Fake Science Monthly

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===Issues Shown===
 
===Issues Shown===
In the episode, only 2 of the many issues are shown. The first issues shows the following article on the front cover: "[[Sea Bear]]s and Fairy-Tales are Real". The second issue shows another article, entitled: "How to Stop a [[Sea Bear]]". It is quite obvious that the magazine has misinformation, but the [[Anti-Sea Bear Circle]] is true, as it really does protect one from a [[Sea Bear]].
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In the episode, only two of the many issues are shown. The first issues shows the following article on the front cover: "[[Sea Bear]]s and Fairy-Tales are Real". The second issue shows another article, entitled: "How to Stop a [[Sea Bear]]". It is quite obvious that the magazine has misinformation, but the [[Anti-Sea Bear Circle]] is true, as it really does protect one from a [[Sea Bear]].
  
 
===Related Pages===
 
===Related Pages===

Revision as of 13:33, 4 April 2018

Fake Science Monthly is a magazine that SpongeBob and Patrick are subscribed to and believe everything said in it. It's only seen in The Camping Episode. It is best described as a tabloid (although some material in it is true), similar to the National Enquirer or other gossip papers.

Issues Shown

In the episode, only two of the many issues are shown. The first issues shows the following article on the front cover: "Sea Bears and Fairy-Tales are Real". The second issue shows another article, entitled: "How to Stop a Sea Bear". It is quite obvious that the magazine has misinformation, but the Anti-Sea Bear Circle is true, as it really does protect one from a Sea Bear.

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