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Character

Wormy is one of Sandy's pets who first appears in the episode of the same name. In the aforementioned episode, he matures from a monarch caterpillar into a monarch butterfly. He also appears in the book Salty Sea Stories and the GBA version of the video game Battle for Bikini Bottom.

Description

Caterpillar

As a caterpillar, Wormy is a light shade of green with black eyes and white spots.

Butterfly

As a butterfly, Wormy is dark orange with black stripes and black on the outermost parts of his wings; this design is that of a monarch butterfly.

Biography

At some point, Sandy bought or found him in Texas. Sometime later, she took Wormy to her home in Bikini Bottom.

He later turns into a butterfly overnight.

Role in episode

When SpongeBob and Patrick are pet sitting for Sandy, they and Wormy play games such as hide-and-seek and tag. However, overnight, Wormy metamorphoses into a butterfly and scares everyone in Bikini Bottom because they have never seen a butterfly before.

After Sandy returns from her trip and captures Wormy in a jar, the Bikini Bottomites celebrate, prompting Sandy to believe that she did not know she had be missed so much and should leave town more often.

Trivia

Wormy Poster in SOOW

Poster of Wormy in The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (lower middle)

  • In The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, a poster of Wormy in his butterfly form can briefly be seen in Sandy's treedome. The image of Wormy on the poster looks very similar to the one seen on the "Beware" fliers made by SpongeBob and Patrick.
  • The close-up shot of Wormy in his butterfly form is actually footage of a buzzing horsefly.
  • During the news bulletin about the "monster," the live-action monarch butterfly stock footage depicts a female butterfly (hence the thicker wing veins than the male), suggesting Wormy may have actually been female.
  • The episode "Wormy" was banned in some countries because of Wormy's terrifying close-up shots.[1]

References

Worms (VE)

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