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If you were looking for the article about the VHS, then see Sea Stories (VHS).
Not to be confused with SeaSide Story.

Sea Stories is a SpongeBob SquarePants DVD that was released on November 5, 2002. It contains three episodes from season 1, five episodes from season 2, and two episodes from season 3.

Episodes

Episode
33b - "Gary Takes a Bath"
20a - "Hooky"
27b - "Life of Crime"
6b - "Pickles"
30a - "No Free Rides"
38a - "Sailor Mouth"
48a - "No Weenies Allowed"
7b - "Jellyfish Jam"
41a - "The Algae's Always Greener"
List of home videos

Bonus

Episode
33a - "Shanghaied"
List of home videos

Danish and norwegian

Episode
33a - "Shanghaied"
20a - "Hooky"
38a - "Sailor Mouth"
41a - "The Algae's Always Greener"
26b - "Squidville"
7b - "Jellyfish Jam"
46b - "One Krabs Trash"
30a - "No Free Rides"
48a - "No Weenies Allowed"
List of home videos

Special features

Shorts

"Shanghaied" shorts

Episode
- "Shanghaied: Patrick's ending"
- "Shanghaied: Squidward's ending"
List of home videos

Music videos

  • SpongeBob Dancin' Pants

Hints and tips

Reception

  • Jason Bovberg of DVD Talk was favorable on the episodes featured, and also praised the extras, while not "nearly as cool as those of the first SpongeBob collection, Nautical Nonsense and Sponge Buddies." "This disc is definitely worth your time and money. There were moments when I was gasping for breath, I was laughing so hard."[1]
  • Rich Rosell of Digitally Obsessed praised the episodes featured, and the "quite funny" extras. "Spongebob Squarepants is a solidly written cartoon, designed to appeal [to] kids and adults without pandering too much to either group. Even at its worst, the show is still is far funnier than any of its contemporaries, and rarely fails to elicit at least a couple of laugh-out-loud moments."[2]

Trivia

  • On the bottom of the front cover it says, "10 Water-Logged Tales" on the back, and on the episode selection it has nine episodes with one episode being considered a special feature.
  • The episode "Gary Takes a Bath" was released on this DVD 8 months before premiering on American TV, making this DVD the second DVD to premiere an episode, with the first being Nautical Nonsense and Sponge Buddies.
  • "Shanghaied" comes with all three endings and is listed in the special features section of the DVD.
  • This DVD has no previews, but the VHS version does have previews.
  • Both the DVD and VHS versions were released in Paramount's 90th anniversary year in 2002. As such, the DVD version features the Paramount 90th anniversary logo in the opening.
  • On the spine, it does not show the SpongeBob SquarePants logo, unlike other SpongeBob DVDs at the time.
  • "Shanghaied" is the first episode on the VHS tape version. On the DVD version, the first episode is "Gary Takes a Bath."
  • The "SpongeBob Dancin' Pants" music video can also be found on Disc 3 of The Complete 1st Season as a special feature.
  • This DVD is rated PG in Canada.
  • The Patchy segments in "Shanghaied" are not on this DVD.
  • The back cover of this DVD contains pictures from these episodes:

Nick DVD Logo.

Errors

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  • In the episode description of "No Weenies Allowed," it calls The Salty Spitoon, the "Salty Saloon."


Alternate covers

DVD menu

Videos

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References

  1. ^ Bovberg, Jason (2002-11-05). SpongeBob Squarepants: Sea Stories. DVD Talk. Retrieved on 2019-07-15.
  2. ^ Rosell, Rich (2002-12-09). DVD Review: Spongebob Squarepants: Sea Stories (1999). Digitally Obsessed. Retrieved on 2019-07-15.
  3. ^ Packaging by Robert Yarborough (2008-07-19). Retrieved on 2019-07-15.


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