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"Pat Hearts Squid" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season twelve. In this episode, Squidward is forced to live at Patrick's house, but his dominant demeanor rubs off on Patrick more than desired.

Characters

Synopsis

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SpongeBob and Patrick are playing in the mud, annoying Squidward. He shouts at them, but leans too far, causing his house to tip over and break. SpongeBob offers him to stay with Patrick, but he refuses.

Squidward sets up a tent outside where his house used to be and gets ready for bed, but is interrupted by rain and wind, and is forced to go to Patrick's house in order to spend the night. Patrick is glad Squidward came to live with him. He gives him a room and goes to sleep on the ceiling. Squidward is already falling asleep as Patrick drools on him; he gets annoyed, and Patrick falls on Squidward.

The next morning, he equips the house as he pleases. He prepares a gourmet breakfast and teaches Patrick how to eat properly. He does everything, so Squidward decides to teach his neighbor everything he knows.

They are gardening and playing the clarinet. At this moment, Patrick changes and becomes like Squidward, which the latter is happy about. They begin to play the clarinet in public, and then paint, but no one buys Squidward's paintings. Patrick, on the contrary, takes them apart like hotcakes. Squidward is very angry, so he starts to dance, but none of the audience like his dance and start throwing tomatoes at him.

Further, Mr. Krabs observes that Squidward came out of Patrick, who is much better than an ordinary octopus. He begins to behave completely like Squidward, even making a similar voice. SpongeBob tells Squidward an idea on how to get everything back: he needs to become Patrick in turn. Squidward rejoices in this idea, and the next morning embodies it. When Patrick sees this, he is angry, because Squidward gnawed his clarinet and his other precious things. Further, he tries to teach Squidward good manners, but does not succeed.

Afterwards, Squidward plays in the mud with SpongeBob, and at that moment, Patrick remembers who he is and joins his friends. The helicopter brings Squidward's house, but in misfortune it collapses again, hitting Patrick's house. Now Squidward and Patrick move to SpongeBob's house, causing Squidward to break down, bawling.

Production

The episode was confirmed by Vincent Waller on June 29, 2019.[4]

Music

 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) SpongeBob music

  Clownfish Capers - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Title card]
  ? [Opening]
  Dinosaurs About - John Fox, Mac Prindy [SpongeBob and Patrick covered in mud]
  Hippo Bird - Arthur Wilkinson [Squidward scolds SpongeBob and Patrick]
  Dramatic Cue (a) - Ronald Hanmer [Squidward's house falls off]
  Hot Steel and Slide Licks 3 - Jeremy Wakefield [Squidward's house breaks into pieces]
  Apples and Pears - Bruce Campbell [SpongeBob suggests Squidward to live either in his house or Patrick's]
  Lap Steel - Nicolas Carr [Transition to next scene]
  Stumbling Tumbleweeds - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Squidward is going to sleep inside a tent]
  Comedy Punctuations and Bridges 3 - Fredric Bayco [The wind blows away Squidward's tent]
  A Simple Conversation - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [It starts raining]
  Rip Tide - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Patrick takes Squidward to his bedroom]
  Comic Walk - Sidney Torch [Patrick's drooling falls on Squidward while he's asleep]
  Drama Link - George Van Parys [Patrick wakes up and jumps onto Squidward]
  Vibe Q Sting - Nicolas Carr ["Squidward? Where are you?"]
  Hot Steel and Slide Licks 2 - Jeremy Wakefield [Squidward's inside Patrick's belly button]
  Unknown Track 54 - Nicolas Carr [The next morning]
  Breezing Around - Edward White [Squidward's stuff and furniture in Patrick's house]
  Harpsichord Classical Bits - Barry Anthony ["Eat like a gentleman."]
  Bridge of Stars - Alan Braden [Squidward sees an image of himself in Patrick]
  A Touch of Elegance - Ray Hartley [Squidward and Patrick doing the same activities together]
  ? - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [Squidward and Patrick playing the clarinet]
  Unknown Track 108 - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [Patrick plays a bad note with the clarinet]
  A Touch of Elegance - Ray Hartley [Patrick adopts Squidward's physical features]
  Circus Overture - Daniel Jean Jeannin [People seeing Squidward and Patrick's classy kiosk at Patrick's house]
  Trash Alley - Derrick Mason [Squidward dancing]
  ? [Patrick dancing]
  Glorious Fin 08 F#Maj - Marcin Pospieszalski [Everyone praises Patrick's dance]
  Hot Steel and Slide Licks 30 - Jeremy Wakefield [Krabs puts a tomato away]
  Gator - Steve Belfer [Patrick starts behaving like Squidward]
  Tension Bits - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Squidward getting angrier as Patrick copies him]
  Baroque Fin 22 C Maj - Marcin Pospieszalski [Everyone loves Patrick]
  Humorous Conversation - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [SpongeBob suggests Squidward he should behave like Patrick]
  Comedy Punctuations and Bridges 4 - Fredric Bayco [Patrick sees his house is a mess]
  Stupid Plan - Steve Belfer [Squidward behaves like Patrick]
  Uh Oh Flutter-Eyed - [ProjectSAM Symphobia Colours: Animator] [Patrick sees "his clarinet" is not in the briefcase]
  Laughter Trombone - [ProjectSAM Symphobia Colours: Animator] [Squidward eating his clarinet]
  Even More Comical Cuts 1-5 - Ronald Hanmer ["My clarinet! Nooo!"]
  Harpsichord Classical Bits - Barry Anthony [Patrick takes Squidward's kitchen mallet]
  Stupid Plan - Steve Belfer [Squidward hears SpongeBob's laughing]
  Hot Steel and Slide Licks 5 - Jeremy Wakefield [Patrick lies on the sofa]
  Four More Comical Cuts - Ronald Hanmer [SpongeBob and Squidward playing in the mud]
  Hot Steel and Slide Licks 16 - Jeremy Wakefield [SpongeBob and Squidward laughing]
  Four More Comical Cuts - Ronald Hanmer [Patrick swallows mud]
  Seaweed - Steve Belfer [Patrick is back to his regular behavior]
  Old Hilo March - Kapono Beamer [The helicopter brings Squidward's house back]
  Solo Steel 2 - Jeremy Wakefield [Ending]

Release

Trivia

General

  • The title card is similar to "Gary in Love" as both contain the title written on a heart.

Patrick's head looks like Bold and Brash.

  • When Squidward stretches Patrick's face, he makes it look like Bold and Brash.

Squidward dances like he did in "Culture Shock."

The old garden from "Truth or Square"

  • The old garden Squidward used to have in "Truth or Square" reappears in this episode.
  • This is one of the rare episodes where Squidward & Patrick get along after "Squidward's School for Grown-Ups."
  • On Nicktoons UK and Ireland, a clip of Squidward doing his interpretive dance was used for Toon Island Talents.[5]
  • On March 23, 2020, Vincent Waller posted a tweet that the name would be changed to "Pat ❤'s Squidward."[6] But on the next day, Vince posted another tweet that the episode is changing back to its original title.[7]
    • It's possible that this was due to a grammar error to the new title.
    • If this title stayed, it would've been the second episode with a heart emoji in the title after "I ♥ Dancing."

Errors

An image with SpongeBob missing his bottom four holes from his face

  • When SpongeBob is talking to Squidward at the beginning of the episode, some of the holes on his face briefly disappear while he is moving.

Patrick's missing eye outlines

  • Right before Patrick starts dancing, the outline in his eyes disappears for one frame.
  • Incidental 40 appears without eyebrows.


Video

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SpongeBob Clip - Pat Hearts Squid (ENGLISH)

References

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