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As Nickelodeon's longest running series, practically everyone in the world knows about SpongeBob SquarePants. The show, following the exploits of the sponge living in a pineapple under the sea and his friends, is wildly popular all over the globe, and practically everyone has seen at least one episode while many people have seen all , an impressive feat. Still, while you think you may know all there is to know about SpongeBob , a show that has been on television for that long racks up quite the history, and you might be surprised to hear what facts about the popular show you have never actually heard. There are the obvious ones that everyone knows, like how the show was embroiled in controversy after Christian groups called it gay propaganda, or how series star Tom Kenny injured his voice while recording SpongeBob's signature laugh, but there's even more to this show's under the sea history. Although it may seem like a squishy yellow sponge would be of indeterminate age, SpongeBob's age actually has been revealed on the series through a picture of his hard earned license.
But a great many people remember it most for what happened directly after the show. SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg loved two things as a kid: drawing, and the ocean. He eventually majored in marine biology and minored in art, and worked at the Ocean Institute in California. Hillenburg later enrolled at the California Institute of the Arts to pursue animation. As the crew explains on the Season One DVD, Hillenburg wore a Hawaiian shirt and played Hawaiian music, and they brought along an underwater terrarium that contained models of the various characters. Two executives had to leave the room to compose themselves from laughing. The network gave Hillenburg and company cash and two weeks to get the first episode written; they returned and killed it with a read-through that got the show its greenlight.
And did you know that it will feature the same voice cast as that in the first film to portray the characters as the television show including Tom Kenny as SpongeBob and Bill Fagerbakke as Patrick Star? Remember this name — Stephen Hillenburg. Stephen was a former marine science teacher he taught Marine Biology at the Orange County Marine Institute who has a degree in natural resource planning with a marine resources emphasis. I really wanted to do something about one character, based on an innocent who is surrounded by more cynical beings…A sort of awkward, nerdy, goofball, oddball. Every cartoon character goes through a tedious naming process in order for it to have a nice ring to it and SpongeBob is no different. Purely because of the way the character looks, he was worried that children might mistake him for a block of cheese instead.
They ask us this every time the theme song plays, but how well do we really know the sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea? The creativity, hilarity, artistic integrity, and nuance of a show about a sponge with square-shaped pants changed the landscape of cartoon history forever.
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It's time to catch up on the facts about SpongeBob! After a hiatus of nearly two years—during which the cheerful, fun-loving sponge starred in a major feature film—the television series returns in with an all-new fourth season. Animals that Regenerate It's time to catch up on the facts about SpongeBob!
How did an anthropomorphic sponge who lives in a pineapple become a children's icon? Some of these tidbits may explain its success and longevity. Stephen Hillenburg has a degree in natural resource planning with a marine resources emphasis, and he used to teach Marine Biology at the Orange County Marine Institute. Hillenburg also liked to draw, and created a comic book called Intertidial Zone for the Institute , which starred an early version of SpongeBob. When he worked as creative director for the Nickelodeon animated series Rocko's Modern Life , fellow animators saw the potential appeal of SpongeBob. And the show's title was initially SpongeBoy Ahoy!