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  • watching this show is like watching an aquarium.

  • They know we're out there.

  • Hey, guys, it's Phoebe with Watch Mojo.

  • Today we're counting down our picks for the top 14th wall breaks in.

  • SpongeBob SquarePants may remember a wizard.

  • We're taking a look at some of the funniest moments of self awareness in Bikini Bottom.

  • Let's get to it.

  • Number 10.

  • The Confused Family.

  • I did it.

  • I made it outside.

  • Nothing can stop me now.

  • Remember this ending?

  • We're SpongeBob.

  • Sandy and Patrick encounter someone in a gorilla suit.

  • SpongeBob asks what the ape is doing underwater in the first place, and the primate hastily rides off into the sunset on a horse.

  • Sure, why not?

  • George, they're onto us.

  • Let's get out of here.

  • However, immediately afterward, we zoom out to a real life family, sitting on their couch, watching the episode and looking even more confused than we are before finally shutting the TV off.

  • It's like the show itself, predicted the audience's reaction to this bizarre ending and decided to beat their viewers to the punch.

  • It works perfectly with the family's hilarious reaction and shows that the Siri's rarely takes itself too seriously.

  • Number nine.

  • The Trustee slab while on a tour of the surface, SpongeBob and Patrick end up visiting an eerily familiar restaurant, the Trustee Slab.

  • If it wasn't already obvious.

  • This is the surface World Slash live action counterpart of the Krusty Krab, and its employees are all human equivalents of SpongeBob Squid Word and Mr Crabs.

  • Sir, could you please owners something?

  • There are a lot of people waiting here.

  • Some of us have lied.

  • Naturally.

  • There's also a live action Patrick in Sandy as trustee slab customers and a humanized plankton as the restaurant's biggest rival.

  • All these humanized duplicates are portrayed by the character's voice actors, and they not only showcase their acting skills outside the recording booth, but also how they perfectly replicate their characters.

  • Mannerisms, restaurant hungry customers out there, where their burgers.

  • Mr Slabs, You know that I can't serve this levee batty until it's book.

  • Yes, if only SpongeBob and Patrick could see the connection is weekend Guy number eight.

  • You just struck another pedestrian.

  • Ah, the French narrator, the seldom seen Jacques Cousteau like voice that helps set the scene at the beginning of an episode and reads the timecards Delia again at the bikini bottom Melting school Today is once again the day of SpongeBob Boating school exam.

  • However, it can be a dangerous job.

  • For example, while setting the scene for SpongeBob's boating test, he accidentally ends up right in the Little Square dudes path.

  • SpongeBob quickly approaches, and then, bam!

  • He accidentally runs over the poor narrator.

  • We even get a brief shot of the unconscious storyteller and this camera.

  • Importantly, this is the last test for the year, and if SpongeBob does not pass this one, it means in another whole year.

  • Thankfully, the narrator survived the accident, but it just goes to show that not even he can escape.

  • Siri Zany slapstick.

  • He's definitely a lot safer as a disembodied voice lap.

  • Oh, nothing.

  • SpongeBob.

  • You just struck another pedestrian number.

  • Seven.

  • SpongeBob rides the bubbles.

  • Another staple of the Siri's is all the bubble wipes, where a huge wall of bubbles floats across the screen as we transition from one scene to another.

  • While it's definitely a dazzling sight in the episode born to be wild, it hasn't even more practical use.

  • SpongeBob fears for bikini bottoms safety.

  • When a biker gang starts riding into town nation Don't you know who the wild ones are?

  • No, I don't know who you are.

  • You that why they're the most ferocious bloodthirsty?

  • He needs to warn everyone and decides to take the shortcut.

  • What is the shortcut?

  • You may ask hitching a ride on the bubble wipe which takes him directly to the next scene inside the Krusty Krab.

  • It's comforting to know that SpongeBob can rely on going meta in a state of emergency.

  • Everybody, I'd better take the shortcut.

  • Brute burn occurs.

  • Did you come from a damaged aircraft?

  • Number six?

  • The narrator quids a newly unemployed squid Word has been living with SpongeBob until he can get back on his feet.

  • And while SpongeBob is saintly, optimistic, the French narrator isn't so patient.

  • He reads to title card showing how squid word's been mooching off of his neighbor for months.

  • But on the third card, so much time has passed that the producers had to hire a new narrator Once French.

  • You got tired of waiting so much later that the old narrator got tired of waiting and they had to hire a new what?

  • Thankfully Frenchy comes back a few episodes later.

  • But you know it's bad when even he can't stand squid words freeloading anymore.

  • Coincidentally, it was at this sudden departure that SpongeBob finally snaps and tries to shoot his lazy neighbor away.

  • Way to stand up for Frenchie Little Square Dude, that it's already contaminated by the bad lemon had wild work.

  • That's two things in this house that won't work.

  • Number five squid words pain.

  • Every so often, a character will have no one else to talk to but themselves.

  • But they look directly towards the camera to keep us in the loop with what's going on.

  • Now I'll be able to get a crabby patty the simplest way possible.

  • In one instance, after Squid Word gets his ear drum shattered from a cruel prank, he looks directly at the camera and confirms that he's in horrible pain.

  • He assures us that he's not faking it, but we were already convinced the poor guy had tears in his eyes.

  • For Neptune's sake.

  • Oh, I'm not faking it, you know that really hurt, considering what squid word tends to go through on a daily basis.

  • It's easy to feel sorry for him, but it's kind of sad watching him reach out to the audience for sympathy like this bill.

  • And what is this for?

  • It's for my dear.

  • Replace much surgery Number four Underwater physics With their new life on the run, SpongeBob and Patrick take a brief moment of comfort around a campfire.

  • We can never go home.

  • Pat Moore wanted.

  • Men will spend the rest of our lives running.

  • However, Patrick quickly points out what a lot of us are wondering.

  • How can they start a fire of their underwater before Patrick can even finish the question?

  • The fire immediately goes out, but at least it's warm around the fire.

  • Okay, if we're underwater, how could there be?

  • Being a zany, surreal cartoon means that the Siri's doesn't have to obey the laws of physics, but it's a lot funnier when they decide to point out their own inconsistencies.

  • And the perfect timing for this joke's punchline made it even better.

  • This wouldn't be the last time the Siri's calls out its own logic, but it never stops being hilarious.

  • I'd sure like to go to this party, but I can't read the invitation.

  • Whoever sent this obviously has no idea about the physical limitations of life underwater number three squid.

  • Words 11 minutes of misery.

  • Screwed word you and your nose will definitely not fit in.

  • Why do you tow Ciro's know about fitting in?

  • Thanks to his burning curiosity, Squid word ends up trapped in the middle of kelp forest with SpongeBob and Patrick Shut your half wet pi halls.

  • I don't know.

  • Norwell want Toby.

  • Realizing he's now living his worst nightmare, the cephalopod asks himself why every 11 minutes of his life is full of misery.

  • No, why must every 11 minutes on my life be filled with one?

  • Any longtime viewer knows that SpongeBob's adventures usually have an 11 minute runtime, and squid word always seems to know that 11 minutes is all it takes for something to go awry.

  • He took off his pants.

  • I'll give him a week.

  • There's a lot more truth to his whining, since in a lot of episodes are poor.

  • Grouchy neighbor ends up suffering in one way or another.

  • It tugs at the heartstrings to see that he's able to count the minutes of his own misery.

  • Should I have the spaghetti or the turkey?

  • Then how about that suit Number two.

  • The talking ceiling throughout the crusty crabs training video, the Amish into narrator explains the ins and outs of the restaurant to potential new employees.

  • You are now employed by one of the most successful restaurants in bikini Bottom, but it didn't get that way overnight because the store closes at six.

  • Aside from a few small interactions, no one really questions the narrator's existence until Patrick enters the scene.

  • Now we move from behind the scenes to the front lines.

  • We will examine the most important aspect of the industry customer or, as we like to say, the crust.

  • Um er, are you a ghost?

  • The minute he hears the narrator speak, Patrick is frightened by the talking ceiling and tries to warn squid word on Lee to have his concerns brushed off.

  • You're gonna order something or just make friends with the paneling.

  • We can't say we blame Patrick.

  • Wouldn't you find some disembodied voice coming from the ceiling?

  • Kind of unsettling.

  • Not all of them are a soothing and iconic as the French narrator.

  • Does this mean I get to make a crabby patty now?

  • No, you can't make a crabby patty without understanding the phrase poop.

  • Regardless, it's always a treat to hear the voice overs acknowledged by the characters, even if it is out of fear.

  • Before we unveil our most self aware number One pick.

  • Here are some meta honorable mentions.

  • How do you expect us to go up to the surface?

  • We won't be able to breathe.

  • All right, All secondary characters come with me.

  • Here we go one hour later.

  • Just a few more seconds of mental preparation and I'll be painting the wall two hours later.

  • I'm getting to the painting.

  • Three hours to loiter time.

  • I may finally have found a place where I can be all hello.

  • 1000 impressions later.

  • Would you please stop imitating me?

  • It is starting to get value in doing number one, Mister crabs versus the orchestra.

  • Sure that over.

  • But you gotta learn to roll with the punches.

  • Go with the flow.

  • Don't bring anything on a boat.

  • Jay prepared clam fishing.

  • SpongeBob accidentally hooks mister crabs $1,000,000 on his line.

  • Suddenly dramatic jaws music starts playing and crabs is terrified at what will happen, you know, quick.

  • Really?

  • Then can't you hear the music?

  • That's a 44 string ostinato in D minor.

  • Every sailor knows that means death.

  • Frantic Crabs manages to find a live action orchestra playing the music and begs them to stop, to no avail.

  • Leader on he actually manages to use the orchestra to drive the monstrous clam and save his beloved dollar.

  • Having the characters acknowledge the background music is hilarious enough, but to try and stop it or use it to their own advantage is ultra meta.

  • It's like they want to change the whole episode's narrative.

  • It almost makes us wonder how much control the characters have over their lives.

  • Who knew a show about a sea sponge could have so many subtly comedic moments?

  • What do you guys think?

  • Let us know in the comments or tweet me at Phoebe, underscored WN and check out this video.

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