Encyclopedia SpongeBobia
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Encyclopedia SpongeBobia
If you were looking for the article about the theme song, then see SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song.

"SpongeBob Theme II" (alternate titles: "SpongeBob Theme"; "SpongeBob Theme 2"; "SpongeBob Theme Two"; "Hawaiian Misadventures"; "Hawaiian Misadventures B") was composed by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield. The music consists of a bouncy island tune and is a newer, modified, extended version of SpongeBob Theme.

The main instruments being played in this piece includes the ukulele, the steel guitar, bass, and whistles. It mostly plays as title card music or when something enthusiastic occurs.

It mostly plays in season 6.

Usage

Episodes

Shorts

Underscore

  • 119b. "Overbooked" - SpongeBob runs to Patrick's; SpongeBob runs back to Sandy's; SpongeBob runs to Krabs' house (high-pitched +1); "SpongeBob, wait!" (high-pitched +1); "Okay, I'll be right back."
  • 179a. "Extreme Spots" - Patrick sweats.
  • 250a. "Broken Alarm" - "Still late!"

Trivia

  • This track mostly replaces the original "SpongeBob Theme," but that track still plays occasionally.
  • With 23 usages, this is currently tied for the most commonly used title card music with "Clownfish Capers."
  • This has sped up in usage after season 5.
  • This track was used in a title card in season 6 eight times, which is the most any track has been used for title cards in any season.
  • Between "The Cent of Money" and "Fiasco!," this took nearly two years for this track to return as title card music.
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