Hello there! I'm Cmcgrath26, but you can call me Cmc, Tony, Cmcrat, whatever you want as long as it's not offensive. I'm a chat and discussion mod here on ESB, as well as a Discord moderator on Encyclopedia SpongeBobia Discord. You can find me on ESB making blogs, and chatting in both threads and the chatroom. I also make and improve galleries for objects and minor characters. My favorite episode is SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout, but a few runners up are Christmas Who?, Shell Games, and Sailor Mouth. Plus, Pressure is an episode I find pretty underrated.
In 2013 I watched the episode I Had an Accident. Let's just say, I was younger and terrified of the gorilla for some reason. I didn't watch SpongeBob again until my family had it on in 2015, when I saw Graveyard Shift and Missing Identity. I loved both episodes and it got me actually interested in the show. I then watched a lot of premieres, the first new episodes I saw being Patrick! The Game and The Sewers of Bikini Bottom. I then watched pretty much, if not all of the season 9B and 10 premieres after it, as well as some of season 11. In 2016, I decided to join the wiki to occasionally edit pages and go on forums. In early 2018 or so, my family cut our cable, so I didn't really keep up with new SpongeBob episodes. However, I watched seasons 1-4 on Amazon a lot, as well as seasons 5-9, which I owned on DVD. However when I visited a few people in my family who did have cable, I watched a few episodes: Squirrel Jelly, The String, Girls' Night Out, Goons on the Moon, FarmerBob, The Nitwitting, The Ballad of Filthy Muck, and The Krusty Slammer. I didn't really love every one of them, but it gave me a taste of the post-sequel era I hadn't seen in months. When SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout released, I felt excitement for an episode like I hadn't felt in years. I bought the episode on Amazon and loved it. I eventually decided to buy the rest of season 12, and it convinced me to become more active on ESB.
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