SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob SquarePants (1999)

4 corrected entries in SB-129 / Karate Choppers

(2 votes)

SB-129 / Karate Choppers - S1-E14

Corrected entry: In karate choppers, when Spongebob slices the 'barnacle loaf' the piece flies into the air. As it falls past the mustard bottle, the mustard disappears. It's like the barnacle loaf erases the bottle.

Correction: Not true. Watch carefully and you see it falls over and rolls away.

Low Cow

SB-129 / Karate Choppers - S1-E14

Corrected entry: Squidward goes into the past and shows how to catch claims. When he returns into the present, he asks who invented that game of catching claims. SpongeBob and Patrick answer with the truth, Squidward was the one that invented it. However, how can SpongeBob and Patrick know this, if more than a million years have passed? It's impossible that the SpongeBob and Patrick of the past told everybody that Squidward invented that game and the story survived a million years, making SpongeBob to know that Squidward was the inventor.

Correction: The most likely theory is that the information of what Squidward looked like was passed on over generations. In the scene they don't say Squidward's name but when asked who created the game they say "You are!". That didn't mean Squidward's name was passed on over time but his image would have been and two and two together they linked it to being Squidward.

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SB-129 / Karate Choppers - S1-E14

Corrected entry: Sandy is about to drop a hot sauce drop on Spongebob's tongue but takes the bottle back without it dropping - shouldn't the drop have dropped?

Correction: As a kid's show, it's just something to bring laughs to kids.

SB-129 / Karate Choppers - S1-E14

Corrected entry: When Sandy answers her phone, Spongebob sticks his hand through - you CANNOT send stuff through phones. (Similar also appears in "Jellyfish Jam".)

Correction: It's just to be a joke. It is a kids show.

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