Fans and newcomers to Spongebob might notice something is off when he appears drier due to CGI animation being utilized in his show.
SpongeBob attempts to avoid living with Squidward again, but Mrs. Puff persuades him it would be in his best interests. She assigns him as hall monitor duty - only for this task to quickly lead to chaos!
What Caused SpongeBob to Dry Up?
SpongeBob, the yellow sponge who lives in a pineapple beneath the sea, is in danger of drying up completely as his inability to absorb any moisture leaves his colors fading quickly. But is there any hope for him at all? Will water find him?
His pink starfish friend Patrick and him are competing in an Olympic food-related games competition when Squidward puts a stop to their dreams of success. Instead, the pair must rely on friendship and love between themselves in order to prevail and achieve victory.
SpongeBob often attempts to be someone he's not; an athletic beach volleyball player or popular socialite for example - only for his attempts to backfire. Over time he comes to understand that being true to himself is much simpler and more rewarding.
Why did SpongeBob and Patrick Dry Up?
Spongebob Squarepants has remained a beloved show for almost two decades. Filled with amusing jokes that will not only entertain adults but also children.
SpongeBob and Patrick often get in to fights, yet always manage to come back together again. SpongeBob lives in a pineapple with Patrick while working at Krusty Krab. Unfortunately for him, he often finds himself getting into trouble due to both brainless starfish friend Patrick as well as arrogant boss Squidward Tentacles from Krusty Krab.
The show features some mildly crude humor. There may also be scenes that may be disturbing to younger viewers; one such scene features SpongeBob and Patrick driving along a road lined with skulls and bones, seemingly unaware of any danger. There may also be kid profanity such as when SpongeBob calls Mr. Krabs a big jerk or when Patrick insults his own father.
What Happened to SpongeBob and Patrick?
Patrick and SpongeBob may have an ongoing rivalry, yet they tend to put aside their differences when it comes to matters of friendship. In the episode "Fry Cook Games," Patrick encourages SpongeBob to compete against him in the fry cook games; after winning accidentally himself he tells SpongeBob that being a fry chef is easy.
In "New Student Starfish", Patrick gets SpongeBob into trouble when he draws a caricature of Mrs. Puff and gets one of his good noodle stars removed for doing it, disrupting Squidward's beauty sleep by knocking Gary's shell over and defacing Roger's birthday cake. Both apologized afterwards for their actions but found themselves back in trouble when they visited the school mailman to request that his light bulb change, infuriating Squidward further.
At New Kelp City, Sandy reminds SpongeBob of how essential he is to Bikini Bottom's cleanliness, emphasizing his best friend Patrick as the key factor. By the end of this episode, both friends realize what unites them rather than divides them and reconnect.
What Happened to Sandy?
SpongeBob SquarePants revealed in its Season 3 premiere that Sandy has left and been replaced with Coleen (played by Kath Hughes). Her first appearance in an episode titled What Ever Happened to Squidward? was where Coleen asked Squidward "Who are you?"
SpongeBob attempts to visit Sandy at her treedome but finds her busy building another robot, which causes her to be upset when he arrives and call him Idiot Boy; thus causing him to flee leaving a note for Mr. Krabs.
Squidward, Patrick and Sandy locate SpongeBob at New Kelp City where its citizens were blowing bubbles for his mayor speech. Squidward apologized on his behalf; SpongeBob explained he got amnesia after being called Idiot Boy and thanked Squidward, Patrick, and Sandy for helping him return to Bikini Bottom.