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  • While the new SpongeBob series, Kamp Koral's

  • an exciting fresh take on the characters we love.

  • If you watch closely, this show is packed

  • with callbacks to classic SpongeBob moments.

  • Some are pretty obvious, and others are harder to catch.

  • So, we thought, it'd be a good idea

  • to break down that first episode

  • and find all those little hidden Easter eggs and details.

  • So, let's dive.

  • SpongeBob I'm off to summer camp

  • Okay? So off the bat we see that this show

  • still has the DNA of the original

  • right from the new theme song.

  • Just like the original theme song...

  • Who lives in a pineapple Under the sea? ♪

  • SpongeBob SquarePants

  • It incorporates a choir of kids singing about SpongeBob.

  • SpongeBob

  • And it gives us a few shots of familiar elements,

  • like how you could see Mrs. Puff being a sort of different kind

  • of boating instructor. And you could spot

  • a young Bubble Bass and Kevin C. Cucumber

  • while Squidward pitches his tent.

  • Finally, we reach the title screen,

  • which has a few references of its own,

  • like these pineapple carvings that frame the camp itself.

  • Maybe these pineapples from his childhood

  • are what inspired SpongeBob

  • to live in a pineapple later in life.

  • Then we see what looks like a camp version

  • of the Nautical flags that'll one day hang

  • outside the Krusty Krab and in Mr Krabs' office.

  • And, of course, we hear that iconic tune

  • from the original SpongeBob opening.

  • [whistling]

  • While in the original that tune was more flute-like

  • because of how SpongeBob played his nose like a flute.

  • [whistling]

  • This time around, it sounds like multiple people whistling.

  • [whistling]

  • Like a group of campers

  • whistling a tune during activities.

  • Next, we get our first heroic look

  • at a young SpongeBob.

  • While he doesn't look too different from before,

  • we see that instead of his iconic red tie,

  • he has a similar red neckerchief,

  • and he sports a ball cap instead of his Krusty Krab hat.

  • He's also wearing this silver watch

  • with no numbers or hands on it.

  • Not sure what that's about, but maybe we'll find out

  • in a future episode. Moving on,

  • we get a glimpse inside SpongeBob's bunk.

  • He's got a mini version

  • of his famously disruptive foghorn alarm clock...

  • ...a poster of his idol, Mermaid Man on the wall...

  • By the power of Neptune--

  • ...and a couple of cans

  • of Squidward's favorite canned bread.

  • Maybe he's stocking up because he knows canned bread

  • will apparently be hard to come by in the future.

  • I bet they won't have... [gasping]

  • wow, they have it! Canned bread!

  • Camera then pulls out, revealing even more pineapples.

  • And this jar of what looks like it could be mayonnaise,

  • probably used by Patrick as a musical instrument.

  • Is mayonnaise an instrument?

  • No, Patrick, mayonnaise is not an instrument.

  • Patrick.

  • And Patrick sleeps on the underside

  • of his bed here, the same way he'll eventually sleep

  • on the underside of his rock in the future,

  • except for the times when he just doesn't.

  • After we're introduced to young versions of Sandy,

  • Squidward, Mr. Krabs and little baby, Pearl,

  • we find Larry training some eager young campers.

  • And among them, you'll find the famous Craig Mammalton.

  • Craig Mammalton?

  • The tannest man on TV.

  • [chuckling] None other.

  • Already looking tan as ever.

  • Next, we see SpongeBob absorb all the water in the shower

  • until it shoots out of all his pores.

  • If that imagery looks familiar, it's because it's the same thing

  • we see in the opening of every episode

  • of the original show.

  • Okay, then we're introduced to Plankton, and we see

  • that he has this towel with the same color and pattern

  • as one of his relatives

  • from the episode "Plankton's Army".

  • Maybe, it's a Plankton thing.

  • Are we overthinking it? Okay, fine. Probably.

  • But it's still cool.

  • Next, SpongeBob and Patrick already annoy Squidward

  • during jellyfishing lessons.

  • [mumbling]

  • Could explain why Squidward hates

  • jellyfishing so much, as an adult.

  • Good morning, Squidward! Wanna go jellyfishing?!

  • [squeaking]

  • And the way Squidward licks his lips

  • before blowing his whistle...

  • [mumbling]

  • ...is probably why SpongeBob would one day think

  • that's what he's supposed to do

  • before playing Squidward's clarinet.

  • [slurping]

  • [slurping]

  • Gross. And, of course, shenanigans follow.

  • And we find out that Perch Perkins is here,

  • as well, still delivering the news...

  • As rookie SquarePants attempts to net

  • his first ever jellyfish.

  • ...sort of.

  • Mrs. Puff is seen supervising a child who is clearly painting

  • a picture of Gary, the Snail.

  • And Plankton references his college fund.

  • Hey, that's my college fund.

  • Which, despite how empty this jar is now,

  • will apparently pay off because, as future Plankton

  • never lets us forget...

  • I went to college!

  • So, kind of discouraged by his lack

  • of jellyfishing skills,

  • SpongeBob looks to Squidward for advice.

  • But really only ends up interrupting

  • his lawn chair relaxation time.

  • [grunting]

  • SpongeBob. That figures.

  • A bit of foreshadowing to how often that'll happen

  • when they become next door neighbors

  • - in the future. - Fun, fun.

  • And, of course, Squidward's not very helpful

  • anyways. So, Patrick suggests...

  • How 'bout we bulldoze the camp,

  • stomp on it, chop it to pieces, and eat it?

  • I think it's kind of funny that Patrick thinks

  • removing the camp all together will solve the problem.

  • Since we know one day, he'll have a similar idea

  • with the entire town of Bikini Bottom.

  • We should take Bikini Bottom and push it somewhere else.

  • Okay, maybe I'm overthinking that one, too. Maybe.

  • So, instead of destroying and eating the camp,

  • they come up with a plan to dress Squidward up

  • as a fake jellyfish to encourage SpongeBob.

  • And of course, it goes terribly wrong.

  • Patrick and Sandy have got to stop

  • dressing people up as animals,

  • it always results in that person getting attacked

  • by some sort of angry creature.

  • Luckily, SpongeBob's able to use

  • bubble blowing to save the day.

  • [groaning]

  • [screaming]

  • [roaring]

  • A technique he must remember in the future because he uses it

  • when he runs into danger while jellyfishing.

  • [gasping] Mmm mmm mmm.

  • Yummy.

  • [chattering]

  • And I got to point out that when a bunch of campers

  • get bubble soap in their eyes, one of them yells,

  • My eye!

  • I think that's got to be a subtle nod to Fred,

  • the fish who's always yelling...

  • My leg!

  • And no, I'm not overthinking that one.

  • Just, just let me have this.

  • So, the events earn SpongeBob his hilariously specific,

  • Saving a Counselor from a Monster Badge,

  • which depicts Mr. Krabs, himself being saved from a monster.

  • And prompts Sandy to ask the question

  • we're all asking...

  • Why is there a Saving a Counselor

  • from a Monster Badge?

  • Like, how often does that happen here?

  • Great question, Sandy.

  • Maybe we'll find out exactly how often that happens

  • in the upcoming Kamp Koral episodes.

  • But regardless, along the way will be right there with ya

  • to keep diving deep and finding all those Easter eggs,

  • hidden jokes and references to classic episodes

  • that you might have missed. Until next time campers.

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