Water is a chemical substance that is the main constituent of the Pacific Ocean. It can also be treated as a beverage if purified for consumption. It appears in every episode of the series, but first appears in "Reef Blower" in individuality and "Tea at the Treedome" as a drink.
- 1 Description
- 2 Role in series
- 2.1 "Help Wanted"
- 2.2 "Reef Blower"
- 2.3 "Tea at the Treedome"
- 2.4 "Home Sweet Pineapple"
- 2.5 "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy"
- 2.6 "Pickles"
- 2.7 "Culture Shock"
- 2.8 "I Was a Teenage Gary"
- 2.9 "Hooky"
- 2.10 "Christmas Who?"
- 2.11 "Pressure"
- 2.12 "Gary Takes a Bath"
- 2.13 "Frankendoodle"
- 2.14 "Procrastination"
- 2.15 "SpongeGuard on Duty"
- 2.16 "My Pretty Seahorse"
- 2.17 "Doing Time"
- 2.18 "Idiot Box"
- 2.19 "Can You Spare a Dime?"
- 2.20 "Skill Crane"
- 2.21 "Dunces and Dragons"
- 2.22 "Night Light"
- 2.23 "Ditchin'"
- 2.24 "SpongeGod"
- 2.25 "Plankton Pays"
- 2.26 "Whelk Attack"
- 2.27 "Kenny the Cat"
- 2.28 "Larry's Gym"
- 2.29 "Don't Wake Patrick"
- 2.30 "Old Man Patrick"
- 2.31 "Ink Lemonade"
- 2.32 "Goons on the Moon"
- 2.33 "My Two Krabses"
- 3 Trivia
Water is a transparent, occasionally blue fluid liquid. It is the main constituent of Earth's hydrosphere and the fluids of all known living organisms. It is vital for all known forms of life, even though it provides no calories or organic nutrients. Its chemical formula is H2O, meaning that each of its molecules contains one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms, connected by covalent bonds.
Role in series
Water appears in every episode of the series and especially plays a vital role in helping the residents of Bikini Bottom and the Pacific Ocean in general stay alive, as they would dehydrate if the ocean's water was removed in favor of pure oxygen.
There exist water helmets to assist sea creatures in breathing while in Sandy's treedome, an air-polluted dome residence in Bikini Bottom in which Sandy Cheeks lives. Sandy herself regularly wears a helmet and astronaut suit when outside in order to survive since she is a mammal.
Water is the main component of the Pacific Ocean which is introduced in this episode.
"Tea at the Treedome"
SpongeBob enters Sandy's treedome and immediately dehydrates due to the lack of water in the environment. He tries to absorb all the water in Birdy's bath fountain only to be pushed away by him. Sandy then puts the flowers SpongeBob bought her in a vase of ice-cold water while she prepares the tea and cookies. SpongeBob eyes the vase and continuously tries to convince himself that he doesn't need the water, taking Patrick's advice to stick his pinkie finger out as a symbol of strength, but the temptations start to weigh heavily on him before SpongeBob gives up and ultimately drinks all the water out of the vase, declaring himself a quitter. Patrick runs in to restore his strength, only for him too to dehydrate in the treedome.
Once Sandy is finished making the tea and cookies, she reacts frightened upon seeing a shriveled-up sponge and starfish on the ground. To compensate, she creates water helmets for the duo to help them breathe while in her treedome, serving them their tea through the helmets as well.
Squidward, half asleep, brings SpongeBob a glass of water at the latter's request.
SpongeBob absorbs a bucket of water as part of his "Mister Absorbency" act.
Gary is ultimately cured from his state of near-death by drinking from his water bowl.
Mr. Krabs serves free glasses of water to Pearl and her friends at the Krusty Krab. Pearl reluctantly thanks him as she is dissatisfied with her father's cheapness.
Mr. Krabs gives SpongeBob a glass of water for him to drink as a final moment before venturing out on land.
Water serves as a major plot point in this episode as SpongeBob tries to get Gary to take a bath. After many failed attempts, he eventually brings the bath to him by absorbing all the water in the bathtub and shooting it all over the house. Gary manages to miss each attempt.
SpongeBob spots DoodleBob at the corner of his bed during the night and suspects he's drawing himself a glass of water.
SpongeBob goes to the kitchen to get a glass of water after choking on his eraser shavings and later cites drinking water among the 100 things not to do at a stoplight in his essay, referencing the incident earlier in the episode.
SpongeBob absorbs the entire pool of Goo Lagoon.
SpongeBob is shown watering flowers and then his eyes to stay concentrated on one of them in particular momentarily eaten by Mystery.
Mrs. Puff declares her love for being in jail based on the fact that she'll no longer have to deal with uranium, drinking a glass of crystal clear water in the process. She was originally going to state being away from SpongeBob as the reason, though she elongated the use of "you" and had to quickly think of a word with a similarly starting pronunciation to hide the truth.
Patrick uses two glasses of water as binoculars.
Squidward demands a glass of water to SpongeBob's annoyance towards the former's many persistent requests.
Squidward tries to pick up a glass of water on his nightstand but drops it as it breaks, trying to imitate the process of the skill crane.
SpongeBob asks for a glass of water and Planktonamor asks for a clarification of sparkling or regular before tossing the waters away in betrayal.
Squidward uses the glass of water on his nightstand to put out his burning eyes from the overexposure of SpongeBob's night lights.
Patrick consumes all the glasses of bubbly water in SpongeBob's refrigerator for brain fuel to concoct his plan for SpongeBob to attend the Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy meet and greet with school in the way. He becomes morbidly obese increasingly with each bottle consumed.
Phorkys is shown eating a Krabby Patty and drinking a glass of water.
Serena Williams drinks the glass of water Plankton is trapped in at the end of the short.
Patrick blows raspberries at the sea whelks for 14 seconds only to run out of breath and rehydrate himself with a glass of water before continuing.
Sandy sprays SpongeBob with a water hose to rehydrate him.
Larry advises the gym members and SpongeBob to drink water in order to stay hydrated, but in SpongeBob's case he also develops muscles and a buff body.
SpongeBob goes downstairs to get a glass of water but spits it out upon realizing that his entire house is a mess.
The mother of the water wings girl puts water wings on her daughter to make her fly off as desired.
Patrick is running a lemonade stand but doesn't have any lemons and is just selling plain water. He resorts to using Squidward's ink as a substitute for the lemons.
Mr. Krabs takes a bottle branded "Kelp Water" out of Squidward's work bag.
- The glass of water shown in "Pressure" comedically blends in with the color of the ocean, though other appearances of water glasses tend to have it set apart in a distinguishing blue color.
- It is the title basis of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.
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