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[S4E19] All That Glitters [BEST]



As the episode opens during an intense day at the Krusty Krab, a customer orders a Monster Krabby Patty and SpongeBob tries to make it flip. As a result, his beloved spatula, breaks in half which causes SpongeBob to start crying like crazy. With his favorite kitchen implement out of commission, SpongeBob searches for a temporary replacement. SpongeBob finds "Le Spatula," the latest in a state-of-the-art cooking tool. The sleek and modern Le Spatula dazzles SpongeBob so completely that he will do anything to own one.




[S4E19] All That Glitters


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After selling everything, including his clothing, a nude SpongeBob attains Le Spatula from the man from the store. He shows him off to Mr. Krabs, and, later, before he flips a patty, he refuses and comes to life. He says Krabby Patties are disgusting, and that he will only cook fancy food. He then suddenly grows robotic legs and runs off. Mr. Krabs confronts SpongeBob and encourages him to go get Spat back. SpongeBob runs off to the hospital, where old Spat lays. He suddenly runs out of life as SpongeBob watches, and SpongeBob cries in agony. Then the doctor appears, and, after some conversation, he tells SpongeBob that it is a different spatula, and that Spat is in the infirmary. SpongeBob runs over to Spat, but Spat turns away from SpongeBob, making SpongeBob burst into tears.


Several compilation DVDs that contained episodes from the season were released. The SpongeBob SquarePants: Season 4, Volume 1 and 2 DVDs were released in Region 1 on September 12, 2006, and January 9, 2007, respectively, while the complete set was released in Region 2 on November 3, 2008, and Region 4 on November 7, 2008. The second volume was released in Region 1 before several episodes aired in the United States. On November 13, 2012, The Complete Fourth Season DVD was released in Region 1.


Once the production on the film was completed, Hillenburg wanted to end the series "so the show wouldn't jump the shark", but Nickelodeon wanted to produce more episodes.[6] Hillenburg said "Well, there was concern when we did the movie [in 2004] that the show had peaked. There were concerns among executives at Nickelodeon."[7][8] Hillenburg resigned as the series' showrunner,[9] and appointed Paul Tibbitt, who previously served as a writer, director, and storyboard artist of the show, to overtake the role.[10] Hillenburg considered Tibbitt one of his favorite members of the show's crew,[11] and "totally trusted him".[12] Tibbitt still helmed the showrunner position, until October 2015 when Vincent Waller and Marc Ceccarelli took his position, and also functions as an executive producer.[10][13] Hillenburg no longer wrote or directly ran the show on a day-to-day basis, but reviewed each episode and delivered suggestions. He said, "I figure when I'm pretty old I can still paint. I don't know about running shows."[9][14]


In November 2004, Tom Kenny, Bill Fagerbakke, and the rest of the crew confirmed that they had completed four new episodes for broadcast on Nickelodeon in early 2005,[15][16] and planned to finish about 20 total for the then-fourth season.[15][16] In particular, Kenny said, "Kids were happy watching them for the 3,000th time. It was the parents who've been busting my chops for new episodes."[17] He remarked that it would be "the same show, the same sponge".[17] On May 6, 2005, the season premiered with the episodes "Fear of a Krabby Patty" and "Shell of a Man".[17][18][19] "Fear of a Krabby Patty" was the first episode to be broadcast after the show's intermission.[17][18][19] It was written by C.H. Greenblatt and Paul Tibbitt, while Alan Smart served as animation director.[20]


"Patrick SmartPants": After falling off a cliff, Patrick's intelligence increases significantly. SpongeBob wants Patrick to play with him but he finds SpongeBob childish and declines, and befriends with Squidward and Sandy instead. However, Patrick misses being SpongeBob's friend so he jumps off the cliff again, and he and SpongeBob find out that he landed in a brain coral field. Patrick gets his own head back and becomes his normal, dumb self again.


"Krusty Towers": Due to his high hotel bill, Mr. Krabs believes hotels to be a gold mine and opens Krusty Towers, including a motto that says that guests must never be denied any of their requests (plagiarizing the motto from the other hotel). When Patrick checks in, Mr. Krabs orders Squidward to cater to his every whim, no matter how ridiculous it is. Squidward finally has enough, he quits and returns - as a guest. Squidward's unreasonable demands force Mr. Krabs to regret his motto. When the hotel falls apart and the four end up hospitalized, Mr. Krabs discovers that hospitals are way more overpriced than hotels.


"New Leaf": Plankton says he is giving up on his many attempts to steal the Krabby Patty formula, and has decided to turn the Chum Bucket into a gift shop. He even renames the Chum Bucket to The Chumporium. But Mr. Krabs is smart not to believe him, certain that it is just another one of Plankton's schemes to get the secret formula.


"Bummer Vacation": SpongeBob is forced to take his vacation days at work, but he refuses to accept that. When Patrick is hired as his temporary replacement, SpongeBob goes crazy and tries to get back to his favorite place, only to be kicked out by Mr. Krabs every time.


"The Thing": After Squidward's day is ruined yet again by SpongeBob and Patrick while he is trying to watch public television, he rides his bike into a cement mixer and emerges as a hideous-looking, unusual creature that SpongeBob and Patrick adopt.


"Born to Be Wild": SpongeBob finds a patch from a biker's jacket in Jellyfish Fields of a biker club he encounters and immediately becomes frightened. Believing that the biker club is called "The Wild Ones" and that they are heading to attack Bikini Bottom, he and Patrick attempt to dress as tougher bikers themselves hoping to save the town.


"Best Day Ever": SpongeBob wants to have the best day ever. He keeps a list of pastimes, including working at the Krusty Krab, jellyfishing, karate, and watching Squidward perform. However, several problems that occur prevent him from doing them.


This is a sortable list of all Earth ponies which appear in My Little Pony Friendship is Magic, except foals. Ponies that are mentioned but don't appear on the show or in merchandise are listed separately. Official names are in bold. These names are mentioned on the show, on Hasbro's toy line, or stated to be official by the show's crew. Names that are not in bold are placeholder names which are unofficial and will soon be up for vote. Names in gray are up for vote right now. Colors and times are approximate.


Scarecrow and Mrs. King is a lighthearted television show about every day housewife Amanda King who accidentally gets pulled into the world of American espionage by spy Lee Stetson. Amanda is a recently divorced mother of two living with her mother in Arlington, Virginia. Little does she know that her world will be turned upside down one morning when a strange man--Lee--hands her a plain brown package at the train station and asks her to give it to the man in the red hat. Unfortunately there must have been a convention of some sort going on as Amanda discovers that everyone on that particular train car is wearing a red fez hat. Unsure what to do with the package at that point she takes it home with her. Lee learns that his package was never delivered when his contact turns up dead and Lee has to use his government resources to track down Amanda. We discover that Lee's code name is Scarecrow and that he is a spy working for a government agency known simply as The Agency. Initially Amanda wants nothing to do with Lee or his spy lifestyle. Lee manages to convince her to help him by explaining to her that the mysterious package contains a vital clue into the deaths of several agents. Through a series of unusual circumstances and mishaps Amanda gets involved in Lee's case and ends up saving his life. Due to Amanda's gift of gab combined with her natural peppiness Lee is reluctant to continue working with her. However, his boss Billy disagrees and appreciates Amanda's unique perspective and ideas. Since she is also unemployed and looking for work, it seems like a perfect fit. As the show takes place toward the end of the cold war and just before the Berlin Wall came down the main bad guys are often Russian or Communists looking to undermine the American way of life. Lee and Amanda frequently have to deal with KGB operatives and in a few cases have to work alongside Russian agents to achieve an ends and solve cases. During season two of the four season run, the cast and crew traveled to Europe to film several episodes.


Lee learns that his package was never delivered when his contact turns up dead and Lee has to use his government resources to track down Amanda. We discover that Lee's code name is Scarecrow and that he is a spy working for a government agency known simply as The Agency. Initially Amanda wants nothing to do with Lee or his spy lifestyle. Lee manages to convince her to help him by explaining to her that the mysterious package contains a vital clue into the deaths of several agents. Through a series of unusual circumstances and mishaps Amanda gets involved in Lee's case and ends up saving his life. Due to Amanda's gift of gab combined with her natural peppiness Lee is reluctant to continue working with her. However, his boss Billy disagrees and appreciates Amanda's unique perspective and ideas. Since she is also unemployed and looking for work, it seems like a perfect fit. 041b061a72


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