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Water helmets are equipment created so that water breathers can come into Sandy's treedome or any place with no water. They first appear in "Tea at the Treedome," coinciding with the first appearance of their creator, Sandy Cheeks.

Description

They are transparent, circle-shaped helmets filled with water, worn by sea creatures so they can be in Sandy's treedome. They also come in various shapes and sizes to comply with certain sea creatures.

Normally the water helmets have one opening in the bottom, but in "Tea at the Treedome," "Chimps Ahoy," "Squidtastic Voyage," and "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?," they have two openings, one in the bottom and one at the top.

Role in series

Sandy originally used water helmets for SpongeBob and Patrick when they shriveled up in "Tea at the Treedome." Later, they were used conventionally for any sea creature who came to her treedome.

Wearers

Trivia

  • They are similar to Sandy's air helmet, which allows Sandy to breathe underwater similarly to how water helmets help sea creatures to breathe in her treedome.
  • The water helmets bear a striking resemblance to fish bowls.
  • In The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, Plankton uses a glass of water to go into Sandy's treedome because they do not make water helmets in his small size.
  • Even though Mr. Krabs does not need to wear a water helmet to enter Sandy's treedome in "The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom" since he is a saltwater animal, he is seen wearing one nevertheless while at her treedome in "Overbooked" and "Surf N' Turf."
  • In "Pranks a Lot," when SpongeBob and Patrick are hiding in a sheet in Sandy's treedome, their water helmets are not seen in the said sheet.
  • The water helmets do not appear in Season 3 or Season 10. The treedome does appear once in each respective season, however.
  • In both "It's a SpongeBob Christmas!" and "The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom," whenever SpongeBob and Patrick (in the latter only) enter the treedome, they are able to breathe perfectly fine without dehydrating.
    • This is likely due to them not wanting to have to go through the trouble of making water helmets that would fit right on the clay figures.
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The scene in question

  • In "House Sittin' for Sandy," SpongeBob was able to go much longer without dehydrating in the treedome than usual.
    • During production of the episode, the animators realized halfway through that they actually forgot to put a water helmet on SpongeBob, so rather than redoing the whole episode, they decided to add a scene of him suddenly drying up and Patrick giving him a helmet.

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