References to SpongeBob in Movies and TV

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These are times SpongeBob SquarePants has been mentioned or seen in other movies and TV shows.


[edit] Cloverfield

[edit] Family Guy

  • While Peter and Meg are in the car, Meg pulls out a TV and puts on SpongeBob. SpongeBob and Patrick are shown singing the campfire song from The Camping Episode.

[edit] Phineas and Ferb

  • While trying to find a way off of a desert island, Phineas finds a sponge and starfish and says, "Look, a sponge and a starfish! There must be something we can do with this. No, that's ridiculous!"
  • Phineas waits for the mailman inside the mailbox like SpongeBob did in Chocolate With Nuts.

[edit] Fairly OddParents

[edit] Alvin and the Chipmunks (Movie)

[edit] Sanjay and Craig

[edit] The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy

  • In one episode, there is a creature that looks like a blue SpongeBob-devil.

[edit] MAD

  • The opening sequence includes a character similar-looking to SpongeBob in the background.
  • In "Avaturd/CSiCarly," the celebrity birthday skit includes Mort Jenkins, identified as Jellyfish #52 on SpongeBob SquarePants.
  • In the "Wall-E-Nator" sketch, SpongeBob is round and complains he ate too many Krabby Patties, and needs to regain his shape. Then Wall-E makes him square like he does to trash.
  • In a "Who Wore It Better?" skit, one of the candidates for who wore a toga better is SpongeBob.
  • In the "Cliffordfield" skit, the Yellow Bird (Big Bird; he is never referred to by his actual name in the sketch) from Sesame Street exclaims, "Don't hurt me! I'm a one-of-a-kind children's character!" A giant Clifford promptly stomps him and turns him into SpongeBob, who groans, "Okay, I see your point."
  • In the "New Gill" sketch, SpongeBob talks about himself to Ariel from The Little Mermaid, who is looking for a date.

[edit] Robot Chicken

  • There is a skit of SpongeBob exposing all of Mr. Krabs' recipes; Mr. Krabs feeds Fish to Fish, including Kalamari Fries (Squid), chicken of the Sea (Tuna), etc.
  • In the "Where Do They Get the Energy?" skit, SpongeBob and Patrick are seen dancing and laughing. They then run out of energy and snort cocaine. Then they are shown dancing and laughing again.

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