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    cartoon Spongebob Squarepants‚ the writers of the show often use satire to express serious problems‚ through jokes that kids don’t often catch onto. The problem with this‚ though‚ is that the episodes that satirize the most important subjects‚ are often the ones that receive the most backlash. Many of parents believe that although their child won’t pick up on the heavy content‚ those real world problems should not be present in their child’s cartoon. A major satire tool used in SpongeBob is a hyperbole

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    Abstract The aim of this research is to observe the use of signs in each character in cartoon “Spongebob SquarePants”. The research is focused on analyzing traits and behaviors of each character in this cartoon which represented signs. This paper describes meanings behind characters in cartoon “Spongebob SquarePants”. In this cartoon‚ there are seven main characters which have special traits. The behaviors and traits are a sign which represent something hidden. This research was made based on two

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    a rock all the time and doesn’t really do anything. In fact in the episode "Big Pink Loser" he got an award for doing nothing the longest. 2. Wrath-Squidward Wrath involves feelings of hatred and anger. Squidward hates his life‚ usually hates SpongeBob‚ and is pretty much angry most of the time. 3. Greed-Mr. Krabs Obviously Mr. Krabs is greedy and desires money. How could Greed not be Krabs? He actually sang about the power of greed in "Selling Out". 4. Envy-Plankton Plankton is envious of

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    Lawrence Written Communication 1‚ English 101 Critical Analysis draft # 2 March 22‚ 2011 The Idiocy of SpongeBob SpongeBob Squarepants is a television show made for kids that has been on air for couple of years now. The show is about a talking sponge that goes by the name of SpongeBob. The show takes place under the ocean in Bikini Bottom. From the very first episode SpongeBob starts off by making friends and by getting a job working at a fast food restaurant named the Krusty Krab. The

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    seconds‚ SpongeBob possesses the fastest paste of all shows sampled‚ but still falls within the moderately paced category. Discussion Today‚ animated shows span a wide gamut in the spectrums of character action‚ pace‚ and fantastical content. Research question one asked what actions and graphic changes appear most often in modern animated shows. In comparing the frequencies of character action‚ three of the four shows characters that are mostly stationary; the exception is SpongeBob Squarepants which

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    The cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants is in hot water from a study suggesting that watching just nine minutes of that program can cause short-term attention and learning problems in 4-year-olds.The problems were seen in a study of 60 children randomly assigned to either watch SpongeBob‚ or the slower-paced PBS cartoon Caillou or assigned to draw pictures. Immediately after these nine-minute assignments‚ the kids took mental function tests; those who had watched SpongeBob did measurably worse

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    SpongeBob May Harm Children’s Brains” SpongeBob SquarePants‚ the wildly popular Nickelodeon has been under buzz as the cheerful‚ buzzing sponge can threaten a child’s normal development. After much research‚ studies have shows that the television program has many characteristics that would make a child perform half as well as a child watching a public access cartoon. The every 11 second scene change during the T.V show doesn’t defend the case anymore‚ as that causes mass confusion amongst the

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    we’ll remember forever‚ to the feature length movie that solidified SpongeBob as a worldwide phenomenon. Let’s not forget‚ however‚ the impact that this show has had on us‚ the viewer. From kids to adults‚ SpongeBob SquarePants brightens the day of anyone who watches his amusing misadventures (well‚ most people anyway‚ but that’s another story). Just to think‚ he’s done all of this while living in a pineapple under the sea. SpongeBob debuted in July of 1999 and it could only be described as the laugh

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    time. My absolute favourite one is Spongebob Squarepants I just adore that yellow guy. My second one is “Ed Edd n Eddie” three teens always getting in trouble. And finally my third one is Fairy Odd Parents‚ I would have loved to grow up and get my entire wishes granted! I feel like Spongebob Squarepants will always be everyone favorited show because how can you not love him and all that energy he as. I’m 19 years old and to this day I will watch The Spongebob Movie and enjoy every bit of it‚ even

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    Studios‚ Inc.‚ and Stephen Hillenburg‚ the creator and Executive Producer of SpongeBob SquarePants. Troy Walker alleges that Stephen Hillenburg’s series SpongeBob SquarePants (SBSP) infringes the copyright of Troy Walker’s comic strip‚ “Mr. Bob Spongee ‘The Unemployed Sponge.’”. (Walker v. Viacom International‚ Inc.‚ et.‚ al Defendants‚ 2008) My case study is of an Intellectual Property Infringement case of SpongeBob SquarePants from 2008. I will outline in my case study the outcomes of the lawsuit.

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