spindlelegs was composed by Cedric King-Palmer. This song was also used in the "Eat Your Crust" segments of the Bill Nye the Science Guy episodes "Earth's Crust" and "Earthquakes."
- 26a. "Grandma's Kisses" - Grandma SquarePants offers SpongeBob some cookies and milk.
- 69a. "Krusty Towers" - Patrick is shown in his room.
- 79a. "The Pink Purloiner" - "Good morning, Patrick."
- 93c. "BlackJack" - Grandma SquarePants appears.
- 146a. "The Abrasive Side" - "Hey, Grandma."; SpongeBob visits Grandma.
- 180b. "Gary's New Toy" - Gary has a tea party with his new chew toy.
- 224b. "Scavenger Pants" - Mrs. Tentacles' house; Mrs. Tentacles tells Squidward she adopted SpongeBob and Patrick.
Spooks was composed by Fredric Bayco.
- 231b. "Ink Lemonade" - Squidward is at a haunted house themed space.
- 259a. "The Ghost of Plankton" - "To pick things up, you gotta get REALLY ANGRY!!"; After Plankton hits Flying Dutchman.
- 261a. "Lighthouse Louie" - SpongeBob puts a trap to catch Louie; Louie traps SpongeBob in its own trap.
Spooks Appear 1
Spooks Appear 1 was composed by Harry Lubin.
- 162. "Ghoul Fools" - Everyone comes outside.
Spooky was composed by Kenny Graham.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - "Look, Patchy, a rolodex. Why, it's probably full of celebrity phone numbers. You don't need SpongeBob. You can call him yourself. Come on, have a look. Back."; "Don't listen to him. You want your TV show to have bignig guests, don't ya?"; "Come on, do it. Do it!"; "Today is the perfect day to steal the recipe."
- 152b. "Perfect Chemistry" - Plankton appears in a gaseous form; "Finally, the moment has come!"
- 198a. "Sharks vs. Pods" - "I can't fight in a showdown!"; SpongeBob sees a ransom note.
- 213b. "Lost and Found" - "Squidward? SpongeBob?"
Sport Fanfare was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 122b. "Single Cell Anniversary" - "That's it!"
Sport Gallop was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 101a. "House Fancy" - Pan up of Squilliam's house.
Sporting Triumph was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 212b. "Sportz?" - Title card. (High pitched)
Sports and Games
Sports and Games was composed by Gerhard Narholz.
- 134. "SpongeBob's Last Stand" - "Sandy Squirrel! Mrs. Puff! Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy! Patrick!"
Sprightly Link 6
Sprightly Link 6 was composed by Harry Bluestone.
- 163a. "Mermaid Man Begins" - Winchell Apartments exterior.
Spring Cleaning was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
Spring Cleaning [#4]
- 87a. "To Love a Patty" - "No time for karate today. After our walk, I'm going for a rowboat ride with Patty."
Spring Cleaning [#5]
- 71b. "Karate Island" - Master Udon explicates the rules of placements.
- 87a. "To Love a Patty" - "...with Patty. As soon as the little lady dries her hair, we're heading out."
- 87b. "Breath of Fresh Squidward" - Squidward annoys customers.
Spring in the Air
Spring in the Air was composed by Duncan Lamont.
- 240a. "Bubbletown" - "Amy, will you marry me?"; "Aw."
Spring Song was composed by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Fiachra Trench.
- 29a. "Survival of the Idiots" - Spring arrives.
Springtime for Lovers
Springtime for Lovers was composed by Len Stevens.
- 45a. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" - "He'll find love one day."
- 45b. "Doing Time" - "These are my people!"
- 209b. "Plankton Gets the Boot" - Plankton romancing "Shelby Nautica."
Spritely Sprite was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
Spritely Sprite [#63]
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - Printing press.
Spritely Sprite [#67]
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - "...you'll be twice as busy. And I expect you to wear two hats."
- 134. "SpongeBob's Last Stand" - The Highway's finished.
The Spy cues were composed by Dieguis Productions and Big Fish Audio.
Spy 01 130 Em
- 219a. "Man Ray Returns" - SpongeBob sees a taxi in front of Squidward's house; "Wouldn't it be great to have another friend to join our Junior Crime Breakers?"
- 231a. "My Leg!" - SpongeBob and Patrick surround Fred as secret service agents.
- 258b. "The Goofy Newbie" - Squidina calls security and Patrick gets kicked out of Goofy Goober's.
Spy 02 144 Em
- 231a. "My Leg!" - Fred's leg getting cut by a laser.
Stack of Leis
- Stack of Leis is a traditional Hawaiian song performed by Kapono Beamer.
Stadium Rave (a)
Stadium Rave (a) was composed by Mark Governor and Glenn Nishida. The piece sounds very similar to "Get Ready for This" by 2 Unlimited, which is heard at sporting events, such as basketball.
- 7b. "Jellyfish Jam" - Every time the stereo system is in use.
Stage Struck was composed by Jack Parnell.
- 216a. "Cave Dwelling Sponge" - SpongeBob and the cave sponge dancing.
- 262b. "The Hankering" - Sal tells Krabs he's moving to Shell City to be a movie star.
The Stalker was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 70b. "Ghost Host" - Squidward gets out of bed.
The Stand Up Comic cues were composed by Sammy Burdson and John Charles Fiddy. They are rimshots on a drum set often used to indicate the punchline of a joke.
Stand-Up Comic B
Stand-Up Comic C
- 31b. "Squirrel Jokes" - "At least I don't have to clean up my act."
- 49a. "Krab Borg" - Squidward's pirate movie joke.
- 49b. "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" - Rimshot
- 68a. "Patrick SmartPants" - Spongebob's jellyfish joke
- 96. "Pest of the West" - Rimshot.
Stand-Up Comic D
- 31b. "Squirrel Jokes" - SpongeBob's goldfish joke.
Stand Boys Stand
Stand Boys Stand is a traditional folk song performed by Jerry Burnham, Tony Ellis, and Stephen Wade.
- 5a. "Pizza Delivery" - SpongeBob puts his ear to the road.
Starboard was composed by Sam Spence.
- 197a. "Mall Girl Pearl" - "Granny power!"
- 237. "Goons on the Moon" - SpongeBob riding in Santa's sleigh.
- 254-255. "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" - Tour bus liftoffs to the surface/Submarine boost the tour bus to the surface/French Narrator is driving the submarine.
Starlight Flight was composed by Magnum Opus.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - "Hey, look, it's Atlantis!"
- 110b. "Grooming Gary" - Charles flies to the Pet Show via an umbrella.
Star Parade was composed by Tony Kinsey.
- 82b. "Night Light" - "Sleepover!"
Star Premiere was composed by Sammy Burdson and John Charles Fiddy.
- 76b. "Hocus Pocus" - "Here it is: Mr. Magic's Magical Magic Kit!"
- 110a. "The Slumber Party" - "Slumber party!"
- 118b. "Komputer Overload" - Plankton's first new invention revealed; Second invention revealed.
- 135a. "Back to the Past" - "Let the lighthouse of justice shine on Ray Man!"
- . "Lessons Learned" - Shot of tiny grill.
- 179b. "Squirrel Record" - "I did it! I'm alive!"
- 235a. "Plankton Paranoia" - "Surprise!"
- 248b. "Squid's on a Bus" - Squidward sees Patrick at the bus stop; SpongeBob doesn't reach Patrick's hands and he falls onto Mable.
Star Prizes (a)
Star Prizes (a) was composed by Tony Kinsey.
- 77a. "Driven to Tears" - "Congratulations, Mr. Star! You're the one millionth person to pass the test!"
Star Voyager was composed by Magnum Opus.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Door opens.
Star Warriors was composed by Richard A. Harvey.
- 8a. "Sandy's Rocket" - SpongeBob starts the rocket.
- 237. "Goons on the Moon" - Santa squirts water into SpongeBob with a water shooter.
Stars and Games
Stars and Games was composed by Alf Saro, the pseudonym of Konti Eckert.
- 2b. "Ripped Pants" - The volleyball scene; SpongeBob sees Sandy hanging out with Larry.
- 11a. "MuscleBob BuffPants" - SpongeBob shows off his Anchor Arms at Mussel Beach.
- 21a. "Your Shoe's Untied" - SpongeBob is watching sea-creatures on TV.
- 41b. "SpongeGuard on Duty" - The beach-goers eat their ice cream.
- 246a. "Plankton's Old Chum" - Rotten chum sprayed through SpongeBob's pores all over the snail park. (Speed up)
Static Time was composed by John Scott.
Stealth was composed by Max Saunders.
- 221a. "No Pictures Please" - Patrick shows the tourist a hole in the ground.
- 246a. "Plankton's Old Chum" - Rotten chum scattered all over the Chum Bucket; Plankton dumps rotten chum in the sewer.
Stealth by Night
Stealth by Night was composed by Jack Coles.
- 34b. "Frankendoodle" - "What is that thing?"; DoodleBob calls down the hole.
- 49a. "Krab Borg" - Mr. Krabs talking to his radio; Mr. Krabs on the phone; "Not even a chuckle!"
- 82b. "Night Light" - SpongeBob reads his story.
- 93c. "BlackJack" - SpongeBob approaches Blackjack's front door; "Uncle Captain Blue is right. I'm not cut out for this. I should just turn around and go home."
- 131b. "A Pal for Gary" - "Mmm, you're making meatballs, Grandma?"
- 177b. "Move It or Lose It" - Karen calculates their checking account balances.
- 182b. "Bumper to Bumper" - SpongeBob tries to "focus on the road."
- 189. "SpongeBob You're Fired" - Mr. Weenier chains SpongeBob to the grill.
- 262b. "The Hankering" - Krabs sitting on a table nervously outside the Slop Pail.
Stealthily was composed by Jack Shaindlin.
- 63. "Have You Seen This Snail?" - Gary and Gramma watch TV at night.
Stepping into Danger
- Stepping into Danger was composed by Mike Sunderland.
Stepping Up [#61]
Stepping Up [#61] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - Exterior shot of the Treedome.
Steve's March, also named Big Game America, was composed by Sam Spence.
- 21a. "Your Shoe's Untied" - SpongeBob flips to the sports channel.
- 37a. "Procrastination" - SpongeBob does calisthetics. (Cut short in the altered version)
- 55a. "The Great Snail Race" - Montage of SpongeBob training Gary.
- 107b. "No Nose Knows" - SpongeBob works out.
- 179b. "Squirrel Record" - Montage of Sandy breaking records.
- 230a. "High Sea Diving" - SpongeBob trying to lift weights.
Stiff Upper Lip
Stiff Upper Lip was composed by Paddy Kingsland.
- 22b. "Bossy Boots" - "I'm a fry cook, darn it!"
- 53a. "New Student Starfish" - SpongeBob shows Patrick around Boating School.
- 77b. "Rule of Dumb" - Montage of Patrick taking things from everyone.
- 90b. "The Donut of Shame" - "The good plate. Don't worry, donut. No longer will you suffer the indignity of sub-par dining wear."
Stirred, Not Shaken! (a)
Stirred, Not Shaken! (a) was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- F1. "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" - David Hasselhoff appears; "Hooray for Hasselhoff!"
Stool Pigeon was composed by Kenny Graham.
- 203a. "Pineapple Invasion" - Plankton going to the Krusty Krab; "Oh, you're right, Professor Krabface."
- 211a. "Plankton Retires" - "Snap your trap, boy-o! You'll blow our cover!"
- 213b. "Lost and Found" - SpongeBob goes to the Lost and Found; "We were the children, lost in the Krusty Krab over 60 years ago, and we were never claimed."; "Grr! This? I found it, so... finders keepers."
- 224a. "Squid Noir" - Squidward enters Krabs' office; Squidward interrogating Mr. Krabs.
- 248a. "The Krusty Bucket" - Plankton hidden in Mr. Krabs' toothpaste tube.
- 260a. "Knock Knock, Who's There?" - SpongeBob thinks Krabs is actually a robber.
- 268a. "A Place for Pets" - Everyone gets angry at health inspector.
Stop Press was composed by Vivian Kennard.
- 25b. "Patty Hype" - "We interrupt this program for an important news announcement!" (high-pitched +1)
- 243b. "The Ballad of Filthy Muck" - Filthy Muck on newspaper; Filthy Muck and SpongeBob on newspaper.
The Story Of The West (a)
The Story Of The West (a) was composed by Ron Goodwin.
- 40b. "Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm" - Sandy leaves.
The Storyteller was composed by Francis Shaw.
The Storyteller (a)
- 211b. "Trident Trouble" - Opening; "Fear not, bestest of friends. You shall have all the ice cream you could ever eat!"; "Too long away from its true master, the trident has run wild."
The Storyteller (b)
- 211b. "Trident Trouble" - "Behold the kraken!"; "No! And it is not a spatula."; "Whoa, slow your roll! Only Neptune, true ruler of the sea, can control the trident."; Hey, SpongeBob. You look so sparkly today."
Straight from Hell
- Gregor F. Narholz. Straight from Hell was composed by
Strange Goings-On was composed by Dick Stephen Walter.
- 37a. "Procrastination" - SpongeBob goes back into his house after talking with the mailman.
A Stranger in Town
A Stranger in Town was composed by Jean-Sebastien Nouveau and Martin Duru.
- 239a. "The Grill is Gone" - SpongeBob challenges kids to a boat race.
The Stranger in Town
The Stranger in Town was composed by Tony Kinsey.
- 6b. "Pickles" - SpongeBob returns to the Krusty Krab and confronts Bubble Bass.
Street Scene was composed by Robert Farnon. A snippet of the song can be heard in the 1970 Tootsie Roll Pop commercial with Mr. Owl.
- 50b. "Krusty Krab Training Video" - Fast food technology.
String Fashion was composed by Wilfred William Burns.
- 38b. "Artist Unknown" - The opening; Squidward looks at his watch and opens the doors.
Strip Tease was composed by David Farnon.
- 60b. "Pranks a Lot" - Ending.
Striptease A was composed by Peter Fallowel.
- 129b. "The Inside Job" - Plankton's mouth watering.
- 256a. "SpongeBob in RandomLand" - "Oh, it's all about balance."
Stupid Cupid was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 228b. "Grandmum's the Word" - Plankton's grandma arrives at the Krusty Plankton.
- 254-255. "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" - "Okay, we'll stay on the path where it's not so dangerous." (High pitched)
Subversion was composed by Ralph Dollimore.
- 224a. "Squid Noir" - SpongeBob and Squidward drive to Near Mint Comic Books.
- 233b. "Krusty Kleaners" - Trashbot picks up a chewing gum wrapper.
- 254-255. "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" - Rube tries to back up the tour bus from the shelf.
- 257a. "Handemonium" - "You got a problem with that, Eugene?"
Sugar Beat was composed by Sid Phillips.
- 45b. "Doing Time" - Montage of Mrs. Puff in jail.
Sugar Plum Fairy 59
Sugar Plum Fairy 59 is an arrangement of Pytor Illyich Tchaikovsky's "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from The Nutcracker and has been rearranged by Richard Harvey. In Richard's version, it includes the celesta being one octave higher, the piece having a faster pace with a more focus on timing rather than expression, and by including a timpani at the very end of the piece instead of what would traditionally be plucked strings.
- 15b. "Suds" - Title card; SpongeBob's house is icy.
- 28. "Christmas Who?" - Sandy tells SpongeBob all about Christmas while Patchy narrates.
Sulla Riviera was composed by Bruno Bertoli.
- 196b. "Married to Money" - At a fancy restaurant.
- 211b. "Trident Trouble" - Neptune talking to Queen Ampithrite; "You have been one naughty trident."
- Sunny Samoa was composed by George de Fretes.
Sunset Strip was composed by Reg Owen.
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - Neptune and Larry make poses.
Sunshine in Hawaii was composed by Max Mahlmann. The track was originally released on vinyl in 1972. It was reissued and remastered in 1985.
- 5b. "Home Sweet Pineapple" - Title card; SpongeBob and Patrick build a new house.
- 39a. "Jellyfish Hunter" - Montage of SpongeBob collecting all of the jellyfish in Jellyfish Fields and Mr. Krabs saying "More, more, more!"
Sunshine Whistle March C
Sunshine Whistle March C was composed by Niels Holland & H C Mylla.
- 256a. "SpongeBob in RandomLand" - "The delivery will be made and the mission will be accomplished, sir!"
Supernatural is a series of cues composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin. They are not the music used in the Supernatural TV series.
Supernatural 1 [#1]
- 46b. "One Krabs Trash" - Mr. Krabs at the cementery.
- 65a. "Selling Out" - Squidward points to "Help Me" note inside the handbook.
Supernatural 2 [#4]
- 46b. "One Krabs Trash" - "Hold yourself together, Krabs. It's just a boneyard... filled with bones..."
- 65a. "Selling Out" - "They're watching us..."
Superquick was composed by Daniel Jean Jeannin.
- 39b. "The Fry Cook Games" - The second part of Mr. Krabs and Plankton running towards each other.
- 50a. "Wet Painters" - "A one way ticket to pain!"
- 248b. "Squid's on a Bus" - Patrick jumping from the bus handle.
Super Hero was composed by Tony Hymas.
- 6a. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" - "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, reunite!"
- 20b. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II" - Title card.
- 52b. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" - "Who wants to save the world?"
Supreme Court Drama
Supreme Court Drama was composed by Harry Bluestone.
- 108a. "Patty Caper" - At the courthouse.
Sure Man was composed by Roland Shaw.
- 252b. "Dirty Bubble Returns" - Comic book showing repeatedly to SpongeBob keeping Dirty Bubble cleaned.
The Surf cues were composed by Dieguis Productions/Big Fish Audio. There are different variations.
Surf 01 155 Am
- 239a. "The Grill is Gone" - During the race; Krabs takes control of the racing cart.
Surf 02 158 D
- 214b. "Out of the Picture" - Rock Bottom monsters put on party hats.
- 225b. "Pat the Horse" - SpongeBob riding on Patrick at Goo Lagoon.
- 226a. "Chatterbox Gary" - Hot rod shell is shown.
- 233a. "Whale Watching" - Pearl and Dylan pass by "Surface" sign.
- 234a. "Patnocchio" - Krabby Patty lands on Pearl's friends' car.
- 251a. "Shell Games" - Tony arrives with Patrick at Goo Lagoon to meet the girls.
Surf 03 160 E
- 241a. "Squirrel Jelly" - Opening/Sandy makes a ball of barnacles and shoots it in the basketball net.
Surf Buggy was composed by The Surfdusters.
- 2b. "Ripped Pants" - Frisbee.
- 12a. "The Chaperone" - At the prom.
- 106b. "Sun Bleached" - At the Summer Shindig.
Surf's Up! (a)
Surf's Up! (a) was composed by Jerry Burnham and Wayne Cook.
- 68a. "Patrick SmartPants" - "Yes, let's have some fun."
Surfer Babies were composed by Jerry Burnham.
Surfer Baby (b)
- 68a. "Patrick SmartPants" - "Oh, yeah!"; "Oh, absolutely!"
Surfer Baby (d)
- 68a. "Patrick SmartPants" - Riding down a hill.
- 71a. "Whale of a Birthday" - Pearl talks to her friends.
Surfin' Fun was composed by Grahame Maclean and Barry Ryder.
- 23b. "Bubble Buddy" - Title card; Exterior shot of Goo Lagoon.
Surfin' Summer was written and composed by Richard Myhill. It is a homage to the surf-rock group, The Beach Boys.
Surfin' Summer (a)
- 45b. "Doing Time" - The song that Fred listens to on his headphones.
Surfin' Summer (b)
- 41b. "SpongeGuard on Duty" - Title card.
Surfin' Summer Girls
Surfin Summer Girls was composed by Ian Henry Marsh and Phil Pickett, former members of British pop group Sailor.
Surfin' Summer Girls [#27]
- 197a. "Mall Girl Pearl" - "You don't work at the mall, do you, Derek?"; Ending.
Surfin' Summer Girls [#28]
Surfing Crazy was composed by Warren Bennett.
Surfing Sounds was composed by Jim Gaffney and Patrick Wilson.
- 233a. "Whale Watching" - Opening.
Surfmania was composed by Eric Spencer.
- 101b. "Krabby Road" - Patrick keeps Squidward's seat warm.
- 106b. "Sun Bleached" - Everyone ridicules SpongeBob.
- 219b. "Larry the Floor Manager" - SpongeBob makes a greasy heart-stopping shake.
- 246b. "Stormy Weather" - Gale Doppler attacked by a worm and a snail.
Surrender was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 98. "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?" - "I'm a jobless deadbeat? What a sad existence I don't remember I lead."
- 142b. "Sponge-Cano!" - "I'm gonna need your life essence!"
- 162. "Ghoul Fools" - "Why you scurvy little scum scruber!"
- 98. "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?" - SpongeBob gets hungry while wandering through New Kelp City.
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - The Chum Bucket goes out of business because of SpongeBob's news story.
Sweet and Lovely
Sweet and Lovely was composed by Alan Braden.
- 49a. "Krab Borg" - "You've reached the Navy's automated phone service."
- 52a. "Chocolate with Nuts" - SpongeBob and Patrick sell chocolate at the old lady's house.
- 94b. "Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob" - "Ding dong. Hello boys."
- 139a. "Gramma's Secret Recipe" - Plankton imagining wearing his grandma's clothing while telling Mr. Krabs about the Krabby Patty Secret Formula.
- 160a. "Patrick's Staycation" - At the pool.
Sweet Annabelle was composed by Sam Fonteyn.
- 6a. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" - SpongeBob dressed as a lady.
Sweet Perfume was composed by Joe Sherman.
- 70a. "Chimps Ahoy" - SpongeBob scratches his back with the Goofy Goober backscratcher.
Sweet Victory 1
Sweet Victory 1 was written and performed by David Eisley and Bob Kulick.
- 35b. "Band Geeks" - The song that SpongeBob and the Bikini Bottom Super Band sing at the end.
Swing It! is an Optigan sample.
- 229b. "Moving Bubble Bass" - Opening/Krabby Patty introduced.
- 233a. "Whale Watching" - "I'll even play you some jazz!"
- 234b. "ChefBob" - "Hi, everybody! Who's hungry?"; The ChefBob Cooking with Insults Show.
Swingabout was composed by David Arnold and Paul Hart.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Music on Patchy's radio.
Swirly Shirley (a)
Swirly Shirley (a) was composed by Vasco and Pat West.
- 267a. "Krusty Koncessionaires" - Squidward looking for Claire St. Claire at the backstage.
- Sword Fight has two versions. The first version was composed by Sam Fonteyn. The second version was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
Sword Fight Alt. End
Sword Fight Alt. End was composed by Sam Fonteyn.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, and Mr. Krabs burst through the ducts.
- 192b. "Pull Up a Barrel" - "Huzzah for Mr. Krabs!"
- 197b. "Two Thumbs Down" - SpongeBob wins the thumb war.
- 211b. "Trident Trouble" - Trident returns to Neptune.
The Sword of Damocles
The Sword of Damocles was composed by Jack Beaver.
- 77b. "Rule of Dumb" - Patrick breaks into SpongeBob's house and warns him about the new visitor.
- 78a. "Born to Be Wild" - Montage of SpongeBob overreacting.
Sylvia Celesta was composed by Leo Delibes and Frederic Sans.
- 260a. "Knock Knock, Who's There?" - SpongeBob discovers a music box with a Mrs. Puff figurine inside; SpongeBob sprays himself with the Midnight Pincer perfume; Ending.
Sylvia - Cortege de Bacchus
Sylvia - Cortege de Bacchus was composed by Leo Delibes.
- 194b. "The Sewers of Bikini Bottom" - Charlton fights sewer snake.
Sylvia: Pizzicati was composed by Leo Delibes.
- 127b. "I ♥ Dancing" - Squidward auditions.
- 215b. "Don't Wake Patrick" - Patrick dancing.
- 241a. "Squirrel Jelly" - SpongeBob and Patrick eating hot dogs slowly.
- Symphonic Adventures is a series of tracks composed by Dick de Benedictis.
Symphonic Panorama was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 125b. "Chum Caverns" - "You come down here to admire the subterranean splendor of the chum caverns."
Symphony No. 5: Allegro Con Brio
Symphony No. 5: Allegro Con Brio was composed by Ludwig van Beethoven.
- 235b. "Library Cards" - Patrick absorbing much more knowledge.
Symphony #6 ""Pastoral"" - 1st Mvt.
Symphony #6 ""Pastoral"" - 1st Mvt. is an arrangement of Ludwig van Beethoven's classical piece composed by Fiachra Trench.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Squidward enters the hall of arts.
Symphony No. 7 [#73.02]
Symphony No. 7 was composed by Ludwig van Beethoven. This version is released on the album, More Than 270 Fanfares, on the Selected Sound library.
- 104a. "Not Normal" - SpongeBob and Patrick crying.
Syncy Winky is a sample from the ProjectSAM Symphobia Colours: Animator sound set.
- 240b. "Girls' Night Out" - SpongeBob sees Mrs. Puff.
Synopsis was composed by Frank Harlow.
- 128a. "Growth Spout" - "There, there, my darling."
- 143. "The Great Patty Caper" - Mr. Krabs uses the key to his heart.
- 146a. "The Abrasive Side" - "You don't know how long I've waited to hear those words."
- 173b. "Demolition Doofus" - Mrs. Puff ends up in the hospital.
- 256b. "SpongeBob's Bad Habit" - Sandy and Patrick take SpongeBob to a hypnotherapist.