Kids TV: “SpongeBob and Friends: Patrick SquarePants” on DVD
Our boys love to watch SpongeBob SquarePants and his friends on TV and on DVD. So, when they saw the new SpongeBob and Friends: Patrick SquarePants arrive on our doorstep, they were excited to put it in the DVD player. But first they had fun playing with the case, which makes it so that Patrick has shorts on (when the outside case is on). Once you pull the case off, it shows SpongeBob SquarePants on the bottom. Sammy, our 5 year old, was pretty dang entertained by this! Ok, ok, so was I!
Now you can hunker down with your favorite pals for hours of nautical nonsense with SpongeBob & Friends: Patrick SquarePants. Enjoy fourteen Star-centric episodes featuring best buddies SpongeBob and Patrick as they take a bubbly ride with over three hours of laughs in school, at work and at play, including the celebration of Best Friends Day. It’s a treasure for any SpongeBob SquarePants fan with favorite episodes, cover art chosen by the fans themselves, and collectible packaging, while supplies last. SpongeBob and Friends: Patrick SquarePants was released on January 14, 2014 for the suggested retail price of $14.99. Also be sure to look out for additional “SpongeBob and Friends” DVD releases featuring additional popular characters coming soon.
Get this DVD and more of SpongeBob SquarePants on iTunes at iTunes.com/SpongeBob.
SpongeBob and Friends: Patrick SquarePants Episode Synopses:
Big Pink Loser
Patrick feels like he hasn’t accomplished anything with his life and he decides to take SpongeBob on as his role model.
The Secret Box
Patrick has a box and he won’t show SpongeBob what’s inside of it because it’s a secret. SpongeBob can’t believe Patrick would keep something from him and he pretends not to care what’s inside the box, but secretly it’s driving him crazy.
I’m With Stupid
When Patrick’s parents come over for Starfish Day, Patrick gets upset that they still think he isn’t very smart.
New Student Starfish
It’s another day of boating school for SpongeBob, and this time, Patrick wants to come along too.
Dunces and Dragons
After a freak jousting accident at a Medieval Times restaurant, SpongeBob and Patrick are transported to a medieval version of Bikini Bottom. The two are mistaken for great knights, and soon they are entrusted with the quest of saving King Krabs’ daughter, Princess Pearl, from the clutches of the evil wizard Lord Plankton. To keep them company, the King sends along Squidward, the court jester.
During a day of jelly fishing, Patrick gets conked on the head and loses consciousness. When he awakes, the starfish is suddenly speaking in complete sentences – and making sense! Patrick is now not only smart, but brilliant.
That’s No Lady
A misunderstanding over a vacation getaway advertisement causes Patrick to think he must “get out of town” or face dire consequences. SpongeBob can’t bear the thought of his best buddy moving away, so he decides to do what he can to hide Patrick’s identity from his “pursuers.”
Driven to Tears
SpongeBob has failed his driving test – again. Patrick is so outraged by the injustice of it all that he storms into the testing facility and takes the test to prove that it is an unfair test and impossible to pass. Unfortunately, Patrick’s plan backfires.
The Gift of Gum
It’s Best Friends Day and SpongeBob and Patrick trade Best Friend presents.
Patrick learns just enough karate to wreak havoc in Bikini Bottom.
Big Sister Sam
Patrick’s big sister Samantha comes for a visit.
Squidward’s School for Grown Ups
When Patrick suddenly grows a very grown-up beard, he decides it’s time to act like a grown-up and perhaps Squidward is the perfect squid to help him.
The Googly Artiste
Patrick tries desperately to supply everyone in Bikini Bottom with his highly demanded “rocks-with-googly-eyes,” after an art critic deems him a true artiste.
Pet Sitter Pat
The night before the big school dance, Mr. Krabs asks SpongeBob to help Pearl get rid of a barnacle on her face.
SpongeBob and Friends: Patrick SquarePants Fast Facts:
Street Date: January 14, 2014
DVD SRP: $14.99
Running Time: Approximately 192 Minutes