It’s Christmas in Bikini Bottom! SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick, Squidward, Gary, Mr. Krab and the rest of the Bikini gang celebrate the holidays from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Below is a complete list of Sponge Bob SquarePants‘Christmas episodes and how to watch them.
Sponge Bob SquarePants Has a bunch of Christmas episodes
Sponge Bob SquarePants first premiered in 1999 and has been on television for 13 seasons. While the show has done many vacation-themed episodes, these are perhaps the best of all.
- Season 2, Episode 28: “Christmas Who”: SpongeBob gets dressed in karate gear and prepares to surprise Sandy with a sneak attack. When he finds her, she sets up Christmas lights. SpongeBob confuses the decorations for fire and tries to extinguish them with sea water. Turns out he’s never heard of Christmas, so Sandy tells them about it. SpongeBob SquarePants tells the story to Patrick, Squidward and Mr. Krabs. Everyone except Squidward puts their Christmas letters in glass bottles and shoots them in the air for Santa to receive and decorate a coral tree. Squidward eventually gets into the Christmas spirit and disguises himself as Santa Claus.
- Season 3, Episode 3: “The Snowball Effect”: Bikini Bottom is covered in snow after an iceberg crashed above them. SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick are having a snowball fight. They try to convince Squidward to join in the fun, but Squidward refuses, calling the act childish. Instead, Squidward decides to watch, hoping the pair get hurt. But when he continued to be hit by snowballs, he joined in and a seemingly fun snowball fight turns into a battle. The three built snow forts (Fort Squidward) to protect each other from snowballs.
- Season 8, Episode 3: “Frozen Face-Off”: Everyone at Bikini Bottom is participating in a sled competition. The winner receives $ 1 million. SpongeBob asks Gary to drive his sled, while Patrick chose gummy worms and Squidward had a real worm. Plankton uses a robotic version of himself in the race as he sneaks into Krusty Krab and tries to open the secret formula safe. He fails to open the safe and instead tears an atom which causes a nuclear explosion, which destroys the Krusty Krab and turns Krusty Krab and Squidward into icicles. Plankton ends up getting the bottle of the Secret Formula, but before he can celebrate, he’s eaten by a snow mollusc who mistakes him for a jelly bean.
- Season 8, Episode 23: “It’s a SpongeBob Christmas”: A classic “you are what you eat” lesson. Plankton tries to convince SpongeBob SquarePants to transform to feed everyone at Bikini Bottom with his special jerktonium fruit cakes. Anyone who eats it will become a jerk. Plankton thinks that if everyone is a jerk, they’ll be put on Santa’s villain list but he’ll stay on the good guys list and Santa will give him his ultimate Christmas present: Krabby Patty’s secret formula. When everyone is doped with jerktonium, SpongeBob SquarePants save the day with his own antidote: singing “Don’t Be a Jerk (It’s Christmas)”. The half-hour special features John Goodman as the real Santa Claus.
- Season 12, Episode 24: “The Old Buddy from Planktum”: If you’re wondering what makes this a Christmas-related episode, Chum Day is a holiday in Bikini Bottom, invented by Plankton. The usual dumping ground for rotten plankton chum is too full. While looking for a new dump location, he stumbles upon SpongeBob SquarePants. To convince SpongeBob SquarePants to help him, Plankton tells him that this is a party where the fish are supposed to give each other some buddy. SpongeBob agrees to help him and offers to give him gifts. The two are going to pour rotten chum all over town. The residents of Bikini Bottom get angry and want to beat Plankton until SpongeBob comes out with a Santa hat and starts singing about Chum Day friend. Yuck! Talk about a spoiled Christmas spirit!
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Seasons 1 through 12, totaling 257 episodes, are now airing on Paramount +. Subscriptions start at $ 9.99 per month, including a 30-day trial and a Showtime subscription. The episodes are also available on Nickelodeon and Amazon Prime.
Remember to ‘drop the deck and flop like a fish! to the SSpongeBob Squarepants Christmas theme song.