The Whole Tooth (Episode)

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The Whole Tooth

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Episode No.: 204b
Season: 9
Airdate: December 3, 2016
Previous Episode: Mutiny on the Krusty
Next Episode: Whirly Brains
Characters Voice actors
SpongeBob SquarePants Tom Kenny
Patrick Star Bill Fagerbakke
Squidward Tentacles Rodger Bumpass
The Whole Tooth Image.jpg

The Whole Tooth is an episode from Season 9.


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SpongeBob and Patrick are having fun chewing on some salt water taffy at the Bikini Bottom Fair. Patrick pulls some sweets in his mouth when suddenly, he begins to feel pain and assumes that it has something to do with his teeth. SpongeBob suggests that Patrick should go to the dentist. Although Patrick doesn't want to because he's afraid of the dentist, he reluctantly goes.

At the dentist office, Dr. Mundane checks Patrick's teeth and finds that he still has a baby tooth. He tells Patrick that to make the pain stop, he needs to extract the tooth so the adult tooth can grow in its place. But Patrick refuses to let his tooth go. As they head home, SpongeBob tells Patrick about Tooth Island, a place where the Tooth Fairy sends baby teeth after being extracted from someone's mouth. Patrick still refuses to leave his baby tooth and claims that he knows what's best for it.

As time goes by, Patrick continues to suffer pain in his mouth and finally decides to get his tooth to the Tooth Fairy. Squidward, who doesn't believe in the Tooth Fairy, rants that there is no such thing. He bets that if SpongeBob and Patrick can prove that if there is a Tooth Fairy, he will eat a bucket of raw chum meat, which disgusts them. SpongeBob suggests to have Patrick's tooth removed, but Patrick doesn't want to and runs away. SpongeBob pursues Patrick in a chase and finally catches him. When SpongeBob shows him photos of how SpongeBob's teeth were handled, Patrick finally decides that it's time to have his tooth removed.

Dr. Mundane successfully extracts the tooth, and at night, Patrick puts his tooth under the pillow so he can go to Tooth Island. While Patrick is sleeping, SpongeBob sneaks in to take Patrick's tooth. However, he gets caught by Squidward, thinking that he proved the Tooth Fairy isn't real. Patrick is disappointed and believes that SpongeBob had betrayed him. But SpongeBob doesn't believe that and takes Patrick and Squidward to the docks. There, he shows them the real Tooth Ferry, which turns out to be a cruise ship. Patrick is overjoyed and says good-bye to his tooth. After the ship has departed, SpongeBob and Patrick punish Squidward for trying to ruin their friendship and force him to eat a bucket of chum meat, which results in him losing his teeth.

[edit] Trivia/Goofs

  • This is the last episode to premiere in 2016.
  • This episode premiered in Israel on November 23, 2016, ten days before the USA.
  • This episode premiered in Russia the same day as the USA (December 3, 2016).
  • There are 40 teeth on the title card.
    • There are four rows of 10 of teeth.
  • This episode was originally titled "The Tooth, The Whole Tooth, and Nothing but the Tooth."
    • In the Russian dub, the episode is titled "Зуб, только зуб и ничего, кроме зуба" which is a translation of the original title.
  • Patrick's baby tooth had a tooth of its own.
  • This episode pokes fun of the tooth fairy not existing as an actual fairy.

[edit] International Airdates

[edit] Before USA

  • November 23, 2016 (Israel)
  • December 3, 2016 (Russia)

[edit] After USA

  • December 8, 2016 (Poland & Norway)
  • December 15, 2016 (Iberia)
  • January 2, 2017 (Greece)
  • February 7, 2017 (Germany)
  • March 21, 2017 (United Kingdom)
  • March 25, 2017 (Latin America)
  • April 8, 2017 (France)
  • May 6, 2017 (Canada)

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