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The Two Faces of Squidward

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The Two Faces of Squidward
Season №: 5
Episode №: 99a
Airdate: November 23, 2007
Sister episode(s): "SpongeHenge"
Writer(s): Charlie Bean
Aaron Springer
Steven Banks
Supervising Producer: Paul Tibbitt
Storyboard: Charlie Bean
Aaron Springer
Animation: Tom Yasumi
Creative: Vincent Waller
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Previous: "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?"
Next: "SpongeHenge"
List of episodes

"The Two Faces of Squidward" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season five. In this episode, SpongeBob slams Squidward's face with a door, and Squidward becomes handsome.



This episode begins with SpongeBob and Patrick singing at the Krusty Krab. Squidward becomes very annoyed, so he goes to tell them to stop. Just as he reaches the door, Squidward's face is hit by SpongeBob who accidentally slammed the door to his face. After undergoing plastic surgery for two weeks, Squidward becomes handsome. At first everything was going fine, like getting comments from both females and males, signing autographs and getting a ride home in a limousine. But all that changes when Squidward's fans go crazy and taking his stuff and won't leave him alone. Everything is too much for Squidward so he goes to SpongeBob for help.

Squidward wants to become his normal self, so he and SpongeBob races to Krusty Krab with the crowd following them. Mr. Krabs becomes overjoyed to see everyone at the entrance, and begins to name all the prices. While he does that, Squidward tells SpongeBob to slam the door against his face in order to make him normal again. SpongeBob doesn't want to do it, but Squidward threatens to hurt SpongeBob if he doesn't hurt him. So he begins to slam the door against Squidward's face repeatedly, but it only makes Squidward even more handsome. Suddenly, the shoe from earlier in the episode, falls out of nowhere, and SpongeBob, who was alarmed by it, pushes Squidward out of the way. SpongeBob's push sends Squidward flying dramatically and causes him to hit a pole, while the shoe just bounces off of SpongeBob's head. The blow from the pole causes Squidward's face to become normal again.

The crowd, who is disappointed to see Squidward not handsome anymore, begins to walk away miserably, but Mr. Krabs, who is unhappy to see his beloved customers go away, tries to return Squidward's handsomeness by slamming the door repeatedly against his face.



 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) SpongeBob music

  Hawaiian Trax - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [title card]
  The Achterhoek Dances - Jan Rap ["Welcome to the Krusty Krab."]
  King Conga - Dennis Farnon [SpongeBob and Patrick dancing]
  Drama Sting - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Squidward getting angry]
  She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain - Harry Bluestone [SpongeBob sings as he slams the door in Squidward's face]
  Dramatic Impact 3 - Ivor Slaney [Squidward screams]
  Classic Soap 14 - Dieter Reith [at the hospital]
  Hawaiian Sting 6 - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [two weeks later]
  Steel Sting - Jeremy Wakefield ["Right."]
  Menace - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [doctor's about to remove Squidward's bandages]
  Steel Licks (a) - Jeremy Wakefield ["That is a television set put here for the patients' enjoyment."]
  Menace - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [SpongeBob interrupts]
  Classic Soap 1 A - Dieter Reith [SpongeBob watching TV]
  Menace - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [SpongeBob interrupts again]
  Steel Sting (b) - Jeremy Wakefield ["I just wanted to say sorry for interrupting you before."]
  Menace - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [bandages removed from Squidward]
  Mists of Illusion - Gilbert Vinter [doctor faints]
  Get 'em Off! (a) - Richard Myhill ["Handsome!"]
  Evil Mind 8 - Dick de Benedictis [Squidward looks in a mirror]
  Get 'em Off! (a) - Richard Myhill ["Wait a second... that nurse was right!"]
  Simply Fab - Larry G. Wilcox [everyone swooning over Squidward]
  Harp Ding - Nicolas Carr [Squidward wakes up the next morning]
  Tympup B - Sammy Burdson, John Charles Fiddy [huge crowd outside Squidward's house]
  Hawaiian Sting - Nicolas Carr [huge crowd outside Squidward's house]
  Box Office - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin ["Good morning, my people."]
  ? - Nicolas Carr, Barry Anthony [Squidward playing clarinet]
  Chase Cue 1 - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [someone takes Squidward's clarinet]
  Fruity Flute - Harry Bluestone [Squidward taking a bath]
  Drama Sting - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [everyone busts into Squidward's bathroom]
  Dramatic Impact 5 - Ivor Slaney [crowd chases Squidward]
  ? [SpongeBob clipping toenails]
  Hawaiian Link (b) - Richard Myhill [Squidward wants his old life back]
  ? - Nicolas Carr ["Hmm, I know just what to do."]
  60's Dreamer - Michael Rheault, Miles F. Hill, M&M Records [they run to the Krusty Krab]
  The Dreadnought Tea Clipper (b) - Tim Laycock, Robert Alexander White ["You know what the Krusty Krab means to me, don't you?"]
  Paroxysms (i) - Trevor Duncan ["We don't have much time."]
  Steel Licks - Jeremy Wakefield ["This is going to hurt me more than it's going to hurt you."]
  Votre Toast - Georges Bizet, Paul Pritchard [Squidward's even more handsome]
  Vesti la Giubba - Daryl Neil Alexander Griffith, Ruggero Leoncavallo [shoe falls from the sky]
  Box Office - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [Squidward's back to normal]
  Steel Sting (b) - Jeremy Wakefield [everyone leaves]
  What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor - Okko Bekker* [ending]

*removed from APM site


  • This episode has been banned in some countries, because both of the new "handsome" Squidwards, (especially the second "even more handsome" Squidward) really terrified younger viewers. Another reason it was banned in some countries is because of the constant hitting Squidward in the face with the door, which a lot of places don't tolerate. 



  • Dr. Forrest, the doctor, differs from his previous episodes in terms of mean behavior and voice. He could have been voiced by someone else though.
  • This episode was set to premiere with "The Inmates of Summer", but aired with "SpongeHenge" instead.
  • Squidward will have a change in appearance after a head injury into a baby in Squid Baby.
  • In the scene where SpongeBob is clipping his toenails, there is incense burning in the background.
  • During the hospital scene, there is a television set in Squidward's room which Dr. Forrest said "for the patient's enjoyment", which Squidward can't possibly watch due to the bandages on his head.
  • This episode seems to be an extended tribute to the famous Twilight Zone episode, "The Eye of the Beholder".
  • Squidward's head was really broken twice in this episode because before Squidward's face was broken in the beginning, he was shown as a thermometer, and when the mercury was reaching to the boiling point, his forehead breaks off.
  • This is the first time Squidward is on a title card. The second is in Oral Report.
  • When SpongeBob and Patrick are first seen, SpongeBob's not wearing his hat. The second time they are seen, SpongeBob is wearing his hat.
  • When Squidward walks in on SpongeBob clipping his nails, he is wearing only a towel, and nothing else. But, when Squidward pulls SpongeBob by him, SpongeBob is wearing his normal clothes. Also, SpongeBob's legs were unusually hairy and bulged while he was clipping his toenails.
  • This is one of the few occasions when Squidward was acting like a friend to SpongeBob.
  • On Squidward's second "handsome phase" it shows that he wears a belt on his shirt.
  • Running Gags: Every time Gill Gilliam tries to cut the bandages, SpongeBob shouts: "Wait!" or "Hold it!"
  • In this episode, Squidward plays his clarinet well, while in others he is shown to be very bad at it.
  • At the Krusty Krab, a red fish in the background only has pupils for a moment.
  • During the scene where SpongeBob pushes Squidward out of the way to avoid the falling shoe (and reverting him back to his old self), the aria "Vesti la Giubba" from the opera "Pagliacci" by Ruggero Leoncavallo can be heard.
  • This episode is similar to The Simpsons episode Pygmoelian, where Moe gets plastic surgery to make himself handsome. It is returned to normal after being smashed with a wall.
  • When SpongeBob watches the television it shows Fred with a female fish.
  • When SpongeBob is hitting Squidward repeatedly with the door, you hear some cracking noises. This could mean he is breaking some bones or his face.
  • Squidward's second "handsome face" became a famous meme and running gag on the internet, being especially used as Facebook profile picture or in other social sites and galleries.  It has also been used in the One Direction fandom, where a mathematical formula shows One Direction's Zayn Malik being added to Squidward's "even more handsome" stage, resulting in one of the guys from The Wanted.
  • Squidward's face got slammed by the door 20 times in the episode but it's possible that Mr. Krabs slammed Squidward's face more times after the ending.

Cultural References

  • This episode's title spoof the 1957 film The Three Faces of Eve.
  • When Squidward looked even more handsome, he resembles to Auguste Rodin's The Thinker and Sylvester Stallone.


  • When Squidward became even more handsome, his face was only supposed to change, but instead, his whole figure did.
  • When the flying boy's shoe falls, it falls in front of the house. But later, it lands in the Krusty Krab the next day.
  • SpongeBob went home to clip his toenails, but he's still shown clipping them the next day.
  • When Squidward's face is back to normal, there are only a few characters in the background as if the others had left. However, when the camera cuts to the outside of the Krusty Krab, they are back before they leave.
  • The floor in SpongeBob's house is brown.
  • When Squidward goes to SpongeBob's house, SpongeBob is in his underwear clipping his toenails with a lit incense in the background and when Squidward picks up SpongeBob he's fully clothed and there is no incense.

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