Encyclopedia SpongeBobia
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Encyclopedia SpongeBobia
Object

A Triple Gooberberry Sunrise is an ice cream sundae served at Goofy Goober's Ice Cream Party Boat. It first appears in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. It later appears in the episodes "Patnocchio" and "The Goofy Newbie," and the The Patrick Star Show episode "Enemies à la Mode." It also appears in the online game adaption of the movie.

Description

It is two or three scoops of vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce "hair" and a banana with a cherry on top hat. It has two banana and red cherry arms and three candy buttons for eyes and a nose with a big red licorice smile.

It appears to give its consumers intoxication-like symptoms, as seen by the aftermath of SpongeBob and Patrick's consumption of the ice cream.

Role in series

The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie

SpongeBob and Patrick both order Triple Gooberberry Sunrises and rapidly eat them. They order several more of the sundaes and eat them throughout the entire night until passing out on stage with the Goofy Goober mascot, which causes them to suffer a severe ice-cream headache the following day.

"Patnocchio"

A Triple Gooberberry Sunrise is seen in the background when Patnocchio is at Goofy Goober's Ice Cream Party Boat.

"The Goofy Newbie"

It is once again seen as one of the background objects in the episode.

Role in The Patrick Star Show

"Enemies à la Mode

It is seen in a black and white flashback of the ice cream prohibition.

Role in video games

The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie video game

In the level "I'm Ready...Depression," Patrick is seen with the remains of the ice cream around his mouth and its cup on his head.

SpongeBob and Patrick are shown eating it in the pre-"Follow That Peanut" cutscene.

Trivia

  • It is mentioned in the episode "The Clash of Triton" by SpongeBob; however, he pronounces it as "Gooberry," instead of "Gooberberry." Incidental 40 also asks for one at the ice cream shop in "Porous Pockets." However, he asks for extra nuts, and there are no nuts on the sundae.


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