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Character
Wormy

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Residence: Texas (formerly)
Sandy's Treedome, Pacific Ocean
Interests: Playing
Physical appearance
Gender: Male
Color: Light green (formerly)
Black, light orange, and light brown
Eye color: Black
Light green and black
Classification: Monarch butterfly/caterpillar
Connections
Friends: SpongeBob SquarePants
Patrick Star
Sandy Cheeks
Series information
Appearance: "Wormy"
List of characters

Wormy is one of Sandy's pets. In the episode of the same name, he matures from a monarch caterpillar into a monarch butterfly.

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 turned into a butterfly.

History

When SpongeBob and Patrick were pet sitting for Sandy, they played games such as hide-and-seek and tag. But over night, Wormy metamorphosed into a butterfly and scared everyone in Bikini Bottom because they've never seen a butterfly before.

Trivia

Wormy Poster in SOOW

Poster of Wormy in 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.
  • "Wormy" was banned in some countries because of Wormy's disturbing close-up shots.
Worms (VE)

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