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The 100 Best Episodes of SpongeBob Squarepants [Updated with #80-71]


Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the official list of the best episodes of SpongeBob Squarepants! In this article, we'll dive into the rich history of the show and give you a definitive list of the greatest episodes. Ten episodes will drop here every single day for the next two weeks, culminating in the final spots near the 15th anniversary of the show's premiere. So read around, comment, bask in the nostalgia, and enjoy all the funny images, memes, videos, and memories from the last fifteen years in one of the greatest TV shows of all time. We here at Geek Binge love SpongeBob, and we hope you do too.

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Writing Team Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci Are Splitting Up; Kurtzman Gets to Keep The Spider-Man Series and Orci Gets Star Trek, But Who Gets to Keep The Zeppelin Albums?

"Hawaii Five-0" Panel - Comic-Con 2010

And just like that, one of the greatest writing teams working in Hollywood have split. Wait, Joel and Ethan Coen are still working together? Oh thank god, I was worried there for a second -- must of had one of those crazy Bill Murray confusion moments. Thank god I didn't sign on to voice Garfield in Garfield 3, huh?

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Rick and Morty Season 1 Review: One of the Most Confident, Creative, & Hilarious Freshmen Debuts Ever


Absolutely nailing your first season on television is an incredibly difficult task. Hell, even some of the best TV comedies of the past decades struggled with their first season (The Office and Parks and Recreation come to mind). Even Community, despite being very good in its first season, wasn't the TV classic it became in its second and third season. And the only reason I feel its important to bring up that show in particular is because Dan Harmon, creator of Community, co-created Rick and Morty alongside Justin Roiland. That of course made it a highly anticipated product amongst TV geeks, especially when it seemed like Harmon's days on Community were long gone. And though he's back working full time on that show, it didn't seem to do much damage to Rick and Morty's first season -- in fact, as you could probably assume from the headline, this show's first season was nothing short of spectacular.

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