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SpongeBob SquarePants/Gary/Mr. SquarePants/Narrator/Various Others
SpongeBob and Patrick both have talent for belch-talking.
Real Brain Coral is shaped like brains and not cones.
When Patrick solves the problem Sandy gave him, he puts in new numbers, but in the next scene, it changes back to the original numbers.
When SpongeBob squirts bubble soap in Patrick's eyes, he feels no pain. Yet in "Krabby Land," when SpongeBob puts it in his eyes, he screams in pain.
When Patrick turned away after looking at Plankton through the microscope, Plankton was smaller then he really his. He was so small we could barely see him.
Patrick addresses SpongeBob as Robert.
This is the first time that Patrick uses professional words.
This is the first time that Patrick wore glasses.
When SpongeBob and Patrick were looking in the book at pictures, Patrick's flowers on his pants were blue instead of purple.
SpongeBob pointed to the wrong spot when he showed Patrick where his head fell. The real spot was closer to the cliff, and no rocks were around it.
The specimen that Patrick had been studying under his microscope was Plankton.
SpongeBob: Hey, Patrick, whatcha doing?
Patrick: Just studying this amazing subspecies.
Plankton: I'll show you subspecies!
Sandy: Well, Pat, the new you gets an A+.
Patrick: Why, thank you, Sandra. I find your intellect rather stimulating as well.
Sandy: Oh, really? Well, thanks. Well, Patrick, what do you think about this problem?
Patrick: You simply change the literal term to a coefficient and the menuin will achieve the desired quotient. Even the simplest of mammals can figure it out with a little thought.
Sandy: What do you mean by that, Patrick?
Patrick: I'm merely suggesting you lack the ability to solve remedial equations.
Sandy: Are you suggesting I'm dumb?!
Patrick: I'd use a more sophisticated word like "impaired".
Sandy: I think you'd better leave!
Patrick: I was only trying to help. (starts to leave)
Sandy: I don't need your kind of help, Mr. Know-It-All! I LIKED YOU BETTER WHEN YOU WERE A BARNACLE HEAD!!
SpongeBob: Patrick, you're kidnapping me?
SpongeBob: Oh, yeah!
Patrick: Oh, absolutely!
SpongeBob: What's the difference between a jellyfish and a guitar?
Patrick: You can't strum a jellyfish.
SpongeBob: Hey, Patrick, let's have some fun!
Patrick: You mean run some statistics, or observe phenomenon, or render a hypothesis for said phenomenon.
Sandy: (To Patrick) I liked you better when you were a barnacle head!
Patrick: Danger!!! (smashes through sign) CLIFF!!!
Patrick: Knowledge can never replace friendship, I prefer to be an idiot!
A clip of Patrick burping in this episode was used in the 2009 Kids' Choice Awards.
Plankton makes a cameo appearance in this episode.
Squidward makes a cameo appearance in this episode.
This is the first time in the series that Patrick becomes a genius.
This episode's working title was "Abracamoron."
This is similar to the episode "F.U.N." because the main character didn't understand the concept of fun.
Smart Patrick thinks Sandy is dumb.
Sandy's name is referred to Sandra for the first time.
Smart Patrick is so upset by no longer understanding SpongeBob's concept of fun that he makes a solution that makes his hair grow, just so that he can pull it out in his anger. This is ironically the answer to Squidward's dream to have hair.
This episode can be seen on "The Lost In Time" DVD.
This is the first time Patrick is a genius.
In the UK this episode and SquidBob TentaclePants are paired up together.
The reason for Patrick being so smart is caused by Spongebob mistaking a piece of Brain Coral for Patrick's head after it flew off when Patrick fell of a cliff.
SpongeBob's name is referred to as Robert for the first time ever.
SpongeBob asked Patrick to play Duck, Duck, Hermit Crab. That is a pun on a popular children's game Duck, Duck, Goose.
Music: Rhapsody in Blue
This is music that was originally written by George Gershwin in the 1920s.
Title Pun: SpongeBob SquarePants
Like some episode names, this one is a parody of "SpongeBob SquarePants."
Flowers for Algernon
The episode is similar in plot to Flowers for Algernon in which the protagonist gains intelligence quickly, but then wishes it gone because of the way others see him.
Brain coral is a real marine substance.
Unlike the brain coral that replaced Patrick's head, however, real brain coral has many grooves.
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