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SpongeBob SquarePants
Season 7
Series SpongeBob SquarePants
Country of origin USA and other countries
Network Nickelodeon, YTV
Original run March 16, 2009 – TBA, 2010
No. of episodes 20
Previous season 6
Next season 8-9

The seventh season of SpongeBob SquarePants was announced in March 2008. A total of 20 episodes will air. Season seven premiered on March 16, 2009 with the episode, "Sand Castles in the Sand". Currently, 21 episodes have aired. A third TV movie, "Truth or Square", aired on November 6, 2009.[1][2][3]

Contents

Overview

# Title Airdate
121 "Sand Castles in the Sand" March 16, 2009
"Shell Shocked" June 1, 2009
122 "Chum Bucket Supreme" July 19, 2009
"Single Cell Anniversary" June 3, 2009
123+124 "Truth or Square" November 6, 2009
125 "Pineapple Fever" June 2, 2009
"Chum Caverns" July 18, 2009
126 "Neptune's Party" August 16, 2010
127 "Tentacle-Vision" July 19, 2009
"I ♥ Dancing" July 19, 2009
128 "Growth Spout" July 19, 2009
"Stuck in the Wringer" July 19, 2009
129 "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy" July 19, 2009
"The Inside Job" July 19, 2009
130 "Greasy Buffoons" November 27, 2009
"Model Sponge" November 27, 2009
131 "Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful" January 2, 2010
"A Pal for Gary" January 2, 2010
132 "Yours, Mine and Mine" March 18, 2010
"Kracked Krabs" March 18, 2010
133 "The Curse of Bikini Bottom" October 24, 2009
"Squidward in Clarinetland" March 24, 2010
134 "SpongeBob's Last Stand" April 22, 2010
135 "Back to the Past" February 15, 2010
"The Bad Guy Club for Villains" February 15, 2010
136 "A Day Without Tears" March 22, 2010
"Summer Job" March 23, 2010
137 "One Coarse Meal" March 25, 2010
"Gary in Love" February 6, 2010
138 "The Play's the Thing" March 26, 2010
"Rodeo Daze" February 6, 2010
139 "Digit Pants" TBA, 2010
"Presidential Puzzle TBA, 2010
140 "Summer Break" TBA, 2010
"Stand Up" TBA, 2010

Episodes

Sand Castles in the Sand / Shell Shocked

"Sand Castles in the Sand / Shell Shocked[4]"
Episode №: 121
Airdate: March 16, 2009 (Sand Castles in the Sand)
June 1, 2009 (Shell Shocked)
Guest(s): Dee Snider as Angry Jack
Writer(s): Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Dani Michaeli
Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Richard Pursel

Sand Castles in the Sand: SpongeBob and Patrick go to the beach and use their sand creations to battle each other.
Shell Shocked: After breaking Gary's shell, SpongeBob tries to find a new shell for Gary.

Chum Bucket Supreme / Single Cell Anniversary

"Chum Bucket Supreme / Single Cell Anniversary"
Episode №: 122
Airdate: July 19, 2009 (Chum Bucket Supreme)
June 3, 2009 (Single Cell Anniversary)
Writer(s): Sean Charmatz
Dani Michaeli
Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Richard Pursel

Chum Bucket Supreme: None of Plankton’s intellectually advanced advertising slogans such as "chum is metabolic fuel" for the Chum Bucket seem to be working. Plankton decides to switch gears by hiring someone who can create the dumbest slogans ever such as what he thinks is "chum is fun" (even though it says "chum is fum") or "fum is chum" – Patrick. Despite the terrible food, people keep coming because of the slogan, and Mr. Krabs loses his customers. However, when Patrick decides to quit, Plankton viciously insults both him and the customers; unfortunately, he screamed these into an intercom for all of Bikini Bottom to hear, and the citizens beat up Plankton in retaliation.
Single Cell Anniversary: It's Plankton's anniversary with Karen. Karen gets the secret Krabby Patty formula, and says Plankton has to give her a gift to get it. SpongeBob tries to help Plankton (not knowing about the formula) by teaching him to sing.

Truth or Square

"Truth or Square"
Episode №: 123/124
Airdate: November 6, 2009
Guest(s): Pink

The Krusty Krab celebrates its "eleventy-seventh" anniversary, and Mr. Krabs plans to sell lots of Krabby Patties. But SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, and Mr. Krabs accidentally get locked in the freezer before they have a chance to celebrate. While finding their way through air shafts, they look back at some memorable moments in their lives. Meanwhile, Plankton finally finds the perfect opportunity to steal the Krabby Patty secret formula, but he is unsuccessful in this. Some flashbacks shown were: footage of SpongeBob as a baby, the first Krusty Krab commercials, SpongeBob moving into his pineapple, Squidward living without SpongeBob, Mr. Krabs splatting Plankton on the Chum Bucket, when Mr. Krabs told SpongeBob the Krabby Patty Formula (although it was never revealed), and even SpongeBob's marriage with Sandy (which was just a play).

Title Reference: Truth or Dare

Pineapple Fever / Chum Caverns

"Pineapple Fever / Chum Caverns"
Episode №: 125
Airdate: June 2, 2009 (Pineapple Fever)
July 19, 2009 (Chum Caverns)
Writer(s): Aaron Springer
Derek Iversen
Casey Alexander
Richard Pursel
Zeus Cervas

Pineapple Fever: Squidward is stuck indoors with SpongeBob and Patrick during a violent thunderstorm. The three play games to pass the time, with SpongeBob and Patrick having their usual fun, and Squidward being his usual, grumpy self. However, cabin fever sets in, with Squidward battling his neighbors.
Chum Caverns: Plankton finds a cavern hole and relocates the Chum Bucket there, re-naming it "Chum Caverns." Customers come for the scenery, as they still find the food repulsive. Plankton makes money hand over fist, and soon it affects the Krusty Krab's business. When Mr. Krabs goes to find out where his business has gone, yet another battle ensues between the two entrepreneurs, putting everyone at risk. After a falling Krusty Krab descends on everyone and traps them inside, Mr. Krabs replaces Squidward with The Cave Dweller and Plankton as the cash register worker.

Neptune's Party

"Neptune's Party"
Episode №: 126
Airdate: August 16, 2010
Guest(s): Victoria Beckham
Writer(s): Paul Tibbitt

Tentacle Vision / I ♥ Dancing

"Tentacle Vision / I ♥ Dancing"
Episode №: 127
Airdate: July 19, 2009
Writer(s): Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Derek Iversen
Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Mr. Lawrence

Tentacle Vision: After his favorite show is canceled, Squidward gets his own public access TV show, but when SpongeBob and the gang see Squidward on TV, everyone wants to join in the fun – whether Squidward likes it or not. Eventually, the manager kicks Squidward out of the show, much to his dismay.
I ♥ Dancing: When SpongeBob gets invited to audition for a dance performance, Squidward becomes insanely jealous and decides to sabotage his audition. Squidward forces SpongeBob to dance all night to the point of exhaustion, and then auditions in his place and wins. Unfortunately, he is dancing in a production made by Squilliam, and forced to do a dance that SpongeBob had performed earlier.

Growth Spout / Stuck in the Wringer

"Growth Spout / Stuck in the Wringer"
Episode №: 128
Airdate: July 19, 2009
Writer(s): Aaron Springer
Richard Pursel
Zeus Cervas
Sean Charmatz
Derek Iversen

Growth Spout: As Pearl's growth spurt occurs, her hunger grows to be as big as herself. Mr. Krabs, wanting to save money, decides to raid his friends' houses to see if there's any free food he can steal that can satisfy his daughter.
Stuck in the Wringer: SpongeBob gets stuck in his wringer after showering, which only gets worse when Patrick, misunderstanding the situation, uses Forever Glue to permanently trap him in it. SpongeBob tries to go about his usual day, but after causing chaos at the Krusty Krab and getting kicked out by Mr. Krabs, as well as a difficult time at a carnival, SpongeBob loses his temper and screams at Patrick for ruining his life; Patrick runs off crying, and the citizens, disgusted, tell SpongeBob that he deserved what he got, sending him into depression. The next morning, Patrick tries to ignore SpongeBob, but finds it impossible to do so and enters his home to find a depressed and slightly crazed SpongeBob watching TV static. Horrified by this, Patrick cries, and his tears splash on the glue and melt some of it. Realizing this, SpongeBob and Patrick both cry, which melts the glue and allows SpongeBob to slip out of the wringer.

Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy / The Inside Job

"Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy / The Inside Job"
Episode №: 129
Airdate: July 19, 2009
Writer(s): Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Dani Michaeli
Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Mr. Lawrence

Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy: Plankton takes Sandy's pelt and locks her in the shower to get the secret Krabby Patty formula by asking to learn to make a Krabby Patty.
The Inside Job: Plankton realizes that the key to getting the Krabby Patty formula is to get inside Mr. Krabs’ head. But when his computer wife Karen launches him towards Mr. Krabs, Karen and Plankton did'nt know it was just SpongeBob holding a cardboard-Mr. Krabs. When SpongeBob moves the cardboard-Mr. Krabs out of the way, Plankton launches to SpongeBob's head.

Greasy Buffoons / Model Sponge

"Greasy Buffons / Model Sponge"
Episode №: 130
Airdate: November 27, 2009
Writer(s): Aaron Springer
Derek Iversen
Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Mr. Lawrence

Greasy Buffoons: After emptying the Krusty Krab's grease trap, Mr. Krabs illegally dumps it behind the Chum Bucket. After slipping in it the next morning, Plankton discovers that it tastes good and puts it in his food. Discovering this, Mr. Krabs begins to compete with him over greasy foods despite SpongeBob's objections. Their foods become increasingly greasy to the point where Mr. Krabs begins to sell plain grease. When many people get sick from the food, SpongeBob finally puts his foot down and calls the health department, which closes down both Mr. Krabs' and Plankton's restaurants until they clean up all the grease. SpongeBob does so and goes to properly dispose of it, but is hampered by Patrick.
Model Sponge: SpongeBob becomes a TV star after thinking he's fired from the Krusty Krab.

Note: "Greasy Buffoons" was first shown at the Comic-Con 2009 before airing on TV.

Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful / A Pal for Gary

"Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful / A Pal for Gary"
Episode №: 131
Airdate: January 2, 2010
Writer(s): Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Dani Michaeli
Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Richard Pursel

Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful: Squidward has to clean up garbage and do community service because he was caught littering.
A Pal for Gary: SpongeBob gets Gary a play mate, but whenever SpongeBob is not there, the new fish is trying to hurt Gary.

Yours, Mine and Mine / Kracked Krabs

"Yours, Mine and Mine / Kracked Krabs"
Episode №: 132
Airdate: TBA, 2010 (Yours, Mine and Mine)
TBA, 2010 (Kracked Krabs)
Writer(s): Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Steven Banks
Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Mr. Lawrence

Yours, Mine and Mine: SpongeBob tries to steal Patrick's "Patty Pal" and get him into trouble.
Kracked Krabs: Mr. Krabs has been nominated for the "Cheapest Krab Alive" award!

The Curse of Bikini Bottom / Squidward in Clarinetland

"The Curse of Bikini Bottom / Squidward in Clarinetland"
Episode №: 133
Airdate: October 24, 2009 (The Curse of Bikini Bottom)
March 24, 2010 (Squidward in Clarinetland)
Writer(s): Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Mr. Lawrence
Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Dani Michaeli

The Curse of Bikini Bottom: When SpongeBob and Patrick anger The Flying Dutchman with Squidward's lawn mower, he curses SpongeBob and Patrick and turns them into ghosts.
Squidward in Clarinetland: Squidward finds himself in a world of clarinets and chases SpongeBob to get his clarinet back.

SpongeBob's Last Stand

"SpongeBob's Last Stand"
Episode №: 134
Airdate: April 22, 2010
Writer(s): TBA

SpongeBob and Patrick hear that a new highway is going to be built through Jellyfish Fields. Outraged, they protest SpongeBob-style, causing trouble in Bikini Bottom. Note: This episode was released on DVD on March 16, 2010 with six other episodes.

Back to the Past / The Bad Guy Club for Villains

"Back to the Past / The Bad Guy Club for Villains"
Episode №: 135
Airdate: February 15, 2010
Writer(s): Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Dani Michaeli

Back to the Past: SpongeBob and Patrick go back in time to see Mermaidman and Barnacleboy when they were young, but accidentally change history by making Man Ray the ruler of Bikini Bottom. Note: The episode's title is a play on the title of the famous 1985 film, Back to the Future.
The Bad Guy Club for Villains: SpongeBob and Patrick watch Mermaidman and Barnacleboy square off against evildoers.

A Day Without Tears / Summer Job

"A Day Without Tears / Summer Job"
Episode №: 136
Airdate: March 22, 2010 (A Day Without Tears)
March 23, 2010 (Summer Job)
Writer(s): Aaron Springer
Steven Banks
Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Derek Iversen

A Day Without Tears: SpongeBob has to survive one day without crying.
Summer Job: Mrs. Puff wrecks Mr. Krabs's doors. And as punishment, she has to help with SpongeBob in the kitchen.

One Coarse Meal / Gary in Love

"One Coarse Meal / Gary in Love"
Episode №: 137
Airdate: March 25, 2010 (One Coarse Meal)
February 6, 2010 (Gary in Love)
Writer(s): Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Mr. Lawrence
Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Derek Iversen

One Coarse Meal: Mr. Krabs discovers that Plankton is afraid of whales, and uses it to his advantage... using his daughter, Pearl!
Gary in Love: Gary falls in love with a snail named Mary.

The Play's the Thing / Rodeo Daze

"The Play's the Thing / Rodeo Daze"
Episode №: 138
Airdate: March 26, 2010 (The Play's the Thing)
February 6, 2010 (Rodeo Daze)
Writer(s): Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Steven Banks
Luke Brookshier
Nate Cash
Richard Pursel

The Play's the Thing: Squidward gets an invitation to be in a play.
Rodeo Daze: SpongeBob brings his friends to Texas to try and save Sandy from a rodeo.

Digit Pants / Presidential Puzzle

"Digit Pants / TBA"
Episode №: 139
Airdate: TBA, 2010 (Digit Pants)
TBA, 2010 (Presidential Puzzle)

Digit Pants: TBA

Summer Break / Stand Up

""Summer Break / Stand Up""
Episode №: 140
Airdate: TBA, 2010 (Summer Break)
TBA, 2010 (Stand Up)

Summer Break: TBA
Stand Up: TBA

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