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  • Ah, look at 'em. Ain't he a doll?

  • Both two dimensional and too grumpy, DoodleBob is one of those characters

  • that, well, frankly, makes no sense.

  • Let's examine.

  • I'll draw me and when Squidward answers the door,

  • it won't be me.

  • His appearance is bizarre, to say the least.

  • The eyes are inconsistent and off center.

  • The hands are not really hands.

  • All he needs is tie.

  • But at least he remembered to add a tie.

  • Ready for action!

  • Say what you will about SpongeBob's amazing Krabby Patty building skills.

  • But his drawing skills leave a lot to be desired.

  • Eh, everybody's a critic.

  • But wait, didn't SpongeBob claim...

  • "I was voted most artistic in high school."?

  • And judging by skills in Squidward's art class,

  • he's not kidding.

  • What the? How the? A perfect circle?

  • First, I draw this head,

  • Then, I erase some of the more detailed features

  • And one, two, three... a circle, uhh, thingy.

  • So why is this self-portrait so crude?

  • It makes no sense.

  • Next, we must look at how DoodleBob was created.

  • Pencils typically draw on paper. Standard, right?

  • But have you ever seen a pencil drawing on sand?

  • Pretty good, SpongeBob.

  • How about a rock?

  • Or on somebody's face?

  • Life is good!

  • I mean, maybe with a marker, sure, but a pencil?

  • Hair!

  • This makes very little sense.

  • I guess that's why this pencil is magic.

  • We found a magic pencil!

  • How about the opposite of creation?

  • This pencil is equipped with an effective eraser

  • that not only erases drawings, but sponges and butts, as well.

  • [talking gibberish]

  • [screaming]

  • Does this make sense to you?

  • Ha-ha, didn't think so.

  • But what about when SpongeBob attempted to erase DoodleBob

  • from existence?

  • I am SpongeBob! Destroyer of evil!

  • Oops, missed a spot.

  • So parts of DoodleBob can act on their own?

  • [footsteps]

  • [toilet flushing]

  • Oh and the hand just used the toilet?

  • Um, waiter, can I get a little more sense sprinkled onto this meal?

  • Side note, at one point, the magic pencil is brought back.

  • Boink!

  • Has... has SpongeBob been keeping it in his brain this entire time?

  • What else is he keeping in there?

  • Ah, that's too much. Moving on.

  • Where did this magic pencil come from, anyway?

  • Let's track its origins.

  • [screaming]

  • [screaming]

  • [screaming]

  • Ah ha!

  • It came from the surface, which explains its photographic qualities.

  • But why would the artist take a boat to the middle of the sea to draw the sea?

  • Standing on the shore is much less bouncy,

  • and your art doesn't require a life preserver.

  • I'm just saying, saying it doesn't make sense.

  • But back to do to DoodleBob, himself.

  • He sprung to life after being drawn in the sand,

  • which makes no sense by itself.

  • But what is with the attitude?

  • Ooh! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow!

  • He's beating up Squidward!

  • [laughing]

  • He came from SpongeBob having a bit of fun.

  • So shouldn't he be having a bit of fun, too?

  • Since this makes none.

  • [talking gibberish]

  • Besides the attitude, DoodleBob has a lot to say.

  • [talking gibberish]

  • I-I'm sorry, what was that?

  • [talking gibberish]

  • Hmm. I can't get much from that.

  • Let's analyze this scientifically.

  • Let's try inverting the stereo image

  • while reversing the time flow in a spectrogram.

  • [talking gibberish]

  • Well, even with all that science,

  • none of what he says makes any sense.

  • What do you think you're doing, Doodle?!

  • You Doodle! Me SpongeB--

  • Hold it. Wait. Wait. We got something.

  • He just spoke in English, nonetheless.

  • You Doodle! Me SpongeBob!

  • Why? Most of it is in gibberish, and now he decides to communicate clearly?

  • Here, go ahead and analyze this audio clip.

  • [talking gibberish]

  • This makes no sense.

  • He was just a two dimensional creature

  • lost in our three dimensional aquatic world, longing for a purpose.

  • That's true, DoodleBob is quite flat. But one thing doesn't add up.

  • How does this two dimensional living drawing

  • understand our three dimensions?

  • Once DoodleBob uses the magic pencil,

  • he's able to create three dimensional objects,

  • such as a bowling ball.

  • And now a deep hole in the ground.

  • [screaming]

  • How would he even know these things exist?

  • And for that matter, how does any of this make sense?

  • Uh! Where's the leak, ma'am?

  • Maybe things make more sense within the doodle dimension.

  • He is, after all, a two dimensional being.

  • So maybe...

  • [talking gibberish]

  • No. Ha. Nope, all hope of this making sense is lost.

  • SpongeBob, Patrick, get us outta here.

  • Sandy, we're back!

  • DoodleBob, he's wily, he's two dimensional,

  • he makes no sense,

  • and for that he's an unforgettable entry in SpongeBob SquarePants.

  • [talking gibberish]

  • You know what does make sense?

  • Subscribing to SpongeBob's YouTube channel.

  • There you can watch your favorite SpongeBob moments

  • in videos like this all in one place.

  • Happy drawing.

  • [talking gibberish]

Ah, look at 'em. Ain't he a doll?

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    Summer posted on 2021/03/11
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