Holidays with SpongeBob 3-DVD Gift Set Review


“Celebrate Christmas, Halloween and Valentine’s Day, Bikini Bottom-style with SpongeBob, Patrick, Sandy and the rest of the crew in SpongeBob SquarePants: Holidays with SpongeBob. This 3-DVD collection includes Christmas, Halloween and To Love a Patty, released just in time for the gift-giving season. Created by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment, SpongeBob SquarePants: Holidays with SpongeBob is available on DVD on Nov. 15, 2011, for the suggested retail price of $29.99.

My boys are crazy about SpongeBob and this three DVD gift set is a great way to treat your SpongeBob fan this Christmas.  There are three discs included featuring SpongeBob SquarePants:  Christmas, SpongeBob SquarePants:  Halloween, and SpongeBob SquarePants:  To Love a Patty.  Themed character DVD’s are always a hit in our house and this SpongeBob set was no exception.  My boys love Halloween and Christmas themed stories especially and they are currently watching the Christmas DVD.  As always with SpongeBob the situations are silly and ridiculous and let my kids with a multitude of giggles.

Here is a breakdown of the shows included on each disc.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Christmas
Christmas Who?
Everyone is disappointed when Santa does not show on Christmas morning, especially SpongeBob.

SpongeBob has to write an essay but every time he begins, he finds another excuse to stop.

Snowball Effect
Squidward discovers the joy and competition of snowball fighting.

Survival of the Idiots
Sandy is hibernating for the winter with strict orders for SpongeBob and Patrick to stay out.

Mermaidman and Barnacleboy IV
SpongeBob finds Mermaidman’s secret utility belt and nearly destroys Bikini Bottom.

Chocolate with Nuts
SpongeBob and Patrick sell chocolate bars from door-to-door.

As Seen on TV
SpongeBob makes a short cameo in a Krusty Krab commercial and thinks he is famous.

Pizza Delivery
SpongeBob and Squidward deliver the first-ever Krusty Krab pizza.

Squeaky Boots
Mr. Krabs tricks SpongeBob into buying a worthless pair of fry cook boots.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Halloween
Scaredy Pants
Patrick helps SpongeBob conjure up the scariest Halloween costume ever.

Imitation Krabs
Plankton disguises himself as Mr. Krabs in order to steal the Krabby Patty formula.

SpongeBob and Patrick discover a pencil that makes everything they draw come to life.

I Was a Teenage Gary
SpongeBob and Squidward are accidentally turned into snails.

Squidward, the Unfriendly Ghost
SpongeBob and Patrick think that they killed Squidward and are haunted by his “ghost.”

The Secret Box
SpongeBob will stop at nothing to find out the secret that Patrick keeps hidden in a box.

Band Geeks
Squidward gets the chance to upstage Squilliam at the famous Bubble Bowl.

Welcome to the Chum Bucket
Mr. Krabs loses SpongeBob’s fry cook contract to Plankton.

My Pretty Seahorse
SpongeBob attempts to tame a wild seahorse.

Idiot Box
The boys order a large-screen television so they can play in the box.

SpongeBob SquarePants: To Love a Patty
To Love a Patty
SpongeBob has trouble saying Goodbye to the most perfect Krabby Patty he has ever cooked.

A Flea in Her Dome
SpongeBob and Patrick try to help Sandy rid her Tree Dome of fleas.

Mermaidman vs. SpongeBob
Plankton has brainwashed Mermaidman and Barnacle Boy! With the dynamic duo under Plankton’s control, he orders them to wreak havoc on the Krusty Krab. It’s up to SpongeBob and his trusty spatula to save the day.

Le Big Switch
SpongeBob switches places with a snooty French chef from a high-end restaurant.

The Donut of Shame
When Patrick accidentally takes SpongeBob’s donut he is overcome with guilt for his heinous crime.

SpongeBob’s parents are missing and all clues point to cousin Blackjack, the family bully.

Blackened Sponge
SpongeBob accidentally gives himself a black eye while taking the cap off the toothpaste! Embarrassed, he makes up a tale about being in a nasty fight.

Holidays With Spongebob is available for purchase from Amazon for $21.99


I received the above mentioned DVD for review purposes, all opinions are my own.

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