Encyclopedia SpongeBobia
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Encyclopedia SpongeBobia

2021 was a common year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar. This year the third movie (The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run) was released digitally in the United States on March 4, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year a total of 51 episodes premiered across all three shows. 24 in Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years, 14 in The Patrick Star Show, and 13 in the original series, making it tie with 2005 and 2020 in terms of numbers of new episodes in the original series.

This year also marks the second and third times that Nickelodeon aired no SpongeBob SquarePants-related material in a single day on the main channel since July 7, 2007. The show did air on Nicktoons, however.

Date Event(s)
January 10 "The SpongeBob SportsPants Countdown Special" premiered.
A sneak peek for Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years was shown.
January 12 The Complete Twelfth Season was released.
January 15 "Krusty Koncessionaires" and "Dream Hoppers" premiered in Latin America.
January 16 "Who R Zoo?" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
"The Krusty Slammer" and "Pineapple RV" premiered in Japan.
January 17 "Hiccup Plague" premiered in Germany.
"Dream Hoppers" premiered in Austria and Switzerland.
January 18 "Lighthouse Louie" and "My Two Krabses" premiered.
An exclusive look at The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was shown.
January 21 Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated was released on the App Store and Google Play.
January 22 The first time that no SpongeBob SquarePants-related material aired on the main Nickelodeon channel in a single day since July 7, 2007.
January 23 "Plankton's Old Chum" and "Stormy Weather" premiered in Japan.
January 29 "Jolly Lodgers" premiered in Greece.
January 30 "Swamp Mates" and "One Trick Sponge" premiered in Japan.
February 2 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run DVD and Blu-ray were released in Canada.
The SpongeBob 3-Movie Collection was released in Canada.
February 6 "The SpongeBob SportsPants Countdown Special" premiered in Canada.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" officially premiered in Germany.
"Dream Hoppers" premiered in Germany.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" premiered in Austria and Switzerland.
"The Krusty Bucket" and "Squid's on a Bus" premiered in Japan.
February 7 "Shell Games" officially premiered in Russia.
February 10 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was released in the UK.
February 11 "Boss for a Day," "The Goofy Newbie," "The Ghost of Plankton," and "My Two Krabses" premiered in Finland.
February 12 "Knock Knock, Who's There?," "Pat Hearts Squid," "Lighthouse Louie," and "Hiccup Plague" premiered in Finland.
February 13 "My Two Krabses" premiered in Canada.
"Sandy's Nutty Nieces" and "Insecurity Guards" premiered in Japan.
February 14 "My Two Krabses" and "Krusty Koncessionaires" premiered in Russia.
February 15 "Who R Zoo?" and "Kwarantined Krab" premiered in Finland.
February 16 "Plankton's Intern," "Patrick's Tantrum," "Bubble Bass's Tab," and "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Finland.
February 17 "Krusty Koncessionaires" and "Dream Hoppers" premiered in Finland.
February 21 "Dream Hoppers" premiered in Russia.
February 22 "Pineapple RV" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Pineapple RV" officially premiered in South Africa, Iberia, Wallonia, Central & Eastern Europe, and Turkey.
February 23 "Jolly Lodgers" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Sweden, Denmark, Turkey, Iberia, and South Africa.
February 24 "Boss for a Day" premiered in South Africa.
"The Goofy Newbie" premiered in Iberia, Scandinavia, and Wallonia.
February 25 "Swamp Mates" premiered in Turkey, Denmark, and South Africa.
"Swamp Mates" officially premiered in Norway, Sweden, Southeast Asia, and Wallonia.
February 26 "One Trick Sponge" premiered in Turkey, Sweden, Denmark, and South Africa.
"One Trick Sponge" officially premiered in Norway, Southeast Asia, and Wallonia.
"Who R Zoo?" premiered in Latin America.
March 4 CBS All Access was rebranded as Paramount+.
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was released on VOD and Paramount+.
"The Jellyfish Kid," "Sugar Squeeze," "Tag, You're It," "Quest for Tire," "Cabin of Curiosities," "In Search of Camp Noodist," "Kitchen Sponge," "The Treasure of Kamp Koral," "Camper Gary," "Midnight Snack Attack," "Hot Pearl-tato," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years were released on Paramount+ in the United States and Latin America.
March 5 "FarmerBob" and "Gary & Spot" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 6 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was released in Israel.
"Shell Games," "Jolly Lodgers," and "Pineapple RV" officially premiered in France.
March 7 "Dying for Pie: Puppet Edition!" premiered online.
March 8 "The Nitwitting" and "The Ballad of Filthy Muck" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 9 "The Krusty Slammer" and "Pineapple RV" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 10 "Gary's Got Legs" and "King Plankton" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 11 "Plankton's Old Chum" and "Stormy Weather" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 12 "Swamp Mates" and "One Trick Sponge" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 13 "2021 Kids' Choice Awards short" premiered in the United States and Canada.
"Boss for a Day" premiered in France.
March 14 "2021 Kids' Choice Awards short" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
March 15 "2021 Kids' Choice Awards short" premiered in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
"The Krusty Bucket" and "Squid's on a Bus" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 16 "Sandy's Nutty Nieces" and "Insecurity Guards" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 17 "2021 Kids' Choice Awards short" premiered in France, Wallonia, Europe, Turkey, Spain, Portugal and Mexico.
"Broken Alarm" and "Karen's Baby" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 18 "Shell Games" and "Senior Discount" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 19 "Mind the Gap" and "Dirty Bubble Returns" premiered in Hong Kong.
"2021 Kids' Choice Awards short" premiered in Italy.
March 20 "Krusty Koncessionaires" and "Dream Hoppers" premiered in France.
"Lighthouse Louie" premiered in Latin America.
March 22 "Jolly Lodgers" and "Biddy Sitting" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 23 Part 1 of "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 24 Part 2 of "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 25 The first six episodes of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years were released on Paramount+ in Scandinavia.
"SpongeBob in RandomLand" and "SpongeBob's Bad Habit" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 26 "Handemonium" and "Breakin'" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 27 "Broken Alarm" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
March 29 "Boss for a Day" and "The Goofy Newbie" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 30 "A Cabin in the Kelp" and "The Hankering" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 31 "Escape from Beneath Glove World" premiered in Hong Kong.
April 1 "Krusty Koncessionaires" and "Dream Hoppers" premiered in Hong Kong.
April 2 "Sugar Squeeze," "Tag, You're It," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years premiered on Nickelodeon.
"2021 Kids' Choice Awards short" premiered in Greece.
April 5 "Kwarantined Krab" premiered in Austria and Switzerland.
April 9 "Bubble Bass's Tab" and "Kooky Cooks" premiered.
Mighty Friday Nights started.
"My Two Krabses" premiered in Poland.
April 10 "Kwarantined Krab" accidentally premiered in Latin America.
April 16 "Under the Small Top," "Squidward's Sick Daze," and "Dying for Pie: Puppet Edition!" premiered.
"The Ghost of Plankton" and "My Two Krabses" premiered in South Korea.
April 17 "Under the Small Top" and "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in Canada.
April 19 "Swamp Mates" officially premiered in the UK and Ireland.
April 20 "Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
April 21 "Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
April 22 "Plankton's Intern" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
April 23 "Knock Knock, Who's There?" and "Wet Painters: Puppet Edition!" premiered.
"Patrick's Tantrum" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Bubble Bass's Tab" and "Kooky Cooks" premiered in South Korea.
"My Two Krabses" officially premiered in Latin America.
"Sugar Squeeze," "Tag, You're It," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years premiered in Brazil.
April 24 "Bubble Bass's Tab" and "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Canada.
April 25 "Bubble Bass's Tab," "Kooky Cooks," "A Place for Pets," "Lockdown for Love," "Under the Small Top," and "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in Italy.
April 26 "One Trick Sponge" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
April 27 "Krusty Koncessionaires" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
April 28 "Dream Hoppers" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
April 29 SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off was released on the Switch.
"Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
April 30 "Plankton's Intern" and "Can You Spare a Dime?: Puppet Edition!" premiered.
"Kooky Cooks" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in South Korea.
May 1 The SpongeBob SquarePants series became 22 years old.
May 3 "Pineapple RV" officially premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
May 4 "The Krusty Slammer" officially premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
May 5 "Swamp Mates" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
May 6 "One Trick Sponge" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
May 7 "Plankton's Intern" premiered in South Korea.
May 8 "Under the Small Top" and "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in Latin America.
May 9 "Under the Small Top" and "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in Brazil.
May 10 "Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
May 11 "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
May 12 "Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"FarmerBob" and "Gary & Spot" premiered in Iran.
May 13 "Plankton's Intern" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"The Nitwitting" and "The Ballad of Filthy Muck" premiered in Iran.
May 14 "A Place for Pets," "Lockdown for Love," "Bubble Bass's Tab," and "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Brazil.
"The Krusty Slammer" and "Pineapple RV" premiered in Iran.
May 15 "A Place for Pets," "Lockdown for Love," "Bubble Bass's Tab," and "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Latin America.
May 17 "My Two Krabses" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
"Sandy's Nutty Nieces" and "Insecurity Guards" premiered in Iran.
May 18 "Who R Zoo?" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
May 19 "Krusty Koncessionaires" and "Dream Hoppers" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"Plankton's Intern" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
May 20 "Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
May 21 "Kooky Cooks" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
May 24 "A Place for Pets" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
May 25 Kamp Koral Activity Book, Kamp Koral Joke Book, and Snack Attack! were released.
"Lockdown for Love" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
May 26 "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
"SpongeBob in RandomLand" and "SpongeBob's Bad Habit" premiered in Iran.
May 27 "Under the Small Top" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
May 30 "The Camping Episode: Puppet Edition!" premiered online.
May 31 "Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in Russia.
June 1 "The Goofy Newbie" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"Help Wanted," "Reef Blower," and "Tea at the Treedome" premiered in Kenya, thus marking the premiere of SpongeBob SquarePants in that country.
June 2 "Bubblestand" and "Ripped Pants" premiered in Kenya.
June 3 "Jellyfishing" and "Plankton!" premiered in Kenya.
June 4 "Naughty Nautical Neighbors" and "Boating School" premiered in Kenya.
June 5 "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
June 7 "Plankton's Intern" premiered in Russia.
"Pizza Delivery" and "Home Sweet Pineapple" premiered in Kenya.
June 8 "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" and "Pickles" premiered in Kenya.
June 9 "Hall Monitor" and "Jellyfish Jam" premiered in Kenya.
June 10 "Sandy's Rocket" and "Squeaky Boots" premiered in Kenya.
June 11 "Nature Pants" and "Opposite Day" premiered in Kenya.
June 12 "Knock Knock, Who's There?" and "Patrick's Tantrum" premiered in Latin America.
"Mind the Gap" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
June 13 "Plankton's Intern" and "Patrick's Tantrum" premiered in Brazil.
June 14 "Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in Russia.
"The Splinter" and "Slide Whistle Stooges" premiered in Vietnam.
"Culture Shock" and "F.U.N." premiered in Kenya.
June 15 "A Life in a Day" and "Sun Bleached" premiered in Vietnam.
"MuscleBob BuffPants" and "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost" premiered in Kenya.
June 16 "The Chaperone" and "Employee of the Month" premiered in Kenya.
June 17 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was released in Australia.
"Scaredy Pants" and "I Was a Teenage Gary" premiered in Kenya.
June 18 "SB-129" and "Karate Choppers" premiered in Kenya.
June 19 "Dirty Bubble Returns" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
June 20 "The Jellyfish Kid", "Sugar Squeeze", "Tag, You're It," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years was released in Russia on Okko.tv.
June 21 "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Russia.
"Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Russia on Okko.tv.
"Sleepy Time" and "Suds" premiered in Kenya.
"The Jellyfish Kid," "Sugar Squeeze," "Tag, You're It," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years premiered in Italy.
June 22 "Valentine's Day" and "The Paper" premiered in Kenya.
"Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Italy.
"In Search of Camp Noodist" and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Russia on Okko.tv.
June 23 "Arrgh!" and "Rock Bottom" premiered in Kenya.
"In Search of Camp Noodist" and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Italy.
"The Treasure of Kamp Koral" and "Camper Gary" premiered in Russia on Okko.tv.
June 24 "Texas" and "Walking Small" premiered in Kenya.
"The Treasure of Kamp Koral" and "Camper Gary" premiered in Italy.
"Midnight Snack Attack" and "Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in Russia on Okko.tv.
June 25 Mighty Friday Nights ended.
"Fools in April" and "Neptune's Spatula" premiered in Kenya.
"Midnight Snack Attack" and "Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in Italy.
June 26 "The Goofy Newbie" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
June 28 "Hooky" and "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II" premiered in Kenya.
June 29 "Your Shoe's Untied" and "Squid's Day Off" premiered in Kenya.
June 30 "Something Smells" and "Bossy Boots" premiered in Kenya.
July 1 "Bubble Bass's Tab" and "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Israel.
"Big Pink Loser" and "Bubble Buddy" premiered in Kenya.
July 2 "Dying for Pie" and "Imitation Krabs" premiered in Kenya.
July 5 Patrick Stars & Stripes Weekend ended.
"The Jellyfish Kid", "Sugar Squeeze," "Tag, You're It," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years premiered in Poland and Russia on Nickelodeon.
"Wormy" and "Patty Hype" premiered in Kenya.
July 6 "Grandma's Kisses" and "Squidville" premiered in Kenya.
"Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Poland and Russia on Nickelodeon.
July 7 "Prehibernation Week" and "Life of Crime" premiered in Kenya.
"In Search of Camp Noodist" and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Poland and Russia on Nickelodeon.
July 8 "The Treasure of Kamp Koral" and "Camper Gary" premiered in Poland and Russia on Nickelodeon.
"Christmas Who?" premiered in Kenya.
July 9 "Pat Hearts Squid" and "Pat the Dog" premiered.
"Late for Breakfast," "Bummer Jobs," and the start of The Patrick Star Show premiered.
"Midnight Snack Attack" and "Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in Poland and Russia on Nickelodeon.
"Survival of the Idiots" and "Dumped" premiered in Kenya.
July 10 "Plankton's Intern" and "Patrick's Tantrum" premiered in Canada.
"My Two Krabses" premiered in Germany.
"Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in Brazil.
"Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in Latin America and Brazil.
July 11 "The Jellyfish Kid," "Sugar Squeeze," "Tag, You're It," "Quest for Tire," "Cabin of Curiosities," "In Search of Camp Noodist," "Kitchen Sponge," "The Treasure of Kamp Koral," "Camper Gary," "Midnight Snack Attack," "Hot Pearl-tato," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
July 12 "The Goofy Newbie" premiered in France.
"No Free Rides" and "I'm Your Biggest Fanatic" premiered in Kenya.
July 13 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run DVD, Blu-ray, and The SpongeBob 3-Movie Collection were released in the United States.
"Swamp Mates" and "One Trick Sponge" premiered in France.
"Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III" and "Squirrel Jokes" premiered in Kenya.
July 14 "Pressure" and "The Smoking Peanut" premiered in Kenya.
July 15 "Shanghaied" and "Gary Takes a Bath" premiered in Kenya.
July 16 Mega Music Fest began.
"Lost in Couch" and "Pat-a-thon" premiered.
"Welcome to the Chum Bucket" and "Frankendoodle" premiered in Kenya.
Biz Markie passed away.
July 17 "Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in Canada, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
"Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in Canada.
July 18 Mega Music Fest ended.
July 19 "The Jellyfish Kid," "Sugar Squeeze," "Tag, You're It," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
"The Secret Box" and "Band Geeks" premiered in Kenya.
July 20 "Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
"Graveyard Shift" and "Krusty Love" premiered in Kenya.
July 21 "In Search of Camp Noodist" and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
"Procrastination" and "I'm with Stupid" premiered in Kenya.
July 22 "What About Meep?," "Hard Time Out," "Pat's A Li'l Sinker," "Camp SpongeBob," "Squisery," "Game Night," "Gimme a News Break," "Wise Kraken," "Squatch Swap," "The Ho! Ho! Horror!," "Outhouse Outrage," and "Are You Afraid of the Dork?" were released on Paramount+.
"The Treasure of Kamp Koral" and "Camper Gary" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
"Sailor Mouth" and "Artist Unknown" premiered in Kenya.
July 23 "Stair Wars" and "Enemies à la Mode" premiered.
"Midnight Snack Attack" and "Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
"Jellyfish Hunter" and "The Fry Cook Games" premiered in Kenya.
July 24 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was released in Japan.
July 26 SpongeBob Summer began.
SpongeBob Medal Mania began.
"Squid on Strike" and "Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm" premiered in Kenya.
July 27 "The Algae's Always Greener" and "SpongeGuard on Duty" premiered in Kenya.
July 28 "Club SpongeBob" and "My Pretty Seahorse" premiered in Kenya.
July 29 "Just One Bite" and "The Bully" premiered in Kenya.
July 30 "The Haunting of Star House" premiered.
"The Camping Episode: Puppet Edition!" premiered.
SpongeBob Medal Mania ended.
"Nasty Patty" and "Idiot Box" premiered in Kenya.
August 1 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was released in the Netherlands and Belgium.
August 2 "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" and "Doing Time" premiered in Kenya.
"Kwarantined Krab" was released on Paramount+ in Latin America and Brazil.
August 3 "Snowball Effect" and "One Krabs Trash" premiered in Kenya.
August 4 "As Seen on TV" and "Can You Spare a Dime?" premiered in Kenya.
August 5 "No Weenies Allowed" and "Squilliam Returns" premiered in Kenya.
August 6 "Squidina's Little Helper" premiered.
"Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in South Korea.
"Krab Borg" and "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" premiered in Kenya.
August 9 "Lighthouse Louie," "Hiccup Plague," and "Kwarantined Krab" premiered in Canada.
"Wet Painters" and "Krusty Krab Training Video" premiered in Kenya.
August 10 "Party Pooper Pants" premiered in Kenya.
August 11 The first six episodes of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years were released on Paramount+ in Australia.
"Chocolate with Nuts" and "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V" premiered in Kenya.
August 12 "New Student Starfish" and "Clams" premiered in Kenya.
August 13 "I Smell a Pat" premiered.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" and "Dream Hoppers" premiered in South Korea.
"Ugh" premiered in Kenya.
August 16 "Hiccup Plague" premiered in Latin America.
"The Great Snail Race" and "Mid-Life Crustacean" premiered in Kenya.
August 17 "Born Again Krabs" and "I Had an Accident" premiered in Kenya.
The SpongeBob Musical: Live on Stage! Blu-ray was released.
August 18 "Krabby Land" and "The Camping Episode" premiered in Kenya.
August 19 "Missing Identity" and "Plankton's Army" premiered in Kenya.
August 20 "A Place for Pets," "Lockdown for Love," and "Kwarantined Krab" premiered in South Korea.
"The Sponge Who Could Fly" premiered in Kenya.
August 23 "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler" and "Pranks a Lot" premiered in Kenya.
August 24 "Fear of a Krabby Patty" and "Shell of a Man" premiered in Kenya.
August 25 "The Lost Mattress" and "Krabs vs. Plankton" premiered in Kenya.
August 26 "Have You Seen This Snail?" premiered in Kenya.
August 27 "Under the Small Top" and "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in South Korea.
"Skill Crane" and "Good Neighbors" premiered in Kenya.
August 29 Ed Asner passed away.
August 30 "Selling Out" and "Funny Pants" premiered in Kenya.
August 31 "A Place for Pets," "Lockdown for Love," "Under the Small Top," and "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in Israel.
"Dunces and Dragons" premiered in Kenya.
September 1 "Enemy In-Law" and "Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture" premiered in Kenya.
September 2 "The Jellyfish Kid," "Sugar Squeeze," "Tag, You're It," and the start of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years premiered in Israel.
"Patrick SmartPants" and "SquidBob TentaclePants" premiered in Kenya.
September 3 "Krusty Towers" and "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired" premiered in Kenya.
September 5 "Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Israel.
September 6 "In Search of Camp Noodist" and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Israel.
"Chimps Ahoy" and "Ghost Host" premiered in Kenya.
September 7 "The Treasure of Kamp Koral" and "Camper Gary" premiered in Israel.
"Whale of a Birthday" and "Karate Island" premiered in Kenya.
September 8 "All That Glitters" and "Wishing You Well" premiered in Kenya.
September 9 "New Leaf" and "Once Bitten" premiered in Kenya.
September 10 "The Jellyfish Kid" premiered on Nickelodeon.
"Bummer Vacation" and "Wigstruck" premiered in Kenya.
September 13 "Squidtastic Voyage" and "That's No Lady" premiered in Kenya.
September 14 "The Thing" and "Hocus Pocus" premiered in Kenya.
September 15 "Driven to Tears" and "Rule of Dumb" premiered in Kenya.
September 16 "Born to Be Wild" and "Best Frenemies" premiered in Kenya.
September 17 "Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered on Nickelodeon.
"The Pink Purloiner" and "Squid Wood" premiered in Kenya.
The Cosmic Shake was officially announced by THQ Nordic.
September 18 "The Jellyfish Kid," "Sugar Squeeze," and "Tag, You're It" premiered in South Korea, thus marking the start of the premiere of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in that country.
"What About Meep?," "Hard Time Out," "Pat's A Li'l Sinker," "Camp SpongeBob," "Squisery," "Game Night," "Gimme a News Break," "Wise Kraken," "Squatch Swap," "The Ho! Ho! Horror!," "Outhouse Outrage," and "Are You Afraid of the Dork?" were released on Paramount+ in Latin America and Brazil.
September 20 "Best Day Ever" and "The Gift of Gum" premiered in Kenya.
September 21 "Broken Alarm" and "Karen's Baby" premiered in France.
September 24 "In Search of Camp Noodist" and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered on Nickelodeon.
September 25 "Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Latin America and South Korea.
September 26 "Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm: Puppet Edition!" premiered online.
"Plankton's Intern" and "Patrick's Tantrum" premiered in Poland.
October 1 "The Treasure of Kamp Koral" premiered on Nickelodeon.
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie was released in Mainland China.
October 2 "In Search of Camp Noodist" and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Latin America and South Korea.
"The Jellyfish Kid," "Sugar Squeeze," and "Tag, You're It" premiered in France, marking the premiere of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in that country.
October 3 "The Jellyfish Kid" premiered in Canada, thus marking the premiere of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in that country.
"Late for Breakfast" and "Bummer Jobs" premiered in Canada, thus marking the premiere of The Patrick Star Show in that country.
"Bubble Bass's Tab" and "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Poland.
October 5 Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl was released.
October 8 "Camper Gary" premiered on Nickelodeon.
October 9 "Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in Germany.
"The Treasure of Kamp Koral" and "Camper Gary" premiered in Latin America and South Korea.
"Quest for Tire," "Cabin of Curiosities," "In Search of Camp Noodist," and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered in France.
October 10 "Sugar Squeeze" and "Tag, You're It" premiered in Canada.
"Lost in Couch" and "Pat-a-thon" premiered in Canada.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" and "Dream Hoppers" premiered in Poland on Nickelodeon.
October 11 "Enemies à la Mode" premiered in the UK and Ireland, thus marking the premiere of The Patrick Star Show in that country.
October 15 "Pumpkin Carving" and "Ghost" premiered.
October 16 "Midnight Snack Attack" and "Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in France, Latin America, and South Korea.
"The Treasure of Kamp Koral" and "Camper Gary" premiered in France.
October 17 "Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Canada.
"Stair Wars" and "Enemies à la Mode" premiered in Canada.
"A Place for Pets" and "Lockdown for Love" premiered in Poland.
October 22 "Terror at 20,000 Leagues" premiered.
"Arrgh!: Puppet Edition!" premiered.
October 23 "Patrick's Tantrum" premiered in Germany.
"What About Meep?" and "Hard Time Out" premiered in South Korea.
October 24 "In Search of Camp Noodist" and "Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Canada.
"Squidina's Little Helper" and "I Smell a Pat" premiered in Canada.
"Under the Small Top" and "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in Poland.
October 25 "Late for Breakfast" and "Bummer Jobs" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
October 26 "Stair Wars" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
October 27 "Lost in Couch" and "Pat-a-thon" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
October 28 "Squidina's Little Helper" and "I Smell a Pat" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
October 29 Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl was released in the UK.
"Gas Station Vacation" premiered in the US, UK, and Ireland.
"Bunny the Barbarian" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
October 30 "Terror at 20,000 Leagues" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Pat's A Li'l Sinker" and "Camp SpongeBob" premiered in South Korea.
October 31 "The Treasure of Kamp Koral" and "Camper Gary" premiered in Canada.
"Terror at 20,000 Leagues" premiered in Canada.
"The Haunting of Star House" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"The Ghost of Plankton" premiered in Germany.
November 1 "Who's a Big Boy?" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
November 5 "Bunny the Barbarian" premiered.
November 6 "A Place for Pets" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Squisery" and "Game Night" premiered in South Korea.
November 7 "Gas Station Vacation" and "Bunny the Barbarian" premiered in Canada.
"Lockdown for Love" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"My Two Krabses" premiered in Saudi Arabia.
November 8 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was released on Blu-ray and DVD in the UK.
"Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in Iberia, Austria, Switzerland, Wallonia, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in Iberia, Saudi Arabia, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"My Two Krabses" premiered in South Africa.
"Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey, thus marking the premiere of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in these countries.
November 9 "Lighthouse Louie" premiered in Scandinavia and Wallonia.
"My Two Krabses" premiered in Scandinavia.
"Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in South Africa and Southeast Asia.
"Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in Saudi Arabia.
"In Search of Camp Noodist" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey.
November 10 "Plankton's Intern" premiered in Scandinavia, Iberia, Wallonia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in South Africa and Southeast Asia.
"Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey.
November 11 The first time that no SpongeBob SquarePants-related material aired on the main Nickelodeon channel in a single day since January 22, 2021.[1]
"Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in Scandinavia, Iberia, Austria, Switzerland, Wallonia, Turkey, the Middle East, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Plankton's Intern" premiered in South Africa.
"Tag, You're It" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey.
November 12 "The Patrick Star Fan Favorites Special" premiered.
"Kooky Cooks" premiered in Scandinavia, Iberia, Austria, Switzerland, Wallonia, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in South Africa and Southeast Asia.
"Sugar Squeeze" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey.
November 13 "Late for Breakfast" and "Bummer Jobs" premiered in Latin America, thus marking the premiere of The Patrick Star Show in the countries in this region.
"Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"My Fair Nobby" and "Gimme a News Break" premiered in South Korea.
November 14 "Under the Small Top" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Kooky Cooks" premiered in Saudi Arabia.
"The Patrick Star Fan Favorites Special" premiered in Canada.
November 15 "Dream Hoppers" premiered in Scandinavia, Iberia, Saudi Arabia, Wallonia, and Turkey.
"Kooky Cooks" premiered in South Africa.
"The Jellyfish Kid" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey, marking the premiere of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in the former two countries.
November 16 "A Place for Pets" premiered in Saudi Arabia.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" premiered in Scandinavia, Iberia, Wallonia, and Turkey.
"Dream Hoppers" premiered in South Africa.
"What About Meep?" and "Hard Time Out" premiered in Russia.
"Camper Gary" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey.
"Sugar Squeeze" and "Tag, You're It" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
November 17 "Lockdown for Love" premiered in Scandinavia, Iberia, Wallonia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"A Place for Pets" premiered in Turkey and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in South Africa.
"Pat's A Li'l Sinker" and "Camp SpongeBob" premiered in Russia.
"The Treasure of Kamp Koral" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey.
"Quest for Tire" and "Cabin of Curiosities" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
November 18 "A Place for Pets" premiered in Scandinavia, Iberia, Wallonia, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Lockdown for Love" premiered in South Africa.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" premiered in Saudi Arabia.
"The Goofy Newbie" premiered in France.
"Squisery" and "Game Night" premiered in Russia.
"Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey.
"In Search of Camp Noodist" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
November 19 "Something Narwhal This Way Comes" and "C.H.U.M.S" premiered.
"Midnight Snack Attack" and "Hot Pearl-tato" premiered on Nickelodeon.
"The Yard Sale" premiered.
"Under the Small Top" premiered in Scandinavia, Iberia, Wallonia, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" premiered in South Africa.
"My Fair Nobby" and "Gimme a News Break" premiered in Russia.
"Midnight Snack Attack" premiered in Central & Eastern Europe, Iberia, Scandinavia, and Turkey.
"Kitchen Sponge" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
November 20 "Stair Wars" and "Enemies à la Mode" premiered in Latin America.
"Wise Kraken" and "Squatch Swap" premiered in South Korea.
November 21 "Something Narwhal This Way Comes" and "C.H.U.M.S" premiered in Canada.
"Midnight Snack Attack" and "Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in Canada.
"The Yard Sale" premiered in Canada.
"Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in the Middle East.
November 22 "Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in Turkey and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Under the Small Top" premiered in Saudi Arabia and South Africa.
"Wise Kraken" and "Squatch Swap" premiered in Russia.
"The Treasure of Kamp Koral" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
November 23 "Pat the Dog" premiered in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Wallonia, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Squidward's Sick Daze" premiered in South Africa.
"The Ho! Ho! Horror!" and "Outhouse Outrage" premiered in Russia.
"What About Meep?" and "Hard Time Out" premiered in Poland.
"Camper Gary" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
November 24 "Something Narwhal This Way Comes" premiered in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Pat the Dog" premiered in South Africa.
"Are You Afraid of the Dork?" premiered in Russia.
"Pat's A Li'l Sinker" and "Camp SpongeBob" premiered in Poland.
"Midnight Snack Attack" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
November 25 "C.H.U.M.S" premiered in Turkey, South Africa, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Something Narwhal This Way Comes" premiered in Saudi Arabia.
"Squisery" and "Game Night" premiered in Poland.
"Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
November 26 "Something Narwhal This Way Comes" premiered in South Africa.
"My Fair Nobby" and "Gimme a News Break" premiered in Poland.
November 27 "Lost in Couch" and "Pat-a-thon" premiered in Latin America.
"The Ho! Ho! Horror!" and "Outhouse Outrage" premiered in South Korea.
November 28 "Goofy Scoopers" and "Pat the Dog" premiered in Canada.
November 29 "Wise Kraken" and "Squatch Swap" premiered in Poland.
"Pineapple RV" premiered in Southeast Asia.
November 30 "The Ho! Ho! Horror!" and "Outhouse Outrage" premiered in Poland.
"Midnight Snack Attack" and "Hot Pearl-tato" premiered in Israel.
"The Ghost of Plankton" officially premiered in Southeast Asia.
December 1 "Are You Afraid of the Dork?" premiered in Poland.
"My Two Krabses" officially premiered in Southeast Asia.
December 2 "Goofy Scoopers" premiered in Turkey and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in Southeast Asia.
December 3 "Just in Time for Christmas" premiered.
"The Ho! Ho! Horror!" premiered on Nickelodeon.
"Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in Southeast Asia.
December 4 "Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"Squidina's Little Helper" and "I Smell a Pat" premiered in Latin America.
"Are You Afraid of the Dork?" premiered in South Korea.
December 5 "Just in Time for Christmas" premiered in Canada.
December 6 "What About Meep?" premiered in Germany.
December 7 "Hard Time Out" premiered in Germany.
December 8 "Pat's A Li'l Sinker" premiered in Germany.
December 9 "Camp SpongeBob" premiered in Germany.
December 10 "SpongeBob's Road to Christmas" premiered.
"Squisery" premiered in Germany.
December 11 "The Ghost of Plankton" premiered in Austria and Switzerland.
"My Two Krabses" officially premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"The Yard Sale" premiered in Latin America.
December 12 "SpongeBob's Road to Christmas" premiered in Canada.
December 13 "Late for Breakfast" and "Bummer Jobs" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, and Italy, thus marking the premiere of The Patrick Star Show in those countries.
"Game Night" premiered in Germany.
December 14 "Stair Wars" and "Enemies à la Mode" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, and Italy.
"My Fair Nobby" premiered in Germany.
December 15 "Goofy Scoopers" accidentally premiered in Iberia, Scandinavia, and Wallonia.
"Lost in Couch" and "Pat-a-thon" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, and Italy.
"Gimme a News Break" premiered in Germany.
December 16 "The Yard Sale" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, and Italy.
"Wise Kraken" premiered in Germany.
December 17 "Squidina's Little Helper" and "I Smell a Pat" premiered in Italy.
"Squatch Swap" premiered in Germany.
"Shell Games" premiered in Iberia and Wallonia.
December 18 "Gas Station Vacation" and "Bunny the Barbarian" premiered in Latin America.
December 20 "Gas Station Vacation" and "Bunny the Barbarian" premiered in Italy.
"Squidina's Little Helper" and "I Smell a Pat" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
"Plankton's Intern" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Mind the Gap" and "Dirty Bubble Returns" premiered in Wallonia.
"The Ho! Ho! Horror!" premiered in Germany.
December 21 "The Haunting of Star House" and "Who's a Big Boy?" premiered in Italy.
"Gas Station Vacation" and "Bunny the Barbarian" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"C.H.U.M.S" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
"Bubble Bass's Tab" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Biddy Sitting" premiered in Wallonia.
"Outhouse Outrage" premiered in Germany.
December 22 "Terror at 20,000 Leagues" premiered in Italy.
"The Haunting of Star House" and "Who's a Big Boy?" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"Something Narwhal This Way Comes" premiered in the Netherlands and Belgium.
"Kooky Cooks" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Are You Afraid of the Dork?" premiered in Germany.
"The Ho! Ho! Horror!" premiered in Latin America and Brazil.
December 23 "Terror at 20,000 Leagues" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Handemonium" and "Breakin'" premiered in Wallonia.
December 24 "Just in Time for Christmas" premiered in Australia and New Zealand.
"Dream Hoppers" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Boss for a Day" premiered in Wallonia and Scandinavia.
"The Goofy Newbie" premiered in Turkey and Central & Eastern Europe.
December 27 "Knock Knock, Who's There?" premiered in Poland on Nickelodeon.
"Who R Zoo?" premiered in Wallonia.
December 29 "The Ghost of Plankton" and "My Two Krabses" premiered in Hong Kong.
December 30 "Bubble Bass's Tab" and "Kooky Cooks" premiered in Hong Kong.
December 31 Betty White passed away.
"Knock Knock, Who's There?" and "Pat Hearts Squid" premiered in Hong Kong.

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