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The second season of SpongeBob SquarePants premiered on October 26, 2000, with the episodes "Something Smells" and "Bossy Boots." The season ended on September 6, 2002 with "Graveyard Shift" and "Krusty Love." The DVD for the season was released in Regions 1, 2, and 4 on October 19, 2004 October 23, 2006, and November 30, 2006, respectively. [1] is the 299th day of the year (300th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday. ... is the 249th day of the year (250th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Also see: 2002 (number). ... is the 292nd day of the year (293rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 296th day of the year (297th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 334th day of the year (335th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Episodes

# Airdate Title Overview
21 October 26, 2000 "Something Smells" SpongeBob's has gotten terrible sea onion ice cream breath on a Sunday, yet he cannot understand why he is being avoided. Patrick says it is because SpongeBob is ugly. After everyone avoids SpongeBob, Patrick eats some of SpongeBob's sea onion sundae. People avoid him too, and he's convinced he caught "the ugly" from SpongeBob.
"Bossy Boots" Pearl comes to work at The Krusty Krab and decides to change the name to The Kuddly Krab and make it a teen-oriented restaurant. Mr. Krabs says SpongeBob has to fire Pearl because the new changes are costing him too much money. SpongeBob gets rid of her and she becomes happy about it.
22 November 2, 2000 "Your Shoe's Untied" Patrick purchases shoes, and asks SpongeBob for help tying them. SpongeBob then realizes that he forgets how to tie his shoes. He ends up going crazy because his untied shoes is impacting his daily activities. After panicking that he can't tie a knot, the Flying Dutchman appears. He knows all about tying knots, but the Dutchman doesn't know how to tie shoes, because he doesn't have any. When SpongeBob returned home, he was so frustrated at his inability to tie his shoes, until Gary licked his laces to tie his shoes. When he opened Gary's shell, he sees a vinyl recorder playing "Loop dee Loop", which became the reason why his shoes were tied by Gary.
"Squid's Day Off" When put in charge while Mr. Krabs is absent, Squidward takes the day off. He pretends to run errands, while SpongeBob works cash register and the grill. But while he relaxes, Squidward becomes increasingly worried SpongeBob will mess up, in the end, he realizes that sign was turned to "Closed" the whole time.
23 November 16, 2000 "Big Pink Loser" Patrick pretends to be SpongeBob in order to win a trophy because SpongeBob constantly gets trophies in the mail for things he does. Patrick goes even so far as to dress as SpongeBob and get a short-lived job at the Krusty Krab. SpongeBob can't take it anymore, but is pleasantly surprised when Patrick earns a trophy for doing nothing.
"Bubble Buddy" On Leif Ericson Day, SpongeBob has no one to play with, so he creates a bubble and names it Bubble Buddy. SpongeBob inadvertently wrecks everybody's day with Bubble Buddy and the locals decide to pop him. Just before Bubble Buddy is attacked with sewing needles, he comes alive, says goodbye to SpongeBob and goes away to live his own life.
24 December 28, 2000 "Dying for Pie" Squidward accidentally lets SpongeBob eat an exploding pie. To alleviate his guilt, Squidward resolves to make SpongeBob's few remaining hours enjoyable, even if it makes Squidward miserable. In the end, it is revealed that SpongeBob did not eat the pie and saved it for him and Squidward to share. However, he trips on a rock and the pie lands on Squidward's face, making it explode.
"Imitation Krabs" Plankton builds a robot Mr. Krabs to trick SpongeBob and steal the Krabby Patty secret formula. His plan almost succeeds, if it weren't for a self-destruct coin slot on the front of the robot.
25 February 17, 2001 "Wormy" Sandy is taking a trip and puts SpongeBob and Patrick in charge of her pets. They befriend one of them, a caterpillar, and name it Wormy. When the caterpillar turns into a butterfly overnight, SpongeBob and Patrick thought the new creature ate Wormy and is now after it the rest of Bikini Bottom.
"Patty Hype" While trying to come up with an idea to attract customers to the Krusty Krab, SpongeBob gets an idea to sell colored Krabby Patties called Pretty Patties which Krabs and Squidward laugh at. Once SpongeBob starts his own restaurant to sell them, they become a huge success. Mr. Krabs takes over this sensation and gives SpongeBob his restaurant in return for the Pretty Patties stand, but the next day all the customers come back demanding a refund, due to the conditions of the patty.
26 March 6, 2001 "Grandma's Kisses" SpongeBob loves going to his Grandma's house but feels embarrassed after he gets a kiss mark on his forehead and Squidward makes fun of him. Next time he goes to Grandma's house, he and Patrick try to show her that they are men. However, after Patrick refuses to be a man after getting cookies and kisses from SpongeBob's Grandma and then SpongeBob grows jealous.
"Squidville" After Squidward's house is demolished by SpongeBob and Patrick's reef blowers, he moves to Tentacle Acres, a place for squids to live. However, Squidward gets burnt out by all of the paradise and blasts himself back to his home.
27 May 5, 2001 "Pre-Hibernation Week" In an episode backed by a musical score composed by heavy metal band Pantera, Sandy is a week away from going into hibernation, with a few activities she's yet to undertake before winter. The squirrel invites SpongeBob along. At first, he's excited to share in her pre-hibernation fun, but when he sees that what Sandy calls fun is really incredibly dangerous, he hides from her under Patrick's rock. Soon, Sandy rounds up a large search party to look for SpongeBob.
"Life of Crime" While in the park, SpongeBob and Patrick take a balloon from a vendor, intending to bring it back to him. When it pops, the two panic, and go on the run, thinking they've become fugitives. To make things worse, the two turn against each other, with a bigger surprise in store for them later.
28 December 6, 2000 "Christmas Who?" Sandy tells SpongeBob about Christmas traditions, and he then relays the event to everybody in Bikini Bottom. The town becomes convinced that Santa will come and grant their wishes. SpongeBob and Patrick then go to decorate their end of Bikini Bottom with festive decorations. On Christmas Eve, Bikini Bottom gathers around Squidward's fallen "Coral Tree" and sings Christmas Carols in anticipation of Santa. When Santa fails to come, SpongeBob becomes riddled with sorrow, and Squidward revels in remorse. He makes up for mocking SpongeBob's belief in Santa by giving away everything he owns, posing as Santa. The real Santa appears and Squidward questions his sanity. There are two gags in this episode: one being Patrick's reference to Santa as "like a genie!", the other being Patrick ripping his paper.
29 March 5, 2001 "Survival of the Idiots" SpongeBob and Patrick sneak into Sandy's treedome in the middle of winter and they find themselves freezing to death. They go get fur off Sandy to keep warm but when she wakes up she finds all the fur gone and makes SpongeBob and Patrick have to cover her up.
"Dumped" Gary starts to hang near Patrick and SpongeBob feels left out. SpongeBob keeps trying to get Gary back but he doesn't budge. One day, Patrick and Gary come over to do laundry. Gary takes a cookie out of Patrick's pocket, which was the reason Gary was with Patrick so often. He then goes back to SpongeBob.
30 March 7, 2001 "No Free Rides" Tired of SpongeBob failing his driver's test, Mrs. Puff gives him his license so she doesn't have to deal with him anymore. When SpongeBob's parents buy him a brand-new boatmobile, Mrs. Puff attempts to steal it, since SpongeBob still doesn't really know how to drive.
"I'm Your Biggest Fanatic" SpongeBob and Patrick attend a jellyfish convention. While there, SpongeBob meets the Jellyspotters, a highly-regarded group of jellyfishing experts. The group's arrogant leader, Kevin, invites the sponge to become part of the group, but the challenges they give him are more designed to humiliate than test.
31 November 27, 2000 "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III" Patrick and SpongeBob have to take care of the Mermalair while Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy are on vacation. SpongeBob and Patrick are doing fine until they accidentally set ManRay, one of Mermaid Man's nemeses, free from suspended animation. They try to teach him to be good by training him with a tickle belt that was installed on him in an episode of The Adventures of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. In the end, he manages to convince SpongeBob and Patrick that he has reformed, and they remove the belt, but afterward he immediately goes off to do evil. However, ManRay still feels the effects of the belt whenever he has the urge to do evil, so he surrenders to SpongeBob and Patrick and gives them his mask. A headless ManRay wishes them well and walks off into the horizon.
"Squirrel Jokes" The Krusty Krab begins hosting stand-up comedy nights, with SpongeBob being one of the talent. His routine completely bombs right out of the box, with very bad jokes about aspects of his job as a fry cook. He saves himself by telling jokes about squirrels, which has the whole town cheering for him, but also makes Sandy the target of mistreatment by all Bikini Bottomites.
32 March 8, 2001 "Pressure" Sandy, SpongeBob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, and Squidward start fighting because the sea creatures think that they are better than land creatures, and Sandy thinks the opposite. Sandy tries to get rid of her protective suit to prove she can breathe underwater, but eventually has to breathe again. In return, Sandy makes SpongeBob and the other sea creatures go on land for 1 minute. To her surprise, they survive, but she has to save them from the seagulls that are attacking her friends. They finally concede that sea creatures are good at some things, and land creatures better at others.
"The Smoking Peanut" SpongeBob and Patrick go to the zoo one day to see the giant clam. SpongeBob throws a peanut at it to wake it up but it starts crying and bothering the town. SpongeBob is privately worried that his peanut bothered the clam, and all of his friends are angry at whoever made the clam cry. The police eventually believe Patrick was behind it all, but SpongeBob confesses he was the one who did it. Suddenly, the zookeeper finds out it was actually Mr. Krabs who did it. He stole the clam's pearl, which then reveals itself to be an egg, and the baby hatches.
33 March 7, 2001 "Shanghaied" A "Patchy's Pick" episode, SpongeBob, Squidward and Patrick stumble across the Flying Dutchman's ship. Meanwhile, Squidward insults the ship, making the Flying Dutchman put him in a zipper leading to a scary place. SpongeBob and Patrick become the Dutchman's crewmates, although they do horrible at it. Then, the Dutchman tells them that he will eat them, but the main door is locked, so they attempt to escape through the perfume department, which they hate because they are always sprayed by burts of perfume. Then they escape, steal the Dutchman's "lucky dining sock" and he gives them three wishes. Patrick wastes the first one, saying he wished to know it earlier. SpongeBob wishes Squidward were there, after he was just freed from the scary place. The three fight over who gets the last wish, so SpongeBob wishes the Dutchman was a vegetarian so they wouldn't get eaten, but they are turned into fruits, put in a blender, and the Dutchman chases the blender.
"Gary Takes a Bath" Gary has to take a bath but he refuses to enter the tub. SpongeBob keeps trying and trying to get Gary in the bath but nothing will work. SpongeBob absorbs the bathwater and chases Gary around, trying to wash him, but eventually gets stuck on a tree. SpongeBob falls off and gets dirty himself, and Gary makes him take a bath.
34 January 21, 2002 "Welcome to the Chum Bucket" Mr. Krabs and Plankton play cards. Mr. Krabs is confident, ("I've been taking him to the cleaners every day for fifteen years! I never lose!") so he bets SpongeBob's contract and loses. Mr. Krabs has to give SpongeBob to Plankton. SpongeBob doesn't feel normal at The Chum Bucket so Plankton tries to appeal to him to feel normal and make a Krabby Patty. Eventually, Plankton takes SpongeBob's brain out and puts it into a robot, but even that doesn't work. In frustration, Plankton gives SpongeBob back to Mr. Krabs, and he gets his job back.
"Frankendoodle" SpongeBob finds a pencil that fell down from the surface, and whatever he draws comes to life. SpongeBob draws himself but it turns evil and SpongeBob and Patrick go after it. They catch and erase it, but his arm didn't get erased. DoodleBob comes back at night and redraws himself. They battle, but once DoodleBob steps on a piece of paper, he gets stuck to it. SpongeBob traps DoodleBob in a book, and the drawing becomes part of the paper. SpongeBob returns the pencil to the surface where it came from.
35 September 7, 2001 "The Secret Box" Patrick shows SpongeBob a box and says it is a secret box. SpongeBob tries hard to see what's inside, but Patrick insists that it's secret. SpongeBob shows Patrick all of his silly secrets but he still can't see the box. At night, SpongeBob sneaks into Patrick's house to get the box. Patrick catches him, but eventually tells SpongeBob he can open the box. It turns out to be just a string, and SpongeBob is satisfied. But when SpongeBob leaves, Patrick pulls the string, which reveals an embarrassing picture of SpongeBob.
"Band Geeks" Squidward gets a call from his high school rival Squilliam. Squilliam says he has a band but they can't make a date to play at a human halftime show, so Squidward agrees to substitute for him, and so must "drum up" his own band, and fast. He rounds everybody up from Bikini Bottom by posting handbills: "free refreshments". The band doesn't do very well, but once Squidward departs in despair after rehearsal, SpongeBob convinces everyone to stay and practice some more. Come the big day, at first Squidward believes they'll fail before thousands of fans (the worst part is that the fans are humans) they don't even know, and Squilliam will gloat. But it turns into a stellar rock band and performs a song with high caliber, entertaining all the humans and hospitalizing Squilliam with acute heart attack.
36 September 6, 2002 "Graveyard Shift" Mr. Krabs makes the Krusty Krab open 24 hours a day. On their first all night shift, Squidward tries to scare SpongeBob with tales of the "hash-slinging slasher". And as things begin to go bump in the night, Squidward starts believing his own twisted tale.
"Krusty Love" Mr. Krabs sees Mrs. Puff one day and falls in love with her. He takes her on a date but spends one hundred thousand dollars. He puts SpongeBob in charge of his money but still begs SpongeBob to buy things for Mrs. Puff.
37 November 30, 2001 "Procrastination" SpongeBob has to write an essay with 800 words, but starts to procrastinate. He starts to dream, and thinks everybody in town knows he has the essay to write.
"I'm with Stupid" Patrick's parents come to visit him on Starfish Day. He gets SpongeBob to act dumb so his parents will think he is smart. His parents fall for the trick, but Patrick forgets about the plan and begins insulting SpongeBob. SpongeBob gets angry and tries to convince Patrick's parents that he is smart after all. Patrick's parents don't believe him, and think that Patrick taught SpongeBob how to speak in a matter of minutes. SpongeBob gives up and runs to his house. Patrick then realizes these parents are not his true parents. Two other starfish come to the door who reveal themselves to be his parents, and the fake ones leave.
38 September 21, 2001 "Sailor Mouth" SpongeBob and Patrick discover a word from graffiti on the Krusty Krabs' dumpster and start saying it more often. Then Mr. Krabs finds out and tells them it is a "bad word" and bids them never say it again. The next day, SpongeBob and Patrick are playing a game and after SpongeBob loses he slips up and says that "word". Patrick goes to tell on SpongeBob but he says the "word" too. Mr. Krabs prepares to punish the two when he trips on a stone and in a fit of pain, he says all thirteen "bad words". SpongeBob, Patrick, and Mr. Krabs go to tell Mama Krabs on each other, and they end up having to paint her house in punishment.
"Artist Unknown" Squidward wants to be an art teacher and SpongeBob is his only student. Despite SpongeBob's amazing talent, Squidward keeps telling SpongeBob his art is bad and that his own is better. SpongeBob loses his spirits. Later, an art collector comes and Squidward passes off one of SpongeBob's statues, reminiscent of Jonah, as his own. However, the art breaks and Squidward needs SpongeBob back to recreate it. SpongeBob, unfortunately, can't make it again, causing Squidward to give up and break everything. He inadvertently creates the same sculpture, but walks out of the building. This causes the janitor to be credited for the sculpture.
39 September 28, 2001 "Jellyfish Hunter" SpongeBob gives a customer at the Krusty Krab one of his custom-made jelly patties. The customer loves it, so Mr. Krabs decides to put jelly patties on the menu, and wants SpongeBob to catch all the jellyfish. However, SpongeBob finds out Krabs is running a jellyfish factory, and the jellyfish are getting tortured. SpongeBob doesn't like this so he and the jellyfish get revenge on Mr. Krabs.
"The Fry Cook Games" SpongeBob is going to compete in The Fry Cook Games representing the Krusty Krab, but Plankton enters the contest with Patrick representing him. The two become bitter rivals in all the crazy games, but during the last event, they become friends again when each is revealed to be wearing the other's respectively colored underpants.
40 October 12, 2001 "Squid on Strike" Squidward and SpongeBob go on strike after having to pay Mr. Krabs unfair fees. The strike doesn't work and actually attracts customers to the Krusty Krab. One night, Mr. Krabs and Squidward have a long and hard negotiation, and things looks like they will work out, but the next morning, it is revealed that SpongeBob destroyed the Krusty Krab. Squidward and SpongeBob regain their jobs, and have to work for Mr. Krabs forever to pay off the damages.
"Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm" An Alaskan Bull Worm terrorizes Bikini Bottom, and Sandy goes after it because it ate her tail. SpongeBob keeps trying to stop Sandy from going, but she persists. They find the worm and Sandy successfully ties it in a knot and gets her tail back. SpongeBob reveals that the "worm" is actually the tongue of the real worm, and the worm is huge. Sandy and SpongeBob run away and it gives chase. Meanwhile, Patrick and everybody in Bikini Bottom are trying to move the city so it will be safe. But when Sandy and SpongeBob are safe and get the worm to fall off a cliff, it falls on top of the new city location and crushes the place.

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References

  1. ^ SpongeBob SquarePants episode list, season two. TV.com. Retrieved on 2008-01-19.
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