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  • There's only two rules: Do the episodes in order, and have one pairing per post (e.g. the next post shouldn't only have 2a, but both episode in episode 2.)

    I'll start:

    Help WAnted: Copyright reasons involving ivin' in the Sunlight, Lovin in th moonlight.

    Reef Blower: It encourages kids to play with leaf blowers, which can get them killed.

    Tea at the Treedome: The closeup in the "I don't need it" scene can scare younger viewers.

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    • Bubble stand: a

      Ripped Pants: b

      Jelly fishing: c

      Plankton!: d

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    • Naughty Nautical Neighbors: It has bullying in it which could influence children to bully in real life

      Boating School: SpongeBob is cheating and barely gets in trouble which could influence children to cheat.

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    • pizza delivery: e

      home sweet pineapple: f

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    • Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy: Patrick takes a bite out of the dounuts he and SpongeBob used when they were playing superheroes, possibly teaching children that it is okay to be glutonous.

      Pickles: Banned for the famous Bubble Bass's order scene, which could give children a heart attack if it were to be prepared in real life.

      Hall Monitor: Mrs. Puff gets arrested for all of the crimes SpongeBob committed, which is not a realistic punishment.

      Jellyfish Jam: Squidward gets stung by multiple jellyfish due to playing bad music.

      Sandy's Rocket: Banned for implying that SpongeBob killed multiple people, including animation director Tom Yasumi.

      Squeaky Boots: Mr. Krabs eats the boots, which is insensitive to people who suffer from pica.

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    • nature pant: naked man

      oppo day: scary

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    • Culture Shock: Squidward Did not think Spongebob could performe an act and that's kinda mean.

      F.U.N.: Jeez the sad part made me almost cry and also Plankton was really a jerkoff at the end of the episode when he said it was a lie

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    • MuscleBob BuffPants: g

      Squidward Unfriendly Ghost: h

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    • The Chaperone: Banned because SpongeBob and Pearl ruined prom.

      Employee of the Month: Banned because SpongeBob and Squidward become overly competitive and destroy the Krusty Krab.

      Scaredy Pants: Banned because SpongeBob's brain is exposed, which could scare children

      I was a Teenage Gary: Banned because Squidward made Gary starve for three consecutive days and gets SpongeBob turned into a snail

      SB-129: Banned for featuring a two-headed Patrick

      Karate Choppers: Banned for being the last episode to air in 1999.

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    • slep: spungebob is sleeping which encourages kids to sleep which is bad

      suddddd: spongebob died

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    • Valentine's Day: i

      The Paper: j

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    • hey got an idea

      ignore Joe's posts and do the episodes he lists

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    • Arrgh!: Banned because weast

      Rock Bottom: Banned because bus driver is insane

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    • texas: idk

      walking small: stupid

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    • Supernintendoman128 wrote:
      texas:

      walking small:

      Those are blank.

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    • no they’re not

      you clearly edited that

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    • Supernintendoman128 wrote:
      no they’re not

      you clearly edited that

      I saw it before you edited it.

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    • Fools in April: k

      Neptune's Spatula: i

      Hooky: god

      MM&BB II: j

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    • your shoe died: jdjddhdjhsf

      hey squidward: 28382839

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    • Let's be serious, okay?

      Something Smells: SpongeBob eating a sundae that isn't actually a sundae? I don't know.

      Bossy Boots: I'm not sure.

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    • Big Pink Loser: Teaches kids to impersonate their neighbors and bang themselves on the head with hammers, as well as putting your hand on a hot grill.

      Bubble Buddy: Banned because it could teach young children that killing people and blaming it on a floating bubble is 100% ok. (Scooter or whatever his name died in this episode)

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    • Dying For Pie: Teaches children to build brick walls around people who try to connect with you.

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    • Ripplerapple wrote:
      Dying For Pie: Teaches children to build brick walls around people who try to connect with you.

      What about "Imitation Krabs?"

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    • Mrs. Puff, You're Fired: Too much abuse from substitute teacher.

      Demolition Doofus: Could corrupt teachers to be nasty and attack their students.

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    • Sonic go in order

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    • Dying For Pie: For having a sweater made of eyelashes



      Imitation Krabs: For having a robot krabs

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    • Wormy: Banned for showing close-ups of a housefly instead of a butterfly, which is scientifically inaccurate.

      Patty Hype: Banned for gratuitous nudity, despite the fact that no actual genitalia were shown.

      Grandma's Kisses: Banned for the sequence in which SpongeBob cries over not wanting to grow up, mostly due to the extremely hilarious part where he cries while rotating like a lawn sprinkler.

      Squidville: Banned for being the first episode to use the track Sponge Monger.

      Prehibernation Week: Banned for featuring the music stylings of Pantera and for the famous "I can explain" gags.

      Life of Crime: Banned for the famous "You took my only food! Now, I'm going to starve!" line and for Mr. Krabs encouraging stealing.

      Christmas Who?: Banned because Squidward says, "I feel like a..." before a donkey's head is superimposed over his own and the sound of a donkey braying is heard.

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    • Survival of the Idiots: It has the word "idiots" in the title, which can be very offensive.

      Dumped: The word in the title contains the word "dump", which can mean poop, and that is something inappropiate for a kids show.

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    • No Free Rides: There's a run over at the beginning of the episode and that's not a good thing.

      I'm your Biggest Fanatic: There are many stings and it is painful.

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    • Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III: Man Ray robs a bank and that's a bad influence on kids.

      Squirrel Jokes: References to racism.

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    • Pressure: Encourages kids to wear pickle jars, which they could choke with.

      The Smoking Peanut: Shows animal abuse.

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    • Shanghaied: perfume could kill you

      gary takes a bath: don't drop em

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    • Welcome to the Chum Bucket: the song

      Frankendoodle: oh noes doodlebob too minor

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    • The Secret Box: Encourages Stealing

      Band Geeks: Two Fish Die

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    • Graveyard Shift: References to murders, which is a bad example for kids, and it can also scare them.

      Krusty Love: Gives kids bad advice on love, which can cause them to become introverts as they don't know how to talk to girls.

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    • Procrastination: Does not teach kids in school to write an essay well

      I'm With Stupid: Being stupid is dumb 

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    • Sailor Mouth: Banned for excessive profanity, despite it being censored.

      Artist Unknown: Banned because Squidward's art class was mistaken for a cooking class.

      Jellyfish Hunter: Banned due to the "moar Krabs" face and for showing that Krabs is willing to harm millions of jellyfish just to make a quick buck.

      The Fry Cook Games: Banned for the cannibalism joke, which might encourage children to deep fry people and sell them for money.

      Squid on Strike: Banned for encouraging the act of destroying public property.

      Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm: Banned for being the last episode of Season Two in terms of production order.

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    • the algae’s always greener: naked

      spongeguard on duty: jjjjjjjjjjjjjj

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    • Club Spongebob: almost starving to death.

      My Pretty Seahorse: The Coin Slot Joke.

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    • Just One Bite: Banned for Squidward's thighs exploding

      The Bully: Banned because the word "Butt" is said in the episode multiple times

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    • Nasty Patty:Banned for the death joke

      Idiot Box:Banned for fake explosions

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    • Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV: Banned for the sequence of SpongeBob trying to unshrink Squidward due to disturbing imagery and possible seziure-inducing visuals.

      Doing Time: Banned due to the boat SpongeBob drives being blue instead of the usual red.

      Snowball Effect: Banned because Mrs. Puff drives someone else's boat.

      One Krabs Trash: Banned because Mr. Krabs drools so much that a guy can row a boat on it and for Mr. Krabs defiling someone's grave for money.

      As Seen on TV: Banned because Old Man Walker mistakes SpongeBob for a box of cereal.

      Can You Spare a Dime?: Banned for being the last episode with a copyright date of 2001.

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    • No Weenies Allowed: Banned because SpongeBob broke his fingers.

      Squilliam Returns: Banned because there's an S.S. Diarrhea

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    • Krab Borg: Banned because Mr. Krabs burns his eyes, which is too harsh to be shown in a kids cartoon.

      Rock-a-Bye Bivalve: Banned because of obvious references to homosexuality.

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    • Wet Painters: Banned for showing abuse of technology.

      Krusty Krab Training Video: Banned for the abrupt ending.

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    • Party Pooper Pants: Banned because it encourages breaking into houses.

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    • Chocolate with Nuts: Banned becuase chocolate is bad for you 

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    • You're supposed to make a whole duo. Not just one episode.

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    • oh okay

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    • I'll make the other one you didn't make.

      Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V: Banned because it contains a 68 year old little kid becomes evil, which can encourage kids to imitate him.

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    • I couldn't think of anything for that episode so yeah

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    • New Student Starfish: Banned because it teaches kids to walk on lightbulbs and kids can break the lightbulbs if they walk on them

      Clams: Banned because Squidward's nose getting ripped off is too violent

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    • Ugh: Banned because there's incorrect historical facts that may cause kids to get bad grades.

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    • The Great Snail Race: Banned because Spongebob is forcing Gary to do something he doesn't want to do; animal abuse (I feel like that could be legitimate)

      Mid Life Crustacean: Banned because it teaches kids that you can break into someone's house and rifle through drawer.

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    • Born Again Krabs: Banned because it teaches kids to eat moldy food.

      I Had An Accident: Banned because it talks about breaking butts.

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    • Missing Identity: Banned because it shows SpongeBob in a dumpster which could encourage kids to go dumpster diving.

      Plankton’s Army: Banned because Plankton’s cousins making fun of his name.

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    • Sponge Who Could Fly: Banned because it teaches kids to fly.

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    • Spongebob Meets the Strangler: Banned because it teaches kids clulessness.

      Pranks a Lot: Banned because it teaches kids supernatural things.

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    • Fear of a Krabby Patty: Banned because it might scare kids

      Shell of a Man: Banned for Nudity

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    • The Lost Matress: Banned for Slapstick violence

      Krabs vs Plankton: Banned because Court might be too scary for kids

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    • Have You Seen This Snail?: Banned because the Granny is a too scary character.

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    • Skill Crane: Banned because it might have kids waste all their money on a crane machine to imitate Squidward

      Good Neighbors: Banned because of Squidward Torture

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    • Selling Out: Banned because Kids could destroy restaurants or houses or do some damage by Mr Krabs destroying Krabby O' Monday's

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    • Funny Pants: This episode says that if you laugh too much you lose your laugh box which could worry children

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    • Dunces and Dragons: Because it will lead to children learning, into entering a joust and getting themselves hurt.

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    • Enemy in Law:Could encourage kids to cheat on their future husband/wife

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    • Patrick SmartPants: Banned because it shows children that people can become smart by doing something dumb.

      Squidbob Tentaclepants: Banned because Squidward and Spongebob together is gross

      Also, I will do MMBBVI since it wasn't done yet.  

      MMBBVI: Banned because it shows dynamite and people being blown up.

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    • Krusty Towers: Shows the hotel being destroyed which could reference the twin towers

      Mrs. Puff, You're Fired: Could make kids scared of substitute teachers

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    • Chimps Ahoy: Banned for featuring chimps that are relatively tiny when  compared to David Hassleholf in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.

      Ghost Host: Banned due to multiple instances of disturbing imagery that could frighten younger children.

      Whale of a Birthday: Banned because it teaches children that it's okay to follow someone around and buy everything they look at with someone else's credit card.

      Karate Island: Banned due to fans creating a rumor that the original airing of the episode featured a small amount of blood.

      All That Glitters: Banned because SpongeBob sold all of his belongings, including his house and his clothes, just to be able to afford a spatula, spends about half the episode naked, and cries over his spatula "hating him," despite the fact that Spat wasn't shown to be sentient in any episode before this one.

      Wishing You Well: Banned for teaching children that if you don't believe in magic, you will be steamed and served with a side of melted butter.

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    • TVY7HOG wrote:
      Chimps Ahoy: Banned for featuring chimps that are relatively tiny when  compared to David Hassleholf in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.

      Ghost Host: Banned due to multiple instances of disturbing imagery that could frighten younger children.

      Whale of a Birthday: Banned because it teaches children that it's okay to follow someone around and buy everything they look at with someone else's credit card.

      Karate Island: Banned due to fans creating a rumor that the original airing of the episode featured a small amount of blood.

      All That Glitters: Banned because SpongeBob sold all of his belongings, including his house and his clothes, just to be able to afford a spatula, spends about half the episode naked, and cries over his spatula "hating him," despite the fact that Spat wasn't shown to be sentient in any episode before this one.

      Wishing You Well: Banned for teaching children that if you don't believe in magic, you will be steamed and served with a side of melted butter.

      I think that's too much...

      New Leaf: Destroying a restaurant that has become a gift shop is not the thing to do when that has happened.

      Once Bitten: The mad snail disease could be scary for kids, because they might think it's real.

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    • Bummer Vacation: Banned because it shows Spongebob go literally mentally insane while in Patrick's rock.

      Wigstruck: Banned because it shows people with wigs are stupid.

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    • Squidtastic Voyage: Banned because Spongebob and Patrick go inside Squidward and the ending scene with all of them in Squidward.

      That's No Lady: Banned because Patrick dresses up as a woman. 

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    • The Thing: Banned because Squidward spends the whole episode encrusted in cement.

      Hocus Pocus: Banned for the scene where SpongeBob accidentally mails himself.

      Driven to Tears: Banned because Patrick is a complete jerk to SpongeBob and suffers no consequences.

      Rule of Dumb: Banned for establishing that Patrick is somehow related to Gary and that house pets can apparently be royalty.

      Born to be Wild: Banned for having the audacity to introduce "Barbecue Beach," one of the best tracks to ever appear on this show, and never use it again in any other episode.

      Best Frenemies: Banned for portraying Kelp Shakes stores as a gigantic corporation that can sprout up new restaurants within seconds, and for the reveal that the Kelp Shakes contain a toxic ingredient that makes people grow green hair all over their bodies.

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    • The Pink Purloiner : Banned because Patrick used Spongebob's toothbrush to clean the toilet. This will make kids want to do it.

      Squid Wood : Banned because it shows fish twerk and they would want to.

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    • Best Day Ever: Banned because kids might get the idea to use one of their teeth as a clarinet reed.

      The Gift of Gum: Banned for closeups of the ball of gum and the underwear coming out of it.

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    • Friend Or Foe: cause when old man jenkins was stunned by the burger, the kids may have believed he died

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    • The Original Fry Cook: Banned for the sequence of SpongeBob and Jim flushing Krabby Patties down the toilet, encouraging kids to flush food down the toilet and clog local sewer lines.

      Night Light: Banned for shoe-horning Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy in in a half-hearted attempt to salvage a terrible episode and for breaking the "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" titling convention of episodes featuring the titular elderly  heroes.

      Rise and Shine: Banned for relying on Patrick being stupid as the sole joke of the episode.

      Waiting: Banned for being unfathomably boring.

      Fungus Among Us: Banned due to depicting a disgusting disease that could frighten children.

      Spy Buddies: Banned for implying that SpongeBob was going to stick a quarter up Patrick's butt.

      Boat Smarts: Banned for punishing Squidward for following proper boating safety protocols, while SpongeBob, someone who is established to have zero regard for boating safety whatsoever, gets away scott-free.

      Good Ol' Whatshisname: Banned for teaching children to steal someone's wallet in order to find out what their name is.

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    • New Digs: Teaches kids to arrive late at school and everything will be OK. Krabs Al A Mode: It may encourage kids to freeze their house, which could lead to hyperthermia and death.

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    • Roller Cowards: Banned because SpongeBob and Patrick lost their spines after going on the roller coaster.

      Bucket Sweet Bucket: Banned because of the scene of Plankton biting a bolt, which might inspire children to do it.

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    • To Love A Patty: Banned because of the close-ups and kids might want to date a sandwich

      Breath of a Fresh Squidward: Banned because kids might want to get shocked by electric fences.

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    • Money Talks: Banned because it would lead to Children into going crazy thinking Money can talk to them.

      SpongeBob vs. The Patty Gadget: Banned because it would teach Children to have war with anything they will choose.

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    • I made a similar game a few months ago.

      Slimy Dancing: Encourages children to climb inside one another.

      The Krusty Sponge: Banned for including spoiled patties.

      Sing a Song of Patrick: The scene where the band die.

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    • A Flea In Her Dome: Banned because of the choke collars. ??

      Donut of Shame: Banned because it will tell children it's ok to put a donut in the toilet seat and it's ok to listen to the devil sometimes.

      The Krusty Plate: Banned because it will show children it's ok to blow up things, like Spongebob did with the Krusty Krab after trying to clean a plate.

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    • Goo Goo Gas: Banned because of dirty diapers and the amoeba scene would creep children out.

      Le Big Switch: Banned because of French kissing (on cheek).

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    • Atlantis Squarepantis: Banned because Patchy sounds like he says a bad word when he says what the.

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    • Picture Day: Banned because of obsessing over getting cleaned.

      Pat No Pay: Banned because it could teach kids to not pay for a meal.

      Blackjack: Banned because of how scary BlackJack could be to kids.

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    • You're supposed to only do one post each time.

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    • I did. If you were referring to the ones I did in a row, I don't believe there were rules on that. If you are referring to the 3 episodes on one post, some had 3 episodes in one.

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    • Blackened Sponge: Banned because it will teach kids to lie.

      Mermaidman Vs. Spongebob: Banned because of hypnotism. It might give kids to act the same way.

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    • The Inmates of Summer: Banned due to the scene where SpongeBob and Patrick are fed tires and forced to spend two days in solitary confinement while bathing in chum, which they then drink.

      To Save a Squirrel: Banned because the title has little to nothing to do with the plot.

      Pest of the West: Banned for being the first episode to use Wacom Cintuiqs tablets for drawing instead of pencil-and-paper.

      20,000 Patties Under the Sea: Banned for reusing footage from a Season One episode.

      The Battle of Bikini Bottom: Banned because SpongeBob and Patrick take the uniforms of two war reinactors, leaving them naked.

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    • What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?: Banned because of the disturbing gross-up that would give kids nightmares.

      The Two Faces of Squidward: Banned because of SpongeBob violently slamming Squidward's face against a door.

      SpongeHenge: Banned because of how disturbing to see just how long SpongeBob has been gone for.

      Stanley S. SquarePants: Banned because of a scene where Stanley is getting married to Incidental 40.

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    • You forgot "Banned in Bikini Bottom"

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    • Banned in Bikini Bottom: well...the title means is banned so...

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    • House fancy: toenail scene

      krabby Road: promoting jailbreaking

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    • Penny Foolish: pennies suck!

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    • 0fflinejoe wrote:
      Penny Foolish: pennies suck!

      And "Nautical Novice?"

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    • Nautical Novice: SpongeBob reads information all the night and doesn't sleep, and kids could do that

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    • Spongicus: Encourages kids to go near lions Suction Cup Symphony: Kids could imitate SpongeBob hitting a hammer on Patrick.

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    • Suction Cup Symphony: Spongebob the Doctor and Patrick the Patient. Every scene of that.

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    • Not Normal: Banned for the scene in which SpongeBob tries to turn himself back to normal, only for his eyes to fly out of their sockets. This act could be imitatable towards children.

      Gone: Banned for insinuating that everyone in Bikini Bottom, including Patrick, finds SpongeBob so annoying that they've dedicated an entire day to getting away from him, going so far as to leave him alone for weeks and make him go insane talking to a boat and thinking it's alive.

      The Splinter: Banned due to multiple instances of grotesque imagery and the sequence of Patrick impersonating a doctor, which would result in a jail sentence if one were to do so in real life.

      Slide Whistle Stooges: Banned for being one of the dumbest episodes in the entire series.

      A Life in a Day: Banned for the entire episode revolving around Patrick doing dangerous stunts and for constantly saying "Living like Lary."

      Sun Bleached: Banned due to glorifying the act of tanning, which can cause skin cancer, showing that the Bikini Bottomites are fickle, Patrick leaving SpongeBob in a tanning bed for two hours, showing a close-up of a child's butt, ending on a terrible pun, featuring a parody of George Hamilton, showing a fish frying like a piece of bacon, and for being the last episode to date to use The Surfdusters' "Surf Buggy," much to the dismay of Surfdusters fans everywhere.

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    • Giant Squidward : Banned due to showing that it's okay to put lipstick on someone while witch hunting or whatever it's called, and the witch hunting itself since one must not do any harm to someone, even if they have done a bad thing (which is being the bigger man in a conflict); it was also banned because it shows that yelling and chasing someone for smelling/eating their kelp is acceptable, and because Squidward's toenails were being used to be a "bed" for the boy scouts, which will cause them to have a lot of germs and all that other stuff since his nails might be dirty.


      No Nose Knows : Banned because throughout the whole episode, it showed that "killing" one's nose with an extremely horrible stench and ruining their desire to have one is good (and because of the disgusting title card). Also, Patrick is forcing his friends to stop smelling bad when they haven't asked for it. That can lead to a child believing that they can control someone by force, regardless of their answer.

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    • Patty Caper: Since Mr. Krabs blamed SpongeBob for something he hasn't done, along with the scene where Patrick treatens Plankton that he'll beat him up with some clackers (this could inflence someone to beat someone up when they do not do what you want them to do), and the way that the latter is intimidating his suspects by making false stories about how they stole the secret ingriedient (which teaches that someone can blame another person with little to no evidence), it should be banned.

      Plankton's Regular: Banned because it shows two horrifying scenes of Plankton and SpongeBob ripping their skins off, along with showing that feeding a fish fish is okay (that is an example of caniballism), smooshing something that one doesn't like in their mouth is acceptable, taping computers up is a completely normal behavior, trying to break in someone's house is acceptable, and trying to persuade someone to eat your food for money because of your love for the latter is not one of the roots of evil.

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    • (you can't post things twice also) Boating Buddies: This could get children into breaking traffic laws and get arrested.

      The Krabby Kronicle: Mr. Krabs forcing SpongeBob to work, and the actual fact he made false stories on multiple characters could convince children that it is okay to force your employees to work for long periods without a break and produce completely false stories that could get other people arrested, for something that wasn't even their intention.

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    • The Slumber Party: Banned for the scene in which SpongeBob is turned into a pizza, which is then eaten by Krabs. This act could encourage cannibalism.

      Grooming Gary: Banned due to being somewhat of a re-hash of Season Three's The Great Snail Race and somehow managing to be slightly less terrible.

      SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One: Banned due to being a dumb excuse to have Johnny Depp guest star and for not featuring JKL until more than halfway through.

      Porous Pockets: Banned for revolving around the stereotype of immense amounts of wealth gained suddenly changing people.

      Choir Boys: Banned for featuring Squidward clearing his throat for twenty seconds straight, then spraying breath freshener in his mouth for another ten seconds.

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    • Krusty Krushers: Banned Because Spongebob and Patrick are Beaten up mercilessly.

      The Card: Patrick causing Damage to Card #54, and Patrick almost fall on fire. A little Violence.

      Dear Vikings: The Catapult, and Squidward almost getting launched by the catapult.

      Ditchin': Kids should never ditch in school. And The Blue Gunk scene.

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    • Shuffleboarding:Banned because it teaches kids to beat up strangers.

      Professor Squidward:Banned because it teaches kids to disrupt their teacher.

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    • Pet or Pests: It shows Gary and Mrs. Wormsley fighting, which can be a bit violent for kids

      Komputer Overload: Could make kids be convinced that divorce is a good thing

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    • Gullible Pants: Banned for the fact that Mr. Krabs feels the need to hide the fact that he gets manicures.

      Overbooked: Banned for the "Sorry about the scabies" joke.

      No Hat for Pat: Banned because Mr. Krabs exploits Patrick's inability to stand up straight for money and feeling no remorse for him, regardless o how severely he gets hurt doing so.

      Toy Store of Doom: Banned for consisting almost entirely of filler, the fact that the title doesn't come into play until around the nine-minute mark, and the joke of Patrick having a flashlight inside his head.

      Sand Castles in the Sand: Banned for being one of the better episodes of Season Six

      Shell Shocked: Banned because Gary has grotesque veins and muscles underneath his shell, unlike in "To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants" and "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle," where he has a butt, as well as relying too much on the joke of SpongeBob breaking all of the shells in the store, and the fact that we didn't need to see Gary's veins take on the shape of the astronaut helmet SpongeBob tries to use as a replacement shell, as it could be frightening to children.

      And before we move on, I may as well do the episodes others have skipped over.

      Grandpappy the Pirate: Banned because Krabs tears SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward's clothes off, leaving them naked.

      Cephalopod Lodge: Banned because of both scenes where SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward taking turns zapping each other in the tongue with Jellyfish, (or in Squidward's case, Patrick doing it for him)

      Squid's Visit: Banned for the implication that SpongeBob has been inside Squidward's house enough times to replicate it down to chips in the wall and the contents of Squidward's medicine cabinet, giving a creepy tone throughout the episode.

      To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants: Banned because characters lead SpongeBob to believe that he's a completely different person because of a change of wardrobe.

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    • Chum Bucket Supreme: Banned because of claiming chum is fum, when it tastes bad.

      Single Cell Anniversary: Banned because of being the most used example of Plankton having a cute voice on the Japanese dub

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    • Truth or Square: Banned because it fails to act like a 10th aniversary special

      Pineapple Fever: Banned bacause of Squidward ripping off the skin of his eyebrow

      Chum Caverns: Banned because it could convince kids to live in a cave

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    • Tentacle-Vision: Banned because everyone wants to be on TV

      I Heart Dancing: Banned because it doesn't teach people how to dance

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    • You skipped "The Clash of Triton."

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    • The Clash of Triton: Banned because it would make kids scared of being locked in a cage by their dad

      Growth Spout: Banned because it convinces kids of stealing food from other people

      Stuck in the Wringer: Banned because it convinces kids that crying always solves problems

      Someone's in the kitchen with Sandy: Banned because of people making fun of Sandy for being a "nudist" even though the fish themselves are naked

      The Inside Job: Banned because it convinces kids to go inside other people's heads

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    • Greasy Buffoons: Banned because it teaches kids that eating lots of grease is good.

      Model Sponge: It teaches kids that they have to do crazy things just to get popular.

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    • Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful: Banned for the sequence where Squidward unknowingly showers and eats breakfast in his trash house, as it could possibly encourage children to develop unsanitary habits such as this.

      A Pal for Gary: Banned for SpongeBob being a complete idiot and constantly blaming Gary for all of the things Puffy Fluffy did and scolding him as he's being eaten and even after Gary SAVES HIM FROM CERTAIN DEATH!

      Yours, Mine, and Mine: Banned because Patrick spends the entire episode acting like a self-centered jerk and has no remorse for his actions.

      Kracked Krabs: Banned for being a stupid episode.

      The Curse of Bikini Bottom: Banned because SpongeBob, while a ghost, "kills" his spatula in order to try and flip Krabby Patties, teaching children that it's okay to murder kitchen utensils.

      Squidward in Clarinetland: Banned because SpongeBob is somehow able to fit dozens of filing drawers and other forms of bizarre imagery into a tiny locker.

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    • SpongeBob's Last Stand: Banned since Plankton is literally ruining Bikini Bottom with his new Superhighway, which causes pollution.

      Back to the Past: Since SpongeBob, Patrick, Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy do not get younger as they go back in time (which is breaking the laws of physics), this episode has been banned.

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    • The Bad Guy Club for Villains: Banned for substituting the actual end credits as the credits for the Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy episode SpongeBob and Patrick watch and for the crew wasting a perfect opportunity to use this episode as a backdoor pilot for a Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy spin-off instead of making the spin-off that shall not be named.

      A Day Without Tears: Banned because SpongeBob cries so much that his tears flood all of Bikini Bottom.

      Summer Job: Banned because Mrs. Puff is forced to endure suffering throughout the episode due to SpongeBob's shenanigans.

      One Coarse Meal: Banned for the implication that Pearl has eaten other species of plankton in the past, Krabs driving Plankton to suicide by continually scaring him for two weeks straight while disguised as Pearl, and the ending where it's shown that Krabs isn't afraid of mimes after all, despite his rather convincing performance earlier.

      Gary in Love: Banned because SpongeBob mistakes a drawing Gary made for a ransom note and because the gangster snails spend two hours trashing a pet store.

      The Play's the Thing: Banned for being incredibly underwhelming and the ending where SpongeBob and Squidward are pelted with burnt Krabby Patties and other blunt objects.

      Rodeo Daze: Banned because Sandy's song went on longer than it needed to, SpongeBob spending a good portion of the episode trying to find people to help "rescue" Sandy before putting everyone in Bikini Bottom into bubbles overnight, and the extensive usage of Photoshop animation during the rodeo portion of the episode.

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    • Grandma's Secret Recipe: Plankton Lied When He Said He Was Spongebob's Grandma Waahhh!!

      The Cent Of Money: Animal Abuse

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    • The Monster Who Came to Bikini Bottom: Banned because Patrick plays near a vat of acid and that creates a scary monster.

      Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle: Banned because the island is too polluted with random stuff.

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    • SpongeBot SteelPants wrote: Grandma's Secret Recipe: Plankton Lied When He Said He Was Spongebob's Grandma Waahhh!!

      The Cent Of Money: Animal Abuse

      The real links are Gramma's Secret Recipe and The Cent of Money

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    • The Curse of the Hex: The design of Madame Hagfish can look scary to kids

      The Main Drain: It involves characters going down a drain possibly to their death

      Trenchbillies: "Well it's now or never" is too gross

      SpongeCano: It involves fire and explosions which could reference 9/11

      The Great Patty Caper: The title is too similar to Patty Caper, and S.C.A.B.S.

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    • That Sinking Feeling: Squidward does not get to relax at the end.

      Karate Star: Patrick destroys absolutely everything.

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    • Buried in Time: Plankton accidently swallowing the secret formula.

      Enchanted Tiki Dreams: Spongebob and Patrick having mustard on their eyes and the eel (flashlight tag) scene.

      The Abravise Side: Bullying.

      Earworm: Spongebob's addiction to the song, the Kitchen all messed up, and Spongebob acting Psychotic.

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    • Hide and Then What Happens?: the end of the world 

      Shellback Shenanigans: Promoting Impresonating 

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    • The Masterpiece: Banned because Mr. Krabs' butt is disproportionately large in this episode.

      Whelk Attack: Banned for being rather underwhelming and for revealing the maiden name of SpongeBob's mother.

      You Don't Know Sponge: Banned for implying that Patrick knows next to nothing about SpongeBob, despite having been his best friend for years.

      Tunnel of Glove: Banned because Pearls friends think that SpongeBob and Pearl are in a relationship, despite the former being an adult and the latter being a teenager. It was also banned because Patrick's only purpose in this episode was to make everything worse for SpongeBob and Pearl after they get trapped in the tunnel of love.

      Krusty Dogs: Banned because of the excessive usage of the word "wiener," which can be misconstrued as a euphemism for... male special parts.

      The Wreck of the Mauna Loa: Banned because of the only funny joke being that Krabs learned about the location of the Mauna Loa because of a giant sign Patrick put up.

      New Fish in Town: Banned for being one of the most boring episodes of the series.

      Love That Squid: Banned for introducing a love interest that has never appeared in the series again after this episode due to the show's lack of continuity.

      Big Sister Sam: Banned for Patrick defending Sam's actions throughout the episode, contradicting Patrick saying that he doesn't have a sister in an earlier episode, and for Sam having a grotesque face on the back of her head.

      Perfect Chemistry: Banned for being the last episode of Season Seven.

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    • Accidents Will Happen: Banned because Mr. Krabs gets forced to do some disgusting things like scraping Squidward’s back.

      The Other Patty: Banned because the secret formula for the Flabby Patty was just a trick to make Plankton and Mr. Krabs friends again.

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    • SpongeBob in Random Land: Banned because the 3rd door Squidward opened was him as a baby pooing his pants, when it should have been a creepy face of Squidward instead.

      Just One Bite: Banned because the Krusty Krab didn't had a burgler Alarm for the patty voult and Plankton could've gotten a Krabby Patty fair and square.

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    • SpongeBoy27 wrote:
      SpongeBob in Random Land: Banned because the 3rd door Squidward opened was him as a baby pooing his pants, when it should have been a creepy face of Squidward instead.

      Just One Bite: Banned because the Krusty Krab didn't had a burgler Alarm for the patty voult and Plankton could've gotten a Krabby Patty fair and square.

      We're doing these episodes in order, not skipping around. So, next should be "Drive Thru"/"The Hot Shot" On top of that, someone beat you to "Just One Bite" ages ago.

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    • I think "The Chaperone"/"Employee of the month" are the worst that beats the person who beat me ages ago!

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    • Drive Thru: Because it portrays what the world is for fast-food. Extremely long lines.

      The Hot Shot: SpongeBob goes reckless with the car.

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    • A friendly Game: SpongeBob and Patrick destroy Squidward's house because their friendly game, and people could do it too

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    • Sentimental Sponge: Banned because it teaches hordering.

      Frozen Face-Off: Banned because Plankton being dissected might be disgusting.

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    • Squidward's School for Grown-Ups: Banned because it features SpongeBob dressing up and singing like a girl.

      Oral Report: Banned because Patrick puts on a Mrs. Puff costume and starts talking in a girly voice (similar to Squidward's School for Grown-Ups).

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    • Prehibernation Week: Banned for toture.

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    • DuchessTheSponge wrote:
      Prehibernation Week: Banned for toture.

      in order

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    • Sweet and Sour Squidward: Banned because the clarinet playing can be annoying for kids too. And can be piercing.

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    • The Googly Artiste: Banned because Patrick uses Krabby Patties as the canvas for his "masterpiece," which is a waste of food.

      A SquarePants Family Vacation: Banned for being yet another underwhelming half-hour special and for kicking off the Season Eight vacation miniseries.

      Patrick's Staycation: Banned because Patrick is an ungrateful jerk for not appreciating all of the trouble SpongeBob is willing to go through to give him a nice vacation and because SpongeBob apparently can't make a Krabby Patty without having to pay Mr. Krabs.

      Walking the Plankton: Banned for being a rather forgettable episode.

      Mooncation: Banned for being the "best" vacation miniseries episode purely due to the concept of Sandy going to the moon.

      Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation: Banned because Mr. Krabs considers going to the Bikini Bottom Mint a good idea for a vacation, which any sane person would call him a loony for even having the thought cross his mind, freaks out over old money being torn up, and cries over Pearl using the SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs dollar bills to pay for some shoes she just bought.

      Ghoul Fools: Banned for being a dumb episode, with the only redeeming qualities being the scenes with The Flying Dutchman.

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    • Mermaid Man begins: Banned for being a Superhero origin episode

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    • Plankton's Good Eye: Banned because another eye doesn't change your personality at all

      Barnacle Face: Banned because it features so much disgusting acne

      Pet Sitter Pat: Banned because it promotes children to abuse their pet animals

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    • House Sittin' for Sandy: Banned because Patrick only exists as an excuse to have everything go wrong.

      Smoothe Jazz at Bikini Bottom: Banned because it is heavily implied that Patrick possibly waited for Squidward's ticket to pass through his digestive system in order to get into the concert, as it's never explicitly stated how he was able to get in without a ticket.

      Bubble Troubles: Banned because Sandy spends much of the episode going crazy due to lack of oxygen and the episode portraying this as comedy, along with the fact that SpongeBob just to happens to have an oxygen tank, yet he and Patrick never realize that they could just use that to maintain Sandy's oxygen levels for the time being, and the fact that it took the writers eight seasons to acknowledge the fact that Pearl is a mammal and occasionally has to breathe air.

      The Way of the Sponge: Banned for the two jokes involving removing someone's belt and causing their pants to fall down.

      The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom: Banned because Krabs' attempt to get rich quick actually backfires on him for once when Sandy's growth formula causes the Krabby Patty to grow too big, the fact that Sandy mentions having to turn the giant soybean into a giant salad is such a momentous occasion that the viewers apparently don't get to see it, Patrick becoming nauseous just thinking about a giant salad, and the ending where SpongeBob is used to make Krabby Patties after he absorbs the giant Krabby Patty.

      Bubble Buddy Returns: Banned because Bubble Buddy has less than a minute of screentime, despite the title suggesting otherwise, the implication that Shiny put himself into situations where he could have been popped intentionally specifically to mess with SpongeBob, the fact that Sponge Monger plays before Grass Skirt Chase, when the Sponge Monger clearly works best when it's used near the climax/falling action of an episode, this being the first episode to use the track Porous Pursuit, and the last episode to air in 2011.

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    • Restraining SpongeBob: Banned because Squidward places a restraining order on SpongeBob which causes the latter to not do his job correctly. It's also banned since Patrick was being too annoying to Squidward.

      Fiasco!: This episode is banned since Plankton was trying to steal a masterpiece from the Krusty Krab.

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    • Are you Happy now?: This is clearly banned because suicide reference and sadness

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    • XxGustavXx wrote: Are you Happy now?: This is clearly banned because suicide reference and sadness

      You did not do Planet of the Jellyfish so I will do it

      Planet of the Jellyfish: Banned because it features an alien race taking over everyone.

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    • ItzSpongeBob 1999 wrote:

      XxGustavXx wrote: Are you Happy now?: This is clearly banned because suicide reference and sadness

      You did not do Planet of the Jellyfish so I will do it

      Planet of the Jellyfish: Banned because it features an alien race taking over everyone.

      I didn't did that because it's one at a time or i dunno

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    • XxGustavXx wrote:

      ItzSpongeBob 1999 wrote:

      XxGustavXx wrote: Are you Happy now?: This is clearly banned because suicide reference and sadness

      You did not do Planet of the Jellyfish so I will do it

      Planet of the Jellyfish: Banned because it features an alien race taking over everyone.

      I didn't did that because it's one at a time or i dunno

      Actually, it's at least one pair of episodes per post, meaning if you were to tackle the next half-hour, which would be 170, you would do both "Free Samples" and "Home Sweet Rubble, not just" Free Samples."

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    • Okay it's just a game

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    • Going back on topic here...

      Free Samples: Banned because it features characters vomiting.

      Home Sweet Rubble: Banned for being a BLATANT re-hash of Season One's "Home Sweet Pineapple" all the way down to the title card and for Patrick's dream sequence, which could have been cut from the episode and the plot will have remained largely the same.

      Karen 2.0: Banned for the plot point of Plankton trying to replace Karen, the fact that Karen 2 doesn't have arms, Karen is referred to as "Karen Classic" throughout the episode to distinguish the two, and the dial-up joke.

      InSPONGEiac: Banned because of the title card, which may be frightening to some children, Patrick does nothing to help SpongeBob get to sleep and instead makes the problem worse, and the fact that SpongeBob not being able to sleep is technically Mr. Krabs' fault because he's the one who put it into his head that SpongeBob's "lack of sleep" was "altering his productivity."

      Face Freeze: Banned for the numerous disturbing faces made throughout the episode, the flimsy plot, and this episode being a re-hash of Season One's Hooky.

      Glove World R.I.P.: Banned for Patrick rushing to Glove World! naked, the fact that the punchline of Patrick saying "has the world gone mad?" then cutting to a wide shot to show that he's naked could be seen coming from a mile away, SpongeBob and Patrick making a series of dumb puns involving the word "glove," them not realizing that all of the rides are broken and/or extremely dangerous until Patrick [literally] opens his eyes, the ending where it's revealed that Glove World! is shutting down because Glove Universe is opening the same night, and Patrick mentioning that he threw the key at the bottom of Glove Lake, preventing himself and SpongeBob from releasing themselves from their chains.

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    • Squiditis: Banned because it features people getting the (corona)virus.

      Demolition Doofus: Banned because Mrs. Puff wants to kill SpongeBob.

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    • Treats: Banned because of the constant meowing

      For Here or to Go: Banned because it shows characters being murdered during the puppet scene

      It's a SpongeBob Christmas: Banned because children could immitate the bad behavior shown and the episode is too beautiful to air on current Nickelodeon

      Super Aquatic Villian Team Up is Go: Banned because Man Ray gets fat at the end, which makes it look like fanfiction

      Chum Fricassee: Banned because it involves the Chum Bucket going on fire which could reference the terror attacks of '01

      The Good Krabby Name: Banned because it shows car crashes

      Move it or Lose it: Banned because of a scene of Plankton trying to sell Karen

      Hello Bikini Bottom: Banned because a kid stabbing Squidward with a tail pin

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    • Extreme Spots: Banned because The activities and Sports in this episode are so extreme and persons could suffer some damage by doing this

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    • Squirrel Record: Banned for being somewhat of a re-hash of Season Two's "Prehibernation Week" and for encouraging the act of breaking numerous world records in a small amount of time.

      Patrick-Man!: Banned because Patrick uses peanut butter as the "P" on his belly and paints it on backward.

      Gary's New Toy: Banned for being the only Season Nine episode to use the track Slide Whistle Stooges 2.

      License to Milkshake: Banned for turning a one-off joke from "Yours, Mine, and Mine" into an entire episode.

      Squid Baby: Banned for using the suffix "-itis" at the end of the name of a disease, despite the fact that "-itis" means "inflammation."

      Little Yellow Book: Banned because the Bikini Bottomites are hypocrites for chastising Squidward for reading SpongeBob's diary when earlier, they were completely fine with Squidward reading it to them and even laugh at some of the things SpongeBob did. It was also banned for insinuating that Patrick was going to eat a used diaper he found in the Dumpster behind the Krusty Krab.

      Bumper to Bumper: Banned because if features a ten-lane freeway that narrows to a one-lane tunnel, which could cause severe bottleneck traffic, and for pulling a "Nautical Novice" by giving SpongeBob his license, only to have it revoked seconds later because of a Deus ex Machina the writers pulled out of thin air because they wrote themselves into a corner and decided to take the laziest way out possible.

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    • Eek an Urchin: Allowing vermin in the show

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    • Nasty Patty banned because: SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs thinks that the health inspecter's dead, when it was a fly insted

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    • SpongeBoy27 wrote: Nasty Patty banned because: SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs thinks that the health inspecter's dead, when it was a fly insted

      That episode was done ages ago. We're well into Season Nine now.

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    • Ok then:

      Kenny The Cat Banned Because: He scares Patrick with his cat tatue and Sandy makes everyone relies Kenny is a fake.

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    • I meant to Say Sponebob scares Patrick

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    • Squid Defense: Banned for subscribing to the notion that manual labor makes people good at karate, a la The Karate Kid.

      Jailbreak!: Banned because Plankton attempts to use a bar of soap as a bomb and because all of the guards are incompetent for blocking the exploded wall, leaving the front entrance completely unguarded.

      Evil Spatula: Banned for being "All That Glitters" done right.

      It Came from Goo Lagoon: Banned because the goo bubbles aren't really that dangerous in the grand scheme of things.

      Safe Deposit Krabs: Banned for being definitive proof that early Season Nine is a step up from the previous few seasons.

      Plankton's Pet: Banned for being the first Plankton-centric episode not to be about one of his convoluted attempts to steal the Krabby Patty secret formula.

      Don't Look Now: Banned because SpongeBob and Patrick trade underwear in one scene, which is unsanitary.

      Séance Shméance: Banned for implying that Patrick once ate Mr. Krabs' furniture, or at the very least, attempted to.

      Yeti Krabs: Banned for being a surprisingly decent episode and for not resorting to a dumb ending where SpongeBob, Squidward, and Mr. Krabs all get eaten for no real reason.

      SpongeBob You're Fired: Banned for being nothing more than twenty-two minutes of filler, when it could have been about SpongeBob being convinced by Sandy and/or Patrick to start up his own restaurant after getting fired because Krabs is told by some conman that he'll make much more money without him, only for Krabs to later realize that SpongeBob was the thing holding the Krusty Krab together and his amazing fry-cooking skills were the sole reason people keep coming back and the Krusty Krab was able to make money. It was also banned for being the last episode produced before the show was forced to go on a year-long hiatus due to production on the second movie.

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    • Lost in Bikini Bottom: Banned for showing a close-up of Squidward’s tentacles

      Tutor Sauce: Banned for SpongeBob driving in to the Krusty Krab, with could make kids think that driving into buildings is ok.

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    • Squid One Plus: Larry the Lobster hits hard Squidward, and Squidward's outright self-centeredness in the end. 

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    • The executive treatment: Patrick gets forced to be some work guy which teaches kids slavery is good

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    • Company Picnic: Plankton does his Company Picnic but Mr Krabs tries to attract the Chum Bucket

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    • Pull Up A Barriel banned Because: They need to save sailors because of Sunscreen? They should've did it with Krabby Patties or the food Mr. Krabs makes in his story that the captain didn't want him to give to sailors on the ship.

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    • The spongebob movie: sponge out of water - spongebob Was in the war

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    • Sanctuary: Banned because it could convince kids to steal people's pets

      What's Eating Patrick?: Banned because Patrick broke the little kid's other leg at the end of the episode

      Patrick! The Game: Banned because kids could immitate Squidward's behavior when someone makes their own game

      The Sewers of Bikini Bottom: Banned because Charlton Hawkfish popped the sewer snake

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    • SpongeBob LongPants: Banned because it's a summation of what To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants should have been.

      Larry's Gym: Banned for being the first Larry the Lobster-focused episode.

      The Fish Bowl: Banned for encouraging studying others' behavior without their knowledge.

      Married to Money: Banned because it managed to make a character falling in love with an inanimate object entertaining, unlike a certain other episode.

      Mall Girl Pearl: Banned because SpongeBob only has one line.

      Two Thumbs Down: Banned for featuring stock footage during the sequence where SpongeBob breaks his thumbs.

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