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Squid's Visit
General
Season №: 6
Episode №: 116a
Airdate: June 4, 2009
Sister episode(s): "To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants"
Credits
Writer(s): Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Derek Iversen
Supervising Producer: Paul Tibbitt
Storyboard: Casey Alexander
Zeus Cervas
Animation: Tom Yasumi
Creative: Vincent Waller
See all credits for this episode.
Chronology
Previous: "Cephalopod Lodge"
Next: "To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants"
List of episodes

"Squid's Visit" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season six. In this episode, SpongeBob tries to get Squidward to visit him.

Characters

Synopsis

SpongeBob really wants Squidward to visit his house, but Squidward doesn't want to. He says that he likes the comfort of his own home. SpongeBob then makes his house exactly like Squidward's so Squidward will finally visit. Afterwards, he steals Squidward's vacuum cleaner, which makes Squidward come to take it back, which was Patrick's idea. Squidward puts his dinner in the oven and then comes to SpongeBob's house and sees the exact replica of his living room. He is a little annoyed. Squidward sits on the exact replica of his chair and sees his coffee table, his food, his Art of the Clarinet book, and his pillow SpongeBob was fluffing. It looks like the one Squidward's Mother made for him. Then Squidward sees his hallway, and he sees the chip in the painting from when he moved into his own house. Then he walks into his bathroom. He sees his medicine cabinet and his rash cream. But when SpongeBob shows up, Squidward screams and he slips on the rash cream too many times and his head falls into the toilet, knocking himself out.

Squidward wakes up and thinks he had a dream about himself visiting SpongeBob. But he isn't dreaming. Squidward screams to SpongeBob. He lies to SpongeBob that he has to go to the bathroom again, but instead, he runs upstairs, looking for his vacuum cleaner. When Squidward opens the door and turns on the light, he finds out he is in the gallery room and spots all 492 of his self-portraits hanging on the wall. Squidward becomes scared, but then he gets mad. He looks for the vacuum cleaner in the closet and finds it, but it is stuck in the closet. Squidward pulls until his vacuum comes out. The vacuum hits Squidward and he crashes into the wall, tilting his self-portraits. He falls down the stairs, and he spits out the vacuum. He then walks out of SpongeBob's house, but when he goes outside, he realizes that his house had vaporized due to a fire. Squidward had forgotten to bring the casserole which was later on fire and caused Squidward's house to burn up. SpongeBob then tells Squidward to stay at his house. Squidward imagines what it would be like. He winds up staying at the pineapple with him inside and SpongeBob and Gary sleeping outside.

Production

Music

 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) SpongeBob music

  Hawaiian Sting - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [title card]
  Sailor's Sting 6 - Nicolas Carr, Robert Alexander White [opening]
  Tympup B - Sammy Burdson, John Charles Fiddy [Squidward leaves quickly]
  Hawaiian Sting - Nicolas Carr [Squidward leaves quickly]
  Hawaiian Sting 6 - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [SpongeBob wants Squidward to visit him]
  Hawaiian Cocktail - Richard Myhill [SpongeBob crying]
  Steel Sting - Jeremy Wakefield [24 hours later]
  Comic Walk - Sidney Torch [Squidward refuses to visit SpongeBob]
  ? - Nicolas Carr [Hawaiian sting]
  Bashful Eyes - Kapono Beamer ["Patrick, has Squidward ever visited you at home?"]
  Harp Ding - Nicolas Carr ["That's it!"]
  Fruity Flute - Harry Bluestone [Squidward making a casserole]
  The Jitters - Raymond C. Jones [pepper shaker flies through air]
  Comic Walk - Nicolas Carr ["Not on the rug!"]
  Drama Sting - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [SpongeBob "borrowed" Squidward's vacuum cleaner]
  Cartoon Sting 3 - Gerhard Narholz [Squidward calls SpongeBob]
  Dramatic Impact 2 - Ivor Slaney [Squidward gasps]
  Cartoon Sting 10 - Gerhard Narholz [exact replica of Squidward's living room]
  Unease - Dick Stephen Walter ["How did he do it?"]
  Romantic Ending - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [stitch signature]
  Drama Link (b) - Hubert Clifford [Squidward screams]
  Steel Sting (a) - Jeremy Wakefield ["I'll find the vacuum myself."]
  The Creature B - Gregor F. Narholz [replica of Squidward's hallway]
  Drama Link (c) - Hubert Clifford ["Okay, Squiddy, don't get creeped out."]
  Cockney Capers - Ray Davies* [replica of Squidward's bathroom]
  Chase Cue 1 - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [rash cream]
  Mists of Illusion - Gilbert Vinter [Squidward knocked out]
  Vibe Sting - Nicolas Carr [Squidward wakes up]
  ? - Nicolas Carr ["So, are you enjoying your stay at Chez Sponge?"]
  Tales from the Swamp (c) - Ron Goodwin [Squidward screams]
  Cartoon Sting 1 - Gerhard Narholz ["Will you excuse me for a moment?"]
  Chinese Mystery - Nino Nardini ["I got to find that vacuum and get out of here!"]
  Drama Link (d) - Hubert Clifford [Squidward screams]
  Old Creepy Feeling - John Scott ["He copied all 492 of my self portraits..."]
  Drama Sting - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield ["...and they're better than mine!"]
  Old Creepy Feeling - John Scott ["He even got the rug right."]
  Cartoon Sting 1 - Gerhard Narholz [Squidward finds his vacuum cleaner]
  Hawaiian Sting 9 - ? [Squidward's house burned down]
  Shock (f) - Dave Hewson [Squidward goes crazy]
  Musical Box (c) - Dave Hewson [Squidward goes crazy]
  Scary Strings 3 - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin ["Care for some casserole?"]
  Steel Licks (d) - Jeremy Wakefield ["Squidward, you okay?"]
  Hawaiian Sting 9 - ? ["Replica sweet replica."]
  Steel Licks - Jeremy Wakefield [ending]

*removed from APM site

Reception

  • This is called out by many fans as one of the creepiest episodes of the series due to its stalker obsession elements and due to the bizzare creepiness of the episode as well as how Squidward was tormented. It was cited by YouTube animation critic TheMysteriousMrEnter as being the 7th worst Squidward Torture Por* episode. The abrupt cut to Squidward's bizzare-stricken face and the horror music used throughout are also points held against this episode.

Release

Trivia

Timeline
Timecards
  • 24 Hours Later
  • This is the first time Patrick and SpongeBob play jigsaw puzzles. The second was "Pineapple Fever."
  • Patrick said that Squidward visited his house once.
  • Squidward said that the pepper went all over his imported rug, although only a tiny speck went on it.
  • Two games based on the episode can be played at SpongeBob.com. Cook It n' Book It and Squidward's Sizzlin' Scare are based on looking for the vacuum and the burning casserole.
  • In Germany, it was titled  "Ein Besuch von Thaddäus" ("A Visit of Squidward.")
  • When Squidward enters SpongeBob's house, there is a portrait of another squid on the wall, but with an orange face and a blue shirt. But when the camera pans in front of Squidward's face when he looks at SpongeBob's living room, the painting has a green face and a white shirt.
  • Normally, blancmange is white, but in this episode, it is purple and clear.
  • When Squidward saw his 492 self-portraits, one of them was a statue of Squidward, possibly the same from "Atlantis SquarePantis" since it had the leaf.
  • When Squidward saw his 492 self-portraits, the first one the camera directed on was a clown. In "Tentacle-Vision," the clown had no tears and had little x's on its eyes, but in this episode, the clown's eyes were open with no x's, and it had tears, and the nose was tear shaped just like Squidward's, but the clown's nose was red When Squidward went in SpongeBob's house, he didn't see the kitchen, the garage, or the attic.
  • The episode's title card has the background is the color of SpongeBob's house, while the wording is the color of Squidward's house.
  • SpongeBob invites Squidward to visit "La Casa de Esponja" and Bob Esponja is SpongeBob's Spanish name.
  • Squidward's kitchen is upstairs in this episode.
  • The time card said, "24 Hours Later," and would indicate that Squidward and SpongeBob have an extended shift the second day because the time card came some time after the shift of the first day.
  • When Squidward is getting his vacuum from the closet, there is a portrait where Squidward is painted naked, but with a back view so the viewer cannot see any revealing parts.
  • The title card is a pineapple. This is the second time it occurs like this. The first was "Home Sweet Pineapple." The third was "Pineapple Fever."  The fourth was "Home Sweet Rubble."
  • Squidward says the 492 self-portraits are better than his. This proves SpongeBob is a better painter than Squidward!
  • The "24 Hours Later" time card is very similar to "Slide Whistle Stooges" title card.
  • This is the first time Patrick uses his Forever Glue. The second was "Stuck in the Wringer."
  • After SpongeBob borrowed Squidward's vacuum cleaner, SpongeBob isn't using it. Squidward tries to look for it.
  • Squidward's sink is actually a scallop but it's not deep enough.
  • This is the second time SpongeBob replicates Squidward's house. The first was "Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful" when SpongeBob created Squidward's Trash House.

Errors

  • When Squidward is sad because his house is gone, the vacuum disappears, but when Squidward is about to fall, the vacuum reappears.

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