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Why is One Coarse Meal worse than Are You Happy Now?

  • Imomj1
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    23:40, September 10, 2014

    I get that OCM and AYHN both have suicide in them, but why is OCM worse than AYHN? Give me a couple reasons why or explain the differences between these two episodes.

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    • they're both fine with me

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    • Do you still want a answer?

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    • Uh, yes I do.

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    • One Coarse Meal is worse because not only do they try to make jokes out of suicide, but they think that driving a character insane to the point of suicide is funny.

      Are you Happy Now has the suicide jokes, but no actual attempted suicide, just a bunch of depression that they think is funny.

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    • I like your answer.

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    • Tominator thinks AYHN is worse than OCM.

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    • Ok, here is what I think.

      OCM, and AYHN? are really good.

      OCM has really scary parts to my younger siblings/cousins.

      AYHN? is depressing for teens/adults. Especially with depression.

      So there are points, especially suicide that can do that to you.

      •in The Great Patty Caper, Plankton gets hit by a bus.

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Ok, here is what I think.

      OCM, and AYHN? are really good.

      OCM has really scary parts to my younger siblings/cousins.

      AYHN? is depressing for teens/adults. Especially with depression.

      So there are points, especially suicide that can do that to you.

      •in The Great Patty Caper, Plankton gets hit by a bus.

      In what way are they good? Are you Happy Now has a decent plot, and One Coarse Meal has...something. I don't exactly know what, but I suppose you could like them for one reason or another.

      But if anyone says they like depression and suicide jokes (that are done HORRIBLY) I will fight you til this thread is locked and we're banned for some reason. Then I'll make a wiki just for fighting on, and we'll fight there until the internet crashes.

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    • Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Ok, here is what I think.

      OCM, and AYHN? are really good.

      OCM has really scary parts to my younger siblings/cousins.

      AYHN? is depressing for teens/adults. Especially with depression.

      So there are points, especially suicide that can do that to you.

      •in The Great Patty Caper, Plankton gets hit by a bus.

      In what way are they good? Are you Happy Now has a decent plot, and One Coarse Meal has...something. I don't exactly know what, but I suppose you could like them for one reason or another.

      But if anyone says they like depression and suicide jokes (that are done HORRIBLY) I will fight you til this thread is locked and we're banned for some reason. Then I'll make a wiki just for fighting on, and we'll fight there until the internet crashes.

      I love both episodes.

      You can relax. I'm an  Admin, and there is no need to shut this thread down.

      And a wiki? Really?

      The internet will never go down, until Earth goes down.

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Ok, here is what I think.

      OCM, and AYHN? are really good.

      OCM has really scary parts to my younger siblings/cousins.

      AYHN? is depressing for teens/adults. Especially with depression.

      So there are points, especially suicide that can do that to you.

      •in The Great Patty Caper, Plankton gets hit by a bus.

      In what way are they good? Are you Happy Now has a decent plot, and One Coarse Meal has...something. I don't exactly know what, but I suppose you could like them for one reason or another.

      But if anyone says they like depression and suicide jokes (that are done HORRIBLY) I will fight you til this thread is locked and we're banned for some reason. Then I'll make a wiki just for fighting on, and we'll fight there until the internet crashes.

      I love both episodes.

      You can relax. I'm an  Admin, and there is no need to shut this thread down.

      And a wiki? Really?

      The internet will never go down, until Earth goes down.

      There is a thing called making an exaggeration, and that's what I was doing. Though I would like to know why you do like both episodes, as the only thing I can like about either episode is the plot (to an extent).

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    • Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Ok, here is what I think.

      OCM, and AYHN? are really good.

      OCM has really scary parts to my younger siblings/cousins.

      AYHN? is depressing for teens/adults. Especially with depression.

      So there are points, especially suicide that can do that to you.

      •in The Great Patty Caper, Plankton gets hit by a bus.

      In what way are they good? Are you Happy Now has a decent plot, and One Coarse Meal has...something. I don't exactly know what, but I suppose you could like them for one reason or another.

      But if anyone says they like depression and suicide jokes (that are done HORRIBLY) I will fight you til this thread is locked and we're banned for some reason. Then I'll make a wiki just for fighting on, and we'll fight there until the internet crashes.

      I love both episodes.

      You can relax. I'm an  Admin, and there is no need to shut this thread down.

      And a wiki? Really?

      The internet will never go down, until Earth goes down.

      There is a thing called making an exaggeration, and that's what I was doing. Though I would like to know why you do like both episodes, as the only thing I can like about either episode is the plot (to an extent).

      Kay, about exaggeration. I figured you were, so I went along with it.

      I like OCM because it shows Plankton's weak side, and is pretty cool at the end.

      I like AYHN? because it shows interesting views of Squidward, SpongeBob, and how they behave together.

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    • What if in AYHP?, when SpongeBob jammed the flagpole into Squidward's tentacle, the toenail scene happened, all over again, with more detail?

      That would make it par to One Coarse Meal for sure.

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    • Muchacha wrote:
      What if in AYHP?, when SpongeBob jammed the flagpole into Squidward's tentacle, the toenail scene happened, all over again, with more detail?

      That would make it par to One Coarse Meal for sure.

      Patrick did the same thing in Jellyfishing, he jammed the jellyfishing net handle straight through Squidward's tentacle.

      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)00:24

      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)

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    • Nicko756
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      04:25, August 1, 2014
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      Auron~Guardian wrote:
      Muchacha wrote:
      What if in AYHP?, when SpongeBob jammed the flagpole into Squidward's tentacle, the toenail scene happened, all over again, with more detail?

      That would make it par to One Coarse Meal for sure.

      Patrick did the same thing in Jellyfishing, he jammed the jellyfishing net handle straight through Squidward's tentacle.
      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)00:24

      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)

      Well that scene was funny for a few reasons:

      1. Squidward was being kind of a d***e, not appreciating ANY help of consideration he got. And besides that, he deserved being in a caste and Spongebob and Patrick still tried to make him have a good time, despite it all.

      2. Patrick is stupid, and he can't understand Squidward. This scene works. It also works because it's cartoonish. It probably hurt Squidward, but looking at it myself I think his tentacle was in the holding shape (like for holding a glass).

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    • Nicko756
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      I have remove the reply.
      04:25, August 1, 2014
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      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Auron~Guardian wrote:
      Muchacha wrote:
      What if in AYHP?, when SpongeBob jammed the flagpole into Squidward's tentacle, the toenail scene happened, all over again, with more detail?

      That would make it par to One Coarse Meal for sure.

      Patrick did the same thing in Jellyfishing, he jammed the jellyfishing net handle straight through Squidward's tentacle.
      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)00:24

      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)

      Well that scene was funny for a few reasons:

      1. Squidward was being kind of a d***e, not appreciating ANY help of consideration he got. And besides that, he deserved being in a caste and Spongebob and Patrick still tried to make him have a good time, despite it all.

      2. Patrick is stupid, and he can't understand Squidward. This scene works. It also works because it's cartoonish. It probably hurt Squidward, but looking at it myself I think his tentacle was in the holding shape (like for holding a glass).

      Piease do not use that language here. I have censored the word for now.

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    • Auron~Guardian wrote:
      Muchacha wrote:
      What if in AYHP?, when SpongeBob jammed the flagpole into Squidward's tentacle, the toenail scene happened, all over again, with more detail?

      That would make it par to One Coarse Meal for sure.

      Patrick did the same thing in Jellyfishing, he jammed the jellyfishing net handle straight through Squidward's tentacle.
      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)00:24

      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)

      Except in Jellyfishing it doesn't look grumsome and show every detail of pain.

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    • Auron~Guardian wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Auron~Guardian wrote:
      Muchacha wrote:
      What if in AYHP?, when SpongeBob jammed the flagpole into Squidward's tentacle, the toenail scene happened, all over again, with more detail?

      That would make it par to One Coarse Meal for sure.

      Patrick did the same thing in Jellyfishing, he jammed the jellyfishing net handle straight through Squidward's tentacle.
      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)00:24

      Firmly Grasp it! (ORIGINAL CLIP)

      Well that scene was funny for a few reasons:

      1. Squidward was being kind of a d***e, not appreciating ANY help of consideration he got. And besides that, he deserved being in a caste and Spongebob and Patrick still tried to make him have a good time, despite it all.

      2. Patrick is stupid, and he can't understand Squidward. This scene works. It also works because it's cartoonish. It probably hurt Squidward, but looking at it myself I think his tentacle was in the holding shape (like for holding a glass).

      Piease do not use that language here. I have censored the word for now.

      I've seen it used here before, so I don't see the problem.

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    • This is not about Jellyfishing, it's about OCM, and AYHN?

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    • Muchacha wrote:
      What if in AYHP?, when SpongeBob jammed the flagpole into Squidward's tentacle, the toenail scene happened, all over again, with more detail?

      That would make it par to One Coarse Meal for sure.

      If that happened,I'd quit Spongebob...

      Untill the movie comes out.:P

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    • For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

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    • SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.

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    • Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.

      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.

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    • SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.

      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.

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    • Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.

      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.

      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.

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    • Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.

      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.
      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

      Maybe it doesn't seem to matter, but if we let our kids watch this crap, then TV producers will think that's what they want, and then you'll see a bunch of episodes where suicide isn't a big deal, where depression is just used for laughs, where everything dark and hateful is just apart of daily life. "That guy was tortured and commited suicide? No big deal, suicide is such a silly thing."

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    • Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.
      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

      Maybe it doesn't seem to matter, but if we let our kids watch this crap, then TV producers will think that's what they want, and then you'll see a bunch of episodes where suicide isn't a big deal, where depression is just used for laughs, where everything dark and hateful is just apart of daily life. "That guy was tortured and commited suicide? No big deal, suicide is such a silly thing."

      Perhaps. But it's not garbage. If parents CONTROL what kids watch, then there wouldn't be conflict. There is that one side who can have no effect, and the other, with stupid people, can be effected, and oh, let's do that!

      So if parents kept in control (not that all parents don't), then we wouldn't have to worry about the dumb generation.

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.
      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

      Maybe it doesn't seem to matter, but if we let our kids watch this crap, then TV producers will think that's what they want, and then you'll see a bunch of episodes where suicide isn't a big deal, where depression is just used for laughs, where everything dark and hateful is just apart of daily life. "That guy was tortured and commited suicide? No big deal, suicide is such a silly thing."
      Perhaps. But it's not garbage. If parents CONTROL what kids watch, then there wouldn't be conflict. There is that one side who can have no effect, and the other, with stupid people, can be effected, and oh, let's do that!

      So if parents kept in control (not that all parents don't), then we wouldn't have to worry about the dumb generation.

      I'll give you that. Parents do need to control what their kids watch, but at the same time, 2 episodes of a "comedy show" that portray suicide and depression in the way they do (inappropriately) should not exist to start with. In a way the fault is with both groups. The people making this crap because of reasons already stated, and the parents for not seeing this as bad.

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    • Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.
      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

      Maybe it doesn't seem to matter, but if we let our kids watch this crap, then TV producers will think that's what they want, and then you'll see a bunch of episodes where suicide isn't a big deal, where depression is just used for laughs, where everything dark and hateful is just apart of daily life. "That guy was tortured and commited suicide? No big deal, suicide is such a silly thing."
      Perhaps. But it's not garbage. If parents CONTROL what kids watch, then there wouldn't be conflict. There is that one side who can have no effect, and the other, with stupid people, can be effected, and oh, let's do that!

      So if parents kept in control (not that all parents don't), then we wouldn't have to worry about the dumb generation.

      I'll give you that. Parents do need to control what their kids watch, but at the same time, 2 episodes of a "comedy show" that portray suicide and depression in the way they do (inappropriately) should not exist to start with. In a way the fault is with both groups. The people making this crap because of reasons already stated, and the parents for not seeing this as bad.

      That's true. It's both parties faults, at the same time.

      It's the creators, because, really? Is there nothing funnier to create?

      And the parents? Why let kids watch violence. Change the channel to guns, and explosions.

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Ok, here is what I think.

      OCM, and AYHN? are really good.

      OCM has really scary parts to my younger siblings/cousins.

      AYHN? is depressing for teens/adults. Especially with depression.

      So there are points, especially suicide that can do that to you.

      •in The Great Patty Caper, Plankton gets hit by a bus.

      U changed ur picture! Wait, ur not who i thought u were never mind.

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    • WarmGoodRob wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Ok, here is what I think.

      OCM, and AYHN? are really good.

      OCM has really scary parts to my younger siblings/cousins.

      AYHN? is depressing for teens/adults. Especially with depression.

      So there are points, especially suicide that can do that to you.

      •in The Great Patty Caper, Plankton gets hit by a bus.

      U changed ur picture! Wait, ur not who i thought u were never mind.

      what?

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    • One Course Meal should be blocked because it encourages kids that tourtuing your enemies and driving them to suicide is okay

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    • Whatdouwant wrote:
      One Course Meal should be blocked because it encourages kids that tourtuing your enemies and driving them to suicide is okay

      Perhaps.

      Then again, the world isn't perfect.

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    • One Coarse Meal has suicide and is boring

      Are You Happy Now isn't that boring..

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.
      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

      Lots of comments,I see for this...

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    • AlchanyIncorperated wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.
      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

      Lots of comments,I see for this...

      37 is nothing. Now 38.

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      AlchanyIncorperated wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.
      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

      Lots of comments,I see for this...
      37 is nothing. Now 38.

      But still, the show does portray suicide in many ways, some of which are humorous. Remember Band Geeks?

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    • SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      AlchanyIncorperated wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      Weegee Clone 7734 wrote:
      SuperBrawl3 wrote:
      For God's sake, people! It's a kids show! Little kids aren't really gonna really see the suicidal parts in detail or even know what the word means (unless of course they fall into a bad crowd). I'll admit that One Coarse Meal isn't exactly my favorite, and I love the newer episodes, but Are You Happy Now is a good episode.

      As for the "FIRMLY GRASP IT!!!' moment... LOL! I love seeing stuff like that (probably cos I'm a Family Guy Fan.

      That's like saying it's fine for little kids to watch porn or watch their parents make love because they don't know what it is. Would you let a little kid watch you do that? Of course not.
      If that response is based on the 'FIRMLY GRASP IT!!' part, you're taking it out of context. That joke was of Patrick shoving a net through Squidward's arm. But I agree with you.
      No, I'm talking about letting my kids watch a show where someone gets away with driving someone to attempt suicide.
      But things where their lives can end happen regularly.
      That's not the point. The point is that he not only got off scott free, but portrayed suicide in such a silly way. Portraying it in that way is not appropriate, it makes it seem like life and death are just as unimportant as your morning yawn.
      Does it matter in the big picture? 

      This is about OCM, and AYHN?

      Lots of comments,I see for this...
      37 is nothing. Now 38.
      But still, the show does portray suicide in many ways, some of which are humorous. Remember Band Geeks?

      Yes.

      In Bubble Buddy Returns SpongeBob is run over 4 times.

      In The Good Krabby Name they play on the boatway. (No, they work)

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    • They way they potrayed suicide ike in Something Smells where the fish grab the hooks is cartoonish and over the top. In OCM they potraay suicide in a realistic way.

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    • Either way, niether episodes are that bad and hardly deserve any of the hate they get.

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    • JCM

      The suicide references in Are You Happy Now? aren't nearly as overt as those in One Coarse Meal. I didn't hate AYHN, but OCM is my least favorite episode of the series for a variety of reasons.

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    • Which episode was One Coarse meal again?

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    • JCM

      Dragonballgtgoku wrote: Which episode was One Coarse meal again?

      What do you mean? All the info's on this page.

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    • Kinda the reason why I stopped editing here a while ago...

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    • OCM, and Little Yellow Book seem similar to me.

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    • Yeah, except SpongeBob didn't lay down in the street and wait for the bus. Not like it'd kill him anyway, because he IS a sponge, you know.

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    • Because bullying is huge in both episodes.

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    • Though, to be fair, both of the chracters who were bullied kind of deserved it.

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    • Deserved attempted suicide?

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    • I like neither of the episodes.

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    • I don't really even watch any episode anymore....especially these.

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    • SpongeBob deserved to be bullied. Not only does neither Plankton, Squidward, or SpongeBob deserve it, but that's mean, rude, and not spirited. 

      While, they may suck in their own way, they don't need to kill themselves, or be bullied.

      If I ask anyone here, "Do you want to be bullied?", they'll say "No".

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    • Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

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    • Heeha wrote:
      Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

      But deep down, they don't fully deserve it.

      Plankton's Good Eye is a good example.

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    • That's one of few times when Plankton shows empathy though.

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    • Dragonballgtgoku wrote:
      That's one of few times when Plankton shows empathy though.

      Probably the only time.

      Well, I guess Eek, an Urchin! too.

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    • Timmytech874 wrote: I get that OCM and AYHN both have suicide in them, but why is OCM worse than AYHN? Give me a couple reasons why or explain the differences between these two episodes.

      I like both of them :)

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    • I hate mr krabs in one course meal though

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    • Cosmobo wrote:
      I hate mr krabs in one course meal though

      He's a jerk.

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

      But deep down, they don't fully deserve it.

      Plankton's Good Eye is a good example.

      That's like saying that deep down Hitler is a good person and he doesn't desevre any bullying either.

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    • Heeha wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

      But deep down, they don't fully deserve it.

      Plankton's Good Eye is a good example.

      That's like saying that deep down Hitler is a good person and he doesn't desevre any bullying either.

      Same with Osama. It's tough, since you brought that up.

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    • Heeha wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

      But deep down, they don't fully deserve it.

      Plankton's Good Eye is a good example.

      That's like saying that deep down Hitler is a good person and he doesn't desevre any bullying either.

      Bullying resolves nothing.

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    • Cartoons see that differently though

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    • Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

      But deep down, they don't fully deserve it.

      Plankton's Good Eye is a good example.

      That's like saying that deep down Hitler is a good person and he doesn't desevre any bullying either.
      Bullying resolves nothing.

      Actually it does. But unfortunately you seem to stuck on the opinion that evil people deserve to be treated with the utmost respect so...I don't really see what you're trying to say.

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    • I find it all to be a bit subliminal in a way.

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    • Heeha wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

      But deep down, they don't fully deserve it.

      Plankton's Good Eye is a good example.

      That's like saying that deep down Hitler is a good person and he doesn't desevre any bullying either.
      Bullying resolves nothing.
      Actually it does. But unfortunately you seem to stuck on the opinion that evil people deserve to be treated with the utmost respect so...I don't really see what you're trying to say.

      Oh, so if I were to bully you, it would resolve what?

      I'm not saying they deserve respect. 

      The best way to get back at someone is to ignore them, and never pay attention to them.

      Based from personal real life experience, I get it. Ignoring is better than bullying.

      Bullying is pointless, and you get nothing from it.

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    • JCM

      Heeha wrote:

      Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

      But deep down, they don't fully deserve it.

      Plankton's Good Eye is a good example.

      That's like saying that deep down Hitler is a good person and he doesn't desevre any bullying either.

      Have you heard of Godwin's Law?

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    • JCM wrote:

      Heeha wrote:

      Tanhamman wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      Yeah, no one wants to be bullied but I think they kind of deserved it. SpongeBob has caused multiple problems for Squidward in the past, having his diary read in public is nothing compared to all the pian he's put Squidward through.

      And about Plankton wanting to commit suicide. He's evil. If someone else were to commit suicide, he wouldn't care. If the ENTIRE WORLD committed suicide, he wouldn't bat an eye. 

      But deep down, they don't fully deserve it.

      Plankton's Good Eye is a good example.

      That's like saying that deep down Hitler is a good person and he doesn't desevre any bullying either.

      Have you heard of Godwin's Law?

      Wow. You're totally correct.

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