Spongebob SquarePants website

SpongeBob MENU

Dora the Explorer 
coloring pages for kids 
Print Coloring Pages 
Animals Town. Explore animals by visiting their islands. 
Free Cartoon Games
Cartoon color pages
Hello Kitty Fun Stuff
Harry potter

Spongebob Squarepants trivia questions and quiz questions

Everything you ever wanted to know about Spongebob you can read it here! About Spongebob songs, spongebob's ukelely and stuff about the underwater world od Spongebob! So continue to the spongebob trivia and find out all you can about Spongebob!

Spongebob Trivia

Painty the Pirate Painting, who sings the SpongeBob SquarePants theme song, uses a chroma key for the moving lips. The lips are actually those of Stephen Hillenburg, and the voice is of Patrick Pinney.
If one looks closely, Patchy The Pirate appears to be lip-synching.
According to the insider book SpongeBob Exposed, the creator of the show, Steve Hillenburg, said that the policy of his show is to not do jokes about or reference pop culture and current events; the show's characters are isolated from the real world. He wants his cartoon to be a timeless classic. Hillenburg has said that he intends to pass that concept over to the new people in charge of the show. Although the show occasionally does make reference to pop-culture, the examples are never specific, except when Sandy Cheeks refers to her real-world place of origin, Texas.
Almost every episode has a non-animated sequence.
A Dutch production company called Boom Chicago made a parody of the show being aired in China. It opens with Chairman Mao in place of the pirate, and has SpongeBob sporting a bowl haircut and slanted eyes. The main premise of the 2 minute, 15 second video is going to work, which Patrick doesn't want to do, and his actions get him into trouble with the Chinese army.
The show is referenced in other Nicktoons. In the The Fairly OddParents episode, "Wish Fixers", Timmy wishes to be CheeseBoy SquarePants. In other Nicktoons, the show is also referenced somehow.
The 5 International maritime signal flags on the roof of the Krusty Krab spell out R, I, [nonexisting flag] U, K.
The show uses words and phrases which are used similarly to real-life expletives, such as "barnacles", "tartar sauce" and "fish paste".
Nicktoons Network aired a St. Patrick's Marathon (on March 19, 2006) in honor of St. Patrick's Day. The sponsor for the marathon was Patrick Star, because of his namesake.
SpongeBob squarepants ability to play the ukulele could be a reference on Tiny Tim's musical style.
Gender Equality campaigners have noted that for the four major male characters (SpongeBob squarepants, Patrick, Squidward and Mr. Krabs), there are only three major female characters (Mrs. Puff, Pearl and Sandy, although Pearl appears as a greedy vacous character much like her father). Although some other major female characters have been featured, such as Mama Krabs, Mrs. SquarePants, and Karen.
The 4th wall has been broken a few times in this series. It is usually broken seeing a TV showing this series.
The SpongeBob SquarePants theme song has a lot of history to it: The theme song, primarily based on the sea shanty, "Blow the Man Down", is the principal song used in the series. It is sung by Painty the Pirate Painting, voiced by Pat Pinney, and can be found on the soundtrack, SpongeBob SquarePants: Original Theme Highlights. This song is popularly misattributed to "Weird Al" Yankovic. A cover of the song by Avril Lavigne can be found on The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (soundtrack). A choral version was recorded for the SpongeBob Christmas special where the last words, "SquarePants", were replaced by "Christmas special".
In the French version of the theme song video, the instances of the text reading "SpongeBob Squarepants" is changed in some way. When the bubbles reading SpongeBob Squarepants appear, that is changed to a single bubble resembling SpongeBob. When the 4 banners come together to form the words SpongeBob Squarepants, a large outstretched Spongebob, ala Hooky appears. And when SpongeBob and his pants bounce on the words SpongeBob Squarepants, the words are changed to rocks and the backgrounds are changed to an outdoor background.
In the photo day episode of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, the SpongeBob SquarePants mascot costume appears.
Even though the show is based underwater, the characters can only swim in goo, in Goo Lagoon and in swimming pools. Also, some episodes have featured fires. In "Life of Crime", however, Patrick questions that how can there be a fire if they are under water. The fire then goes out. Also in "Party Pooper Pants", when SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick get there invitations to the party and the writing is all smudged, they talk about the things that can't occur underwater. So they throw the letters into a fire.

(source: Wikipedia, All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License )

Viacom International Inc. and Nickelodeon neither sponsors nor endorses this site. This site is not affiliated with Viacom International Inc. and/or Nickelodeon.
Spongebob Copyright 1999 Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Nickelodeon, Spongebob and all related titles, logos, and characters are trademarks of Viacom International Inc.

Spongebob Squarepants Fan website by no means tries to pass itself off as the official Spongebob Squarepants website, nor is affiliated
or endorsed by Nickelodeon, Nick .com or Viacom. All trademarks for Spongebob Squarepants and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective owners.
This is a Spongebob Fan website.