The cover shows SpongeBob in the front and Squidward and Sandy in the back. SpongeBob is doing a karate move and it appears like everything is spinning in a vortex with bubbles. There are planks of wood, a dumpster, and Squidward's groceries scattered all over the cover.
|183b - "Squid Defense" (widescreen format)|
|166b - "The Way of the Sponge" (full-screen format)|
|165a - "House Sittin' for Sandy" (full-screen format)|
|167a - "The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom" (full-screen format)|
|179a - "Extreme Spots" (widescreen format)|
|179b - "Squirrel Record" (widescreen format)|
|172a - "Face Freeze!" (full-screen format)|
|173b - "Demolition Doofus" (full-screen format)|
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- This is the second karate-themed DVD, the first being Karate Island.
- The DVD includes previews of other Nickelodeon DVDs. These include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Legend of Korra.
- The cover represents "Squid Defense" from the groceries. It could also represent "Squirrel Record" from the dumpster.
- International versions of this DVD replace "Extreme Spots" with "Plankton's Good Eye," and may include the Fanboy & Chum Chum episode "Prank Master."
- This is the first DVD to include season 9 episodes.
- This DVD was released on Andrea Martin's 66th birthday, 11 years after SuperSponge was released in Australia, six years after "The Thing" and "Hocus Pocus" premiered, and two years after "New Fish in Town" and "Big Sister Sam" premiered.
- Even though "Squid Defense," "Extreme Spots," and "Squirrel Record" are listed as widescreen format, they are not true widescreen on this DVD. Instead, they are fullscreen 4:3 videos with the episode letterboxed between two black bars on the top and bottom screen. This is because the DVD is designed for 4:3 TVs, and this will cause the black bars to remain even on widescreen TVs, since they are part of the video. Starting with The Complete Ninth Season, widescreen episodes are in true widescreen.
- On the backside of the DVD, "Face Freeze!" is missing the exclamation point at the end of the title.