SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob SquarePants (1999)

3 corrected entries in The Great Snail Race / Mid-Life Crustacean

(4 votes)

The Great Snail Race / Mid-Life Crustacean - S3-E15

Corrected entry: How can there only be the three race contestants (Squidward, Spongebob, and Patrick)? Squidward surely wouldn't have spent his hard earned money just to con the other two into joining a race, so there should be more snails in the race. If Spongebob and Patrick had decided they didn't care about the race, would Squidward's snail have won by default, since there were no other racers?

Danelle Williams

Correction: Rule of thumb on plot holes is they must contradict something. Granted it's strange there are only two other contestants but there is no mistake in it either.

Lummie Premium member

The Great Snail Race / Mid-Life Crustacean - S3-E15

Corrected entry: SpongeBob says, "Squidward's last name is Tentaces?", as if he doesn't know that. But in "Artist Unknown", an episode that took place before this one, Squidward says his last name after he says that SpongeBob has no talent.

Correction: The point of the mispronunciation is the joke in the episode. Everyone seems to get his last name so horribly wrong. If you want to be technical, Spongebob doesn't really refer to Squidward by his last name and we can assume that maybe seeing it written on the certificate he presumed it was something different from Tentacles. A bit like how some names can sound and be pronounced much differently from how they are written.

Lummie Premium member

The Great Snail Race / Mid-Life Crustacean - S3-E15

Corrected entry: How can Gary, a simple snail, be able to turn on a TV, and THAT fast?

Correction: Gary is no simple snail though. He can sing (I was a teenage Gary), he can recite poetry (at that talent show in the Krusty Krab), so if Gary is so simple then he wouldn't be able to turn on the TV in the first place.

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