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If you were looking for the article about the event with a similar name, then see SpongeBob's St. Patrick Sunday.
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This is the page about the digital collection. For other uses, see Patrick (disambiguation).

Patrick's Day is a downloadable digital collection available on iTunes. It was released on March 4, 2013 and features episodes all about Patrick. It contains one episode from season 2, one episode from season 3, four episodes from season 4, one episode from season 6, two episodes from season 7, and three episodes from season 8.


It's a salute to the sea's most celebrated star, Patrick Star, with his very own episode collection featuring some of his brightest moments. Patrick shines when SpongeBob pretends to be stupid to show Pat's parents how bright their boy really is, then SpongeBob goes from good noodle to bad egg when Patrick joins him in class. And Patrick's star turn doesn't stop there… Patrick aces his driving test and wins a shiny new boat (much to his best buddy's dismay), SpongeBob gets a truly unique gift from his pal on Best Friend's Day, Patrick tears up the place (okay, the whole town) when he learns karate, his sister pays a visit (and no one can wait until she leaves!), Squidward teaches Patrick the fine art of being a grown-up, Patrick becomes a sensation with his special eye for art, Gary survives his newest pet sitter, and Patrick spends a day livin' like Larry (and it hurts!). It's all here, over 2 hours of nautical nonsense in this Patrick collection!


37b - "I'm with Stupid"
53a - "New Student Starfish"
77a - "Driven to Tears"
80b - "The Gift of Gum"
144b - "Karate Star"
152a - "Big Sister Sam"
157a - "Squidward's School for Grown-Ups"
158b - "The Googly Artiste"
164b - "Pet Sitter Pat"
106a - "A Life in a Day"
List of home videos


  • The collection's description references all of the episodes on this collection.
  • This is the second Patrick theme digital collection, the first was Simply Patrick.
  • This collection is currently not available in the iTunes Store in the United States.[1]

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