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18.4.14

Spongebob, Your're Fired! #review

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Just in time for summer vacation, Nickelodeon has announced the release of a new Spongebob DVD - Spongebob, You're Fired!   This DVD looks to be full of more antics from that big yellow Sponge!  You can also give your little one a little money in their Easter Baskets to let them go and get this once it is released!  (The release date is April 29th)  


SpongeBob, You’re Fired! Episode Synopses:
 
SpongeBob, You’re Fired
In order to save money, Mr. Krabs fires SpongeBob. Unable to just “do nothing,” SpongeBob decides to go back to work doing anything, anywhere.
 
Neptune's Spatula   
On a visit to the Fry Cook Hall of Fame, SpongeBob inadvertently pulls a mythical spatula from a vat of ancient grease, thus giving him claim to the title of "World’s Greatest Fry Cook". When the act summons the great King of the Sea, Neptune, however, SpongeBob must face the disbelieving god in the Ultimate Cook-Off Challenge.
 
Welcome To The Chum Bucket          
Mr. Krabs loses SpongeBob's fry cook contract in a bet with Plankton and SpongeBob is forced to go work at the Chum Bucket. While there, SpongeBob is so homesick that he can't even fry up a single patty. At a loss, Plankton tries to comfort SpongeBob by showering him with gifts and attention, so much so that SpongeBob soon acts like a spoiled teenager. Plankton can't take it and ends up begging Mr. Krabs to take SpongeBob back. Mr. Krabs agrees to take him back, but he warns Plankton that it will cost him.
 
The Original Fry Cook
Mr. Krabs’ old fry cook pays a special visit to the Krusty Krab. SpongeBob is in awe of his predecessor, who has since become a world-renowned chef following his departure from Krabs' restaurant. When SpongeBob tries to impress the impressive chef, he instead finds his fry cook skills are in question. Taking the chefs critique to heart, SpongeBob decides to quit - his beloved Krusty Krab deserves someone better. Without his employee of the month, Krabs is stuck with an overpriced chef that will charge him an arm and a leg to flip one burger. He must find SpongeBob and convince him to return to work - or lose a fortune on his original cook.
 
Le Big Switch
After being enrolled in a chef exchange program, SpongeBob switches places with a snooty French chef from a high-end restaurant.         
 
Model Sponge
SpongeBob tries a career at being a model in a kitchen sponge commercial.
 
Employee of the Month
Mr. Krabs uses the award to drive SpongeBob, but he dupes SpongeBob into believing he might break his ongoing winning streak and lose this month to Squidward. Squidward could care less but goes along with the ruse for fun. But when a fearful SpongeBob works so hard he humiliates Squidward at work, the battle for the award begins.
 
Bossy Boots
When Mr. Krabs gives his daughter, Pearl, a job at the Krusty Krab, she starts to make some big changes in the menu and atmosphere. SpongeBob is threatened and doesn't like the new "management" but after a bit he gets used to it. It turns out that Mr. Krabs who hates all the changes, but he doesn't have the heart to fire his own daughter. Mr. Krabs commands SpongeBob to fire Pearl for him, but SpongeBob really doesn't want to. Mr. Krabs gives him an ultimatum, fire Pearl or he's fired from the greatest job he's ever had.
 
Krusty Dogs
Mr. Krabs decides to start selling hot dogs instead of Krabby Patties.
 
License to Milkshake
SpongeBob learns his milkshake license has expired, and is forced to go back to the milkshake academy.
 
Help Wanted
Encouraged by his best friend, Patrick Starfish, SpongeBob overcomes his fears and finally applies for that dream job as a fry cook at the Krusty Krab. Challenged by the owner, Mr. Krabs, and his assistant, Squidward, to prove himself worthy of the job, SpongeBob rises to the occasion, with the help of one very special spatula, by feeding a sea of ravenous anchovies.
 
Wet Painters
SpongeBob and Patrick are wreaking havoc on the Krusty Krab, so Mr. Krabs decides to give them a little busy work. He tells them to paint his living room and gives them permanent paint. Very permanent. So permanent that he threatens to hang their butts over his mantle if they get it on anything. They manage to paint the entire room, covered in knick-knacks, without a drop anywhere…until they see a tiny, microscopic speck on Mr. Krabs' framed and prized first dollar! Their efforts to remove the paint only wreck precious dollar all the more. When Mr. Krabs comes home and finds it, he laughs; telling them the paint comes off with saliva. He licks the dollar and it's good as new. He laughs so hard at their fear of his wrath that he spits all over the room, and the paint drips off of all the walls.
 
Krusty Krab Training Video
The excitement! You are now a member of the official Krusty Krab crew! In this informative episode, you will learn all of the attributes necessary to become an excellent employee in the fast-paced world of fast food restaurants. Everything from personal hygiene to Krabby Patty construction is covered in this mandatory Krusty crew video.
 
Pizza Delivery        
Mr. Krabs has SpongeBob and Squidward go above and beyond the call of duty to make the first successful Krabby Patty pizza delivery. When the two become stranded in the desert, SpongeBob has to prevent the starving Squidward from eating the pizza before they deliver it.    

2 comments:

  1. My son likes this show on TV. In fact, all four of my kids will watch it if it's on TV, even the ones who are 14, 21, and 26. :)

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  2. My kids like to watch Sponge Bob when we're on vacay. We don't have cable at our house, so...they don't get to watch a lot of things.

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