"Enchanted Tiki Dreams" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season seven. In this episode, Squidward gets to live in the world of his dreams thanks to SpongeBob and Patrick.
Squidward is extremely annoyed by SpongeBob and Patrick's games which involves them throwing rocks on their heads and sauce on their eyes at work. He attempts to escape these by locking his house, but SpongeBob and Patrick's games are still too loud for him to deal with. Eventually, Squidward gets rush from being stung by an electric eel and then gets hit by the nose of his house. As a result, he wants to live in his own world where he can relax in peace. So, SpongeBob and Patrick build a tiki world made out of earwax for him outside his house, and Squidward starts to like it and does things such as drinking smoothies, listening to songs, painting, and dancing. Everything seems well until Patrick accidentally tips over the tikis and causes a fire, destroying the tiki world in the process. Despite being sad again for his world being destroyed, Squidward comes up with an idea to make his dreams last: a swing set with his tiki boat, with SpongeBob and Patrick taking turns being hit by it and flying over.
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• Squidward's Tiki Land
|( ‣ ) Associated production music|
|( • ) Original music|
|( ◦ ) SpongeBob music|
- Aaron Springer, Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [title card]
‣ Friends and Family - Phil Green, Geoff Love, Ken Thorne [opening]
‣ Gator - Steve Belfer [SpongeBob, Patrick playing "Buddy Toss"]
‣ Botany Bay - Michael Bolger, Nicolas Carr [at the Krusty Krab]
‣ Drama Link (g) - Hubert Clifford [one extremely annoying shift later...]
‣ Vibe Q Sting - Nicolas Carr [crossword puzzle]
‣ Queen's Aloha Oe (c) - Kapono Beamer, Queen Lili'uokalani ["Finally some peace and quiet."]
‣ Squiddy G - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [smooth jazz]
‣ Goofy Conversation - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [electric eel]
‣ Sponge Monger - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Squidward gets crushed]
‣ Pua Paoakalani (b) - Kapono Beamer, Queen Lili'uokalani [Squidward crying/"All I really want is to live in a world where I can live in peace."]
‣ Bashful Eyes - Kapono Beamer [SpongeBob decides to do something special for Squidward]
‣ Solo Steel - Jeremy Wakefield [Squidward goes to bed]
‣ Late Night Jinx - Phil Green [power tool noises]
‣ Tension Bits - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [the next morning]
‣ Maui Beach - Hans Haider [Tiki Land revealed]
• Squidward's Tiki Land - Aaron Springer, Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield
‣ Dramatic Bridge 4 - Phil Green [Patrick accidentally destroys it]
‣ Hawaiian Breeze - Jon Jelmer ["You were right, SpongeBob."]
‣ Lap Steel - Nicolas Carr ["I know how to make it last!"]
‣ Clownfish Capers - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [ending]
- As of August 19, 2016, The Internet Movie Database (IMDB) gives this episode a rating of 6.3/10 based on 88 ratings by users. TV.com users give this episode a rating of 7.8/10 based on 6 votes.
- There are 32 tikis on the title card.
- This is the second episode parts of Squidward's house come off. The first was "Squidville," the third is "Big Sister Sam", and the fourth is "A Friendly Game."
- Squidward sang "...or drink from a coconut that's full of flan." However, it was really a smoothie.
- The reason could have been so the song rhymes.
- This is the sixth episode to have tikis on the title card. The first is "Hall Monitor," the second is "Culture Shock," the third is "I Was a Teenage Gary," the fourth is "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One," the fifth is "A Pal for Gary," the seventh is "Sweet and Sour Squid," and the eighth is "Mimic Madness".
- This is the first episode of the series in which the Viacom byline on the closing Paramount Pictures logo was in its 2006 font.
- In German, this episode is called "Thaddäus im Tiki-Land," means "Squidward in Tiki Country."
- When this episode premiered in June 2010, it paired up with "Rodeo Daze." Then, it started airing with "Gramma's Secret Recipe" in reruns during the summer of 2010. When "Buried in Time" finally aired in September 2010, this episode officially became paired with that episode.
- In this episode, Patrick doesn't know what a vow was, but in "Sailor Mouth," he does know what it means.
- It is possible this episode takes place before "Sailor Mouth," but Patrick could simply have forgotten.
- The time card "One Extremely Annoying Shift Later..." is similar to the title card of "The Executive Treatment."
- Squidward paints a beautiful landscape of his Tiki-Land, however, he was only given red paint but was somehow able to make a rainbow.
- Squidward's bed does not have the canopy on top in this episode.
- Squidward locks his door with many locks, but they disappear seconds later.
- Pearl Krabs was listed in the credits for this episode. However, she is not seen nor heard in this episode.