SpongeBob Episodes Guide: 277 Episodes and Counting!

Did you know SpongeBob SquarePants is one of the longest-running cartoons? I don’t think anyone would have expected to need such a long SpongeBob episode guide when the first season premiered in 1999.

However, it’s still a funny show for the whole family to watch. I grew up watching the earlier seasons and have watched newer episodes as an adult.

Whether you’re a life-long fan or new to the series, you should learn about the episodes and seasons.

Bottom Line Up Front

Thirteen seasons and a total of 277 episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants have aired so far. But the show has more to come with the rest of season 13 and an upcoming season 14.

SpongeBob Episodes

Since 1999, SpongeBob SquarePants has released hundreds of episodes for kids and adults to enjoy. I started watching the show when it premiered, and I’ve enjoyed watching and rewatching it decades later.

But there are a lot of episodes of the series, and it can be hard to keep track of everything. So I decided to look into the episodes from all of the seasons.

That way, you can quickly find an episode to watch when you’re bored. Here’s what you should know about the existing seasons and episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants.

Season 1

Pizza Delivery
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The first season initially ran from 1999 to 2001 and features 41 segments across 20 episodes. This season is where we start to get to know some of the main characters, but the show doesn’t bore you with their life stories.

Episode segments include:

This is the season that I remember liking the most. It has a lot of my favorite episodes, such as Help Wanted, Suds, and SB-129, and I love the writing and the relationships between the characters.

If you’ve never watched the show, definitely start with Help Wanted since it’s the first segment. You get to meet some of the characters, and it sets the show up very well.

Season 2

Grandma's Kisses
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Nickelodeon first release episodes of season 2 from 2000 to 2003, so it overlapped with neighboring seasons. I’m not sure why that is, but this season gives us another 39 segments in 20 episodes.

It’s also the first season to feature a special episode. The Christmas episode has Patchy the Pirate hosting us with his parrot Patty, and that segment takes up the entire space of a full episode.

This season includes the following segments:

  • Your Shoe’s Untied
  • Squid’s Day Off
  • Something Smells
  • Bossy Boots
  • Big Pink Loser
  • Bubble Buddy
  • Dying for Pie
  • Imitation Krabs
  • Wormy
  • Patty Hype
  • Grandma’s Kisses
  • Squidville
  • Prehibernation Week
  • Life of Crime
  • Christmas Who? (Christmas special)
  • Survival of the Idiots
  • Dumped
  • No Free Rides
  • I’m Your Biggest Fanatic
  • Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III
  • Squirrel Jokes
  • Pressure
  • The Smoking Peanut
  • Shanghaied
  • Gary Takes a Bath
  • Welcome to the Chum Bucket
  • Frankendoodle
  • The Secret Box
  • Band Geeks
  • Graveyard Shift
  • Krusty Love
  • Procrastination
  • I’m With Stupid
  • Sailor Mouth
  • Artist Unknown
  • Jellyfish Hunter
  • The Fry Cook Games
  • Squid on Strike
  • Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm

As a flute player, my favorite episode from this season has to be Band Geeks. We get to see Squidward in his element, conducting a band, even if they’re not the best band.

Other episodes I’d recommend watching include Survival of the Idiots, Graveyard Shift, and Squid on Strike. I love that the last one teaches kids a bit about being able to strike when at work.

Of course, there’s also Your Shoe’s Untied, which teaches kids how to tie their shoes.

Season 3

Nasty Patty
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The next season came out in 2001 and aired new episodes until 2004. It contains 20 episodes with a total of 37 segments, so it does overlap with seasons before and after it.

Still, this season is another funny one to watch. I remember some of the episodes and watching them as a kid and loving them and the characters. A lot of them still hold up now.

Here are the segments from this season:

  • The Algae’s Always Greener
  • SpongeGuard on Duty
  • Club SpongeBob
  • My Pretty Seahorse
  • Just One Bite
  • The Bully
  • Nasty Patty
  • Idiot Box
  • Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV
  • Doing Time
  • Snowball Effect
  • One Krabs Trash
  • As Seen on TV
  • Can You Spare a Dime?
  • No Weenies Allowed
  • Squilliam Returns
  • Krab Borg
  • Rock-a-Bye Bivalve
  • Wet Painters
  • Krusty Krab Training Video
  • Party Pooper Pants
  • Chocolate With Nuts
  • Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V
  • New Student Starfish
  • Clams
  • Ugh
  • The Great Snail Race
  • Mid-Life Crustacean
  • Born Again Krabs
  • I Had an Accident
  • Krabby Land
  • The Camping Episode
  • Missing Identity
  • Plankton’s Army
  • The Sponge Who Could Fly
  • SpongeBob Meets the Strangler
  • Pranks a Lot

Some of my favorite episodes from this season include No Weenies Allowed and Chocolate With Nuts. I love seeing the robot at Weenie Hut Jr’s confirm SpongeBob is a Weenie.

And as a massive fan of chocolate, I relate to the old woman who goes crazy when SpongeBob tries to sell her some. Other great episodes from this season include I Had an Accident (SpongeBob stays inside) and Just One Bite (Squidward tries Krabby Patties).

Season 4

Dunces and Dragons
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With season 3, they finally let all of the episodes air before premiering season 4 in 2005. The season premiered new episodes through 2007, airing 38 segments within 20 episodes.

I love a lot of the episodes from this season, and they’re still just as funny to watch today. We get to see the characters being themselves, so this is a good season for new fans and longtime viewers.

Here are all of the season 4 segments of SpongeBob SquarePants:

  • Fear of a Krabby Patty
  • Shell of a Man
  • The Lost Mattress
  • Krabs vs. Plankton
  • Have You Seen This Snail?
  • Skill Crane
  • Good Neighbors
  • Selling Out
  • Funny Pants
  • Dunces and Dragons
  • Enemy In-Law
  • Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture
  • Patrick SmartPants
  • SquidBob TentaclePants
  • Krusty Towers
  • Mrs. Puff, You’re Fired
  • Chimps Ahoy
  • Ghost Host
  • Whale of a Birthday
  • Karate Island
  • All That Glitters
  • Wishing You Well
  • New Leaf
  • Once Bitten
  • Bummer Vacation
  • Wigstruck
  • Squidtastic Voyage
  • That’s No Lady
  • The Thing
  • Hocus Pocus
  • Driven to Tears
  • Rule of Dumb
  • Born to Be Wild
  • Best Frenemies
  • The Pink Purloiner
  • Squid Wood
  • Best Day Ever
  • The Gift of Gum

In my opinion, the best episodes from this season include Skill Crane, Good Neighbors, and Krusty Towers. I also love Funny Pants and Fear of a Krabby Patty.

Of course, the episode Krabs vs. Plankton is another classic, and it shows both characters being their exact selves. If you want to see a lawyer’s reaction to that episode, check out LegalEagle’s video.

Season 5

The Donut of Shame
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I’ll be honest, I didn’t watch season 5 when it first premiered as much as I’d watch earlier seasons. But I’ve been watching it as an adult and find it pretty funny.

The episodes are a bit ridiculous, but they’re entertaining. Consider the following segments that you’ll find in this group of episodes from 2007 to 2009.

  • Friend or Foe
  • The Original Fry Cook
  • Night Light
  • Rise and Shine
  • Waiting
  • Fungus Among Us
  • Spy Buddies
  • Boat Smarts
  • Good Ol’ Whatshisname
  • New Digs
  • Krabs a la Mode
  • Roller Cowards
  • Bucket Sweet Bucket
  • To Love a Patty
  • Breath of Fresh Squidward
  • Money Talks
  • SpongeBob vs. The Patty Gadget
  • Slimy Dancing
  • The Krusty Sponge
  • Sing a Song of Patrick
  • A Flea in Her Dome
  • The Donut of Shame
  • The Krusty Plate
  • Goo Goo Gas
  • Le Big Switch
  • Atlantis SquarePantis
  • Picture Day
  • Pat No Pay
  • BlackJack
  • Blackened Sponge
  • Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob
  • The Inmates of Summer
  • To Save a Squirrel
  • Pest of the West
  • 20,000 Patties Under the Sea
  • The Battle of Bikini Bottom
  • What Ever Happened to SpongeBob? / WhoBob WhatPants?
  • The Two Faces of Squidward
  • SpongeHenge
  • Banned in Bikini Bottom
  • Stanley S. SquarePants

Even though it came out in this season, Good Ol’ Whatshisname is a classic with Mr. What Zit Tooya. Some of my other favorites from this lineup include Friend or Foe and Fungus Among Us.

And as someone who hates being late, I love how SpongeBob decides to move into the Krusty Krab in New Digs. This season has some excellent segments.

Season 6

Penny Foolish
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From 2008 to 2010, Nickelodeon released season 6 of SpongeBob SquarePants. This season consists of 26 episodes and 47 segments in total.

I don’t remember a ton of the episodes from this season, but I remember some and find them very funny. Here are all of the segments from this part of the show:

  • House Fancy
  • Krabby Road
  • Penny Foolish
  • Nautical Novice
  • Spongicus
  • Suction Cup Symphony
  • Not Normal
  • Gone
  • The Splinter
  • Side Whistle Stooges
  • A Life in a Day
  • Sun Bleached
  • Giant Squidward
  • No Nose Knows
  • Patty Caper
  • Plankton’s Regular
  • Boating Buddies
  • The Krabby Kronicle
  • The Slumber Party
  • Grooming Gary
  • SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One / SpongeBob SquarePants and the Big Wave
  • Porous Pockets
  • Choir Boys
  • Krusty Krushers
  • The Card
  • Dear Vikings
  • Ditchin’
  • Grandpappy the Pirate
  • Cephalopod Lodge
  • Squid’s Visit
  • To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants
  • Shuffleboarding
  • Professor Squidward
  • Pet or Pests
  • Komputer Overload
  • Gullible Pants
  • Overbooked
  • No Hat for Pat
  • Toy Store of Doom
  • Sand Castles in the Sand
  • Shell Shocked
  • Chum Bucket Supreme
  • Single Cell Anniversary
  • Truth or Square
  • Stuck in the Freezer
  • Pineapple Fever
  • Chum Caverns
  • The Clash of Triton / Neptune’s Party

My favorite segment from this season is definitely Professor Squidward. I love how Squidward takes his chance to pretend to be his rival Squilliam, but of course, it’s all a setup by Squilliam.

Komputer Overload is another good one, and so is Shuffleboarding. I haven’t watched this season in a while, so I’ll have to revisit it.

Season 7

The Bad Guy Club for Villains
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Between 2009 and 2011, Nickelodeon premiered season 7 of SpongeBob SquarePants. The season consists of 50 segments within 26 episodes.

If you want to give this season a try, you have a lot to watch. Here are the segments in the order Nick packages them, not necessarily the broadcast order:

  • Tentacle-Vision
  • I ♥ Dancing
  • Growth Spout
  • Stuck in the Wringer
  • Someone’s in the Kitchen With Sandy
  • The Inside Job
  • Greasy Buffoons
  • Model Sponge
  • Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful
  • A Pal for Gary
  • Yours, Mine, and Mine
  • Kracked Krabs
  • The Curse of Bikini Bottom
  • Squidward in Clarinetland
  • SpongeBob’s Last Stand
  • Back to the Past
  • The Bad Guy Club for Villains
  • A Day Without Tears
  • Summer Job
  • On Coarse Meal
  • Gary in Love
  • The Play’s the Thing
  • Rodeo Daze
  • Grandma’s Secret Recipe
  • The Cent of Money
  • The Monster Who Came to Bikini Bottom
  • Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle
  • The Curse of the Hex
  • The Main Drain
  • Trenchbillies
  • Sponge-Cano!
  • The Great Patty Caper
  • That Sinking Feeling
  • Karate Star
  • Buried in Time
  • Enchanted Tiki Dreams
  • The Abrasive Side
  • Earworm
  • Hide and Then What Happens?
  • Shellback Shenanigans
  • The Masterpiece
  • Whelk Attack
  • You Don’t Know Sponge
  • Tunnel of Glove
  • Krusty Dogs
  • The Wreck of Mauna Loa
  • New Fish in Town
  • Love That Squid
  • Big Sister Sam
  • Perfect Chemistry

I love how this season gives us a look inside Super Weenie Hut Jr’s in Stuck in the Wringer. Patrick takes SpongeBob there for some ice cream.

Of course, as a musician, Squidward in Clarinetland almost makes me want a flute version, but that woulde be a nightmare. Another episode that features Squidward is The Play’s the Thing, when Mr. Krabs produces Squidward’s play (but only because he can charge money for tickets).

Season 8

Planet of the Jellyfish
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Nickelodeon released season 8 of SpongeBob SquarePants from 2011 to 2012. The season features 26 episodes with 47 segments between them.

I was actually just watching a few episodes from this season. While I didn’t watch these episodes during their premieres, I think it’s more than okay to watch them now.

Here are the segments you’ll find in this season:

  • Accidents Will Happen
  • The Other Patty
  • Drive Thru
  • The Hot Shot
  • A Friendly Game
  • Sentimental Sponge
  • Frozen Face-Offs
  • Squidward’s School for Grown-Ups
  • Oral Report
  • Sweet and Sour Squid
  • The Googly Artiste
  • A SquarePants Vacation
  • Patrick’s Staycation
  • Walking the Plankton
  • Mooncation
  • Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation
  • Ghoul Fools
  • Mermaid Man Begins
  • Plankton’s Good Eye
  • Barnacle Face
  • Pet Sitter Pat
  • House Sittin’ for Sandy
  • Smoothe Jazz at Bikini Bottom
  • Bubble Troubles
  • The Way of the Sponge
  • The Krabby Patty that Ate Bikini Bottom
  • Bubble Buddy Returns
  • Restraining SpongeBob
  • Fiasco!
  • Are You Happy Now?
  • Planet of the Jellyfish
  • Free Samples
  • Home Sweet Rubble
  • Karen 2.0
  • inSPONGEac
  • Face Freeze
  • Glove World R.I.P.
  • Squiditis
  • Demolition Doofus
  • Treats!!
  • For Here Or To Go?
  • It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!
  • Super Evil Aquatic Villain Team Up is Go!
  • Chum Franchisee
  • The Good Krabby Name
  • Move It or Lose It
  • Hello Bikini Bottom!

Some of my favorites from this season are Accidents Will Happen, Drive Thru, and Mermaid Man Begins. In the season premiere, Squidward fakes an injury after sleeping on the job and threatens to report Mr. Krabs if he doesn’t fulfill his demands.

And in Drive Thru, Mr. Krabs learns he can make more money by offering a drive-through option, but it causes havoc for Bikini Bottom. I love Mermaid Man Begins because we finally learn the origin story of the superhero and not just the one they show on TV.

Season 9

License to Milkshake
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Don’t ask me why, but Nickelodeon released season 9 from 2012 to 2017. This season consists of 49 segments within 26 episodes, so it’s not particularly long.

However, the episodes are still an excellent part of the overall series. If you want to catch up on this season, you’ll want to watch the following segments:

  • Extreme Spots
  • Squirrel Record
  • Patrick-Man!
  • Gary’s New Toy
  • License to Milkshake
  • Squidbaby
  • Little Yellow Book
  • Bumper to Bumper
  • Eek, an Urchin!
  • Squid Defense
  • Jailbreak!
  • Evil Spatula
  • It Came From Goo Lagoon
  • Safe Deposit Krabs
  • Plankton’s Pet
  • Don’t Look Now
  • Seance Shmeance
  • Kenny the Cat
  • Yeti Krabs
  • SpongeBob, You’re Fired
  • Lost in Bikini Bottom
  • Tutor Sauce
  • Squid Plus One
  • The Executive Treatment
  • Company Picnic
  • Pull Up a Barrel
  • Sanctuary!
  • What’s Eating Patrick?
  • Patrick! The Game
  • The Sewers of Bikini Bottom
  • SpongeBob LongPants
  • Larry’s Gym
  • The Fish Bowl
  • Married to Money
  • Mean Girl Pearl
  • Two Thumbs Down
  • Sharks vs. Pods
  • CopyBob DittoPants
  • Sold
  • Lame and Fortune
  • Goodbye, Krabby Patty?
  • Sandy’s Nutmare
  • Bulletin Board
  • Food Con Castaways
  • Snail Mail
  • Pineapple Invasion
  • Salsa Imbecilicus
  • Mutiny on the Krusty
  • The Whole Tooth

Yeti Krabs is an episode where we see a Yeti crab causing trouble in the town. A yeti crab is an actual animal, and I love how they incorporate real species when they can.

Some people have said that SpongeBob, You’re Fired is a controversial episode because it glorifies unemployment. But kids don’t care, and I think most adults know better.

There’s also Goodbye, Krabby Patty? The episode features the idea of frozen Krabby Patties, but we all know the fresh ones are the best.

Season 10

Mermaid Pants
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SpongeBob SquarePants finally reached 10 seasons in 2016. This season includes 11 episodes with 22 segments throughout the season, so it’s pretty short.

I don’t remember this season as much as the others, so I need to rewatch it. If you do the same, here are the segments you can expect to watch:

  • Whirly Brains
  • Mermaid Pants
  • Unreal Estate
  • Code Yellow
  • Mimic Madness
  • House Worming
  • Snooze You Lose
  • Krusty Katering
  • SpongeBob’s Place
  • Plankton Gets the Boot
  • Life Insurance Boost Your Bubble
  • Plankton Retires
  • Trident True
  • The Incredible Sinking Sponge
  • Sportz?
  • The Getaway
  • Lost and Found
  • Patrick’s Coupon
  • Out of the Picture
  • Feral Friends
  • Don’t Wake Patrick

Lost and Found features the lost and found of the Krusty Krab. It’s a very strange episode where some of the characters go to another dimension to retrieve lost items.

In Mermaid Pants, we see the gang pretend to be superheroes and supervillains. I love how Mr. Krabs is a Mermaid Man fan and how he convinces Squidward to join in the game.

Season 11

Squid Noir
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In Season 11, we get back to a more normal number of episodes (26). There are 50 segments in this series, so some of the segments take up full episodes.

This is another season I need to rewatch to remind myself of the plots of the segments. And I’ll be honest, like any cartoon, it’s not quite as funny as some of the earlier seasons.

Still, it can be exciting to watch these segments:

  • Cave Dwelling Sponge
  • The Clam Whisperer
  • Spot Returns
  • The Check-Up
  • Spin the Bottle
  • There’s a Sponge in My Soup
  • Man Ray Returns
  • Larry the Floor Manager
  • The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom
  • No Pictures Please
  • Stuck on the Roof
  • Krabby Patty Creature Feature
  • Teacher’s Pests
  • Sanitation Insanity
  • Bunny Hunt
  • Squid Noir
  • Scavenger Pants
  • Cuddle E. Hugs
  • Pat the Horse
  • Chatterbox Gary
  • Don’t Feed the Clowns
  • Drive Happy
  • Old Man Patrick
  • Fun-Sized Friends
  • Grandmum’s the Word
  • Doodle Dimension
  • Moving Bubble Bass
  • High Sea Diving
  • Bottle Burglars
  • My Leg!
  • Ink Lemonade
  • Mustard O’ Mine
  • Shopping List
  • Whale Watching
  • Krusty Kleaners
  • Patnocchio
  • ChefBob
  • Plankton Paranoia
  • Library Cards
  • Call the Cops
  • Surf N’ Turf
  • Goons on the Moon / SpaceBob MercyPants
  • Appointment TV
  • Karen’s Virus
  • The Grill is Gone
  • The Night Patty
  • Bubbletown
  • Girls’ Night Out
  • Squirrel Jelly
  • The String

We see a lot of “X character Returns” episodes in this season. It’s cool to bring characters back, like Man Ray, the villain opposite of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy.

I like how we get a call back to one of the earlier seasons in Shopping List. If you look closely, you can see the graves of Dirty Dan and Pinhead Larry.

Season 12

The Krusty Slammer
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Season 12 started airing in 2018 and finished in 2022 at the end of April. It’s creator Stephen Hillenburg’s final season working on the show since he passed away from ALS in 2018.

This season has the standard 26 episodes, and there are 48 segments. If you want to check it out, you can watch the following segments and episodes:

  • FarmerBob
  • Gary & Spot
  • The Nitwitting
  • The Ballad of Filthy Muck
  • The Krusty Slammer
  • Pineapple RV
  • Gary’s Got Legs
  • King Plankton
  • Plankton’s Old Chum
  • Stormy Weather
  • Swamp Mates
  • One Trick Sponge
  • The Krusty Bucket
  • Squid’s on a Bus
  • Sandy’s Nutty Nieces
  • Insecurity Guards
  • Broken Alarm
  • Karen’s Baby
  • Shell Games
  • Senior Discount
  • Mind the Gap
  • Dirty Bubble Returns
  • Jolly Lodgers
  • Biddy Sitting
  • SpongeBob’s Big Birthday Blowout
  • SpongeBob in RandomLand
  • SpongeBob’s Bad Habit
  • Handemonium
  • Breakin’
  • Boss for a Day
  • The Goofy Newbie
  • The Ghost of Plankton
  • My Two Krabses
  • Knock Knock, Who’s There?
  • Pat Hearts Squid
  • Lighthouse Louie
  • Hiccup Plague
  • A Cabin in the Kelp
  • The Hankering
  • Who R Zoo?
  • Kwarantined Krab
  • Plankton’s Intern
  • Patrick’s Tantrum
  • Bubble Bass’s Tab
  • Kooky Cooks
  • Escape from Beneath Glove World / Escape from Glove World
  • Krusty Koncessionaires
  • Dream Hoppers

It’s cool to see the first villain we meet come back in Dirty Bubble Returns. The bubble is surprisingly one of the worst villains in the Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy universe.

I also love that they had a special episode to celebrate 20 years of SpongeBob SquarePants. Let’s hope the show continues for another 20 more years!

Another fun fact about this season has to do with Kwarantined Krab. It was supposed to premiere in spring 2020, but they pushed it back after the COVID-19 pandemic began.

Season 13

Goofy Scoopers
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As of September 2022, Nickelodeon is in the middle of airing season 13 of SpongeBob SquarePants. The episodes will total 26, and 10 have aired so far.

Those episodes include:

  • A Place for Pets
  • Lockdown for Love
  • Under the Small Top
  • Squidward’s Sick Daze
  • Goofy Scoopers
  • Pat the Dog
  • Something Narwhal Comes This Way
  • C.H.U.M.S
  • SpongeBob’s Road to Christmas
  • Potato Puff
  • There Will Be Grease
  • The Big Bad Bubble Bass
  • Sea-Man Sponge Haters Club
  • Food PBFFT! Truck
  • Upturn Girls
  • Say Awww!
  • Patrick the Mailman
  • Captain Pipsqueak
  • Plane to Sea

We still have 16 episodes that are left, so I’m excited to see what those are all about. I heard a rumor that one will show SpongeBob working at the Salty Spitoon, the place he was too big a weenie to get into.

I’ll have to make sure I catch up with all of these episodes first, though. And you should do the same if you want to watch all of the new episodes.

Where to Watch SpongeBob Episodes

If you want to watch SpongeBob SquarePants, you have a few options. Of course, you can get a cable subscription and watch new episodes when they premiere.

A cable subscription is also good if you want to watch old episodes that air again on Nickelodeon.

The way I primarily watch the show is with a Paramount Plus account. I have the basic plan, so there are some commercials, but it’s pretty affordable, and you get access to most (if not all) other Nick shows.

There’s also Amazon Prime Video, which has most of the episodes. You can also buy the episodes or seasons you want if you don’t have a Prime account.

And if you want to watch the show for free, your best bet is Nick.com. You won’t find all of the episodes on there, but it’s a start.


Question: How many SpongeBob SquarePants episodes are there?

Answer: As of late September 2022, there are 277 episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants. There are another 16 episodes that have yet to air, so that will bring the total to 293 at some point.
When Nick releases new seasons, the total will increase even more.

Question: Will SpongeBob get another season?

Answer: Nickelodeon renewed SpongeBob SquarePants for the 14th season in March of 2022. Be sure to keep an eye out for more details on when it will premiere and how to watch it.

Question: Can you watch SpongeBob for free?

Answer: You can watch SpongeBob for free with a free trial of Paramount Plus or Amazon Prime Video. However, you’ll eventually need to pay to maintain your subscription.
Another option is to add the subscription to your holiday or birthday wishlist. Then, someone else can pay for you, and you can watch SpongeBob as much as you want.

Final Note on the SpongeBob Episodes Guide

SpongeBob is one of the longest-running Nickelodeon shows and one of the longest-running cartoons overall. It may only have 13 seasons, but those seasons pack a punch with close to 300 episodes.

Be sure to watch the show on cable, Paramount Plus, or Amazon. That way, you can catch up on the episodes you missed or rewatch ones you already love.

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