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SpongeBob SquarePants Season 6 Volume 2

Nov 25, 2010

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob SquarePants! And now he lives in your DVD player, too, as the two-disc SpongeBob SquarePants Season 6 Volume 2 is out!


Disc 1

The first disc of this two-disc set includes Season 6 episodes like:

  • Porous Pockets: SpongeBob becomes the richest guy in Bikini Bottom, he’s got tons of people wanted to help him spend his money… and ends up neglecting his real best friend, Patrick.
  • Pineapple Fever: Squidward’s stuck inside with SpongeBob and Patrick during a thunderstorm. They try to play games to pass the time, but pretty soon cabin fever sets in…
  • Shuffleboarding: Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy are sick and can’t attend a shuffleboarding tournament, so SpongeBob and Patrick dress up as the superheroes and take their place.
  • Plus nine more how-worthingly hilarious episodes!

Disc 2

The second disc of this two-disc set includes Season 6 episodes like:

  • Gullible Pants: SpongeBob wants to do a great job when he’s left in charge of the Krusty Krab for 15, so he follows Squidward's so-called advice.
  • Toy Store of Doom: SpongeBob and Patrick hide so they can stay in a toy store after it closes. But when they start seeing things, they try to protect themselves from the "army" of toys.
  • Single Cell Anniversary: It's Plankton and Karen’s anniversary. Karen gets the secret Krabby Patty formula, and says Plankton has to give her a gift to get it. SpongeBob tries to help Plankton (not knowing about the formula) by teaching him to sing.
  • Plus eight more flat-out funny episodes!


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i luv SPONGEBOB!
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OMG I LOVE SPONGEBOB WHO SOESNT LOVE HIM
commented: Tue Jan 31, 2012

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OFCOURSE THIS IS TRUE
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