SpongeBob SquarePants

Valentine's Day / The Paper

Season 1, Ep 16, Aired 2/14/00
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  • Episode Description
  • Valentine's Day: SpongeBob plans a wonderful Valentine's Day surprise for Patrick, but things don't work out as he'd hoped when the delivery for it is very late. And Patrick is about to lose it when Patrick finds out Spongebob gave out Valentines to all of these people that he barely knew. The Paper: SpongeBob makes a great toy out of a gum wrapper, much to Squidward's grave annoyance.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Clancy Brown (I)

    Mr. Eugene H. Krabs

  • Bill Fagerbakke

    Patrick Star

  • Tom Kenny

    SpongeBob SquarePants/Gary/Mr. SquarePants/Narrator/Various Others

  • Mary Jo Catlett

    Mrs. Puff/Mrs. SquarePants

  • Lori Alan

    Pearl Krabs

  • Fan Reviews (41)
  • Valentine's Day was good and The Paper is perfect.

    By Glacierssuck, Apr 16, 2013

  • Valentine's Day is one of my favorites, The Paper was a huge letdown though.

    By finnysohr, Aug 13, 2013

  • SpongeBob Valentine/love related 1

    By fsaenz0125, Feb 14, 2012

  • This episode was so funny!!!!

    By ipps14, Nov 19, 2011

  • Season 1 ceases to amaze me as we have another batch of perfect episodes.

    By jmbsonic555, Oct 31, 2011

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (20)

    • SpongeBob: Hello! Patrick: (imagines the heart is talking to him) Hello? SpongeBob: Patrick, it's me, SpongeBob. Patrick: SpongeBob, what are you doing in there? SpongeBob: Patrick! Patrick: Oh my gosh! Sponge...SpongeBob is stuck inside this rock! Ahh! Hold on buddy, I'll get you out! (smashes the rock into a pile of dirt) SpongeBob? SpongeBob? SpongeBob: Patrick... Patrick: SpongeBob! (cries and rubs the pile of dirt against the side of his face) SpongeBob...! SpongeBob: Patrick, I'm right behind you!

    • Patrick: You must think I'm pretty dumb, huh? Crowd: Yes! Turn around!

    • SpongeBob: I deserve it Patrick, but, do they? (points at the crowd) Patrick: They didn't give me anything! (Crowd throws valentines) Nope! It's too late!

    • Patrick: (angrily) So as I was saying... Fish: Uhh.. excuse me, do you guys have the time? Patrick: (screaming and throwing fish) AHHH!! Patrick needs love, too!!

    • Squidward: Get out! SpongeBob: But are you... Squidward: GEEEEEEEEEET OOOOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUUT!!! (gets SpongeBob out)

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    Notes (27)

    • "Valentines Day" is number 2 on Tom Kenny's Top 20 on iTunes.

    • "Valentine's Day" ranked #8 and "The Paper" ranked #7 in the fans' top 10 countdown during The Ultimate SpongeBob SpongeBash Weekend.

    • Apparently, SpongeBob likes Squidward's shirt.

    • "Valentine's Day" won under the letter "V" of the Atlantis SquarePantis marathon.

    • Patrick makes a cameo appearance in "The Paper".

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    Trivia (13)

    • When SpongeBob blew a chocolate Valentine to Sandy, Sandy's helmet has an opening that runs the valentine to her. However, when it opens, no water was seen running through it.

    • How could Squidward wheel over his house? Wouldn't it be too heavy? Plus, the wheelbarrow would probably be crushed by the weight of it.

    • SpongeBob can play a song on a piece of paper in "The Paper," however in "Squidward, the Unfriendly Ghost" he couldn't play one at all.

    • On the paper, look carefully at SpongeBob's three little cheek marks after it says Squidward about the fake notes; the cheek marks disappear when Squidward is talking.

    • When a scallop takes a bite out of the chocolate balloon, it is filled with air. But when Patrick takes a bite out of it, it is filled with chocolate, which splatters all over the place.

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    Allusions (2)

    • Talking Kids While SpongeBob is making "Oral-gami" with the piece of paper: Each time he takes it out of his mouth, children voices yell the name of what he made. Making fun of how young children shows have voices for the viewer, similar to Dora, Sesame Street, and many others.

    • Spongebob: Music SpongeBob makes a reference to the tune used as the opening theme to many Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon shorts from 1937 to 1964.

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