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If you were looking for the article about the episode, then see "Pest of the West."
If you were looking for the article about the book, then see Pest of the West (book).

  SpongeBob's Pest of the West is a SpongeBob SquarePants DVD that contains seven episodes from season 5. It was released on April 25, 2008 and re-released on September 25, 2012. It is based on the TV special episode of the same name.

Episodes

USA release

Episode
96 - "Pest of the West"
90c - "The Krusty Plate"
93b - "Pat No Pay"
95a - "The Inmates of Summer"
95b - "To Save a Squirrel"
97a - "20,000 Patties Under the Sea"
97b - "The Battle of Bikini Bottom"
List of home videos

UK release

Episode
96 - "Pest of the West"
88a - "Money Talks"
88b - "SpongeBob vs. The Patty Gadget"
88c - "Slimy Dancing"
89a - "The Krusty Sponge"
89b - "Sing a Song of Patrick"
93a - "Picture Day"
List of home videos

Shorts

"Pest of the West" shorts

Short
- "Sea Horse Riding Made Easy"
- "Spurskate"
- "Saloon Door Sorrows"
- "Yokel to Tough Guy"
List of home videos

Special features

Animatic


Reception

  • Paul Mavis of DVD Talk said in a review of this DVD that "[This] is another sensational collection of SpongeBob SquarePants cartoons, headed up by the affectionate self-titled western spoof. There's not a dog in the bunch here. [It] proves again that it's the best cartoon out there today - bar none."[1]
  • DVD-Forum.at, in a review of it, said that "Fans of the series can still strike due to the low price," while calling the episodes featured on the disc "very entertaining and very funny for both young and old."[2]
  • Currently retired critic Roy Hrab of the DVD Verdict, criticized the episodes and the at the time state of the show overall, calling them "less than impressing, even for kids," while also calling the extras "forgettable."[3]

Trivia

Alternate covers

DVD Menu

References