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|Naughty Nautical Neighbors|
|Season 1, Episode 4a (#8)|
|Air date||August 7, 1999|
|Written by||Sherm Cohen|
Before Patrick's Staycation, SB-129, and Back to the Past
Squidward has made a very good soufflé, but SpongeBob and Patrick's laughing distracts him from enjoying it. Squidward sees they're having a private conversation with bubbles. They whisper a message into the bubble wand instead of blowing into it, and when the bubble pops, the message can be heard.
Annoyed, Squidward makes bubbles of his own, imitating SpongeBob and Patrick, but insulting them both. Thinking the bubbles are from them other, SpongeBob and Patrick become angry and get into a fight, eventually declaring that they are no longer friends. Squidward comes outside and eats his soufflé while laughing, but in doing so chokes on the fork. Patrick saves his life by performing CPR on him (which is basically blowing him up and as the air comes out, the fork can be seen spluttering in between his lips) and becomes Squidward's friend. Inside Squidward's house Patrick falls asleep while Squidward plays a composition called "Solitude in E Minor" on his clarinet, and Squidward pulls him outside. While doing this, he sprains his back, and SpongeBob sees this as an opportunity to help him. He bumps into Squidward's back and thus becomes Squidward's friend.
Inside, SpongeBob plays a song (badly) for Squidward on his Double Bass (which he thinks is a bassinet) and when Patrick appears in the window and interrupts the song, SpongeBob destroys the instrument in a fit of rage, and Squidward kicks him out. Squidward then tries to take a bath but Patrick is in the tub. SpongeBob appears in the window and sees this, and he and Patrick begin arguing again, driving Squidward crazy.
Squidward decides to invite Patrick and SpongeBob to a dinner party (without telling either of them that the other is coming) in order to repair their friendship. When they arrive, they are still mad at each other. Squidward tries to get them back together, but the situation devolves into a competition to see who can drink the most soda and thus become Squidward's best friend. Squidward runs out of soda and leaves to get some more. While he is gone, SpongeBob and Patrick, who have become literally inflated from all the soda, begin to hiccup small bubbles that make a burping sound when they burst. They find this amusing and become friends again, but they create so many bubbles that Squidward's house explodes. Squidward orders them out and slams the door, which then falls over on him, moaning "Oh, my back" as the episode ends.
- Associated production music
The following is a list of music tracks used in the episode.
- Hawaiian Train- Victor Cavini (title card)
- Hawaiian Pussycat- George de Fretes (opening)
- SpongeBob Closing Theme- Steve Belfer, Nicolas Carr (SpongeBob and Patrick blowing bubbles)
- Gator- Steve Belfer (Squidward blowing bubbles)
- Death Trap- Gregor F. Narholz (Squidward choking)
- Oyster Girls- Robert Alexander White (Patrick does CPR on him)
- Hilo March- The Hawaiian Serenaders ("Wow, Patrick, you saved me!")
- Wishful Thinking- Richard Myhill (Squidward starts playing clarinet)
- Botany Bay (b)- Robert Alexander White (SpongeBob's lonely)
- Heroes Win- Gregor F. Narholz (SpongeBob saves Squidward)
- On the Beach- Kapono Beamer ("Thanks, SpongeBob.")
- Hawaiian Link (b)- Richard Myhill (Squidward kicks SpongeBob out)
- Shock (c)- Dave Hewson (Patrick in Squidward's bathtub)
- Fates- Gregor F. Narholz (SpongeBob and Patrick argue)
- Hawaiian Link (b)- Richard Myhill (later...)
- Hawaiian Train- Victor Cavini (Squidward invites SpongeBob and Patrick over)
- Maui Beach- Hans Haider (SpongeBob and Patrick left alone)
- Hilo March - The Hawaiian Serenaders (ending)
- In this episode, Gary's shell is smaller than usual.
- Squidward's "Solitude in E Minor" is actually in concert F major.
- Patrick's barbecue grill appears again in "The Card" & "Patrick's Staycation."
- Patrick will insult SpongeBob's yellow skin color once again in "The Fry Cook Games", and in "Once Bitten".
- The room of SpongeBob's house seen in this episode is completely empty and dark.
- On one airing, after The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie showing, the Nickelodeon Movies logo was shown before this episode.
- Squidward jumps toward his cake, which is strange because he always yells at SpongeBob for being hyperactive.
- Squidward's impression of SpongeBob has a New Jersey accent.
- This episode goes to show how naive SpongeBob and Patrick are, as they fall for Squidwards terrible impressions.
- When Squidward goes into the bathroom and screams and the scene cuts to Patrick in Squidward's bath has become an internet fad called Guess who's in Squidward's bath which has a scary or funny face replacing Patrick's face.
- SpongeBob's quote Score one for the boy's back home was reused in the SpongeBob movie game.
- When SpongeBob asks Squidward for an 'A', Squidward actually plays him a concert B flat or a C written for the clarinet.
- When SpongeBob wanted to fix Squidward's back, the second time Squidward said: "No, get away!", his neck was twisted many times.
- When Squidward uses his keys to unlock the door, there was an explosion. Then Squidward bites his hand and opens the door, already unlocked. The explosion may have broke the lock on the door though.
- SpongeBob said he was playing bassinet for years. Although, a bassinet is a type of cradle. SpongeBob was actually playing a double bass, or a contrabass.
- As Patrick and Squidward are walking into Squidward's house, his back window has no glass.
- If you look closely when SpongeBob is looking at Patrick and Squidward out the window, SpongeBob's eyelashes and holes are missing.
- When Squidward returns to his house just as it is destroyed, he has a grocery bag and keys. Afterwards, the bag and keys disappear.
- When SpongeBob appears in Squidward's bathroom through his ear window, the window has no glass. In addition, in the next shot, which shows the outside of Squidward's house, SpongeBob is not there, and the ear windows aren't even visible.
- Even though the party was deemed a "dinner party", there was no actual food served at the party.
- When SpongeBob and Patrick are stuffed on soda, SpongeBob's holes are missing.
- When SpongeBob is playing the "bassinet" at Squidward's house, you can see that it has only 3 strings instead of 4. However, when SpongeBob smashes it to pieces, you can see that it now has 4 strings.