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- SpongeBob SquarePants: Ido Mosseri
- Patrick Star: Liron Baranes
- Squidward Tentacles: Gilad Kleter
- Eugene H. Krabs: Ami Mendelman (mostly), Amnon Wolf (some episodes in seasons 4 and 5), Ohad Shachar (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie)
- Sandy Cheeks: Naama Ozen (mostly), Lital Vadavski (some episodes in season 2 and 4, season 3), Sivan Shavit (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie)
- Sheldon J. Plankton: Adi Veiss (season 1-2), Tzvika Shwartzberg (season 3-present, Sponge Out of Water), Amnon Wolf (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie)
- In the episodes "Safe Deposit Krabs" and "Plankton's Pet," there were no words on the title cards. This is likely an error.
- The images in the intro for this language differ from the images used in the normal intro
- There were two special events in Israel: Best Day Ever (event) and Sponge Master. Later, a teaser of Gold Sponge Master is seen with the episodes for example:"House Worming" and "Code Yellow"
- "Christmas Who?" and "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?," all use the regular intro. Although, "It's a SpongeBob Christmas!" still uses Painty with the wreath.
- "It's a SpongeBob Christmas!" doesn't use an intro.
- In a sketch from the Israeli version of "Newzoids", Ido Mosseri, who is one of the cast, is doing a tribute to SpongeBob SquarePants, when he voices a starfish in SpongeBob's voice, and even laughs like him at the end.
- The Hebrew version of Atlantis SquarePantis was never made.
- Almost all of the Patchy segments in Truth or Square were cut in the Hebrew version.
- The series first premiered in Israel at 01/07/2003, which is the day when Nickelodeon Israel was launched.
- For around 5 years there has been a night-marathon in English woth subtitles in Nickelodeon Israel. However, for a couple of years, they changed it for the summer vacation to other cartoons like “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and “The Fairly OddParents”, but brought the show back after complains from fans. In the middle of April 2018, the marathon stopped again until July 1st 2018. Many fans complained to the channel, and even tried to protest against their offices in Tel Aviv.