Suds (Episode)

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Suds
Titlecard Suds.jpg

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Episode No.: 15b
Season: 1/1999
Airdate: 17 January 2000
Previous Episode: Sleepy Time
Next Episode: Valentine's Day
Characters Voice actors
SpongeBob SquarePants Tom Kenny
Patrick Star Bill Fagerbakke
Squidward Tentacles Rodger Bumpass
Gary Tom Kenny
Sandy Cheeks Carolyn Lawrence
Mr. Krabs Clancy Brown

This article is about the episode. For the sickness, click here.

Suds is an episode from Season 1.

Contents

[edit] Info

[edit] Characters

[edit] Plot

SpongeBob awakens hungry in the night. While preparing a midnight snack, he leaves the refrigerator open, causing his home to freeze. By morning he has developed the "suds", a sponge sickness similer to a cold or flu-in-u-enza. SpongeBob refuses to admit to his illness, to avoid missing work, but finally relents to take rest. He calls upon Sandy to take him to the doctor, but is first visited by Patrick.

When Patrick convinces SpongeBob that doctors are harbingers of torture and outdated magazines, SpongeBob allows "Doctor" Patrick to practice on him. The inane treatments (such as making foot sandwiches and congesting his ostia with corks). When Sandy arrives she takes SpongeBob to a real doctor, who prescribes the "sponge treatment", which is performed by a live human hand named Hans. This involves being rinsed with soap and used to scrub various objects and people. The treatment cures SpongeBob completely, and he even receives a lollypop. Jealous, Patrick requests the sponge treatment as well, but unlike SpongeBob's treatment he gets an aching treatment for starfishes.

[edit] Associated Production Music

Sugar Plum Fairy 59 - Richard A. Harvey (title card)
Kamakani B - Kapono Beamer (opening)
Merlin's Hill - Jennifer Jones (SpongeBob's dream)
Vibe Link (b) - Richard Myhill (SpongeBob wakes up)
Mystery - A human being (midnight snack)
Footsteps of Horror - W. Merrick Farran (SpongeBob left the fridge open)
Sugar Plum Fairy 59 - Richard A. Harvey (the house is frozen)
Stack of Leis - Kapono Beamer (SpongeBob's sick)
Botany Bay (b) - Robert Alexander White (at the Krusty Krab)
Tales from the Swamp (a) - Ron Goodwin (customers panic)
Hawaiian Link (a) - Richard Myhill (SpongeBob at home)
Hilo March - The Hawaiian Serenaders (SpongeBob calls Sandy)
Footsteps of Horror - W. Merrick Farran (Patrick tells scary story about doctor)
Whisper from the Past - Gregor F. Narholz ("You gotta help me get better, Patrick.")
Me for You - George Callert (plugging SpongeBob's pores)
Leaf Blower - The Blue Hawaiians (treatment montage)
Monks (a) - Dave Hewson (SpongeBob tied to rack)
Gator - Steve Belfer (SpongeBob disguised as Patrick's house)
Grass Skirt Chase - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield ("Hey! He's my patient!")
On Fire - Gregor F. Narholz (SpongeBob rolling toward Krusty Krab)
Hawaiian Link (b) - Richard Myhill (after SpongeBob sneezes)
Good Bye Samba A - Ben Nabor (sponge treatment)
Pepito from Tampico A - Ronald Sekura, Otto Sieben (ending)

[edit] Trivia/Goofs

  • The fridge was left open, freezing SpongeBob's entire pineapple house. However, this would actually heat the house, as the heat removed from the inside of the refrigerator is released out the back, along with the extra heat from the motor.
  • The music we hear throughout the episode is Tchaikovsky's "Dance of The Sugar-Plum Fairy" from "The Nutcracker." The music is also heard in the episode Christmas Who? (Episode) when the wooden squids play their clarinets on Squidward's wooden clarinet.
  • The man taking a shower during the live-action "sponge treatment" scenes is Tom Kenny.
  • As seen in one of the Nickelodeon Magazines, Tom Kenny was actually sick when voicing for this episode.

[edit] Transcript

Transcript for Suds


Season 1 Season 2 →
01a 01b 01c 02a 02b 03a 03b 04a 04b 05a 05b 06a 06b 07a 07b 08a 08b 09a 09b 10a 10b
11a 11b 12a 12b 13a 13b 14a 14b 15a 15b 16a 16b 17a 17b 18a 18b 19a 19b 20a 20b
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