Tea is a beverage made from tea plants. It first appears in the episode "Tea at the Treedome."
- 1 Description
- 2 Role in series
- 2.1 "Tea at the Treedome"
- 2.2 "Sleepy Time"
- 2.3 "Bossy Boots"
- 2.4 "Snowball Effect"
- 2.5 "Wet Painters"
- 2.6 "New Student Starfish"
- 2.7 "I Had an Accident"
- 2.8 "The Camping Episode"
- 2.9 "Have You Seen This Snail?"
- 2.10 "Skill Crane"
- 2.11 "The Donut of Shame"
- 2.12 "SpongeHenge"
- 2.13 "House Fancy"
- 2.14 "Not Normal"
- 2.15 "Gone"
- 2.16 "Slide Whistle Stooges"
- 2.17 "Grooming Gary"
- 2.18 "Squid's Visit"
- 2.19 "Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful"
- 2.20 "Yours, Mine and Mine"
- 2.21 "The Curse of Bikini Bottom"
- 2.22 "A Day Without Tears"
- 2.23 "Gramma's Secret Recipe"
- 2.24 "New Fish in Town"
- 2.25 "Frozen Face-Off"
- 2.26 "Move It or Lose It"
- 2.27 "Gary's New Toy"
- 2.28 "Unreal Estate"
- 2.29 "Squid Noir"
- 2.30 "Drive Happy"
- 2.31 "Swamp Mates"
- 3 Role in SpongeBob's Truth or Square
- 4 Trivia
- 5 External links
It is an aromatic, slightly caffeinated beverage. Only black tea has ever appeared in "SpongeBob SquarePants."
Role in series
"Tea at the Treedome"
Sandy invites SpongeBob over to her treedome for tea and cookies, although no tea is actually drank in this episode until the very end, when Sandy puts teabags in SpongeBob and Patrick's new water helmets, which turns the water into tea.
Pearl dreams about having a tea party with her stuffed animals.
Squidward tries to have a cup of tea with a lemon wedge, but spills it on himself when he accidentally squirts lemon juice in his eye.
Mr. Krabs is shown drinking a cup of tea in an imagination spot of SpongeBob and Patrick's butts mounted over the fireplace.
Gary makes SpongeBob a cup of tea during his morning routine.
Squidward is shown at Sand Mountain drinking a cup of tea when he disapproves of SpongeBob's imitation of him.
Squidward relaxes in bed with a warm cup of tea at the beginning.
SpongeBob throws a tea party with the stuffed animals he won from the crane.
A flashback from the previous night SpongeBob and Patrick had shows the two having a tea party with stuffed animals.
SpongeBob makes himself and his stone counterpart tea with sugar cubes.
Squidward drinks tea at the beginning of this episode and spills it when he is shocked at the sight of Squilliam appearing on the eponymous television series. He later refers to it as the "hideous stain on the rug."
After becoming normal, SpongeBob goes over to Squidward's house to drink some tea.
SpongeBob, while imitating Sandy, makes a pitcher of iced tea.
Squidward attempts to make tea but is interrupted by the persistence of the slide whistles being played by SpongeBob and Patrick.
While SpongeBob is checking Gary's "slime viscosity," he runs through Squidward's house and the latter is shown drinking tea.
SpongeBob offers iced tea to Squidward.
There is a garbage version of tea that Squidward unwittingly drinks in the garbage house.
Squidward is shown drinking tea as SpongeBob and Patrick fight over the Patty Pal toy in his house, monotonously claiming his hate for the duo.
Squidward is seen sipping a cup of tea.
Squidward has a Danish and a cup of tea for breakfast. Later, SpongeBob makes himself tea while Squidward is at his house.
Squidward drinks tea with his new neighbor, Howard, in his thoughts.
Squidward enters a sophisticated worm in the race who drinks tea.
After Squidward refuses to assist in saving the Krusty Krab, he is shown laying in his armchair at his house drinking a cup of tea.
Squidward is shown drinking tea in his fancy new house.
Squidward gives Mr. Krabs a cup of tea.
Coupe makes SpongeBob a cup of tea.
When the Pat-Star-Piece Theatre is presented, Patrick is shown on a high wheel bicycle drinking tea in front of the stage.
Role in SpongeBob's Truth or Square
It is one of SpongeBob's memories in the second level.
- Even though it is mentioned in every season to date, it is never shown on-screen in season 2.
- The teacup in "House Fancy," one of the teacups in "New Fish in Town," and the teacups in "Gary's New Toy" are of the same design.
- Tea on Wikipedia