Why do some people call it ScumBob. Many people consider this as the best season of the pre-movie era and the SpongeBob SquarePants series. the full lego version of the spongebob episode band geeks SUBSCRIBE #LEGO #Spongebob #Stopmotion #Animation [9][10] The episode was also included in SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete 2nd Season DVD released on October 19, 2004. You've reached the … Squidward says that his band died, but all of the band show up behind Squidward and say they are ready to perform. Together … In the episode, Squidward tells a lie to his high school enemy, Squilliam Fancyson, that he has a marching band. "[18] Emily Estep of WeGotThisCovered.com ranked the episode as the fourth-best SpongeBob SquarePants episode, explaining that "most of the gags in 'Band Geeks' center around Squidward's bleak existence, but it's also stuffed with one-liners from and about each of the characters on the show, such as the line 'These claws ain't just for attractin' mates!' [24][25] "Sweet Victory" went from being a largely unknown production music track, to selling three hundred thousand iTunes downloads in one year after its exposure on the show. Subscribe 65. "Band Geeks" is the second segment of the 35th episode of SpongeBob SquarePants. Day OneSquidward is practicing his clarinet peacefully, and a doctor comes in, thinking Squidward has a sick animal. [6] It was released on the DVD compilation titled SpongeBob SquarePants: Halloween on August 27, 2002,[7][8] and on SpongeBob SquarePants: Home Sweet Pineapple that was released on January 4, 2005. Explore Wikis; Community Central; Start a Wiki; Search This wiki This wiki All wikis | Sign In Don't have an account? [21] With over 160,000 votes cast, "Band Geeks" emerged as the winner. "[3] The idea of having a band was unspecified. The episode is largely said to be one of the best episodes of the show. Squidward quits the band, but SpongeBob gets the band together and practices for a big concert. Squidward cringes in fear as he conducts the band, assuming the performance will be a disaster, but the band is tremendously successful, playing a rock ballad song called "Sweet Victory" (with SpongeBob's lead vocals provided by the song's actual singer, David Glen Eisley). Band Geeks Оркестр божевільних (QTV) Оркестр диваків (ПлюсПлюс) Картка епізоду; Сезон: 2 Серія: 15b Сценарист: Ц.Х. It originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on September 7, 2001. [29], During the halftime show on February 3, a short clip of Squidward and a snippet of the Bubble Bowl performance scene were used to announce guest singer Travis Scott, who Squidward described as "a true musical genius who needs no introduction. 1 Synopsis 2 Notes 3 Home video releases 4 External links Squidward gets a call from his … The episode won the 2002 Golden Reel Awards for Best Sound Editing in Television – Animation. He said "Squidward's mix of artistic aspiration in the face of goading, humiliation and unrelenting sub-mediocrity made this a kids' episode that adults can experience on a whole 'nother level. Band Geeks is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from Season 2. "The Secret Box / Band Geeks" is an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants. They enter the Bubble Bowl: a large glass dome that elevates them into a live action football stadium full of human fans. Games Movies TV Video. from an about-to-brawl Mr. Krabs, and when Squidward says, 'No, Patrick, mayonnaise is not an instrument,' in response to an inevitable query from the stupid star. What if they couldn't even play their instruments, let alone a tune? If you’d like the signature to be personalized, please send the request to richie@richiecastellano.com (photo by Tony Hanson) $30 US only My Fifth Mlp eqg Fanfiction [Sci-Twi reads a book at her house a knock is heard and she goes to answer a doctor is at the door] Doctor: Yes, i'm from Canterlot Vet and i understand that you have a dying animal on the premise. [7], During the halftime show, a short animation showing Squidward and the scene with the trumpet fanfare was used to introduce Travis Scott, a guest singer for the halftime show. "[18] Basile also lauded the ending "complete with a keytar and freeze-frame jump in the air. [A horrible sound is heard, which turns out to be Squidward playing his clarinet until the doorbell rings. The episode received widespread acclaim, with many fans and critics considering it the best episode of the entire series. So, if we can all just pretend that Squidward was a fireman, or a guy in an ambulance, then I'm sure that we can all pull together and discover what it truly means: to be in a marching band. [27] On December 12, 2018, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the host stadium for Super Bowl LIII, posted a scene from the episode on their official Twitter account, hinting at a possible success from the petition's efforts. "[3] The writers were able to find music, as Nickelodeon has a library of royalty-free music. Squidward, determined to play well, tries to get a band. Squidward gets a call from his old high school enemy, Squilliam Fancyson. It is the second part of the 15th episode of the second season, and the second half of the 35th episode overall. It is the second part of the 15th episode of the second season, and the second half of the 35th episode overall.It originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on September 7, 2001. Band Geeks is an episode from season 2. [3] Greenblatt's favorite part was director Springer's drawings of Patrick on the electric drums and SpongeBob saying, "It's the thrill of one more kill" (an excerpt from "Sweet Victory"). Wikis. He picks up the telephone, and it's Squilliam Fancyson from band class! I want to see it for myself. A doctor knocks his door and then says that Squidward has a "dying animal" which then Squidward closes the door because it was really his clarinet. [3] The episode along with another season two episode, "The Secret Box", have the highest rating out of all of the other SpongeBob SquarePants on IMDb with a rating of 9.8 out of 10. [28] On January 13, the headlining act, Maroon 5, also released a teaser video featuring a second of SpongeBob, which furthered speculation. Uh-oh! Baljeet calls. Harold: Yeah, for the fireman! My Little pony And Spongebob Parody Band Geeks. Band Geeks is a spinoff created by Ponyo Fan that airs on Sponge Network. fue estrenado el 7 de septiembre de 2001 en Estados Unidos.Aparece siempre luego del capítulo The Secret Box (La caja secreta).. según la crítica y los fanáticos este es considerado como uno de los mejores episodios de toda la serie. Squilliam derisively suggests that Squidward's band should substitute for his at the Bubble Bowl, believing that Squidward does not have one. Squilliam tells Squidward about his very good life and that he is doing everything Squidward wishes he could do. "[3] He brought his portable DAT recorder to a musical instrument retail store and met two men who worked on its loading dock,[3] packaging and shipping the instruments. [9] However, "Sweet Victory" increased 566% on on-demand streaming when shown on the halftime show. 1 Summary 2 Plot 2.1 Angus Scattergood singing at his concert/Hollywood Girl/"Best Performance Ever!" He recruits various citizens of Bikini Bottom to play in his band, but they perform terribly in rehearsal and ultimately break into a fight instead of rehearsing on their last day before the Bubble Bowl, which makes Squidward quit in defeat. So we came up with the idea of a rival for Squidward and, in some ways it's Squidward's story, and SpongeBob and Patrick are just kind of around. On the third day, Squidward checks on Plankton's harmonica solo, but Plankton becomes exhausted and collapses from running back and forth between the holes, since the harmonica is too big for him. [12][13], "Band Geeks" received widespread acclaim among fans and critics. BAND GEEK MERCH Signed 8×10’s Signed Band Geek Photo. [10] Because of this, the song entered Billboard's United States Hot Rock Songs chart at number 23[11] and the Kid Digital Song Sales chart at number two, behind Pinkfong's "Baby Shark. Day Two Day Three. This article is a transcript of the SpongeBob SquarePants episode, "Band Geeks" from season 2, which aired on September 7, 2001. Squidward starts conducting with fear that the band will play poorly, but they play successfully. Puff Omega as Pet Hospitel fish Metal Sonic as Flagwaver Silver as Harold … [23], The featured song "Sweet Victory" was later released on the series soundtrack album SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Album on November 15, 2005. So we boarded the sequence to the music, and it felt like such a better ending than any song we could have written on our own. Hillenburg rejected it, saying "it was too far over the edge. I was not in a band, but I think maybe Doug Lawrence was in a band. Explore Wikis; ... ("Band Geeks" only) April 11, 2002 8:30am April 27, 2002 10:00am May 12, 2002 10:00am May 26, 2002 10:30am July 2, 2002 8:00pm July 10, 2002 "[16] The Guardian ranked "Band Geeks" the second best episode of the show, next to "Krusty Krab Training Video". This page is being considered for deletion for the following reason: {{{1}}} If you disagree with its deletion, please explain why at Category talk:Candidates for deletion or improve the page and remove the {{delete|}} tag. My version of the Spongebob episode "Band Geeks" (The scene opens up in the penguins habitat, where Kowalski was working on an invention till he hears a phone calling from outside the habitat) Kowalski: (picks up phone) Hello? "Band Geeks" is an episode of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. ‣ ? [3] He said, "I got these two guys to squeak, blast, and squawk on most of the instruments they sold. The Stars' video had previously been shown during their February 1 game against the Minnesota Wild.[36][37]. In this episode, Squidward creates a band. I think Steve Hillenburg was in a band, too. This page was last changed on 1 October 2020, at 16:29. In this episode, Squidward makes his own band. However, SpongeBob convinces the other band members to go through with the performance for Squidward's sake, and he takes command of their training. SpongeBob Galaxy Wiki… He tells him that he is playing at Googoplex Mall. He found a piece of marching band music that was a band intentionally playing poorly, but sound designer Jeff Hutchins said, "You could still discern the tune.