Christmas Who? (SpongeBob SquarePants)

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Christmas Who?
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It’s The Very 1st Christmas!
Series: SpongeBob SquarePants
Part of Season: 2
Episode Number: 28
Air Date: (United States) December 6, 2000
(Canada) December 19, 2001
Writer: Walt Dohrn
Paul Tibbitt
Doug Lawrence
Director: Chris Headrick
Erik Wiese
Previous episode: Life of Crime
Next episode: Survival of the Idiots

Christmas Who? is the twenty-eight episode of the second season of the Nickelodeon animated series, SpongeBob SquarePants.


Nobody in Bikini Bottom has ever heard of Christmas or Santa Clause until Sandy lets them in on this surface tradition. SpongeBob wants to bring Christmas to Bikini Bottom this year and his enthusiasm is infectious.

Why It Rocks

  1. This is one of the very few episodes where Squidward’s at his best because he manages to dress up like Santa Claus and save Christmas in Bikini Bottom.
  2. An interesting plot as Spongebob and the rest of Bikini Bottom happily discover the holiday of Christmas.
  3. The song, The Very First Christmas, is unforgettable and incredibly catchy.
  4. Many unforgettable moments, like when Squidward sells literally everything he owns to save Christmas or when Spongebob is sending everyone’s letters to Santa.
  5. Decent plot and character development, especially with Squidward.
  6. There can be some funny lines of dialogue, such as Patrick’s “Just like a genie!” line.
  7. Serves as the Introduction to President of the Spongebob Fanclub. Patchy the Pirate. and his parrot Potty.

Bad Qualities

  1. Squidward was unlikable in the beginning of the episode, even in the scene where he makes fun of SpongeBob after Santa never came.
  2. The scene where everyone never met Santa Claus and get angry at SpongeBob (because they ended up staying awake all night waiting for Santa) was pretty mean.




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i can add th episode green chirstmas of big city greens in holidays episodes

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