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Choir Boys

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"Choir Boys"
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Season number: 6
Production code: 112b
First airing: USA March 20, 2009
Sister episode(s): Porous Pockets
Writer(s): Aaron Springer
Richard Pursel
Creative director: Vincent Waller
Storyboard director: Aaron Springer
Animation director: Andrew Overtoom
Supervising producer: Paul Tibbitt

“I am anxious to look good and make a strong first impression, and share to my singing skills with the famed Bikini Bottom Men's Chorus.”

"Choir Boys" is the second segment of the twelfth episode of season 6, and it is paired with "Porous Pockets." In this episode, SpongeBob follows Squidward while he's going to the Bikini Bottom Men's Choir to try to show him his song.



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The episode begins with Squidward getting ready for an audition at the Bikini Bottom Men's Choir. When he goes out of his house, he stumbles upon SpongeBob, bored and on the ground as Patrick has gone away for a family reunion. He asks Squidward where he is going, and after awhile of asking, he finally says he's going to the Men's Choir.

Squidward rides his bike away, but SpongeBob follows him as he wants to show him his song. When he doesn't want to listen, SpongeBob digs a pothole, causing Squidward to fall off his bike and land at Jellyfish Fields. He gets trapped in jellyfish while SpongeBob takes advantage of him being captive and sings his song.

When Squidward gets back to his bike with many jellyfish stings on him, he takes a shortcut through the kelp. However, he is stopped by SpongeBob, who is disguised as a singing traffic cop. He tries to sing his song, but Squidward finds out he's in disguise and ties him to a piece of coral.

Squidward finally reaches the choir, but when he sings with the choir, he clears his throat for a long period of time and sounds terrible when he finally sings. Soon after, SpongeBob comes inside the building while being carried by jellyfish and singing his song. After he finishes, everyone but Squidward applauds him. He is let into the choir, and makes Squidward his page turner during concerts.