Okay, here is the short, but important, list of episodes that are needed to be known that directly lead up to my "Spongebob and Stanley" spin-off. -20. "Help Wanted/Reef Blowers/Tea at the Treedome" -19. "Jellyfishing/Plankton!" -18. "Bubble Stand/Ripped Pants" -17. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy/Pickles" -16. "Culture Shock/F.U.N." -15. "Nature Pants/Opposite Day" -14. "Something Smells/Bossy Boots" -13. "Hooky/ Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II" -12. "Spongebob Meets the Stangler/Pranks a Lot" -11. "Fear of a Krabby Patty/ Shell of a Man" -10. "Patrick Smartpants/Karate Island" -9. "Knights of the Square Table" (The Midevil episode.) -8. "Born to Be Mild/Best Frenemies" -7. "Roller Cowards/Bucket, Sweet Bucket." -6. "Krabs Ala Mode/20,000 Patties Under the Sea" -5. "Not Normal/The Two Faces of Squidward" -4. "Pest of the West" -3. "To Save a Squirrel/Stanley S. Squarepants" -2. "Larry Poppins" -1. "The Sea Jungle Book"
And now, for the first official episode of "Spongebob and Stanley!" "You've Got To Carry That Weight" (30 minute episode.) Stanley's earning a living, he's no longer a jinx, plus, he knows how to be himself more than ever. But sadly, tragedy suddenly strikes. Stanley's caregiver, Spongebob's Uncle Sherm, dies from a combination of cancer and diabetes. Stanley suddenly feels lost. Uncle Sherm always took care of Stanley, now Stanley has nothing. But Spongebob is there for Stanley, and tell him that no matter what happens, Spongebob is going to help Stanley get through this ordeal! The first thing Stanley has to learn is how to take care of himself. He has to learn how to make his own bed, how to clean his own pineapple house, how to cook and feed himself, and most importantly, how to schedule his life. It won't be an easy task, but Spongebob is determined that Stanley can still manage to have a happy life! Episode Notes: The episode title is a reference to The Beatles song "You've Got To Carry That Weight." Additionally, ex-Beatles Paul McCartney's voice is featured in this episode through the played song of "Live and Let Die." Don't worry, the rest of my episode ideas will mostly be happier than this! Enough said!