A Day Without Tears (Episode)

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A Day Without Tears

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Episode No.: 136a
Season: 7
Airdate: 22 March 2010
Previous Episode: The Bad Guy Club for Villains
Next Episode: Summer Job
Characters Voice actors
SpongeBob SquarePants Tom Kenny

"A Day Without Tears" is an episode from Season 7.






SpongeBob cries too much for a whole day, even in a sad song, and Squidward makes a bet with him. The bet is that he does not cry for a whole day, until midnight. SpongeBob accepts the bet. Throughout the bet, Squidward wants SpongeBob to cry so he can lose, but he doesn't cry for a whole day. When the midnight arrives, his tears can't hold back anymore and he cries too much in various places: the Bikini Bottom, Mr. Krabs' office and Patrick's house. At the end, Squidward has to spend the night at SpongeBob's house.


  • This is the second appearance of the Bikini Bottom Choir; the first was in Choir Boys.
  • Somehow, the boat that the choir singers are on moves by itself.
  • 7 times of showing the Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy show isn't even that big of a deal anyway, so why would SpongeBob almost begin to cry over that?
  • In the beginning of the episode, SpongeBob slept in his underwear, but if you look closely, you'll see him wearing a pajama hat.
  • When SpongeBob eats his cereal, he listens to a song called "Sad Song" by Lionel Fishy, a parody of Lionel Richie.
  • The song Squidward played on his clarinet was called 'Hearts and Flowers', which sounds like a happy song in reality, but was really sad.
  • This episode is similar to Funny Pants.
  • When the dad and the son are playing catch, the background house is SpongeBob's Grandma's house.
  • How can you cry this much in a day?
  • Why would someone interveiw someone who didn't get what he wanted for his birthday?
  • Lionel Fishy is a reference to Lionel Richie.


Transcript for A Day Without Tears

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