New Student Starfish: It's another day of boating school for SpongeBob, and this time, Patrick wants to come along too. Patrick becomes the new student in SpongeBob's class, and from his introduction, begins getting SpongeBob in trouble. Every time Patrick does something wrong, it appears that SpongeBob has done it. In retaliation, Mrs. Puff takes gold stars off of SpongeBob's "Good Noodle" chart. Spongebob begins to seriously resent Patrick, to the point where the two of them fight and end up in detention. In the process, the light bulb keeping the class science project egg, Roger, alive, burns out. Patrick and SpongeBob have to put aside their differences and work together to save Roger. Clams: It's another day at the Krusty Krab when a random customer provides Mr. Krabs of his one millionth dollar! To celebrate, he takes SpongeBob and Squidward on a clam fishing trip. An over eager SpongeBob accidentally hooks the dollar with his fishing line and throws it out into the water - ...
Did You Know?
In this episode it's stated SpongeBob is an excellent student which is contrary to his school status in just about every other episode featuring Mrs. Puff. However, he's an excellent student because of his politeness and neatness; his "Good Noodle" rewards are for "Attendance, penmanship, basic desk sanitation", etc. See more
When Spongebob first takes Patrick into the Boating School classroom, he writes Patrick's name on the Good Noodles board in upper-case letters and there are 6 other names above it. After Mrs. Puff walks into the room and tries to introduce Patrick, his name on the board changes to lower-case letters, and another name, Rich, shows up above Patrick's. Then as Mrs. Puff prepares to remove one of SpongeBob's many stars, Rich's name is no longer there, and Patrick's name is again in all-caps. Later, when SpongeBob and Patrick run into each other while carrying Roger the egg and the light bulb respectively, Patrick's name is still in all-caps, but two seconds later, after they've collided and Roger and the light bulb are flying through the air, again only the P in Patrick's name is capitalized. Finally, when Mrs. Puff reveals that she has been observing from behind the chalkboard, as the view pans from Roger's tank to the chalkboard, Patrick's name is again in all-caps. See more
[Mr. Krabs rubs his latest dollar all over his body while celebrating
What's wrong with Mr. Krabs?
Mr. Eugene H. Krabs
Nothing lad, do you know what this is?
[shows them the dollar
A very dirty dollar?
Music by Gregor Narholz See more