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Sing a Song of Patrick

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"Sing a Song of Patrick"
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Season number: 5
Production code: 89b
First airing: USA February 19, 2007
Sister episode(s): The Krusty Sponge
Writer(s): Luke Brookshier
Tom King
Steven Banks
Creative director: Vincent Waller
Storyboard director: Luke Brookshier
Tom King
Animation director: Alan Smart
Supervising producer: Paul Tibbitt

“I want to send in a poem, and everyone would love it, and I would be a star!”

"Sing a Song of Patrick" is the second segment of the ninth episode of season 5, and it is paired with "The Krusty Sponge." In this episode, Patrick writes a poem which he sends to Bigshot Records for them to turn it into a song.



Patrick as well as SpongeBob are at the comic book store, when he sees an ad for a mail-in offer to turn a poem into a song for $100. He takes SpongeBob's comic book money in order to pay the price and then goes to his house to work on his poem.

Patrick is worried about making the poem being when he was a kid, he got pelted with dodgeballs for writing a poem because they were playing dodgeball, and worries SpongeBob might hit him with one if his poem is bad. He says he doesn't have one, so Patrick uses his full brain power to make a poem and sends it to Bigshot Records. A band plays and records it, killing them in the process.

Back at SpongeBob's house, he and Patrick listen to the song, called I Wrote This. They both love it, so they go to K-BLUB to get it on radio, but get kicked out quickly afterward. They get the idea to climb up the antenna and play the song up there. Once they start playing the music, it is so bad it starts wreaking havoc on the citizens of Bikini Bottom.

The citizens realize where the song is coming from and form an angry mob and riot over there. SpongeBob thinks they are Patrick's fans and tells everyone he was the one responsible for the song on the radio. They start getting chased, until the two sing another short song, distracting the angry mob until Patrick once again sings his original song, causing him to get pelted with dodgeballs.