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Encyclopedia > Idiot Box (SpongeBob SquarePants)

Idiot Box is an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants from Season 3. SpongeBob SquarePants is a popular American animated television series shown on Nickelodeon, YTV, and Nicktoons Network created by marine biologist and animator, Stephen Hillenburg. ...

Brief summary: SpongeBob and Patrick are playing in their new box, and somehow make their imagination 'real', much to the annoyance of Squidward.

Time/Date: Unknown

Time cards shown: None

Characters Present:

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The episode featured SpongeBob and Patrick playing in a giant TV box, in which they used their imagination out loud. Squidward tried to find out what made the box work, and ended up using it himself, only that the box - with Squidward inside - gets taken to the dump. It has been suggested that Spongebobs Pineapple House be merged into this article or section. ... Patrick Richard Star is a fictional character, voiced by Bill Fagerbakke, in the Nickelodeon TV cartoon series SpongeBob SquarePants. ... Imagination is, in general, the power or process of producing mental images and ideas. ... Squidward Tentacles Squidward Johannsen Tentacles is a fictional character in the animated cartoon television show SpongeBob SquarePants. ... Landfill is a waste disposal site for the deposit of the waste onto or into land (i. ...

Squidward sees Spongebob and Patrick getting a large box from a truck. When the box is opened, it contains a Giant TV. Patrick and Spongebob throw the TV away and keep the box. Squidward goes to them and asks why they threw the TV away. Spongebob the explains by saying "We don't need television, as long as we have, Imagination." Squidward, not wanting any part of this, asks for the TV, and they let him have it. Once he takes the TV back inside his house, he realizes that the remote is missing and he goes back outside for it. He hears them begin to mountain climb (supposedly) and, annoyed by their stupidity, he gives the box a good, hard kick. A sound like an avalanche suddenly erupts from the box, shocking him. Concerned, he taps the box, prompting another avalanche. After hearing about how Spongebob cut his limbs off, Squidward rushes over to the box, opens it, and the noises immediately stop. He questions them about the noises, but they act oblivious and he takes his leave. Suddenly, the sound of a helicopter is heard and Squidward ducks. Realizing that its coming from the box, he angrily opens the box and confronts them again. Spongebob simply tells him that all of it came from imagination. Squidward says he has plenty of imagination, to which Patrick replies, "Good, now all you need is a box". Squidward gets a box, attempts it, and fails. After kicking his box in anger, he hears the sound of police sirens outside. Thinking that his kicking of the box is the cause, he goes outside with his box to apologize. He is quick to realize that the noises are coming from the box Spongebob and Patrick are playing in. Furious, he kicks the box he was holding, which Patrick retrieves, saying, "Whoopee! Another Box!" Squidward then begins watching TV, but all that is on are programs that are about or involve boxes. He then hears a Space shuttle launch. As he tries to think of how they could possibly manage to make such realistic sound effects, it dawns upon him that they are probably using a tape recorder. Angered, he marches outside and demands the tape recorder of Spongebob and Patrick.

Patrick: "Here's a box, Squidward."
Patrick: "Here's a box, Squidward."

Spongebob tells him that they don't have a tape recorder, which Squidward doesn't believe. He decides to join them in the box to see how they are managing to make the sound effects. After being asked where he wants to go, he eventually asks to go to "Robot-Pirate Island". But the only thing he sees is Spongebob and Patrick saying stereotypical phrases of robots and pirates (Arrr, You'll walk the plank for that, beep beep, etc.) Squidward returns to his house and soon hears the sounds of an epic robot-pirate battle. The show cuts to late at night when a pirate victory celebration is heard. Once Spongebob and Patrick abandon the box so they can go to bed, Squidward goes to the box, looking for something that would make the noise. A scan of the box proves that there is no such device in it. Realizing that the box is in fact empty, Squidward wonders if it was their imagination that caused the sound effects, but he immediately dismisses the notion, thinking that it's ridiculous. He mockingly starts pretending to be a racecar driver, but suddenly he begins to hear noises. Really getting into his play now, he imagines himself racing. Though part of it was his imagination, most of it was really a trash truck hauling the box away. It is then dumped into the landfill, and Squidward gets trash all over himself when the box lands in trash. The next day, Spongebob and Patrick realize the box is gone and they go to check on Squidward. Patrick then says, "I hope he isn't too down in the dumps" (Squidward, presumably, is still in the landfill). Image File history File linksMetadata 1_1. ... Image File history File linksMetadata 1_1. ...


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  • Squidward: How are you doing that?
    • Spongebob: First we established a base camp at 15,000 feet.
  • Squidward: I mean the noises! How are you making the noises?
    • Patrick: Well that's easy! All you need is a box!
    • Spongebob: And... Imagination (a rainbow forms)
  • Squidward: I have more imagination in one tentacle than you two have in your entire bodies!
    • Patrick: Great! Now all you need is a box!
SpongeBob SquarePants Episodes
Season One: May 1, 1999 - April 8, 2000
Help Wanted / Reef Blower / Tea at the Treedome | Bubblestand / Ripped Pants | Jellyfishing / Plankton! | Naughty Nautical Neighbors / Boating School | Pizza Delivery / Home Sweet Pineapple | Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy / Pickles | Hall Monitor / Jellyfish Jam | Sandy's Rocket / Squeaky Boots | Nature Pants / Opposite Day | Culture Shock / F.U.N. | MuscleBob BuffPants / Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost | The Chaperone / Employee of the Month | Scaredy Pants / I Was a Teenage Gary | SB-129 / Karate Choppers | Sleepy Time / Suds | Valentine's Day / The Paper | Arrgh! / Rock Bottom | Texas / Walking Small | Fools in April / Neptune's Spatula | Hooky / Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II
Season Two: October 26, 2000 - November 30, 2001
Your Shoe's Untied / Squid's Day Off | Something Smells / Bossy Boots | Big Pink Loser / Bubble Buddy | Dying for Pie / Imitation Krabs | Wormy / Patty Hype | Grandma's Kisses / Squidville | Pre-Hibernation Week / Life of Crime | Christmas Who? | Survival of the Idiots / Dumped | No Free Rides / I'm Your Biggest Fanatic | Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III / Squirrel Jokes | Pressure / The Smoking Peanut | Shanghaied / Gary Takes a Bath | Welcome to the Chum Bucket / Frankendoodle | The Secret Box / Band Geeks | The Graveyard Shift / Krusty Love | Procrastination / I'm With Stupid | Sailor Mouth / Artist Unknown | Jellyfish Hunter / The Fry Cook Games | Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm / Squid on Strike
Season Three: January 21, 2002 - October 11, 2004
The Algae's Always Greener / SpongeGuard On Duty | Club SpongeBob / My Pretty Seahorse | Just One Bite / The Bully | Nasty Patty / Idiot Box | Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV / Doing Time | Snowball Effect / One Krabs Trash | As Seen on TV / Can You Spare a Dime? | No Weenies Allowed / Squilliam Returns | Krab Borg / Rock-a-Bye Bivalve | Wet Painters / Krusty Krab Training Video | SpongeBob's House Party (Party Pooper Pants) | Chocolate With Nuts / Mermaid Man And Barnacle Boy V | New Student Starfish / Clams | SpongeBob B.C. (SpongeBob Goes Prehistoric) | The Great Snail Race / Mid-Life Crustacean | Born Again Krabs / I Had an Accident | Krabby Land / The Camping Episode | Missing Identity / Plankton's Army | The Lost Episode (The Sponge Who Could Fly) | SpongeBob Meets the Strangler / Pranks a Lot
Season Four: May 6, 2005 - Present
Fear of a Krabby Patty / Shell of a Man | The Lost Mattress / Krabs vs. Plankton | Skill Crane / Good Neighbors | Selling Out / Funny Pants | Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy VI - The Motion Picture / Enemy In-Law | Patrick SmartPants / SquidBob TentaclePants | Where's Gary? (Have You Seen This Snail?) | Dunces and Dragons (Lost in Time) | Krusty Towers / Mrs. Puff, You're Fired
Upcoming Episodes
Ghost House / Wishing You Well | Karate Island / Obsession | Chimps Ahoy / Whale of a Birthday | Once Bitten / The New Leaf



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