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  • Meow.

  • Those were the last known words of one Gary the snail

  • before he was suddenly snailnapped.

  • If you watched the new movie Sponge On the Run,

  • you may think you know the whole story,

  • but maybe that's just what they want you to think.

  • What if the kidnapping of Gary the snail was actually one big conspiracy?

  • What if everyone in Bikini Bottom was in on it?

  • And what if it was all being secretly controlled by

  • by one true puppet master?

  • This is Bikini Bottom Mysteries.

  • It was an ordinary day in Bikini Bottom.

  • Realistic fish swam through the coral reef,

  • Giant clams made bird sounds, but also dog sounds,

  • and everything was three dimensional when an innocent snail was abducted

  • by Sheldon Plankton and sent to the lost City of Atlantic City.

  • But new evidence suggests that this lost city was never lost at all.

  • Exhibit A:

  • The Bikini Bottom conspiracy.

  • Don't be distracted by its bright lights, exciting lifestyle and connections

  • to the Illuminati, because beneath the flare,

  • Atlantic City is shrouded with mysterious signs,

  • signs that explain things like cactus or best gyro pizza.

  • Okay, does that even mean?

  • But the strangest sign, the sign that tells us something's

  • not quite right about this city, is the sign that reads 'the Krusty Krab'.

  • Why would citizens of Atlantic City advertise a restaurant

  • from a different city hundreds of miles away?

  • Why don't you ask Tom the chocolate guy?

  • What is a known citizen of Bikini Bottom,

  • who does yoga in the Krusty Krab apparently,

  • doing lurking in a supposedly lost city?

  • I know what you're thinking.

  • Maybe he just came for the chocolate.

  • But then how do you explain this fish,

  • who was cited in Bikini Bottom that very morning?

  • Or this fish who was eating at the Krusty Krab

  • just before SpongeBob left Bikini Bottom?

  • Or this fish? Or this fish?

  • Or this fish?

  • That's right. Every single fish who ate at the Krusty Krab

  • the day Gary was snailnapped can be caught

  • following SpongeBob around Atlantic City.

  • Did they follow him here, or did they lure him here?

  • And how did they all get here before SpongeBob?

  • It's not like they have strange supernatural powers.

  • Exhibit B:

  • Strange supernatural powers.

  • That's right. Among these suspicious fishes stalking SpongeBob

  • is this fish known only as strange bald fish

  • wearing two gold chains or SPFWGTC for short.

  • Like the other fish, he was seen entering

  • the Krusty Krab the day Gary went missing.

  • But unlike the other fish, just under one second later,

  • he was sighted entering the Krusty Krab again.

  • That's right, SPFWGTC

  • was in two places at once,

  • and he's not the only SpongeBob stalker with this strange ability.

  • Take a look at this fish wearing a golden key

  • when SpongeBob's driving this, uh, dolphin

  • golden key guy can be spotted loitering behind him.

  • But if you watch carefully, you'll see he's also driving this bus.

  • Later, he passes by SpongeBob's game of roulette

  • and then less than a second passes, and he appears again over here.

  • In fact, Golden Key Guy can be spotted all over Atlantic City,

  • always keeping on close eye on SpongeBob..

  • Finally, let's turn back the clock to SpongeBob's childhood at Camp Coral.

  • Take a look at this fish. Look familiar?

  • I know we can only see the back of his head,

  • but I know the back of that head like back of my hand.

  • Take away the red shirt and gold belt,

  • and this fish is clearly a duplicate of Tom the chocolate guy.

  • That's right. There is no escape from these fishing facsimiles.

  • And what do each of them have in common?

  • One common thread that connects these mysterious strangers:

  • they're all wearing something made of gold.

  • Coincidence? Or is it the gold itself that gives them their strange powers?

  • How could these ordinary citizens get their fins on such supernatural gold?

  • Let's find out in Exhibit C, the true mastermind.

  • What if everything that happened, every move SpongeBob made

  • was actually planned by a secret puppet master pulling all the strings?

  • Take a closer look at Atlantic City,

  • a city whose image is all about happiness, excitement and fun.

  • What doesn't fit in here?

  • What one building actually promotes misery, anguish and suffering?

  • How about Davey Jones Locker?

  • Take a closer look at SpongeBob's time

  • in this strange ghost town, a town that's bathed

  • in harsh yellow sunlight covered in the earthy tones of the Old West.

  • What stands out against this sea of yellows, browns and reds?

  • A strange green glow shining on SpongeBob.

  • I don't see a green light source anywhere.

  • And finally, take a closer look

  • at the beginning of SpongeBob's journey

  • as he drives across an endless empty landscape.

  • If you look very closely, you might just barely see

  • this giant flippin' pirate ship, a giant flippin' pirate ship

  • full of an endless supply of gold.

  • Could it be cursed pirate gold?

  • The same gold used to grant these citizens supernatural powers?

  • Think about it. Who do you know that's known for having

  • an ancient sunken pirate ship and a collection of cursed treasure?

  • Who do you know that gives off a distinct green glow

  • everywhere he goes?

  • And who do you know that has an affinity for Davy Jones Locker?

  • Sounds a lot like the Flying Dutchman, everyone's favorite undead pirate.

  • And who do SpongeBob and Patrick

  • encounter at Goner Gulch at the start of their journey?

  • An entire saloon full of undead pirates.

  • Hey, yo, SpongeBob, I gotta dip.

  • Y'all got this.

  • Did they use their ghostly powers

  • to transport these citizens to Atlantic City?

  • Did they provide the cursed pirate gold giving some of those citizens

  • strange powers of their own?

  • And were they casting that famous undead pirate green glow

  • as they secretly guided SpongeBob every step of the way?

  • Which leaves us with one final question.

  • Why are these undead pirates so heavily connected to the plot

  • to kidnap Gary the snail? We may never know the truth

  • about these strange citizens, the mysterious gold

  • or the motives of the undead pirates.

  • But one thing's for sure.

  • Deep within the scenes of the new movie Sponge On the Run

  • lay the answers to all these questions.

  • Can you find them?

Meow.

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Who Kidnapped Gary? ? Bikini Bottom Mysteries | The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run

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    Summer posted on 2021/03/06
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