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Me and my three year old are massive fans of Spongebob Squarepants and have a huge bundle of DVD's. One of these is Spongebob Squarepants - Atlantis Squarepantis.
Spongebob Squarepants is exactly that, a sponge that wears square pants. He lives deep down in Bikini Bottom in a pineapple with his best friend Patrick Star and his work colleague/friend Squidward as neighbours. He is a fry cook for Mr Krabs and spends his working days making Krabbie Patties. The programme follows Spongebob on his many different adventures in and around Bikini Bottom.
The DVD features seven different episodes from Spongebob Squarepants fifth season. The epsiodes are as follows: Atlantis Squarepantis, The krusty plate, Pat no pay, The inmates of summer, To save a squirrel, 20,000 patties under the sea and the battle of Bikini Bottom. The DVD also has two bonus features, a glimpse into the Spongebob animation studios and behind the pantis which looks at the behind the scenes of the Atlantis Squarepantis episode. I can't comment on these as I haven't watched them but they are there if anyone really needs to see them. The running time is 99 minutes and it has a U rating.
I won't go into detail on each of the episodes but will explain the first so you get the gist, I don't want to spoil everything! Atlantis Squarepantis starts with Spongebob and his best friend Patrick trying to take photos of bubbles but every time they click the button the bubble bursts. Eventually, Spongebob blows a huge bubble that then takes them to a cave where they find half of an ancient coin. They take it to the museum and bump into Mr Krabs, Squidward and Sandy and after matching their half of the coin to the museums half, a magic bus appears and takes them to Atlantis. There they come across the oldest living bubble; of course Spongebob and Patrick get the camera out and burst this one too! This doesn't go down well with the Lord of Atlantis so they make a huge getaway. The episode is full of laughs and my daughter watches it glued to the screen, as do I. It's definitely our favourite episode on this disc.
Another thing I like about this Spongebob DVD (and the rest of the Spongebob DVD's we have) is that it doesn't show the end credits after each episode. It shows the title of the episode about to be shown, then the episode and then jumps straight to the next episodes title. This means we don't have to sit through the credits after every single episode. Instead, it shows the credits to all of the episodes shown at the end.
This DVD can be picked up from Amazon for £5 and used copies are also available to purchase slightly cheaper. I'd definitely recommend it to any Spongebob fan.