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"Watch Me" is a SpongeBob SquarePants The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie short. In this short, SpongeBob talks about the word "watch".

Characters

Synopsis

In the beginning of the short, SpongeBob arrives late to work. Thereupon, he talks about the word "watch" in accordance with the tie-in. Meanwhile, Plankton tries to steal the Krabby Patty secret formula, though he is stopped by SpongeBob, as the short ends.

Production

The short finished production in late October 2004.[2]

Art

Music

 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) SpongeBob music

  Lap Steel - Nicolas Carr [Opening]
  SpongeBob Watch Me (Burger King) - Nicolas Carr [SpongeBob says to watch everything.]

Trivia

SpongeBob_SquarePants_-_Burger_King_Ad_"Watch_Me"

SpongeBob SquarePants - Burger King Ad "Watch Me"

High quality intial version of the short

  • This short has a brown tint.
  • This short was made to advertise SpongeBob SquarePants watches that were available with a Burger King Kids Meal at the time the first movie was released.
    • The five available watches advertised had the characters SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, or Plankton.
  • This short marks the first usage of "Lap Steel."
  • The short's name comes from SpongeBob saying, "Watch me!," while holding his eyeballs.[3]
  • Mr. Krabs noticeably sounds different between the initial and final versions. In the initial version it's clear that Clancy Brown is voicing him, while in the final version, it seems that a soundalike is voicing Mr. Krabs.
    • There's also difference between the recordings of Patrick's line "SpongeBob, watch out!", in the initial and final versions. Though unlike Mr. Krabs, Bill Fagerbakke's voice is used for both times.[2]
  • As SpongeBob enters the Krusty Krab, he is whistling the tune to the SpongeBob SquarePants theme song.

References

  1. ^ Cohen, Sherm. Storyboarding Process - How Clean is "Clean?". Storyboard Secrets. Archived from the original on 2011-12-10. Retrieved on 2019-07-157.
  2. ^ a b Initial version of the short
  3. ^ Vimeo upload by crew member David Marshall


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