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Spongebob Squarepants - Where's Gary?
Spongebob Squarepants - Where's Gary
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
UR     2005     1hr 28min

This SpongeBob SquarePants release features "Where's Gary?" Spongebob's first ever double length episode. The DVD also features 5 additional episodes.


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Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Sub-Genres: Animation, 3-6 Years, 7-9 Years, 10-12 Years, Kids & Family, Animation
Studio: Nickelodeon
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Animated,Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 11/15/2005
Original Release Date: 01/01/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 1hr 28min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Gabriel Fernandez | Canoga Park, CA | 12/23/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The episodes in this DVD are rare. Let me tell you a bit about the episodes

Have You Seen This Snail? [Double Length Episode]- Spongebob tries to beat a paddleball record and forgets to feed Gary for a couple of days. Gary runs away and is taken in by an elderly woman. Gary is loved and cared by the woman. but the problem is she keeps feeding Gary! Can Gary make it out before he explodes?

The Lost Matress- Mr. Krabs has a lumpy matress so Squidward, Spongebob and Patrick give him a new one. Unfortunately, that was where Mr. Krabs hid his money!

Krabs vs. Plankton- Plankton slips at the Krusty Krab and sues Mr. Krabs. If Plankton wins in the court, he may take everything Krabs own including the Krabby Patty formula!

Skill Crane- squidward becomes obsessed by winning a teddy bear. But the problem is Spongebob is only the winner. So Spongebob teaches him the secret. Squidward becomes the winner. Squidward is very excited that he starts to ruin Bikini Bottom!

Good Neighbors- squidward is elected as Good Neighbor President. The problem is Sponhebob and Patrick won't leave him alone. later, Squidward buys a machine that can destroy any intruders. When the machine breaks, Squidward's house comes to life and demolishes Bikini Bottom!

The Great Snail Race- Squidward and Spongebob enter their snails to see who's the winner. Unfortunately, none of them is the winner but it is Patrick!"
Where's Gary?
Bubbles | 11/20/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This Spongebob movie looks great because 5 episodes are from season 4. My only complaint is why they put The Great Snail Race in. It's already on Spongebob Goes Prihistoric. They need to put episodes like Reef Blower or Rock Bottom on here. Here are the list of episodes.

Where's Gary (double length) 9/10: Spongebob is too busy playing with his new Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Ping-Pong that he forgot to feed Gary! Gary runs away and meets an old lady.

Skill Crane 10/10: Mr. Krabs gets a crane machine for the Krusty Krab to get money. Spongebob always wins but Squidward doesn't. Hilarious

Krabs vs. Plankton: 7/10 Spongebob and Mr. Krabs go to court. O.K.

Good Neighbor: I haven't seen this episode yet. I heard it was good.

The Lost Matress: 10/10: Mr. Krabs loses his matress so Spongebob and Squidward buy him a new one even though his old one was full of money.

The Great Snail Race 6/10: Spongebob enters Gary in a snail race against Squidward's snail, Snelly and Patricks rock. Spongebob trains Gary too hard and gets exhausted. During the race, Gary goes out of control and Snelly helps him. Patrick's rock wins! O.K. I guess"
Where the heck is Gary? I can't find him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bubbles | 11/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Friday 11-11-2005 was the night when Gary runs away to an Old lady who thought he was her snail named Ms. Tufsley because Spongebob is too busy playing his Mermaid Man and Barnicalboy paddleball set to destroy the Dirty Bubble. Gary starves for TEN days straight because of Spongebob!!!

If you want to know the episodes, here you go:

Where's Gary? (double length)- Spongebob receives a Mermaid Man and Barnacleboy paddleball set to destroy the Dirty Bubble in a challenge. His only problem was that he forgot to feed Gary.

Lost Mattress- Mr. Crabs is always in pain with his lumpy old mattress. Spongebob, Patrick, and Squidward deside to purchase him a new one, but Mr. Krab's money was in the old mattress that they threw away.

Skill Crane- Mr. Krabs purchases a money making crane game filled with stuffed animals. Spongebob keeps on winning everytime, but not Squidward. Squidward gets so into the game that he uses his life savings to try to win.

The Great Snail Race- Squidward gets a snail to enter her into a race, so Spongebob enters Gary and Patrick enters a rock. Patrick ends up winning because Squidward's snail comforts Gary who lost control in the race.

Good Neighbor- Spongebob and Patrick try to be nice neighbors to Squidward by helping him. Squidward is still annoyed because they keep asking questions about his requests. Squidward is accidently sprayed in the face, so he can't see. He is taken away from people who saw how he looked.

Krabs vs Plankton- Plankton is always trying to steal the formula. When he walks into the Krusty Krab, he slips in water that was not dry. Plankton gets sent to the hospital and Mr. Krabs goes to court. He hired a lawyer that also slipped, so Spongebob ends up the lawyer by taking the other lawyers suitcase without the combination to open it!"
A collection of good shorts from the new season.
Norman | Escondido, CA | 12/30/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"My oldest sister says the fourth season of Spongebob sucks altogether. I wouldn't say that it fully sucks-it's just not as funny as the previous seasons. So here we have a decent collection of shorts from the beginning of the fourth season made shortly after the departure of creator Stephen Hillenburg:

Have You Seen This Snail?: For once, a double-length episode of Spongebob that's truly 30 minutes long and not marred half of the episode by the annoyance of Patchy the Pirate. However, this episode doesn't carry the comedic punch we'd expect, simply because it has more heart. Gary runs away after Spongebob rejects him from feeding him for the arrival of his new paddle-ball toy, and later finds a new home for an overtreating old lady. It's a good episode, by and large. 8/10

The Lost Mattress: Spongebob and Patrick find a new mattress to help Mr. Krabs' back, only to realize they threw away Krabs' old mattress carrying all of his money in it. Lots of funny dialogue, but the gags needed to come in at a better timing. 7/10

Krabs vs. Plankton: In another attempt to steal the Krabby Patty formula, Plankton slips on a puddle from Spongebob's mop and fails. So Plankton sues Krabs putting his life possessions and formula at stake. This episode has its moments, but a concept like this makes the episode too predictable; We all know who wins in the end. 5/10

Good Neighbors: Spongebob and Patrick ruin Squidward's day again by pronouncing him President of the Good Neighbors' club. A novelty episode with great gags, especially in the second half... 9/10

Skill Crane: The highlight of this DVD. Those who love cartoons focused on simple subjects like's Donald Duck's TROMBONE TROUBLE will appreciate this episode, because it focuses on Squidward trying to win a prize from a crane game. Loaded with hilarious gags. 10/10

In addition, you'll also get The Great Snail Race, even though it's also on the Spongebob Goes Prehistoric DVD. And that's it. This is a slightly shorter collection of shorts than the single-disc DVDs. It would've been nice to get a few more 4th season gems like Funny Pants or Patrick Smartpants. Still, a decent collection overall.